universelles Debug- und Programmiertool
When firmware (for example an operating system) is transferred onto a hardware it is called ‘flashing’. Letting the device search for possible errors in the firmware it is called ‘debugging’.
But to be able to flash and debug at, you first have to buy a special hardware, a so-called “flasher” which communicates between your computer and the hardware in a certain language.
But because there are so many different languages and a flasher is not that cheap, you can’t often decide which flasher to get.
Or maybe you can with EMBED-IT’s universal FlashItAll board. You can use up to 6 different languages (interfaces) so you don’t have to stick to one flasher anymore. It has 2 ports, which consist of a FlasherCOM (Flashing) and a TargetCOM (Debugging). This makes our board the optimal development tool for your hardware and firmware.