Nokia FPS-8 User Manual

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FPS-8
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   Summary of Contents for Nokia FPS-8

  • Page 1

    1 (30) FPS-8 Flashing User Guide...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    4.5.1 Programming “Dead-Phone” ...11 FPS-8 DCT3 setup...12 FPS-8 DCT4 setup...15 FPS-8 hardware...16 FPS-8 Front panel ...16 FPS-8 rear panel (Without DCT3 power supply module ACS-10) ...17 FPS-8 main board...18 7.3.1 Memory modules...19 DCT3 power supply module ACS-10 ...23 7.4.1 DCT3 power supply module ACS-10 installation instructions ...24 Troubleshooting...28...

  • Page 3: Introduction

    3 (30) Introduction This is a user guide for installing service sw and phone programming in FPS-8 environment. This guide will help you with the installation and with the basic problem solving. NOTE! Pictures in this document may differ from the actual.

  • Page 4: Glossary

    Second bootstrap code, loads algorithm code into target RAM. Executed in target hardware. E.g. u_2nd.fia Random access memory, data is lost when power is lost. FPS-8 prommer box can have 64 MB of SRAM (See picture of FPS-8 main board). Service Software for DCT-3 generation phones...

  • Page 5: Overview

    ACS-10 it can also be used for programming latest DCT-3 phones. Software for FPS-8 Prommer is delivered in one installation package file. When the new installation package is installed to the control PC, the Phoenix (or WinTesla) updates the new files to the FPS-8.

  • Page 6: Contents Of The Sales Package

    CDROM (contains user guide and install sw) (0774271) o FPS-8 activation sheet (9359289) o Cables: Pic 1 Contents of a FPS-8 sales package AXS-4 Serial Cable (connects to PC COM port) (0730090) Centronics Cable (connects to PC parallel port) (073F000)

  • Page 7: Minimum Pc Hardware Requirements

    7 (30) Minimum PC hardware requirements o Processor Pentium 233 Mhz o RAM 64 MB o Needed disk space 50 - 100 MB o Supported Operating Systems: Windows 95 Windows 98 Windows NT 4.0 Windows 2000...

  • Page 8: Fps-8 Usage, Sw Installations, Fps-8 Activation

    8 (30) FPS-8 Usage For successful use of FPS-8 also pc sw is needed. All needed sw modules are supplied with the Phoenix software (Official service software for DCT-4) and with WinTesla sw (official service software for DCT3 phones). SW Installations Before anything can be done, some installations must be made: 1.

  • Page 9: Fps-8 Deactivation, Fps-8 Maintenance With Phoenix

    9 (30) FPS-8 Deactivation If there is a need to send FPS-8 box to somewhere e.g. for repair, box must be first deactivated. FPS-8 can be deactivated with BoxActivation sw. Just select Deactivate when asked to choose function. Pic 3 Deactivation FPS-8 Maintenance with Phoenix Select”FPS-8 / FPS-8C maintenance”...

  • Page 10: Phone Programming With Phoenix

    10 (30) All files can also be loaded separately to FPS-8. To do this, just press right mouse button in ”Flash box files” window and select file type to be loaded. Pic 5 FPS-8 maintenance UI More information and help can be found from dialogs help (press F1 or Help –button).

  • Page 11: Programming "dead-phone

    11 (30) Pic 6 FPS-8 flash UI Press ”Flash” button to start flashing. It tries first to read phone type and product code to automatically determinate flash files. If reading fails or appropriate files are not found, ”Flash File Selection” dialog is opened.

  • Page 12: Fps-8 Dct3 Setup

    12 (30) FPS-8 DCT3 setup Needed devices for DCT3 phone programming: Pic 8 FPS-8 DCT3 environment (front) PC with WinTesla Service SW (Diskette Code 0774046) equipped with product specific support dlls. FPS-8 FLASH prommer box (0750123) DCT3 power supply module ACS-10 (0770340)

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    13 (30) Pic 9 FPS-8 DCT3 environment (rear)

  • Page 14

    14 (30) Pic 10 FPS-8 DCT3 Communicator environment (front) Pic 11 FPS-8 DCT3 Communicator environment (rear)

  • Page 15: Fps-8 Dct4 Setup

    15 (30) FPS-8 DCT4 setup Needed devices for DCT4 phone programming: Pic 12 FPS-8 DCT4 environment PC with Phoenix Service SW CD ROM Code (0775311) Product specific data package FPS-8 FLASH prommer box (0750123) Power supply ACF-8 (0680032) Cables: AXS-4 Serial Cable (Connects to PC COM port)

  • Page 16: Fps-8 Hardware, Fps-8 Front Panel

    16 (30) FPS-8 hardware FPS-8 Front panel FPS-8 front panel and LEDs are shown like they are when prommer is in normal mode. If everything is OK, prommer should be in this state after power is connected. Connectors: Phone service cable connector...

  • Page 17: Fps-8 Rear Panel (without Dct3 Power Supply Module Acs-10)

    17 (30) FPS-8 rear panel (Without DCT3 power supply module ACS-10) Connectors: Parallel input (Centronics) Phone connector Serial input (RS232) PWR (power connector) Pic 13 FPS-8 rear panel...

  • Page 18: Fps-8 Main Board

    The mainboard has a socket for add-on memory modules: SRAM module SF12 (8 MBytes), 0080346 FLASH module SF13 (64 MBytes), 0080347 The mainboard has also a socket (Pic 24 DCT3 power supply module (ACS-10) connector) for DCT3 power supply module ACS-10. Pic 14 FPS-8 mainboard...

  • Page 19: Memory Modules

    Additional Memory modules are needed when bigger than 8MB files are needed program to the phone (more SRAM needed) or there is need to store several MCU files in to the FPS-8 (more flash memory needed). (SRAM module (8MB) SF12, 0080346 and FLASH module (64MB) SF13, 0080347 Additional SRAM and Flash modules can be plugged into the storage capability.

  • Page 20

    When opening the prommer box or installing power / memory modules all work should be done in an ESD – safe environment! Step1: power off FPS-8. FPS-8 has to be powered off when mounting memory modules or DCT-3 power supply ACS-10 module. Mounting modules with power supply connected may cause permanent damages! Step2: open four crosshead screws (Phillips screws) from rear side of the FPS-8 box.

  • Page 21

    21 (30) Pic 18 Mounting memory module Pic 19 SRAM memory module installed.

  • Page 22

    22 (30) Pic 20 FLASH memory card installed above SRAM memory card. Pic 21 SRAM & FLASH memory sales packages...

  • Page 23: Dct3 Power Supply Module Acs-10

    23 (30) DCT3 power supply module ACS-10 If FPS-8 prommer box is wanted to be used for programming DCT3 phones, additional DCT3 power supply module ACS-10 is needed to provide correct current and voltage levels. FPS-8 add-on rear panel Pic 22 DCT3 power supply module ACS-10 from inside...

  • Page 24: Dct3 Power Supply Module Acs-10 Installation Instructions

    DCT3 power supply module ACS-10 installation instructions DCT3 power supply module ACS-10 will replace Step1: power off FPS-8. FPS-8 has to be powered off when mounting memory modules or DCT-3 power supply ACS-10 module. Mounting modules with power supply connected may cause permanent damages! Step2: open four crosshead screws (Phillips screws) from rear side of the FPS-8 box.

  • Page 25

    25 (30) Pic 25 DCT3 power supply module (ACS-10) wire connection...

  • Page 26

    26 (30) Pic 26 DCT3 power supply module (ACS-10) installation 1...

  • Page 27

    27 (30) Pic 27 DCT3 power supply module (ACS-10) installation 2...

  • Page 28: Troubleshooting, Flash Programming Problems, Other Problems In Operation

    Symptoms: The loading of files to FPS-8 fails. FPS-8 or/and Phoenix freezes in the middle of file transfer. Cure: Check that you use a proper Centronics cable between PC and FPS-8. The proper cable has text "... 1284- 1994 compliant". The Centronics cables shipped with the old FPS-4 devices have no text at all.

  • Page 29: Meaning Of The Leds In The Front Panel During Startup

    Meaning of the LEDs in the front panel during startup Disconnect all cables from FPS-8. Connect power plug to "POWER 5.5 - 8VDC" connector. Inspect the mode leds while FPS-8 is starting. The leds in the front panel should flash as follows:...

  • Page 30: What To Do With Malfunctioning Fps-8 Devices

    30 (30) What to do with malfunctioning FPS-8 devices If trouble shooting does not help then fill in Repair Request Note, which comes with the sales package. NOTE! Deactivate box before sending. See 4.3 FPS-8 Deactivation.

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