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Firmware Updates; Cleaning And Maintenance - Honeywell MB-Secure 1000 Installation Instructions Manual

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Installation Instructions MB-Secure 1000/2000/3000/4000/5000/6000
5.5

Firmware updates

Firmware updates should be performed only by trained technical personnel. Please watch out for static
discharge!
We always recommend loading the latest version of the firmware in the control panel. This is available for free
download on our Internet site.
A USB stick is used for updates. The stick used must be formatted in the FAT32 format and the update file
"MB_Update_Vxx.xx" must be placed in the root folder of the USB stick.
Important
There must be only 1 update file in the root directory of the USB stick ever.
If the USB master connector is used with a USB stick for video data storage, the stick may only
be removed if the control unit's power is off.
Likewise, after firmware update, the USB stick must be reinserted while the control panel is
switched off.
Before a firmware update is performed, it is essential to read out the current system
configuration from the contral panel with IQ PanelControl and to save to the database. After the
firmware update is completed, the system configuration must be converted and restored to the
contral panel.
Procedure for Update:
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Place the USB stick with the latest firmware file in the USB host port of the computer/connection PCB.
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Press the Abort key.
The four "Status information" LEDs light steadily for 2 seconds. Press the abort key once again during
this time.
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The control panel resets itself.
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The four "Status information" LEDs light steadily for around 30 seconds.
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The green LED (to the right) blinks for around 40 seconds
When the green LED (to the right) becomes steady (on or off), data has been successfully copied to the
control panel.
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Take out the USB stick.
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After around 1 min., the yellow LED (to the left) lights steadily
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Following BUS initialization, the green LED lights up (2nd from left) and the yellow LED goes off (left).
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The control panel update procedure is complete.
5.6

Cleaning and maintenance

When cleaning, do not use any corrosive liquids or liquids that dissolve synthetic materials such as petrol,
turpentine, thinners etc. Sharp cleaning materials can destroy or discolor the surfaces.
Do not use cleansing agents that work on a mechanical basis, e.g. liquid abrasive cleaners, scouring sponge.
Clean with a soft damp cloth. Use clear water only.
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