• What are the RF channels and which frequencies do I need?

    All Timecode Systems products come pre-programmed with 14 licence free international channels in the sub-GHz ISM bands.

    This frequency band is far less congested than other common frequency bands such as WiFi, Bluetooth and wireless video.

    Being a lower frequency, the range is far greater for a similar output power and the lower frequency is better able to cope with obstructions.

    Channels for UK/Europe/CEPT countries* 

    *Albania, Andorra, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Bulgaria ,Croatia , Cyprus , Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), Romania, Russian Federation, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Vatican.

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    UK/EU
    UK/EU
    UK/EU
    UK/EU
    UK/EU
    UK/EU
    UK/EU
    UK/EU
    UK/EU
    UK/EU
    UK/EU
    UK/EU
    UK/EU
    UK/EU

    865.050 MHz
    865.150 MHz
    865.250 MHz
    865.350 MHz
    865.450 MHz
    865.550 MHz
    865.650 MHz
    867.950 MHz
    868.050 MHz
    868.150 MHz
    868.250 MHz
    868.350 MHz
    868.450 MHz
    868.550 MHz

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    USA/AU/NZ
    USA/AU/NZ
    USA/AU/NZ
    USA/AU/NZ
    USA/AU/NZ
    USA/AU/NZ
    USA/AU/NZ
    USA/AU/NZ
    USA/AU/NZ
    USA/AU/NZ
    USA/AU/NZ
    USA/AU/NZ
    USA/AU/NZ
    USA/AU/NZ

    915.050 MHz
    915.150 MHz
    915.250 MHz
    915.350 MHz
    915.450 MHz
    915.550 MHz
    915.650 MHz
    918.050 MHz
    918.150 MHz
    918.250 MHz
    918.350 MHz
    918.450 MHz
    918.550 MHz
    918.650 MHz

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    JAPAN
    JAPAN
    JAPAN
    JAPAN
    JAPAN
    JAPAN
    JAPAN
    JAPAN
    JAPAN
    JAPAN
    JAPAN
    JAPAN
    JAPAN
    JAPAN

    920.600 MHz
    920.800 MHz
    921.000 MHz
    921.200 MHz
    921.400 MHz
    921.600 MHz
    921.800 MHz
    922.000 MHz
    922.200 MHz
    922.400 MHz
    922.600 MHz
    922.800 MHz
    923.000 MHz
    923.200 MHz

  • How do I update my device?

    You can check for the most recent firmware versions and download our updater app here: http://www.timecodesystems.com/support/firmware/

     

    To perform the update

     

    1. Install the latest version of the updater app
    2. With the updater app running and the unit you wish to update switched on, plug the unit into you computer via a suitable USB cable
    3. If the device requires updating, you will be prompted to install the updates.
    4. There are normally 2 or 3 parts to the entire update. Make sure all are complete.

     

    Note: Disconnect the updated unit. Turn it off and back on again, then reconnect it. If all updates are complete you will not be prompted to update your unit further.

    Note2: The computer being used to perform the updates will require an active internet connection to perform the update.

    Note3: Mac users, please follow the instructions below:

    • Click the ‘Download USB Updater’ button above to begin downloading the updater software package for the :pulse, SyncBac PRO, :wave, mini trx+, mini trx and mini rx.
    • Drag the USB Updater app into the applications folder, as requested.
    • Click on the updater in the applications folder. The updater program will launch. Make sure your Mac is connected to the internet to automatically check for the latest firmware.
    • A window will appear saying ‘device not connected’. Power on your unit and plug it into your Mac USB port.
    • Once the ‘connected’ message appears in the updater program window, you will be able to see immediately the details of your unit and whether a new firmware, FPGA or web page update is available. If prompted with a dialogue box, click OK. The new update will be programmed.

    Any further required updates will appear on screen via prompts. Once your unit is up to date the app will notify you.