DeviceClip is provided with an embedded control panel, thus no host software installation is required. Compatible with every operating system, all you need to fully control DeviceClip is just a browser. DeviceClip modular architecture allows the building of ISP tools provided with a large number of channels with no need of routers or switches. Only one host interface is required for managing all channels. And, when used in stand-alone mode, the host computer is not necessary at all.
Industrial ISP equipment has so far been implemented by using different, non universal tools from quite a few vendors. This leads to a high cost for ISP implementation on manufacturing lines. Different tools need more learning time (different interfaces, different commands, more spare parts, etc.).
DeviceClip runs a powerful server for the management of target variables (serial numbers, MAC addresses, calibration values or any other user-defined customization data). The result is a very easy target PCBA personalization. Target variables management can even be accomplished in stand-alone operating mode, when no host is connected. User’s pre-defined CSV files containing target board personalization data can be loaded on the SD card for being automatically managed by LynOS.
DeviceClip is very compact (only 100 x 60 x 10 mm), it was designed to be placed extremely close to the target (only a few millimeters away). This very compact size allows DeviceClip’s integration inside any test ﬁxture. DeviceClip is a perfect solution for complex test ﬁxtures, where space constraints often prevent the placement of tools close to the target.
•Comprehensive device support
•Maximum programming speed
•Extremely high number of parallel ISP channels
•Lower manufacturing cost
All DeviceClip signals are very robust and protected from overvoltages or shorts from the target PCB. Operations performed by DeviceClip are time-stamped and saved in log ﬁles on the SD Card, always available for traceability and analysis. Status of programming operations is constantly monitored for any faulty condition, immediately communicated to operators through a series of alarms. Also, very short target wiring reduces signal noise while enhancing process reliability.