It will not program any of the PROMs that we typically use and reports the error message "Programming adapter test - error!"
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L0699: Reading device: Adesto Techn. AT45DB041E [SOIC8-150].
L0700: Programming adapter test ...
L0701: Searching for programming adapter DIL8W/SOIC8 ZIF 150mil SFlash-2 (ord.no. 70-1269).
L0702: A contact problem occurred or bad programming adapter is used -EC:20000300
L0703: Programming adapter test - error!
L0704: Elapsed time: 0:00:00.4
L0705: Data checksum of selected buffers: 0837FFC0h - Byte sum (x8), Straight
L0706: Statistics info: Success:0 Failure:0 Other failure:4 Total:4
I also created a problem report ZIP file which I can PM to you if you like.
We have tried several troubleshooting measures including:
- Ran programmer self diagnostic test with diagnostic pod (all passed)
- Tried disabling device insertion test (no change in error)
- Tested with software version included in box (3.38) and with newer version 3.41 (no change in error)
We tested the same chips on 2 different programmers - we tested with this new 48Pro2 and with an older 48Pro+. All 3 chips that we tested worked in the 48Pro+ but the 48Pro2 would only read 1 out of 3 of the tested chips.
The chips we tested were:
- Microchip 93LC46B (worked on both programmers)
- Adesto Tech AT45DB041E [SOIC8-150] (only worked on 48Pro+, would not work on 48Pro2)
- Micron N25Q256A13E [SO16W] (only worked on 48Pro+, would not work on 48Pro2)
The microchip device does not require an adapter. However, the last two chips listed do require an adapter and we were using the correct adapter (as shown in device listing) in both cases.
Has something changed in the 48Pro2 from the older 48Pro+ that is not advertised or not immediately obvious?