Bloodhound (Standard) Master Firmware v207

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Bloodhound (Standard) Master Firmware v207


This is Firmware Version 207 for the Bloodhound (Standard) Gas Detector.  This version will *NOT*
work in Enhanced Bloodhounds.
HOW TO IDENTIFY STANDARD VS. ENHANCED BLOODHOUNDS:
The version of the Bloodhound is identified by the Serial Number on the Yellow Sticker near the handle
on the outside of the Bloodhound's case:
     STANDARD - The serial number starts with a "0" and the sticker near the handle will show
                        something like "0123 iBall Instruments" or "0123".
     ENHANCED - The serial number starts with "5" and the sticker near the handle will show something
                        like, "Enhanced Bloodhound 5123", or "iBall Instruments 5123"
THIS FIRMWARE INCLUDES EVERYTHING IN V199, PLUS:
1)  ADDED:  If using MainLog, you can set MainLog to view the Bloodhound as a WITS EDR in addition to
     Bloodhound Mode as an alternate communication mechanism.

2)  ADDED:  Setting Register (17) to anything other than zero will allow the Bloodhound to automatically
     tick a "foot" at minute intervals to be able to create logs over time rather than depth.  The number
     you put in this register will denote the number of minutes that elapses before one (1) foot is ticked.  
     Setting this register to zero (0) turns this feature off and is the default.
3)  ADDED:  Increased ROP capability to alleviate the previous "speed limit" of 500 FPH.
4)  REMOVED:  "GEOHIT" has been removed from the "Remote Command-Line Interface" and is no longer
     available.
5)  Also includes various bug fixes and improved overall code efficiency.
INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO INSTALL THIS FIRMWARE IN YOUR BLOODHOUND CAN BE FOUND HERE:
http://www.bhkb.org/kb2/KnowledgebaseArticle50061.aspx


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