Re: WTD: Data I/O 29B

From: John Robertson <>
Date: Fri Jan 16 2004 - 13:07:50 EST

The Unipak is the way to go...LogicPak is good only for the PAL programming
(AIR), but the base would be a good spare ...$1 is an attractive price... I
might bid at least that amount ;-)

Schematics/Operators manuals are available in PDF. check the directory and download the
dataio-pdfs-...file it contains a compendium of Data I/O stuff.

John :-#)#

At 08:03 PM 15/01/2004, Franklin Bowen wrote:
>I need to burn some EPROMs so I thought I would pick up a Data I/O 29B
>since they seem to be highly regarded and reasonably priced. Anyone
>selling one for cheap? :-)
>I see a couple on E-bay (see links below) but one has a Logic Pak. What
>is the Logic Pak? I assume I need one with a Unipak 2B, right?
>Also, are the manuals available on-line?
> (with Unipak 2B)
> (with Logic Pak)
>Franklin Bowen (

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Received on Fri Jan 16 13:18:31 2004

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