bpmmicro 3900

The ultimate choice for a fast moving generation


High-Speed Programming
The 3900 supports high programming speed for MCUs, eMMC HS400, NAND, NOR and Serial Flash and includes support for High speed signals up to 200Mhz support the latest eMMC HS400 modes with data transfer rates of 2.5ns per byte. Data transfer rates to 100MBytes/s for the industry’s fastest program /verify times, download image files up to 25 MB/s to all programmers simultaneously. Up to 9 times faster than competing universal programmers. The Largest Memory Support in the industry – 256 GB, upgradeable to 512 GB.

What’s Inside
Our Vector Engine Co-Processor accelerates flash memory waveforms during the programming cycle. The result is programming near the theoretical limits of the silicon design — the faster the device, the faster the device is programmed. Proprietary BPM Vision™ upward and downward vision system provides the most accurate and reliable handling. WhisperTeach™, includes our proprietary Auto-Z* feature, which removes reliance on the operator and ensures the teach accuracy for consistent placement. This provides the most reliable support for even the smallest CSP devices on the market.

True Universal Support
The 3900 offers True universal Support – One solution for all your device programming requirements and compatible with most existing 7THGEN and 8THGEN socket cards and algorithms, so our customers can retain the value of their investment in assets. One universal programming site for all devices reduces the number of systems, sites and sockets you need to buy, saving you money, training, complexity, floor space and reducing the size of the system.

High-Quality Socket Cards
Socket cards provide the electro-mechanical interface between your device and the programmer. They’re precisely designed to deliver high-fidelity waveforms to the programmable device, ensuring very high first-pass yield. Each individual socket card can be fully utilized and easily replaced to maintain full programming capacity. Our socket card design, with a receptacle socket option, ultimately increases your manufacturing uptime, produces higher first-pass yield, and saves replacement costs by as much as 75 percent.