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PEAK-Flash Version History

2021-02-04 - Version 1.2.1

Improvements:

  • Updated embedded firmware for PCAN-MicroMod FD to v1.9.11
  • Some minor improvements and optimizations

Bug fixes:

  • Firmware for PCAN-Router Pro FD would not show up in the list of embedded firmware, although it was embedded and could be used
  • Connection to a CAN interface would not be released correctly if an error occurred while flashing a CAN module (eg. PCAN-MicroMod, PCAN-Router Pro)


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2020-12-21 - Version 1.2.0

Improvements:

  • Added an embedded firmware for PCAN-Micro Mod FD operating in CANopen Mode
  • Added an embedded firmware for PCAN Router Pro FD
  • Added an online update check
  • The Windows task bar icon reflects the progress of the flash procedures

Bug fixes:

  • Fixed a bug where a valid PCAN-USB X6 firmware was not recognized as correct so that the adapter could not be flashed

Changes:

  • The 'Open' button on the Firmware page is now always active. When a firmware file is selected, the option is enabled automatically

2020-08-28 - Version 1.1.1

Improvements:

  • Updated embedded firmware for PCAN-MicroMod FD to v1.9.10
  • The Device ID of a PCI hardware is shown if the installed device driver supports this feature
  • A text is shown in the User Interface when an error occurs while identifying a USB or PCI hardware

Bug fixes:

  • MU-Thermocouple1 module was not flashable due to a problem with CRC calculation
  • Fixed a bug where not having a PCI device driver would lead to an application crash

2020-05-20 - Version 1.1.0

Improvements:

  • CPU load reduced
  • The list of embedded firmware files is now sortable
  • When flashing an USB adapter via Remote Desktop, the user might not have sufficient privileges to access the removable disk the adapter exposes while in flash mode. Now PEAK-Flash can restart itself with Administrator privileges and resume the flash process
  • Embedded firmware for PCAN-MicroMod updated to v2.27
  • Embedded firmware for PCAN-MicroMod FD updated to v1.9.7
  • Several smaller user interface improvements and other internal optimizations

Bug fixes:

  • The version number displayed in the Select Firmware step as the current firmware version was incorrect under certain conditions
  • Some PC interfaces or CAN modules were not automatically reset after flashing
  • Detecting modules on a CAN bus sometimes caused the program to crash
  • Several minor bug fixes

2020-03-19 - Version 1.0.1

Improvements:

  • Added support for PCAN-Router Pro FD
  • Updated embedded firmware for PCAN-MicroMod FD to v1.9.5
  • Updated embedded firmware for PCAN-MIO to v3.3.8
  • Updated embedded firmware for PCAN-Router Pro to v1.15.1
  • General user interface improvements

Bug fixes:

  • Fixed error in PCAN-MicroMod FD parameters
  • Fixed bug where unknown CAN modules would cause an error to be shown
  • Fixed bug where CAN module firmware files with versions that had more than three numbers (eg. 1.0.1.2) caused the application to crash
  • PCAN-USB FD and PCAN-USB Pro FD were always shown as flashable, although the application can only flash them with MSD mode (bootloader >= 2.x and firmware >= 2.3.x)
  • Several minor bug fixes

2020-01-31 - Version 1.0.0

  • First release