What is happening:
A GPS week rollover will occur at the end of the GPS day on April 6, 2019. Current equipment will not be effected.
Survey Instruments affected:
If you are running the Trimble R10, R8, R8S, R7 and R6, you will not have issues. If you are running 5800s or 5700s or later gear, with software that pre-dates 2.32, you will need to upgrade. All Trimble receivers with firmware version ≥2.32 will continue to operate normally following the rollover. See chart at the bottom of the page.
MGIS Instruments affected:
All MGIS receivers will continue to operate normally following the rolloever, although some very early receivers may beed a firmware update. See below at the bottom of the page.
If you are not currently up-to-date with your firmware coverage, you will need to purchase a Firmware Protection Plan. Protection plan pricing is available by calling customer service at 877-309-4099.
Need some help?
Call AllTerra's technical support staff if you have questions on how to verify the Firmware version in your GPS, Toll-Free Tech Support Hotline at 866.565.4936
Current Survey receiver firmware version
The table below shows the current firmware versions for all Trimble receivers (Year 2000 and beyond). Protection plans, including receiver firmware maintenance, are available for upgrading your receiver to the current firmware version, if required. See your local distributor for information on protection plans.
Current MGIS receiver firmware version - Mapping & GIS hardware
The table below shows the Trimble Mapping & GIS portfolio receivers and handhelds (released 2005 and beyond) that will continue to operate normally following the WNRO event, provided that the receiver firmware version is up to date. See your local distributor for information on updating the firmware on your devices, if necessary.