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Does anyone know if this programmer will work to program FunCards for FoxTel.

MultiPro working modes :
- Phoenix 3.57 MHz and 6 MHz for EEPROM programming
- Smartmouse 3.57 MHz en 6 MHz - JDM mode for PIC programmering e.g. goldwafer and piccard 2
- AVR SPI mode for Jupiter 1 and 2 & Funcard (e.g. Atmel 8515)

Features MultiPro
- Powered by the PS2 connection from your computer (so no need for an external power supply) and very usefull for laptops.
- Low system requirements, very easy to use
- Cable included

No switches, mode selection by MultiPro Software or autoswitching using CardPro.

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Its reads like it will program fun cards - whether they work on Foxtel will depend on the code and the details you put on.
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