Firmware for Intel® RealSense™ L500 Product Family

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2/16/2021

Introduction

Provides firmware bin file for Intel® RealSense™ L500 Product Family.

Available Downloads

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  • OS Independent
  • Size: 1.4 MB
  • SHA1: 04F6C252E3DFB61AA6781C06FD96DF32BC4302D1

Detailed Description

File

Signed_Image_UVC_1_5_4_1.bin: Firmware bin file for Intel® RealSense™ L500 Product Family for use on all supported operating systems.

This is a minor firmware release.

Firmware release types
Major firmware release:
This is a production firmware release. Production firmware is recommended and supported for production builds integrating Intel RealSense depth cameras.

This is a firmware which is used on the Intel RealSense camera production line. Major Releases are recommended and supported for customers integrating Intel® RealSense™ depth cameras or modules into complete products. The current release cadence is bi-annually.

Minor firmware release:
These are development firmware releases between the bi-annual Major Releases. The Intel RealSense team continues implementing new features and resolving issues. All the new changes are validated, but a complete end-to-end system validation is not completed until a major release. Minor releases are completely acceptable for customer integration. Customers can take advantages of the new features and resolved issues. Check the errata and release notes for the details.

Documentation

The zip file includes the Intel® RealSense™ L500 Series Specification Update (PDF), which contains the latest device and documentation errata, specification clarifications, and changes.

How to install

A firmware update can be completed using the Firmware Update Tool provided with librealsense or the RealSense Viewer tool.

This download is valid for the product(s) listed below.

Disclaimers1

Product and Performance Information

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