Review of ecu/eeprom/mcu programmers that I have, TL866, xprog, upa, jtag etc
1. TL866 Mini Pro.
The developer’s site www.autoelectric.cn
shells from the developer MiniPro and WizardProg.
Universal programmer with a wide range of chips.
TL866CS can be flashed into TL866A, although I would immediately take it with ICSP.
Working with MiniPro
The widest list of chips that works. Does not support Motorola.
Good help in the edge you can raise the datasheet. When in-circuit programming is capricious to power, the overload protection is triggered (it is solved by supplying power to the device).
Works with its own shell, very good device. Programming is via a 9-pin connector, you can work without adapters. There is much less list of programmable microcircuits in comparison with MiniPro, then it supports Motorola. Allows you to connect an external power source.
List of supported Motorola and microcircuits
UPA in operation
Plus: a large number of calculators for working on Pascal Script.
A wider list of Motorola, support for ST7, ST10. Work with devices, immo, etc.
Working with ST10F
Unusual box with a wide range of functions.
The list of cpu that are supported can not be listed. Especially in version 6.20
Allows flashing Sambo or JTAG (who suffers). Supports scripts.
All four programmers are stable in operation.
Credit to Mr. ProDvizhenie.