Because of the successor products Prog-Studio 9 and Prog-Express, the only practical usage of Prog-Studio 6 is to control obsolete pre-USB programming devices like the EPROM Programmer 4.
Beside basic functions as reading, programming, comparing, copying and erasing chips in the Batronix programming devices,Prog-Studio 6 offers numerous other functions. The Hex/ASCII editor gives you many options for working with the component contents and the MC editor integrates a comprehensive compiler/assembler/debugger for developers of microcontroller applications.
|Software Details||Prog-Studio 6|
|File formats||Supports all usual file formats like binary, intel hex and motorola hex|
|Offset||Data and chip offsets|
|Splitting||Complete 16 and 32 Bit splitting functions|
|Hex-Editor||Very comfortable and feature rich|
|Software updates||None (discontinued since July 2006). Pleae take a look at the successor projects Prog-Studio 9 (for µC Development) and Prog-Express (as control software for Batronix Programming devices)|
|Supported operation systems|| |
Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, XP, 2003
Windows 7 and Windows Vista won't be supported!
Prog-Studio Version 6.0.9 (19. July 2006)
OS: Windows XP, 2000, ME, 98SE Note: Windows 7 and Vista are not supported!
File size: around 6.5 MiB
There are two handbooks for the Prog-Studio 6 software available. The first part explains the general usage of the software, the hex-editor mode and the programming of chips. The second part explains the assembler/compiler for developing of microcontroller applications. Since the majority of users will only need the first part, we have split the handbook into two parts.