The Backup Boot Flash Kit (Dual SO8W) is used as a Serial Flash Emulator for easy code development to reduce your time to market. Our Backup Boot Flash tool (included) can be connected to the application by 3 different methods:
On the Two Main Serial flash packages soldered on board by using our Dedicated BBF Test Clip (included).
On our Two SMT 1.27mm Pin Headers (included) soldered in place of the Two Main Serial flash footprints for a better stability by using the appropriate 2.54mm to 1.27mm cable adaptor-dual header (included)
On your application 2.54mm (2X5) BBF connector (if application designed with) by using the appropriate BBF cable (included).
Your application will work automatically on the Two Backup SPI Flash inserted in our tool is SO8W sockets that can be changed easily or even updated easily for new trials with our SF100 programmer (included). Our Kit is completely transparent for the application and will offer to developer high flexibility for code trials or update. The Kit is frequently used to boot failing computers and use the Flash Utility tools to update the corrupted Bios memories.
Please note that the BBF modules only support 3.3V/2.5V IC.
For offline programming demand only, it is recommended to use socket adaptor.
Dual Serial Flash emulator transparent for the application
Compatible with most of the applications (no hardware modification needed)
Disable automatically the Two main serial flash soldered on board (no need to remove them)
Image download speed at 1Mbits/s to SPI flash and read at 2Mbits/s
Signal conflict protections
Application Hardware Requirement
Pull up resistor between Hold Pin and Vcc if serial flash on the application is not removed (schematics available under request).
The two application serial flash must use the same SPI bus been driven by two different chip select.
Email to email@example.com for the schematic request.
SF100 x 1:
SF100 Programmer (SF100) to update both Backup Serial Flash x 1
USB cable x 1
SF100 ISP Cable (ISP1-CB) x 1
Universal Adaptor (ISP-UADP-127) x 1, which also includes:
SF100 ISP cable (BBF-CB) x 1
1.27mm 2x4 cable with female header (CB-24-127) x 1
CD-ROM (Included Software, specifications and user manual) x 1
BBF-D8W x 1:
Backup Boot Flash Module-Dual SO8W sockets (BBF-D8W) x 1
BBF cable with 2.54mm pitch 2x5 female header (BBF-CB) x 1
SO8 Connection Adaptor for BBF (BBF-CON-8) x 1, which also includes:
1.27mm 2x4 SMT male header(10.3mm) x 2
1.27mm 2x4 SMT male header(6.0mm) x 2
BBF Grabber Cables For Dual SPI (BBF-Grabber-Cable) x 2
1.27mm 2x4 cable with female header (CB-24-127) x 1
BBF Test Clip-Dual SO8 Flash (BBF-2TC-8) for two Serial Flash: SO8N and SO8W compatible x 1
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