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== Archive firmware ==
 
== Archive firmware ==
Latest firmware is available at the main page of the device. In the wiki one can only find older firmware, that still might be helpful. The projects listed below are no longer officially supported. The best practice is to use the EXACT same compiler as mentioned and in most cases the exact same MPLAB version as mentioned.
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'''Latest firmware is available at the main page of the device.''' In the wiki one can only find older firmware, that still might be helpful. The projects listed below are no longer officially supported. The best practice is to use the EXACT same compiler as mentioned and in most cases the exact same IDE version as mentioned.
  
Older firmware released by Olimex for MOD-TC-MK2-31855:
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Older firmware released by Olimex for MOD-IO2:
  
1)MOD-TC-MK2 firmware v2 source (for MPLAB X and HI-TECH C 9.83) and explanation - [https://www.olimex.com/Products/Modules/Sensors/MOD-TC-MK2-31855/resources/MOD-TC-MK2_firmware_OLinuXino_v2.zip click to download]
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1)MOD-IO2 v3.2/3.02 - binary, source, and how-to - [https://www.olimex.com/Products/Modules/IO/MOD-IO2/resources/MOD-IO2_firmware_v_3_02.zip click to download] - this lacked analog out (DAC), which was added in its newer 4.3 version
  
2)MOD-TC-MK2 firmware v2 in binary format - [https://www.olimex.com/Products/Modules/Sensors/MOD-TC-MK2-31855/resources/MOD-TC-MK2-v2.hex click to download]
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2)MOD-IO2 v3.1/3.01 firmware - binary, source, and how-to - [https://www.olimex.com/Products/Modules/IO/MOD-IO2/resources/MOD-IO2_firmware_v_3_1.zip click to download] - it lacked several functions which are now added, refer to the readme in the folder of the newest 3.02 firmware
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3)MOD-IO2 v3 firmware - binary, source, and how-to - [https://www.olimex.com/Products/Modules/IO/MOD-IO2/resources/MOD-IO2_firmware_v3.zip click to download] - it has a bug with the internal weak pull-ups
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4)MOD-IO2 v2 firmware - binary, source, and how-to - [https://www.olimex.com/Products/Modules/IO/MOD-IO2/resources/MOD-IO2+OLinuXino.zip click to download] - protocol fixes
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5)MOD-IO2 v1 firmware - C source and HEX for I2C control - [https://www.olimex.com/Products/Modules/IO/MOD-IO2/resources/MOD-IO2_demo_and_firmware.zip click to download] - initial release
  
 
== Projects ==
 
== Projects ==

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Archive firmware

Latest firmware is available at the main page of the device. In the wiki one can only find older firmware, that still might be helpful. The projects listed below are no longer officially supported. The best practice is to use the EXACT same compiler as mentioned and in most cases the exact same IDE version as mentioned.

Older firmware released by Olimex for MOD-IO2:

1)MOD-IO2 v3.2/3.02 - binary, source, and how-to - click to download - this lacked analog out (DAC), which was added in its newer 4.3 version

2)MOD-IO2 v3.1/3.01 firmware - binary, source, and how-to - click to download - it lacked several functions which are now added, refer to the readme in the folder of the newest 3.02 firmware

3)MOD-IO2 v3 firmware - binary, source, and how-to - click to download - it has a bug with the internal weak pull-ups

4)MOD-IO2 v2 firmware - binary, source, and how-to - click to download - protocol fixes

5)MOD-IO2 v1 firmware - C source and HEX for I2C control - click to download - initial release

Projects

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FAQ

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