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Revision as of 06:09, 2 October 2019

Category_BPM Category_Programmer Category_Hardware

BP series

Vendor Model Year Motherboard

silkscreen

Motherboard

CPU

Motherboard

RAM

Motherboard

FPGA sticker

Card

Model

Tech adapter

silkscreen

Which Accessory Last BPWin Note
Actel SS2 CPCB12A Rev. C U5

W42MX24A BP MICROSYSTEMS 09/20/02

CPCBVLTA REV. B mcmaster Button
BPM 1148
BPM 1200 1992 BP-1200 Rev C CPCBPD8 Rev. D
BPM 1400/84
BPM 1400

(1400/240)

CPCB11 Rev. G 80C286 CPCBTA240V REV. D
BPM 1410/84 2005 CPCBD03223 Rev. F

2005

Intel 80486DX4100 N/A CPCBPD8B Rev B

2001

2002 BP MICROSYSTEMS mcmaster
BPM 1410

(1410/240)

BPM 1600 CPCB12A Rev. C Intel 80486DX4100 (handwritten)

MUS 28781

CPCBVLTA REV. B 5.33.0
BPM 1610
BPM 1700
BPM 1710
BPM 2000
BPM 2100
BPM 2200x4/240 1998 CPCB11 Rev. F

1998

Harris CS80C286-16 CPCBPD8A Rev D

1997

CPCBTA240V REV. D

1996

4.73.0
BPM 2500
BPM 2510
BPM 2600
BPM 2600M
BPM 2610
BPM 2700
BPM 2700M
BPM 2710
BPM 2800F
 (11:36:56 PM) Lord_Nightmare: the main processor [of the bp1200] is an 80286-16, with a 32mhz xtal
 (11:37:07 PM) Lord_Nightmare: [the board labeled] std48, it would [I assume] normally have [std48] printed on it nicely
 (11:37:22 PM) Lord_Nightmare: this one was a refurbished unit and i guess they used an unprinted metal case for that pcb
 (11:37:37 PM) Lord_Nightmare: std48 is the 'relay pcb' 
 (11:37:38 PM) digshadow: but whats the point
 (11:37:52 PM) Lord_Nightmare: i think it controls which pins are powered with what [rail] but am not sure
 (11:38:06 PM) digshadow: gotcha
 (11:38:07 PM) Lord_Nightmare: the bp1200 it is a 'separate' pcb on top of the unit
 (11:38:13 PM) digshadow: but its basically part of the unit right
 (11:40:54 PM) Lord_Nightmare: the bp1600 has the 'relay board' integrated as a board which sits on top of the rest of the inside of the unit inside the case
 (11:41:16 PM) Lord_Nightmare: i think the 1400 does as well
 (11:41:33 PM) Lord_Nightmare: while on the 1200 it sat on top of the unit
 (11:46:35 PM) Lord_Nightmare: the most basic bp unit was the bp-1148 "device programmer"
 (11:46:55 PM) Lord_Nightmare: note the case is identical to the 1200, and the only difference [in appearance] is 'universal' is blacked out on the wording
 (11:47:11 PM) Lord_Nightmare: http://vertassets.blob.core.windows.net/image/107fdcf5/107fdcf5-2dad-11d4-8c3d-009027de0829/bp1148.jpg
 (11:47:46 PM) Lord_Nightmare: that picture is a mockup, the std48 'layer' is missing
 (11:48:11 PM) Lord_Nightmare: http://thumbs.ebaystatic.com/d/l225/m/m1qMyAgqacqzlOo4KbeZLcw.jpg shows an actual 1148 

ECO: WWAV20-4

  • http://www3.bpmmicro.com/web/helpandsupport.nsf/69f301ee4e15195486256fcf0062c2eb/66634b97cb53c22e8625703e0062b99a!OpenDocument
  • Effect 1: ECO: WWAV20-4 Effect 2: CPCB11 Rev A-F - TA-84 will occasionally fail relay test


http://www3.bpmmicro.com/web/helpandsupport.nsf/WebKeys/BPM-7Q2R96!OpenDocument

BP-1148, BP-1200, BP-2000, BP-2100, BP-2500, BP-2510, BP-2600M Final Software Version
Legacy Programmer Last Software Version Reference
Per the following document, the final BPWin version for the legacy programmers listed above is BPWin 4.73.

http://www3.bpmicro.com/Web/helpandsupport.nsf/WebKeys/BPM-6AHS6M?opendocument&Cat=FAQ

You can download BPWin 4.73 from our software download page by clicking the "BPM Legacy Software Download" link in the upper-left corner of the page.

BP-1200

Ln bpm bp-1200 unit top.jpg Ln bpm bp-1200 unit top relay.jpg

Ln bpm bp-1200 relay btm.jpg Ln bpm bp-1200 unit btm.jpg Ln bpm bp-1200 unit side.jpg

Ln bpm bp-1200 pcb0.jpg Ln bpm bp-1200 pcb1.jpg Ln bpm bp-1200 ps.jpg

Ln bpm bp-1200 cpcbpd8 d back.jpg Ln bpm bp-1200 cpcbpd8 d front.jpg


PC interface: parallel port

Chip interface: 2 plug SM

http://atariage.com/forums/topic/142884-bp-microsystems-eprom-programmer-a-cry-for-help/

  • IF you get a TA-84 pin driver module (and a SM48D 48-pin DIP module, but NOT the one that comes with the BP-1148) it will convert your BP-1148 to a BP1200/84.

BP-1400

PC interface: parallel port

Chip interface: 3 plug SM

BP-1400/84: [1]


BP-1400/240: [2]


EOL notice

http://www3.bpmmicro.com/web/helpandsupport.nsf/WebKeys/BPM-7AUPV7!OpenDocument&Cat=Issue&Click=

End of Life for 1400 and 2200 model programmers

Summary BPM announces the planned end of support for the 1400 and 2200 model programmers on December 31, 2008. Introduced in 1996 and discontinued in 2005, the 2200 and 1400 were the first in the industry to enable fine control of programming waveforms for the highest quality programming with the widest device support capabilities. Limitations of the original programmers hardware combined with new software compatibility and component obsolescence forces this end of support announcement.

Details End of support means that BPWin software released in 2009 will not support the 1400 and 2200 model numbers. These models can continue to function with existing BPWin software released prior to 2009, but will not be eligible for additional algorithms or updates to existing algorithms. Hardware contracts will also not be available for these programmers. Also, repairs and calibration of these programmers are no longer possible.


Motherboard

Pd bpm bp-1400 mb1.jpg Pd bpm bp-1400 mb2.jpg

Mezzanine board:

Pd bpm bp-1400 mez top.jpg Pd bpm bp-1400 mez btm.jpg


Power supply

Pd bpm bp-1400 ps.jpg


BP-1410

BPM BP-1410

External:

Mcmaster bpm bp-1410 ext btm.jpg Mcmaster bpm bp-1410 ext side.jpg Mcmaster bpm bp-1410 ext top.jpg

Power supply:

Mcmaster bpm bp-1410 ps overview.jpg


PC interface: USB

Chip interface: 3 plug SM

BP-1410/84 datasheet: [3]

BP-1410/240 datasheet: [4]

Motherboard

Mcmaster bpm bp-1410 mb overview.jpg Mcmaster bpm bp-1410 mb usb off2.jpg

Motherboard USB connector:

Mcmaster bpm bp-1410 mb usb off.jpg Mcmaster bpm bp-1410 mb usb on.jpg


BP-1600

External:

Mcmaster bpm bp-1600 top.jpg Mcmaster bpm bp-1600 btm.jpg Mcmaster bpm bp-1600 side.jpg


PC interface: parallel port

Chip interface: 3 plug SM

BP-1600 datasheet: [5]

 1400 has a 286 and the 1410 a 486
 1600 supports 1.5V parts
 5000 more devices (probably a lot more by now)

Motherboard:

Mcmaster bpm bp-1600 mb1.jpg Mcmaster bpm bp-1600 mb2.jpg Mcmaster bpm bp-1600 mb parallel off.jpg

CPCD12A Rev. C

CPU

 intel
 Intel DX4
 iCOMP TM index=435
 PC80486DX4100
 L124EA01
 &EW 3VOLT SL2M9
 INTEL (M)(C) '89 '94

Connectors are numbered with 1 at the side of the top or left of the PCB, oriented such that writing is right side up (ie side with blue trim pot)

J10 (Fan, N/C)

# V Note
1 N/C?
2 16.5
3 0
4 N/C?

J11 (Term. 1, N/C)

# V Note
1 0.0
2 1.1
3 0.25
4 5.1


J12 (Term. 2, N/C)

Was this supposed to be identical to above? Broken?

# V Note
1 0.0
2 0.0
3 0.0
4 0.8

Voltage header

Label V Note
+5V 5.1
+3.3V 3.3
GND 0.0
-3.5V -3.5
-5V -5.0
GND 0.0
+2.5V 2.5
PGD 4.1
VTH 1.6


Power supply

Mcmaster bpm bp-1600 ps.jpg Mcmaster bpm bp-1600 ps overview.jpg

J4 (12V fans...wtf?)

# Color V Note
1 Red 35.4
2 Red 16.5
3 Black 0.0
4 Black 5.3

J5 (to MB J4 or J20)

# Color V Note
1 Purple 35.4
2 Orange 16.5
3 Black 0.0
4 Red 5.3

J6 (to MB J4 or J20)

# Color V Note
1 Purple 35.4
2 Orange 16.5
3 Black 0.0
4 Red 5.3


BP-2200

"Concurrent Programming System"

PC interface: parallel port

Chip interface: 4X 3 plug SM

BP-2200 datasheet: [6]


Parallel to USB upgrade

Main page: bpm_WWAVUSBEPP


USB hub

Used on gang programmers

Anon bpm wwavusbhub 1.jpg

Anon bpm wwavusbhub 2.jpg

Anon bpm wwavusbhub 3.jpg

EP series

EP-1

PC interface: parallel port

Chip interface: DIP

EP-1132

PC interface: parallel port

Chip interface: DIP-

EP-1140

PC interface: parallel port

Chip interface: DIP-40

PLD series

PLD-1128

PC interface: parallel port

Chip interface: DIP-28

CP series

CP-1128

PC interface: parallel port

Chip interface: DIP-28

Silicon Sculptor

Actel programmers made by BPM.

As these cost less than the "real" BPM programmers, presumably can't be used with normal BPM software and/or work with other adapters

Silicon Sculptor 1

Has 2 headers (left/right) that adaptors plug into

Interface: parallel port

There is version with 1 connector and a version with 6 connectors

1X markings

 Silicon Sculptor
 FAIL
 ACTIVE
 PASS
 START
 ACTEL DEVICE PROGRAMMER
 BP MICROSYSTEMS

Silicon Sculptor 2

http://www.actel.com/kb/article.aspx?id=SL1039

  • WWAV20 motherboard with pin driver boards (PD8As)
  • 286 processor
  • 2MB onboard RAM
  • an additional 4MB SIMM to support concurrency


Markings:

 Silicon Sculptor II
 Actel
 FAIL
 ACTIVE
 PASS
 ACTEL DEVICE PROGRAMMER
 BP MICROSYSTEMS

Anon bpm ss2 ext.jpg

Anon bpm ss2 ext btm label.jpg

Anon bpm ss2 int mb1.jpg Anon bpm ss2 int mb2.jpg Anon bpm ss2 int mb3.jpg Anon bpm ss2 int mb4.jpg Anon bpm ss2 int mb5.jpg Anon bpm ss2 int mb6.jpg

Anon bpm ss2 int driver.jpg

Anon bpm ss2 simm.jpg

Anon bpm ss2 int mez.jpg

mcmaster notes

2018-09-12

  • Open SS2
  • Think this was the eBay unit?
  • PCB is identical to one used in BP-1600
  • Both have blue bodge wire
  • SS2 has RAM installed


Actel Silicon Sculptor 3

Mcmaster bpm ss3 top.jpg

Above: DO NOT TOUCH!

This appears to be a crippled BP-1410 (however, it has the front-panel button and the 512MB of RAM present in the BP-1710). No analysis has been done to figure out where the devices differ (firmware, FPGA, host, etc)

Product page: [7]

I love how they switched from roman numerals to Arabic numbers. Maybe they'll call the next one Silicon Sculptor D…

Has 3 headers (left/right/top) that adaptors plug into

Interface: USB

Markings:

 Silicon Sculptor 3
 Actel
 FAIL
 ACTIVE
 PASS
 START (button)
 ACTEL DEVICE PROGRAMMER
 BP MICROSYSTEMS


External

Mcmaster actel ss3 ext top.jpg Mcmaster actel ss3 ext btm.jpg Mcmaster actel ss3 ext side.jpg


Motherboard

Main assembly:

Mcmaster actel ss3 mb1.jpg Mcmaster actel ss3 mb3.jpg

Driver board:

Mcmaster actel ss3 cpcbpd8b rev b.jpg


Power supply

Mcmaster actel ss3 ps1.jpg Mcmaster actel ss3 ps2.jpg