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BP series

(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


BP-1200

Description


Description

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: http:''web.archive.org/web/20061119190006/http:''www.bpmicro.com/products.nsf/7df54a7a9b18958d862566710079b2a0/cd8e1e770bf83c0e862569510070a6cf/$FILE/1400-84 Data Sheet.pdf


BP-1400/240: http:''web.archive.org/web/20061119190026/http:''www.bpmicro.com/products.nsf/7df54a7a9b18958d862566710079b2a0/cd8e1e770bf83c0e862569510070a6cf/$FILE/1400-240 Data Sheet.pdf

Motherboard

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Mezzanine board:

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Power supply

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BP-1410

bp-1410

External:

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Power supply:

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PC interface: USB

Chip interface: 3 plug SM

BP-1410/84 datasheet: http:''web.archive.org/web/20060321214044/http:''www.bpmicro.com/web/bphome.nsf/webpages/141084-PDF/$FILE/1410_84.pdf

BP-1410/240 datasheet: http:''web.archive.org/web/20060321214333/http:''www.bpmicro.com/web/bphome.nsf/webpages/1410240-PDF/$FILE/1410_240.pdf

Motherboard

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Motherboard USB connector:

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BP-1600

External:

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PC interface: parallel port

Chip interface: 3 plug SM

BP-1600 datasheet: http:''web.archive.org/web/20050530023158/http:''www.bpmicro.com/web/BPhome.nsf/webpages/1600-PDF/$FILE/1600DS_EN_0703.pdf

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

Motherboard:

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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

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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: http:''web.archive.org/web/20061119185923/http:''www.bpmicro.com/products.nsf/7df54a7a9b18958d862566710079b2a0/bc7af9c2aab5d676862566540077413c/$FILE/2200 Data Sheet.pdf


Parallel to USB upgrade

Main page: bpm:WWAVUSBEPP


USB hub

Used on gang programmers

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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

Markings:

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

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Actel Silicon Sculptor 3

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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: http:www.microsemi.com/products/fpga-soc/design-resources/programming/silicon-sculptor-3

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

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External

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Motherboard

Main assembly:

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Driver board:

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Power supply

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