The Macraigor Systems Flash Programmer Software lets you program your Flash devices via the On-Chip Debug connector (BDM or JTAG) on your target system using a Macraigor hardware interface.
To get started, we recommend that you give the software a try. You will also need a JTAG/BDM interface.
Download the software, which you can run without a licence in demonstration mode. In demonstration mode, you will be able to test the ERASE, FILL, BLANK CHECK, CHECKSUM, UPLOAD flash content, and VIEW MEMORY functions of the software with your flash devices. This will enable you to establish the connectivity of your JTAG/BDM interface with the target CPU and test the correct functioning of the programming algorithm for your chosen Flash device.
Purchasing this license will turn the DEMO into a full working application that will allow you to program and verify your flash device using Motorola(.s19), Intel(.hex), and ELF(.elf) format files in addition to the functionality provided in the demo.
Flash Programming Software
The Stand-alone version of the Macraigor Flash Programming Software is a standard installed Windows application with a GUI front end. It facilitates programming of Flash devices on a target board via connecting a Macraigor Systems JTAG/BDM interface.
Two types of Stand-alone flash programming software are available:
The Flash Programmer is supported under Windows 98/ME, NT, 2000, 2003, XP, Vista32 and Windows 7 (32 and 64 bit) operating systems. The software may work with other operating systems and versions but has not been verified against such and is not guaranteed to work. On Vista and Windows 7, only the mpDemon and the Usb2Demon/Sprite and Usb2Wiggler are supported.
OCDemon Software Licencing
There are two methods of software licencing available, depending on your interface type:
Non-USB Interface Licencing
This method will licence your PC to program flash devices via any Macraigor Systems interface connected to it, including:
The procedure for licencing is:
USB Interface Licencing
This covers the following types of Macraigor Systems USB interface:
The procedure for licencing is:
This will allow you to use the licenced interface on any PC with the Flash Programming software installed.
As an alternative, you can instead licence your PC as you would for a non-USB type of interface. This will allow you to use any Macraigor interface on a single PC.
Additional licences may be purchased at the same time as your initial licence with a significant discount.
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It provides the connection for debugging target CPU code and for programming large on-board flash memory.
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It provides the connection for debugging target CPU code and for programming on-board flash memory.
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