BPM News, Updates and Awards
In-system programming (ISP) allows some devices to be programmed after it’s soldered on the PCB board. This allows firmware updates and small data uploads, integrating programming and final test into a single step.
Tape-In The X-Stream Series Tape Feeder System is the reliable, precise automated tape input peripheral for the BPM Microsystems automated programming systems. The X-Stream Series offers a broad range of carrier tape sizes, from 8 to 56mm. Tightly coupled with BPWin™...
A small segment of electronic manufacturing companies can use inline programming solutions effectively and economically, compared to off-line programming. A lack of flexibility, high cost, and the specter of obsolescence should raise questions about the long-term viability of Inline programming.
BPM launched 9th Generation universal site technology with advanced CSP (chip scale package) handling in 2016. We’re excited to announce BPM supports over 40,000 devices on 9th Gen, more than three times our closest competitor. The advanced sites are backward...
In the year that will be forever remembered for a global pandemic and world-wide business shut-downs, BPM enjoyed a 300% year-over-year installation growth for automated programming systems; in addition, BPM experienced 269% year-over-year sales growth in Manual Programmer revenue.
US Patent Approved 2/23/2021 An object detection system utilizes a teach cycle performed with an ingenious object detector that utilizes the pick-up nozzle. The height of the object is stored as the taught height to be used subsequently in repetitive operations by the...
Renesas R7F7015433AFP-C for Automotive Electrical Body Applications is one group of single-chip microcontrollers in the RH850/F1x series which is designed for automotive electrical body applications. While it achieves low power consumption, the internal flash memory ranges from 768KB to 2MB and the package covers a wide range from 100 to 176 pins.
BPM has the only supported solution for the Atmel/Microchip PLD ATF16V8B-15SU-T. Atmel devices are particularly “challenging” to support, and no one has as many Atmel devices supported as BPM (currently 4781).
BPM Microsystems is pleased to announce new device support for SanDisk and Hynix eMMC devices with significantly faster HS400 protocol. SanDisk SDINBDG4-8G is an 8GB iNAND Flash Storage device primarily for connected and autonomous cars. Hynix Semiconductor H26M41208HPRQ is an 8GB eMMC device in a standard FBGA153 package.
About BPM Microsystems
BPM Microsystems is a global provider of device programming systems, test and measurement systems, factory integration software and solutions for the semiconductor and electronics industries. Founded in 1985, BPM Microsystems serves more than 2,000 programming centers, original equipment manufacturers, contract manufacturers and semiconductor manufacturers in over 49 countries.