| aHexChange Loader |
Last Modified: 2011-03-18
The Acroname aHexChange is an application for programming firmware onto embedded chips with an Intel Hex file. It is a command line tool that writes the data into FLASH memory on the target chip.
This tool is a command-line tool so it can be readily incorporated into more complex build processes, IDE's (as an external tool), etc. It also can then be remotely run without the need for display access, etc.
> aHexChange yourfirmware.hex
A large number of embedded chips are available for integration into countless applications. aHexChange's support is growing as new chips get incorporated.
If you have a chip not listed and would like to see it supported, we can add it provided we are given a permanent reference board for regression testing/support. We need this to ensure that every supported chip can be tested as we improve the software.
A list of currently supported chips:
The aHexChange software along with our pre-built toolchains and other tools can be downloaded via our download system. This system requires a simple login and we don't share information and only contact based on options you select (opt-in only). We use this system to manage frequent updates, release notes, and user-submitted requests, etc. Access this system from the link on the top navigation bar of any of our website pages.
Typical use involves connecting a link to the target chip running in bootloader mode via a serial or similar port. The aHexChange software download includes an informational file with additional usage instructions.
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