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Table of Contents Warranty ............................... ii Revision History............................ iii About This Guide Introduction ............................xi Documentation Set ......................... xi Configurations............................xii Software Versions........................... xii Chapter Descriptions ..........................xiii Notational Conventions......................... xiv Related Documents and Software ......................xiv Service Information..........................xiv Returning the Vehicle Computer for Service...................
VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Electric Forklifts ........................2-12 Installing the VC70 on a Cart, a Wall, or a Desktop ................2-13 Mounting the Bracket on a Desktop ....................2-13 Connecting the Vehicle Computer to AC Power ................2-14 Installing the DC Power Supply (PSU) on the VC70 ................
Table of Contents Taskbar ..............................3-10 Start Button ............................ 3-11 Programs Menu ..........................3-12 Desktop Button ..........................3-12 Task Manager and Properties ......................3-12 Task Manager .......................... 3-12 Properties ..........................3-13 Using Voice Communication ........................ 3-15 Resetting the Vehicle Computer ......................3-16 Performing a Warm Boot .......................
viii VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide 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 ........................4-24 Ordering Profiles ........................
Table of Contents Create New File or Folder ......................5-8 Delete File ..........................5-8 Get File ............................ 5-9 Put File ............................. 5-9 Connect to Internet Using Access Point ..................5-9 OBEX Object Push Services ......................5-9 Send a Picture ......................... 5-10 Headset Services ...........................
About This Guide Introduction ® The VC70 Product Reference Guide provides information about the VC70 vehicle computer using Microsoft ® Windows CE 7.0 operating system and its accessories. Screens and windows pictured in this guide are samples and can differ from actual screens. NOTE Documentation Set The documentation set for the VC70 is divided into guides that provide information for specific user needs.
VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Configurations This guide covers the following configurations: Data Configuration Radios Display Memory Keypad Capture VC70 Full Screen WLAN: 10.4” XGA 512MB DDR2 Optional Windows Optional USB 802.11a/b/g/n 1024 x 768 volatile memory, Scanner CE 7.0 QWERTY or WPAN: Bluetooth Switchable to...
About This Guide xiii Chapter Descriptions Topics covered in this guide are as follows: Started, provides information on getting the vehicle computer up and running for the first • Chapter 1, Getting time. Installation, provides instructions for installing the vehicle computer in a forklift, on a wall or on a •...
Software type and version number. • 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.
In the event, the vehicle computer needs to be shipped by air carrier to Motorola for repair or maintenance, it is essential that the user remove the desiccant door cover before the vehicle computer is packaged for shipment. The reason for this step is to avoid compromising the vehicle computer as a result of pressurization during air transit.
Chapter 1 Getting Started Introduction The VC70 is Motorola’s ultra-rugged forklift mounted computer. It is designed to maximize productivity in harsh environments. Its rugged construction and high-performance wireless networking enables real-time data access and collection in a wide range of environments — from the loading dock and freezer to the warehouse.
1 - 2 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide ® Windows CE 7.0 Professional Operating System • TI OMAP4430 processor at 1GHz in turbo mode CPU • 512MB DDR2 volatile memory, 2GB EMMC non volatile memory • 10.4” XGA 1024 x 768, Switchable to SVGA 800x600, (4:3 format) color display •...
Getting Started 1 - 3 Backup Battery Door Service Door Antenna Port for Main Power Optional External Switch Antenna Figure 1-2 VC70 Back View COM2 + CAN-bus Microphone External Speaker USB 1 USB 2 COM1 Port Power Ethernet Bottom Connectors Figure 1-3 VC70 Bottom View...
1 - 4 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Accessories Table 1-2 lists the accessories available from Motorola for the VC70: Accessories Table 1-1 Accessory Description Part Number Scanners Corded scanners • LS3408-ER Rugged barcode laser scanner LS3408- ER20005R (serial/USB) •...
Getting Started 1 - 5 Accessories (Continued) Table 1-1 Accessory Description Part Number Cables USB cable for DS3508-ER, LS3508-ER 25-159548-01 Scanners, Coiled, 12', sealed and secured USB connector. DC cable extender. 6.5'. 25-159549-01 DC output cable for AC power supply PN: 25-159550-01 PWRS-14000-241R AC power supply adapter cable, 6.5'.
1 - 6 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Accessories (Continued) Table 1-1 Accessory Description Part Number US AC line cord, grounded, three wire for power 23844-00-00R supply 50-14000-241R. AC Line Cord, 1.8M, three wire, grounded BS1363 50-16000-219R plug. Associated Countries: Hong Kong, Iraq, Malaysia, Singapore, United Kingdom.
Chapter 2 Installation Introduction This chapter describes how to install the vehicle computer in a vehicle or on a desktop and connecting the vehicle computer to a power source. There are different installation options depending on the type of vehicle. This chapter also describes how to install the various accessories for the vehicle computer.
2 - 2 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Service Door Micro SD Card Memory Card Slot Install Memory Card Figure 2-1 Push the memory card, with the contacts up, into the card slot until it locks. Replace the Service door and secure using two captive screws. Ensure to torque the screws to seal the device properly.
Installation 2 - 3 U Mount Installation U-mount Lock Washer Hex Head Screw Flat Washer Friction Pad Friction Pad Mounting Area Mounting Bracket Installation Figure 2-2 To install the U-mount: Position the friction pads in the friction pad mounting area. Position the U-mount over the mounting holes.
2 - 4 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Determine the best location for mounting the vehicle computer taking into consideration the driver’s field of • view and ease of accessing the vehicle computer. Install the appropriate mounting hardware.The VC70 ships with four No. 8 Allen head screws (M10x50mm) •...
Installation 2 - 7 Important Fixing Information Any modification to supplied mounting bracket could cause failure of the unit and/or mountings. CAUTION Mounting surface must be flat and stiff and it must extend evenly for the entire length of the mounting bracket •...
Installation 2 - 9 Nuts Customer Supplied Lock Washers Mounting Plate Flat Washers Welded to Beams Flat Washers Lock Washers U-mount Allen Head Screws Mounting on Transverse Overhead Beams Figure 2-9 Mounting on a Dashboard or Horizontal Surface Example The diagram below illustrates a typical installation where the vehicle computer is mounted on a dashboard or horizontal flat surface.
2 - 10 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Allen Head Screws Lock Washers Flat Washers U-mount Mounting Surface Flat Washers Lock Washers Nuts Mounting on a Vehicle Dashboard Figure 2-10 Routing Electrical Cables Establish a neat route for the cable, staying clear of moving parts or hot surfaces. •...
Installation 2 - 11 12 Volt Internal Combustion Engine 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.
2 - 12 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Ensure the wiring connections created are sufficiently insulated from each other. Re-connect the vehicle battery. Connect the power cable connector into the vehicle computer's Power port. Align the keyway on the power connector with the notch on the vehicle computer’s power port.
Installation 2 - 13 Installing the VC70 on a Cart, a Wall, or a Desktop To mount the vehicle computer on a cart, a wall, or a desktop: Install the U-mount to the desktop. • Connect the vehicle computer to the AC power supply. •...
2 - 14 VC70 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 50-14000--241R). The power supply is certified to EN60950 with SELV outputs.
Installation 2 - 15 Installing the DC Power Supply (PSU) on the VC70 NOTE Follow this procedure when using the U-mount. The PSU fastening screws are supplied with the U-mount kit. Attach the PSU to the back of the vehicle computer. Screw the four M5x14mm screws into the PSU mounting holes and tighten.
2 - 16 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Measurements are given in millimeters. PSU Installation Template Figure 2-15...
Installation 2 - 17 Installing the Optional QWERTY/AZERTY Keyboard The keyboard kit contains the following items: Keyboard • Right and left mounting arms • Four torx head screws with flat and lock washers • Six screws with captive flat and lock washers (for keyboard fastening) •...
2 - 18 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Left Mounting Torx Head Screws with Flat and Lock Washers Flat Washer Lock Washer Locking Knob Attaching the Brackets to the VC70 Figure 2-17 Insert the keyboard locking knobs through the washers and brackets and screw into the keyboard tray. Tighten fully to lock into place.
Installation 2 - 19 USB Connector USB Connectors Figure 2-19 Installing the Optional VC5090 Keyboard on the VC70 You can install the VC5090 keyboard on the VC70 using the keyboard adapter kit (PN KT-VC50KYBD-ADPT-R). The kit contains the following items: Two spacers with screws and washers •...
2 - 20 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Attach the VC5090 keyboard brackets (part of the VC5090 keyboard assembly) to both sides of the VC70, using the cap screws with captive washers. Only tighten the cap screws three turns. Insert the keyboard locking knobs through the washers and brackets and screw into the keyboard.
Installation 2 - 21 Numeric Keyboard Numeric Keyboard Mount 6 Torx Head Screws with captive washers Installing the Numeric Keyboard on the Mount Figure 2-22 Attach the numeric keyboard mount to the VC70, using four M5x14mm torx head screws with captive washers.Tighten the screws.
2 - 22 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Numeric Keyboard Numeric Keyboard Connector 4 Torx Head Screws with Captive Washers Installing the Mount on the VC70 Figure 2-23 Connect the numeric keyboard to a free USB connector. Fasten the screws using a flat head screw driver.
Installation 2 - 23 Installing the Scanner Mount The Scanner mount kit contains the following items: side accessory mount (PN KT-ACCMNT-VC70-R) with two screws, two captive lock washers and flat • washers scanner mount (PN KT-SCANMNT-VC70-R) with four screws, four captive lock washers and flat washers •...
2 - 24 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Installing a Scanner The following scanners can be connected to the vehicle computer: LS3408-ER Rugged barcode laser scanner (serial/USB) • DS3508-ER Rugged 1D/2D imager scanner (serial/USB) • DS3578-ER Rugged cordless 1D/2D imager scanner (bluetooth) •...
Installation 2 - 25 System Manager Window Figure 2-26 Scan the bar code. Set All Defaults Set All Defaults Bar Code Figure 2-27 NOTE The above allows the scanner to reset from any previous configuration to the default configuration. Scan a SSI HOST barcode. SSI Host Bar Code Figure 2-28 NOTE To select SSI as the host interface, scan the above bar code.
2 - 26 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Scan Write to Custom Defaults barcode. Custom Default Bar Code Figure 2-30 Verify that the scanner is connected properly. See Verifying the Scanner is Working Properly on page 2-42. Connecting a Serial Scanner (LS3408-ER/DS3508-ER) to a Serial Port NOTE Refer to the scanner Product Reference Guide for information on configuring the scanner.
Installation 2 - 27 System Manager Window Figure 2-32 Scan the bar code. Set All Defaults Set All Defaults Bar Code Figure 2-33 NOTE The above allows the scanner to reset from any previous configuration to the default configuration. Scan a serial configuration barcode. Serial Configuration Bar Code Figure 2-34 Scan the Host: RTS High barcode.
2 - 28 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Scan Write to Custom Defaults barcode. Custom Default Bar Code Figure 2-37 Verify that the scanner is connected properly. See Verifying the Scanner is Working Properly on page 2-42. Connecting a Serial SSI Scanner (DS457) to a Serial Port NOTE Refer to the scanner Product Reference Guide for information on configuring the scanner.
Installation 2 - 29 Set All Defaults Bar Code Figure 2-39 NOTE The above allows the scanner to reset from any previous configuration to the default configuration. Scan a SSI HOST barcode. SSI Host Bar Code Figure 2-40 NOTE To select SSI as the host interface, scan the above bar code. This is a scan API mode SSI. Scan Send Packeted Decode Data barcode.
2 - 30 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide COM1 Port DS457 Scanner Cable PN: 25-13227-02R Connect to an External Power Supply or to a USB Port Connecting Serial Scanner (DS457) to COM1 Connector Figure 2-43 Connect the serial connector power inlet to an external power supply or to a USB port. Scan the bar code.
Installation 2 - 31 Scan the send row decode data barcode. Send Row Decode Data Barcode Figure 2-47 Scan Write to Custom Defaults barcode. Custom Default Bar Code Figure 2-48 Verify that the scanner is connected properly. See Verifying the Scanner is Working Properly on page 2-42.
2 - 32 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Set All Defaults Bar Code Figure 2-50 NOTE The above allows the scanner to reset from any previous configuration to the default configuration. Scan a Cradle Host barcode to configure the scanner to Bluetooth SCAN API mode before the pairing. Cradle Host Bar Code Figure 2-51 Scan the PAIR label barcode on the cradle.
Installation 2 - 33 Custom Default Bar Code Figure 2-55 Verify that the scanner is connected properly. See Verifying the Scanner is Working Properly on page 2-42. To unpair the scanner from the cradle, scan the Unpairing barcode. Unpairing Bar Code Figure 2-56 Connecting a DS3578-ER/LS3578-ER Scanner to a USB Port To connect a DS3578-ER/LS3578-ER scanner to the VC70:...
2 - 34 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide C O D E Code 128 Bar Code Figure 2-58 Connecting a DS457 Scanner to a USB Port To connect a DS457 scanner to the VC70: NOTE Refer to the scanner Product Reference Guide for information on configuring the scanner. Connect the USB scanner cable (PN 25-58926-01R) to the scanner.
Installation 2 - 35 C O D E Code 128 Bar Code Figure 2-60 Connecting a DS3578-ER/LS3578-ER Scanner Cradle to a USB Port To connect a DS3578-ER/LS3578-ER Scanner Cradle to the VC70: Connect the USB scanner cable (PN 25-159548-01) to the cradle. Connect the USB scanner cable to the one of the VC70 USB ports.
2 - 36 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Cradle Host Bar Code Figure 2-63 Scan Write to Custom Defaults barcode. Custom Default Bar Code Figure 2-64 Scan the PAIR label barcode on the cradle. Verify that the scanner is connected properly. See Verifying the Scanner is Working Properly on page 2-42.
Installation 2 - 37 Cradle Host Bar Code Figure 2-67 Scan Write to Custom Defaults barcode. Custom Default Bar Code Figure 2-68 To pair the scanner with your VC70, scan the pair label barcode in the upper right side of the VC70.The scanner beeps indicating that it is successfully connected to the VC70.
2 - 38 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Connecting a Bluetooth Scanner (RS507) Directly to the VC70 (SPP Profile) NOTE Refer to the scanner Product Reference Guide for information on configuring the scanner. To connect a Bluetooth scanner to the VC70: Ensure that the scanner battery is fully changed.
Installation 2 - 39 Scan a SPP Profile barcode to configure the scanner to Bluetooth SPP profile mode before the pairing. SPP Profile Bar Code Figure 2-72 Scan Write to Custom Defaults barcode. Custom Default Bar Code Figure 2-73 To pair the scanner with your VC70, scan the pair label barcode in the upper right side of the VC70.The scanner beeps indicating that it is successfully connected to the VC70.
2 - 40 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Port Selection Window Figure 2-74 Click to go back to DataWedge main screen. Verify that your scanner is ready for capture. Back Ready to Capture Window Figure 2-75...
Installation 2 - 41 Scanners Configuration Using Data Wedge Table 2-1 Scanner Type Configuration LS3408 Profile0/input =Serial/COM3, input plugin=Serial DS3508 Profile0/input =Serial/COM2: USB cable, input plugin=serial DS457 Profile0/input =Serial/COM3, input plugin=serial NOTE Device need to be configured with: Factory Defaults, SSI host, Baud Rate 9600, Host RTS High Profile0/input =Serial/COM2:USB cable, input plugin=serial DS3578...
2 - 42 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Verifying the Scanner is Working Properly You can use one of the procedures below to verify that your scanner is working properly. Using WordPad If using a HID scanner, open WordPad and scan a barcode. Verify your scanning is correct. Using Scan Sample Tap the >...
Installation 2 - 43 Installing the External Roof-mounted Antenna WARNING The antenna must be installed in a location that will ensure a distance of at least 8” (20cm) between the antenna and any bystander. Sharkfin Antenna Sharkfin Antenna Figure 2-77 For general antenna installation instructions refer to the Installation Guide supplied with the antenna.
Connecting an External Speaker to the Vehicle Computer It may be necessary to install an external speaker in noisy environments. Use a Motorola HSN4040 15 Watt water-resistant loudspeaker and connect it to the VC70 External Speaker connector using the adapter cable (PN 25-159552-01).
Installation 2 - 45 Attach the side mount to the VC70, using two M5x14mm screws with captive washers.Tork the screws to 20 + 10% kgf-cm (17 + 10% lbs-in). Screws with Captive Screws with Washers Captive Washers Side Mount Microphone Holder Installing the External Microphone Mount Figure 2-80...
Chapter 3 Operating the VC70 Introduction This chapter explains the buttons, status icons and controls on the VC70 and provides basic instructions for using the VC70, including powering on and resetting. It also included instructions for entering and capturing data. Quick Access Panel The Quick Access Panel contains buttons and LEDs to control the operation of the vehicle computer.
3 - 2 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Ambient Light Sensor +, P1 Button -, P2 Button Keyboard, P3 Button Speaker, P4 Button Brightness Button Function LED Power Button Charging LED COMM LED VC70 Quick Access Panel Figure 3-1 Power Button Press the Power button to place the vehicle computer into suspend mode.
Operating the VC70 3 - 3 Charging LED Indicator (Continued) Table 3-1 LED State Indication Slow Blinking Green Backup battery is low (both external power and backup battery available). Solid Red Back battery not available/Suspend state (external power only available). COMM LED The COMM LED blinks to indicate WLAN radio activity.
3 - 4 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Function LED The Function LED indicates the mode of display function keys. lists the states of the Function LED. Table 3-3 Function LED Indicator Table 3-3 LED State Indication Function keys mode. This is a default mode. P1-P4 keys acts as functions.
3 - 6 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Keyboard with Numeric Key Hidden Figure 3-8 To only display the numeric keys tap the button. Numeric Key Toggle Toggles the Numeric Keys into F11-F20 keys. Toggles the Numeric Keys into F1-F10 keys. Numeric Only Keys Figure 3-9 key, when depressed, displays a second layer of characters.
Operating the VC70 3 - 7 key, when depressed, displays the shifted alpha characters on the keyboard. The shifted letters remain SHIFT until the key is pressed again. SHIFT QWERTY Shifted Keys Figure 3-12 AZERTY Shifted Keys Figure 3-13 Keyboard Functionality Optional Numeric, QWERTY and AZERTY keyboards can be used with the vehicle computer.
3 - 8 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide VC70 QWERTY Keyboard Figure 3-15 VC70 AZERTY Keyboard Figure 3-16 Key Descriptions Table 3-4 Description SHIFT Press the key followed by a alpha key to create uppercase alphabetic SHIFT characters. CTRL Press the key to activate alternate control functions.
Operating the VC70 3 - 9 Key Descriptions (Continued) Table 3-4 Description Moves the cursor around the screen or highlights the items in a menu. F1 through F24 Programmable function keys. The application determines the use; see the software or application documentation. Enter Moves the cursor to the next data field or screen.
3 - 10 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Volume and Sounds Properties Window Figure 3-17 Adjust the volume slider as necessary using the pointer or the up and down arrow keys. Check the Enable check boxes as desired. sounds for to save the setting or tap to exit without saving.
Operating the VC70 3 - 11 Status Icons Table 3-5 Status Description Icon Indicates the current time. Click to display the selected VC70 Soft Input Panel keyboard. Indicates that the vehicle computer is receiving power from a forklift battery or from an AC power supply, the UPS is installed and charging.
3 - 12 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Start Menu Figure 3-19 Programs Menu From the Start menu, tap Programs to open the Programs menu. The programs provided with Windows CE .NET 5.0 Professional are displayed in the Programs menu. Refer to the Symbol Application Guide, p/n 72-68901-xx and ®...
Operating the VC70 3 - 13 Task Manager Window Figure 3-21 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. Properties >...
3 - 14 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Taskbar and Start Menu - Advanced Tab Figure 3-23 Tap OK to save the settings and exit the window.
Operating the VC70 3 - 15 Using Voice Communication You may connect an external speaker to your vehicle computer. Use a Motorola HSN4040 15 Watt water-resistant loudspeaker and connect it to the VC70 External Speaker connector using the adapter cable (PN 25-159552-01).
3 - 16 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Resetting the Vehicle Computer There are two reset functions, warm boot and cold boot. Performing a Warm Boot A warm boot restarts the vehicle computer and saves all stored records and entries. In the Windows CE environment.
Operating the VC70 3 - 17 API suspension: the application requests a suspend via an API call. • Time-out suspension: suspends after the vehicle computer is not used for a set amount of time. Tap > • > > icon > tab to set the time-out value.
3 - 18 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide shows the reduced power consumption mode active components. Table 3-7 Reduced Power Consumption Mode Table 3-7 VC70 Component Active Sensor Micro Display backlight Level 1 WLAN state (On) On (not connected) WLAN state (connected) On (connected) WLAN state (in PTT call)
Operating the VC70 3 - 19 To calibrate your VC70: > > icon > tab. > Settings Control Panel Stylus Calibration Stylus Properties - Calibration Tab Window Figure 3-25 Tap the button. The calibration screen displays. Recalibrate Carefully press and briefly hold stylus on the center of the target.
3 - 20 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Press keys to access the menu. Ctrl Start Using the arrow keys, select > Settings Control Panel Press to display the window. Enter Control Panel Control Panel Window Figure 3-27 Using the arrow keys, move to the icon and press .
Operating the VC70 3 - 21 Stylus Properties Calibration Tab Window Figure 3-29 Using the key, select the button. Recalibrate Press the space key to start the calibration process. The calibration screen appears. Carefully press and briefly hold stylus on the center of the target. Repeat as the target moves around the screen.
3 - 22 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Checking Battery Status To check whether the backup battery in the vehicle computer is charged, tap > > > Settings Control Panel icon to display the window. Power Power Settings To save battery power, set the vehicle computer to turn off after a specified number of minutes. Ignition Sensing 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.
Chapter 4 Wireless Applications Introduction Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs) allow mobile computers to communicate wirelessly and send Figure 4-1 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.
4 - 2 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Signal Strength Icon Wireless Applications Menu Figure 4-2 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 Icon Status Action...
Wireless Applications 4 - 3 Disable Radio Figure 4-3 To turn the WLAN radio on tap the icon and select Signal Strength Enable Radio Enable Radio Figure 4-4...
4 - 4 VC70 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 icon - . The window displays.
Wireless Applications 4 - 5 Tap-and-hold on a WLAN network to open a pop-up menu which provides three options: Connect to... Create . Select to refresh the WLAN list. Select to connect to the network or profile Refresh Refresh Connect to... Create to create a wireless profile from that network.
4 - 6 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Operating Mode Dialog Box Figure 4-7 Table 4-5 Operating Mode Fields Field Description Operating Mode Select to enable the vehicle computer to transmit and receive data with an AP. Infrastructure Infrastructure is the default mode. Select to enable the vehicle computer to form its own local network where mobile Ad Hoc...
Wireless Applications 4 - 7 Table 4-5 Operating Mode Fields (Continued) Field Description Country For a single profile that can be used in multiple countries, but with infrastructure that does not (Continued) support 802.11d, set the profile country to , and de-select (uncheck) Allow Any Country Enable .
Wireless Applications 4 - 9 Authentication Dialog Box Figure 4-9 Table 4-7 Authentication Options Authentication Description 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.
4 - 10 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide lists the PEAP tunneled authentication options. Table 4-8 Table 4-8 PEAP Tunneled Authentication Options PEAP Tunneled Description Authentication MS CHAP v2 Microsoft Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol version 2 (MS CHAP v2) is a password-based, challenge-response, mutual authentication protocol that uses the industry-standard Message Digest 4 (MD4) and Data Encryption Standard (DES) algorithms to encrypt responses.
Wireless Applications 4 - 11 User Certificate Selection If you checked the check box on the dialog box or if is the selected User Certificate Tunneled Authentication authentication type, the dialog box displays. Select a certificate from the drop-down list of Installed User Certificates currently installed certificates before proceeding.
4 - 12 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Installed Server Certificates Dialog Box Figure 4-13 A dialog box appears that lists the currently loaded certificate files found in the default directory (Application) with the default extension. Browse Server Certificates Figure 4-14 Navigate to the folder where the certificate is stored.
Wireless Applications 4 - 13 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.
4 - 14 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Time Cache Options Dialog Box Figure 4-17 Tap the radio button to check credentials at a set time interval. Interval Enter the value in minutes in the box. Tap the radio button to check credentials at a set time. At (hh:mm) .
Wireless Applications 4 - 15 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. Password Dialog Box Figure 4-20 Enter a password in the field.
4 - 16 VC70 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 for these encryption types. Table 4-12 Encryption Dialog Box Figure 4-22 Table 4-11 Encryption Options...
4 - 18 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Passkey Dialog Box Figure 4-24 . 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.
Wireless Applications 4 - 19 Table 4-14 Static IP Address Entry Fields Field Description 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.
4 - 20 VC70 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.
Wireless Applications 4 - 21 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. Battery Usage Dialog Box Figure 4-30 NOTE Power consumption is also related to the transmit power settings.
4 - 22 VC70 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 window, tap the icon > Manage Profiles Signal Strength Manage Profiles Manage Profiles Window...
Wireless Applications 4 - 23 Manage Profiles Context Menu Figure 4-32 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.
4 - 24 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Manage Profiles - Add Figure 4-34 Select to display the wherein you can set the profile name and ESSID. Set security, network 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 from the pop-up menu.
Wireless Applications 4 - 25 Wireless Status Application To open the window, tap the icon > . The window Wireless Status Signal Strength Wireless Status Wireless Status displays information about the wireless connection. Wireless Status Window Figure 4-36 The Wireless Status window contains the following options. Tap the option to display the option window. •...
4 - 26 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Signal Strength Window Figure 4-37 After viewing the window, tap the back button to return to the window. Signal Strength Wireless Status Table 4-20 Signal Strength Status Field Description Signal Displays the Relative Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI) of the signal transmitted between the AP and vehicle computer.
Wireless Applications 4 - 27 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 in the window. Current Profile Current Profile Wireless Status Current Profile Window Figure 4-38 Table 4-21...
4 - 28 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide IPv4 Status Window Figure 4-39 Table 4-22 IPv4 Status Fields Field Description IP Type Displays the IP type for the current profile: . If the IP type is DHCP, leased IP DHCP Static address and network address data appear for the vehicle computer.
Wireless Applications 4 - 29 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.
Wireless Applications 4 - 31 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.
4 - 32 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Trace Route Window Figure 4-44 Enter an IP address or a DNS Name in the IP combo box, and tap . The IP combo box should match the Start Test information shown in the window’s IP combo box.
Wireless Applications 4 - 33 Tap and hold on an AP to display a pop-up menu with the following options: Set Mandatory Set Roaming Select to prohibit the vehicle computer from associating with a different AP. The letter displays on Set Mandatory top of the icon.
4 - 34 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Table 4-24 OP Mode Filtering Options Field Description AP Networks Select the check box to display available AP networks and their signal AP Networks strength within the (see Find WLANs Application on page Available WLAN Networks 4-4).
Wireless Applications 4 - 35 Band Selection Dialog Box Figure 4-48 Table 4-26 Band Selection Options Field Description 2.4GHz Band application list includes all networks found in the 2.4 GHz band (802.11b and Find WLANs 802.11g). 5GHz Band application list includes all networks found in the 5 GHz band (802.11a and Find WLANs 802.11n).
4 - 36 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Change Password Window Figure 4-50 To create a password for the first time, leave the Current: text box empty and enter the new password in the New: text boxes. Tap Confirm: Save To change an existing password, enter the current password in the text box and enter the new password in...
Wireless Applications 4 - 37 Save To export all profiles: . The dialog box displays. Export All Profiles Save As Export All Profiles Save As Dialog Box Figure 4-53 Enter a filename in the field. The default filename is WCS_PROFILES.REG. Name: In the drop-down list, select the desired folder.
4 - 38 VC70 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 Default Description CertificateDirectory REG_SZ \\Application The default directory to find certificates.
Wireless Applications 4 - 39 • 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...
Chapter 5 Using Bluetooth Introduction Bluetooth-equipped devices can communicate wirelessly, using frequency-hopping spread spectrum (FHSS) RF to transmit and receive data in the 2.4 GHz Industry Scientific and Medical (ISM) band (802.15.1). Bluetooth wireless technology is specifically designed for short-range (30 feet/10 meters) communications and low power consumption.
5 - 2 VC70 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.
Using Bluetooth 5 - 3 Disable Bluetooth Figure 5-1 Enabling Bluetooth > > > icon. Click the Bluetooth Off button. The appears in the system Settings Control Panel MotoBTUI tray. Enable Bluetooth Figure 5-2...
5 - 4 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Bluetooth Power States Cold Boot When a cold boot is performed on the vehicle computer, Bluetooth turns off. It is normal to see the Bluetooth icon appear and disappear, as well as a wait cursor, when initialization proceeds in all modes. Warm Boot When a warm boot is performed on the vehicle computer, Bluetooth returns to the disabled state (off).
Using Bluetooth 5 - 5 The application scans for bluetooth devices automatically. A list of discovered bluetooth devices is shown on the screen. To refresh your list, click the refresh button on the lower left side of the screen. Bonding with Discovered Device(s) scanning the pair barcode in the upper right NOTE You can bond (pair) a scanner to your vehicle computer by side of the VC70.The scanner beeps indicating that it is successfully connected to the VC70...
5 - 6 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide The following Pair button appear. Click to pair the discovered device to your computer.
Using Bluetooth 5 - 7 Pin Code is required, enter the code (12345). You will be required to enter the same code on your device. Your device appears as available on your screen. File Transfer Services NOTE The following services are available with Stonestreet One stack. NOTE Shared folders are a security risk.
5 - 8 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Click the Show BTExplorer. , select the folder. BTExplorer Remote Devices Select the folder. Trusted Devices Tap the remote device folder. Tap and hold on the remote device and select from the pop-up menu. Explore Tap and hold on and select...
5 - 10 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide , select the folder. BTExplorer Remote Devices Select the folder. Trusted Devices Tap the remote device folder. Tap and hold on and select . The window appears. OBEX Object Push Connect OBEX Object Push In the drop-down list, select one of the options:...
Using Bluetooth 5 - 11 Navigate to the picture that you want to send to the other device. Open . The picture is sent to the other device and a confirmation dialog box appears on the other device to accept the picture. A dialog appears.
5 - 12 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Tap the remote device folder. Tap and hold and select in the pop-up menu. The window Serial Port Connect Remote Service Connection appears. Remote Service Connection Window Figure 5-6 In the drop-down list select a COM port.
Using Bluetooth 5 - 13 BTExplorer Settings - Device Info Tab Figure 5-7 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.
5 - 14 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Add Local Service Window Figure 5-9 In the list, select a service to add. . The window displays for the selected service. Edit Local Service Select the appropriate information and then tap .
Using Bluetooth 5 - 15 OBEX Exchange Information Window Figure 5-11 Service Name Displays the name of the service. Service Security Select the type of security from the drop-down list; None Authenticate Authenticate/Encrypt Business Card Do not allow clients to push Disables clients from pushing objects to the vehicle computer.
5 - 16 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Serial Port Service Serial port allows COM ports to be accessed by other Bluetooth devices. Serial Port Service Window Figure 5-13 Service Name Displays the name of the service. Service Security Select the type of security from the drop-down list;...
Using Bluetooth 5 - 17 Security Tab To adjust the security settings for an individual service, select the tab first, then select the individual Services service, then Properties BTExplorer Settings - Security Tab Figure 5-15 Use PIN Code (Incoming Select for automatic use of the PIN code entered in the text box.
5 - 18 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Virtual COM Port Tab Use the tab to select the COM ports for Bluetooth communication. Virtual COM Port BTExplorer Settings - Virtual COM Port Tab Figure 5-17 COM4:Bluetooth Enable or disable COM Port 4. COM5:Bluetooth Enable or disable COM Port 5 COM9:Bluetooth...
Using Bluetooth 5 - 19 Highlight Connections Select the connection type to highlight when connected. In the Wizard Mode, the only option is . In the the options are Favorites None Explorer Mode None Tree View Only List View Only Tree and List View Apply Text Style Select the text style to be applied to the connection text.
Chapter 6 ActiveSync Introduction To communicate with various host devices, install Microsoft ActiveSync (Version 4.5 or other, compatible with Windows Embedded Compact 7 platform) 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.
6 - 2 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Installing ActiveSync To install ActiveSync on the host computer, download version 4.5 or higher from the Microsoft web site at http://www.microsoft.com. Refer to the installation included with the ActiveSync software. Windows Embedded Compact 7 supports ActiveSync 4.5 on Windows XP. Or, Windows Mobile Device Center on Windows Vista and Windows 7.
ActiveSync 6 - 3 to exit the window and tap to exit the window. Change Connection PC Connection Properties 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: Select >...
6 - 4 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Setting up a Partnership To set up a partnership: If the window does not appear on the host computer, select > > Get Connected All Programs Microsoft ActiveSync Figure 6-5 New Partnership Window Click to connect as a guest (normally selected option).
ActiveSync 6 - 5 Figure 6-7 Setup Complete Window 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.
VC70 vehicle computer. The Platform SDK installs a new Windows CE device type and its associated libraries onto the development PC. Visual Studio 2008 is used to develop application for the VC70. The new device (like: Motorola VC70 Windows CE PSDK) is added to the active platform configuration. Platform SDK To download and install the Platform SDK: Download the appropriate Platform SDK from the Support Central web site http://supportcentral.motorola.com:...
VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Enterprise Mobility Developer Kit To install an SMDK: Download the EMDK from the Support Central web site, http://supportcentral.motorola.com: On http://supportcentral.motorola.com, select Software Downloads. Select Mobile Computers and then select VC70. Select the latest version of the Enterprise Mobility Developer Kit.
Application Development and Deployment 7 - 3 Connect the vehicle computer to the host computer using a USB cable. On the host computer, select > > Programs ActiveSync Select Explore Figure 7-1 ActiveSync Explorer Double-click the folder to expand the contents of the folder. Figure 7-2 Application Folder Contents Use Explorer to locate the host computer directory that contains the file to download.
OS file system can write files to and read files from. Data is retained even if power is removed. 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 •...
It can also be obtained from the Support Central web site at http://supportcentral.motorola.com. Files are copied to the Windows folder from the Flash File System using copy files (*.cpy) in the following order:...
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.
Chapter 8 Staging and Provisioning Introduction The MSP 3 Client Software is a set of software components that come pre-installed on the VC70. The MSP 3 Client software consists of the following three components: Refer to the Mobility Services Platform 3.2 User’s Guide, p/n 72E-100158-06, for instructions for using the Rapid Deployment, AirBEAM Smart and MSP3 Agent clients.
8 - 2 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide When flashing is over, the device is automatically rebooted. NOTE The above steps do not require any user interaction. The screen is an example of screens shown on the device during the update process performed via OS Update utility.
Chapter 9 Software Configuration Introduction This chapter provides special instructions required for third-party software that can be used with the VC70 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 COM ports.
9 - 2 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide For the vehicle computer: [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\SystemManagement\DisplayHeater] DispHeaterEnabled”=dword:1 - Making it 0 will never turn on the Display heater. Often Used Registry Settings Power Suspend To modify the power suspend settings: Key Name: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Power\Timeouts] Name: ACSuspendTimeout •...
9 - 4 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Name: ApplicationPath • • Data Type: String • Description: Used to specify which application to invoke with the press of Px key. Required only when action is Launch Application. Name: CommandLine •...
Chapter 10 Maintenance 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 NOTE Whenever the VC70 is being replaced on a fork lift, ensure that the VC70 is compatible with the power cable installed on the truck.
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.
Maintenance 10 - 3 Replacing the Backup Battery To replace the backup battery: Use ESD precautions when installing the backup battery. CAUTION Place the Main Power switch on the right side of the vehicle computer to the off position and perform cold boot to electrically disconnect the battery from the unit.
Panel to turn on the vehicle computer. Touchscreen not working. Display not properly calibrated. Recalibrate the screen through the Control Panel Calibration utility. If problem continues, contact Motorola Enterprise Mobility Support. Service Information on page xiv. Replacement screen protector was Replace or re-apply screen protector.
Application currently running disabled Configure the application to enable the sound. or press a key. the sound. Faulty speaker. Contact Motorola Enterprise Mobility Support. Service Information on page xiv. The optional external speaker cable is Connect the external speaker, or, disconnect connected without the speaker.
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. Technical Specifications Table A-1 Item Characteristics Physical and Environmental Characteristics Dimension 11.5 in.
A - 2 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Technical Specifications (Continued) Table A-1 Item Characteristics Audio Built-in front-mounted 2W speaker; external 13 watt speaker and external Push-To-Talk microphone that is ready for voice communication and voice-assisted applications Performance Characteristics TI OMAP4430 processor at 800MH - 1GHz in turbo mode Operating System Windows Embedded Compact 7 (WEC 7)
Specifications A - 3 Technical Specifications (Continued) Table A-1 Item Characteristics Frequency Range: 802.11a: 5 GHz 802.11b: 2.4 GHz 802.11g: 2.4 GHz 802.11n: 2.4 GHz & 5 GHz Bluetooth Bluetooth Version 2.1. A full featured SDK is available for download from Support Central.
A - 4 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Power Connector Pin-Outs Table A-2 Signal Description 12V_IN 12V output from AC supply/battery 12V_IN 12V output from AC supply/battery Ground Ground Ignition Ignition Sense input from forklift POW_GOOD SW_Shutdown HW_Shutdown Ground Mating connector: LF13WBP-11S USB Connector Pin-Outs (two connectors) Table A-3...
Specifications A - 5 COM1 Connector Pin-Outs Table A-4 Signal Description DCD1 Data Carrier Detect input to VC70 RxD1 Serial data input to VC70 TxD1 Serial data output to VC70 DTR1 Data Terminal Ready output from VC70 Ground DSR1 Data Set Ready RTS1 Request To Send output from VC70 CTS1...
A - 6 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide External Microphone Connector Pin-Outs Table A-6 Signal Description Push-to-Talk button signal from handset GND/MIC_- Audio input from microphone MIC_+ Audio input from microphone MIC_Detect External microphone detection Mating cable: mating cable Mot PN: 3064078H01/H02 External Speaker Connector Pin-Outs Table A-7 Signal...
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.
Glossary - 2 VC70 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.
Glossary - 3 Hard Reset. See Cold Boot. Hz. Hertz; A unit of frequency equal to one cycle per second. Host Computer. A computer that serves other vehicle computers in a network, providing such services as computation, database access, supervisory programs and network control. IDE.
Glossary - 4 VC70 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.
Glossary - 5 QWERTY. A standard keyboard commonly used on North American and some European PC keyboards. “QWERTY” refers to the arrangement of keys on the left side of the third row of keys. RAM. Random Access Memory. Data in RAM can be accessed in random order, and quickly written and read. Reflectance.
Glossary - 6 VC70 Vehicle Computer Product Reference Guide Substrate. A foundation material on which a substance or image is placed. TCP/IP. (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol) A communications protocol used to internetwork dissimilar systems. This standard is the protocol of the Internet and has become the global standard for communications. TCP provides transport functions, which ensures that the total amount of bytes sent is received correctly at the other end.
Glossary - 7 Warm Boot. A warm boot restarts the vehicle computer by closing all running programs. All data that is not saved to flash memory is lost.