with care! Incorrect insertion of adapter in programmer's ZIF socket or
device in adapter's ZIF socket may lead to programmed device damage.
adapter into programmer's ZIF socket. If you are in doubts about
orientation of the adapter in programmer's ZIF socket, there is a rule
of thumb - orientation of adapter's name text is the same as
orientation of the text on the top of programmer.
check the placement of adapter in programmer's ZIF socket.
the cover of adapter's ZIF socket (the topmost movable part) to open
the socket. Once fully actuated, drop the device into the socket from a
height of 2 to 3mm above the seating plane. For correct device
orientation, follow the instructions shown on picture in PG4UW software
Device info window for device being programmed. Then release adapter's
cover must be fully actuated (depressed) before inserting a device into
the socket. If device is inserted into only partially opened ZIF
socket, then - after releasing of cover - the tweezer contacts might
bend and if repeated several times this way tweezer contacts might even
not press on device while inserting it and/or releasing the cover.
check the placement of programmed device in adapter's ZIF socket. If
everything looks OK, the device is ready for programming.
take out the device from adapter, push the cover of adapter's ZIF
socket and remove the device.
you finish the work with adapter, remove it from programmer's ZIF