||Durham, NH – February 11th, 2009 — Intellitech Corporation, www.intellitech.com, the leader in lowering electronic product costs through IEEE 1149.1/JTAG, has announced that it has added support for the Infineon XC866 family of microcontrollers to its UltraTAP pod and PT100 concurrent testers used in volume manufacturing. The XC866 device family is based on the standard 8051 architecture with on-chip flash memory of 4-16k bytes, LIN bus and temperature ranges to +140C making them suitable for a variety of industrial and automotive applications. On-chip programming routines for the XC866 have been added to Intellitech’s popular Eclipse family of software to support loading microcode onto the devices while the microcontroller is in-situ on the PCB. A typical application of Intellitech’s PT00 testers would be to perform JTAG and analog tests of the PCB then download microcontroller test code onto the XC866, concurrently, on thirty-two or more at a time. This would be followed by concurrently programming the XC866 device with the customer’s mission mode program code on PCBs that pass all of the prior tests. “We continue our commitment to provide microcontroller and microprocessor support in our tools which customers can leverage to add functional test and on-chip FLASH programming” said CJ Clark, CEO of Intellitech Corporation.