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An advanced smartcard programmer that directly supports all popular PIC-based and AVR-based (Fun) cards. The hardware based phoenix interface makes it compatible with most third party phoenix software. This combination makes it a very powerful hybrid programmer with great compatibility.



Complete install (v1.60 build 1529)
Complete diskimage
ntfytool (Linux) (v1.1)
Users manual (english)
Users manual (german)
Users manual (finnish)
Users manual (dutch)
Users manual (french)
Users manual (greek)
PH/SM testsoftware

Installation instructions
 Windows 98
 Windows ME
 Windows 2000
 Windows XP/Vista/7

User's guide (web)

Frequently Asked Questions

How to
 Identify serialnumbers
 Use the commandline interface
 Use the Phoenix/Smartmouse interface

User forum

Infinity USB Phoenix is connected to and powersupplied by a USB (Universal Serial Bus) port. Just one standard A-B USB-cable is needed (no need for an additional DC-adaptor).
Being USB1.1 compliant and working on both USB1.1 and USB2.0 controllers, ensures future compatibility.
When not in use, Infinity USB Phoenix enters a powerdown state using only 0.06 Watt (0.5kWh/year).

Phoenix/Smartmouse mode is possible by using the built in Phoenix/Smartmouse hardware. Existing 3rd party software compatibility is ensured, as a standard serial/COMport is used. In Phoenix/Smartmouse mode, the Infinity USB Phoenix is powered by the USBport, while communicating over the COMport.
In standard Infinity USB mode only the USB cable is used for both communication and powersupply.

Phoenix/Smartmouse modes are easily changed (pressing a single button in software), and both 3.58MHz, 3.68MHz and 6.00MHz can be selected, aswell as Phoenix or Smartmouse mode.

Infinity USB Phoenix programs most popular smartcards on the market.
For a complete list of all supported smartcards, please see the product-matrix.

Further cards/combinations of CPU/EEPROM will be added when new cards are available. The generic hardware/firmware ensures that only a software download will be needed for adding most new cards.

Infinity USB Phoenix is based on a 24MHz RISC processor, and has some of the fastest programming times of any programmer on the market.

The following are times measured while programming and verifying entire cards.

Goldcard12 seconds
Silvercard58 seconds
JupiterCard14 seconds
Funcard48 seconds
FunCard ATmega16150 seconds

These are maximum times. The programming algorithms are optimized in any way possible, ensuring as short programming times as possible. Hexfiles which only takes up half the space of a card, takes only half the time to program.

Software runs under Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows XP, Windows XP64, Windows Vista and Windows 7.
It has been developed with ease of use in mind, and automatically detects which type of card is inserted. Furthermore it has an advanced detection algorithm, for detecting unknown cards.

A short overview of the software can be seen on these screenshots:





Or even better, download the software from the download page and try it out before buying! (Some features are only accessible when hardware is connected).

The user-interface has been translated into the following languages:
English Danish German French Turkish
Spanish Italian Flemish Dutch Swedish
Finnish Polish Czechish Hungarian Estonian
Icelandic Norwegian Portuguese Greek 

Software updates are free of charge, and can be downloaded from the download page.

What other thinks? Infinity USB Phoenix has been independently reviewed by www.duwgati.com, find the review here.

For a short walk-through of the software by Duwgati, click here.

An overview of all products can be found on the product-matrix.
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