Published: Feb 11

WPS firmware update 2.5

Happily announcing Wireless Pyro Solutions' firmware update 2.5.


- Firing bug fix for all receivers

- minor user interface bug fix

- added option to ask for acknowledgment in Manual and Semi-auto fire modes (WPS mote -> Settings -> Advanced -> Contin Fire  and set to AC (0))

- added option to continue Full-auto script in case connection to WPS mote fails (WPShobby/WPSpro -> Settings -> Firing -> Scpt POLS (Script Pause On Lost Signal). ON by default.

Published: Apr 06

WPS firmware update 2.4

Happily announcing Wireless Pyro Solutions' firmware update 2.4.

Added features:

- Cue advance in Full-auto and Semi-auto script firing. Now press Next (in Semi-auto) or Down (in Full-auto) to jump to the next cue in the script. Useful when cake or pyro effect finishes quicker than expected.

- Bank/Zone disable. Now you can disable specific banks or group of banks in order to quickly modify your script from within WPS mote. Adopt to the ever-changing weather conditions quickly.

Published: Apr 03

Antenna orientation for WPS tiny

There are many ways how WPS tiny can be mounted, but care must be taken in order to avoid low signal strength. All WPS products come with omnidirectional antennas. Their produced RF waves are not distributed equally across 3D space.

Published: Aug 13

WPS firmware update 2.2

Happily announcing Wireless Pyro Solutions' firmware update 2.2.

Added features:

- WPS tiny support

- Local continuity/script overview

- Improved radio reliability

- Improved responsiveness on long scripts

- Minor bug fixes / user requests.

Published: Mar 25

How WPS update manager works

Updating WPS firmware is very straight forward and safe. With just few clicks you can update your whole firing system.

1) Download update from Update page (you have to be logged in to access files).

2) Unzip the downloaded file and open WPSupdate manager.exe. (if you haven't installed drivers, run CDM21218_Setup.exe in "drivers" folder first).

3) Enter WPSmote into PC Control mode.

4) Select COM port (usually the last one)

5) Click on Connect