Hub Firmware UpdatesDownloads
Firmware update 1.16.98 supports ezeep Blue Pull Printing and introduces Hub Cloud Management.
Scope: ezeep Hubs, ThinPrint Hubs
Released: September 29, 2022
Bug fix: Firmware update 2.0.453 for the Universal Print Connector by ezeep ensures that the name of the print connector is always correctly displayed on the network.
Released: November 19, 2021
With firmware update 1.11.5, all network and USB printers found by the ezeep Hub are automatically reported to the ezeep Azure cloud.
Released: June 29, 2020
Firmware update 1.10.34 enables companies using Azure Virtual Desktop (formerly Windows Virtual Desktop) to access the ezeep Azure cloud and use cloud printing.
Released: May 15, 2020
Bugfix: You can now configure a value of more than 360 seconds for the printer timeout (the time after which a print job is categorized as failed and aborted).
Released: October 19, 2019
Firmware update 1.8.29 in conjunction with the ThinPrint Virtual Appliance allows ThinPrint Hubs and Personal Printing Release Stations to be managed centrally.
Released: July 5, 2019
Bug fix: Corrected port assignment when using multiple USB printers with a ThinPrint Hub
Released: December 12, 2018
Firmware update 1.6.4 includes security updates, improves print stability, and supports TLS encryption from version 1.2.
Released: July 9, 2018
Firmware update 1.5.19 (Release Station) allows up to 4 card readers to be connected to one ThinPrint Hub. This allows for example, when using Personal Printing in a printer room with 4 different printers that one ThinPrint Release Station is sufficient to pick up print jobs from the most suitable printer.
Note: Firmware versions before 1.2.25 need to update first to 1.2.25 before finally updating to 1.5.19.
Note for PowerShell users: If you want to update the ThinPrint Hub via PowerShell and have the PowerShell DLL (TPHubPS. dll) in versions 1.2.23 to 1.3.12, please click here »
Released: June 12, 2018
The ThinPrint Hub can now monitor the status of its connected printers via SNMP (toner levels, paper jams, etc.) and it also supports the IEEE-802.1x network authentication level. Likewise, status information can also be queried via SNMP for the ThinPrint Hub itself.
Released: October 6, 2017