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This EPROM programmer was manufactured by Ground Control, manufacturers of electronic and electrical test equipment. It connects to a BBC Micro through the user port. A Sideways ROM provides the test, dump, write, and verify routines required to program EPROMS using the device.

The EPROM programmer originally retailed for £29.45

Date : Unknown

Manufacturer : Ground Control

Physical Description : Cardboard box (lid and base) Operating Instructions leaflet Uviprom Modification leaflet Eprom Eraser Circuit board x2 chips

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH32451. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

Scan of Document: UVIPROM EPROM Programmer

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