We specialize is offering unique products and services for the
embedded electronics industry. We develop, produce and manufacturer hardware
solutions for a variety of applications, including Flash memory devices (NOR
and NAND types), SPI programmable devices, JTAG applications, USB hardware development,
wireless communication stacks, and end-user
software design and development.
June 18, 2017: New software updates for
FlashcatUSB Classic (build 446) and Professional (build 130) have been
June 4, 2017: New BETA software updates for FlashcatUSB Classic and Professional are ready. Extension port transfer
speed has been increased by more than 25%. The NAND engine has been
updated, and a new tool (Block
Manager) has been added to allow real-time interactation with the block
map feature. Download Build 445
(FCUSB Classic). Download Build 125
May 11, 2017:
FlashcatUSB build 434 has been posted.
Download here. Changes include all of the updates from the BETA and
25% increase in NAND read/write performance. In addition, FlashcatUSB
Professional Build 120 BETA has been posted as well.
Download here. Support for the Extension Port (NOR X8, X16 and NAND)
has been added.
April 20, 2017:
FlashcatUSB BETA software build 430 is now available. This version includes a
new updated firmware (4.18). And includes over a dozen new changes,
updated Flash SPI database (over 20 new ISSI devices added), and the
software has better quad I/O support. With this version, you can now
connect to a SPI flash in quad mode and be able to perform read/write
operations. In addition, the interface has been upgraded to now support
device-specific configurations (if available) for select SPI devices (see
screenshot). If you have a SPI with non-vol settings that you need
to use, contact us to add support. And finally, a major
Professional software update is going to be posted within a few
days. We are currently busy testing the new library and functions with
the thousands of Flash devices we currently support.
March 19, 2017:
Professional (PCB 3.0) is now available. Quantities are limited.
SO-44 Adapters for the Extension port have been revised and now include
an on board charge pump to supply VPP with up to 12v (required for some
Flashes). The DIP32 adapters is now available as well.
January 16, 2017: FlashcatUSB build 406 BETA is
now available for download. A new
firmware version (4.13) is included. The Flash database has been
updated, new flash writing timing feature has been added, and the Flash
writing tab has been updated.
December 20, 2016: FlashcatUSB build 404 and
firmware version 4.12 BETA is now available for download. Includes updated NAND
engine, and SPI flash database.
FlashcatUSB Professional is now available for pre-order, this new
PCB 3.x version includes over 10 times the performance of the previous
November 20, 2016: FlashcatUSB build 400 and
firmware version 4.12 BETA is now available. This version includes
the new upgraded NAND engine that supports all of the newly added NAND
flash devices. In addition, the software buffer has been changed to
allow files to be read and written to via a stream, instead of coping
the entire file to memory prior to performing a read or write operation.
November 11, 2016:
WSON-8 SPI sockets are now available as well as TSOP-48 adapters for NAND type
November 6, 2016: FlashcatUSB Software version 392
is available for
download. Updated several bugs that have been reported. Also added
Nordic nRF24LU1+ device support. AVR firmware has been updated to 4.10.
October 16, 2016: FlashcatUSB Software version 390
is available for download This version features a new upgraded AVR firmware (4.09)
that adds full support for the Extension Port and adapters. The new NAND
Flash feature (screenshot) allows full
programming of NAND Flash memory via the TSOP-48 Type-B socket. SPI
database has been upgraded, and the Micron N25Q512 device support has
September 10, 2016: FlashcatUSB build 380 BETA
with new AVR firmware (4.07) is ready for
download. This version (which is mostly for BETA users) adds support
for the PLCC-32 and TSOP-48 socket adapters, and also adds over a dozen
new SPI Flash memory devices.
July 20, 2016: A new update is ready for
download. Software build 371 includes
many updates for the SPI engine, including adding the ability to switch
between page and extended page options for Atmel / Adesto series 45
devices. See screenshot.
July 18, 2016: The
FlashcatUSB Extension Port is now in production. This new add-on
device adds support for CFI / parallel memory devices (PLCC-32, TSOP-48,
TSOP-56, etc.) directly without using JTAG.
May 22, 2016: Software has been updated to build 370.
Changes include support for I2C devices with 8bit addressing, additional
SPI EEPROMS added, script engine updated, better device compatibility,
New arrival: DIP8 socket (version 2) now in
stock, this version includes support for both SPI and I2C devices!
March 22, 2016: A new software update is available for
download. Build 368 includes updated Flash database,
JTAG support for Lattice CPLD, updated SVF Player, script engine fixes,
February 2, 2016: Software version 365 and source code
are now available for
Software now includes support for SQI devices.
1.8v SPI adapters are now in stock (purchase
January 16, 2016: Software version 365 is being
finished at the moment, it will be available in about 1 week. In
addition, the CMOS memory adapter is
November 30, 2015: Software update
(build 362) - includes updated SPI database and now supports
CMOS memory (i.e. W49F002U) via a low-cost PLCC32 adapter that
we are now producing. If you need this adapter, send us a email
so we can get you on the wait-list.
November 1, 2015: Software update (build 355) -
includes Repeat Write Operation feature, as well as
adds predefined settings for ST M95xxx series.
October 20, 2015: Software has been upgraded to RC18 Build 352!
August 25, 2015: Device has been upgraded to now
support I2C EEPROM (see screenshot)!
July 31, 2015: Software has been updated to RC17,
build 350! Lots of new features. Also includes new firmware for
PCB 2.x boards.
June 19, 2015: PCB version 2.1 is in stock and is now
shipping! See picture here
May 14, 2015: SPI test clips are now available for
sale. These are wired specifically to work with FCUSB.
April 5, 2015: Software has been updated to build 345.
Our embedded solutions include
circuit board design, manufacture, component
assembly and PCB rework. We offer a wide range of industry standard
technologies including high-pitch surface mount technologies,
including QFN and BGA packages. We
also offer embedded technology consulting for companies that may
want to explore different options available.
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development services are very efficient, low-cost, and fast. Our
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