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  Flasher ATE : Modular Gang Programmer  
Flasher ATE is perfectly suited for high volume mass production environments.

  • Gang Programming
  • In-System Programmer (ISP)
  • Ultra-fast programming
  • Control interfaces for ATEs and similar production process handlers
  • Switchable target power
  • J-Flash and built-in FTP server for an easy setup
  • Scalable solution with up to 10 individual channels
  • Parallel channels, no demultiplexing required
  • Functional isolation of each module
  • Target supply voltage may be up to 15V
  • The modular system uses a communication main board at its heart, that distributes the commands received from an ATE, ICT or a similar automated production handler system to the attached programming modules. Each individual programming module can be set up with individual configurations and firmware image pairs. The Gang Programmer is capable to program multiple devices in parallel, whether these devices are equal or part of a multi-device system, Flasher ATE can handle all production setups.
  • The Flasher ATE Gang Programmer is an in-circuit-programmer for high volume mass production. To accommodate for the special requirements of high volume production environments, the Gang Programmer can be mounted in 19'' racks or be connected directly to an ATE. The interfaces to start and monitor the programming tasks have been designed with the implementer of the production system in mind.
  • The number of Flasher ATE programming modules per Flasher ATE mainboard can be scaled from 1 to 10 permitting the parallel programming of up to 10 target devices. The ultra-fast flash algorithms used by the Flasher ATE are the same industry leading and proven algorithms also found in SEGGERs family of Evalu
  • J Link debug probes and Flasher programming devices. Each Flasher includes the licenses to program with all supported MCUs.
Supported Devices

The Flasher ATE supports a wide range of CPU cores and an even wider range of different devices from various vendors. On this page, an overview of all supported CPU cores as well as devices for which flash programming is supported, is given..

List of Known Devices

SEGGER Flasher programmers supports a wide range of CPU cores and an even wider range of different devices like SPI-Flash devices. The following lists gives an overview about which devices are supported by SEGGER Flasher.

Power Supply USB powered or via external power supply (5V). Max. 3A using 10 modules.
Ethernet Host Interface 100/10 MBit
USB Host Interface 3 USB2.0 (High-Speed), USB Type B
RS232 Host Interface RS232 9-pin
Target Interface JTAG 20-pin (14-pin adapter available)
Max. target cable length Recommended (delivered): 20cm (8") Max. 2m (6.5") allowed but might reduce max. target interface speed.
Serial Transfer Rate between Flasher ATE and Target Max. target interface (JTAG, ...) speed: 15MHz
Supported Target Voltage 1.2 - 5V
Current drawn from target voltage sense pin (VTRef) < 25µA
Target supply voltage 3 - 15V (5V with no additional supply.)
Target supply current Max. 400mA (100mA with no additional supply.)
Operating Temperature + 5 °C ... + 60 °C
Storage Temperature - 20 °C ... + 65 °C
Relative Humidity (non-condensing) < 90% rH
Size (without cables) Mainboard: 108mm x 56mm x 20mm
Module: 108mm x 35mm x 20mm
Weight (without cables) Mainboard: 47g
Module: 24g
Supported OS Microsoft Windows (x86/x64), Linux (x86/x64/Arm), macOS (x86/Apple M1
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