Caution!!!- Be sure to statically ground yourself prior to touching any of the electronics inside the X2 logger



    1. Remove Power from the X2 by disconnecting any cable connected to the center 6-pin port.
    2. Locate the green plastic wire from its track in the base of the X2’s aluminum housing.
    3. Slide tweezers or the tip of the screwdriver packaged with the X2 beneath the wire to expose it.
    4. Pull the end of the wire while applying pressure to the top of the X2 to remove it from the track. Tweezers or needle-nose pliers can be used if needed. 
    5. Pull up on the enclosure to separate it from the X2 base.
    6. If changes are required with the X2 Main-PCB’s SD card, locate this on the top board

      X2 Main-PCB micro-SD Card Location


    7. This card can be removed to update files manually using a micro-SD card reader. If a script file needs updated, copy over the NexSens-supplied .lua file into the scripts folder and overwrite the existing file.

      X2 Main-PCB SD Card Files

      Main Board X2 Script Folder

    8. If the RTU Board’s SD card needs accessed to update firmware files, locate the slot opposite the RF connector and on the topside of the lower board.

      RTU-PCB SD Card Location

    9. The RTU’s SD card files can be read using a micro-SD card reader. If changes to the RTU firmware are required, copy over NexSens-supplied DL100.bin and DL100.crc files and overwrite the existing files.

      Parent Directory of RTU SD Card

    10. Slide the enclosure back over top the X2 base, ensuring that no wires are pinched.
    11. Align the wire entry with the machined body tag on the aluminum base.
    12. Push down on the top of the enclosure and feed the wire back into its track and re-apply power to the system.