Bosch DLA V2.0.0 Upgrade dongle Bosch Solution 2000 & 3000 firmware CABLE HIRE
DLA V2.0.0 Upgrade dongle Solution 2000 & 3000 firmware CABLE HIRE
Download cable for Solution 2000 & 3000 panels with V2.0.0 installed on the dongle for flash upgrading older panels to version 2.0.0
This is a special product which can only by used by customers who have purchased a Bosch 2000 or 3000 from us between 2012-2017.
This cable is FOR HIRE and will allow you to flash upgrade the firmware of your alarm panel to version V2.0.0.
Once you have updated your panel, return the DLA cable to us and we will refund you the cost of this product, less $25 inc GST hire cost (ie, you will be refunded $100 inc GST total).
The above cost does not include postage in either direction.
What's in the box?
4 pin connection for panel side
USB for computer side
- Power down the alarm panel.
- Connect the DLA to the 2000 or 3000 alarm panel.
- Power up the alarm panel while holding down the default button.
- Allow 5-6mins for the firmware to be downloaded into the alarm panel. The heartbeat light will be solid during this time.
- Once the heartbeat light starts beating again, the process is complete. Power down the alarm panel.
- Disconnect the DLA.
- Power up the alarm panel.
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