USB Flash Module enables in-field panel upgrades without computer.

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Used in field, Model 400 USB Flash Module lets installers update firmware for panels that would otherwise require computer and Model 399 Programming Harness. USB 2.0 connector is provided to plug USB flash drive into Model 400, and 4-pin header connects directly to panel. As new firmware is released from DMP, it can be downloaded and stored on USB flash drive and then connected to Model 400 to be used for panel firmware updates. LED on USB indicates successful programming.



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DMP Releases Model 400 USB Flash Module



Perform Panel Field Upgrades in Minutes Without a Computer



Springfield, MO -- Digital Monitoring Products (DMP) introduces a new and easy option for updating panels in the field with a device that is the size of a jump drive! The Model 400 USB Flash Module allows installers to easily field update firmware for panels that would otherwise require the use of a computer and a Model 399 Programming Harness. 



The Model 400 USB Flash Module is compatible with:

CellComSL Series

XTL Series

XT Series



It comes equipped with a 4-Pin header to connect directly to the panel and a USB 2.0 connector to plug a USB flash drive into the 400. As new firmware is released from DMP, it can be downloaded and stored on a USB flash drive and then connected to the 400 to be used for panel firmware updates.



The LED light on the USB will indicate successful programming. For example, the LED displays a slow flash while programming. It shows a steady glow when the programming is successful and a fast flash when the programming is unsuccessful.

Save time and money with the new Flash Module!



DMP is a privately held, independent manufacturer of innovative intrusion, fire, access control, network, and cellular communication products that are designed, engineered, and manufactured in Springfield, MO. DMP is the recognized leader in alarm communications over data networks, with products that are available through professional electronic security companies. For more information contact Melissa Pitfield at 417-831-9362, or visit www.dmp.com.

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