Which file do I pick for updating firmware with Honeywell’s SAT tool?

Last week, I was doing a firmware update on the Honeywell SLG700 guided wave radar using Honeywell’s Smart Anytime Tool (SAT).

Honeywell’s SAT firmware update tool needs to be “pointed” to the component type (sensor/display/communications module), and then the specific file needed for update. A recent release (R102.1) for the SLG700 listed two different files for the Advanced Display, but it wasn’t clear which file I needed to use.

Two hex files for Display updates

So, how did I figure it out?
The solution is in the manual!

At the back of the SAT manual, there’s an appendix (Appendix C) that lists the files and a description to help you determine which file to use.

As you can see, the -709 file is English Language, the -710 file is East Asian Language.


  1. #1 by Michelle on June 11, 2018 - 10:19 am

    How can I adjust the temperature in a Honeywell UDC 1200?

    When I simulate it with the Fluke 724 it is 2 degrees Farenheit below what it assumes.

    • #2 by danstips on June 11, 2018 - 1:21 pm

      If the two-degree error is continuous across the span, then it can be corrected with a -2.0 offset value.
      See the section on Offset on page 133 (pdf) in the 51-52-25-122 manual.

      If the error is not continuous, but increases or decrease across the span, then the UDC 1200 can be calibrated. See the two-page calibration procedure on pages 120-121 (pdf) in the 51-52-25-122 manual.


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