Firmware update

Basic description #

AIR Commander Link and Link v2 can be updated via Entire’s web GUI. Firmware for the Link and Link v2 is burned in the Entire’s firmware. Available firmware version can differ per Entire’s firmware image.

Firmwar eupdate must be done twice, once for Link Receiver and once for Link Transmitter unit.

Update process #

STEP 1

(this step is usually already done)

  • Connect AIR Commander Link to UNI A/B/C port.
  • Configure port to AC Link mode.

STEP 2

  • Open Entire’s MENU
  • Navigate to Miscellaneous
  • Scroll down to “TOOLS”
  • Click to AC Link update tool

STEP 3

Follow commands shown in update tool window:

  • Disconnect device wire
  • Then press ENABLE

STEP 4

  • Reconnect device cable
  • Then press CONNECT

STEP 5

Now you should see:

  • connected device type and firmware version
  • Available firmware (if any)

 

  • Press “Update”

STEP 6

  • Entire will now upload new firmware
  • DO NOT POWER OFF

STEP 7

  • A successful firmware update is confirmed by a “SUCCESS” message.

STEP 8

  • Repeat process for Link Transmitter!

Recover device #

Life is not perfect. Firmware update failure may occur due to cable issue, power issue or many other reasons.
AIR Commander Link can be recovered from almost any failure, here is procedure:

STEP 1

  • Connect AIR Commander Link to UNI A/B/C port.
  • Configure port to AC Link mode.

STEP 2

  • Open Entire’s MENU
  • Navigate to Miscellaneous
  • Scroll down to “TOOLS”
  • Click to AC Link update tool

STEP 3

Follow commands shown in update tool window:

  • Disconnect device wire
  • Then press ENABLE

STEP 4

  • Reconnect device cable
  • Then press PROBLEMS?

STEP 5

New window will not show connected device.

  • Press “RECOVER!
  • Entire will now try to:
    • discover what kind of device is connected
    • detect proper firmware from internal database
    • recover device

STEP 6

  • Entire will now upload new firmware
  • DO NOT POWER OFF

STEP 7

  • A successful firmware update is confirmed by a “SUCCESS” message.

Basic description

AIR Commander Link and Link v2 can be updated via Entire’s web GUI. Firmware for the Link and Link v2 is burned in the Entire’s firmware. Available firmware version can differ per Entire’s firmware image.

Firmwar eupdate must be done twice, once for Link Receiver and once for Link Transmitter unit.

Update process

STEP 1

(this step is usually already done)

  • Connect AIR Commander Link to UNI A/B/C port.
  • Configure port to AC Link mode.

STEP 2

  • Open Entire’s MENU
  • Navigate to Miscellaneous
  • Scroll down to “TOOLS”
  • Click to AC Link update tool

STEP 3

Follow commands shown in update tool window:

  • Disconnect device wire
  • Then press ENABLE

STEP 4

  • Reconnect device cable
  • Then press CONNECT

STEP 5

Now you should see:

  • connected device type and firmware version
  • Available firmware (if any)

 

  • Press “Update”

STEP 6

  • Entire will now upload new firmware
  • DO NOT POWER OFF

STEP 7

  • A successful firmware update is confirmed by a “SUCCESS” message.

STEP 8

  • Repeat process for Link Transmitter!

Recover device

Life is not perfect. Firmware update failure may occur due to cable issue, power issue or many other reasons.
AIR Commander Link can be recovered from almost any failure, here is procedure:

STEP 1

  • Connect AIR Commander Link to UNI A/B/C port.
  • Configure port to AC Link mode.

STEP 2

  • Open Entire’s MENU
  • Navigate to Miscellaneous
  • Scroll down to “TOOLS”
  • Click to AC Link update tool

STEP 3

Follow commands shown in update tool window:

  • Disconnect device wire
  • Then press ENABLE

STEP 4

  • Reconnect device cable
  • Then press PROBLEMS?

STEP 5

New window will not show connected device.

  • Press “RECOVER!
  • Entire will now try to:
    • discover what kind of device is connected
    • detect proper firmware from internal database
    • recover device

STEP 6

  • Entire will now upload new firmware
  • DO NOT POWER OFF

STEP 7

  • A successful firmware update is confirmed by a “SUCCESS” message.