9.3 FIRMWARE VERSION UPGRADE
9.3FIRMWARE VERSION UPGRADE
The relay settings and configuration will be lost, so it is advisable to save them to a file.
For firmware revisions lower than 1.50, it is required to save calibration settings in a file before upgrading the F650 to a
new firmware version.
For firmware revision higher than 1.50 and only if just firmware upgrading (not bootware upgrade), it is not necessary
to save the calibration files since they will not be modified.
Special care when boot code has been previously upgraded: all the data (including calibration settings) is lost.
In case of error during the firmware upgrading process, the user could repeat the whole process as many times as
necessary, this is possible thanks to an independent boot memory (bootcode).
Pure firmware upgrading process should be done using the EnerVista 650 Setup software and Ethernet connection
(COM3) via Cross-Over RJ45 Ethernet cable.
Once the communication with the relay through Ethernet connection has been verified, enter the EnerVista 650 Setup
program, select Communication and the Upgrade Firmware Version option on the top menu bar.
At this point, proceeding with the upgrade will erase all the data stored in the equipment, including the calibration
settings in firmware version previous to 1.50. Therefore, it is necessary to save all settings to a file before following
with the process (Figure 9–22:).
If click Yes (Si) to proceed a window will open up to upgrade parameters.
Figure 9–22: FIRMWARE UPGRADE STARTUP
F650 Digital Bay Controller
9 BOOTCODE AND FIRMWARE UPGRADE
9.3.2 FIRMWARE UPGRADE