Downloads

PINE Motion App

With the PINE Motion App, all motion control products can be controlled wirelessly via the PINE Controller.

Explore the app via the integrated DEMO Mode before you make a purchase decision.

Learn more about the PINE Motion app here.

PlatformWeblink
AndroidTo the Google Play Store
iOSTo the Apple App Store

User Manuals

Detailed instructions for our products can be downloaded here.

In addition, we have a media library with helpful Video Tutorials.

You can also book personal video support via Zoom or Skype.

Product / ApplicationDownload-Link
PINE ControllerDownload
Getting Started with PINE IIDownload
SliderDownload
NT-UnitsDownload
Lens UnitDownload
Astro FinderDownload

PlayStation 4 Controller Pair Tool

Our PINE II controller can also be controlled wirelessly via a conventional PlayStation 4 game controller.

To connect a PS4 controller to the PINE II, a special Mac address must be programmed into the PS4 controller. This process is only necessary once or whenever the controller was previously connected to a PlayStation console.

The Mac address can be reprogrammed with the Sixaxis Pair Tool. Connect the PS4 controller to your PC via a USB cable. Then set the Mac address to “03:03:03:03:03”. Then disconnect the PS4 controller from USB.

To connect the PS4 controller to the PINE, press the center PlayStation button once when the PINE has fully booted. The LED in the controller will then briefly flash white, and change to a constant color when successfully connected to the PINE. The color of the LED indicates the battery status. The colors go from green (fully charged), through yellow and orange, to red (almost empty).

If the PlayStation controller no longer connects to the PINE (even with the correct Mac address), first try to store another Mac address (e.g. 03:03:03:03:02), and then go back to 03:03:03:03:03.

To use the PS4 controller with a game console again later, it can simply be reconnected to the console via the Share button.

SoftwareDownload-Link
Sixaxis Pair Tool (Windows)Download

Firmware Updater

Firmware updates for the PINE controllers are possible with the updater tools for Windows and MacOS. If the PINE controller is not recognized as a USB device, an installation of the additional USB drivers is necessary.

Our new PINE II can also be updated via OTA (Over-The-Air via WiFi) without a computer. We recommend this option for updating the PINE II.

With our Windows Updater, new firmware files can be downloaded directly from our server. Alternatively, the individual firmware files can be downloaded below, which can then be loaded onto the PINE via the updater.

Further details about the update process can be found in the operating instructions of the PINE Controller.

SoftwareDownload-Link
Updater for WindowsDownload
Updater for MacOS (not for PINE II)Download
USB Driver Windows X64 (64-Bit) for PINE, PINE LITE, PINE RDownload
USB Driver Windows X86 (32-Bit) for PINE, PINE LITE, PINE RDownload
USB Driver Windows for PINE IIDownload
USB Driver MacOS for PINE IIDownload

Firmware Files – PINE II (Generation 2)

Click on the version names to download the firmware files. Then select the files via the updater tools to upload them to the PINE.

VersionDescription
V4.103. August 2021 Initial Release

Firmware Files – PINE, PINE LITE, PINE R (Generation 1)

Click on the version names to download the firmware files. Then select the files via the updater tools to upload them to the PINE.

VersionDescription
V3.403. August 2021 Fixes issues in Astro Mode for trigger times > 10 seconds.
V3.316. February 2021 Fixes Bluetooth connection problems on Samsung smartphones with the latest Android 10 and 11 operating systems.
V3.28. September 2020 Optimizes the functionality for the use of motor limit positions.
V3.122. May 2020 Brings a loop mode and the option for scheduled start times to the time-lapse mode.