Added new homescreen "Universe Browser" for immediate assignment of Universes to ports by using the encoder wheel and a simple click (EN12/EN4)
Identify uses LED and Display level @ 100%
Node Web UI refinements (colors/text sizes)
Corrects sACN and Art-Net sometimes missing frames on 0s changes
Fixed Backup Export / Import for EN12
Improved sACN priority handling
Fixed node discovery with 169.254.x.x addresses (e.g. no DHCP Server)
Improved RDM compliance
Corrects RDM10 performance hiccups
Improved device table layout
Improved device discovery speed and UI feedback
Increased speed of device online/offline monitoring
Improved reliability and speed of firmware updates
Added "About" screen with Version Number, Release Notes, Help File
Added status feedback LED to show nodes online/offline
Improved discovery speed
UI recalls position and size
V 0.1.1.0 (06/23/2022)
First public beta version
Supports discovery on all network ports over LLRP
Allows IP configuration, Identify
Firmware updates for one or multiple devices
Direct access to all device web pages
After using CLU to update an EP2 to firmware 2.92 it also reset the unit. It took a moment to regain control of the unit as it was plugged into a 10.101.7.x IP range with a sACN DHCP preset. After the update, it went to the 2.x.y.x with an Art-Net preset.
Is it possible, that after the firmware updates it can stay on the preset (or custom configuration) that it was set to prior to the update.
Thanks for the hard work on another great product line.
Please note that the power cycle order of turning on the router and EN4 matters. I realized that the reason I couldn’t get the EN4 to show up in Onyx was that I plugged in the power to the EN4 first. It doesn’t appear to refresh its search for a router automatically. So I found that if I navigate to the network settings of the EN4 with the dial/knob and, since I’m using DHCP, hit enter (push in the knob) on that setting already chosen in the EN 4 , it will subsequently get an IP address from the router. After doing that it then shows up in Onyx.
Tried to use the NCU Release Candidate to update an EP4 to 2.9.2, however, all it does is identify the device. I can’t select any status or configuration options on the device with NCU. These options do work from the web interface.
The device has a red world icon. What does that indicate? This device has the invalid DHCP IP address reported in this thread
Given that NCU isn’t working, is the web interface the only route to update the firmware? Or would you suggestion something else like a factory reset first?