The current version of Sync-One2 firmware is v2.2.2.

The required software and update procedure may be downloaded via the buttons below.  As a minimum you will need the;

  • Instruction document
  • Firmware Updater Tool
  • Firmware file for Sync-One2

Depending on your Windows installation you may also need the Microchip USB Serial driver, also available to download below.  Generally, Windows 10 computers will automatically detect Sync-One2 but older versions may not and need the driver.

Release notes


Released 15 October 2021

Fix to correct issue raised in V2.2.1 of auto shutoff not being suspend when the USB port is connected.

Added Auto Off trigger message to be displayed when the auto off timeout period expires.


Released 7 October 2021

Fix to support a manufacturer ‘enhancement’ to the OLED display module. Only affects serial numbers A22B3000 and higher.


Released 10 August 2021

Added API calls for setting the audio and video trigger levels, as requested by a global household name in audio and vision.  Additional API commands were also added for statistics management.


Released 5 April 2020

Addition of Extended mode enabling sync errors of up to +/- 3000ms (+/- 3 seconds) to be measured.  Requested addition from a large multi-national equipment manufacturer to assist during new product development.

Increased maximum frame rate calculations from 99 to 120.


Released 18 February 2019

Fix to enable custom splash messages with special characters rather than just alphanumeric characters.


Released 12 September 2018

Fix the video calibration and detection algorithm to correct performance in low light facilities, e.g. post production facility with large projection based final display. Thanks to an impressive Dolby ATMOS Post Production facility in London for your help with testing, you know who you are, and HHB.


Internal release for field testing.


Initial release of Sync-One2 v2.

Firmware version numbers

The firmware version number is broken down into three sections of...

major . minor . patch

A major version is accompanied by significant new features and/or a change in the underlying hardware.

A minor version adds new features, either as part of the development plan or a customer requested feature.

A patch update is a solution opportunity to correct an unrequested feature - or a bug fix.

Customer specific customisation requests can be made if there is something you need for your environment.  These can be rolled into the main firmware but only activated, on a permanent basis, by using a feature code via API interface on a per serial number basis.