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can anyone help me out I need a copy of lacuna Mk2 firmware 5.05UK
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has anybody got any uk firmware for this meter Lacuna Mk2
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LACUNA/WOLSEY don't exist anymore there is a guy in the isle of wight that fixes them,it just cost me £80 for a new tuner board for mine.

I will PM his email address and name you could ask him
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I have the yellow one; I think it is MK 4.It shows manufacture date 04.Original Battery pack (8)gave a lot of problems.The pack takes a 12 volt charge and as each rechargeable battery is 1.2 you need 8 to make up the 12v.There are a couple of other forums where problems with the original battery packs are discussed. The main problem is/was that the pack required constant charging as the batteries continued to discharge once they remained in the meter, even when it was switched of. That problem may now be resolved. Battery pack from Wolsey/Lacuna and others are v. expensive but it seems you can make up your own pack with Nimh rechargeable 2500 or 2700mAh batteries.
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Hi Brummie
I emailed the guy about my lacuna meter, the emails have been received but not a word from him, looks like it time for a new meter
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I am giving up on my mk2 and thinking of buying mk4, what software is needed to program this version to keep up to date
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you can use the prog in this thread but lacuna/wolsey meters are not made anymore, if I was you I would look for a recent type with plenty of support
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any recommendations for a meter sub £300 with good support
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Does this work with the 3 button model?
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LACUNA/WOLSEY don't exist anymore there is a guy in the isle of wight that fixes them,it just cost me £80 for a new tuner board for mine.

I will PM his email address and name you could ask him
I think the guy you refer to used to work for Lacuna I spoke to him a few times on the phone and e-mail a few years ago - Lacuna manufacturing left the isle due to ROHS electronic regs and was being distributed by CPC - I think the guy was used as tech support. If you dont mind I would appreciate his e-mail Im missing a cable for one of my Lacuna meters and he may be able to help
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