The next update will add a new email feature to the Archon. The unit will be able to email, to the email address in the system, when an update is available for the Archon. This will hopefully help prevent users from falling too far behind.
This update will completely change the way the Archon is updated going forward. This should be the last time the flash drive will need to be pulled out to do an update.
Steps to update:
1 – first go to the system page and update both the hardware and software to the latest versions
2 – completely shut down your system and remove the flash drive
3 – download the new compressed file from www.digitalaquatics.com/downloads/ArchonWebpages2/update/update.zip
4 – unzip the file and place the included files into the www file on the flash drive
5 – reinstall the flash drive into the Archon and apply power
6 – once your system has booted back up, go to the system page and check for any updates to hardware or software (apply if needed)
7 – once everything is up to date, press the update webpages button and wait 30 seconds.
8 – all your webpages and needed files will now be updated the the latest versions.
** UPDATING THE HARDWARE TO 1.08.10 WILL REQUIRE THE INPUTS OF THE ARCHON BE RECALIBRATED (pH,ORP,iTemp) **
This will help a little with speed, but mainly makes all the new modules show up and be controlled by the Net module now.
Here is a link to the file: NET-1-0211.bin
Download the file, then go to the General tab in your NET module, select the file that was just downloaded and then upload.
Just like last year, we’re getting packed up and ready to travel to sunny Orange County for Reef-a-Palooza 2014! We hope to see familiar faces and meet new friends, while getting to check out the cool new stuff our industry has to offer!
Will we see you there?
Now available – New 3.0.2 firmware for ReefKeeper Elite
Simply open your existing myReef software, and the new RKE firmware should be listed as available for updating.
For all our Herp friends out there!
Additionally, DA is rolling out an expanded HerpKeeper system for enthusiasts with more than one enclosure. Meet the HerpKeeper Multi-Tank! Perfect for monitoring and controlling the environment of multiple Herp enclosures, the HerpKeeper Multi-Tank includes all of the following:
1 x HerpKeeper Head Unit
2 x PC4 (total of 8 outlets)
1 x HUB
2 x AP1 (Relative Humidity and Ambient Temperature)
2 x 6′ Bus Cable
2 x 3′ Bus Cable
8 x Mounting Screws
June 13, 2014
Digital Aquatics is excited to announce that we will be attending MACNA 2014 in Denver, CO during August 29-31 of this year. On display will be several new additions to the ReefKeeper controller family, and potentially a couple really big surprises as well…!
Come join us at the nation’s largest Marine Aquarium tradeshow – for more info, see: http://macnaconference.org/2014/