SEGGER: Fastest in-circuit-programmer for Infineon XMC1000 family of microcontrollers

19 JANUARY 2017

SEGPR16_Flasher_PRO_Infineon_shadowSEGGER announced in-circuit-programming support for the XMC1000 microcontroller family of Infineon Technologies AG. Production of XMC1000 microcontrollers now benefits from the fast flash programming algorithms developed by SEGGER.

Small series and mass production environments benefit from the reliability and performance of SEGGER’s in-circuit-programming solution. SEGGER’s production programmers are designed with multiple interfaces, making them easy to integrate into any production environment. In mass production environments, ATE or other production control units can easily access the Flasher for programming including serial numbers and patch data. Small series can be programmed connecting a standard PC to the Flasher programmer or even a simple button press on the Flasher.

Traditional production programmers often support only UART boot modes. Depending on the boot configuration of a XMC1000 microcontroller SEGGER’s programmers automatically adapt to either UART mode or debug mode and hence provide the best flexibility to fast and efficiently program XMC1000 microcontrollers.

“XMC1000 is perfectly suited for motor control, lighting and general sensor and actuator applications. The comprehensive functionality of the XMC1000 microcontroller family combined with an attractive pricing is unique in the market. XMC1000 and SEGGER’s Flasher product family fit well regarding ease of use, reliability and high performance,” says Maurizio Skerlj, Senior Director Industrial Microcontrollers at Infineon.

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