Updating panelview firmware
An AIC module would supply power to the PIC module for me while connected to the Panel View. I put the firmware files on my CF card from my laptop, then I inserted into the Panel View and rebooted just to try it...where in the help file does it say you can do this mind you, I thought I would just try it..it ended up working...about 10 minutes later, the firmware transferred and the Panel View 550 booted up with FRN 4.41.
If you have better luck than me, you should be able to use the COM port option to transfer the firmware.
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These are full recovery images and should always be kept with the console.3.70 (05/16/2017) Includes Fixture Library 06-April-2017 Includes M-Series Manager 22.214.171.1240 Added support for M1 HD and M2GO HD Removed support for Maxxyz Compact Updated Firmware for Frontpanel, USB DMX, Timecode and Midi PCB (see firmware document) to support faster USB communication Added support for Windows 10 Creators Update (Version 1703) New Features M-Series 3.70 introduces a completely redesigned display and view managment to improve workflow and speed.
Relative to the overall usage of those who have this installed, most are running it on Windows 7 (SP1).So now that I've realized I am in a catch 22 situation, I wasn't sure what to do next.I tried plugging the Panel View back in to the SLC port but then the firmware software actually detected that scenario and gave me an error that said "Network Traffic Detected".Since I have never done this personally, I went searching on the Internet first at Rockwell's website.Apparently Rockwell has removed all the firmware downloads from the website for older Panel View. I made a call to my Allen Bradley distributor who informed me that the firmware software is located on the Panel Builder 32 installer cd-rom.
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In the case of needing to upgrade firmware would fall into this category.