GAL Chips
#1
i need a new GAL1 chip (would love e586 support but if not thats fine)
does anyone have chips for sale or i have a programmer if there is a downloadable fuse map
any help
Salrus
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#2
The EMPLANT does not use GAL (or PAL) chips. It uses ICT PEEL chips. The fusemap is not available. I do have thousands of these and recently found my programmer. I will add these to the new website that is in the works.
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#3
(03-29-2021, 07:31 PM)admin Wrote: The EMPLANT does not use GAL (or PAL) chips.  It uses ICT PEEL chips.  The fusemap is not available.  I do have thousands of these and recently found my programmer.  I will add these to the new website that is in the works.

awesome to hear let me know when the website is up i been swapping the chip between to cards and narrowed it down to the GAL1 and just assumed it was a common GAL based on silk screen then i heard on a different forum that this website sold emplant stuff and the e586 was also in the GAL1 socket thats why i was asking about the 586 stuff
it makes sense its a CPLD (i think was what PEEL was unless it was FPGA) vs GAL 
thanks
Salrus
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#4
A PEEL is just like a modern GAL as it is erasable.

I did not find the code for the e856DX emulation for IC1. I might end up having to re-create that logic.
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#5
Is GAL1 common to fail since all the chips are 4693 besides GAL1 witch is 0595 and if that's a date code that implys 1995 was the card upgraded (for 586 emulation) or did this chip fail before
Thanks for the help and look forward to the new website
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#6
No, I have never heard of any of these chips ever failing. None of my boards have an issue, and nobody else has reported this to me ever.
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