BeeProg3 (ord.no. 60-0061)
Ultra speed universal 64-pindrive programmer, design focused on high-capacity memories programming.
- the BeeProg3 was designed meticulously with attention to details, quality and reliability
- the programmer perfectly fits for high-demanding desktop programming, as well as for automated programming systems
- based on a state of the art FPGA design, powerful ARM processor and internal SSD, the BeeProg3 is ready to program devices at theoretically possible speeds
- 64-pins rich-features, precise and powerful pindriver provides programming signals for every technology of programmable devices
- logic signals frequency up to 125MHz at 3.3V and 80MHz at 5V
- it supports devices with VCC voltages as low as 0.8V
- ultra fast programming speed, one of the fastest programmers worldwide. Sustainable programming speed greater than 31 MBytes per second
- the 8 GB eMMC NAND Flash could be done in less than 250 sec, if supported memory is fast enough
- it utilizes both universal programming modules, dedicated for IC package type and specialized modules, designed optimized for specific device families
- ESD protection on each pin of the pindriver
- dual connection to the PC: USB (2.0 HighSpeed) and LAN (100 Mbit)
- comfortable and easy to use control program, works with all versions of MS Windows from Windows XP to Windows 11 (32-bit and 64-bit)
- unique quick reaction to customer’s needs – software update can be ready within a day from request, by OnDemand software
- Multiprogramming possible by attaching more programmers to one PC
- developed and made in Slovakia
- warranty – 3 years
- approved by CE laboratory to meet CE requirements
- BeeProg3 is next member of Elnec universal programmer series, built to meet the strong demand for an extremely fast and reliable programmer for high-capacity memories.
- Designed with great emphasis on technical perfection and speed of hardware, this programmer perfectly fits for high-demanding desktop programming as well as for automated programming systems and ATE machines for off-board IC testing, where ensures the highest quality and overall yield.
- BeeProg3 programmer core is based on a state of the art FPGA, powerful ARM processor and internal SSD to be ready to program devices at theoretically possible speeds. The achieved ultra fast programming speed – more than 31 MB/s sustainable – is actually higher, than can be utilized for most of real devices. This is reflected in extremely short programming times. For example, the 8 GB eMMC NAND Flash could be done in less than 250 sec – if programmed memory allow that speed.
- Tests show, that the BeeProg3 is currently faster than all competitors in this price category (status: 10/2015), and for many chips is the fastest at all.
- BeeProg3 supports all kinds of types and silicon technologies of today’s and tomorrow’s programmable devices. It partially supports also devices “from yesterday”. You can be sure the next devices support will require the software update only, at the most (if necessary) simple programming module, therefore the costs of ownership is minimized. You have freedom to choose the optimal device for your design.
- For the proper and reliable programming of ultra-fast memories the BeeProg3 utilizes specialized modules, optimally designed for specific device families, exactly according to the needs of programmed devices. But if it is possible, then universal programming modules, dedicated for IC package type, are used. The programming modules are identical for all programmers based on the BeeProg3 programming core (BeeHive304 for example).
- Programming modules construction is designed for perfect stability at the top of the programmer, to be tough enough for insert/replace chips by mechanical arm and also allows to keep identical position of ZIF socket also after replacing of the module.
- BeeProg3 interfaces with any IBM PC compatible personal computers, running MS Windows OS, through USB (2.0 HigSpeed) port or LAN port (100 Mb).
- With its very competitive price together with excellent hardware design for reliable programming, it is probably the best “value for money” programmer in this class.
- The 64-pin rich-features, precise and powerful pindriver of BeeProg3 deliver high speed, accurate and clean waveform signals to the device by eliminating noise, ground bounce and overshoot, which maximizes programming yield and guarantees long data retention. This also allows the reliable support of virtually any nonvolatile technology used for programmable devices – (E)EPROM, Flash, MRAM, PCM, … – by a single device programmer.
- FPGA based totally reconfigurable TTL pindrivers provide H/L/pull_up/pull_down and read capability for each pin of the device. The dual H/L drivers enables to provide two different H levels for both core signals and I/O signals of programmed device without additional logic. Programmer pindrivers operate down to 0.8V, therefore the programmer is ready to program the full range of today’s and tomorrow’s advanced very-low-voltage devices.
- Extremely fast programming, achieved by using FPGA based state machine, fast processor and SSD, allow execution of all time-critical routines and data transfers inside of the programmer.
- The programmer performs device insertion test based on the check of proper signal path between the programmer and programmed device before it programs each device. In dependence on programming configuration it identifies missed or poor contact between programmed device and the ZIF socket of the programming module, missed or poor contact between the programming module and the programmer and it’s also able to indicate wrong position of device in the ZIF socket or the programming module (moved, rotated, backward oriented). These capabilities, supported by overcurrent protection and signature-byte check help prevent chip damage due to operator error.
- The selftest capability allows to run the diagnostic part of software to thoroughly check the health of the programmer.
- Built-in protection circuits eliminate damage of programmer and/or programmed device due to environment or operator failure. All the inputs of the BeeProg3 programmer, including the pindriver signals, connection to PC and power supply input, are protected against ESD up to 15kV.
- Banana jack for ESD wrist straps connection to easy-to-implement the ESD protection control.
- The programming modules are available for devices in PDIP, PLCC, JLCC, SOIC, SDIP, SOP, PSOP, SSOP, TSOP, TSOPII, TSSOP, QFP, PQFP, TQFP, VQFP, QFN (MLF), SON, BGA, EBGA, FBGA, VFBGA, UBGA, FTBGA, LAP, CSP, SCSP, LQFP, MQFP, HVQFN, QLP, QIP and other packages.
- The programmer is driven by a comfortable and easy-to-use control program with pull-down menu, hot keys and on-line help. The software runs on all versions of MS Windows (from Windows XP to Windows 11, 32-bit and 64-bit).
- Selecting of device is performed by its class, by manufacturer or simply by typing a fragment of vendor name and/or part number. Standard device-related commands (read, blank check, program, verify, erase) are boosted by some test functions (insertion test, signature-byte check), and some special functions (autoincrement, production mode – start of programming immediately after insertion of chip into socket).
- All known data formats are supported. Automatic file format detection and conversion during loading of file.
- The rich-featured serialization function enables one to assign individual serial numbers to each programmed device – simply increments a serial number, or the function enables one to read serial numbers or any programmed device identification signatures from a file.
- The software also provides – in the Device information section – lots of information about the programmed device. As a special, the drawings of all available packages are provided. The software also provides explanation of chip marking (the meaning of prefixes and suffixes at the chips) for each supported chip.
- Jam files of JEDEC standard JESD-71 are interpreted by Jam Player. Jam files are generated by design software which is provided by the manufacturer of respective programmable device. Chips are programmed through JTAG (IEEE 1149.1 Joint Test Action Group) interface.
- VME files are interpreted by VME Player. VME file is a compressed binary variation of SVF file and contains high-level IEEE 1149.1 bus operations. SVF files are interpreted by SVF Player. SVF file (Serial Vector Format) contains high-level IEEE 1149.1 bus operations. SVF files are generated by design software which is provided by manufacturer of respective programmable device. Chips are programmed through JTAG interface. VME files are generated by design software which is provided by manufacturer of respective programmable device.
- By attaching of more BeeProg3 programmers to the same PC (through USB port) one can create a powerful multiprogramming system, which supports as many chips, as the BeeProg3 programmer supports and without obvious decreasing of programming speed. It is important to know, that there is concurrent multiprogramming – each programmer works independently and each programmer can program a different chip, if necessary.
Care for the Customer
- New Device Request (AlgOR Service)
- It is important to remember, that a support of most of the new devices requires only a software update, because the BeeProg3 is truly a universal programmer. With our prompt service, support for the new device can be added within a hours.
- This service is in almost all cases free. Please note, however, that we can ask the customer to share the costs, if development and manufacturing costs are too high.
- Free life-time software updates
- Most current version of Elnec programmers software, with support of newly added devices, is available for free.
- Free Technical support
- Elnec provide customers technical support (WebForm/e-mail based) available usually within a few hours, or at the latest, the next working day.
- Keep-Current service
- Keep-Current service means, that Elnec ships the latest version of programmer software and updated user documentation (Keep-Current package) to the customer . The Keep-Current service is your hassle-free guarantee that you are achieving the highest quality programming on Elnec programmers, at minimal cost.
- Advanced design of the BeeProg3 universal programmer, including protective circuits, original brand components, careful manufacturing and burning-in allow us to provide a three-year warranty on parts and workmanship of the programmer and programming adapters with limited warranty on ZIF sockets according to information about the maximal actuations number of the particular ZIF socket.
Specification (valid for each programming site)
Base unit, DACs
- USB 2.0 high-speed compatible port, up to 480 Mbit/s transfer rate
- 100Mbit LAN port
- on-board intelligence: powerful processor (ARM9 400MHz) and FPGA based state machine (basic clock 50 MHz plus PLLs)
- built-in mSATA SSD as internal buffer (128GB type, upgradeable to higher capacity)(*1, *2, *3, *4)
- three D/A converters for VCC1, VCC2, and VPP, controllable rise and fall time
- VCC1, VCC2 range 0.8V..7V/1A (step 10mV)
- VPP range 0V..25V/1A (step 25mV)
- Temperature controlled fan
- selftest capability
- protection against surge and ESD on power supply input, USB and LAN port and all pins of programming module interface (PMI)(IEC1000-4-2: 15kV air, 8kV contact)
- banana jack for ESD wrist straps connection
- banana jack for connection to ground
- *1: the data in the buffer are stored in fragments and also partially compressed, therefore the buffer can keep standard data also for bigger size devices, than current size of the buffer
- *2: this upgrade is mechanically complicated and can be done at Elnec only
- *3: the programmers up to s/n 1200-00053 (including) was supplied with 32GB SSD as internal buffer.
- *4: the 128GB SSD can store as a buffer roughly 110GB of the random data (28GB in case 32 GB SSD), the bigger sizes SSD, proportionally. If you plan to work/copy eMMC/NAND device, which might contain random data in full range of the device size, we recommend to have equal capacity buffer in the programmer.
Pindriver (available on the Programming Module Interface (PMI) – connectors for programming modules)
- pindrivers: 64 universal
- VCC1/VCC2 and VPP can be connected to each pin
- perfect ground for each pin
- 2 independent FPGA based TTL driver provides H, L, CLK, pull-up, pull-down on all pindriver pins, logic level 0.75V – 5V (IOL and IOH current 20mA)
- logic signals frequency: up to 125MHz (3.3V), 80MHz (5V)
- analog pindriver output level selectable from 0.8 V up to 25V
- current limitation, overcurrent shutdown, power failure shutdown
- continuity test: each pin is tested before every programming operation
Programmer, using programming modules:
- NAND FLASH: 3D-Plus 3DFNxxx, All-Flash AFAxxx, ATO Solution AFNDxxx, Axia Memory Tech. AX20xxx, Cypress (ex Spansion) S30Mxxx, S34xxx, Eon Silicon Sol. EN27xxx, EN71xxx, ESIGMA ES27xxx, ESMT F59xxx, FM6xxx, Dosilicon FMNxxx, FMNDxxx, Fidelix FMNxxx, FMNDxxx, Flexxon FHNDxxx, FORESEE FS33xxx, Fudan FM29xxx, GigaDevice GD9Fxxx, MD5Nxxx, HeYangTek HYNxxx, ICMAX IMSxxx, ISSI IS34xxx, Jeju Semiconductor JS27Hxxx, Macronix MX30xxx, MX63xxx, Micron MT29Fxxx, MT29Cxxx, MT29Rxxx (exNumonyx ex STM) NANDxxx, MIRA PSUxxx, PowerFlash ASUxxx, A1Uxxx, Samsung K9xxx, KFxxx, SK Hynix (ex Hynix) HY27xxx, H27xxx, Toshiba TC58xxx, TH58xxx, UnilC SCNxxx, Winbond W29Nxxx, W71Nxxx, XTX (ex Paragon) PN61xxx, Zentel A5Uxxx, Zetta ZDNDxxx, LBA-NAND Toshiba THGVNxxx series
- eMMC: Hynix H26Mxxxxxxxx, Kingston KE44B-xxxx/xxx, Micron MTFCxxxxxx, Numonyx NANDxxxxxxxx, Phison PSM4A11-xx, Samsung KLMxxxxxxx, SanDisk SDINxxx-xx, Toshiba THGBMxxxxxxxxxx, Flexxon FEMCxxxGTTG, ISSI, IS21ESxxG, Greenliant GLS85VMxxxxx series
- eMCP: Micron MT29xZZZxxxxxxxx series
- eSD: XTX Technology XTSDxxGLGxxx, All-Flash SDVxxxMxxxxx series
- EPROM: NMOS/CMOS, 27xxx and 27Cxxx series
- Memory Cards: MMC, SD, SDHC, SDXC series
- Multi-chip devices: NAND+RAM, NOR+RAM, NOR+NOR+RAM, NAND+NOR+RAM
- Serial Flash: standard SPI, Multi I/O – Dual I/O, Quad I/O, Dual-Quad I/O, Octa I/O (25Bxxx, 25Dxxx, 25Exxx, 25Fxxx, 25Hxxx, 25Lxxx, 25Mxxx, 25Pxxx, 25Qxxx, 25Rxxx, 25Sxxx, 25Txxx, 25Uxxx, 25Vxxx, 25Wxxx, 25Xxxx, 26Vxxx, 45PExx, MX66Lxxx, S70FLxxx, S79FL, MT35X series), DataFlash (AT45Dxxx, AT26Dxxx series)
- parallel NOR Flash: 28Fxxx, 29Cxxx, 29Fxxx, 29GLxxx, 29BVxxx, 29LVxxx, 29Wxxx, 39VFxxx, 39SFxxx, 49Fxxx series, Samsung’s K8Fxxxx, K8Cxxxx, K8Sxxxx, K8Pxxxx series, …
- HyperFlash: Cypress/Spansion/ISSI S26KL, S26KS series
- Serial E(E)PROM: Serial E(E)PROM: 11LCxxx, 24Cxxx, 24Fxxx, 25Cxxx, 30TSExxx, 34Cxxx, 34TSxx, 59Cxxx, 85xxx, 93Cxxx, NVM3060, MDAxxx series, full support for LV series, AT88SCxxx
- Serial FRAM: Cypress(Ramtron): FM24xxxxxx, FM25xxxxxx, Fujitsu: MB85RCxxxx, MB85RSxxxx, Lapis(OKI, Rohm): MR44xxxxx, MR45xxxxx series
- Serial MRAM: Everspin MR20xxx, MR25xxx series
- Configuration (EE)PROM: XCFxxx, XC17xxxx, XC18Vxxx, EPCxxx, EPCSxxx, EPCQxxx, EPCQLxxx, EPCQxxxA, AT17xxx, AT18Fxxx, 37LVxx series
- PLD Altera: MAX 3000A, MAX 7000A, MAX 7000B, MAX 7000S, MAX7000AE, MAXII/G/Z, MAX V, MAX 10 series
- PLD Intel: MAX II/G/Z, MAX V, MAX 10 series
- PLD Lattice: ispGAL22V10x, ispLSI1xxx, ispLSI1xxxEA, ispLSI2xxx, ispLSI2xxxA, ispLSI2xxxE, ispLSI2xxxV, ispLSI2xxxVE, ispLSI2xxxVL, LC4xxxB/C/V/ZC/ZE, M4-xx/xx, M4A3-xx/xx, M4A5-xx/xx, M4LV-xx/xx, ispCLOCK, Power Manager/II, ProcessorPM, CrossLink, Platform Manager/2, L-ASC10 series
- PLD Xilinx: XC9500, XC9500XL, XC9500XV, CoolRunner XPLA3, CoolRunner-II series
- SPLD/CPLD series: AMD, AMI, Atmel, Cypress, Gould, ICT, Lattice, National Semicond., Philips, STMicroelectronics, TI (TMS), Vantis, VLSI
- FPGA: Lattice: MachXO, MachXO2, MachXO3, LatticeXP, LatticeXP2, ispXPGA, iCE40 UltraPlus, iCE40 Ultra/UltraLite, iCE40 LP/HX, non-volatile key: ECP2 S-Series
- FPGA: Microsemi(Actel): ProASIC3, IGLOO, Fusion, ProASICplus, SmartFusion
- FPGA: Intel/Altera, non-volatile key: Cyclone V
- FPGA: Xilinx: Spartan-3AN
- Special chips: STM LED Array Drivers ALED1262xxx series
- Microcontrollers Analog Devices: ADuC8xx series
- Microcontrollers Abov Semiconductor: GMS97Cxxx, GMS97Lxxx, GMS99Cxxx series
- Microcontrollers Atmel AVR 8bit/16bit: AT90Sxxxx, AT90pwm, AT90can, AT90usb, ATtiny, ATmega, ATxmega series
- Microcontrollers Atmel AVR32: AT32UC3xxxx, ATUCxxxD3/D4/L3U/L4U series
- Microcontrollers Atmel/Microchip/Temic MCS51 series: AT(T)89C/F/S/LS/LV/LP series
- Microcontrollers Atmel/Microchip ARM AT91SAM7Sxx, AT91SAM7Lxx, AT91SAM7Xxx, AT91SAM7XCxx, AT91SAM7SExx series
- Microcontrollers Atmel/Microchip ARM9: AT91SAM9xxx series;
- Microcontrollers Atmel/Microchip ARM Cortex-M0+: ATSAMD2x, ATSAMC2x, ATSAMD09x, ATSAMD10x, ALSAML2x, ATSAMHAx, ATSAMR2x series
- Microcontrollers Atmel/Microchip ARM Cortex-M3: ATSAM3Axxx, ATSAM3Uxxx, ATSAM3Nxxx, ATSAM3Sxxx, ATSAM3Xxxx series
- Microcontrollers Atmel/Microchip ARM Cortex-M4: ATSAM4Sxxx, ATSAMG5x, ATSAM4LCx, ATSAM4LSx series
- Microcontrollers Atmel/Microchip ARM Cortex-M4F: ATSAMD51x, ATSAME53x series
- Microcontrollers Atmel/Microchip ARM Cortex-M23: ATSAML10x, ATSAML11x series
- Microcontrollers Atmel/Microchip ARM Cortex-M7: ATSAME70x, ATSAMV70x, ATSAMV71x, ATSAMS70x series
- Microcontrollers Azoteq: IQS5xx series
- Microcontrollers Cypress: CY7Cxxxxx, CY8Cxxxxx series
- Microcontrollers Cyrod Technologies MCS51: CRD89C/L/V series
- Microcontrollers Energetic Technology: ET12xx, ET22xx, ET23xx series
- Microcontrollers Explore Microelectronic: EPF01x, EPF02x series
- Microcontrollers Freescale Semiconductor: S12X series
- Microcontrollers Coreriver: Atom 1.0, MiDAS1.0, 1.1, 2.0, 2.1, 2.2, 3.0 series
- Microcontrollers GigaDevice: GD32Exxx, GD32Fxxx series
- Microcontrollers Hitachi: H8 series, H8S series, H8 Tiny series, SH series
- Microcontrollers Infineon(Siemens): XC2000, XE164 series
- Microcontrollers ICSI/ISSI MCS51: IS89C/E/LV series
- Microcontrollers Lapis Semiconductor: ML620Qxxxx series
- Microcontrollers Megawin: MG87xxx, MPC82xxx series
- Microcontrollers Microchip PICmicro: PIC10xxx, PIC12xxx, PIC16xxx, PIC18xxx, PIC24xxx, dsPIC, PIC32xxx series
- Microcontrollers Mitsubishi: M16C series
- Microcontrollers Motorola/Freescale: S12, MCF52 (ColdFire), MC56F, Kinetis (K,L) series, Qorivva/5xxx Power Architecture
- Microcontrollers NEC: uPD70Fxxx, uPD78Fxxx series
- Microcontrollers Nordic Semiconductor: nRF24LExxx, nRF24LUxxx, nRF315xx, nRF51xxx, nRF52xxx Flash and OTP series
- Microcontrollers Nuvoton ARM Cortex-Mx: NUC1xx, NUC2xx, M05x, Mini51, Nano1xx series
- Microcontrollers Nuvoton (Winbond) MCS51 series: N79xxx, W77xxx, W78xxx, W79xxx, W83xxx series
- Microcontrollers NXP (Philips/Trident Microsystem) UOC series: UOCIII, UOC-TOP, UOC-Fighter (TDA1xxxx) series
- Microcontrollers NXP (Philips) MCS51 series: 87Cxxx, 87LVxx, 89Cxxx, 89Sxxx, 89Fxxx, 89LVxxx, 89LSxxx, 89LPxxx, 89Exxx, 89Lxxx, LPC series
- Microcontrollers NXP (Philips) ARM Cortex-Mx: LPC11xx, LPC11Cxx, LPC11Dxx, LPC11Uxx, LPC11Axx, LPC11Exx, LPC11xxLV, LPC12xx, LPC12Dxx, LPC13xx, LPC15xx, LPC17xx, LPC18xx, LPC40xx, LPC43xx, LPC8xx, EM7xx, MPT6xx, LPC541xx, LPC546xx, PN73xx, PN74xx series
- Microcontrollers NXP (Philips) ARM7: LPC2xxx, MPT6xx series
- Microcontrollers NXP (Motorola/Freescale Semiconductor): S12, S12X, Kinetis series
- Microcontrollers Panasonic: MN101, MN103 series
- Microcontrollers Princeton MCS51: PT89xx series
- Microcontrollers Renesas: R8C/Tiny series, RX series, uPD70Fxxx, uPD78Fxxx series, RL78 series, R32C series, RH850 series, H8 series, H8S series, H8 Tiny series, SH series, M16C series
- Microcontrollers Ramtron (Goal Semiconductor) MCS51 series: VRS5xx, VRS7xx, VRS9xx, VRS1xxx, VRS51C(L)xxx, VRS51C(L)7xx, VRS51C(L)9xx, VRS51C(L)1xxx series
- Microcontrollers Silicon Laboratories(Cygnal): C8051 series
- Microcontrollers Silicon Laboratories(Ember) ARM Cortex-Mx: EM34x, EM35x, EM358x, EM359x series
- Microcontrollers Silicon Laboratories(Energy Micro): EFM32Gxx, EFM32GGxx, EFM32LGxx, EFM32TGxx, EFM32WGxx series
- Microcontrollers Silicon Laboratories: SiM3Cxxx, SiM3Lxxx, SiM3Uxxx series
- Microcontrollers Spansion(Fujitsu): MB90Fxxx, MB91Fxxx, MB95Fxxx, MB96Fxxx, MB9AFxxx, MB9BFxxx series
- Microcontrollers STM (SGS-Thomson): SPC5 (Power Architecture), ST6xx, ST7xx, ST10xx, STR7xx, STR9xx, STM32F/G/H/L/W, STM8A/S/L/T series
- Microcontrollers SyncMOS: SM39xxx, SM59xxx, SM73xxx, SM79xxx, SM89xxx series
- Microcontrollers Syntek MCS51: STK6xxx series
- Microcontrollers Tekmos MCS51: TK87Cxxx series
- Microcontrollers Texas Instruments (Chipcon): CC11xx, CC24xx, CC25xx, CC85xx series
- Microcontrollers Texas Instruments ARM Cortex-Mx: CC13xx, CC2538xxx, CC26xx series
- Microcontrollers Texas Instruments (Luminary Micro): LM3Sxxx, LM3Sxxxx series, LM4Fxxxx series, TM4C series
- Microcontrollers Texas Instruments: MSP430 series
- Microcontrollers Texas Instruments: TMS320F series
- Microcontrollers Toshiba: TX03 series
- Microcontrollers Topro MCS51: TP28xx series
- Microcontrollers Nuvoton (Winbond) MCS51 series: N76xxx, N79xxx, W77xxx, W78xxx, W79xxx series
- Microcontrollers Nuvoton ARM Cortex-Mx: NUC029xxx, NUC1xx, NUC2xx, M05x, MINI5x, NDA1xx, NANO1xx series
- Microcontrollers ZILOG: Z8Fxxxx, Z8FMCxxxxx, Z16Fxxxx, ZGP323xxxxxx, ZLP12840xxxxx, ZLP323xxxxxxx, ZLF645xxxxxxx series
- — we’re also working on the support of discontinued/obsolete/rare devices mentioned below this line —
- EEPROM: NMOS/CMOS, 28xxx, 28Cxxx, 27EExxx series, 3D Plus 3DEExxxxxxxx series
- FRAM: Ramtron
- MRAM: Everspin MRxxxxx8x, 3D Plus 3DMRxxxxxxxx series
- NV RAM: Dallas DSxxx, SGS/Inmos MKxxx, SIMTEK STKxxx, XICOR 2xxx, ZMD U63x series
- mDOC H3: SanDisk (ex M-Systems) SDED5xxx, SDED7xxx, MD2533xxx, MD2534xxx, Hynix HY23xxx series
- 1-Wire E(E)PROM: DS1xxx, DS2xxx series
- Clocks: TI(TMS), Cypress
- PLD Altera: Classic
- PLD AMD, TI(TMS): Bipolar families
- Special chips: Atmel Tire Pressure Monitoring ATA6285N, ATA6286N; PWM controllers: Zilker Labs, Analog Devices; Multi-Phase ICs: IR(Chil Semiconductor); Gamma buffers: AUO, Maxim, TI, …
- Microcontrollers MCS51 series: 87Cxxx, 87LVxx all manufacturers
- Microcontrollers ELAN: EM78Pxxx series
- Microcontrollers EPSON: S1C17 series
- Microcontrollers Generalplus: GPM8Fxxx series
- Microcontrollers GreenPeak: GPxxx series
- Microcontrollers Infineon(Siemens): XC800, C500, XC166, C166 series
- Microcontrollers MDT 1xxx and 2xxx series
- Microcontrollers Motorola/Freescale: HC05, HC08, HC11, HC12, HCS08, RS08, MCF51 series
- Microcontrollers Myson MTV2xx, 3xx, 4xx, 5xx, CS89xx series
- Microcontrollers National: COP8xxx series
- Microcontrollers Novatek: NT68xxx series
- Microcontrollers NXP (Philips) ARM7: PCD807xx, SAF7780xxx series
- Microcontrollers NXP (Philips) ARM9: LPC31xx series
- Microcontrollers Texas Instruments: MSC12xx series, CC430 series
- Microcontrollers ZILOG: Z86/Z89xxx series
- Microcontrollers other: EM Microelectronic, Hitachi, Holtek, Novatek, Macronix, Samsung, Toshiba, Mitsubishi, Realtek, M-Square, ASP, Coreriver, Gencore, EXODUS Microelectronic, TinyARM, VersaChips, SunplusIT, M-Square, QIXIN, Signetic, Tekmos, Weltrend, Amic, Ember, Samsung, ABOV Semiconductor…
- compared with other Elnec programmers, the list of BeeProg3 programmer is not so wide, but devices support is added continuously. Elnec focused on the implementation of mostly used and frequenly asked chip. If you need to be implemented a device not listed in the actual device list and/or by OnDemand version of the software, remind us please, Elnec will add the support really quickly.
Use please AlgOR Service for that request.
- package support includes DIP, SDIP, PLCC, JLCC, SOIC, SOP, PSOP, SSOP, TSOP, TSOPII, TSSOP, QFP, PQFP, TQFP, VQFP, QFN (MLF), SON, BGA, EBGA, FBGA, VFBGA, UBGA, FTBGA, LAP, CSP, SCSP, LQFP, MQFP, HVQFN, QLP, QIP etc.
- It is important to say, Elnec always use random numbers data pattern for programming speed testing. Some our competitors use “sparse” data pattern, where only small amount of non-blank data are programmed or there are used data with only few 0 bits (FE, EF, etc.). This cheating approach can “decrease” programming time considerably. If you plan to compare, ask always which pattern they use.
- The programming speed practically doesn’t depend on PC type because data for programming and main part of programming algo are stored internally inside of the programmer.
- All devices mentioned below, including both NAND Flash, are programmed at their maximal speed, the programming time can not be shorter.
- Currently exist not very much devices, where the 30+ MB/s BeeProg3 programming speed can be utilized.
- Algorithms: only manufacturer approved or certified algorithms are used. Custom algorithms are available for an additional fee.
- Algorithm updates: software updates are available regularly, approx. every 4 weeks, free of charge. OnDemand version of software is available for highly needed chips support and/or bugs fixes. Available nearly daily, depending on requests.
- Main features: revision history, session logging, on-line help, device and algorithm information.
- intelligent device selection by device type, manufacturer or typed fragment of part name
- blank check, read, verify
- configuration and security program
- interpret the Jam Standard Test and Programming Language (STAPL), JEDEC standard JESD-71
- interpret the VME files compressed binary variation of SVF files
- interpret the SVF files (Serial Vector Format)
- interpret the Actel STAPL Player files
- insertion test
- contact check
- ID byte check
- production mode (automatic start immediately after device insertion)
- multi-project mode
- lot of serialization modes (more type of incremental modes, from-file mode, custom generator mode)
- count-down mode
- view/edit, find/replace
- fill/copy, move, byte swap, word/dword split
- checksum (byte, word)
- automatic file type identification/recognition
Supported file formats
- unformatted (raw) binary
- HEX: Intel, Intel EXT, Motorola S-record, MOS, Exormax, Tektronix, ASCII-SPACE-HEX,, ASCII HEX, Renesas Consolidated HEX
- Altera POF, JEDEC (ver. 3.0.A), eg. from ABEL, CUPL, PALASM, TANGO PLD, OrCAD PLD, PLD Designer ISDATA, etc.
- JAM (JEDEC STAPL Format), JBC (Jam STAPL Byte Code), STAPL (STAPL File) JEDEC standard JESD-71
- VME (ispVME file VME2.0/VME3.0)
- SVF (Serial Vector Format revision E)
- STP (Actel STAPL file)
PC system requirements
- Common, software related requirements:
- Minimal PC Requirements: Operating System: Windows XP, CPU: C2D, RAM: 1GB, Disk Space(Free): 500MB, USB 2.0 High Speed, LAN: 100Mb
- Optimal PC Requirements: Operating System: Windows 7, CPU: Core i3, RAM: 2GB, Disk Space(Free): 1GB, USB 2.0 High Speed, LAN: 1 GB
- Programmer hardware related requirements:
- either one USB port, 2.0 compatible
- or one LAN port
- operating voltage 100-240V AC rated, 90-264 VAC max., 47-63 HZ
- power consumption max. 25W active, about 5W sleep
- dimensions 139.5 x 189.5 x 48.5 mm (5.5 x 7.5 x 1.9 inch).
- Dimensions were measured without programming module inserted and does not include projections. Total height of BeeProg3 programmer with programming module inserted depends on height of ZIF socket on the module and can vary between 66-78 mm.
- weight of programmer without programming module: 1.25kg (2.75 lb)
- operating temperature 5°C ÷ 40°C (41°F ÷ 104°F)
- operating humidity 20%..80%, non condensing
- BeeProg3 programmer
- power cord (Europe / USA / Japan)
- connection cable PC-programmer, USB port
- diagnostic pod for selftest of the programmer and test of the calibration (AP3 diagnostic pod, 1x)
- programming module fixating screw (1x)
- AP3 anti-dust cover (1x)
- quick start guide
- CD with software and user’s manual
- calibration test report
- sticker “register your programmer” (1x)
- information leaflet “Notes about ESD” (1x)
- transport case (cardboard box)
- Keep Current – Elnec sends to user the latest version of programmer software and updated user documentation (Keep-Current package)
- AlgOR (Algorithms On Request) – add new supported devices at the customer’s request