Firmware Files

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Modero S Series Touch Panels Firmware

Prerequisites:

  • TPDesign4 3.3.0 build 674 or later, with G4 Support Files version 3.3.53 or later
  • Intercom module v1.9 or later (if using with Intercom)
  • SIP module 2.11 or later (if using with SIP)

Changes in this release:

  • Fixed the new Command ^EPR. See Programming Information below
  • Fixed the scenario where the graphics would not update on the display
  • Fixed the scenario where the panel drops offline to the AMX master and does not recover the connection
  • Made a change so that a press while a subpage viewer is still scrolling will not generate a PUSH/RELEASE
  • Made changes to improve the general usability of subpage scrolling
  • SIP bug fix when using 8.6 Cisco Call Manager (CUCM), when calling the panel (the panel would just keep ringing) and not answer
  • Improved performance with the resistive touch overlay on the 7" panels

Known Issues

VIDEO:

  • The following streaming video modes are supported for the 7" Modero S Touch Panels: MPEG2 video and MP2/MP3 audio over MPEG2 Transport Streams (from MAX-CSE or Vision2 Server), H.264 video and AAC audio over MPEG2 Transport Streams (from MXA-MPL or Vision2 Server), and Motion JPEG over HTTP. 3rd Party MPEG2 and H.264 encoders have not been tested, are not supported by AMX, and may or may not work. Please see the Modero S Programming Guide for more detailed recommendations on video configuration
  • The following streaming video modes are supported for the 4.3" Modero S Touch Panels: Motion JPEG over HTTP
  • Streaming Video/audio performance can depend on multiple factors, like: downscaling ratio, network bandwidth, network congestion, other simultaneous panel activities, stream characteristics (bit rate, encoding method), etc. There is no buffering on the panel for video streams (though there is a small latency), so any anomaly in the network can result in a visible (or audible) glitch. To help improve performance in challenging environments, consider reducing the resolution of the content (480p is recommended), reducing the bit rate of the stream, reducing the downscaling ratio, and preserving the aspect ratio.
  • For any type of streaming video, there could be a 1-3 second latency. For Motion JPEG, this latency can be improved by using smaller (i.e. < 800x480) video buttons and/or reducing the frame rate of the server.

BLUETOOTH:

  • A Bluetooth handset (i.e. MXA-HST) can occasionally fail to reconnect automatically if powered off or carried out of range, then brought back into range. In this case, the user can manually reconnect by going to the Bluetooth setup pages.

RECOVERY:

  • It may take several presses to get the touch to register if attempting to use the "Dots During Boot" firmware rollback method. Firmware rollback is also available from the Setup Pages menu if needed.

Known Issues

New or Modified Send Commands:

--Subpage Viewer--
^EPR-<addressArray>,<state>
Execute Push on Release. This set the subpage viewer in a mode where a push will not be sent to the master until a touch release is received. Any movement of the finger during the screen press will cause neither the press nor the release to be sent. State 0 is off, State 1 is on.

Example:
Send_command 10001:1:0,'^EPR-401,1'


ZIP | 48.53 MB | v. 2.106.08 | 2014-01-24
MSD-1001
MSD-431
MSD-701
MST-1001
MST-431
MST-701
Modero X Series G5 Touch Panels Firmware

Changes in this release:
The newest Modero X touch panels are based on G5, the latest operating system from AMX. Please review the programmer’s primer regarding G4 to G5 differences, located at http://www.amx.com/products/TPDesign5.asp G4 touch panel files must be converted to G5-compatible files before use with G5 touch panels. Use the G4 Utility tool to convert panel pages from G4 to G5. Refer to the Configuration and Programming Guide for Modero X Series G5 Touch Panels for information regarding NetLinx code modifications required to support G5 panels.

New Features in This Release:

  • Update Manager: Change your touch panel's firmware easily via settings page (Internet connection required).
  • Support for password protected page flips.
  • Changed subpage scroll behavior to be based on user touch velocity. Subpages no longer "dock" into place but now move more fluidly. (Subpage behavior in response to send commands is unchanged.)
  • The closing of a system keyboard/keypad (via double down arrow) now sends an ABORT string to the master.
  • A "Loading" dialog is displayed when a new touch panel project loads after startup or after transferring a new TPDesign5 project.
  • Support for Apple mice.

New Apps in This Release:

  • Updated Skype app to newest version (5.0.0.49715) for full Microsoft support and optimal performance.
  • Added the Autonomic Mirage Media Controller app.

Firmware Issues Fixed in This Release:

Performance Enhancements

  • Improved send command performance: incoming send commands are parsed and processed approximately 10 times faster.
  • Improved graphics performance: higher refresh rate for motion effects including subpages, animations, draggable popups, and popup effects.
  • Improved video performance for camera via updated processor firmware.
  • Eliminated redundant and excessive messages reported to the master when the panel comes online.
  • Resolved intermittent lockup problems after transferring pages from TPDesign5.
  • Improved consistency of default settings when reverting to factory defaults.

SIP/Intercom

  • Fixed a lockup that was occurring when a SIP call was hung up before it had yet connected.
  • Expanded available SIP server port numbers beyond default port 5060 (to full 16-bit range).
  • Resolved connection issue with some Mobotix IP cameras.

Commands

  • Fixed ^GLL and ^GLH commands so that the bar graph range type is set and reported to the master correctly.
  • Resolved issue with ^BSP not working on offscreen pages.
  • Fixed problem with Function Show not showing all values and losing button addresses when enabled.

Popups/Subpages

  • Resolved issues with popup show and hide effects.
  • Resolved subpage send commands not working on offscreen pages.
  • Resolved popup groups not maintaining mutual exclusion on offscreen pages.
  • Addresses issue with power up popups intermittently not appearing.
  • Added further support for pages/popups/subpages named using non-consecutive extended ASCII characters.

Known Issues/Requests

SIP/Intercom:

  • SIP call transfer, call message waiting, and extended DTMF not currently supported.
  • When using the intercom module and supplied intercom UI, the panel name cannot be edited from the panels.
  • Intercom call audio from a G5 microphone is not supported on an Apple iPad.

Video:

  • MJPG sources that could be entered as a streaming video fill (using an http://server/image.mjpg URL) are not supported. They must be entered in the dynamic images resource list.
  • Video glitches with 576i PAL component video from MPL. Use an alternate format as a workaround.
  • When using the MPL video with video fill set to Audio and Video, if no audio is on the HDMI input the video will routinely glitch until the setting is corrected. Use the ^SLT command to set audio/video mode to “video” (‘^SLT-1,audiovideoenable=video’) to optimize video performance.
  • On rare occurrences, some video undergoes buffering for a few seconds, video freezes, or the panel forces reboot.

Audio:

  • Audio extraction is not supported from the panel.

General:

  • Firmware transfers sometimes fail when ICSP encryption is enabled and HTTP Server for Kit file transfers is disabled in NetLinx Studio. As a workaround, use the new Update Manager feature to update panel firmware.

UI:

  • Some text may render differently between TPD5 and the G5 panel. The font rendering engines are not identical between the TPD5 Windows application and the Panel firmware, so there can be slight differences in font spacing, word wrapping, etc.
  • Popup page timeout is not extended when the user is holding a button on the popup page.
  • Limited support for Chameleon Images in G5. Some forms of Chameleon Images are not rendered in the same manner. These images must be reworked.

USB/Bluetooth:

  • If the Bluetooth dongle is inserted/removed, the panel may require reboot to recognize the change in configuration.
  • USB Headsets are not supported.
  • The Bluetooth device discovery scan will display all Bluetooth devices in range even though their connection types may not be supported by the panel.

3rd Party Applications:

  • General - Any application that uses notifications has no way of indicating to the user that a notification occurs unless the Show Status action was implemented on a G5 page.
  • Skype - Occasionally the video will glitch or lose audio/video synchronization.
  • Browser - The browser will intermittently close if left on a page with animations for multiple days.
  • Weather - Forecast only supported in landscape panels (orange tab selection at bottom causes stop). Radar only supported in portrait panels. Weather data may not load if System language is not English.
  • Dropbox - App settings page has an option to "Turn on Camera Upload" but the panel camera cannot take pictures, so this option is not functional.
  • Mail - App settings page has a reference to Wi-Fi under Mail Settings->Data Usage, which actually refers to the wired Ethernet connection.
  • TextMaker - Clicking internet links in documents intermittently freezes panel. Presentation animations could crash the app.
  • VNC - Intermittent failures in application. VNC will display previous session screencap after disconnect.


ZIP | 204.64 MB | v. 1.2.14 | 2014-12-18
MXD-1001
MXD-1901-PAN
MXD-2001-PAN
MXD-701
MXT-1001
MXT-1901-PAN
MXT-2001-PAN
MXT-701
Modero X Series Panoramic Touch Panels Firmware

Prerequisites:

  • TPDesign4 3.3.0 build 672 or later, with G4 Support Files version 3.3.44 or later
  • Intercom module v1.9 or later (if using with Intercom)
  • SIP module 2.11 or later (if using with SIP)
  • MXA-MPL 2.1.112 (if using with Multi Preview Live)

Changes in This Release:

  • Fixed the scenario where the graphics would not update on the display
  • Fixed the scenario where the panel drops offline to the AMX master and does not recover the connection
  • Cleaned up some problems with subpage scrolling behaving erratically
  • Made a change so that a press while a subpage viewer is still scrolling will not generate a PUSH/RELEASE
  • Added a new Command ^EPR. See Programming Information for usage
  • Made a change to the touch driver that allows panels to better recover from changes in noisy environments
  • Fixed several stability issues that would lead to panel reboots or screen lockups. Most of the changes address problems involving applications using dynamic jpeg images or the panel preview feature of the MXA-MP or MXA-MPL device. Also increased stability during heavy or unreliable network activity between the panel and the NI Controller.

Known Issues:

VIDEO:

  • The following streaming video modes are supported: MPEG2 video and MP2/MP3 audio over MPEG2 Transport Streams (from MAX-CSE or Vision2 Server), H.264 video and AAC audio over MPEG2 Transport Streams (from MXA-MPL or Vision2 Server), and Motion JPEG over HTTP. 3rd Party MPEG2 and H.264 encoders have not been tested, are not supported by AMX, and may or may not work. Please see the Modero X Programming Guide for more detailed recommendations on video configuration.
  • Streaming Video/audio performance can depend on multiple factors, such as; downscaling ratio, network bandwidth, network congestion, other simultaneous panel activities, stream characteristics (bit rate, encoding method), etc. There is no buffering on the panel for video streams (though there is a small latency), so any anomoly in the network can result in a visible (or audible) glitch. To help improve performance in challenging environments, consider reducing the resolution of the content (480p is recommended), reducing the bit rate of the stream, reducing the downscaling ratio, and preserving the aspect ratio. It is also highly recommended that Modero X Series touch panels (and MPLs if applicable) be placed behind a smart switch in order to filter out unintended multicast streams.
  • Hardware constraints limit video windows to 8 pixel boundaries. If necessary, video will be automatically shifted accordingly (but the containing button will not be shifted). Consequently, black bars may appear and/or video may appear off center. To avoid this, you can make height, width, x, and y of the video button multiples of 8. There are a few exceptions to this rule:
    • For landscape panels: If width of the video > 1015, the above values should be multiples of 16 to avoid overscanning
    • For Portrait panels: If height of the video > 1007, the above values should be multiples of 16 to avoid overscanning
    • On 19" portrait panels - because panel width (530) is not a multiple of 8, 530-x-width should be a multiple of 8 (i.e. if the button is placed at the left edge, 2 pixels will be cropped from the left)
    • On 19" landscape panels - because panel height 530 is not a multiple of 8, 530-y-height should be a multiple of 8 (i.e. if the button is placed at the top edge, 2 pixels will be cropped from the top)
  • For any type of streaming video, there could be a 1-3 second latency. For Motion JPEG, this latency can be improved by using smaller (i.e. < 800x480) video buttons and/or reducing the frame rate of the server.
  • Hardware accelerated video decoding (MPEG2, MJPEG) has a height limitation of 1024 pixels in height (affects portrait panels only). Automatic cropping will occur if a taller button is used.
  • If the panel detects that audio and video are drifting during playback (i.e. getting out of sync with each other), the video stream will be resynced. While that is occuring, the last frame will be frozen and audio will cut out, typically for 1-2 seconds. In most environments, this should not occur more that once in 1-2 hours of video playback (and once in 3 hours for MXA-MPL playback).

GRAPHICS:

  • Any animations present on the destination page will freeze during the transition, then continue (note this is different from MVP-9000i behavior)

BLUETOOTH:

  • A Bluetooth handset (i.e. MXA-HST) can occasionally fail to reconnect automatically if powered off or carried out of range, then brought back into range. In this case, the user can manually reconnect by going to the Bluetooth setup pages

ZIP | 47.67 MB | v. 2.104.43 | 2013-11-26
MXD-1000
MXD-1000-NC
MXD-1900L-PAN
MXD-1900L-PAN-NC
MXD-2000XL-PAN
MXD-2000XL-PAN-NC
MXD-430
MXD-700
MXD-700-NC
MXT-1000
MXT-1000-NC
MXT-1900L-PAN
MXT-1900L-PAN-NC
MXT-2000XL-PAN
MXT-2000XL-PAN-NC
MXT-700
MXT-700-NC
Modero MVP-9000i Touch Panel Firmware

Order updated FCC label - no charge

Changes in this release:
Fixed issue with the flyout buttons on the left side of the front panel. The panel will appear to stall and possibly revert to the main startup page if any of the four flyout buttons are pressed after a bootup but before the capacitive touch pad on the right side of the front panel is pressed.

Known Issues:

DOCK AND UNDOCK:

  • If a panel is docked, any loss of network connectivity on the wired interface (such as a connected switch going down) may lead to unexpected issues like one way voice or inability to connect to remote servers (e.g. for SIP, dynamic images).
  • If the wired interface will not be used (in other words, the docking station is being used for storage and charging only), the Wired network settings should be left at their factory defaults (DHCP).

TABLE DOCK LATCH:

  • When the panel is removed from a dock with the Table Dock Latch set to "off" it will take longer for the panel to reconnect wirelessly than usual. The panel waits for the master to timeout the device number, and then reconnects to the master with the same device number. With non-encrypted ICSP, the panel disconnects and reconnects to a master in about 3-4 seconds. Encrypted ICSP will take around 15-20 seconds to reconnect. It is recommended not to use wired ethernet if the panel is set to forced undocks to avoid the transition time between wired and wireless modes.

USB:

  • TPD4 file with wrong resolution can be downloaded.
  • OTG USB host is sometimes not recognized upon plugging in. Unplugging and replugging should fix.

POWER MANAGEMENT:

  • Sleep cannot be disabled and a non-zero value for sleep timeout must be set. The default value is the maximum value of 2 hours.
  • The panel cannot enter full standby mode if there is a USB device plugged in or MicroSD card inserted.

INTERCOM AND DYNAMO:

  • When the panel is connected wirelessly (particularly with a weak signal) and streaming audio and video with a MET-ECOM, the video rate may slow to a few frames per seconds. This can cause the MET-ECOM to send bad frames which can lead to occasional video freeze and one-way or no audio.

IP:

  • If a Static IP is set on the wired (or wireless) settings in the same subnet range as the USB (172.16.x.x), the gateway populates with 255.255.255.255. This is only cosmetic and does not impact the performance

WIRELESS:

  • The roaming/band changes may cause the panel roaming settings to change during the upgrade process, double check the roam settings after upgrading if you are using active roaming.

PROGRAMMING INFORMATION:

After upgrading you MUST resave wireless settings. You do not have to reenter the settings. Open wireless page and press save.

Band Selection: Note - The band selection will effect what you see when doing a site survey.

802.11a/b/g -> A and B bands, all channels
802.11b/g -> B band, channels 1,6,11
802.11a -> A band, all channels

Active roaming:
Disabled -> Roaming is passive, and will only occur when the panel loses connection to its current access point Enabled -> The panel is actively looking for better access points to roam to.


ZIP | 31.05 MB | v. 2.86.77 | 2014-02-27
MVP-9000i
Modero MVP-5150/MVP-5200i Touch Panel Firmware

Prerequisites: The panel must be installed with v2.66.21 or greater before upgrading

Changes in This Release:

  • Added support for the detroit screen replacement
  • Added international fonts and gesture support
  • Minor bug fixes

Known Issues:

  • The time it takes from cold boot to when the panel displays its first page has significantly increased compared to version v2.66.33 (pre-International Fonts feature). The panel is still loading resources after the first page is displayed further increasing the time for the panel to react to the first button press.
  • Some 16 bit .wav files will not play properly.
  • Some fonts with incorrect or missing cmaps will not render the same on the on the panel as in TPD4.
  • Some large projects that used most of the available RAM will no longer load due to a decrease in available RAM to support the new font rendering engine. This typically results in the panel jumping to the setup pages but sometimes results in a black screen.
  • Some buttons with active touch will see the button respond to touches in the inactive area.
  • Function Show does not show on all buttons.
  • Panel will establish a connection to the master when the Master Port Number is 0.
  • Panel will sometimes connect to the master but display "Attempting via Ethernet" on the setup pages.
  • Transitioning out of Standby mode can take up to 45 seconds.
  • Panel will not connect using Dynamic WEP in Enterprise Mode.
  • Site Survey can be intermittently sluggish. This is corrected with a panel reboot.
  • WiFi channel reporting is incorrect on setup pages when the radio is set to France or Spain mode.
  • If the panel goes into a low battery shutdown mode while in Standby, the Sleep setting reverts to the minimum value.

Hot Fix for the Modero MVP-5150/MVP-5200i Touch Panel Firmware (v.2.87.35 Available from AMX Technical Support)

Changes in this release:

  • Fixed the scenario where the graphics would not update on the display
  • Fixed the scenario where the panel drops offline to the AMX master and does not recover the connection

ZIP | 107.16 MB | v. 2.87.13 | 2012-01-30
MVP-5150
MVP-5200i
Modero MVP-5100 Touch Panel Firmware

Prerequisites: v2.66.21 or later must be installed

Changes in this release:

  • Resolved a memory leak issue that could potentially affect the responsiveness of the touch panel, and in some extreme cases cause the touch panel to become unresponsive.

Known Issues:

  • The time it takes from cold boot to when the panel displays its first page has significantly increased compared to version v2.66.32 (pre-International Fonts feature). The panel is still loading resources after the first page is displayed further increasing the time for the panel to react to the first button press.
  • Some fonts with incorrect or missing cmaps will not render the same on the on the panel as in TPD4.
  • Some large projects that used most of the available RAM will no longer load due to a decrease in available RAM to support the new font rendering engine. This typically results in the panel jumping to the setup pages but sometimes results in a black screen.
  • Some buttons with active touch will see the button respond to touches in the inactive area.
  • Function Show does not show on all buttons.
  • Transitioning out of Standby mode can take up to 45 seconds.
  • If the panel goes into a low battery shutdown mode while in Standby, the Sleep setting reverts to the minimum value.


ZIP | 84.97 MB | v. 2.86.5 | 2011-11-14
MVP-5100
Modero MVP-8400 and MVP-8400i Touch Panel Firmware

Changes in this release
Boot:

  • Added support for large (2 GB or greater) Compact Flash Cards.

User Interface:

  • New touch calibration algorithm which provides more accuracy and corrects for nonlinear error in the touch overlays. The new algorithm adds more points to the touch calibration.

Setup Pages:

  • Added new calibration page compatible with the new touch calibration.

Known Issues:

  • When downgrading from 2.86.xx or later to a version of 2.85.xx or earlier a reset of the system settings is required.
  • When connecting to the panel via USB (i.e. firmware transfer, panel file download, telnet, etc) the cable should be disconnected *before* a reboot. If it is still connected there is a small possibility that the panel will boot and detect a USB issue and reboot again. This reboot cycle will continue, never leaving the splash screen, until the panel is power cycled or shutdown. This is not a new problem. It has been an issue with the manufacturers USB driver for many years. However, previously the panel would just hang on the splash screen and the panel would require a power cycle. Because we have made things more robust we now try to reboot the panel whereas before we did not. Thus, the error does not get cleared and the reboots continue. A simple power cycle or shutdown using the external buttons will clear this issue.

Hot Fix for the Modero MVP-8400 and MVP-8400i Touch Panel Firmware (v.2.86.71 Available from AMX Technical Support)

Prerequisites:
None.

Changes in this release:

  • Wireless signal level updates on user pages
  • Fixed RMF command to support more than 150 characters

Known Issues:
IR never stops emitting after 15 consecutive transmit commands


ZIP | 11.02 MB | v. 2.86.55 | 2010-12-01
MVP-8400
MVP-8400i
Modero MVP-7500 Touch Panel Firmware

Important: Panels with more than 1Gb Compact Flash cards should not be downgraded to any version below 2.86.39. This information can be retrieved via Setup pages (Information - File System), or using telnet - (disk free).

Prerequisites: None.

Changes in this release:

Boot:

  • Added support for large (2 GB or greater) Compact Flash Cards.

User Interface:

  • New touch calibration algorithm which provides more accuracy and corrects for nonlinear error in the touch overlays. The new algorithm adds more points to the touch calibration.

Setup Pages:

  • Added new calibration page compatible with the new touch calibration.

Known Issues:

  • When downgrading from 2.86.xx or later to a version of 2.85.xx or earlier a reset of the system settings is required.
  • When connecting to the panel via USB (i.e. firmware transfer, panel file download, telnet, etc) the cable should be disconnected *before* a reboot. If it is still connected there is a small possibility that the panel will boot and detect a USB issue and reboot again. This reboot cycle will continue, never leaving the splash screen, until the panel is power cycled or shutdown. This is not a new problem. It has been an issue with the manufacturers USB driver for many years. However, previously the panel would just hang on the splash screen and the panel would require a power cycle. Because we have made things more robust we now try to reboot the panel whereas before we did not. Thus, the error does not get cleared and the reboots continue. A simple power cycle or shutdown using the external buttons will clear this issue.


ZIP | 10.82 MB | v. 2.86.41 | 2010-11-10
MVP-7500
Modero NXD-430 and NXD-435 Touch Panel Firmware

Prerequisites: v2.4.9 or later must be installed before upgrading

Changes in This Release:

  • Resolved a memory leak issue that could potentially affect the responsiveness of the touch panel, and in some extreme cases cause the touch panel to become unresponsive.

Known Issues:

  • The time it takes from cold boot to when the panel displays its first page has significantly increased compared to version v2.4.27 (pre-International Fonts feature). The panel is still loading resources after the first page is displayed further increasing the time for the panel to react to the first button press.
  • Some fonts with incorrect or missing cmaps will not render the same on the panel as in TPD4.
  • Some large projects that used most of the available RAM will no longer load due to a decrease in available RAM to support the new font rendering engine. This typically results in the panel jumping to the setup pages but sometimes results in a black screen.
  • Some buttons with active touch will see the button respond to touches in the inactive area.
  • Function Show does not show on all buttons.
  • Panel will establish a connection to the master when the Master Port Number is 0.
  • Panel will sometimes connect to the master but display "Attempting via Ethernet" on the setup pages.

Hot Fix for the Modero NXD-430 and NXD-435 Touch Panel Firmware (v.2.86.15 Available from AMX Technical Support)

Changes in this release:

  • Fixed the scenario where the graphics would not update on the display
  • Fixed the scenario where the panel drops offline to the AMX master and does not recover the connection

ZIP | 85.92 MB | v. 2.86.6 | 2011-11-14
NXD-430
NXD-435
Modero 5" Intercom Touch Panel Firmware

Prerequisites: v2.4.28 or later must be installed before upgrading.

Changes in this release:

  • Resolved a memory leak issue that could potentially affect the responsiveness of the touch panel, and in some extreme cases cause the touch panel to become unresponsive.

Known Issues:

  • The time it takes from cold boot to when the panel displays its first page has significantly increased compared to version v2.4.28 (pre-International Fonts feature). The panel is still loading resources after the first page is displayed further increasing the time for the panel to react to the first button press.
  • Some 16 bit .wav files will not play properly.
  • Some fonts with incorrect or missing cmaps will not render the same on the panel as in TPD4.
  • Some large projects that used most of the available RAM will no longer load due to a decrease in available RAM to support the new font rendering engine. This typically results in the panel jumping to the setup pages but sometimes results in a black screen.
  • Some buttons with active touch will see the button respond to touches in the inactive area.
  • Function Show does not show on all buttons.
  • Panel will establish a connection to the master when the Master Port Number is 0.
  • Panel will sometimes connect to the master but display "Attempting via Ethernet" on the setup pages.

Hot Fix for the Modero 5" Intercom Touch Panel Firmware (v.2.86.23 Available from AMX Technical Support)

Changes in this release:

  • Fixed the scenario where the graphics would not update on the display
  • Fixed the scenario where the panel drops offline to the AMX master and does not recover the connection

ZIP | 67.89 MB | v. 2.86.5 | 2011-11-14
NXD-500i
NXD-500iW
Modero 5" Touch Panels Firmware

NOTE: Use of the new Connection Utility feature on the setup pages requires master firmware Build 352 or greater.

New Features:

  • Increased IR receiver range
  • Eliminated pixel noise in video windows


KIT | 8.78 MB | v. 2.60.27 | 2008-02-25
NXD-CV5
Modero NXD-700i / NXT-CA7 Touch Panel Firmware

Changes in this release:
Updates to the NXD-700i to flash the LEDs on startup. Updates to the firmware to disable the SIP button in the Setup Pages for the NXT-CA7.

Notes:
The changes for the flashing of the LEDs on startup will also cause the LEDs to flash when new panel pages are loaded to the unit.

Hot Fix For Modero NXD-700i / NXT-CA7 (v.2.92.17 Available from AMX Technical Support):

  • Fixed the scenario where the graphics would not update on the display
  • Fixed the scenario where the panel drops offline to the AMX master and does not recover the connection

ZIP | 23.02 MB | v. 2.92.5 | 2011-11-08
NXD-700i
NXT-CA7
Modero 7" Vi Series Touch Panels Firmware

Important: Panels with more than 1Gb Compact Flash cards should not be downgraded to any version below 2.86.26. This information can be retrieved via Setup pages (Information - File System), or using telnet - (disk free).

Prerequisites: None.

Changes in this release

Boot:

  • Added support for large (2 GB or greater) Compact Flash Cards

User Interface:

  • New touch calibration algorithm which provides more accuracy and corrects for nonlinear error in the touch overlays. The new algorithm adds more points to the touch calibration.

Setup Pages:

  • Added new calibration page compatible with the new touch calibration.

Known Issues:

  • When downgrading from 2.86.xx or later to a version of 2.85.xx or earlier a reset of the system settings is required.
  • When connecting to the panel via USB (i.e. firmware transfer, panel file download, telnet, etc) the cable should be disconnected *before* a reboot. If it is still connected there is a small possibility that the panel will boot and detect a USB issue and reboot again. This reboot cycle will continue, never leaving the splash screen, until the panel is power cycled or shutdown. This is not a new problem. It has been an issue with the manufacturers USB driver for many years. However, previously the panel would just hang on the splash screen and the panel would require a power cycle. Because we have made things more robust we now try to reboot the panel whereas before we did not. Thus, the error does not get cleared and the reboots continue. A simple power cycle or shutdown using the external buttons will clear this issue.


ZIP | 11.09 MB | v. 2.86.29 | 2010-11-05
NXD-700Vi
Modero 7" Touch Panels Firmware

Changes in this release

Boot:

  • Added support for large (2 GB or greater) Compact Flash Cards.

User Interface:

  • New touch calibration algorithm which provides more accuracy and corrects for nonlinear error in the touch overlays. The new algorithm adds more points to the touch calibration.

Setup Pages:

  • Added new calibration page compatible with the new touch calibration.
Known Issues:
  • When downgrading from 2.86.xx or later to a version of 2.85.xx or earlier a reset of the system settings is required.
  • When connecting to the panel via USB (i.e. firmware transfer, panel file download, telnet, etc) the cable should be disconnected *before* a reboot. If it is still connected there is a small possibility that the panel will boot and detect a USB issue and reboot again. This reboot cycle will continue, never leaving the splash screen, until the panel is power cycled or shutdown. This is not a new problem. It has been an issue with the manufacturers USB driver for many years. However, previously the panel would just hang on the splash screen and the panel would require a power cycle. Because we have made things more robust we now try to reboot the panel whereas before we did not. Thus, the error does not get cleared and the reboots continue. A simple power cycle or shutdown using the external buttons (new feature in this release) will clear this issue.

ZIP | 10.89 MB | v. 2.86.29 | 2010-12-02
NXD-CV7
NXT-CV7
Modero 10" Vi Series Touch Panels Firmware

Important: Panels with more than 1Gb Compact Flash cards should not be downgraded to any version below 2.86.26. This information can be retrieved via Setup pages (Information - File System), or using telnet - (disk free).

Prerequisites: None.

Changes in this release:

Boot:

  • Added support for large (2 GB or greater) Compact Flash Cards

User Interface:

  • New touch calibration algorithm which provides more accuracy and corrects for nonlinear error in the touch overlays. The new algorithm adds more points to the touch calibration

Setup Pages:

  • Added new calibration page compatible with the new touch calibration

Known Issues:

  • When downgrading from 2.86.xx or later to a version of 2.85.xx or earlier a reset of the system settings is required
  • When connecting to the panel via USB (i.e. firmware transfer, panel file download, telnet, etc) the cable should be disconnected *before* a reboot. If it is still connected there is a small possibility that the panel will boot and detect a USB issue and reboot again. This reboot cycle will continue, never leaving the splash screen, until the panel is power cycled or shutdown. This is not a new problem. It has been an issue with the manufacturers USB driver for many years. However, previously the panel would just hang on the splash screen and the panel would require a power cycle. Because we have made things more robust we now try to reboot the panel whereas before we did not. Thus, the error does not get cleared and the reboots continue. A simple power cycle or shutdown using the external buttons will clear this issue.


ZIP | 11.09 MB | v. 2.86.29 | 2010-11-04
NXD-1000Vi
Modero 10" Touch Panels Firmware

Important: Panels with more than 1Gb Compact Flash cards should not be downgraded to any version below 2.86.26. This information can be retrieved via Setup pages (Information - File System), or using telnet - (disk free).

Prerequisites: None.

Changes in this release:

Boot:

  • Added support for large (2 GB or greater) Compact Flash Cards.

User Interface:

  • New touch calibration algorithm which provides more accuracy and corrects for nonlinear error in the touch overlays. The new algorithm adds more points to the touch calibration.

Setup Pages:

  • Added new calibration page compatible with the new touch calibration.

Known Issues:

  • When downgrading from 2.86.xx or later to a version of 2.85.xx or earlier a reset of the system settings is required.


ZIP | 10.89 MB | v. 2.86.29 | 2010-11-04
NXD-CV10
NXT-CV10
Modero VG Series Touch Panels Firmware

Prerequisites:
None

Firmware Revision History

  • Boot:
    • Delay added to boot to meet spec for large compact flash cards.
  • User Interface:
    • New touch calibration algorithm which provides more accuracy and corrects for nonlinear error in the touch overlays. The new algorithm adds more points to the touch calibration.
  • Setup Pages:
    • Added new calibration page compatible with the new touch calibration.

Known Issues:

  • When downgrading from 2.86.xx or later to a version of 2.85.xx or earlier a reset of the system settings is required.
  • When connecting to the panel via USB (i.e. firmware transfer, panel file download, telnet, etc) the cable should be disconnected *before* a reboot. If it is still connected there is a small possibility that the panel will boot and detect a USB issue and reboot again. This reboot cycle will continue, never leaving the splash screen, until the panel is power cycled or shutdown. This is not a new problem. It has been an issue with the manufacturers USB driver for many years. However, previously the panel would just hang on the splash screen and the panel would require a power cycle. Because we have made things more robust we now try to reboot the panel whereas before we did not. Thus, the error does not get cleared and the reboots continue. A simple power cycle or shutdown using the external buttons will clear this issue.
Programming Information:
Important:
  • Panels with more than 1Gb Compact Flash cards should not be downgraded to any version below 2.86.20. This information can be retrieved via Setup pages (Information - File System), or using telnet - (disk free).


ZIP | 11.95 MB | v. 2.86.23 | 2010-09-23
NXD-1200V
NXD-1200VG RGB Kit
NXD-1200VG Video Kit
NXD-1500VG RGB Kit
NXD-1500VG Video Kit
NXD-1700VG RGB Kit
NXD-1700VG Video Kit
NXT-1200V
NXT-1200VG RGB Kit
NXT-1200VG Video Kit
NXT-1500VG RGB Kit
NXT-1500VG Video Kit
NXT-1700VG RGB Kit
NXT-1700VG Video Kit
Modero CA/CV-12/15/17 Touch Panels Firmware

KIT | 6.61 MB | v. 2.57.80 | 2005-08-08
NXD-CA12
NXD-CA15
NXD-CV12
NXD-CV15
NXD-CV17
NXT-CA12
NXT-CA15
NXT-CV12
NXT-CV15
NXT-CV17
NXV-300 Modero Virtual Touch Panel Firmware

Changes in this Release:

  • Fixed Demo page reset button not working on real-time customization screen Fixed Panel Type shown as NXD-CV5 on panel information screen Fixed Telnet version command text incomplete Fixed Host Name value retained after Reset Settings Fixed Typos on transfer progress page in 480x272 resolution

Known Issues:

  • Page tracking sleep mode issues
  • Master settings applied even when clicking Cancel button Reset system settings always goes to 800x480 resolution

Hot Fix for the NXV-300 Modero Virtual Touch Panel Firmware (v.2.1.21 Available from AMX Technical Support)

Changes in this release:

  • closes the ftp server for security concerns
  • added weekly reboot (once the day and hour are set, the reboot will occur on the 1st minute of the day and hour set)
    • default reboot is Monday 1:01 a.m.
    • to change time (telnet to ip of nxv300 at prompt type> (weekly reset # #) (first # = day, Monday = 1, second # = hour, midnight = 0, 11 p.m. = 23)
    • to disable weekly reboot - (telnet to ip of nxv300 > (disable reset)
    • if disabled, re-enable by - (telnet to ip of nxv300 > (enable reset)
    • to retrieve the weekly reset information - (telnet to ip of nxv300 > (get reset)


KIT | 18.1 MB | v. 2.1.9 | 2009-10-27
NXV-300
Control Phone Interface

Initial release of product


KIT | 8.49 MB | v. 1.0.10 | 2011-06-30
NXV-CPI
MVP Docking Stations v3.00 Firmware

NOTE: This version of firmware is functionally the same as version 2.05. It has been recompiled for new hardware, and changed to version 3.00

NOTES: MVP-WDS and MVP-TDS Firmware. In order to download this or any other cradle firmware, the following panel firmware versions !!MUST!! be present:

  • MVP-8400 firmware higher than v2.84.41
  • MVP-7500 firmware higher than v2.84.31

If the panel firmware does not adhere to the above requirements the cradle will be rendered inoperable by the download and will need to be shipped back to AMX for reprogramming

Fixes:

  • Recompiled for updated processor on new hardware

ZIP | 10 KB | v. 3.00 | 2008-11-17
MVP-TDS
MVP-WDS
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