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VC5090 Vehicle Computer
Product Reference Guide

Summary of Contents

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    VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide...

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    VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide 72E-76347-02 Revision A August 2007...

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    Motorola. No right to copy a licensed program in whole or in part is granted, except as permitted under copyright law. The user shall not modify, merge, or incorporate any form or portion of a licensed program with other program material, create a derivative work from a licensed program, or use a licensed program in a network without written permission from Motorola.

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    Revision History Changes to the original manual are listed below: Change Date -01 Rev A 5/31/06 Initial release. -02 Rev A 08/10/07 Updates including: Fusion 2.5, latest OS, AZERTY keyboard, mounting instructions, SCM and registry settings, maintenance release (BSP26). Description...

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    VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Installing the Vehicle Computer ... 1-8 Charging the Memory Backup Battery ... 1-8 Starting the Vehicle Computer ... 1-8 Chapter 2: Installation Introduction ... 2-1 Installing the Mounting Bracket ... 2-2 Installing the VC5090 in a Forklift ... 2-3 Positioning the Vehicle Computer ... 2-3...

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    12 Volt Propane Forklifts ... 2-10 Electric Forklifts ... 2-11 Removing Power to the Vehicle Computer ... 2-13 Installing the VC5090 on a Desktop ... 2-15 Mounting the Bracket on a Desktop ... 2-15 Connecting the Vehicle Computer to AC Power ... 2-16 Installing the Optional Keyboard ...

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    Keyboard Functionality ... 3-5 Soft Keyboards ... 3-6 Adjusting the Brightness ... 3-9 Controlling Screen Brightness ... 3-9 Controlling Keyboard Backlight ... 3-10 Adjusting the Volume ... 3-10 Taskbar ... 3-10 Start Button ... 3-12 Programs Menu ... 3-13 Desktop Button ... 3-13 Task Manager and Properties ...

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    VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide IP Mode ... 4-18 IP Address Entry ... 4-18 Transmit Power ... 4-19 Battery Usage ... 4-21 Manage Profiles Application ... 4-22 Changing Profiles ... 4-23 Editing a Profile ... 4-23 Creating a New Profile ... 4-23 Deleting a Profile ...

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    Modes ... 5-5 Wizard Mode ... 5-5 Explorer Mode ... 5-7 Discovering Bluetooth Device(s) ... 5-8 Bonding with Discovered Device(s) ... 5-9 Renaming a Bonded Device ... 5-10 Deleting a Bonded Device ... 5-11 Accepting a Bond ... 5-12 Discovering Services ... 5-13 File Transfer Services ...

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    VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide ActiveSync ... 7-3 SD Card ... 7-4 IPL ... 7-4 Creating and Loading Hex Images ... 7-6 Starting Terminal Configuration Manager ... 7-6 Defining Script Properties ... 7-8 Creating the Script for the Hex Image ... 7-9 Opening a New or Existing Script ...

  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    Wavelink TelnetCE ... B-1 Citrix ICA Client ... B-1 Setting Up Remote Desktop Client in AppCenter ... B-2 Disabling the VC5090 Heater ... B-3 Scanning through Remote Desktop ... B-3 Often Used Registry Settings ... B-5 AutoHide Task Bar ... B-5 Toggle Function Key ...

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    VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide...

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    Screens and windows pictured in this guide are samples and can differ from actual screens. Documentation Set The documentation set for the VC5090 is divided into guides that provide information for specific user needs. • VC5090 Quick Reference Guide - describes how to install and use the VC5090 vehicle computer.

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    VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Configurations This guide covers the following configurations: Configuration Radios VC5090 Full WLAN: 802.11a/b/g Screen WPAN: Bluetooth VC5090 Half WLAN: 802.11a/b/g Screen WPAN: Bluetooth Software Versions This guide covers various software configurations and references are made to operating system or software versions for: •...

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    ActiveSync, provides instructions for installing and configuring ActiveSync. • Chapter 7, Application Development and Configuration Package (DCP) for the VC5090 and the SMDK for C on the host computer and downloading software files to the mobile computer. • Chapter 8, Staging and •...

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    For the latest version of this guide and all guides, go to: http://support.symbol.com. Service Information If you have a problem with your equipment, contact Motorola Enterprise Mobility support for your region. Contact information is available at: http://www.symbol.com/contactsupport. When contacting Enterprise Mobility support, please have the following information available: •...

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    Motorola responds to calls by email, telephone or fax within the time limits set forth in support agreements. If your problem cannot be solved by Motorola Enterprise Mobility Support, you may need to return your equipment for servicing and will be given specific directions. Motorola is not responsible for any damages incurred during shipment if the approved shipping container is not used.

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    VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide...

  • Page 21: Introduction, Unpacking The Vc5090

    Chapter 1 Getting Started Introduction The VC5090 vehicle-mounted mobile computer is a rugged device for use on heavy equipment, especially forklifts. Designed for distribution centers, factory floors and warehouses, the VC5090 supports real-time receiving, tracking, put-away, picking and shipping applications. Sealed to IP66 standards for protection against dust and water and shock-tested, the VC5090 offers reliable performance in the most extreme temperatures and environmental conditions.

  • Page 22: Features

    1 - 2 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide • four cap screws • eight flat washers • eight lock washers • four hex nuts • three fuses and three fuse holders • VC5090 Quick Reference Guide • Wavelink Information sheet.

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    Quick Access Panel Keyboard Figure 1-2 VC5090 (Half Screen) Front View Desiccant Door Speaker Antenna Port for Main Power Optional External Switch Antenna Figure 1-3 VC5090 Back View Display Power LED Power Button COMM LED Backlight Control Button Backlight Control LED...

  • Page 24: Accessories

    Part Number: BTRY-VC50IAB00. Replacement desiccant bags. Part Number: KT-84524-01. Cable that connects the VC5090 and the vehicle accelerator pedal that detects when the vehicle is moving and blanks the screen so that the operator is not distracted while driving. Part Number: 25-82420-01R.

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    Standard USB B connector to USB A connector. Part number 25-64396-01R. USB Host Cable Cable to connect the VC5090 as a host device. Rugged connector to USB A jack connector. Part number 25-71915-01R. LS3203 Scanner Serial Cable to connect the Symbol LS3203 serial scanner to the VC5090 serial port. Part Cable number 25-71916-01R.

  • Page 26: Third Party Accessories

    VC5090 Accessories (Continued) Accessory RS232 Cable AC Power Supply DC Power Cable Software Third Party Accessories Table 1-2 lists the accessories available for the VC5090 from third party vendors: Table 1-2 VC5090 Third Party Accessories Peripheral Manufacturer CB Mode Handset Sinbon...

  • Page 27: Getting Started, Installing The Desiccant Bag

    • start the vehicle computer. Installing the Desiccant Bag NOTE Motorola recommends installing the desiccant bags in environments where extreme temperature changes occur, such as applications where the device may be continuously moved between a freezer and a hot / humid area.

  • Page 28: Installing The Vehicle Computer, Charging The Memory Backup Battery, Starting The Vehicle Computer

    Press the Power button again to resume normal operation. NOTE The power is applied at all times if the VC5090 is hard wired to the vehicle battery. If using the Ignition Sense cable and the vehicle ignition is off, then power is not applied to the vehicle computer.

  • Page 29: Chapter 2: Installation Introduction

    CAUTION A competent engineer must perform the installation in a vehicle. Improper installation can damage your vehicle and/or the VC5090. Do not install the vehicle computer in a location that will affect vehicle safety, driveability, or visibility.

  • Page 30: Installing The Mounting Bracket

    2 - 2 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Installing the Mounting Bracket CAUTION It is required to use the Motorola provided mounting bracket. Mounting Bracket Installation Figure 2-1 Position the friction pads in the friction pad mounting area. Position the mounting bracket over the mounting holes.

  • Page 31: Installing The Vc5090 In A Forklift, Positioning The Vehicle Computer

    • Install the appropriate mounting hardware.The VC5090 ships with four cap screws (3/8” - 16 - 2”) for securing the mounting bracket. If the supplied cap screws are not long enough, use 3/8” - 16 - X stainless steel cap screws where X represents the length in inches of the required cap screws.

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    2 - 4 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Avoid Extreme Wrist Angles Figure 2-3 Optimum Wrist Positions Figure 2-4...

  • Page 33: Mounting The Vehicle Computer, Mounting Bracket Template

    Mounting the Vehicle Computer Mounting Bracket Template 25.40 ± 0.10 mm 1.00 ±0.004 in. Mounting Template Figure 2-5 Drill Holes: 10.1 mm ± 0.1 mm 0.43 ± 0.004 in. 160.00 ± 0.20 mm 6.299 ± 0.008 in. Installation 2 - 5...

  • Page 34: Mounting Onto An Over-head Cross-beam Example

    2 - 6 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Important Fixing Information CAUTION Any modification to supplied mounting bracket could cause failure of the unit and/or mountings. • Mounting surface must be flat and stiff and it must extend evenly for the entire length of the mounting bracket surface.

  • Page 35: Mounting Onto An Over-head Cage Example

    Flat Washers Flat Washers Lock Washers Cap Screws Mounting the VC5090 onto an Over-Head Cross-Beam Example Figure 2-7 Mounting onto an Over-Head Cage Example The diagrams below illustrates a typical installation where the vehicle computer is mounted on an overhead cage.

  • Page 36: Mounting On A Dashboard Or Horizontal Surface Example

    2 - 8 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Nuts Lock Washers Flat Washers Flat Washers Lock Washers Cap Screws Mounting on Flat Overhead Beams Figure 2-8 Nuts Lock Washers Flat Washers Flat Washers Lock Washers Cap Screws Mounting on Transverse Overhead Beams...

  • Page 37: Routing Electrical Cables

    • Ensure cables do not swing or chafe on the structure. This often requires using cable ties approximately every foot, and ensuring the cables do not flex often, especially where they connect to the VC5090. However, if you must re-position the VC5090 occasionally, ensure there is enough slack in the cable to accommodate movement without putting tension on the cable.

  • Page 38: Volt Propane Forklifts

    2 - 10 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide 12 Volt Propane Forklifts NOTE The vehicle computer contains an Ignition Sense feature that detects when the ignition switch is turned off and shuts the vehicle computer down after a preprogrammed timeout. This feature allows the operator to use the vehicle computer for a predetermined time period after the ignition switch is turned off, then shuts the vehicle computer down automatically to prevent over-discharge of the forklift battery.

  • Page 39: Electric Forklifts

    Wire Shrink Tubing Fuse Holder Fuse Connection Figure 2-12 Slide shrink tubing over wires. Strip wires (0.4 in./10 mm) and insert into the fuse holder. Crimp fuse holder ends to ensure a proper electrical connection (use Thomas & Betts WT-11-M crimp tool or equivalent). Heat shrink tubing.

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    See the vehicle Owner's Manual for specific wiring information. This power cable needs to be connected between the forklift power source and the VC5090 in order to reduce potentially problematic electrical noise generated by the forklift’s electric motor drive. This power cable should only be used on nominal 24 to 48 volt electric forklifts.

  • Page 41: Removing Power To The Vehicle Computer

    Turn the vehicle ignition switch to the off position, if applicable. 20A Fuse Black 20A Fuse Green 2-6. wakeup settings are set to Installation 2 - 13 Power Cable 25-71919-02R VC5090 Filter . Tap > > Settings Control Panel >...

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    2 - 14 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Remove power to the vehicle computer. After re-applying power, turn the vehicle ignition switch to the on position, if applicable. Press the Power button on the Quick Access Panel to resume normal operation.

  • Page 43: Installing The Vc5090 On A Desktop, Mounting The Bracket On A Desktop

    If mounting to a thin surface such as drywall or plywood, a reinforcing plate is required. NOTE The VC5090 ships with four cap screws (3/8” - 16 - 2”) for securing the mounting bracket. If the supplied cap screws are not long enough, use 3/8” - 16 - X stainless steel cap screws where X represents the length in inches of the required cap screws.

  • Page 44: Connecting The Vehicle Computer To Ac Power

    2 - 16 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Connecting the Vehicle Computer to AC Power NOTE Use only a Motorola-approved power supply, output rated 12 VDC and minimum 9A (part number 50-14001-004 or 50-14001-004R). The power supply is certified to EN60950 with SELV outputs.

  • Page 45: Installing The Optional Keyboard

    • four cap screws with captive washers • two locking knobs • four flat and lock washers. Attach the keyboard brackets to both sides of the VC5090, using the cap screws with captive washers. Left Hand Bracket Cap Screws with...

  • Page 46: Adjusting The Keyboard

    Locking Knob Alignment Pin Holes Attaching the Keyboard Figure 2-18 Tighten the locking knobs. Plug the keyboard cable into the USB/Keyboard connector on the back of the VC5090. USB/Keyboard Connector Keyboard Port Figure 2-19 Adjusting the Keyboard To adjust the keyboard: Loosen the locking knobs.

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    Loosen Locking Knobs Figure 2-20 Squeeze the quick release tabs. Squeeze Quick Release Tabs Figure 2-21 Move the keyboard to the desired position. Adjust Keyboard Figure 2-22 NOTE Ensure that the positioning pins lock into the positioning holes in both brackets. Release the quick release tabs.

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    2 - 20 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Tighten the locking knobs. Tighten Locking Knobs Figure 2-23...

  • Page 49: Installing A Scanner, Connecting An Ls3203 Or A Ds/ls3408 Serial Scanner

    Connecting an LS3203 or a DS/LS3408 Serial Scanner NOTE Refer to the scanner Product Reference Guide for information on configuring the scanner. To connect an LS3203, DS3408 or LS3408 serial scanner to the VC5090: Connect the serial scanner cable to the scanner.

  • Page 50: Connecting An Ds/ls3408 Usb Scanner

    The USB scanner cable connects to the USB/Keyboard connector. If the optional keyboard is used on the VC5090 Full-screen configuration, you are not allowed to connect a USB scanner on the rugged USB port. Connecting a USB scanner to the USB A port is not recommended.

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    USB/Keyboard Connector Connecting USB Scanner to Keyboard Connector Figure 2-27 Scan the Simple COM Port Emulation bar code. Simple COM Port Emulation Bar Code Figure 2-28 Double-tap the icon SerialWedge Tap the icon in the task tray. SerialWedge Select > Configuration Port Selection Port Selection Window...

  • Page 52: Connecting An Ds/ls3478 Serial Scanner

    The USB scanner cable connects to the USB/Keyboard connector. If the optional keyboard is used on the VC5090 Full-screen configuration, you are not allowed to connect a USB scanner on the rugged USB port. Connecting a USB scanner to the USB A port is not recommended.

  • Page 53: Connecting A Ds/ls3478 Usb Scanner

    Connecting a DS/LS3478 USB Scanner NOTE Refer to the scanner Product Reference Guide for information on configuring the scanner. To connect a DS3478 or LS3478 USB scanner to the VC5090: Connect the USB scanner cable to the FL3478 cradle. Connect the USB scanner cable to the USB/Keyboard connector.

  • Page 54: Connecting An Ls3578 Bluetooth Scanner

    2 - 26 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Double-tap the SerialWedge Tap the icon SerialWedge Select > Configuration Port Selection Port Selection Window Figure 2-36 Select the COM6 (USB port) radio button. Verify that the scanner is connected properly. See Connecting an LS3578 Bluetooth Scanner NOTE Refer to the scanner Product Reference Guide for information on configuring the scanner.

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    Select > View Explorer Mode Select > . The VC5090 searches for Bluetooth devices in the area. The LS3578 appears Tools Discover Devices in the Untrusted Devices list. LS3478 Scanner - Untrusted Devices List Figure 2-41 Press and hold on the LS3578 item until the menu appears.

  • Page 56: Scanner Setup

    The LS3578 appears in the Trusted Devices list. Tap and hold on the Symbol Bluetooth HID Select Connect The scanner beeps indicating that it successfully connected to the VC5090. Open WordPad Scan a bar code. The bar code data appears in the Scanner Setup...

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    Tap the icon in the task tray. SerialWedge Select > Configuration Port Selection Port Selection Window Figure 2-43 Select the COM port radio button to match the COM port that you connected the scanner cable to. The scanner beeps to indicate that it is receiving power. Tap the icon in the task tray.

  • Page 58: Enable/disable The Scanner

    2 - 30 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Barcode Settings Window Figure 2-45 Enter or select configuration parameters as required: • Prefix - Appends the data entered in this field to the beginning of the bar code data. • Suffix - Appends the data entered in this field to the end of the bar code data.

  • Page 59: Verifying The Scanner Is Working Properly, Pairing Bluetooth Scanner And Cradle

    Verifying the Scanner is Working Properly To display scanner bar code data on the display: Tap the icon SerialWedge Select . The Show UI Show Barcode data Show Barcode Data Window Figure 2-46 Aim the scanner at a bar code and press the scan trigger. The bar code data appears in the window. Pairing Bluetooth Scanner and Cradle The Bluetooth scanner cradle receives power from the vehicle computer.

  • Page 60: Installing The Uninterruptable Power Supply

    2 - 32 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Installing the Uninterruptable Power Supply NOTE The Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS) Kit comes with eight replacement screws. To install the UPS: Use ESD precautions when installing the UPS. CAUTION Place the Main Power switch on top of the vehicle computer to the off position.

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    Connecting UPS to PCB Figure 2-48 Place the UPS/Memory Card door over the UPS and secure using the eight new screws. CAUTION Ensure that you torque the screws to seal the device properly. Otherwise, sealing can be compromised. Torque the screws to 9 ± 0.5 kgf/cm (7.8 ± 0.4 in-lbs). Place the Main Power switch to the on position.

  • Page 62: Installing A Secure Digital Card

    2 - 34 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Installing a Secure Digital Card A Secure Digital (SD) card provides secondary non-volatile storage. The card holder is located on the back of the VC5090. To install the SD card: Place the Main Power switch on the top of the vehicle computer to the off position.

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    Position of SD Card Figure 2-51 Snap the retaining door closed. Close Retaining Door Figure 2-52 Place the UPS/Memory Card door over the UPS and secure using the eight new screws. Ensure that you torque the screws to seal the device properly. Otherwise, sealing can be compromised. CAUTION Torque the screws to 9 +/- 0.5 kgf/cm (7.8 ±...

  • Page 64: Installing A External Antenna

    2 - 36 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Installing a External Antenna NOTE Motorola recommends using the Centurion™ antenna, model number: WTS2450-RPSMA. See page 1-6 for supplier information. An external antenna can be used when placement of the vehicle computer prohibits reception; i.e., inside a vehicle cab.

  • Page 65: Installing The Vehicle In-motion Detector, Normally Closed Switch, Normally Open Switch, Operation

    RF Settings Tab Window Figure 2-54 Tap the tab. RF Settings Tap the External Antenna Installing the Vehicle In-Motion Detector The optional Vehicle In-Motion Detector cable blanks the screen and disables use of the vehicle computer when the vehicle is in motion. Normally Closed Switch The customer must install a switch that is engaged when the vehicle accelerator pedal is not depressed (See Figure 2-55 on page...

  • Page 66: Switches

    2 - 38 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide timer is running, the touch screen is enabled but the backlight and keyboard are still disabled. If during this time the user touches the screen, the backlight comes on and the vehicle computer unlocks fully. Otherwise after this timer expires, the backlight comes on and the vehicle computer unlocks fully.

  • Page 67: Cable Installation

    Vehicle Stationary Accelerator Pedal Cable Switch (Open) Note: Diagram is for concept only. Actual switch, pedal, mounting hardware and installation vary depending upon the type of vehicle and hardware used. Only available on vehicle computers with OEM Version 05.26.0000 or higher. Switch Installation Example (Switch Normally Open) Figure 2-56 Cable Installation...

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    2 - 40 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide In-Motion Detector Cable Wiring Figure 2-57 Connect the connector of the Vehicle In-Motion Detector cable to either the COM1 or COM2 connector on the back of the VC5090. On the vehicle computer, tap window displays.

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    Set New PASSWORD Set New Password OEM Version 05.26.0000 and higher drop-down list, select the COM port that the In-Motion Detector cable is drop-down list, select the amount of time that the VC5090 waits before it > > > Settings...

  • Page 70: Over-ride

    2 - 42 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Set New Password Window Figure 2-62 In the text box, enter the old password. Old Password In the text box, enter the new password. The password must have a minimum of five characters.

  • Page 71: Connecting Accessories, Connecting An External Speaker To The Vehicle Computer

    Connect an optional scanner, ActiveSync serial cable, or USB device (such as a keyboard or mouse) using the appropriate port on the bottom of the VC5090. You should use either COM1 or COM2 port for serial ActiveSync or the USB Client port for USB ActiveSync.

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  • Page 73: Chapter 3: Operating The Vc5090 Introduction, Quick Access Panel, Power Button

    Chapter 3 Operating the VC5090 Introduction This chapter explains the buttons, status icons and controls on the VC5090 and provides basic instructions for using the VC5090, including powering on and resetting. It also included instructions for entering and capturing data.

  • Page 74: Power Led, Comm Led

    3 - 2 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Power LED Table 3-1 lists the states of the Power LED. Table 3-1 Power LED Indicator LED State Solid Green Vehicle computer is operating from external power. Flashing Green UPS battery is charging.

  • Page 75: Backlight Control Button, Programmable ("p") Keys

    Poor WLAN signal. Radio is not associates with an AP. Radio is disabled. COMM LED is disabled. ) can be set to perform certain functions, such as: > icon. The Programmable Keys Configure Programmable Keys Operating the VC5090 3 - 3 buttons into the backlight control Adjusting the window...

  • Page 76: Launch Application, Simulate Keypress

    3 - 4 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide In the action fields, enter the required data, if applicable. See the following paragraph for more information. Launch Application To set a programmable key to launch an application: In the drop-down list, select...

  • Page 77: Play Key Sequence, Using The Keyboard, Keyboard Functionality

    The half-screen vehicle computer has a built-in keyboards. Both keyboards function identically. Keyboard Functionality Table 3-3 describes the general functions of the keyboard. VC5090 QWERTY Keyboard Figure 3-7 Play Key Sequence Operating the VC5090 3 - 5...

  • Page 78: Soft Keyboards

    Backspace Space Soft Keyboards The VC5090 contains two on-screen Soft Input Panel (SIP) keyboards. The Microsoft SIP looks and functions like a standard keyboard. The VC5090 SIP looks and functions like the optional keyboard or the half-screen configuration’s built-in keyboard.

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    Input Panel AZERTY Input Panel Input Panel Pop-up Menu Figure 3-10 QWERTY VC5090 Soft Input Panel Keyboards - Normal Size Figure 3-11 AZERTY VC5090 Soft Input Panel Keyboards - Normal Size Figure 3-12 Tap the Enlarge or Reduce Keyboard button to scale the keyboard. The three sizes are small, normal and large with normal being the default size.

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    3 - 8 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Keyboard with Numeric Key Hidden Figure 3-13 To only display the numeric keys tap the Numeric Only Keys Figure 3-14 key, when depressed, displays a second layer of characters. The second layer stays visible until the FUNC key is pressed again.

  • Page 81: Adjusting The Brightness, Controlling Screen Brightness

    Adjusting the Brightness Controlling Screen Brightness To adjust the brightness of the screen, press the LED lights indicating that the VC5090 is in the brightness control mode. Press the Backlight Control decrease the brightness or the mode (or after five seconds of inactivity the VC5090 automatically returns to normal operation).

  • Page 82: Controlling Keyboard Backlight, Adjusting The Volume, Taskbar

    3 - 10 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Controlling Keyboard Backlight To toggle the keyboard backlight, press the lights indicating that the VC5090 is in the brightness control mode. Press the Backlight Control LED toggle the keyboard backlight. Press the inactivity the VC5090 automatically returns to normal operation).

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    Status Icon Indicates the current time. Indicates that the VC5090 Soft Input Panel keyboard is selected. Indicates that the soft keyboards are hidden. Indicates that the Input Panel soft keyboard is selected. Indicates that the vehicle computer is receiving power from a forklift battery or from an AC power supply.

  • Page 84: Start Button

    3 - 12 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Table 3-4 Status Icons (Continued) Status Icon Indicates that the Bluetooth radio is on. Indicates that the Bluetooth radio is off. The Bluetooth Communication icon appears in the task tray and indicates that the mobile computer is communicating with another Bluetooth device.

  • Page 85: Programs Menu, Desktop Button, Task Manager And Properties, Task Manager

    Tap a task in the Active Tasks list and tap Switch To to make that task the primary task, or tap End Task to end the selected task. Tap X to exit the Task Manager window. Operating the VC5090 3 - 13...

  • Page 86: Properties

    3 - 14 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Properties > Start Control Panel This menu provides taskbar options: • Check the Always on Top checkbox to keep the taskbar on top of all other windows. • Check the AutoHide checkbox to make the taskbar disappear, touch the bottom of the display to make the taskbar return.

  • Page 87: Using A Headset

    Using a Headset You can use a stereo headset for audio communication when an audio enabled application is used. Motorola recommends Sinbon headset, p/n 50-11300-050R and adapter cable p/n 25-80634-01R (Contact Sinbon Electronics to order headsets and adapter cables). Plug the headset jack into the mating connector on the adapter cable.

  • Page 88: Resetting The Vehicle Computer, Performing A Warm Boot, Performing A Cold Boot, Methods Of Suspension

    During critical suspension all circuitry is shutdown except for memory retention and the real-time clock. During critical suspension the VC5090 is receiving power from the backup battery or residual power from the UPS. The backup battery retains data for at least 72 hours. Critical suspension occurs when: •...

  • Page 89: Waking The Vehicle Computer

    Condition for Wakeup AC power is applied. Forklift Ignition turns on. Forklift Ignition turns off. VC5090 is connected to a serial device. VC5090 is connected to a USB device. VC5090 is disconnected from a USB device. A key is pressed.

  • Page 90: Calibrating The Screen, Using The Display

    Do not use sharp objects when touching the screen. Use your finger tip or a stylus when touching the screen. This section describes how to calibrate the VC5090 touch screen. If the current calibration does not allow for easy touch screen input or you want to recalibrate the screen at any time, refer to To calibrate your VC5090: >...

  • Page 91: Using The Keyboard

    Enter Control Panel Control Panel Window Figure 3-31 Using the arrow keys, move to the menu. Start > Settings Control Panel window. icon and press . The Stylus Enter Operating the VC5090 3 - 19 window appears. Stylus Properties...

  • Page 92

    3 - 20 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Stylus Properties Window Figure 3-32 Using the key (key with double arrows), select the Stylus Properties Calibration Tab Window Figure 3-33 Using the key, select the Press the space key to start the calibration process. The calibration screen appears.

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    As the screen instructs, carefully touch and briefly hold on the center of each target that appears. Repeat as the target moves around the screen. Tap the screen to accept the new calibration. NOTE If the calibration screen fails to respond, contact Support Central for assistance. Operating the VC5090 3 - 21...

  • Page 94: Checking Battery Status, Ignition Sensing

    3 - 22 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Checking Battery Status To check whether the backup battery in the vehicle computer is charged, tap icon to display the Power Power Settings To save battery power, set the vehicle computer to turn off after a specified number of minutes.

  • Page 95: Chapter 4: Wireless Applications Introduction

    Chapter 4 Wireless Applications Introduction Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs) allow mobile computers to communicate wirelessly and send data to a host device in real time. Before using the vehicle computer on a WLAN, the facility must be set up with the required hardware to run the wireless LAN and the vehicle computer must be configured.

  • Page 96: Signal Strength Icon, Turning The Wlan Radio On And Off, With Fusion 2.0

    4 - 2 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Signal Strength Icon Figure 4-1 Wireless Applications Menu Signal Strength Icon icon in the task tray indicates the mobile computer’s wireless signal strength as follows: Signal Strength Table 4-1 Wireless Applications Icons, Signal Strength Descriptions...

  • Page 97: With Fusion 2.5

    Select displays in the text box at the top of the window. WLP1: WLP1: In the drop-down list, select To turn on the radio: > > Settings Control Panel In the text box, scroll down until Select displays in the text box at the top of the window. WLP1: WLP1: In the drop-down list, select...

  • Page 98: Find Wlans Application

    4 - 4 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Find WLANs Application Use the application to discover available networks in the vicinity of the user and mobile computer. To Find WLANs open the application, tap the Find WLANs Figure 4-4 Find WLANs Window NOTE Find WLAN display is limited to 32 items (ESSIDs or MAC addresses).

  • Page 99: Profile Editor Wizard, Profile Id

    Table 4-3 Encryption Icon Icon No encryption. WLAN is an infrastructure network. WLAN is an Ad-Hoc network. WLAN access is encrypted and requires a password. Tap-and-hold on a WLAN network to open a pop-up menu which provides two options: Select to refresh the WLAN list.

  • Page 100: Operating Mode

    4 - 6 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide . The Next Operating Mode Operating Mode Use the dialog box to select the operating mode (Infrastructure or Ad-Hoc) and the country Operating Mode location. Figure 4-6 Operating Mode Dialog Box...

  • Page 101: Ad-hoc

    Table 4-5 Operating Mode Fields (Continued) Field Country determines if the profile is valid for the country of operation. The profile country must Country match the country in the options page or it must match the acquired country if 802.11d is enabled.

  • Page 102: Authentication

    4 - 8 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Select a channel number from the Table 4-6 Ad-Hoc Channels Band 2.4 GHz 5 GHz Figure 4-7 Ad-Hoc Settings Dialog Box . The Next Encryption Authentication Use the dialog box to configure authentication. If you selected...

  • Page 103: Tunneled Authentication

    Figure 4-8 Authentication Dialog Box Table 4-7 Authentication Options Authentication None Default setting when authentication is not required on the network. EAP-TLS Select this option to enable EAP-TLS authentication. EAP-TLS is an authentication scheme through IEEE 802.1x. It authenticates users and ensures only valid users can connect to the network.

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    4 - 10 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Table 4-8 lists the PEAP tunneled authentication options. Table 4-8 PEAP Tunneled Authentication Options PEAP Tunneled Authentication MS CHAP v2 Microsoft Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol version 2 (MS CHAP v2) is a...

  • Page 105: User Certificate Selection, User Certificate Installation, Server Certificate Selection

    User Certificate Selection If you checked the User Certificate authentication type, the Installed User Certificates currently installed certificates before proceeding. The selected certificate’s name appears in the drop-down list. If the required certificate is not in the list, install it. Figure 4-10 Installed User Certificates Dialog Box User Certificate Installation...

  • Page 106: Credential Cache Options

    4 - 12 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Figure 4-12 Installed Server Certificates Dialog Box A dialog box appears that lists the currently loaded certificate files found in the default directory (Application) with the default extension. Figure 4-13 Browse Server Certificates Navigate to the folder where the certificate is stored.

  • Page 107

    Entering the credentials directly into the profile permanently caches the credentials. In this case, the vehicle computer does not require user login. If a profile does not contain credentials entered through the configuration editor, you must log in to the vehicle computer before connecting. Caching options only apply on credentials entered through the login dialog box.

  • Page 108: User Name

    4 - 14 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Figure 4-16 Time Cache Options Dialog Box Tap the radio button to check credentials at a set time interval. Interval Enter the value in minutes in the Tap the radio button to check credentials at a set time.

  • Page 109: Password, Advanced Identity

    Password Use the dialog box to enter a password. If EAP/TLS is the selected authentication type, the password is Password not required and the field is disabled. Figure 4-19 Password Dialog Box Enter a password in the Password Select the Advanced ID check box, if advanced identification is required. Tap Next.

  • Page 110: Encryption

    4 - 16 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Encryption Use the dialog box to select an encryption type. The drop-down list includes encryption types available Encryption for the selected authentication type. See Figure 4-21 Encryption Dialog Box Table 4-11...

  • Page 111: Key Entry Page, Passkey Dialog

    Table 4-12 Encryption / Authentication Matrix Authentication Open None EAP TLS PEAP LEAP TTLS Key Entry Page If you select either 40-Bit WEP 128-Bit WEP check box was selected in the Passkey box will be shown only if the authentication is set to Enter the 40-bit or 128-bit keys into the fields.

  • Page 112: Ip Address Entry

    4 - 18 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Figure 4-23 Passkey Dialog Box . The dialog box displays. Next IP Mode IP Mode Use the dialog box to configure network address parameters: IP address, subnet, gateway, DNS, and IP Mode WINS.

  • Page 113: Transmit Power

    Table 4-14 Static IP Address Entry Fields Field IP Address The Internet is a collection of networks with users that communicate with each other. Each communication carries the address of the source and destination networks and the particular machine within the network associated with the user or host computer at each end. This address is called the IP address (Internet Protocol address).

  • Page 114

    4 - 20 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Adjusting the radio transmission power level enables the user to expand or confine the transmission area with respect to other wireless devices that could be operating nearby. Reducing coverage in high traffic areas improves transmission quality by reducing the amount of interference in that coverage area.

  • Page 115: Battery Usage

    Battery Usage Use the dialog box to select power consumption of the wireless LAN. There are three settings Battery Usage available: CAM, Fast Power Save, and MAX Power Save. Battery usage cannot be configured in Ad-Hoc profiles. Figure 4-29 Battery Usage Dialog Box NOTE Power consumption is also related to the transmit power settings.

  • Page 116: Manage Profiles Application

    4 - 22 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Manage Profiles Application window provides a list of user-configured wireless profiles. Define up to 32 profiles at any one Manage Profiles time. To open the Manage Profiles Figure 4-30 Manage Profiles Window Icons next to each profile identify the profile’s current state.

  • Page 117: Changing Profiles, Editing A Profile, Creating A New Profile

    Figure 4-31 Manage Profiles Context Menu Changing Profiles A completed profile is a set of configuration settings that can be used in different locations to connect to a wireless network. Create different profiles to have pre-defined operating parameters available for use in various network environments.

  • Page 118: Deleting A Profile, Ordering Profiles, Export A Profile

    4 - 24 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Figure 4-33 Manage Profiles - Add Select to display the Profile Wizard address information, and power consumption level for the new profile. Deleting a Profile To delete a profile from the list, tap and hold and select appears.

  • Page 119: Wireless Status Application, Signal Strength Window

    Wireless Status Application To open the window, tap the Wireless Status displays information about the wireless connection. Figure 4-35 Wireless Status Window The Wireless Status window contains the following options. Tap the option to display the option window. • Signal Strength - provides information about the connection status of the current wireless profile. •...

  • Page 120

    4 - 26 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Figure 4-36 Signal Strength Window After viewing the Signal Strength Table 4-20 Signal Strength Status Field Signal Displays the Relative Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI) of the signal transmitted between the AP and vehicle computer. As long as the Signal Quality icon is green the AP association is not jeopardized.

  • Page 121: Current Profile Window, Ipv4 Status Window

    Current Profile Window window displays basic information about the current profile and connection settings. This Current Profile window updates every two seconds. To open the window, tap Current Profile Figure 4-37 Current Profile Window Table 4-21 Current Profile Window Field Profile Name ESSID Mode...

  • Page 122

    4 - 28 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Figure 4-38 IPv4 Status Window Table 4-22 IPv4 Status Fields Field IP Type Displays the IP type for the current profile: address and network address data appear for the vehicle computer. If the IP type is Static, the...

  • Page 123: Wireless Log Window, Saving A Log, Clearing The Log, Versions Window

    Wireless Log Window window displays a log of recent activity, such as authentication, association, and DHCP renewal Wireless Log completion, in time order. Save the log to a file or clear the log (within this instance of the application only). The auto-scroll feature automatically scrolls down when new items are added to the log.

  • Page 124: Wireless Diagnostics Application

    4 - 30 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Figure 4-40 Versions Window The window displays software version numbers for the following: • Configuration Editor (Fusion 2.0 only) • Fusion Build • LoginService • PublicAPI (Fusion 2.5 and above) • Photon10 •...

  • Page 125: Icmp Ping Window, Trace Route Window

    window contains the following options. Tap the option to display the option window. Wireless Diagnostics • ICMP Ping - tests the wireless network connection. • Trace Route - tests a connection at the network layer between the vehicle computer and any place on the network.

  • Page 126: Known Aps Window

    4 - 32 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Figure 4-43 Trace Route Window Enter an IP address or a DNS Name in the IP combo box, and tap information shown in the ICMP Ping all routers between the vehicle computer and the destination. The Round Trip Time (RTT) between the vehicle computer and each router appears, along with the total test time.

  • Page 127: Options, Operating Mode Filtering

    Tap and hold on an AP to display a pop-up menu with the following options: Select to prohibit the vehicle computer from associating with a different AP. The letter Set Mandatory top of the icon. The vehicle computer connects to the selected AP and never roams until: •...

  • Page 128: Regulatory Options, Band Selection

    4 - 34 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Table 4-24 OP Mode Filtering Options Field AP Networks AD-Hoc Networks to save the settings or tap Save Regulatory Options Use the settings to configure the country the vehicle computer is in. Due to regulatory requirements Regulatory (within a country) a vehicle computer is only allowed to use certain channels.

  • Page 129: System Options, Change Password

    Figure 4-47 Band Selection Dialog Box Table 4-26 Band Selection Options Field 2.4GHz Band Find WLANs 802.11g). 5GHz Band Find WLANs to save the settings or tap Save System Options to set miscellaneous system setting. System Options Figure 4-48 System Options Dialog Box Table 4-27 System Options Field...

  • Page 130: Export

    4 - 36 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Figure 4-49 Change Password Window To create a password for the first time, leave the Current: text box empty and enter the new password in the text boxes. Tap Confirm: To change an existing password, enter the current password in the text boxes.

  • Page 131: Cold Boot Persistence

    Save To export all profiles: . The Export All Profiles Figure 4-52 Export All Profiles Save As Dialog Box Enter a filename in the Name: In the drop-down list, select the desired folder. Folder: Save Selecting saves the current profile. This information is used to determine which profile to connect Export All Profiles with after a warm boot or cold boot.

  • Page 132: Registry Settings, Log On/off Application, User Already Logged In, No User Logged In

    4 - 38 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Registry Settings Use a registry key to modify some of the parameters. The registry path is: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Symbol Technologies, Inc.\Configuration Editor Table 4-28 Registry Parameter Settings Type CertificateDirectory REG_SZ EncryptionMask REG_DWORD Log On/Off Application...

  • Page 133

    • Launched by Wireless Application, because the service is trying to verify the credentials due to credential caching rules. • Launched by a user, when a user is logged in. • Launched by a user, when no user is logged in. Table 4-29 Log On/Off Options Field...

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  • Page 135: Chapter 5: Using Bluetooth Introduction, Adaptive Frequency Hopping

    When AFH is enabled, the Bluetooth radio “hops-around” (instead of through) the 802.11b high-rate channels. AFH coexistence allows vehicle computers to operate in any infrastructure. AFH is always enabled in the VC5090. The Bluetooth radio in this vehicle computer operates as a Class 2 device power class. The maximum output power is 2.5mW and the expected range is up to 32.8 feet (10 meters).

  • Page 136: Security, Turning The Bluetooth Radio Mode On And Off, Disabling Bluetooth, Enabling Bluetooth

    5 - 2 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Security The current Bluetooth specification defines security at the link level. Application-level security is not specified. This allows application developers to define security mechanisms tailored to their specific need. Link-level security is really between devices not users, while application-level security can be implemented on a per-user basis.

  • Page 137: Bluetooth Power States, Cold Boot, Warm Boot, Suspend, Resume, Bluetooth Profiles

    Bluetooth Profiles The VC5090 vehicle computer is loaded with a number of Bluetooth services profiles. These profiles can be loaded or removed from memory. If a profile is not used, it can be removed to save memory. To load or remove profiles: 1.

  • Page 138

    5 - 4 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Figure 5-3 Bluetooth Profile Selector Window 3. Tap a check box next to the profile to load (activate). The Serial Port profile is always active and cannot be removed. Profiles that are grey-out are not supported by the vehicle computer.

  • Page 139: Modes, Wizard Mode

    Modes The BTExplorer application has two mode for managing Bluetooth connections: Wizard Mode and Explorer Mode. The Wizard Mode is for novice Bluetooth users and the Explorer Mode is for experienced Bluetooth users. Wizard Mode Wizard Mode provides a simple step by step process for discovering and connecting to Bluetooth devices. The wizard takes you through the entire process.

  • Page 140

    5 - 6 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Figure 5-5 Select Remote Device Window NOTE Devices discovered previously are listed to save time. To start a new device discovery, tap and hold and select Discover Devices from the menu.

  • Page 141: Explorer Mode

    You can also use the “tap and hold” technique to view available options. Scroll bars and view options are like those you’re familiar with on your Windows desktop. The tree structure lists the following sub-items: • Local Device - This VC5090 vehicle computer • Remote Device - Other Bluetooth devices •...

  • Page 142: Discovering Bluetooth Device(s)

    5 - 8 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Discovering Bluetooth Device(s) Follow the steps below to discover Bluetooth devices. The vehicle computer can receive information from discovered devices, without bonding. However, once bonded, an exchange of information between the vehicle computer and a bonded device occurs automatically when the Bluetooth radio is turned on.

  • Page 143: Bonding With Discovered Device(s)

    Using Bluetooth 5 - 9 Figure 5-11 Discovered Devices Listed in Untrusted Folder Bonding with Discovered Device(s) A bond is a relationship created between the vehicle computer and another Bluetooth device in order to exchange information in a secure manner. Creating a bond involves entering the same PIN on the two devices to bond. Once a bond is created, and the Bluetooth radios are turned on, the devices recognize the bond and are able to exchange information without re-entering a PIN.

  • Page 144: Renaming A Bonded Device

    5 - 10 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Figure 5-13 PIN Code Request Window 5. In the text box, enter the PIN number (between 1 and 16 characters) and then tap PIN Code: 6. On the remote device, enter the same PIN number.

  • Page 145: Deleting A Bonded Device

    Figure 5-15 Rename Device Selection Dialog Box 3. The window appears. Change Device Name Figure 5-16 Change Device Name Window 4. Enter a new name for the bonded device in the text box. Tap Deleting a Bonded Device If it is no longer necessary to connect with a device, delete it from the 1.

  • Page 146: Accepting A Bond

    5 - 12 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Figure 5-17 Delete a Bonded Device 3. A confirmation dialog appears. Tap Accepting a Bond When a remote device wants to bond with a vehicle computer you give permission by entering a PIN when requested.

  • Page 147: Discovering Services

    • Headset and Hands-free Services • OBEX Object Push Services • Serial Port Services. Not all services are available on the VC5090. Some of these services are discussed in the following paragraphs. Using Bluetooth 5 - 13 from the pop-up menu.

  • Page 148: File Transfer Services, Create New File Or Folder

    5 - 14 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide File Transfer Services NOTE Shared folders are a security risk. To transfer files between the vehicle computer and another Bluetooth enabled device: 1. Ensure the vehicle computer is discoverable and connectable. See 2.

  • Page 149: Delete File, Get File, Put File, Connect To Internet Using Access Point

    Delete File To delete a file from the remote device: 1. Tap and hold on the file and select 2. In the Delete Remote Device File Get File To copy a file from a remote device: 1. Tap and hold on the file and select 2.

  • Page 150: Send A Picture

    5 - 16 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide 1. Ensure the vehicle computer is discoverable and connectable. See 2. Discover and bond (pair) with the remote device.See 3. In , select the BTExplorer 4. Select the Trusted Devices 5. Tap the remote device folder.

  • Page 151: Headset Services

    Figure 5-23 Send Local Picture Window 9. Navigate to the picture that you want to send to the other device. 10. Tap Open 11. Tap . The picture is sent to the other device and a confirmation dialog box appears on the other device to accept the picture.

  • Page 152: Serial Port Services, Personal Area Network Services

    5 - 18 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Serial Port Services NOTE By default, COM ports COM4, COM5 and COM9 are Bluetooth virtual ports. If an application opens one of these ports, the Bluetooth driver activates and guides you through a Bluetooth connection.

  • Page 153: Bluetooth Settings, Device Info Tab, Services Tab

    Bluetooth Settings Use the BTExplorer Settings window appears. BTExplorer Settings Device Info Tab Use the tab to configure the vehicle computer’s Bluetooth connection modes. Device Info Figure 5-25 BTExplorer Settings - Device Info Tab Device Name Displays the name of the vehicle computer. Discoverable Mode Allows you to set the vehicle computer to be discoverable by other Bluetooth devices or not be discoverable.

  • Page 154: File Transfer Service

    5 - 20 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Figure 5-26 BTExplorer Settings - Services Tab To add a service: 1. Tap . The Add Local Service Figure 5-27 Add Local Service Window 2. In the list, select a service to add.

  • Page 155: Obex Object Push Service

    Figure 5-28 File Transfer Information Window Service Name Displays the name of the service. Service Security Select the type of security from the drop-down list; None, Authenticate or Authenticate/Encrypt. Root Directory Select the directory that other Bluetooth devices can access. File Permissions Select the file permissions for the selected directory.

  • Page 156: Personal Area Networking Service, Serial Port Service

    5 - 22 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Personal Area Networking Service Personal Area Networking hosts a Personal Area Network which allows communication with other Bluetooth devices. Figure 5-30 Personal Area Networking Window Service Name Service Security Support Group Ad-Hoc...

  • Page 157: Headset Service, Security Tab

    Local Baud Rate Select the communication baud rate. Local Port Options Select the port option. Headset Service Serial port allows COM ports to be accessed by other Bluetooth devices. Figure 5-32 Headset Service Window Service Name Displays the name of the service. Security Tab To adjust the security settings for an individual service, select the service, then...

  • Page 158: Discovery Tab, Virtual Com Port Tab

    5 - 24 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Discovery Tab Use the tab to set and modify discovered devices. Discovery Figure 5-34 BTExplorer Settings - Discovery Tab Inquiry Length Name Discovery Mode Discovered Devices Virtual COM Port Tab Use the tab to select the COM ports for Bluetooth communication.

  • Page 159: Miscellaneous Tab

    Figure 5-36 COM Port Connection Miscellaneous Tab Figure 5-37 BTExplorer Settings - Miscellaneous Tab Highlight Connections Apply Text Style Apply Text Color Select the connection type to highlight when connected. In the Wizard Mode, the only option is . In the Favorites None Tree View Only...

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  • Page 161: Chapter 6: Activesync Introduction

    Chapter 6 ActiveSync Introduction To communicate with various host devices, install Microsoft ActiveSync (version 4.1 or higher) on the host computer. Use ActiveSync to synchronize information on the vehicle computer with information on the host computer. Changes made on the vehicle computer or host computer appear in both places after synchronization. ActiveSync software: •...

  • Page 162: Installing Activesync, Mobile Computer Setup

    6 - 2 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Installing ActiveSync To install ActiveSync on the host computer, download version 4.1 or higher from the Microsoft web site at http://www.microsoft.com. Refer to the installation included with the ActiveSync software. Mobile Computer Setup NOTE Microsoft recommends installing ActiveSync on the host computer before connecting the vehicle computer.

  • Page 163: Setting Up An Activesync Connection On The Host Computer, Setting Up A Partnership

    5. Proceed with installing ActiveSync on the host computer and setting up a partnership. Setting Up an ActiveSync Connection on the Host Computer To start ActiveSync: 1. Select > > Programs Figure 6-3 ActiveSync Window NOTE Assign each vehicle computer a unique device name. Do not try to synchronize more than one vehicle computer to the same name.

  • Page 164

    6 - 4 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide 1. If the window does not appear on the host computer, select Get Connected ActiveSync Figure 6-5 New Partnership Window 2. Select if you want to create synchronize with the host computer or to connect as a guest.

  • Page 165

    Figure 6-7 Setup Complete Window 5. Click Finish Figure 6-8 ActiveSync Connected Window During the first synchronization, information stored on the vehicle computer is copied to the host computer. When the copy is complete and all data is synchronized, the vehicle computer can be disconnect from the host computer. NOTE The first ActiveSync operation must be performed with a local, direct connection.

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  • Page 167: Software Installation On Development Pc (application Development), Device Configuration Package

    Symbol value-add APIs. The Windows CE Platform SDK for the VC5090 is used in conjunction with the SMDK for C to create Windows CE applications for the VC5090 vehicle computer. The Platform SDK installs a new Windows CE device type and its associated libraries onto the development PC.

  • Page 168: Platform Sdk, Symbol Mobility Developer Kit

    7 - 2 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide On http://support.symbol.com, select Software Downloads. Select Mobile Computers and then select VC5000. Select the Device Configuration Package (DCP). Save the .exe file to the development computer. Locate the .exe file on the development computer, double-click the file, and follow the install screen prompts.

  • Page 169: Installing Other Development Software, Software Installation On Vehicle Computer, Activesync

    Installing Other Development Software Developing applications for the vehicle computer may require installing other development software such as application development environments on the development PC. Follow the installation instructions provided with this software. Software Installation on Vehicle Computer With the appropriate accessory, software, and connection, the vehicle computer can share information with the host device.

  • Page 170

    7 - 4 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Figure 7-2 Application Folder Contents Use Explorer to locate the host computer directory that contains the file to download. Tap that directory in the left pane to display its contents in the right pane.

  • Page 171

    is not a merge but rather a replacement operation. Typically, the operating system is not running when partitions are update, so IPL can perform partition updates. Partition images for selected partitions can be created by TCM. All partition images suitable for use by IPL are in hex file format for transfer by TCM from the development computer to the vehicle computer.

  • Page 172: Creating And Loading Hex Images, Starting Terminal Configuration Manager

    Using standard windows drag and drop operations, files can be added and deleted from the script window. The DCP for VC5090w includes scripts used by Motorola to build the standard factory installed Platform and Application partitions provided on the vehicle computer. The standard Platform partition contains drivers while the Application partition contains demo applications and optional components.

  • Page 173

    Figure 7-3 TCM Startup Window The following table lists the components of the TCM window. Table 7-1 TCM Components Icon Component Script Window File Explorer Window Create button Open button Save button Large icons button Small icons button List button Details button About button Properties button...

  • Page 174: Defining Script Properties

    7 - 8 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Table 7-1 TCM Components (Continued) Icon Component Build button Check button Send button Tile button Build and Send Preferences button Defining Script Properties Before a script is created, the script properties must be defined. This defines the type of vehicle computer, flash type, number of disks being created and the memory configuration of each disk partition.

  • Page 175: Creating The Script For The Hex Image, Opening A New Or Existing Script

    Open opened and changes are made, saving the changes overwrites the original script. To use an original or Motorola supplied standard script as a base and save the changes in a new script, use the Save As function to save the script using a different file name.

  • Page 176: Copying Components To The Script, Saving The Script, Building The Image

    Saving the Script Modifications to a script file can be saved using the script writes over the original script. To use a Motorola-supplied standard script as a base and save the changes in a new script, use the Save As Building the Image Once the script is created, the hex image defined by the script can be built.

  • Page 177: Sending The Hex Image, Using Tcm

    Click and follow the on-screen instructions. If one of the partitions being built is the ESSID, a prompt appears requesting the ESSID value. Deselect the HR (High Rate) check box when building ESSID images for a device with an FH radio. Figure 7-8 Build ESSID Partition Window If one of the partitions being built is the Splash Screen, a prompt appears requesting both the source Bitmap...

  • Page 178

    7 - 12 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Platform Application Config Block Windows CE Monitor Splash Screen Power Micro Partition Table Command File System Reset Auto Select Figure 7-9 Initial Program Loader Menu CAUTION To insure a successful download, do not remove power from the vehicle computer while in IPL mode.

  • Page 179

    Table 7-2 IPL Menu Partitions (Continued) Partition Name Power Micro The Power Micro is a small computer contained within the vehicle computer that controls several system resources. In the unlikely event that the Power Micro Firmware needs updating, selecting this item allows the device to be programmed. Partition Table Contains the partition information for all other partitions.

  • Page 180

    7 - 14 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide If you selected transport method press install the Symbol USB driver. Follow the screen prompts. The Symbol USB driver is supplied with the DCP. menu appears. Download File? Download Cancel Show Parms...

  • Page 181: Using Sd Card

    Figure 7-15 Load Terminal Window - Serial and Ethernet Tabs In the field, select the hex file or files to download. Image Files To Load In the field, select the port on the vehicle computer that the development computer is connected to. Comm Port In the field, select the baud rate.

  • Page 182

    7 - 16 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Platform Application Config Block Windows CE Monitor Splash Screen Power Micro Partition Table Command File System Reset Auto Select Figure 7-16 Initial Program Loader Menu CAUTION To insure a successful download, do not remove power from the vehicle computer while in IPL mode.

  • Page 183

    Press menu appears. Download File? Download Cancel Show Parms Previous Figure 7-19 Download File? Menu Use the buttons to select screen. Parameters Download: “Partition Name” via “Device Parameters” Press Enter to Continue Figure 7-20 Parameters Screen • is the name of the partition selected in the Partition Name •...

  • Page 184: Tcm Error Messages

    7 - 18 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide TCM Error Messages TCM validates the cells in the partition table when the Execute button is clicked. Cells highlighted in red contain an error. Partition loading is disabled until all errors are corrected.

  • Page 185

    Table 7-3 TCM Error Messages (Continued) Error INVALID VOLUME In Script Properties window, one of the volume labels is not valid. NAME Corrupt TCM.INI file! The VolumeDivisor entry is missing or invalid in the TCM.ini. Reinstall TCM or recover (Invalid value of TCM.ini.

  • Page 186: Ipl Error Detection

    7 - 20 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide IPL Error Detection While receiving data, IPL performs many checks on the data to ensure that the data is received correctly. If an error is detected, IPL immediately aborts the download, and reports the error on an error screen.

  • Page 187

    Table 7-4 IPL Errors (Continued) Error Error Text Number Readback checksum error There is no more heap space available Insufficient data available to complete record Invalid Symbol HEX file Unrecognized or unsupported HEX record Invalid data in HEX file Exceeded max size Partition is not valid on this device Wrong destination code...

  • Page 188: Creating A Splash Screen, Splash Screen Format, Flash Storage, Ffs Partitions

    The two FFS partitions appear as two separate folders in the Windows CE file system and are as follows: • Platform: The Platform FFS partition contains Motorola-supplied programs and Dynamic Link Libraries (DLLs). This FFS is configured to include DLLs that control system operation. Since these drivers are required for basic vehicle computer operation, only experienced users should modify the content of this partition.

  • Page 189: Working With Ffs Partitions, Regmerge.dll, Copyfiles

    Working with FFS Partitions Because the FFS partitions appear as folders under the Windows CE file system, they can be written to and read like any other folder. For example, an application program can write data to a file located in the Application folder just as it would to the Windows folder.

  • Page 190: Non-ffs Partitions, Downloading Partitions To The Vehicle Computer

    • Windows CE: The complete Windows CE operating system is stored on Flash devices. If necessary, the entire OS image may be downloaded to the vehicle computer using files provided by Motorola. The current OS partition on the vehicle computer is included as part of the TCM installation package. Any upgrades must be obtained from Motorola.

  • Page 191: Chapter 8: Staging And Provisioning Introduction, Staging, Rd Client Version 1.9.0

    Chapter 8 Staging and Provisioning Introduction This chapter describes how to stage devices using Rapid Deployment and provisioning using MSP Agent or AirBEAM Smart. Staging Staging is the process of setting up the vehicle computer to download packages for provisioning. The vehicle computer uses the Rapid Deployment (RD) Client for staging.

  • Page 192: Scanning Rd Bar Codes

    8 - 2 MC17 Product Reference Guide RD Bar Code Printout Sample Figure 8-1 To access the Rapid Deployment Rapid Deployment Window (Version 1.9.0) Figure 8-2 Rapid Deployment Application Descriptions Table 8-1 Text Box/Button Please scan all of the bar codes...

  • Page 193

    When the vehicle computer scans and successfully decodes a single or multiple RD bar codes, the data encoded in the bar code can: • Reset the vehicle computer’s connection profile. A connection profile is a set of Wireless Application parameters that the vehicle computer uses to access the wireless network. •...

  • Page 194: Rd Client Version 3.28, Bar Code Scanning

    8 - 4 MC17 Product Reference Guide A new Wireless profile is created on the vehicle computer from the data encoded in the bar code(s) scanned. See Chapter 4, Wireless Applications The designated package(s) are downloaded from the FTP server. RD Client Version 3.28 The RD Client version 3.28 enables simple and rapid provisioning of new (out of the box) vehicle computers and simplifies the out-of-box provisioning by scanning bar codes or connecting to a profile server.

  • Page 195

    > > Programs Rapid Deployment Client Waiting for Bar Codes Figure 8-6 The RD Client waits for the first bar code scan. Scan the first bar code. The window indicates which bar code to scan next. NOTE Multi-part linear bar codes (1-D bar codes) can require scanning several bar codes. Bar codes can be scanned in any order.

  • Page 196

    8 - 6 MC17 Product Reference Guide Rapid Deployment Window Figure 8-7 After all the bar codes are scanned successfully, the vehicle computer connects to the server and the window displays while network settings are configured. PROCESSING PROFILE Rapid Deployment Window - Processing Profile Figure 8-8...

  • Page 197: On-demand Staging, Activesync Connection Mode, Already Existing Ip Connection Mode

    When staging is complete the Staging Complete Window Figure 8-9 Press the left function key to exit the On-Demand Staging The MSP 3.X also enables staging without having to scan bar codes through the use of On-Demand RD Client Staging (Electronic Staging). When using On-Demand Staging, the RD Client pulls staging profiles directly from an On-Demand Profile Server over some form of pre-configured or automatically-configured IP connection.

  • Page 198: Well-known Wlan Connection Mode

    MC17 Product Reference Guide Well-known WLAN Connection Mode This mode works only on supported Motorola WLAN adapters. The WLAN IP connections using pre-defined Motorola WLAN settings. If the and establish such a connection, and if an On-Demand Profile Server is running on a host computer that is on the same subnet that is accessible from the connection, then Electronic Staging proceeds using that connection.

  • Page 199

    RD Client Searching for On-Demand Profile Server Figure 8-12 When complete, the STAGING COMPLETE Staging Complete Window Figure 8-13 Press the left function key to exit. Staging and Provisioning window displays. 8 - 9...

  • Page 200: Rd Client Main Menu, Client Info

    8 - 10 MC17 Product Reference Guide RD Client Main Menu The RD Client contains the following options: Main Menu • Search Network. See On-Demand Staging on page 8-7 • Scan Barcodes See Bar Code Scanning on page 8-4 • View Client Info •...

  • Page 201: Log Menu, View Log

    Client Info Window Figure 8-15 to return to the Main Menu Log Menu contains the following options: Log Menu • View Log • View Job Log • Set Log Level • Set Job Log Level. Select option. Log Menu Log Menu Window Figure 8-16 to return to the Main Menu...

  • Page 202: View Job Log, Set Log Level

    8 - 12 MC17 Product Reference Guide View Log Window Figure 8-17 to return to the Log Menu View Job Log Use the option to display a list of jobs that have be processed. View Job Log Select option. View Job Log View Job Log Window Figure 8-18 to return to the...

  • Page 203: Set Job Log Level, Package List

    Set Log Level Window Figure 8-19 Select a level option. Set Job Log Level Use the option to set the level of the information that appears in the Job log. Set Job Log Level Set Job Log Level Window Figure 8-20 Select a level option.

  • Page 204

    8 - 14 MC17 Product Reference Guide Package List Window Figure 8-21 to return to the Main Menu...

  • Page 205: Provisioning, Msp Agent, Msp Agent Main Menu

    Provisioning The VC5090 supports two types of provisioning: • MSP Agent • AirBEAM Smart Client. MSP Agent NOTE MSP Agent is also known as MSP 3.X Provisioning Client. The Provisioning Client replaces AirBEAM Client and is responsible for implementing device-side provisioning activities as defined by a policy.

  • Page 206

    8 - 16 MC17 Product Reference Guide MSP Agent Main Menu Figure 8-22 Monitor Processing Use the option to view the status of packages being processed. Monitor Processing Select the Monitor Processing Monitor Processing Window Figure 8-23 to return to the Main Menu Force Check-In Use the...

  • Page 207

    Force Check-in Window Figure 8-24 to return to the Main Menu Package List Use the option to display the packages that have been installed on the mobile computer. Package List Select the option. Package List Package List Window Figure 8-25 to return to the Main Menu Client Info...

  • Page 208

    8 - 18 MC17 Product Reference Guide Client Info Window Figure 8-26 to return to the Main Menu Log Menu contains the following options: Log Menu • View Log • View Job Log • Set Log Level • Set Job Log Level. Select option.

  • Page 209

    View Log Window Figure 8-28 to return to the Log Menu View Job Log Use the option to display a list of jobs that have be processed. View Job Log Select option. View Job Log View Job Log Window Figure 8-29 Press the left function key to return to the Set Log Level Use the...

  • Page 210

    8 - 20 MC17 Product Reference Guide Set Log Level Window Figure 8-30 Select a level option. Set Job Log Level Use the option to set the level of the information that appears in the Job log. Set Job Log Level Set Job Log Level Window Figure 8-31 Select a level option.

  • Page 211

    Staging and Provisioning 8 - 21 UnHide UI Selection Figure 8-32...

  • Page 212: Airbeam Smart Client, Airbeam Package Builder, Airbeam Smart Client

    8 - 22 MC17 Product Reference Guide AirBEAM Smart Client The AirBEAM Smart product allows specially designed software packages to be transferred between a host server and a vehicle computer. Before transfer, AirBEAM Smart checks and compares package version, so that only updated packages are loaded.

  • Page 213

    Connect to the vehicle computer using Remote Desktop. See Select > > Start Programs AirBEAM Smart Client Select > . The File Configure AirBEAM AirBEAM Configuration Window Figure 8-33 The configuration window is used to view and edit AirBEAM Smart Client configurations. This dialog box has seven tabs that you can modify - Packages(1), Packages(2), Server, Misc(1), Misc(2), Misc(3) and Misc(4).

  • Page 214

    8 - 24 MC17 Product Reference Guide Packages(2) Tab Use this tab to specify the package name of the last four of eight packages that are to be loaded during the AirBEAM synchronization process. The specified package name must correspond to a package that is available on the specified package server.

  • Page 215

    Server Tab Descriptions Table 8-4 Field IP Address The IP Address of the server. It may be a host name or a dot notation format. Directory The directory on the server that contains the AirBEAM package definition files. All AirBEAM package definition files are retrieved from this directory during the package synchronization process.

  • Page 216

    8 - 26 MC17 Product Reference Guide Misc(1) Tab Descriptions (Continued) Table 8-5 Field RAM Management This check box specifies whether the automatic RAM management is enabled during the package synchronization process. If enabled, RAM management logic is invoked when there is not enough free disk space to download a package.

  • Page 217

    Misc(2) Tab Descriptions Table 8-6 Field Auto-retry This field is used to specify whether the AirBEAM Smart Client automatically retries if there is a failure during the synchronization process. If this feature is enabled, the AirBEAM Smart Client displays a popup dialog indicating the attempt of a retry.

  • Page 218

    8 - 28 MC17 Product Reference Guide Misc (3) Tab Descriptions Table 8-7 Field Use DHCP This check box control specifies whether the AirBEAM Smart Client uses the DHCP response server option 66 to specify the IP address of the FTP/TFTP server. If enabled, special RF network registry settings are required to force the DHCP server to return the “TFTP server name”...

  • Page 219

    Misc (4) Tab Descriptions (Continued) Table 8-8 Field Sched Load This drop-down menu specifies the load mode to be used for scheduled synchronization, if enabled. The selections are: Default - Specifies that the load mode specified in the Auto-load setting is to be used for scheduled synchronization sessions.

  • Page 220

    8 - 30 MC17 Product Reference Guide • displays status messages that indicate the progress of the synchronization process. Status List • Press to return to the Main Menu. This button remains inactive until the synchronization process is ENTER complete. •...

  • Page 221: Chapter 9: Maintenance And Troubleshooting Introduction, Maintaining The Vehicle Computer

    Chapter 9 Maintenance and Troubleshooting Introduction This chapter includes instructions on cleaning and storing the vehicle computer, and provides troubleshooting solutions for potential problems during vehicle computer operation. Maintaining the Vehicle Computer For trouble-free service, observe the following tips when using the vehicle computer: •...

  • Page 222: Returning The Vehicle Computer For Service, Troubleshooting

    Returning the Vehicle Computer for Service NOTE Motorola has taken great care to ensure environmental conditions such as humidity will not affect the stability of the vehicle computer. This is accomplished my means of desiccant bags which can be inserted by the user upon receipt of the vehicle computer.

  • Page 223

    See Scanner Setup on page Adjust the volume in the Control Panel. Configure the application to enable the sound. Contact Motorola Enterprise Mobility Support. Service Information on page Contact Motorola Enterprise Mobility Support. Service Information on page...

  • Page 224

    9 - 4 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Table 9-1 Vehicle Computer Problems (Continued) Symptom Vehicle computer cannot find any Bluetooth devices nearby. There is a delay in the Bluetooth stack re-initializing during a resume from suspend. Possible Cause Too far from other Bluetooth devices.

  • Page 225: Appendix A: Specifications Technical Specifications, Vehicle Computer

    Appendix A Specifications Technical Specifications The following tables summarize the vehicle computer’s intended operating environment and general technical hardware specifications. Vehicle Computer The following table summarizes the vehicle computer’s intended operating environment. Table A-1 Technical Specifications Item Physical and Environmental Characteristics Dimension 12.2 in W x 4.5 in.

  • Page 226

    A - 2 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Table A-1 Technical Specifications (Continued) Item User Environment Operating -22°F to 122°F (-30°C to 50°C) Temperature Storage Temperature -40°F to 158°F (-40°C to 70°C) Battery Charging 32 °F to 104 °F (0 °C to +40 °C) ambient temperature range.

  • Page 227: Vehicle Computer Connectors

    The connectors are the same on both the full screen and half screen configurations. USB A Connector (Host) USB B Connector (Client) Figure A-1 VC5090 Connectors Table A-2 Power Connector Pin-Outs Signal +12 VDC Ignition Sense CGND Mating connector: Amphenol p/n S996F-16-9S-RH...

  • Page 228

    A - 4 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Table A-3 USB Connector Pin-Outs Signal USB+ USB positive signal USB- USB negative signal 5 VDC USB power (500 mA) Ground HPWR Keyboard heater BLEN Backlight enable signal Mating connector: Amphenol p/n C091-31D006-100-2...

  • Page 229

    Table A-5 Audio Connector Pin-Outs Signal MIC+ Audio input from microphone MIC- Audio input from microphone HPOUT Audio output to headphone ear piece AGND Analog ground SPKR+ Audio output to handset speaker SPKR- Audio output to handset speaker Push-to-Talk button signal from handset Mating connector: Amphenol p/n C091-31D007-100-2 Table A-6 USB A and B Connector Pin-Outs...

  • Page 230

    A - 6 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide...

  • Page 231: Appendix B: Software Configuration Introduction, Wavelink Telnetce, Citrix Ica Client

    Appendix B Software Configuration Introduction This chapter provides special instructions required for third-party software that can be used with the VC5090 vehicle computer. Wavelink TelnetCE When using a serial scanner in a Wavelink TelnetCE session, the Wavelink Client communications parameters must be updated to reflect the connection of a scanner to one of the vehicle computer COMM ports.

  • Page 232: Setting Up Remote Desktop Client In Appcenter

    B - 2 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide e. Enter “ exit ”. to close the window. Enter Install Citrix ICA Client software. a. Download the client software from the Citrix web site. b. Follow the instructions that come with the software.

  • Page 233: Disabling The Vc5090 Heater, Scanning Through Remote Desktop

    Log out Disabling the VC5090 Heater The VC5090 vehicle computer and the optional keyboard contain internal heaters. By default the heaters are enabled. When the vehicle computer or optional keyboard temperature falls below the threshold level, the heater turns on. The heater can be disabled. Use the following registry settings to disable the heater:...

  • Page 234

    B - 4 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Double tap the Remote Desktop Once connected to the remote computer, open an application such as Notepad or WordPad. Position the cursor in the application window. Scan a bar code. The data appears in the window.

  • Page 235: Often Used Registry Settings, Autohide Task Bar, Toggle Function Key, Toggle Shift Key

    Options: • 00000000: AutoHide is off. • 00000001: AutoHide is on. Toggle Function Key Key Name: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\HARDWARE\DEVICEMAP\KEYBD} (full-screen configurations) [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\HARDWARE\DEVICEMAP\KEYBD\Configurations\VC5090-QWERTY] (half-screen configurations) • Name: EnableToggleForFunc • Data Type: dword • Description: Controls the action of the Function key. By default, the Function key remains on once pressed (toggleing is disabled) and is turned off when pressed again.

  • Page 236: Power Suspend, External Antenna

    B - 6 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Power Suspend To make the power suspend settings persistent: Key Name: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Power\Timeouts] Name: ACSuspendTimeout • • Data Type: dword • Description: To suspend the device when not used for a certain period of time when operating on external power.

  • Page 237: Ignition Timeout, Registry Values For P1/p2/p3 Keys

    Ignition Timeout Key Name: [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\SystemManagement\UPS] Name: Ignition Timeout • • Data Type: dword • Description: Forklift ignition timeout • Default Value: 00000180: 3 minutes. • Options: • 00000000: Never. • 00000060: 1 minute. • 00000120: 2 minutes. • 00000180: 3 minutes. •...

  • Page 238

    B - 8 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide • Name: Modifier • Data Type: dword • Description: Used to specify modifier key for the simulated key press P1. Required only when action is Simulate Keypress. Name: RepeatKey • •...

  • Page 239: System Configuration Manager, File Types, User Interface

    System Configuration Manager Symbol Configuration Manager (SCM) is a utility that runs on the host computer and is used to create configuration files. These files, when deployed to an vehicle computer, set configuration parameters for that device. The configurable options for a vehicle computer are defined in an XML file that is available on the Support Central. SCM is also available on Support Central.

  • Page 240: Menu Functions

    B - 10 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Main SCM Window Figure B-3 Menu Functions Use the main menu to access the program functionality described in SCM Menu Functions Table B-1 Menu Item File Menu Open Config File Save Config Changes...

  • Page 241: Parameter State Indicators

    SCM Menu Functions (Continued) Table B-1 Menu Item Export Changes to .cpf Export the changed parameter values to an CPF file. Export all to .reg Export all the parameter values to an reg file. Export all to .xml Export all the parameter values to an XML file. Export all to .cpf Export all the parameter values to an CPF file.

  • Page 242: Window Status Bar, File Deployment

    Copy the .reg file to the vehicle computer. See Tap the filename to install. Certain applications and settings require a cold boot to take affect. In these cases, cold boot the VC5090. Refer to the Windows Mobile Version 5.0 Help file for more information.

  • Page 243

    Glossary API. An interface by means of which one software component communicates with or controls another. Usually used to refer to services provided by one software component to another, usually via software interrupts or function calls Application Programming Interface. See API. ASCII.

  • Page 244

    Glossary - 2 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Cold Boot. A cold boot restarts the vehicle computer and erases all user stored records and entries. COM port. Communication port; ports are identified by number, e.g., COM1, COM2. Data Communications Equipment (DCE). A device (such as a modem) which is designed to attach directly to a DTE (Data Vehicle Computer Equipment) device.

  • Page 245

    Input/Output Ports. I/O ports are primarily dedicated to passing information into or out of the vehicle computer’s memory. VC5090 vehicle computers include Serial and USB ports. IP. Internet Protocol. The IP part of the TCP/IP communications protocol. IP implements the network layer (layer 3) of the protocol, which contains a network address and is used to route a message to a different network or subnetwork.

  • Page 246

    Glossary - 4 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide LED Indicator. A semiconductor diode (LED - Light Emitting Diode) used as an indicator, often in digital displays. The semiconductor uses applied voltage to produce light of a certain frequency determined by the semiconductor's particular chemical composition.

  • Page 247

    PING. (Packet Internet Groper) An Internet utility used to determine whether a particular IP address is online. It is used to test and debug a network by sending out a packet and waiting for a response. Print Contrast Signal (PCS). Measurement of the contrast (brightness difference) between the bars and spaces of a symbol.

  • Page 248

    Terminal Computer Emulation. A “terminal computer emulation” emulates a character-based mainframe session on a remote non-mainframe terminal computer, including all display features, commands and function keys. The VC5090 Series supports Terminal Computer Emulations in 3270, 5250 and VT220.

  • Page 249

    VC. Vehicle Computer. Vehicle Computer. In this text, vehicle computer refers to the VC5090 vehicle computer. It can be set up to run as a stand-alone device, or it can be set up to communicate with a network, using wireless radio technology.

  • Page 250

    Glossary - 8 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide...

  • Page 251

    Index Numerics 128-Bit WEP ......4-16 40-Bit WEP ....... 4-16 802.11 ESSID .

  • Page 252

    Index - 2 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide icon ........3-12 renaming bonded device .

  • Page 253

    gateway ........4-19 handset ........1-6 hard reset .

  • Page 254

    Index - 4 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide positioning the vehicle computer ....2-3 power button ....... 3-1 power LED .

  • Page 255

    task manager ......3-13 taskbar status icons ......3-10 building hex image .

  • Page 256

    Index - 6 VC5090 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide...

  • Page 258

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