No boundaries programmer has increased memory capacity
Equipped with a large memory of 2Gbytes, the Flasher Pro XL is an in-circuit, universal flash programming tool, released by Segger.
The Flasher Pro XL is designed to program large images and/or hold multiple images for use during the production programming process. These can be systems running on Android, Linux, Windows CE, or other large operating systems, as well as deeply embedded systems that require a lot of data to be programmed. The memory can be extended using an industrial-grade microSD card if required.
The Flasher Pro XL can program and verify appliance, industrial equipment and vehicle dashboards and other pieces of equipment which has sophisticated graphical user interfaces (GUIs), said Segger, which can affect assembly line efficiency. According to the company, the production programmer removes image-size limitations.
Segger says that, like all members of the Flasher family, the Pro XL fast, robust, reliable, and can be used in standalone or PC-based mode. It operates at close to theoretical minimum programming time for the target hardware, says the company. This is especially important for the huge images it is designed to program.
Segger Flashers are professional in-circuit programmers, designed for use in mass production and service environments. They program the non-volatile memories of microcontrollers and SoCs as well as (Q)SPI flashes. They are supplied with the set-up and control software for Linux, macOS, and Windows. Software and firmware updates are included.
No additional licenses are required.
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Segger Microcontroller has over 28 years’ of experience in embedded computer systems, producing software libraries, and offering a hardware tools (for development and production) and software tools.
Segger provides an RTOS and software libraries including communication, security, data compression and storage and user interface software. The company’s professional software libraries and tools for embedded system development are designed for simple usage and are optimised for resource-constrained embedded systems.