Go to Main menu -> Tools-> Update Firmware 

ACC already has set of binary files(firmware) included in installation or archived distribution package. These files are compiled C++ code(code you write in Arduino IDE).

With built-in firmware uploader, user can prepare Arduino compatible board for usage(controlling Inputs and Outputs) and data visualisation without writing single line of code.

When is time to update firmware in your Arduino boards?

It depends of what version of Arduino Control Center you are running.

NOTE: Upgrading(updating) firmware is usually required (always read release notes) when you upgrade Arduino Control Center to a new major version.

As an example, receiving data protocol from the Arduino devices is not changed since 0.9 beta version. It means, that configuration in Arduino device will be properly displayed in v1,2,3 Arduino Control Center versions.

But, uploading new configurations from v3.0.0 Arduino Control Center to Arduino with firmware v1.0 will brake this compatibility. Upgrading to the latest firmware included in actual Arduino Control Center and re-upload Inputs, Outputs and Program(rules) configuration is mandatory.


Updating Application Instructions

Upload Inputs, Outputs, Program(rules)

Upgrade Firmware (USB connection is required!):

Select Arduino board, go to Tools - Update firmware and update Arduino firmware to the latest version.

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