- Should we upgrade to the latest revision for the SCU 1284
- If we do not upgrade the SCU will I/NET work properly.
- I/NET Seven
- Security Control Unit (SCU) 1200 series firmware 3.2x and above
The recommendation is to always upgrade to the latest revision. In some cases this is not always possible. Please review the information below to determine if these features and fixes are required for your installation.
I/NET Seven is backward compatible with all previous hardware firmware revisions of the SCU. The recommendation is to always upgrade to the latest revision to enable all of I/NET's features and fixes included in these revisions. In some cases this is not always possible. Please review the information below to determine if these features and fixes are required for your installation.
If you have any additional concerns then please contact Product Support.
The following table lists the release firmware revisions and associated fixes and new features:
|3.21||05/06||5593||Add support for SCU tamper to the SCU1200 and SCU1280|
|3.22||01/07||5610||Start adding intrusion alarm support to SCUs
Add issue level support to SCU1284
Fix defect where deleting last tenant from DPU causes incorrect schedules
Add door code
|3.23||08/07||5627||Fix defect where changing a door to "unselect" did not prevent access through door|
|3.24||10/07||5631||Expand individual count from 24,000 to 32,000 per tenant|
|3.25||07/08||5657||Implement various changes to intrusion alarm system that were identified during EN50131 certification|
|3.26||01/10||5677||Fix corrupt reader LED due to OP5 monitoring board
Fixes to SCU1284 expansion board for IAS power monitoring
|3.27||07/11||5717||Make AMT show person who commanded PIN functions|
|3.28||12/12||5739||Fix for bad card read on reader number 4 with internal AO at bit offset 04|
|3.29||08/13||5745||Fix so that a change of date from one month to the next will work correctly when using special days|
|3.30||10/14||Support for 130-bit Wiegand card
New event named “Key reassignment”
|3.31||12/14||5754||Support for 86-bit Wiegand card|
For DPU range of controllers refer to I/NET Door Processing Unit (DPU) 7910A / 7920A EPROM Feature matrix.