SEGGER: handheld programmer for in-field-services

SEGGER has announced the release of Flasher Portable PLUS, a compact unit using a rechargeable Li-Ion-battery to enable more than 10 hours of continuous, untethered stand-alone operation. It incorporates an LCD to display additional information on the programming process.

The Flasher Portable PLUS can be loaded with multiple programming images and configurations. The ability to store multiple images provides engineers with the freedom to carry updates for different devices and/or different revisions for the same. The user interface comprises Select and Program buttons with direct feedback via an LCD display. The number of programming cycles can be restricted by using the Authorized Flashing feature.

Like SEGGER’s Flasher ARM, Flasher PRO and Flasher Portable products, the Flasher Portable PLUS is an in-circuit programmer based on the J-Link family of debug probes using the same ultra-fast proprietary flash programming algorithms.

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