The USB Chip Programmer is a flexible and simple to use programming device supporting a broad range of chips, including Eproms, EEproms, Flash and other storage chips. With a height of only 2.5cm, the enclosure is very practical and is noted for the design and anodized die-cast aluminum construction. These programming devices are your first choice even in a harsh usage environment.
The exceptional flexibility is attained by providing all power requirements via the USB port. A power adapter or batteries are not required, since all programming voltages between 3 and 25 volts are provided internally by a voltage generator from the USB supply voltage.
All supported chips can be programmed directly in DIP/DIL packages and suitable adapters are available for specialized packages such as PLCC, SOP, TSOP and QFP.
|Special Features||USB Chip Programmer|
|Multi Programmer Control|
|Automatic Programming Start|
|Chip Support||USB Chip Programmer|
|27' NMOS ab 2732|
|27C, 27E, 27SF, 28, 28C, 28HC, 28F, 28SF, 29C, 48', 87', ...|
|29LV, 29W, ...|
|39', 49', LPC, FWH|
|24', 25', 93', 95' serial EEproms||not supported|
|16 Bit Chips|
|Chip updates on customer request||Please have a look at the new BX programmers if you need support for further chips.|
Supported chip variants
Last Update (day.month.year)
|Complete chip support list als PDF-Datei|
The operating software, all updates and further versions are freeware and the current version can be downloaded from www.Batronix.com at any time and used without an activation key. Hence the devices are still current even after several years. Support for further chips is added quickly and free of charge based on customer requests, as long as these chips can be supported by the hardware.
You will find the complete description at the Prog-Express page.
We would like to show you in a video presentation how easy it is to use the Prog-Express software and the Batronix USB programming devices. Within 5 minutes you will learn how to program a chip with the data from a file, copy an existing chip, read a chip and program 20 chips in a volume production.
|Hardware Details||USB Chip Programmer|
|Interface||USB 2.0 / 1.1 compatible (full speed)|
|Socket||40 Pin "High Quality" lever socket from Aries|
|Pin driver||Optimized for memory chips|
|Low voltage support||down to 3 V|
16.5 × 8.5 × 2.5 cm
(6.5" × 3.3" × 1")
|Weight without accessories / packaging||263 g (0.58 lb)|
|Weight with accessories / packaging||457 g (1.01 lbs)|
|Software Details||USB Chip Programmer|
|File formats||Binary, Intel-Hex, Motorola S-Records, Straight-Hex, Tektronix, Extended Tektronix, Jedec|
|File format auto detection|
|Offset||Data and chip offsets|
|Splitting||Complete 16 and 32 Bit splitting functions|
|Serial number generator||Very comfortable serial number generator with support for external serial number files.|
|Checksum calculation||Checksum, MD5, SHA-1, EPT1 CRC16 and CRC32|
|Hex-Editor||Very comfortable and feature rich|
|Software remote control||Prog-Express can be remote controlled by other software with command line parameters and script files|
|Software updates||free via download|
|Supported operation systems||Windows 7 (32Bit), Vista(32Bit), XP(32Bit), 2003, 2000, ME, 98SE|
|Languages||Arabic, Bulgarian, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional (software only), Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Polish (software only), Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish|
Release Date: 27.12.2018
O/S: Windows 10 (64/32 Bit), 8.1 (64/32 Bit), 8 (64/32 Bit), 7 (64/32 Bit), Vista (64/32 Bit), XP (64/32 Bit), OS X 10.10 Yosemite, 10.9 Mavericks, 10.8 Mountain Lion, Linux Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, Ubuntu 14.04, Ubuntu 12.04, openSuse, Fedora, Gentoo, Arch Linux
Release Date: 27.12.2018
O/S: Windows 10 (64/32 Bit), 8.1 (64/32 Bit), 8 (64/32 Bit), 7 (64/32 Bit), Vista (64/32 Bit), XP (64/32 Bit), 2000 (32 Bit), Linux Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, Ubuntu 17.10, Ubuntu 17.04, Ubuntu 16.10, Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, Ubuntu 14.04, Ubuntu 12.04, openSuse, Fedora, Gentoo, Arch Linux