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Gang Writer for Holtek 8-bit MCU Gang-Writer8-8

US$ 175.90
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Gang writer, also known as gang programmer, can program multiple devices at one time. It is generally used for high volume production programming.

The Gang-Writer8-8 supports all Holtek 8-bit flash MCUs and programs eight HT8 flash MCUs at one time, expandable to 16 devices. Each Gang-Writer8-8 comes with 3 boards, one base board G-ICPB00040 and two programming module G-ICPM08040. Each programming module is capable of programming 4 channels in parallel. The base board can connect up to 4 programming modules to support 16 channels programming (need to purchase extra 2 programming module G-ICPM08040).

The Gang-Writer8-8 has the following features:

  1. Parallel Program 8 devices at one time, expandable to 16 channels
  2. Support both PC based (online) and stand-alone (offline) configurations
  3. ICP (In-Circuit Programming)
  4. Used with Holtek HOPE3000 software (V3.26 and above)
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  1. Support Holtek 8-bit Flash MCU programming
  2. Work with the HOPE3000 software
  3. Program codes are downloaded to the programing module. Support offline programming.
  4. Online one-click quick update the programming module firmware
  5. Compact size
  6. 8 sites parallel programming, can configure to become 2/4/6/8 sites
  7. Expandable to 12 or 16 sites parallel programming
  8. Programming status LED indication

Product Information

  1. Dimension: 136 x 75 x 23 (mm)
  2. Weight: 101.3g (programmer), 362g (including all accessories)
  3. Packing List:
  • Gang-Writer8-8 x 1
  • USB cable x 1
  • 5V USB-Connector Power Adapter x 1
  • 20PIN (5PIN × 4 ICP) PHB Connector x 2
  • Important Information x 1

Q & A

1. Is there a limit to the location of the programming module G-ICPM08040 connected to the base board G-ICPB00040?
There is no limit, there are 4 SLOT areas (SLOT1 – SLOT4) on the base board, and the programming module can be connected to any SLOT area. A single base board can connect up to four programming modules, that is, each of the SLOT area is loaded with a programming module.

2. There are two START button areas on the base board. Are the functions the same?
The two START button areas have the same function; this design is convenient for the operator to press the button from different directions.

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