The global, electronics manufacturing market requires high volumes and low-production costs.Therefore, programming time is a key factor. The WriteNow! technology is targeted to on-board (in-system) programming and has been designed to achieve high-speed programming, while maintaining reliability and flexibility. The WriteNow! technology has been created with speed and reliability as key features, and employs state-of-the art components and techniques to give birth to the WriteNow! Series of In-System Programmers.
Typically, PCBs are grouped into PCB panels. To program all of the devices in a panel, a traditional approach consists of using either multiple programming tools (with added costs and complexity) or a demultiplexing solution (with slow overall programming time). The WriteNow! technology allows the programming of up to 8 devices at once, drastically reducing programming times, costs, and system complexity. In addition, the WriteNow! technology performances allow to reach the theoretical programming speed for any given device, thus shortening as much as possible the programming phase of the production process.
Based on the proprietary WriteNow! Technology, the WriteNow! Series of In-System Programmers is a breakthrough in the programming industry. The programmers support a large number of devices (microcontrollers, memories, CPLDs and other programmable devices) from various manufacturers and have a compact size for easy ATE/fixture integration
|WriteNow! Single-Site In-System Programmer||Ultra-Fast, Universal In-System Programmer|
|WriteNow! 2-Site In-System Programmer||Programs Up to 2 Devices Simultaneously|
|WriteNow! 4-Site In-System Programmer||Programs Up to 4 Devices Simultaneously|
|WriteNow! 8-Site In-System Programmer||Programs Up to 8 Devices Simultaneously|
Socket Adapters are printed circuit boards which connect the programming sites to the base unit. The Socket Adapter (SA) includes the appropriate socket (DIP, SDIP, SOIC, QFP, BGA) and the appropriate electrical connections for programming a specific device.