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MW810 Mobile Workstation
Model F5208A
Standard and High Brightness LCD Displays
Owner's Manual


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  • Page 1 MW810 Mobile Workstation Model F5208A Standard and High Brightness LCD Displays Owner’s Manual 6802982C85-C...
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  • Page 3 COPYRIGHT Copyright © 2010 Motorola Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this manual may be transmitted, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language or computer language, in any form or by any means, without the prior written permission of Motorola Inc.
  • Page 4 To assure continued FCC compliance, the user must use grounded power supply cord and cables which are included with the equipment or specified. Unauthorized changes or modifications made in the CPU or Display, not expressly approved by Motorola, will void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    MW810 Display Owner’s Manual 5 Contents Using This Manual ................................. 7 Who Should Use this Manual ............................7 Manual Introduction ................................7 Related Manuals................................7 Conventions Used in This Manual............................ 8 Getting Started..................................9 What is the Display?................................. 9 Getting the Display Running............................10 Unpacking .................................
  • Page 6 Disable Power Button ............................... 37 Configuration for ML910 Laptop ............................. 38 Display Upgrade .................................. 39 Description/Tutorial................................. 39 Display Firmware................................39 Display Drivers ................................39 Display Service................................40 Getting Assistance ................................41 Appendix A: Safety Instructions ......................... 42 Appendix B: Warranty Information ........................43 Appendix C: Display Specifications ........................
  • Page 7: Using This Manual

    Display in this manual. This manual assumes the reader is familiar with the MW810 and basic Windows operations. If this is not the case, be sure to read the MW810 User’s Guide and documentation that came with your version of Windows.
  • Page 8: Conventions Used In This Manual

    R1.1) or 6802987C40 (MW810 R1.2) • Motorola MW810 Mobile Workstation, Software Development Kit - 6802983C00 For documentation of software applications supplied with this product, refer to the help file attached to each application. This manual is designed to supplement the on-line help or on- line context-sensitive help installed with every software component.
  • Page 9: Getting Started

    Expanded wireless networking capabilities, including new internal cellular modem options, for better access to information The Motorola MW810 offers a range of integrated radios and GPS options so the vehicle user can stay connected via one or more wireless networks. Optional expansion boards provide a wide range of I/O ports to support external radios, dual displays, and peripheral devices.
  • Page 10: Getting The Display Running

    • Field support CD with this Owner’s Guide If your display is part of the MW810 Mobile Workstation, refer to the Motorola MW810 Mobile Workstation User’s Guide for a list of shipped items. The MW810 Field Support Kit CD-ROM is included in the delivery scope. You will find further information on the system, drivers, utilities, updates, manuals on this CD.
  • Page 11: Taking A Look At The Display

    Power Button on the front panel of the CPU box. NOTE: If the display is used with the MW810 CPU, the main power switch on the rear CPU panel must be switched on before using the Power Button.
  • Page 12: 12.1" Display Rear-Side Components

    12.1" Display Rear-side Components A connector for attaching the power cord. Use a standard POWER Motorola power cable with a 15-Amp fuse. A connector for attaching the CPU cable. USB 2.0 port for permanent connection of external USB accessories. The connector has two bosses to allow screw-in securing of USB cabling.
  • Page 13: Display Indicators

    MW810 Display Owner’s Manual 13 Display Indicators The display has two LED indicators that are located at the front panel (Display Mode and Display Temperature) and Emergency LED at the top. These LED's alongside with display illumination provide the following indication about operational conditions.
  • Page 14: Connections

    The display has three USB 2.0 ports for connection an external USB device and a connector for attaching the cable from the MW810 CPU or another laptop or desktop. CAUTION: Do not connect or disconnect any external device during the BIOS boot process or when the CPU is in power-saving mode.
  • Page 15: Optional Internal Peripherals

    NOTE: You may require administrator rights to install software. Make sure you have the necessary rights. User applications can communicate with the Bluetooth device via serial port. User applications can turn the Bluetooth radio on and off using API functions from the MW810 Software Development Kit. Settings The Bluetooth module states upon turning on the device can be defined either in the display codeplug or the CPU registry.
  • Page 16: Smart Card Reader

    Factory registry setting is ON. Smart Card Reader The MW810 12.1" Displays incorporate a Smart Card Reader based on the OMNIKEY® Smart@Link Chipset 83C230K203 with an internal USB 2.0 Host Interface (also compliant with USB 1.1) with a transmission speed of 12 Mbps (USB 2.0 full speed).
  • Page 17: Display Configuration

    MW810 Display Owner’s Manual 17 Display Configuration The device has codeplug - a protected memory area to store the configuration parameters accessed when you turn on the display. That binary-format data contains basic information about display capabilities including general settings, power-up, power-off modes, etc.
  • Page 18: Display Configuration Change

    PARAMETER DESCRIPTION AVAILABLE OPTIONS FACTORY SETTING ROTARY KNOB Defines the rotary knob function when BRIGTHNESS / VOLUME BRIGTHNESS DEFAULT scrolling left or right. /OSD MENU/ FUNCTION BRIGTHNESS & VOLUME Enable or disable illumination of ENABLE / DISABLE ENABLE ILLUMINATION function and emergency keys. CONTROL When disabled, keys illumination is off;...
  • Page 19: How To Modify Configuration Parameters

    MW810 Display Owner’s Manual 19 How to Modify Configuration Parameters To modify the configuration parameters perform the following: • Double-click on the MPS icon; main MPS window appears on the screen. • Click on the Codeplug Editor 6802982C85-C...
  • Page 20 To modify configuration parameters use the MPS tool as shown next: • Select Display as a device to be programmed. • Select a type of the display (Primary or Secondary). • Click on Read from Display to read the codeplug parameters. If your device is successfully read, you will see a list of parameters.
  • Page 21: Basic Operations

    NOTE: Proper display functionality can be achieved only if the MW810 Display Control package is installed. This package is a part of the MW810 CPU software image. When you use the display with a laptop as the secondary display option, do not forget to install the display software.
  • Page 22: Power Off

    If the level of the car battery voltage is below of the Low Battery Threshold, the device will indicate about low battery level and not power up. CAUTION: Over-voltage The device is operational when the car battery voltage is within valid range. If the level of the car battery voltage is higher than the Critically High Battery Limit, the device will not power up.
  • Page 23: Ccfl Heater

    MW810 Display Owner’s Manual 23 Threshold, the display will provide low battery indication and send the Low Battery event to the CPU. • Drops in car battery voltage. If battery voltage falls below the Critical Low Battery Threshold for 20 seconds or more, the device will send the Cranking event to the CPU, execute critical shut down and power itself off.
  • Page 24: Rotary Knob

    NOTE: All above events wake up the MW810 CPU. Be aware that some laptops or desktops may not support a specific event. If your display is connected to 3 -party device, refer to its owner's guide for verification of wake up events.
  • Page 25: Emergency Key

    The display is equipped with the 8 function keys. When a function key is pressed, the display triggers a data event to the CPU operating system. This is intended for a customer software application that may hook and process this event. For details refer to MW810 Mobile Workstation, Software Development Kit.
  • Page 26: Illumination Control

    You can customize the Extrakey using Configuration window, which can be run either from the Control Panel, or by left-clicking the ExtraKey tray icon and choosing Configuration in the pop-up menu. Each display function key can be mapped either to hot key (such as Ctrl + X, F1 etc.), to file (as a shortcut), or to the display switch to blank the screen: How to set a shortcut to the hot key: •...
  • Page 27: Brightness Control

    MW810 Display Owner’s Manual 27 parameter enables or disables illumination of emergency and KEY ILLUMINATION CONTROL function keys. parameter enables or disables illumination of display LABEL ILLUMINATION CONTROL labels. specifies intensity of the Power LED when the display is in standby PWR LED INTENSITY mode.
  • Page 28: Display Software

    Proper display functionality can be achieved only if the MW810 Display Control package is installed. This package is a part of the MW810 CPU software image. When you use the device with a laptop as the secondary display option, do not forget to install the display software (refer to the Display Upgrade chapter in this document).
  • Page 29: Display Service

    MWDll provides access for internal and 3 -party applications API to display resources via the MWDisplayService. The API includes unique MW810 interface as well as standard DDC/CI commands. In addition, it provides a mechanism to retrieve events from the display and deliver them to application clients.
  • Page 30 Over-current event If during normal operation, the current drain exceeds the Critical Current Drain Threshold, the device will execute critical shut down and power itself off. Over-voltage protection If during normal operation, a level of the car battery voltage exceeds the Critically High Battery Threshold, the device will execute critical shut down and power itself off.
  • Page 31: Display Adjustment

    This section describes controls available to tune the image via OSD menus. The OSD panel includes control tabs for activation of different OSD features. In addition, the MW810 OSD panel provides information about video input parameters as follows: • Resolution •...
  • Page 32: Main Menu

    • You can exit OSD any time by selection of the tab. Also, the OSD control will be automatically closed if the rotary knob is inactive and the OSD time-out (factory setting - 5 seconds) is elapsed. • Display saves the new OSD data after OSD menu closure. •...
  • Page 33: Color Control

    MW810 Display Owner’s Manual 33 Brightness Adjusts the background black level of the screen image in order to keep details in darker image areas. • From the main Video Control menu select the Brightness tab and push the rotary knob.
  • Page 34: Display Adjust

    Color Temperature • Color temperature is the point at which equal combination of red, green, and blue colors create white at full intensity. • The OSD provides a list the supported color temperature presets. The display is capable of color temperatures of 4200k, 5000k, 6500k, 7500k, and 9300k.
  • Page 35: Tools

    MW810 Display Owner’s Manual 35 Stretch Allows shrink/stretch the image area. • From the main Display menu select the Stretch tab and push the rotary knob. • Scroll the knob to set desired size of the image. Horizontal Position Allows moving the screen image horizontally left or right.
  • Page 36 OSD Setting OSD Timeout sets the time frame the OSD control is displayed. Factory setting is 5 seconds, i.e. if the rotary knob is inactive for 5 seconds the OSD control disappears. Maximal OSD timeout is 15 seconds. OSD Position allows moving the OSD control to another position at the screen. Factory Reset Resets OSD parameters to factory default.
  • Page 37: Mobile And Office Configurations

    MW810 Display Owner’s Manual 37 Mobile and Office Configurations Display Configuration Tips You can use the display either in Office or in Mobile modes. Office Mode In the office mode CPU and display work independently; changing in the CPU power state does not have any impact on the display and vice versa.
  • Page 38: Configuration For Ml910 Laptop

    Configuration for ML910 Laptop You can use all the above configurations for the display connected to the ML910 laptop. If the display is connected to the ML910 docking station (so called MODS option), it's recommended to configure the display as follows: •...
  • Page 39: Display Upgrade

    - install or update firmware for the Display video controller Update of the display firmware can be done from the MW810 CPU or any external desktop or notebook with Windows XP or Windows Vista operating system. It does not need connection of any special equipment.
  • Page 40: Display Service

    - install or update the Bluetooth software for Broadcom BM-GP- BR-51module Select desired software component and click on the appropriate button - the MW810 Field Support kit will automatically install or replace selected software. Follow the on-screen instructions to continue and complete the process.
  • Page 41: Getting Assistance

    For your convenience, the Motorola website provides up-to-date information about the MW810. The Web address for the MW810 home page is This site includes general information about the device, as well as answers to questions regarding operational issues with the MW810.
  • Page 42: Appendix A: Safety Instructions

    Appendix A: Safety Instructions DANGER: Reduce the risk of fire or electric shock by following basic safety instructions: • Do not connect or disconnect cables while you device is turned on. • Do not use any power cord where input or output pins show signs of corrosion or overheating.
  • Page 43: Appendix B: Warranty Information

    Motorola cannot be responsible in any way for any ancillary equipment not furnished by Motorola, which is attached to or used in connection with the Product, or for operation of the Product with any ancillary equipment and all such equipment is expressly excluded from this warranty.
  • Page 44 A) that Motorola will be notified promptly in writing by such purchaser of any notice of such claim; B) that Motorola will have sole control of the defense of such suit and all negotiations for its settlement or compromise; and...
  • Page 45 Motorola have any liability for the use of ancillary equipment or software not furnished by Motorola which is attached to or used in connection with the Product. The foregoing states the entire liability of Motorola with respect to infringement of patents by the Product or any of its parts thereof.
  • Page 46: Appendix C: Display Specifications

    Appendix C: Display Specifications General PARAMETER DESCRIPTION • Type: 12.1" (12.1" viewable diagonal area), • Color filter : TFT active matrix XGA LCD, 0.294 mm pixel pitch, RGB vertical stripe • Glass surface: Antiglare • INPUT RGB SIGNAL Analog: RGB (75 ohms) •...
  • Page 47 MW810 Display Owner’s Manual 47 excessive drain POWER CONSUMPTION @ 13.8 VDC max • Maximal HB – 2.8A, SB – 1.5A (w/o heater), 4.5A (with heater) • Standby 0.4A ELECTRICAL TRANSIENTS Operational Electrical Transients Per ISO7637 (CE). SAFETY Operational Safety Per UL 60950-1, EN60950-1 STORAGE CONDITIONS Temperature: -40 to 158˚F (-40 to +70˚C)
  • Page 48 Bluetooth radio FCC ID: QDS-BRCM1018 FCC ID's IC: 4324A-BRCM1018 Display Thresholds THRESHOLD VALUE Low Display Temperature Threshold Equivalent to -25°C ambient High Display Temperature Threshold Equivalent to +65°C ambient Critically Low Display Temperature Threshold Equivalent to -30°C ambient Critically High Display Temperature Threshold Equivalent to +70°C ambient Low Battery Threshold 10.2VDC...
  • Page 49: Appendix D: Troubleshooting Information

    Appendix D: Troubleshooting Information You can solve many problems without outside assistance by following the troubleshooting procedures that MW810 provides in the online help or in the documents that are provided with the device, operating system and software applications. Most software applications come with description containing troubleshooting procedures and explanation of error information.
  • Page 50: Appendix E: Acronyms And Abbreviations

    Appendix E: Acronyms and Abbreviations The following acronyms and abbreviations are used in this document: Application Programming Interface CCFL Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp Compact Disk CD-ROM Compact Disk Read-Only Memory Central Processor Unit DDC/CI Display Data Channel Command Interface Dynamic Link Library Data Terminal Equipment Digital Versatile Disc Digital Visual Interface...
  • Page 51 For Europe, the Middle East and Africa, call +420 533 336 123 MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. © Motorola, Inc. 2010.

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