Production Programming Units Now Offer Ability to Add New Devices

24 August 2023

Introduced today by SEGGER, the Flasher Device Support Kit (DSK) includes all the items necessary to extend device support on the company’s Flasher in-circuit/in-system production programmers.

Via the DSK, it is now straightforward to add new or custom devices to the extensive list of already supported devices. The plug-and-play Flasher programmers are applicable to all devices programmed by the popular J-Link debug probes, as well as many other device platforms (including Aurix, AVR, H8S, M16C, M32C, MSP430, PIC18, PIC24, RH850, RL78, RX, TMS320, etc.). For devices that are not yet supported, engineers can use the Flasher DSK to broaden the scope, and thereby deliver a fully effective production programming solution. It is possible to develop solutions to program the internal memory of 8-bit to 64-bit devices (whether based on flash, MRAM, or FRAM technology), as well as attached external memory (CFI, QSPI, NAND flashes, eMMC, or memory cards).       
"Silicon vendors and customers investing in SEGGER programmers have the flexibility to add new devices when required, on their own timeline, independent of SEGGER,” states SEGGER founder Rolf Segger. “They can work with SEGGER to get their devices supported or simply do it themselves, even for devices not currently introduced or known to the market. This gives our customers and partners the same ability to extend the Flasher device support as available to engineers at SEGGER.”     

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