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Wednesday, March 18th 2015, 10:49am

You can download the Zip-file containing the Gerber files on post #1. Afterward you can upload this file on OSHPark to order three (or multiples of three) PCBs of the design for $9.90 each three. :bye:

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Wednesday, March 18th 2015, 7:04pm

Thank you for the fast response.
I appreciate that!

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Sunday, March 29th 2015, 10:50pm

kann man den adapter auch an einem willem nutzen?

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Tuesday, March 31st 2015, 10:12am

Nee, für Willem gibt es einen eigenen Adapter. Ich hab die ganze Platine nur entwickelt weil ich mir zuerst einen Willem Adapter gebaut hatte und dann gemerkt hab das der am TL nicht funktioniert.
Zumindest damals hatten die Willems nur 32PIN Sockel. Die Adressleitungen 19-21 mussten extra verkabelt werden. Der TL-Adapter ist für 36/40PiN ausgelegt. :) Wenn die Willems inzwischen größere Sockel haben, dürfte er aber funktionieren. Das PIN-Layout ist ja schließlich ein Standard.




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Tuesday, March 31st 2015, 12:56pm

danke, den hatte ich schon gefunden.

hast du zufällig noch den, den du für willem gebaut hast?

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Tuesday, March 31st 2015, 10:32pm

Müsste noch 2 Adapterplatinen haben, ja :-)
Also für Willem.

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Sunday, April 12th 2015, 7:28pm

Hallo zusammen,

ich hab hier im Markplatz von Chiller3k die AM29F032B - 90EC auf DIP36 Adapter gekauft.
Jetzt hab ich nur ein kleines Problem...
Da die 032B Variante nicht im Programm meines TL866 nicht nethalten ist lass ich das Check Device Häkchen weg.
Schreiben tut alles nur bekomme ich auf dem SNES Grafikfehler oder es funktioniert nach dem Starbildschirm nix mehr.
Hab nun mehrere getestet auch mit anderen ROMs, leider immer das selbe.
Hat jemand ne Idee woran es liegt?

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Sunday, April 12th 2015, 7:56pm

Also,

Wähle erstmal 29F032 aus. Dann schreib die ROM. Probiere dann nochmal aus.

Wenn das Game angeht und du was siehst, liegt es an sich nicht am Speicher. Höchtens am SNES oder Modul selbst.

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Sunday, April 12th 2015, 7:58pm

Das ist es ja. In der Liste hat es keine 29f032. Deshalb mach ich ja Check Device aus wie ich es auch schon beim Beschreiben der 29f016a gemacht habe. SNES und Modul gehen.

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Hab mir nochmal das Tutorial hier im Forum durchgelesen und Redscorpion du hattest recht. Ich hatte vergessen den 29f033 auszuwählen. Danke für deine Hilfe :)

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Monday, April 13th 2015, 2:15am

Wähle den 29f033c und mach den Haken bei "check device id" unten links raus... ;-)
Und bei den Chips > 16MBit den Reset Pin verbinden...




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Wenn ich mir die Bilder von Chiller ansehe... Bei R2 die Verbindung schließen... R1 muss zum Proggen geöffnet werden und der Reset Pin mit dem markierten PAD verbunden werden. Danach wieder R1 verbinden.
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Monday, April 13th 2015, 8:08pm

Bei mir klappt es nun ohne R1 auflöten und mit Reset Kabel gibt es nen Fehler.
Aber wie gesagt funktioniert so nun auch. Danke euch für die Hile.

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Thursday, June 4th 2015, 12:12pm

New to Repro need an adapter for my TLC866CSHello there!

Im going to buy an Mini Pro USB TL866CS programmer, and i want to be able to program snes eproms like

29F032 EEproms.
Ca i buid and adapter for his purpose? I need help with the parts that i need to order.
Thanks

If i want to burn Megadrive eeproms like

27c400 - 512KBs (4Mbits)
27c800 - 1MBs (8Mbits)
27c160 - 2MBs (16Mbits)
27c322 - 4MBs (32Mbits)

What kind of adapter shall i use?

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Thursday, June 4th 2015, 10:25pm

Where can i buy this TSOP-to-TL866 Adapter ?

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Monday, June 8th 2015, 12:14am

Anyone?

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Monday, June 8th 2015, 3:09am

Where can i buy this TSOP-to-TL866 Adapter ?


Hi,

sorry for the late answer. I was on camping for the last days. I'm offering the blueprint of the adapters pcb here. you can download it and get it produced where ever you like.
There are many production services all over the net. I would recommend oshpark.com . I never got any problems with them and their quality is outstanding. In addition you will need some pin headers,
a zif socket and a wire to assemble the adapter. :-)

27c400, 27c800, 27c160, 27c322 aren't supported by the Tl866(CS).

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Monday, June 8th 2015, 8:16pm

http://pcbshopper.com/ vergleicht bekannte chinesiche platinen hersteller

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Hi,

sorry for the late answer. I was on camping for the last days. I'm offering the blueprint of the adapters pcb here. you can download it and get it produced where ever you like.
There are many production services all over the net. I would recommend oshpark.com . I never got any problems with them and their quality is outstanding. In addition you will need some pin headers,
a zif socket and a wire to assemble the adapter. :-)

27c400, 27c800, 27c160, 27c322 aren't supported by the Tl866(CS).

Thanks so much! How much does that cost to make it?

Is there any other eeproms i can use for Megadrive Games?

does 29L3211 supports by TL866(CS) I need it for Super Mario RPG?

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Monday, June 8th 2015, 11:18pm




Thanks so much! How much does that cost to make it?

Is there any other eeproms i can use for Megadrive Games?

does 29L3211 supports by TL866(CS) I need it for Super Mario RPG?

Thanks



You can get a zif socket for about 2Eur. http://www.ebay.de/itm/1Stk-40Pin-Multi-…=item19f87f52d5
Some Pin Headers for about the same... http://www.ebay.de/itm/10Stk-PCB-Single-…=item19f8452002
Production of the PCB can vary... 3 PCBs from Oshpark.com will cost you about 10Euro. 10 PCBs from makerstudio.cc will cost you the same... You always have to order more than one of those PCBs.

So in total it will cost you about 15Eur.

The 29L3211 or 27c322 for Super Mario RPG, Kirby's Dreamland 3 or Star Ocean aren't supportet by the TL866. But you won't need that chips very often so i might know an alternative.
buyicnow.com is offering an programming service. At the moment a programmed 29l3211 would cost you $3,50. I think it's realy cheap and you might order your DIP-to-TSOP adapers there anyways... ;)

http://www.buyicnow.com/it.php?i=396 Dip-to-TSOP (III)
http://www.buyicnow.com/it.php?i=74 27c322
http://www.buyicnow.com/it.php?i=193 29l3211

you might get your programmed Megadrive chips there too...

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Monday, June 8th 2015, 11:24pm


You can get a zif socket for about 2Eur. http://www.ebay.de/itm/1Stk-40Pin-Multi-…=item19f87f52d5
Some Pin Headers for about the same... http://www.ebay.de/itm/10Stk-PCB-Single-…=item19f8452002
Production of the PCB canvary... 3 PCBs from Oshpark.com will cost you about 10Euro. 10 PCBs from makerstudio.cc will cost you the same... You always have to order more than one of those PCBs.

So in total it will cost you about 15Eur.

The 29L3211 or 27c322 for Super Mario RPG, Kirby's Dreamland 3 or Star Ocean aren't supportet by the TL866. But you won't need that chips very often so i might know an alternative.
buyicnow.com is offering an programming service. At the moment a programmed 29l3211 would cost you $3,50. I thinkit's realy cheap and you might order your DIP-to-TSOP adapers there anyways...

http://www.buyicnow.com/it.php?i=396 Dip-to-TSOP (III)
http://www.buyicnow.com/it.php?i=74 27c322
http://www.buyicnow.com/it.php?i=193 29l3211

Thankyou fo all the help:) :) :) :) :) :) :) :)



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You're welcome! :)

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