Sunnyvale, CA (PressExposure) May 12, 2011 -- We are proud to announce our first in-system gang programmer, SuperPro IS02. It allows you to program 8 devices serially, and 1 parallel.
Essentially, it has 2 programming modes: serial & parallel programming. It is the perfect solution for those who need to program more than 1 in-circuit device simultaneously.
ATE port support allows you to program populated PCBs on your automatic test equipment (ATE).
IS02 has a working mode called "mass production". Once the programmer detects that the target board is ready and ISP signal arrives, it immediately starts the functional operation defined by AUTO without key board operation.
Operate up to 12 programmers through one USB HUB. Chips and files can be different. Apart from cluster programming (using standalone feature), SPIS02 can also be used for multi programming in PC mode.
The list above includes some of many unique features that comes with SuperPro IS02. The release date of SuperPro IS02 will be Q3, 2011 and the pricing will be only $1995 for the hardware. The device support list will be generated upon customer request for each special case.
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Xeltek is the leading supplier of cost effective programming solutions for memories, microcontrollers and programmable logic devices. Xeltek's family of universal programmers and adapters, combined with unparalleled device, software and customer support, provide a complete range of solutions from engineering development through volume production. We provide a total solution of device programming with SuperPro® series device programmers- from engineering to production, from PC based to stand-alone.
Xeltek was the first programmer manufacturer to bring the term "Stand-Alone" programming to the universal programmer industry. Stand-alone programming is an application that allows the user to compile supported IC devices on a PC-independent platform through the help of an LCD screen that is mounted on a programming unit. Xeltek has been offering this mode since August 2000 with the launch of the SuperPro 2000 Universal Device Programmer.