MStar PS25LV010, PS25LV040

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MStar PS25LV010, PS25LV040

Postby Guest » 10 Nov 2011 16:07

Hi there! This is my first post here on this forum.
I just bought DATAMAN-40PRO and I want to know are you planning to make drivers for MStar PS25LV010, PS25LV040, and PS25LV512? I find that you already add these drivers in DATAMAN-848 upgrade.

Regards
Stan

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Re: MStar PS25LV010, PS25LV040

Postby Dataman (Neil Parker) » 10 Nov 2011 16:07

Hello Stan,

Apologies for the delay but we have been trying to get hold of the datasheet for these chips -
unsuccessfully.

I am going to have to ask you if you have access to the datasheet and also some samples as we will need them for final testing of the algorithm.

Best regards,

Neil Parker - (Dataman)

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Re: MStar PS25LV010, PS25LV040

Postby Dataman (Neil Parker) » 10 Nov 2011 16:07

Hello Stan,

Basically all the information around seems to confirm the assumption that:

PS25LV010 = PM25LV010
PS25LV040 = PM25LV040
PS25LV512 = PM25LV512

Because these chips have an ID, I need to ask you to set the PM25LV010 selection in the software and try to read the PS25LV010 chips. If you do not get an ID check error then this assumption will be confirmed. If not then please provide the log file where the ID check error is shown.

Best regards,


Neil Parker - (Dataman)

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Re: MStar PS25LV010, PS25LV040

Postby Guest » 10 Nov 2011 16:08

Hi Neil,

I'm confirming that PS25LV040 = PM25LV040.
I set the programmer software to PM25LV040 and I manage to read and write successfully PS25LV040.

I’m thanking you very much for the support.

Best Regards

Stan


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