Advantech TREK753 Manual

User Manual
TREK-753
7" All-in-one Mobile Data
Terminal
Copyright
The documentation and the software included with this product are copyrighted 2012
by Advantech Co., Ltd. All rights are reserved. Advantech Co., Ltd. reserves the right
to make improvements in the products described in this manual at any time without
notice. No part of this manual may be reproduced, copied, translated or transmitted
in any form or by any means without the prior written permission of Advantech Co.,
Ltd. Information provided in this manual is intended to be accurate and reliable. However, Advantech Co., Ltd. assumes no responsibility for its use, nor for any infringements of the rights of third parties, which may result from its use.
Acknowledgements
Intel and Atom are trademarks of Intel Corporation.
Microsoft Windows and MS-DOS are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corp.
All other product names or trademarks are properties of their respective owners.
Product Warranty (2 years)
Advantech warrants to you, the original purchaser, that each of its products will be
free from defects in materials and workmanship for two years from the date of purchase.
This warranty does not apply to any products which have been repaired or altered by
persons other than repair personnel authorized by Advantech, or which have been
subject to misuse, abuse, accident or improper installation. Advantech assumes no
liability under the terms of this warranty as a consequence of such events.
Because of Advantech’s high quality-control standards and rigorous testing, most of
our customers never need to use our repair service. If an Advantech product is defective, it will be repaired or replaced at no charge during the warranty period. For outof-warranty repairs, you will be billed according to the cost of replacement materials,
service time and freight. Please consult your dealer for more details.
If you think you have a defective product, follow these steps:
1. Collect all the information about the problem encountered. (For example, CPU
speed, Advantech products used, other hardware and software used, etc.) Note
anything abnormal and list any onscreen messages you get when the problem
occurs.
2. Call your dealer and describe the problem. Please have your manual, product,
and any helpful information readily available.
3. If your product is diagnosed as defective, obtain an RMA (return merchandise
authorization) number from your dealer. This allows us to process your return
more quickly.
4. Carefully pack the defective product, a fully-completed Repair and Replacement
Order Card and a photocopy proof of purchase date (such as your sales receipt)
in a shippable container. A product returned without proof of the purchase date
is not eligible for warranty service.
5. Write the RMA number visibly on the outside of the package and ship it prepaid
to your dealer.
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Part No.
Edition 1
Printed in Taiwan
April 2012
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Declaration of Conformity
CE
This product has passed the CE test for environmental specifications. Test conditions
for passing included the equipment being operated within an industrial enclosure. In
order to protect the product from being damaged by ESD (Electrostatic Discharge)
and EMI leakage, we strongly recommend the use of CE-compliant industrial enclosure products.
FCC Class B
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class
B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
„ Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
„ Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
„ Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
„ Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This device complies with Part 15 FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference may
cause undesired operation.
Technical Support and Assistance
1.
2.
Visit the Advantech web site at http://support.advantech.com where you can find
the latest information about the product.
Contact your distributor, sales representative, or Advantech's customer service
center for technical support if you need additional assistance. Please have the
following information ready before you call:
– Product name and serial number
– Description of your peripheral attachments
– Description of your software (operating system, version, application software,
etc.)
– A complete description of the problem
– The exact wording of any error messages
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Warnings, Cautions and Notes
Warning! Warnings indicate conditions, which if not observed, can cause personal
injury!
Caution! Cautions are included to help you avoid damaging hardware or losing
data. e.g.
There is a danger of a new battery exploding if it is incorrectly installed.
Do not attempt to recharge, force open, or heat the battery. Replace the
battery only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Discard used batteries according to the manufacturer's
instructions.
Note!
Notes provide optional additional information.
Document Feedback
To assist us in making improvements to this manual, we would welcome comments
and constructive criticism. Please send all such - in writing to: support@advantech.com
Packing List
Before setting up the system, check that the items listed below are included and in
good condition. If any item does not accord with the table, please contact your dealer
immediately.
„ TREK-753 series Mobile Data Terminal
„ USB/LAN cable clip
„ Warranty card
„ Power cord: DC power inlet cable (200 cm - for TREK-753 only)
„ WWAN or WLAN Antennas (by options)
„ “Drivers, Utilities and User Manual" CD-ROM
„ End User License Agreement (WES and WinCE model), please download driver
and related document from http://support.advantech.com
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Ordering Information
Part Number
Description
TREK-753R-0A0E
TREK-753R Bare bone with Z510PT 1.1GHz CPU
TREK-753R-1A0E
TREK-753R Bare bone with Z520PT 1.3GHz CPU
TREK-753S-0A0E
TREK-753R Bare bone with 1.1G CPU/Sunlight readable touch
screen
TREK-753R-CWBXPA0E
TREK-753R w/CDMA/GPS/WLAN/BT/1GB RAM/4G CF/WES
TREK-753R-HWBXPA0E
TREK-753R w/HSDPA/GPS/WLAN/BT/1GB RAM/4G CF/WES
TREK-753R-GWBXPA0E
TREK-753R w/GPRS/GPS/WLAN/BT/1GB RAM/4G CF/WES
Safety Instructions
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
Read these safety instructions carefully.
Keep this User Manual for later reference.
Disconnect this equipment from any AC outlet before cleaning. Use a damp
cloth. Do not use liquid or spray detergents for cleaning.
For plug-in equipment, the power outlet socket must be located near the equipment and must be easily accessible.
Keep this equipment away from humidity.
Put this equipment on a reliable surface during installation. Dropping it or letting
it fall may cause damage.
Do not leave this equipment in an environment where the storage temperature
is under -30° C (-22° F) or above 60° C (140° F); it may damage the equipment.
Do not operate this equipment in an environment temperature may over 50° C
(122° F). The surface temperature of metal chassis may be scorched or hot.
Make sure the voltage of the power source is correct before connecting the
equipment to the power outlet.
Position the power cord so that people cannot step on it. Do not place anything
over the power cord.The voltage and current rating of the cord should be greater
than the voltage and current rating marked on the product.
All cautions and warnings on the equipment should be noted.
If the equipment is not used for a long time, disconnect it from the power source
to avoid damage by transient overvoltage.
Never open the equipment. For safety reasons, the equipment should be
opened only by qualified service personnel.
If one of the following situations arises, get the equipment checked by service
personnel:
„ The power cord or plug is damaged.
„ Liquid has penetrated into the equipment.
„ The equipment has been exposed to moisture.
„ The equipment does not work well, or you cannot get it to work according to
the user's manual.
„ The equipment has been dropped and damaged.
„ The equipment has obvious signs of breakage.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that
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may cause undesired operation.
16. CAUTION: Always completely disconnect the power cord from your chassis
whenever you work with the hardware. Do not make connections while the
power is on. Sensitive electronic components can be damaged by sudden
power surges.
17. CAUTION: Always ground yourself to remove any static charge before touching
the motherboard, backplane, or add-on cards. Modern electronic devices are
very sensitive to static electric charges. As a safety precaution, use a grounding
wrist strap at all times. Place all electronic components on a static-dissipating
surface or in a static-shielded bag when they are not in the chassis.
18. CAUTION: Any unverified component could cause unexpected damage. To
ensure the correct installation, please always use the components (ex. screws)
provided with the accessory box.
Safety Precaution - Static Electricity
Follow these simple precautions to protect yourself from harm and the products from
damage.
„ To avoid electrical shock, always disconnect the power from your system chassis before you work on it. Don't touch any components on the main board or
other cards while the system is on.
„ Disconnect power before making any configuration changes. A sudden power
surge as you connect a jumper or install a card may damage sensitive electronic
components.
Warning! 1.
2.
3.
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Input voltage rated: 6 ~ 36 Vdc (12/24V power) or 18 ~ 58 Vdc
(48V power, option).
Transport: carry the unit with both hands and handle with care.
Maintenance: to properly maintain and clean the surfaces, use only
approved products or clean with a dry applicator.
CF/SD/SIM card: Turn off the power before inserting or removing
CompactFlash storage cards.
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Contents
Chapter
Chapter
1
General Information ............................1
1.1
1.2
1.3
Introduction ............................................................................................... 2
General Specifications .............................................................................. 3
Dimensions ............................................................................................... 5
Figure 1.1 TREK-753 Dimensions ............................................... 5
2
System Setup .......................................7
2.1
2.3
2.4
A Quick Tour of the TREK-753 Mobile Data Terminal .............................. 8
Figure 2.1 Front View of TREK-753............................................. 8
Figure 2.2 Rear View of TREK-753 ............................................. 8
Figure 2.3 Side View of TREK-753.............................................. 9
Figure 2.4 Bottom View of TREK-753.......................................... 9
Installation Procedures............................................................................ 10
2.2.1 Connecting the Power Cord........................................................ 10
Figure 2.5 Power Connector Photo ........................................... 10
Table 2.1: Pin Definition of Power Cord .................................... 11
2.2.2 Power Connector ........................................................................ 11
Figure 2.6 Power Connector Appearance ................................. 11
Table 2.2: Power Connector...................................................... 11
Running the BIOS Setup Program .......................................................... 12
Installing the Drivers for Win XP ............................................................. 12
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Hardware & Peripheral Installation ..13
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
Overview of Hardware Installation & Upgrading ..................................... 14
Installing the Storage Device and SIM Card ........................................... 14
Installing System Memory ....................................................................... 15
Installing Optional Accessories ............................................................... 15
Installing the I/O Cover............................................................................ 16
Installing Wireless Options...................................................................... 19
3.6.1 WLAN.......................................................................................... 20
Figure 3.1 Top View of TREK-753............................................. 20
3.6.2 GPRS.......................................................................................... 22
Figure 3.2 Top View of TREK-753............................................. 22
3.6.3 HSDPA (3.5G) ............................................................................ 26
Figure 3.3 Top View of TREK-753............................................. 26
3.6.4 CDMA (3.5G) .............................................................................. 28
3.6.5 GPS ............................................................................................ 30
Figure 3.4 Bottom View of TREK-753........................................ 30
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Pin Assignments ...............................33
4.1
4.2
Rear Side Connectors............................................................................. 34
Power Connector .................................................................................... 34
Table 4.1: Power Connector...................................................... 34
High Density Connector .......................................................................... 35
Table 4.2: High Density Connector............................................ 35
RS-232 Connector (COM8)..................................................................... 36
Table 4.3: RS-232 Connector (COM8) ...................................... 36
LED Indicator .......................................................................................... 36
2.2
Chapter
Chapter
4.3
4.4
4.5
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Chapter
5
Software Demo Utility Setup............ 37
5.1
5.8
Introduction ............................................................................................. 38
5.1.1 Execute J1939 Demo Utility........................................................ 38
Figure 5.1 IMC Demo Utility ...................................................... 38
Figure 5.2 J1939 Test - 1 & 2 .................................................... 39
Hot Key Test ........................................................................................... 39
Figure 5.3 Hot Key..................................................................... 39
RTC Test................................................................................................. 40
Figure 5.4 RTC Test - 1 & 2 ...................................................... 40
Figure 5.5 RTC Test - 3 & 4 ...................................................... 41
Figure 5.9 RTC Test - 5............................................................. 41
Power Management................................................................................ 42
5.4.1 Power Management Mechanism ................................................ 42
5.4.2 Power Management Utility Program ........................................... 43
5.4.3 Power Management Parameter Settings.................................... 44
Figure 5.10Power Management Test Utility ............................... 44
5.4.4 TREK-753 Power Consumption.................................................. 44
Execute CAN Demo Utility ...................................................................... 45
Figure 5.11CAN Test.................................................................. 45
GPIO Test ............................................................................................... 46
Figure 5.12DI/O Test .................................................................. 46
Figure 5.13Digital In ................................................................... 46
Figure 5.14Digital Out................................................................. 47
Video in Test ........................................................................................... 47
Figure 5.15 Video Test Utility .................................................... 47
Audio Test............................................................................................... 48
Appendix A
High Density Cable Pin Assignment49
A.1
Standard USB A Type Female Connector .............................................. 50
Table A.1: Standard USB A Type Female Connector ............... 50
Video input, BNC Female Connector...................................................... 50
Table A.2: Video Input, BNC Female Connector ....................... 50
RS-232 Connector (DB9 Male) (COM9) ................................................. 51
Table A.3: RS-232 Connector (DB9) (COM9) ........................... 51
4DI /4DO & RS-485 (DB15 Type Male) (COM5) .................................... 51
Table A.4: 4DI /4DO & RS-485 (DB15 Type Male) (COM5)...... 51
CAN Bus & J1708 (Terminal Block 6P, 5.08mm pitch)........................... 52
Table A.5: CAN Bus (Terminal Block 6P, 5.08mm Pitch) .......... 52
Power Extension Connector (Terminal Block 3P, 5.08mm pitch) ........... 52
Table A.6: Power Extension Connector (Terminal Block 3P,
5.08mm Pitch) .......................................................... 52
High Density & Connector Pin List.......................................................... 53
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
A.2
A.3
A.4
A.5
A.6
A.7
Appendix B
B.1
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EWF (Enhanced Write Filter) Manager
SOP55
EWF (Enhanced Write Filter) Manager SOP .......................................... 56
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Chapter
1
1
General Information
This chapter gives background
information on the TREK-753
Mobile Data Terminal.
Sections include:
„ Introduction
„ General Specifications
„ Dimensions
1.1 Introduction
Advantech-DLoG’s TREK-753 is a new generation, all-in-one 7” mobile data terminal
with touchscreen. Its compact and rugged industrial design is perfect for different
uses where space, vibration, transient power, and temperature fluctuations will damage most computer equipment. TREK-753 is the higher performing cousin of the
award-winning TREK-743 with its Intel® Atom™ Z510PT/US15 processor, increased
memory, the addition of an analog video input port, GbE LAN, and a rich complement
of I/O ports (additional COM ports, audio, CAN bus, and J1708). TREK-753 has also
been re-engineered to optimize internal space, gained by its full-flat panel touchscreen; and it has moved the CF/SD/SIM card slot to make it externally accessible,
allowing easy access without having to open the unit.
TREK-753 is built tough. It has an EN 60721-3-5 certification, and meets military
standards for vibration and shock. This ruggedness allows TREK to boldly go where
others dare not, opening a wide range of vertical market applications. TREK-753 is
suitable for taxi and bus transport, in vehicle fleets of all types, in long-haul trucking,
and as an affordable solution to heavy duty applications. TREK-753 is designed to
operate flawlessly in transient power conditions. It supports 12/24 V options, operating from 6 ~ 36 volts, and it is ISO7637-2 and SAEJ1113 compliant. With power-on/
power-off delay features which are software configurable, TREK holds its own in
unstable power conditions. And TREK can operate in the temperature extremes
found in harsh environments.
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Specifications
„ Dimensions: (W x H x D) - 255.7 x 161 x 56 mm (10.04" x 6.30" x 2.20")
„ Weight: 2.2 kg (max.)
„ Power features:
– Input voltage: 6 ~ 36 Vdc, supports ignition cold crank
– Supports Ignition on/off
– Supports low battery shut-down protection threshold (optional)
– Supports power off event delay
– Supports power on delay
– Supports power low delay
– Supports power low hard delay
– Supports hard off delay
„ CPU/Chipset: Industrial Intel Atom Z5XX 1.1GHz /1.33GHz (optional)
„ Chipset: On board Intel LE82US15EE
„ OS: Windows Embedded System(W.E.S.), WinCE6.0 and Ubuntu Linux
„ RAM: One 200-pin SODIMM socket, Supports up to 2 GB DDR2 400/533
„ Storage:
– 1 x SD card with external access (not for boot device)
– 1 x external accessible type ll Compact Flash memory card only (boot device)
– 1 x SIM card socket for GPRS/HSDPA
„ LCD: Display Type 7" 16:9 industrial degree TFT LCD, 800x480 resolution LED
backlight.
„ Touchscreen: Type 4-wire Analog resistive, continuous resolution, optional
support for sunlight readable TS display
„ I/O Functions:
– 1 x video input port for rear view monitor (Note: bypasses video to screen,
does not support video recording)
– 1 x RS-232 COM port from rear I/O; 1 x RS-232 COM port; 1 x RS-485 port
with high density connector.
– 1 x USB 2.0 port from front panel; 1 x USB 2.0 port from rear I/O; 1x USB 2.0
with high density connector
– 1 x 100/1000-T Gb LAN by RJ-45 connector
– 1 x CAN 2.0B with J1939 protocol with high density connector
– 1 x J1708 with high density connector
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Key Features
„ 7" WVGA LCD with 5 programmable, adjustable brightness hot keys
„ Support Windows Embedded System(W.E.S.), WinCE6.0 and Ubuntu Linux
„ Analog video input, J1708 & CAN2.0b with J1939 protocol supported
„ Supports CDMA/HSDPA/GPRS, GPS, WLAN, BT wireless communications
„ 12V/24V option: 6~36V input range compliant with IOS7637-2 & SAE J1113
standards
„ 48V option: 18~58V input range for specific applications
„ Fanless and ruggedized aluminum chassis, able to work in -30° C ~ 60° C
„ IP54 rating for the entire system, giving protection in harsh environments subject to shock and vibration (Passed EN60721-3-5 5M3 Shock/vibration 100G/4G
test).
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1.2 General Specifications
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– 1 x built-in 2.0w speaker and 1 x built-in microphone in front panel
– 1 x Line-in/Line-out/Mic-in interface with high density connector or switch to
high density connector (via software)
– 5 x green lighted, programmable function keys, 2 x for LCD brightness control
– 1x light sensor on front cover for auto LCD brightness control
– 4 x isolated DI & 4 x isolated DO connectors
RF Functions:
GPS:Built-in uBlox LEA-5S GPS module with external antenna in I/O plate
Bluetooth: Built-in Class 2 Bluetooth V2.0 + EDR module
WWAN:
– GPRS module; Cinterion MC55i with SMA type antenna
– HSDPA module; Sierra wireless MC8790V with SMA type connector
– CDMA module; Sierra wireless MC5728V with SMA type connector
WLAN: Built-in 802.11b/g/n module with SMA type connector
Power Supply:
– Input Voltage 12V/24V option supports 6~36 V power design with
ISO7637-2 & SAE J1113 compliant
– 48v option support 18~58V input for specific application (Optional)
Mechanical Design:
– Aluminum chassis, optional, to support entire system IP54 rating with an
extended I/O cover
– Weight- under 2.2 kg (~4.85 lbs)
– Dimensions (W x H x D) - 255.7 x 161 x 56 mm (10.04" x 6.30" x 2.20")
Environmental Specifications:
– Operating Temperature : -30° C ~ 50° C
– Relative Humidity 95% @ 40° C (No condensing)
– Vibration & Shock: MIL-STD-810G (US highway truck), Method 516.5,
– SAE J1455, Class 5M3 according DIN EN 60721-3-5 (Lv.2 100G, 6ms,
shock)
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1.3 Dimensions
General Information
255.7
161
30
56
54
75
75
4-M5
Figure 1.1 TREK-753 Dimensions
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Chapter
2
2
System Setup
This chapter details system setup
for TREK-753.
Sections include:
„ A Quick Tour of the Mobile Data
Terminal
„ Installation Procedures
„ Running the BIOS Setup Program
„ Installing the Drivers for Win XP
2.1 A Quick Tour of the TREK-753 Mobile Data
Terminal
Before starting to set up the Mobile Data Terminal, take a moment to become familiar
with the locations and functions of the controls, drives, connectors and ports, which
are illustrated in the figures below. When the Mobile Data Terminal is placed inside
truck glove cabinet or under the passenger’s seat next to the driver, its front appears
as shown in Figure 2.1.
Figure 2.1 Front View of TREK-753
Figure 2.2 Rear View of TREK-753
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Figure 2.3 Side View of TREK-753
Figure 2.4 Bottom View of TREK-753
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2.2 Installation Procedures
When you install TREK-753, the first step is to connect the power and ignition correctly. TREK-753’s power cable is designed to connect to the battery directly. TREK753 can be switched ON/OFF both by the ignition signal or its power button.
Note!
TREK-753 power input supports 12V/24V & 48V DC input. The default
setting is for 12V or 48V (option board) only. If customer needs 24V DC
input, please contact regional sales or distributors to customize in
advance.
Note!
The fuse in the power cable for a 12V/24V (10A) and a 48V (5A) system
is different. Please check the fuse in your power cable before the system is powered on.
2.2.1 Connecting the Power Cord
Connect the three pin waterproof power cord to the DC inlet of TREK-753. On the
open-wire end, one pin is reserved for positive voltage and is marked "+" which
needs to be connected to the power "+" side; one pin is reserved for ground and is
marked "-"; which needs to be connected to the power "-" side. And, one pin is
reserved for the ignition signal with an “ignition” mark. There's an independent
"Shield" pin in the power cable; please fix it to the O-ring which is beside the TREK753 power connector.
Note!
Ignition on/off setting: The TREK-753 supports an ignition on/off function
so that you can power on/off the TREK-753 via the ignition signal/voltage.
Connector : DECA Switchlab ME050-50803
Mating connector: MC101-50803-3Y
Figure 2.5 Power Connector Photo
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Chapter 2
Table 2.1: Pin Definition of Power Cord
Pin
Definition
Color
1
+
Red
2
Shield
Black
3
-
Black
4
Ignition
Orange
TREK-753 can be powered on/off from the power button or directly from the vehicle
ignition. There is a 5 second delay when using ignition on/off. This avoids impact
from fluctuating power supply which might impact or damage system operation. For
more power management details, please see Power management in Chapter 5.
Figure 2.6 Power Connector Appearance
Table 2.2: Power Connector
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
Ground
2
Power input
(6~36VDC;18~58VDC)
3
Acc Ignition Input
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2.2.2 Power Connector
2.3 Running the BIOS Setup Program
In most cases, the computer will have been properly set up and configured by the
dealer or system integrator prior to delivery. However, it may still be necessary to
adjust some of the computer's BIOS (Basic Input-Output System) setup programs to
change the system configuration data, like the current date and time, or the specific
type of hard drive currently installed.
The setup program is stored in read-only memory (ROM). It can be accessed either
when turning on or resetting the computer, by pressing the “Del” key on the keyboard
immediately after powering up the computer.
The settings that are specified with the setup program are recorded in a special area
of the memory called CMOS RAM. This memory is backed up by a battery so that it
will not be erased when turning off or resetting the system. Whenever the power is
turned on, the system reads the settings stored in CMOS RAM and compares them
to the equipment check conducted during the power on self-test (POST). If an error
occurs, an error message is displayed on screen, and the user is prompted to run the
setup program.
2.4 Installing the Drivers for Win XP
After installing system software, the computer is ready to have the Intel® chipset,
VGA, audio, LAN, and touch screen functions set up. All the pre-requisite drivers are
stored on a CD-ROM disc entitled “Drivers and Utilities” (Check the correct wording
on the CD, which can be found in the accessories box.)
The utility directory includes multimedia programs. Some drivers and utilities in the
CD-ROM disc have their own text files which help users install the drivers and understand their functions.
These files are a very useful supplement to the information in this manual. For more
updated driver please refer to the Advantech website, www.advantech.com/support
The drivers for TREK-753 are listed below; run the executable to install the drivers.
Device
Version
Intel SCH INF Update
8.8.0.1011
Intel US15 GMA500 Graphic Driver
6.14.11.1018
PenMount Universal Driver
2.1.1.0
Realtek RTL8111DL 10/100/1000 PCI-E NIC
5.728.604.2009
Realtek ALC892 High Definition Audio
5.10.0.5804
FTDI FT4232 BUS USB Driver
2.6.0.0
ublox LEA-5S Driver
1.2.0.5
Sierra Wireless MC5728V
5.1.2535.0
Sierra Wireless MC8790V
6.20.0.7
Ralink RT3091 Wireless LAN Card (AW-NE768)
1.4.2.1
BT-203B Utility BlueSoleil (Optional)
2.1.3.0
Note!
The drivers and utilities used for TREK-753 are subject to change without notice. If you are in doubt, check Advantech's website or contact our
application engineers for the latest information regarding drivers and
utilities.
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Chapter
3
3
Hardware & Peripheral
Installation
This chapter details the installation of hardware for TREK-753.
Sections include:
„ Overview of Hardware Installation and Upgrading
„ Installing the Storage Device
and SIM Card
„ Installing System Memory
„ Installing the Drivers for Win XP
3.1 Overview of Hardware Installation & Upgrading
The Mobile Data Terminal consists of a industrial computer that is housed in a ruggedized aluminum enclosure. Any memory module or storage maintenance or hardware upgrades can be completed after removing the rear side RAM door/ side cover,
or remove the front panel to install.
3.2 Installing the Storage Device and SIM Card
TREK-753 has a side door and a user can easily install a SIM card or storage (CF or
SD) card. The CF card is the main bootable storage card which has the operating
system pre-installed from Advantech. The CF slot with an ejector (on the top side)
can eject the CF media from the socket with a press. The SD card acts as secondary
storage in TREK-753. The system is NOT allowed boot up from SD.
Note!
Please do NOT paste any sticker or label on a CF or SD card; it might
cause jamming and not be able to be ejected from the slot/socket.
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TREK-753 supports 200-pin SODIMM type DDRII DRAM. There's a door which can
be opened for RAM installation. It is very easy to open to install memory. However,
we suggest this change performed by our service center to avoid any possible damage (like electrostatic discharge or memory inserted in the wrong position.
For best thermal management, please make sure the thermal pad on
RAM door (Block in black) is always in place before the door cover is put
back on. (For a bare bone system, the thermal pad is in the accessories
box).
3.4 Installing Optional Accessories
Optional accessories, like RAM mount kits or other functional modules are available
for purchase as complements for TREK-753. All accessories use standard 75mm
type mounting with M5 type screws only.
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Note!
Chapter 3
3.3 Installing System Memory
3.5 Installing the I/O Cover
To ensure TREK-753’s entire system is protected with an IP54 rating, assemble the
IP54 I/O cover kit to mask all the connectors on the bottom side.
From left to right: plastic I/O cover, rubber seal, and plastic I/O box. Remove tape
adhesive cover on the back side of rubber seal, adhere the a rubber seal to the plastic I/O cover and route all cables across the plastic I/O box starting from the outside
and moving toward the inside.
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Install the cover attaching it in place with the 6 screws.
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There are 6 screws holes designed for the extra mechanical part installation. The
mounting frame needs to be secured by these holes.
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Connect all cables to system and secure before the cover is installed.
Screw the plastic I/O cover onto the plastic I/O box.
Installation complete.
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See the exploded drawing for clear assembly illustration.
TREK-753 is a highly integrated all-in-one terminal, all wireless options are able to
installed at once and work by independent connection. In the standard OS that
comes with TREK-753, all wireless connections have been setup in advance and
users will not need to set them up again. This information is provided for those who
need to build new wireless connections if necessary. RF options include:
Bluetooth
Wireless LAN(WLAN)
WWAN (GPRS/CDMA/HSDPA)
GPS
Note!
All hardware or reconfiguration changes should be performed by Advantech or its authorized service partners.
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3.6 Installing Wireless Options
3.6.1 WLAN
Driver Installation
1. Make sure the Wi-Fi module has been installed in the TREK-753.
Figure 3.1 Top View of TREK-753
2.
3.
4.
Make sure there is a wireless router and access point working available for
TREK-753 to connect to.
Turn on the TREK-753, and boot into the OS.
Double click "Setup.exe" from the driver CD (WLAN_AW-NE768_090714) to
install driver
Setup Connection
1. Press Start - Control panel - Network connections - Press right mouse button
and select properties for the wireless network connection; click "View Available
Wireless Networks".
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3.
4.
Highlight one of the available wireless LAN icons and double click on the Connect button found in the lower right-hand corner.
Some APs devices will have different SSIDs; choose an available one and connect (entering user ID & password if prompted).
Click Connect after entering key (if prompted) to connect to the wireless AP.
Open the web browser and TREK-753 will connect to the internet.
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2.
3.6.2 GPRS
Driver Installation
1. Make sure the Criterion MC55i GPRS module has been installed in the TREK753.
Figure 3.2 Top View of TREK-753
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4.
Turn on the TREK-753, and boot up the OS.
GPRS (MC55i) connects to the system on the COM port interface; it doesn't
need a separate driver. However, please check in advance that the device manager doesn’t show any entries with question marks.
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Insert the user’s SIM card in the TREK-753 slot; make sure the SIM card has
already applied to a GSM network in advance and can transmit/receive data.
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2.
Setup Connection
1. Press “Start” - “Control Panel” - “Phone and Modem options.”
2. Switch to “Dialing Rules” tab; press "New." Input GPRS Location name in Country/region field; input "00" for Area code.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
Switch to “Modems” tab, press "Add." Select "Don't detect my modem; select it
from a list." Press “Next.”
Choose "Standard 19200 bps Modem." Press “Next.”
Select “COM port.” Press “Next.” Press “Finish.” The screen will display "Standard 19200 bps Modem."
Press "Properties." Switch to modem tab and select "Maximum Port Speed."
Change speed from 19200 to 115200 - press “OK.”
Switch to “Advanced” tab. In the extra settings textbox, input: at+cgdcont=1,"IP","internet". Press “OK.”
In the “Network Connections” panel, select “Make New Connection.”
In the “Make New Connection Dialog” choose "Connect to the Internet." Press
“Next.”
Choose "Set up my connection manually." Press “Next.”
Choose "Connect using a dial up modem." Press “Next.”
Input ISP Name (ex: GPRS)." Press “Next.”
Do NOT input Phone number, User name and Password.
In completing the new connection wizard textbox, select "Add a shortcut to this
connection to my desktop." Press “Finish.”
In the “Network Connections” panel, click right mouse button, select “Properties”
In the "Phone number” textbox, input: *99***1#. Press, “Configure.”
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17. Change "Maximum speed (bps)” to 115200. Press “OK.”
18. Once the previous steps are complete, the new connection will be created.
19. Double Click on the new connection and Click “Dial.” TREK-753 will connect to
the internet.
3.6.3 HSDPA (3.5G)
Driver Installation
1. Make sure the HSDPA module has been installed in the TREK-753.
Figure 3.3 Top View of TREK-753
2.
Insert the user's SIM card in the slot; make sure the SIM card has already
applied to a GSM network in advance and can transmit/receive data.
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Turn on the TREK-753, then boot into the OS.
Install the HSDPA USB module driver/AP "Watcher_Generic Build 2258.msi"
from driver CD on the Windows Embedded OS.
2.
3.
To complete the new connection wizard textbox, select "Add a shortcut to this
connection to my desktop," then click “Finish.”
Once completed, the new connection will be created.
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Setup Connection
1. Check the device manager to make sure there are no entries with question
marks.
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3.
4.
4.
Double Click the "Sierra Wireless Watcher" and Click Button "Connect." The
TREK-753 will connect to the internet.
3.6.4 CDMA (3.5G)
Driver Installation
1. Make sure the CDMA module has been installed in the TREK-753.
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3.
4.
Insert the user's SIM card in the slot. Make sure the SIM card has already
applied to a GSM network in advance and can transmit/receive data.
Turn on the TREK-753, then boot into the OS.
Install the CDMA USB module driver "Watcher 7.11.msi" from Windows Embedded OS.
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Setup Connection
1. In completing the new connection wizard textbox, select "Add a shortcut to this
connection to my desktop," then click “Finish.”
2. Once completed, the new connection will be created.
3. Double Click the icon on the desktop; click "Connect." TREK-753 will connect to
the internet.
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2.
3.6.5 GPS
Installation
1. Make sure the GPS module & antenna has already been installed in the TREK753.
Figure 3.4 Bottom View of TREK-753
2.
3.
Turn on the TREK-753, boot up the OS.
Double click "ublox_A4_U5_USB_drv3264_install_UI.exe" application program
on the driver CD to install.
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Setup Connection
1. Install "u-Center" to setup and test.
Start test in "u-Center," setting COM port (COM7) and baud rate (9600bps) used
for GPS module.
3.
After starting test, NMEA output messages are display in the Development Data
View setup connection.
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4
4
Pin Assignments
This chapter explains pin assignments on the TREK-753.
4.1 Rear Side Connectors
4.2 Power Connector
Table 4.1: Power Connector
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
Ground
2
Power input
3
Acc Ignition Input
Note!
TREK-753 has 2 power options for different applications:
„ Input Voltage 12 V/24 V options support 6~36 V power design with
ISO7637-2 & SAE J1113 compliance (default)
„ 48 V option supports 18~58 V input for specific applications
(Optional)
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4.3 High Density Connector
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
+5VDC output (+/- 5%, max 0.5A)
2
+5VDC output (+/- 5%, max 0.5A)
3
USB Ground
4
USB D+
5
USB D-
6
CVBS Ground
7
CVBS IN
8
RSVD
9
Audio Ground
10
LINE OUT L
11
LINE OUT R
12
LINE IN R
13
LINE IN L
14
MIC IN
15
RS-485 Ground
16
COM5 485-
17
COM5 485+
18
J1708 Ground
19
COM6 J1708-
20
COM6 J1708+
21
Isolation CAN Ground
22
CAN L
23
CAN H
24
RSVD.
25
RSVD.
26
+12VDC output
27
+12VDC output
28
+12VDC output
29
Power Ground
30
Power Ground
31
Power Ground
32
COM9 RS-232 RI#
33
COM9 RS-232 CTS#
34
COM9 RS-232 RTS#
35
COM9 RS-232 DSR#
36
RS-232 Ground
37
COM9 RS-232 DTR#
38
COM9 RS-232 TXD
39
COM9 RS-232 RXD
40
COM9 RS-232 DCD#
41
RSVD.
42
Isolated Relay Driver Output 4#
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Isolated Relay Driver Output 3#
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Isolated Relay Driver Output 2#
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Isolated Relay Driver Output 1#
46
Isolated Dry Contact Input 4
47
Isolated Dry Contact Input 3
48
Isolated Dry Contact Input 2
49
Isolated Dry Contact Input 1
50
Isolation DIO Ground
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Table 4.2: High Density Connector
4.4 RS-232 Connector (COM8)
Table 4.3: RS-232 Connector (COM8)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
RS-232 DCD
2
RS-232 RXD
3
RS-232 TXD
4
RS-232 DTR
5
RS-232 Ground
6
RS-232 DSR
7
RS-232 RTS
8
RS-232 CTS
9
RS-232 RI / +12 VDC (max. 2500
mA)
4.5 LED Indicator
This system power indicator is an orange LED, controlled by hardware.
This LED will be lit on when the system is in NORMAL mode.
When system is off, this LED will not be lit.
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5
5
Software Demo Utility
Setup
This chapter explains the software
demo utility for TREK-753.
Sections include:
„ Introduction
„ How to Set up Demo Utility
„ Installing the Drivers for Win XP
5.1 Introduction
To make the hardware easier to access for programmers, Advantech has developed
a demo utility in order to let customers test the functions on TREK-753. This document describes detailed information for each Advantech demo utility so that application developers can become more familiar with using them.
For technical support, contact Advantech application engineers worldwide. For news
updates, visit our website: www.advantech.com
5.1.1 Execute J1939 Demo Utility
This section explains how to install the Advantech demo utility in Windows XP Pro /
Embedded.
1. Execute the test program called “IMC_Demo”
Figure 5.1 IMC Demo Utility
2.
Click “J1939.” Customer may connect directly to the truck; we use a car simulator board below to explain how J1939 protocol can be executed.
First, connect the simulator board to TREK-753 CAN port and console PC, once
the simulator is powered on (connect to the truck), you can start getting the
data. Click “Read” to get the data from the car simulator; click “Read” to transfer
the data to console.
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5.2 Hot Key Test
Click "Hot Key test" program in IMC demo main menu.
If "Auto Brightness" is checked TREK-753 will adjust the panel brightness automatically using a built-in light sensor input. Or the brightness of panel and hot keys can be
set manually.
Figure 5.3 Hot Key
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Figure 5.2 J1939 Test - 1 & 2
Brightness Level: Check "Set" option, key in brightness from level 0 ~10 in "Cur"
column.
The bigger the number, the brighter the panel.
When you finish setting the brightness level you want, please click "Apply."
If you want to check the current brightness level, please click "Get."
Duty Cycle: Each level's brightness strength can be set to any level.
After you finish setting the "Level" and "Duty Cycle" value for each level, click "Apply."
If you want to check the current brightness strength on a certain level, please click
"Get."
Light Sensor: When the sensor detects a change in brightness in the environment,
the value will change. The lower the value, the lower the brightness, and vice versa.
Hotkey: the backlight brightness of hotkeys can be adjusted by setting the value
from 0 ~100.
Key Status: When you press Hot key, the status will change from 0 to 1.
Key Function Definition: Set the parameters to connect to the application program
function of the hot key.
5.3 RTC Test
Execute “RTC test”
1. For RTC Time Setting: You can set year, month, date, and time as shown
below.
Figure 5.4 RTC Test - 1 & 2
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2.
RTC Alarm Setting: You can also set Alarm time; you can wake up the system at
the time you have set. Please refer to the figure below.
Figure 5.9 RTC Test - 5
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Figure 5.5 RTC Test - 3 & 4
5.4 Power Management
5.4.1 Power Management Mechanism
The Power Management feature is provided for users to fulfill special requirements
for different applications.
„
„
Ignition on/off:
– Turn on the system by ignition
In the case of applications, an ignition signal is often used to turn on or shutdown the system. When the system is in an OFF state and the ignition is
turned ON, the VPM controller will countdown to ON_DELAY; once it counts
to zero, the system will be turned on.
– Shutdown the system by ignition
When the system is powered on and the ignition is turned off, the
OFF_EVENT_DELAY will start to count down. During this stage, if the ignition is switched back to ON, the VPM controller will stop countdown and reset
the OFF_EVENT_DELAY value. If OFF_EVENT_DELAY counts to zero, the
VPM controller will send an event (power button press) to the system and
start to count HARD_OFF_DELAY. Application programs can watch this
event and do pre-defined tasks, like storing data and preparing to turn off the
system.
Once going into the HARD_OFF_DELAY stage, this process cannot be
reversed. If HARD_OFF_DELAY counts to zero, the system power will be cut
off abruptly.
Low power protection:
To avoid draining power, low-power protection is ensures their is enough power
to start the vehicle. When the system is ON, the VPM controller will monitor the
power voltage. If the voltage is lower than the programmable threshold
(LOW_THRESHOLD), the VPM controller will go into LOW_DELAY stage and
start to count down. During the stage of LOW_DELAY countdown, if voltage
goes back above LOW_THRESHOLD, the VPM controller will stop counting
down and exit. If LOW_DELAY counts to zero, the VPM controller will send an
event (power button press) to notify the system, go into LOW_ HARD_DELAY
stage and start to count down. Once LOW_ HARD_DELAY counts to zero, the
VPM controller will cut off the system power abruptly to avoid draining the
power.
The table below lists the user programmable parameters for VPM features:
Default value
Acceptable range
ON_DELAY
2 seconds
1 ~ 18000 seconds
OFF_EVENT_DELAY
5 seconds
1 ~ 18000 seconds
HARD_OFF_DELAY
60 seconds
1 ~ 18000 seconds
LOW_THRESHOLD (12V mode)
11.42 V
10.09 ~ 12.25 V
LOW_THRESHOLD (24V mode)
22.44 V
21.11 ~ 23.28 V
LOW_DELAY
30 seconds
1 ~ 3600 seconds
LOW_ HARD_DELAY
60 seconds
1 ~ 3600 seconds
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5.4.2 Power Management Utility Program
Execute IMCDemo.exe file, see the icon below.
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5.4.3 Power Management Parameter Settings
The parameters for power management on TREK-753 can be read or modified by the
Demo utility (see the image below) or SDK/API.
Figure 5.10 Power Management Test Utility
5.4.4 TREK-753 Power Consumption
OS: Windows Embedded Standard
Burn-in test V6.0
Power mode
Power input range
Power consumption (Typical)
12V/24V
6V~36V/6A(max)
36 Watt
48V
18V~58V/2A(max)
36 Watt
*Doesn’t support S1, S3, S4
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5.5 Execute CAN Demo Utility
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Reset the module
Transmit CAN message
Set the polling rate of CAN message reception
Received CAN message.
Set up the filter of CAN message (only show the message ID)
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Figure 5.11 CAN Test
5.6 GPIO Test
1.
To execute the I/O Test, connect GPIO loopback, click Pin0, connect the end
which reads the signal, the bulb should light up, likewise to Pin1 ~ Pin3. Next
check the Digital Output box to execute the same procedure. See Figure 6.
Figure 5.12 DI/O Test
a. Digital Output ==> isolated relay driver output
b. Digital Input ==> isolated dry contact input
Figure 5.13 Digital In
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5.7 Video in Test
There is one video input. Connect camera to the port, CAM1. Choose Channel 1 on
“Switch to.” The panel will show the image which Camera1 has taken, and it will fallback to original status after 10 sec.
Figure 5.15 Video Test Utility
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Figure 5.14 Digital Out
5.8 Audio Test
TREK-753 has a built-in microphone on the front panel. Audio functions (Line out and
Line-in & Mic-in) can be extended to remote site using a high density cable. Both
Line out & Line in functions work when a high density cable is connected. Mic-in is
able to work either from the front panel or from a high density cable.
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Appendix
A
A
High Density Cable Pin
Assignment
The high density connected for TREK-753 includes 48 wires in a 2-meter cable. It
extends functionality of many of the I/O port with standard type connectors.
At the host side, a 3M 10150-3000 PE series 50-pin connector can be connected with
TREK-753.
A.1 Standard USB A Type Female Connector
Table A.1: Standard USB A Type Female Connector
Pin Number
Definition
1
+V5_USB
2
USB_D-
3
USB_D+
4
GND(Drain wire)
A.2 Video input, BNC Female Connector
Table A.2: Video Input, BNC Female Connector
Pin Number
Definition
1
CVBS_IN
2
GND(Drain wire)
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Table A.3: RS-232 Connector (DB9) (COM9)
Pin Number
Definition
1
RS232_DCD
2
RS232_RXD#
3
RS232_TXD#
4
RS232_DTR
5
GND(Drain wire)
6
RS232_DSR
7
RS232_RTS
8
RS232_CTS
9
RS232_RI
A.4 4DI /4DO & RS-485 (DB15 Type Male) (COM5)
Table A.4: 4DI /4DO & RS-485 (DB15 Type Male) (COM5)
Pin Number
Definition
1
ISO_DI1
2
ISO_DI2
3
ISO_DI3
4
ISO_DI4
5
GND_ISO
9
ISO_DO1
10
ISO_DO2
11
ISO_DO3
12
ISO_DO4
13
RS485+
14
RS485-
15
GND(Drain wire)
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A.3 RS-232 Connector (DB9 Male) (COM9)
A.5 CAN Bus & J1708 (Terminal Block 6P, 5.08mm
pitch)
Table A.5: CAN Bus (Terminal Block 6P, 5.08mm Pitch)
Pin Number
Definition
1
CAN_H (H)
2
CAN_L (L)
3
GND (G)
4
J1708+ (J+)
5
J1708- (J-)
6
GND (G)
A.6 Power Extension Connector (Terminal Block 3P,
5.08mm pitch)
Table A.6: Power Extension Connector (Terminal Block 3P, 5.08mm
Pitch)
Pin Number
Definition
1
+V12(26AWG)
2
GND(26AWG)
3
+V5(26AWG)
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Jacks & I/O conn/pin
No.
Signal Name
Function / Conn
No.
1
+V5(26AWG)
Extended Power Terminal
Block 3P, 5.08mm pitch
3
2
+V5_USB
3
GND(Drain wire)
4
USB_D+
5
USB_D-
6
GND(Drain wire)
7
CVBS_IN
8
N/A
9
GND(Drain wire)
10
LINEOUT_Left
11
LINEOUT_Right
12
LINEIN_Right
13
LINEIN_Left
14
MICIN
15
GND(Drain wire)
16
RS485-
17
RS485+
13
18
GND(Drain wire)
6
19
J1708-
5
20
J1708+
21
GND(Drain wire)
22
CAN_L
23
CAN_H
24
N/A
25
N/A
26
+V12(26AWG)
27
+V12(26AWG)
28
+V12(26AWG)
29
GND(26AWG)
30
GND(26AWG)
31
GND(26AWG)
1
4
USB type A
female connector
3
2
2
Video input
BNC Connector
1
Line out jack
Line in jack
Mic. In jack
15
DIO & RS-485
DB15 female
14
CAN Bus & J1708
Terminal Block 6P, 5.08mm
pitch connector
4
3
2
1
1
Extended Power
Terminal Block 3P, 5.08mm
pitch
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A.7 High Density & Connector Pin List
32
RS232_RI
9
33
RS232_CTS
8
34
RS232_RTS
7
35
RS232_DSR
6
36
GND(Drain wire)
37
RS232_DTR
4
38
RS232_TXD#
3
39
RS232_RXD#
2
40
RS232_DCD
1
41
N/A
42
ISO_DO4
12
43
ISO_DO3
11
44
ISO_DO2
10
45
ISO_DO1
RS-232 male connector
5
9
DIO & RS-485
DB15 female connector
46
ISO_DI4
47
ISO_DI3
3
48
ISO_DI2
2
49
ISO_DI1
1
50
GND_ISO (26AWG)
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Appendix
B
B
EWF (Enhanced Write
Filter) Manager SOP
B.1 EWF (Enhanced Write Filter) Manager SOP
1.
Open Start -> All Programs -> Advantech -> Advantech EWF Manager.
2.
The following input screen will be shown.
A. EWF function: If you want to protect your operating system you can use the function to recover your OS after a restart..
Note!
Please check "C" volume is not protected.
EWF Enable Method:
1. Click Enable and a reboot the system when prompted.
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After restart EWF state will be set to "Enable"
3.
If you try to create a folder or file and restart the OS, you will discover you can't
modify data under the C volume.
Note!
If you want to write data at EWF enable state you can click Commit to
write data under C volume.
HORM (Hibernate Once and Resume Many): The function can always resume your
OS after hibernation, even after a shutdown or crash.
I
Before using HORM you should set EWF to the state "disable"
II
Check "Enable hibernate"
1. Right-Click on desktop and click "Properties"
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2.
2.
Choose "Screen Saver" panel and click "Power.”
3.
Check "Enable hibernate."
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Activate HORM
Open Start -> All Programs -> Advantech -> Advantech EWF Manager.
Click "Activate HORM."
3.
Chick "OK" to reboot OS.
IV
1.
Check "Use the Welcome screen."
Open Start -> Control Panel.
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III
1.
2.
2.
Click "Network and Internet Connections."
3.
Click "Network Connection."
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Right-Click on "Local Area Connection" and click properties.
5.
Uninstall "Client Service for NetWare."
6.
7.
Click "Yes" to remove "Client Service for NetWare" and reboot OS.
Open Start -> Control Panel.
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4.
8.
Click "User Accounts"
9.
Click "Cancel."
10. Check "Use the Welcome screen" and Click "Apply Options"
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Enable EWF
Open Start -> All Programs -> Advantech -> Advantech EWF Manager.
Click "Enable."
3.
Click "OK" to reboot OS.
VI
1.
Run "Hibernate"
Open Start -> Shut Down
2.
When you press "Shift" the Standby icon will be replaced with a Hibernate icon.
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V
1.
2.
VII Enable HORM is finished.
VIII If you unplug power cord after resuming system, you will discover the OS will
continue its resume state.
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