firmware.binfile is copied to the root of the
CONFIG/volume (refer to Storage volumes).
Safely eject the USB volume(s)
Power down the device
Power up the device via USB and wait a few minutes to let the device complete the update
CONFIG/volume and delete the
firmware.binfile (to avoid repeated updates)
Open the device.json file to verify that the firmware was updated
Migrate the device configuration if the new firmware uses a changed configuration file1
It is important that the
firmware.bin file is deleted from the device after a successful firmware update to avoid repeated updates.
CANmod.temp Firmware Files¶
# Change Log All notable changes to CANmod.temp firmware will be documented in this file. Types of changes: - "Added": New features - "Changed": Changes to existing functionality - "Deprecated": Soon-to-be removed features - "Removed": Removed features - "Fixed": Bug fixes - "Known issues": Known issues - "Warning": Warnings ## [01.02.01] - 2021-08-16 ### Changed - Temperature output frequency increased from 1Hz to 5Hz ## [01.01.04] - 2021-05-07 ### Changed - Application not started if an invalid custom configuration file is located in the CONFIG volume (indicated by continuous toggling of the PWR LED) - Clearer indication of CAN-bus activity on CH1 LED (yellow) ### Fixed - Fix to how the thermocouple type is loaded from the configuration file ## [01.01.03] - 2021-04-08 ### Known issues - Does potentially not load thermocouple type correctly from configuration file ## [01.01.02] - 2021-04-08 ## [01.01.01] - 2021-04-08
The firmware version numbering is
[MAJOR].[MINOR].[PATCH]. If either the Major or Minor number has changed, then the device configuration needs to be migrated to the updated configuration file (named