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QUICKSTART GUIDE
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  • Page 1 DOCKCONTROLLER DC-200 QUICKSTART GUIDE QUICKSTART GUIDE | DOCKCONTROLLER DC-200...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    CONNECTING YOUR DOCKCONTROLLER DC-200 OPERATING MODES DOCKCONTROLLER LEDS DOCKCONTROLLER DRILLING TEMPLATE LED BEHAVIOR CONFIGURING YOUR DOCKCONTROLLER DC-200 USING A USB MASS STORAGE DEVICE CONFIGURING TOUCH ASSIGN RFID READER RF-220 TROUBLESHOOTING UPGRADING YOUR DC-200 FIRMWARE REGULATORY INFORMATION QUICKSTART GUIDE | DOCKCONTROLLER DC-200...
  • Page 3: Introduction

    4 1-port docks of VB or VT series body-worn cameras per unit. A Motorola Solutions RFID reader connected to a DockController will allow for Touch Assignment of VB or VT series body-worn cameras, using RFID tags already used by operators or supplied by Motorola Solutions.
  • Page 4 Ethernet Reset 5.3 in (136 mm) Configuration Ports Button Port Button Link Activity Power 14-Port Dock USB Connectors Indicator Indicator Port Bottom 6.1 in (154 mm) Power A LED B LED 4 x Mounting Slots QUICKSTART GUIDE | DOCKCONTROLLER DC-200...
  • Page 5: Connecting Your Dockcontroller Dc-200

    Plug your RFID reader, if you have one, into a into USB port on the back of the DC-200. If configuring via USB, plug in your mass storage device next to the RFID reader. Plug the power cable into the power socket. Turn on power at the mains. QUICKSTART GUIDE | DOCKCONTROLLER DC-200...
  • Page 6 Subsequently the A LED will turn on. If the DC-200 is in Open Mode the B LED will blink slowly. If the DC-200 has been configured & successfully connected to VideoManager the B LED will light solidly. B LED Front A LED Power LED Side Link LED Activity LED Back Bottom QUICKSTART GUIDE | DOCKCONTROLLER DC-200...
  • Page 7: Operating Modes

    When initially switched on, or after a factory reset, the DC-200 will be in Open Mode, visible to every instance of VideoManager on your network. After configuration, it will enter Configured Mode, where it is only visible to one instance of VideoManager. QUICKSTART GUIDE | DOCKCONTROLLER DC-200...
  • Page 8: Dockcontroller Leds

    When the DC-200 is running in Open Mode, the Power and A LEDs will be solid, whilst the B LED will blink once every two seconds. Power LED A LED If all three LEDs are solidly on, the DC-200 is in Configured Mode. B LED QUICKSTART GUIDE | DOCKCONTROLLER DC-200...
  • Page 10: Led Behavior

    Off (Contact Support) Open Mode: No Discovery Configured Mode - Slow blinks IPv4 Address, Unconnected Configured Mode - Slow blinks No IPv4 Address, Unconnected Writing logs to inserted Fast blinks Fast blinks Fast blinks USB Memory Stick QUICKSTART GUIDE | DOCKCONTROLLER DC-200...
  • Page 11: Configuring Your Dockcontroller Dc-200 Using A Usb Mass Storage Device

    DC-200. The DC-200 should automatically restart in Configured Mode, and when all three lights are solid, the memory stick can be removed. PLEASE NOTE: USB Mass Storage must be formatted in FAT32. QUICKSTART GUIDE | DOCKCONTROLLER DC-200...
  • Page 12: Configuring Touch Assign

    Touch Assign allows a user to quickly and easily assign themselves a body-worn camera with no need for interaction with a computer screen or keyboard. With a Motorola Solutions RFID reader plugged into one of the two back USB ports, a user can simply hold their RFID tag against the reader and will be assigned a VB or VT series body-worn camera from those connected to that DockController.
  • Page 13: Rfid Reader Rf-220 Troubleshooting

    Your RFID tag has not been Speak to your system administrator assigned to a user profile Red LED is solid and no The DC-200 is in Open Mode Speak to your system administrator response is given to an RFID swipe QUICKSTART GUIDE | DOCKCONTROLLER DC-200...
  • Page 14: Upgrading Your Dc-200 Firmware

    PLEASE NOTE: While a DC-200 is upgrading, any body-worn cameras connected to it will be unavailable (i.e. cannot be assigned or used). For this reason, Motorola Solutions recommends that DC-200s only upgrade when the system is not typically in use.
  • Page 15: Regulatory Information

    Industry Canada Compliance Information Statement Canada: CAN ICES-3 (A)/NMB-3(A) This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil numerique de la classe A est conforme a la norme NMB-003 du Canada. QUICKSTART GUIDE | DOCKCONTROLLER DC-200...
  • Page 16 Availability is subject to individual country law and regulations. All specifications shown are typical unless otherwise stated and are subject to change without notice. MOTOROLA, MOTO, MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS and the Stylized M Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Motorola Trademark Holdings, LLC and are used under license. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.