I used K8048 for a number of projects until now, with great success.
I wonder if there’s was a way to use K8048 (and eventually, some piece of software) through its ICSP connector to program I²C EEPROMs such as Microchip’s 24AA1025 ?
Thanks to all for your ideas and suggestions.
Does not seem to inspire you, huh ??
If this can help, the …AA… series from Microchip is an extension to their LC series, with the sole difference that it works with a supply as low as 1.7 V (against 2.5 V for LC).
So, I can reformulate my question to program a LC series EEPROM, 'cause I think this parameter of power supply could not interfere during programming.
In July/August 2002 edition of Elektor (at least in the french edition), there was a project using a basic 16F84 programmer and extend it to program a series EEPROM. But this came with a free piece of software which seems to be unavailable now.
And all the software I found on the internet does not support 1 Mbit EEPROM’s (24AA1025 is 1 Mbit or 128kBytes)…
And unfortunately, I do not find anything on Microchip’s site either…
So, maybe you guys could help…