This download contains BETA firmware for Opto 22 controllers running OptoControl strategies.
Beta Version Disclaimer:
OptoControl is a legacy product, which is no longer getting new features and no longer going through official release cycles. Beta versions of the firmware are made available as-is for those who need the related bug fixes.
In general, beta versions will include bug fixes since the last official release, without adding new features. This usually enhances product stability without introducing unwanted side effects. Beta versions for legacy products have been through basic testing only, and will not be formally tested.
Ultimately, the choice will be up to the user as to whether the benefit of using the beta version is worth the risk. We simply want to make the beta version available so that you have options.
This download contains the current firmware for the G4LC32SX controller. The download also includes firmware for SNAP-LCM4, SNAP-LCSX, SNAP-LCSX-PLUS, M4, M4RTU, and other Opto 22 OptoControl-based controllers.
Note: This firmware is used in conjunction with OptoControl 4.0 and FactoryFloor 4.0 or higher. Please see important information about this firmware version in the README file included in the download.
Current release of 16-bit Cyrano firmware. This firmware is required to run Cyrano strategies on Opto 22 controllers. This file installs the Opto 22 Flash 200 utility (version R3.1i) and Cyrano firmware (version R3.2j).
The predecessor to OptoControl, Cyrano is a DOS application for flowchart control programming. This software does not run under Windows NT.
Mistic MDS is the predecessor to OptoServer. It is a DDE-only server for the Cyrano tagname database that operates under Windows 3.x.
Mistic MMI is the predecessor to OptoDisplay. It is a 16-bit Windows 3.x Man-Machine Interface package that is tightly integrated with Cyrano.
This download contains a full installation of the most recent version of OptoTerm, a software utility for:
- Downloading new firmware to an OptoControl-based controller.
- Viewing the status of an OptoControl-based controller.