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Fast programming and galvanic isolation. Expands on the USB-FPA with communication up to 20 MHz (1 MBytes/s), basic current measurement, and 2500V galvanic isolation.

  • Supports JTAG/SPI/TPI/PDI/UPDI/SWIM communication (STM8/AVR/PIC)

  • Supports debug interface communication (Chipcon).

  • Supports JTAG, SCI-BOOT communication (C2000).

  • USB connectivity.   

  • Up to 64 programmers can be connected over USB to one PC.

  • Windows(TM) XP, 7, 8, 10, and Debian Linux support for x86_64(amd64) and armhf architectures. Runs on Raspberry Pi and Orange Pi One.

  • Easy to use GUI allows the user to configure all necessary options with ease (Windows only).

  • Extensive Memory options include select erase, program, verify. Select flash data can be retained across programming sequences.

  • Supports full/segment erase, blank check, write and verify of code using one Auto Program function or separate functions for easy customization.

  • Power Consumption monitor feature: current measurement sensitivity to 20uA on XStream-Iso adapters.   

  • External Flash programming over SPI for serial flash memory from Adesto, Cypress, GigaDevice, ISSI, Macronix, Microchip, Micron, and Winbond.

FlashPro-M and GangPro-M (XS, X2S):

  • External serial flash memory must be connected to a programming adapter using a serial peripheral interface connection (SPI).

  • Up to 1 MBytes/s programming (up to 20MHz, depending on target memory).

FlashPro-ARM and GangPro-ARM (X2S): 

  • Same as above can program serial flash directly over SPI, and also:

  • Can program both target MCU internal flash and any connected external serial flash using JTAG/SWD interface only.

  • To program using MCU, memory must be connected to the target MCU via a working serial peripheral interface (OCTOSPI, Dual-QSPI, QSPI, SPI, etc.). 

  • I/O port configuration utility provided in GUI. Allows interactive configuration of MCU peripheral interface pins to memory.