The MiniSeq Software Suite upgrade provides several enhancements to MiniSeq systems, including:
The following software updates are included in the MiniSeq Software Suite v2 upgrade:
|Software Application||Prior Version||New Version|
|Operating System||Windows 7||Windows 10|
|MiniSeq System Suite Installer||1.1.8||2.0|
|MiniSeq Control Software (MNCS)||1.0, 1.1||2.0|
|MiniSeq Service Software (MNSS)||1.0, 1.1||2.0|
|MiniSeq Real Time Analysis (RTA)||2.8.6||2.11.4|
|MiniSeq Recipe Installer||1.0.0||2.0|
|Universal Copy Service (UCS)||None||1.6.3|
|BaseSpace Broker||2.9.1||Replaced by UCS v1.6.3|
|Run Copy Service||1.0.20||Replaced by UCS v1.6.3|
|Illumina DMA Driver||4.5.3||4.5.3|
|Local Run Manager||1.3.1||2.4.1|
An Illumina Field Service Engineer must come on site to do the upgrade. To schedule an upgrade, contact an Illumina Field Representative. Here’s what to expect with the upgrade:
With MNCS v2, non-admin users can run the instrument control software. There are several considerations for non-admin accounts:
Local Run Manager is upgraded to v2 as part of MiniSeq System Suite Installer v2. For details on what is new with this Local Run Manager release, refer to the MiniSeq System Suite Release Notes on the support website. If you need to continue to use Local Run Manager v1, you cannot upgrade your system to MNCS v2.
Local Run Manager v2 includes several new features:
Local Run Manager v2 is compatible with the latest Local Run Manager Analysis Modules release, available for download from the support website.
|Local Run Manager Module||Version|
|DNA Enrichment||2.0 (not compatible with 1.0)|
The update to MNCS v2 includes installation of a new hard drive. To transfer Local Run Manager data from your current drive to the new drive, save the data to your local network or the cloud prior to v2 installation, then move it to the new drive.
If you have previously used BaseSpace Sequence Hub Prep tab to set up a run remotely, you can now use Local Run Manager for this task. For details, refer to the Viewing Local Run Manager section of the Local Run Manager Software Guide.