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51 MCU programmer AT89C2051 S52 c52 AT24 93 programmer

  • Feature:51/AVR /STC Microcontroller Programmer AT89C2051 S52 c52 Writer AT24 93 Writer
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Add STC ISP download function, add TTL interface on the board, you can download STC microcontroller (5V version) online.
Please note: Not all models and brands of MCU/IC can program. Please see the list of supported models below.
The STC MCU can’t directly program on the programmer. It can only download from the target board through the DuPont line. Buyers must bring their target board (at least a small system), DuPont line, and the expansion pin on the target board.

  1. Support USB1.1 or USB2.0 communication;
  2. Support WIN98, WINME, WIN2000, WINXP, VISTA, WIN7 and other operating systems;
  3. Support 336 types of single-chip microcomputer and EEPROM programming;
  4. Powered by the USB port, data power fix in one line, which is convenient for laptop users;
  5. The ISP interface uses the standard IDC10PIN interface;
  6. The finished product packaging is sealed with an electrostatic bag to ensure that the quality of the board is not damaged before its uses;
    7.SP200SE programmer, using SP200SE software interface

Use a USB cable to connect to the computer, power supply, burn a line to get
Instructions for use and burning software
Supported model list:
Programmer model
SP200SE (enhanced version)
Number of manufacturers
Number of devices
Description: SP200SE programmer (enhanced version) has ISP download function, the suffix contains “@ISP” to indicate the device model supported by ISP mode.
To download the chip package, please use the corresponding adapter DIP conversion mount to the programmer’s lock seat to download

AT89LS51 AT89LS51@PLCC44 AT89LS51@TQFP44 AT89LS52
AT89LS52@PLCC44 AT89LS52@TQFP44 AT89LS53 AT89LS53@PLCC44
AT89LS53@TQFP44 AT89LS8252 AT89LS8252@PLCC44 AT89C51
AT89C51@PLCC44 AT89C51@TQFP44 AT89C52 AT89C52@PLCC44
AT89C52@TQFP44 AT89C51-5 AT89C51-5@PLCC44 AT89C51-5@TQFP44
AT89C52-5 AT89C52-5@PLCC44 AT89C52-5@TQFP44 AT89S52
AT89S52@PLCC44 AT89S52@TQFP44 AT89S53 AT89S53@PLCC44
AT89S8252 AT89S8252@PLCC44 AT89C1051 AT89C1051@SOIC20
AT89C1051U AT89C1051U@SOIC20 AT89C2051 AT89C2051@SOIC20
AT89C4051 AT89C4051@SOIC20 ATmega8515@ISP ATmega8515L@ISP
ATmega88@ISP ATmega48@ISP ATmega168@ISP ATmega16@ISP
ATmega16L@ISP ATmega8@ISP ATmega8L@ISP ATmega8535@ISP
ATmega8535L@ISP ATtiny2313@ISP ATtiny2313V@ISP ATtiny26@ISP
ATtiny26L@ISP AT89S51 AT89S51@PLCC44 AT89S51@TQFP44

AT93C46 AT93C46@SOIC8 AT93C57 AT93C57@SOIC8
AT93C56 AT93C56@SOIC8 AT93C66 AT93C66@SOIC8
AT24C01 AT24C01@SOIC8 AT24C02 AT24C02@SOIC8
AT24C04 AT24C04@SOIC8 AT24C08 AT24C08@SOIC8
AT24C16 AT24C16@SOIC8 AT24C164 AT24C164@SOIC8
AT24C32 AT24C32@SOIC8 AT24C64 AT24C64@SOIC8
AT24C128 AT24C128@SOIC8 AT24C256 AT24C256@SOIC8

93AA46 93AA46@SOIC8 93AA56 93AA56@SOIC8
93AA66 93AA66@SOIC8 93AA46A 93AA46A@SOIC8
93AA46B 93AA46B@SOIC8 93AA46C 93AA46C@SOIC8
93LC46A 93LC46A@SOIC8 93LC46B 93LC46B@SOIC8
93LC46C 93LC46C@SOIC8 93C46A 93C46A@SOIC8
93C46B 93C46B@SOIC8 93C46C 93C46C@SOIC8
93AA56A 93AA56A@SOIC8 93AA56B 93AA56B@SOIC8
93AA56C 93AA56C@SOIC8 93LC56A 93LC56A@SOIC8
93LC56B 93LC56B@SOIC8 93LC56C 93LC56C@SOIC8
93C56A 93C56A@SOIC8 93C56B 93C56B@SOIC8
93C56C 93C56C@SOIC8 93AA66A 93AA66A@SOIC8
93AA66B 93AA66B@SOIC8 93AA66C 93AA66C@SOIC8
93LC66A 93LC66A@SOIC8 93LC66B 93LC66B@SOIC8
93LC66C 93LC66C@SOIC8 93C66A 93C66A@SOIC8
93C66B 93C66B@SOIC8 93C66C 93C66C@SOIC8
93AA76 93AA76@SOIC8 93AA86 93AA86@SOIC8
93C76 93C76@SOIC8 93C86 93C86@SOIC8
93LC76 93LC76@SOIC8 93LC46 93LC46@SOIC8
93LC56 93LC56@SOIC8 93LC66 93LC66@SOIC8
24AA00 24AA00@SOIC8 24LC00 24LC00@SOIC8
24C00 24C00@SOIC8 24AA01 24AA01@SOIC8
24LC01B 24LC01B@SOIC8 24AA014 24AA014@SOIC8
24C01B 24C01B@SOIC8 24C01C 24C01C@SOIC8
24AA02 24AA02@SOIC8 24LC02B 24LC02B@SOIC8
24AA024 24AA024@SOIC8 24AA025 24AA025@SOIC8
24C02B 24C02B@SOIC8 24C02C 24C02C@SOIC8
24C04A 24C04A@SOIC8 24AA04 24AA04@SOIC8
24LC04B 24LC04B@SOIC8 24AA08 24AA08@SOIC8
24C08B 24C08B@SOIC8 24AA08B 24AA08B@SOIC8
24LC08B 24LC08B@SOIC8 24C16B 24C16B@SOIC8
24AA16 24AA16@SOIC8 24AA164 24AA164@SOIC8
24AA174 24AA174@SOIC8 24LC164 24LC164@SOIC8
24LC174 24LC174@SOIC8 24LC16B 24LC16B@SOIC8
24C32 24C32@SOIC8 24AA32 24AA32@SOIC8
24AA32A 24AA32A@SOIC8 24LC32 24LC32@SOIC8
24LC32A 24LC32A@SOIC8 24C32A 24C32A@SOIC8
24AA64 24AA64@SOIC8 24LC64 24LC64@SOIC8
24FC32 24FC32@SOIC8 24FC65 24FC65@SOIC8
24AA128 24AA128@SOIC8 24LC128 24LC128@SOIC8
24FC128 24FC128@SOIC8 24AA256 24AA256@SOIC8
24LC256 24LC256@SOIC8 24FC256 24FC256@SOIC8

SST89C54 SST89C54@PLCC44 SST89C54@TQFP44 SST89C58
SST89C58@PLCC44 SST89C58@TQFP44 SST89C59 SST89C59@PLCC44

ST [Serial EEPROM]
M93C46 M93C46@SOIC8 M93C56 M93C56@SOIC8
M93C66 M93C66@SOIC8 M93C76 M93C76@SOIC8

W78E51 W78E51@PLCC44 W78E51@TQFP44 W78E52
W78E52@PLCC44 W78E52@TQFP44 W78E54 W78E54@PLCC44
W78E54@TQFP44 W78E58 W78E58@PLCC44 W78E58@TQFP44
W78E51B W78E51B@PLCC44 W78E51B@TQFP44 W78E52B
W78E52B@PLCC44 W78E52B@TQFP44 W78E54B W78E54B@PLCC44
W78E54B@TQFP44 W78IE51 W78IE51@PLCC44 W78IE51@TQFP44
W78IE52 W78IE52@PLCC44 W78IE52@TQFP44 W78IE54
W78IE54@PLCC44 W78IE54@TQFP44 W78LE51 W78LE51@PLCC44
W78LE51@TQFP44 W78LE52 W78LE52@PLCC44 W78LE52@TQFP44
W78LE54 W78LE54@PLCC44 W78LE54@TQFP44 W78LE54C
Description: SP200SE programmer (enhanced version) has ISP download function, the suffix contains “@ISP” to indicate the device model supported by ISP mode.
To download the chip package, please use the corresponding adapter DIP conversion mount to the programmer’s lock seat to download
First, install the USB driver
The programmer uses the CH340 as the driver chip. First, install the driver (left). The XP and WIN7 systems are slightly different. For detailed installation instructions, please refer to the information provided.

After the driver installation is completed, connect the USB cable and the programmer, and there will be one more COM port in the device manager (below right). If the COM port number is greater than 8 (such as COM15), you need to change it to COM8 (such as COM3).
Second, install the burning software.
Just click on the installation.
Third, start the program
Connect the programmer, put the chip that needs to program, and open the software burning program (code) into the chip.
The supporting programming software interface is as follows.
The software operation process is convenient and straightforward (to burn AT89C52 as an example):

  1. Select the chip model; 2. Open the program code (HEX or BIN file); 3. Click Auto.
    The software interface shows the burning process.
    Fourth, the burning placement of various types of chips is listed:
    Note: All IC and adapters shown in the image below need to be purchased separately!
    8-pin DIP in-line chip such as AT24C02 and AT93C46
    The chip is placed on the programmer’s holder and burned using the accompanying software.
    AT24C02, AT93C46 and other 8-pin SOP chip
    The chip is placed on the programmer’s holder through the SOP8 adapter and burned using the accompanying software.
    The ISP interface is defined as follows.
Scan the qr codeClose
the qr code