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Flasher/In-Circuit-Programmer

SEGGER's in-circuit flash programming solutions are ultra-fast and reliable, making them the perfect choice for mass production environments. The portfolio includes devices specialized for service environments and prototype programming.

Production Programmers

In-circuit-programmers easily integrated into any production environment

Flasher ATE

Flasher ATE is an in-circuit gang programmer for high volume mass production.

Flasher SECURE

Flasher Secure is a mass production programming system, capable of protecting the vendor’s IP regardless of the production site.

Flasher ARM

Flasher ARM is a programming tool for microcontrollers with on-chip or external Flash memory and ARM core.

Flasher PRO

Flasher PRO is a programming tool for microcontrollers with on-chip or external Flash memory and ARM, RX or PPC core.

Flasher STM8

Flash programmer for STM8 series of flash microcontrollers with on-chip flash.


Portable Service Programmers

Handheld Flash Programmer for on-chip and external flash memory.

Flasher Portable PLUS

Features

  • Stand-alone in-circuit-programmer (once set up, Flasher can be controlled without the use of a PC program)
  • Powered by internal battery, no external power supply required
  • Up to 10 hours programming with one battery charge
  • Supports having up to eight configurations/data files being stored on Flasher
  • Push button allows easy selection between multiple images/configurations stored on Flasher

Programmers for Legacy Devices

In-Circuit-Programmer for M16C, M32C, R8C, R32C, M38000, ST7 and ST9 series of flash microcontrollers.

Flasher 5

Flash programmer for M16C, M32C, R8C, R32C, M38000 and ST9 series of flash microcontrollers.

Flasher 5 PRO

Programming tool for Renesas M16C/62, M16C/80, M32C, M79, R32C, R8C series of microcontrollers. This tool allows programming of MCU via serial synchronous or asynchronous interface in circuit only. A target system is required.

Flasher ST7

Flash programmer for ST7 series of flash microcontrollers with on-chip flash.