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ROM Chips and Programming Services

My specialty is in programming EPROMs and Bi-Polar PROMS for most pinball and video games for the home collector market.

However, I also provide programming services for a wide variety of other applications such PC Bios chips, automotive performance fuel injection chips, audio equipement, Robotics chips, and many others. For a full list other services, please see www.EpromPRO.com

Programming one or two chips is no problem at all and is what I'm aimed at.

I have a variety of different Programmers, and I can program almost any type of chip.

I can program virtually any type of Eprom ( UV, OTP, Flash ) from any size ( 1kb to 32Mb) in any package (DIP, PLCC, SOIC ).

I can also program Bipolar PROMs, CPUs, PAL/GALs and PICs (without the security bit).

In total I can program nearly 15000 devices from 126 Manufacturers.

Sometimes there are software updates for your pinball machine which you should install to ensure the proper operation of your machine and to correct any bugs that have arisen since your game was released. Sometimes the collector community creates 'cheat' chips, 'speedup' chips or chips that modify the game play behaviour that you would like to have for your video game and I can provide these to you at an affordable price.

Also, if you're an electronics hobbyist, programmer or anything else and only need one or two chips programmed that doesn't justify the cost of an EPROM Eraser and an EPROM Programmer, I can help you with that as well.

I have over 20,000 of most of the popular PROMs and EPROM chips in stock and can usually ship within 24 hours of placing your order.

NOTE : I ship from CANADA (Ottawa) so transit time to the US is 7-10 days.

Most Proms and Eproms are socketted and therefore very easy to install, (no soldering). I have detailed instructions on the removal and installation of these chips in the Technical Resources link. (...or here)