Click Here for older software versions for pre-2015 boards

WinIPAC Version 2

Compatible with I-PAC Ultimate I/O, I-PAC 2, I-PAC 4, Mini-PAC, J-PAC. (2015 boards only).

Winipac V2

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Click Here to Download Program


Click Here   for latest firmware files for all 2015 I-PAC, Mini-PAC and J-PAC boards plus all Ultimate I/O boards regardless of date.
NOTE: Attemting to upgrade a pre-2015 board which this firmware will render it inoperable.
 1.22. Cures intermittent failure to send keycodes on some hosts.
1.23 Correct stuck shift on I-PAC 4. Extend Start1 pulse time. Following customer feedback this version reverts the self-test LED function to that of pre-2015 boards. The LED is ON when no error detected.
1.30 Correct false self-test failures (flashing LED at power on).
1.31 Correct various PacLink issues
1.32 Improved performance, reduce debounce timer value.
Special Firmware with Game Controller device removed.
Starting with version 33 a special version is included in the zip file which removes the game controller device. This is required for certain host applications such as RetroPi. These versions have the first version digit as "4" eg 1.43. When changing from the standard version to this version it is necessary after the firmware change to locate the "composite device" under the USB Controllers entry in Device Manager and "Uninstall" this so that Windows can re-detect the new version correctly.

Programming Utility for Mac


Thanks to John K. Morris of Evolution Interactive for this software
Click here to download the new version for Intel Macs
Click here to download the older PowerPC version.

Linux Utilities

Linux software utilities are available. These cover several of our products and are being added-to. Please note we are not able to provide direct support for these utilities:
Linux Library and command line utilities developed by Katie Snow

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UltraMap Utility for Creating and Downloading Custom Maps
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Click to Download
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We now have a Linux / OSX utility for downloading maps, thanks to Al Crate:  Here