Exchange data between PC and electronic board
Brost-buck Terratel USB Universal Programmer is a hardware device designed to write/read information to ROM (Read-Only Memory) and exchange data between PC and debugging electronic board over one of the interfaces.
SPI protocol allows providing ISP programmer functions for operating AVR microcontrollers from Atmel as well as to program multiple SPI Flash memory chips and exchange data over the existing protocol.
I2C protocol allows programming multiple I2C EEPROM chips and exchanging data over the existing protocol.
1-Wire protocol can be used to exchange/write data with 1-Wire EEPROM chips (various sensors, ID chips, etc.).
RS-485, RS-422 and RS-232 protocols are designed to exchange data when during the phase of debugging the target electronic board (debugging in a virtual terminal, sending/receiving commands to a target device).
- USB interface
- provides for working with interfaces featuring the voltage range of 2-6V
- provides for using the internal source for supplying power to the target chip with 3.3V and 5.0V voltage
- relevant high-level software is provided for each interface
- automatic adaptation of the programmer hardware based on the high-level software used with a specific interface