A number of firmware image files are compiled for every new MULTI-Module firmware release. Use the MULTI-Module Firmware Download site to download the correct file for your module:
The standard firmware file names follow this pattern:
mm-[module type]-[sub type]-[channel order]-[firmware version].bin
The parts of the file name are explained below.
Determines the type of MCU the firmware was built for:
- avr - for older MULTI-Modules with an ATmega328p MCU
- stm - for MULTI-Modules with an STM32 MCU
- orangerx - for OrangeRX modules running MULTI-Module firmware
- t18int - Jumper T18 radios with a 5-in-1 module
- tlite5in1 - Jumper T-Lite radios with a 5-in-1 module
For STM modules, the type of module or radio:
- serial - standard firmware for OpenTX, EdgeTX, erSky, or other serial radios
- 5in1 - DIY 5-in-1 modules
- cc2500 - radios/modules which only have the CC2500 RF component
- ppm - radios which use PPM Mode
For AVR modules, the flash method used to update the firmware:
- txflash - update from the radio
- usbasp - update using the Arduino IDE and a USBasp
The Expected Channel Order for the firmware image.
- aetr - expects to receive channel data in AETR order
- reta - expects to receive channel data in RETA order
- taer - expects to receive channel data in TAER order
The version number of the firmware.
Some examples to help select the correct firmware file:
A small number of files are compiled for debugging or development purposes. These files are only produced with AETR channel order.
Protocol Dumping firmware enables the radio to capture and decoding RF transmissions from other RC transmitters which use the common XN297 RF module. This can be used to reverse-engineer unknown protocols so that they can be added to the MULTI-Module.
Captured data is displayed via serial output.
Protocol Dumping firmware is named in this pattern:
mm-stm-xn297dump-[debugging type]-[firmware version].bin
See the Protocol Dumping page for more information: