The firmware in the RT2000, RT3000 and RT4000 can only be updated using Ethernet.
2. Check Files
The software is a file called rtbns. It has no extension and must be in lower case. Unzip it if it is
3. Connect Ethernet
The RJ45 Ethernet connector on the RT can be plugged in to a network hub. To connect it directly
to a laptop a crossover must be used. The RT is supplied with a suitable cable for connection to a
4. Viewing Raw Data on RT
Explorer can be used to connect to the RT.
Explorer will list all the raw data files that are stored in the RT
5. Back up old files
Before updating the firmware, back-up any RD files you may need.
Do not delete the files that start with mobile. These are your configuration files and should only be changed using the RT-Config. (The file mobile.rd can be deleted, but the system will put it back).
6. Applying the firmware
The firmware will have been sent to you in a file called rtbns. It must be called this before it can be copied to the RT. All letters must be lower case and there must be no extension. If it is zipped it must be unzipped before it is copied to the RT.
To copy the firmware drag-and-drop it in the Explorer window.
Wait 10 seconds, turn off the RT and turn it back on again
7. Check firmware version
Run Enginuity and connect to the RT as normal. In the Performance Window the RT Dev Id is shown.
This should be the same as the new software that you installed. The documentation that comes with the software will tell you the version (or Development ID) of the rtbns software