New Firmware, New MultispeQ, Updated Apps

The PhotosynQ team has been working hard to bring you a new, updated platform! Starting now, and continuing over the next few weeks, we will be releasing new versions of the MultispeQ, firmware (with new associated programming tools), and desktop App.

MultispeQ Version 2.0. Many users are already receiving the new V2.0 device, which has a lot of updated capabilities. Some of these are obvious (like the nice blinking lights that tell you what the instrument is doing. and others. like compatibility with stomatal new conductance measurements, will be rolled out in the coming weeks.

MultispeQ Firmware Version 2.0 for both V1 and V2 devices. This is a major upgrade with lots of new features and improvements. Although the new version is almost completely backwards compatible, it allows much greater flexibility and powerful programming. We will be introducing the new capabilities in installments over the coming weeks.

PhotosynQ Desktop App. We are releasing a new version of the Desktop App which will replace the current one for the Google Chrome Browser (Chrome App). One  reason is that support will be ended for Chrome Apps on Windows and MacOS. Other important reasons for the update are to accommodate new capabilities of Firmware 2.0 and higher, and give you more powerful analytics and visualization tools.

PhotosynQ Android App To make use of the new capabilities of the MultispeQ, the team has been working to update the Android App. You will receive email or popup notifications about how to update your App. (You absolutely need this update to use the new devices, but it will still work with V1.0.).

This blog post is also available on our Forum: https://photosynq.org/forums/announcements/discussions/new-firmware-new-multispeq-updated-apps#comment-1508

3 thoughts on “New Firmware, New MultispeQ, Updated Apps

  1. Hi Dr. Kramer.
    Congratulations for your excellent work.

    Thanks,

    E. Campostrini
    Plant Physiology Lab
    Ecophysiology of Subtropical and Tropical Crops
    Member of International Society for Horticultural Science (ISHS)
    Northern Rio de Janeiro State University
    CCTA, Av. Alberto Lamego, 2000
    28013-602, Campos dos Goytacazes, RJ
    Brazil
    Scopus Author ID: 6506800658

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