GOEPEL Launches WLAN Connection for Boundary Scan Controller


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GOEPEL electronic’s JTAG/Boundary Scan controller SCANFLEX II Cube gets an optional wireless LAN interface. Previously, the controller had USB 3.0 or LAN interfaces as standard. With the new option, another control interface is now available.

SCANFLEX II Cube is a modular JTAG/Boundary Scan controller. Utilizing state-of-the-art multi-core processors and FPGAs, the user can run all Embedded JTAG Solutions technologies for testing and programming of electronic assemblies. Thanks to the multifunctional architecture, the technologies can be combined flexibly and with high performance on one platform. SCANFLEX II has eight independent, truly parallel Test Access Ports (TAP) for up to 100MHz. This enables the synchronized execution of embedded test, debug and programming operations via Boundary Scan (IEEE 1149.x), processor emulation, chip integrated instruments or the embedded diagnostics method. ´

The WLAN option offers advantages in terms of ease of integration into existing wireless infrastructures and easy use as a resource in a user pool. The user software is SYSTEM CASCON, an integrated platform solution for the generation and execution of embedded functional tests, programming and board test procedures. After linking the controller to the desired SYSTEM CASCON station, all operations can be performed via the WLAN network. The WLAN option can be retrofitted at any time and requires no special software installation.

GOEPEL electronic is a leading provider of innovative test and inspection solutions for printed circuit board assemblies (PCBAs) and electronic devices and systems. The company is divided into four divisions:

  • Automotive Test Solutions
  • Embedded JTAG Solutions
  • Industrial Function Test
  • Inspection Solutions AOI·AXI·SPI·IVS

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