High speed flash programming for mass production

August 10, 2021 // By Nick Flaherty
High speed flash programming for mass production
Segger’s Flasher Hub controls up to 24 Flasher Compacts serving as individual channels for parallel, high-speed gang programming.

Development tool vendor Segger Microcontroller has launched an in-system programming (ISP) programmer with up to 24 independent channels using its compact flash programming devices.

Using the separate compact flasher tools, each channel in the Flasher Hub can be configured to program a different device with a different firmware image. All the programming interfaces and flash memories are supported by the connected Flasher Compacts and these can also be used and controlled via the Flasher Hub.

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The Flasher Hub setup only requires configuration and programming data once per channel using the supplied software and documentation package. It can be controlled either from a PC using Segger’s cross-platform J-Flash software, web browser or FTP client, or without a PC — e.g. from Automated Test Equipment (ATE) — using TELNET, FTP, or HTTP protocol.

The hub is aimed at mass production applications where each product can be assigned individual serial numbers and patches such as MAC-addresses or licenses for individual features can be loaded.

The USB connection between Flasher Hub and Flasher Compact enables the shortest possible distance between programming target and the Flasher. The short distance increases signal quality and contributes to production throughput.

Licenses for all programming algorithms are included.


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