When connected to a prototype device, the ARMflash programmer becomes an IN-SYSTEM programmer.
With ZIF socket, it becomes a standard programmer used for a large-scale production.
This is original MikroE programmer.
One of the possible ways of connecting ARMFlash to an MCU is via an IDC10 connector. Refer to figure below. You just have to place one 2x5 connector between the MCU and other on-board components. By embedding the ARMFlash connector you will be able to perform ARM In-System Programming.
The ARMFlash programmer supports a wide range of ARM (NXP LPC) microcontrollers. Newly released ARM MCUs will be supported by a new version of ARMFlash software that is updated regularly. For list of all MCUs supported by this programmer refer to its datasheet:
The ARMflash programmer is packed in the protective box along with the relevant documentation and product CD. This box is very resistant to all kinds of damages and shocks.
The package contains:
- ARMFlash USB2.0 programmer.
- USB cable.
CD with software and drivers.
- Printed documentation that includes: ARMFlash Manual and Quick Guide for Installing USB Drivers.
ARM Microcontroller Family
LPC2103 LPC2104 LPC2105 LPC2106 LPC2114
LPC2119 LPC2124 LPC2129 LPC2131 LPC2132
LPC2134 LPC2136 LPC2138 LPC2141 LPC2142
LPC2144 LPC2146 LPC2148 LPC2194 LPC2212
LPC2214 LPC2292 LPC2294