The LP110 was designed as a general purpose EPROM programmer. The LP110 was featured in the July 1992 edition of ComputerCraft magzine. With three different programming-modules it can program 2716, 2732, and (2764/27128/27256) EPROMs. Programming-modules are essentially socket adapters that are easily constructed from readily available proto-boards.
The LP110 communicates with the host system via an RS-232 serial port. A communications program capable of ASCII file transfer is the only software required, so the LP110 will work with almost any computer regardless of operating system or processor type. EPROM programming is controlled via the following menu:
 Set EPROM size [P] Program EPROM from RAM  Set programming voltage [V] Verify EPROM with RAM  Set programming algorithm [C] Compute RAM checksum  Set EPROM base address [M] Modify/display RAM  Set file transfer format [R] Read EPROM into RAM [E] EPROM erase check [D] Download RAM [U] Upload program to RAM [Q] Quit to opening menuThe LP110 can also be used a general purpose MC6803 8-bit computer.