Documents and Firmware
The NDLR User Manual – v1.6 Française (July 2019)
Special thanks to Benoit Ruelle for the review and translation!
The NDLR Firmware Updates
When a new firmware update is available, follow the instructions below for downloading and installing The NDLR firmware and firmware update utility for your PC operating system. Windows, Mac or Linux.
The latest NDLR Firmware NDLR_v1.1.020.ino.hex.zip (March 8, 2019)
Note: more recent “beta” releases may be found on the Conductive Labs forums. You must be a registered user and logged in to download them.
The original The NDLR Firmware shipped with most units v1.1.009.ino.hex.
You can check the firmware version by going to the System 3 menu on The NDLR.
- Install the Teensy Loader program
Download the Teensy Loader for Windows from PJRC.COM: https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/teensy.exe or for Mac: https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/teensy.dmg
Save it to someplace convenient where you can find it, like to the desktop.
Note: more details for using the Teensy Loader on various supported platforms can be found here: PJRC Teensy Loader page
- Download the latest The NDLR firmware and Unzip it Download The NDLR firmware file and save it to your desktop or another convenient location where you can find it:
The latest released NDLR Firmware NDLR_v1.1.020.ino.hex.zip
Un-zip the .hex file from the .ZIP file (that you downloaded above) to your desktop or another convenient location where you can find it.
- Load the Firmware on The NDLR
Connect The NDLR to your computer with a USB cable.
Run the Teensy Loader program by double clicking it.
Click on File, then Open HEX File. Select the .hex file you extracted above.
Alternatively, find the .hex file with Windows File Explorer, or on the Mac, click on the Downloads icon and choose “Open in Finder”. Then drag and drop the .hex file onto the Teensy Loader program.
Click the green Auto button so it is lit:
Then use a pen or paper clip to briefly press the recessed FW button on The NDLR. It’s between the pairs of MIDI ports on the back.
It takes about 1 second to program. The NDLR will restart once it is programmed.
If you get a message that the file is too large, it typically indicates that the Teensy Loader program does not recognize which version of Teensy it is connected to. You can ignore the error and try pressing the FW button on The NDLR to see if it will work. If it fails, the .hex file may be corrupt. Try downloading and extracting the .hex file from the ZIP file again.
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