Pay as low as $595 for SuperPro Programmers!

Sunnyvale, CA (PressExposure) May 16, 2011 -- Pay less than $600 to have SuperPro quality at your desk. Since early 2011, Xeltek has been offering the lowest cost SuperPro Programmer which follows the SupePro 5000 series technology. It comes with a built-in ARM RISC processor and programs chips at a very high speed. The programmer supports almost 20,000 devices, and offers a wide variety of device type support. It supports the most popular EPROM, Flash, PIC, etc.; devices that you can program with a 48-pin drive programmer. Please check the device support list on the product page:


The programmer is capable of programming chips as low as 1.2V, and it is compatible with all Windows O/S, including Win 7 x64 bits.

To get an additional 10% discount, you need to match your order to $1000 and use the coupon code of "20th.anniv". Please check Xeltek's Facebook fan page to get more information about the coupon:

Contact to place your order, or to get more information.

About Xeltek Inc

Xeltek is the leading supplier of cost effective programming solutions for memories, microcontrollers and programmable logic devices. Xeltek's family of universal programmers and adapters, combined with unparalleled device, software and customer support, provide a complete range of solutions from engineering development through volume production. We provide a total solution of device programming with SuperPro® series device programmers- from engineering to production, from PC based to stand-alone.

Xeltek was the first programmer manufacturer to bring the term "Stand-Alone" programming to the universal programmer industry. Stand-alone programming is an application that allows the user to compile supported IC devices on a PC-independent platform through the help of an LCD screen that is mounted on a programming unit. Xeltek has been offering this mode since August 2000 with the launch of the SuperPro 2000 Universal Device Programmer.

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Press Release Submitted On: May 16, 2011 at 1:31 pm
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