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Question #29
Can I find the firmware version of my gyro without connecting it to the computer?
Answer

After the configuration mode is completed the LED will remain switched on for a further 30 seconds. It will then briefly switch off before the flashing sequence begins. The sequence consists of sixteen LED flashes separated in four groups with a brief pause between groups. After the last flash there is a 10sec delay before the sequence repeats. At the example below we represent a short LED flash with a dot and a long led flash with a dash.

. . . .    . . . _    . . . .    _ . . .    (10sec delay)    . . . .    . . . _    . . . .    _ . . .

Each group represents one digit of the firmware version which can be interpreted using the table below. Using the table the above example represents digits 0 1 0 8 meaning firmware version 1.08

. . . .  = 0
. . . _  = 1
. . _ .  = 2
. . _ _  = 3
. _ . .  = 4
. _ . _  = 5
. _ _ .  = 6
. _ _ _  = 7
_ . . .  = 8
_ . . _  = 9

 

Please note: 

If your gyro firmware version is 1.07 or earlier the method described above will not work. For these gyros it is only possible to find the firmware version by connecting your gyro to a PC or Pocket PC using a Flash-Link or Blue-Link interface.

Gyros produced since January 2009 show the firmware version on the barcode label at the back of the box.



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