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World’s smallest JTAG/boundary scan controller

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If users want to upgrade their Boundary Scan applications at a later point in time, programs generated with PicoTAP are cross compatible to all controllers from the manufacturer, such as the Scanbooster series or the Scanflex platform. The low cost JTAG/Boundary Scan Controller is controlled by a USB 2.0 interface and doesn’t require any additional voltage supply, making its use very efficient. PicoTAP provides a preconfigured plug-in TAP (Test Access Port), and therefore can be directly plugged to the assembly without any cable adapters. The unit also features a 5V auxiliary supply voltage switchable at the TAP interface.

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