Semi-Automatic Flash Programming Station

DPS20+ is a flashing station for multi-board in-system programming. It connects board panels directly through a pressure unit with a customized needle adapter. Equipped with up to 10 high speed programmer modules, it can process up to 1000 boards per hour - at a fraction of the cost of a chip programming robot. DPS20+ is the ideal solution for after-placement programming and medium series production.


Programming modules are compatible to the GALEP-5D programmer and contain the same CPU kernel and programming hardware.

Through its Ethernet connector, DPS20+ can be controlled from any PC in the network. Serial numbers or calibration/test data can be stored in a database on the network PC.

Operation is automatical and requires only manually opening and closing the pressure unit for replacing the boards.

Pass/fail marks can be applied to individual boards with a motorized board marker.

Programming, calibration, and board test is controlled by the GalepX script language. The language makes it easy to implement additional customer-specific functions.


Lean solution with low cost for small and medium series production.

Fast production cycles due to simultaneous multi-board programming.

Devices are programmed just-in-time. No inventory management of pre-programmed devices.

New software versions don't require reprogramming or replacement of pre-programmed devices.

No risk of heat-induced damage to programmed data in the soldering process, especially with flash devices.

Devices can be on-board tested and calibrated.

Technical Specifications

  • Parallel mechanical pressure unit
  • Customer specific needle adapter
  • PCB panel area dimensions: ca. 350 x 230 mm
  • Multi-board panels with up to 10 boards
  • Monitoring of up to 4 voltages
  • Processes up to 1000 bords per hour
  • Optional board marker motors
  • Ethernet 10/100 connector
  • 4, 6, or 10 internal GALEP-5F programmer modules
  • Programming specifications see GALEP-5D
  • Script language for customer-specific functions