Analogue Input Module (ADC03)
Version 3.10 (beta) - July 2017
- ISSUE: Under heavy CAN bus loading, the ADC03 would wait too long for message transmission. This results in data loss, which looks like drop-outs in the VBO file.
- RESOLUTION: CAN transmission optimised on the ADC03 for heavy CAN bus loading.
Version 3.08 - Aug 2013
Fixed issue with drop-outs under heavy CAN loading.
Version 3.07 - Jul 2010
Fix for problem configuring scale and offset.
Version 3.05 - Dec 2005
- This upgrade allows the ADC03 to send data in Signed Int format.
- It also allows the ADC03 to perform 'data packing', allowing two channels to be sent over a single CAN message.
- Please download the latest version of ModuleSetup.exe to enable these new features.
Version 3.01 - Dec 2004
- This upgrade will allow the ADC03 to work in stand-alone mode, requiring Module Setup.exe to configure the stand-alone settings.
- This upgrade also fixes an internal speed problem that caused some ADC03's to show erroneous results when used with VBOXIII's
Version 1.06 - May 2004
This firmware required to include compatibility with new VBOX3
Version 1.04 - September 2003
Introduction of New CAN protocol
Analogue Input Module (ADC02)
3.05 - October 2006 This upgrade fixes a bug which prevented setting of the frequency scale for the frequency input channels 3.02 - January 2006 This upgrade allows the ADC02 to send data in different formats (IEEE 32-bit float, 32- and 16-bit unsigned integer, 32- and 16-bit signed integer, Racelogic float) in polled and timed modes. This upgrade requires the latest version of Stand-Alone Module Setup Software to enable all of the features. 3.00 - June 2005 This firmware will now allow the module to work in a stand-alone mode if required. In stand-alone mode, it will need stand alone module setup software for configuration. 2.05 - May 2004 This firmware required to include compatibility with new VBOX3. 2.03 - October 2003 Frequency input channels now use correct multipliers and offsets 2.02 - September 2003 Introduction of New CAN protocol