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CCpilot XL4 - CrossControl
Technical manual
CCpilot XL4
Technical manual
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Contents
Contents .............................................................................................................................................2
1
Introduction ................................................................................................................................3
1.1 Product models.......................................................................................................................... 3
1.2 Conventions and definitions ................................................................................................... 3
1.3 Identification .............................................................................................................................. 3
1.4 Care ............................................................................................................................................. 3
1.5 Environment and Environmental Tolerance ......................................................................... 4
1.6 Cleaning ...................................................................................................................................... 4
2
Device overview ........................................................................................................................5
2.1 Front side ..................................................................................................................................... 5
2.2 Rear side ...................................................................................................................................... 5
3
Installation ..................................................................................................................................6
3.1 Connecting to power supply .................................................................................................. 6
3.2 Grounding ................................................................................................................................... 7
3.3 Mounting ..................................................................................................................................... 7
3.4 Environmental considerations ................................................................................................. 7
3.5 Cables ......................................................................................................................................... 8
4
Basic operations ........................................................................................................................9
4.1 Starting Up................................................................................................................................... 9
4.2 Turning off.................................................................................................................................... 9
4.3 Adjusting the screen brightness ............................................................................................ 10
4.4 Using the touch screen........................................................................................................... 10
4.5 Status LED indicators ............................................................................................................... 10
4.6 Clock back-up battery........................................................................................................... 10
5
Interface overview ..................................................................................................................11
5.1 Light sensor ............................................................................................................................... 11
5.2 Buzzer ......................................................................................................................................... 11
5.3 Video ......................................................................................................................................... 11
5.4 CAN ............................................................................................................................................ 11
5.5 USB .............................................................................................................................................. 12
5.6 Ethernet ..................................................................................................................................... 12
5.7 Serial port .................................................................................................................................. 12
5.8 Digital inputs ............................................................................................................................. 12
6
Connectors ...............................................................................................................................13
6.1 Connector layout .................................................................................................................... 13
7
Specifications...........................................................................................................................16
7.1 Standard models connectivity level .................................................................................... 16
7.2 Technical data......................................................................................................................... 16
7.3 Environmental tolerance ....................................................................................................... 17
7.4 Weight and dimensions .......................................................................................................... 19
8
Technical Support ....................................................................................................................20
9
Trade Mark, etc. ......................................................................................................................21
10 Index .........................................................................................................................................22
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1 Introduction
CCpilot XL4 is the fourth generation of the CCpilot XL family, a high performance PC-based onboard display computer and controller with a rich set of integrated functions. With its powerful 3rd
generation Intel® Core i-7 CPU it is an open platform that facilitates easy implementation of
premium user interaction, reliable controls and integrated fleet management.
This technical manual and reference handbook provides important information regarding the
hardware and basic usage. For software and operating system specifics please see additional
documentation.
1.1 Product models
This documentation is applicable for all standard product models of CCpilot XL4, including
versions with and without touch screen.
The platform also enables customization of hardware and software. Described herein are the
possibilities which can be obtained using above product models, additional features are described
in model specific documentation.
1.2 Conventions and definitions
The following definitions are used to separate model specific details within this document. The
observe symbol is also used to highlight such difference.
The ‘observe’ symbol is used to highligt information regarding differences between product models
and options.
The exclamation symbol is used to highlight important information.
Text formats used in this document.
Format
Italics
Bold
Use
Names, designations and references.
Important information.
1.3 Identification
On the side of the CCpilot XL4 device there is a label containing version and serial numbers which
identify your unique computer. Take note of them. During service and other contact with the
supplier it is important to be able to provide these numbers.
1.4 Care

During welding or other service on the machine, all cables to the device shall be
disconnected.

Serviced shall only be made by authorised personnel. If the unit is opened by unauthorised
personnel, the guarantee will cease to be valid.

Scratches, or in the worst case damages, to the display occur easily if it comes in contact
with a sharp edge or hard material. In order to increase the longevity of the screen, this is
naturally something which should be avoided.
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The Flash memory used for storage is durable; however as with all flash memory types the
write cycles are limited. Avoid unnecessary writing to the flash memory.

If the unit becomes too hot it will operate at a limited speed and can also be damaged.
Therefore, do not cover the unit by covering it, for example hanging a jacket or other
clothes on it.

Consider traffic safety when CCpilot XL4 is installed and whenever it is used. maximatecc
does not recommend that CCpilot XL4 or its accessories is used actively by the driver when
a risk of injury to people, or damage to property, is present.

Be advised that the device draws power from the vehicle battery. This can result in the
inability of the vehicle to start if the on-board computer has been on for a period of time
without the vehicle engine running.
1.5 Environment and Environmental Tolerance
The CCpilot XL4 device has been designed to cope with tough environmental demands. Strict tests
have been conducted on the unit in order to ensure that it fulfils the expectations of a rugged unit.
Much work has been performed to choose and design internal components so that they, under all
circumstances and in the best possible way, provide you with a dependable and user-friendly
working instrument. A full list of standards to which the device has been tested for compliance can
be found in chapter 7 - Specifications.
The device is preferably placed in a way that prevents exposure to water contact. It is also
important that it is mounted securely on a stand or the like to inhibit the unit from moving and
thereby becoming damaged, damaging the vehicle and/or people during, for example, a traffic
accident.
1.6 Cleaning
To ensure proper and reliable functionality over time, the unit shall be wiped cleaned of dirt and
dust. Use a suitable light damp rag to clean the unit.
Never use alkaline, alcoholic or other chemicals for cleaning which can damage the unit.
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2 Device overview
The CCpilot XL4 is a, robust and versatile on-board computer. It is equipped with, a large number
of connection alternatives such as CAN, COM, Ethernet and USB. Depending on your product
model CCpilot XL4 may be equipped with or without a pressure-sensitive touch screen.
2.1 Front side
On the front face of CCpilot XL4 there are buttons for switching the unit on/off as well adjusting
the screens brightness level, a buzzer, status indicator and a light sensor.
Touch screen
Buzzer
ON/OFF button
Increase and
decrease the display’s
brightness level
Status indicator
Light sensor
2.2 Rear side
On the rear side of the CCpilot XL4 there are the external connectors, which are described in more
detail in the chapter Connectors. There are also mounting holes for fasteners in accordance with
VESA 75.
Hatch to dual CFast storage cards
Mounting holes,
VESA 75
PC beeper
External
connectors
Ground
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Cooling fan
GORE-TEX ™
venting
membrane
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3 Installation
Install the device in such a way that is considered safe and does not expose any unnecessary stress
to the unit. In this section, some recommendations are made regarding installation.
3.1 Connecting to power supply
This instruction address vehicle installations but the principle is the same also for other types of
installations. See also the description of the pin outs for the Power Supply Connector under the
section External interface description.

Carefully follow the connection instructions below. Make sure that all contacts are angled
correctly and that they do not have to be forced, but lock gently and pliant.

GND (pin 3 and 4) is connected to the vehicle’s ground.

Battery (pin 1 and 2), i.e. the computer’s power supply (+24 VDC), should be connected
directly to the vehicle’s battery through 10 A fuses (F1). Wire gauges shall be dimensioned
with respect to cable length, supply voltage etc. Minimum cable area is 2x1 mm2 (2xAWG
18).

The ON/OFF (pin 5), i.e. the computer’s on/off signal is connected via the vehicles turnkey
signal or an external on/off switch (S1). If the vehicle has a main power switch (S1) the
computer shall be connected after it, as in the illustration below. The maximum allowed
input current for the on/off signal is 2.5 mA. The fuse F2 fuse rating and wire gauge shall
be dimensioned for the total switch current.
Power connector (X1)
1
F1
Min: 2x1 mm2 (2xAWG 18)
10 A
2
3
2
Min: 2x1 mm (2xAWG 18)
4
BATTERY
GND
F2
Imax 2.5 mA
5
S1
GND
XX A
Unit A
GND
Unit B
GND
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By connecting the power supply according to the illustration above, the device will automatically
start when the main switch or turnkey is turned on, and shut down when the switch or turnkey is
turned off. While the main switch is in the ON position, the computer can also be turned off and on
with the On/Off-button. The functionality of the ON/OFF signal and On/Off button can be changed
in software (CCAux API).
3.1.1
Precautions
If applicable connect the power supply to the device before any main switch, as per the illustration
above. If this is not possible, ensure that the device is turned off using for example the on/off
button or turnkey functionality before turning off the main switch or in any other way making the
computer powerless.
Sudden power disruptions may cause the device to shut down, potentially causing lost or corrupt
data. If for example the power fluctuates when starting the vehicle engine, the device should be
started after the vehicle engine is running.
Ensure that any application data is saved before turning off the device.
During welding or other service on the machine, all cables to the CCpilot XL4 shall be
disconnected.
3.2 Grounding
Proper grounding minimize electrical emissions which is why maximatecc recommend grounding
CCpilot XL4 properly using as short and wide ground strap as possible.
Attach the ground strap with a screw next to the ground symbol on the backside of the unit. Use a
screw with a maximum length of 10mm using the same procedure as described in mounting.
3.3 Mounting
CCpilot XL4 is preferably mounted on a VESA 75 bracket which allows adjustment of the display’s
position and angle.
To fasten, use the appropriate M6 cap screw of type MC6S (Allen) or MRT (Torx). The enclosure
has blind holes, which give a maximum thread depth in the enclosure of 12.5 mm. The maximum
torque for 8.8 graded screws is 9.8 Nm. Apply a thread locker in all bolt holes, e.g. Loctite 222.
3.4 Environmental considerations

The device shall be placed in a way that prevents the unit from direct exposure to water.

Use caps on any connectors that do not have attached cables.

On the back side of the unit is a GORE-TEX® membrane located, seen as a small hole. This
membrane must never be faced upwards when the unit is mounted. Be cautious not to
insert any object into this hole since it can puncture the GORE-TEX® membrane, leaving
the unit unprotected from moisture and dust intrusion. If the membrane is punctured the
guarantee is void.

To enable sufficient cooling, the device must be installed so that air is able to circulate
around the device, avoid installing the device near hot air vents or the like. There must be
at least 50 mm free distance around the unit.
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
Loose mounting bolts are the most common reason for excessive vibration. Mounting bolts
may become loose due to improper techniques such as missing lock washers, over
tightening or under tightening. Proper tightening requires clean dry bolts, and a torque
wrench.

When CCpilot XL4 or any device is installed in a vehicle environment it is important that
the installation is traffic-safe. maximatecc does not recommend that CCpilot XL4 or its
accessories are used actively by the driver or operator when a risk of injury to people, or
damage to property, is present.
3.5 Cables
Cables shall be installed in such a way that they don’t run any risk of being damaged, pinched or
worn.

Avoid bending and twisting cables

Strain-relief on cables near the connection to the respective unit

Properly screw the connectors to give good contact and avoid unnecessary strain.

Shielded cables is recommended and in some cases necessary to ensure reliable
communication and appliance with industrial EMC standards.
Through adapter cables, as supplied by maximatecc, standard connectors can be connected to the
unit. The installation of these adapter cables should be placed in a protected, moisture-free space
and should be secured as well as strain-relived.
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4 Basic operations
This section covers basic operation of the device such as start-up and shut-down.
4.1 Starting Up
Start CCpilot XL4 by pressing and releasing the On/Off button or using the turnkey functionality of
the On/Off signal in the power connector. The status indication LED will start flashing indicating
that the unit is starting up. For more information see the chapter Connecting to power supply.
4.1.1
Preheating
An internal temperature control prevents the device from starting in to cold or hot temperatures.
When starting the unit in extremely low temperatures, by default -25 °C, preheating is activated to
warm the unit before continuing the start-up sequence. When the internal temperature reaches -25
°C the preheating is deactivated and the unit continues to start up.
Note that preheating consumes energy from the vehicle’s battery. This can result in the vehicle not
starting, after prolonged preheating, due to a discharged battery.
4.2 Turning off
There are several ways to turn off the device and also alternatives to enter suspend mode instead of
completely shutting down the unit.
Suspend is as a faster alternative to shutting down and starting up the unit. In suspend mode the
data remains in RAM memory and the device must be connected to power to maintain its state.
The behaviour of the On/Off button and the On/Off signal through the Power connector can be
adjusted in the CCsettings application and using the CCAux API.
4.2.1
Shutting Down
To ensure that data does not get lost or the flash memory becomes corrupt, it is recommended that
all necessary data shall be saved and all programs closed before the unit is shut down.
There are three ways to turn off the device:

By releasing the power connectors On/Off signal, i.e. using the turn key functionality.

By selecting any of the operating systems shut-down alternatives.

CCpilot XL4 can also be turned off by pressing the On/Off button on the display for four
seconds and then releasing it. The times for the On/Off button can be adjusted in settings
and it can also be disabled so that the unit cannot be shut down using the button, to
prevent turning the computer off accidentally.
When performing any of the above, the device will shut down. The status LED will flash in yellow to
indicate that releasing the On/Off button will result in the unit shutting down.
4.2.2
Suspend to RAM
Suspend to RAM is initiated by:

By releasing the power connectors On/Off signal, i.e. using the turn key functionality.
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By selecting any of the operating systems suspend/sleep alternatives

CCpilot XL4 can also be suspended by a short press on the On/Off button
A user configurable time can be set for how long the unit shall remain in suspend mode before the
unit is completely shut down.
4.2.3
Forced Shut Down
If the device is not responding, a forced shut down can be performed by pressing and hold the
On/Off button until the computer is turned off. The time for the forced shut down is double the
normal shut down time or a minimum of eight seconds, by default eight seconds.
Any information which was not saved will be lost when performing a forced shut down. It is not
recommended to use the forced shut down since it immediately shuts down the computer
regardless of the operating system state.
4.3 Adjusting the screen brightness
Press the respective brightness button to gradually increase or decrease the CCpilot XL4 display
brightness.
The brightness can also be controlled from software, which also allows for automatic adjustment of
the brightness using the light sensor.
4.4 Using the touch screen
The CCpilot XL4 display can be equipped with touch functionality which gives the opportunity to
provide a very easy-to-use HMI (Human Machine Interface) for the user.
4.4.1
Double and right click on the touch screen
Double click is performed similar to using an external pointing device. Tap the screen twice in the
same place.
Tap and hold the on the touch screen to perform the equivalent to a right click.
4.5 Status LED indicators
The status LED indicator on the device indicates different device states using colours and flashing
patterns. The LED behaviour can be controlled both by the operating system and by the
applications executing on the device.
4.6 Clock back-up battery
Time and date information on is stored in a memory sustained by a back-up battery. This battery
has a limited life time and must therefore be exchanged at regular intervals. The life time of the
battery is approximately 10 years.
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5 Interface overview
This section describes the interfaces on the deviceStorage memory
A CFast (faster variant of CompactFlash) memory is used for data storage. This makes the device
robust to vibrations which would be a problem when using rotating hard discs.
The CFast module is industrial grade classified has both static and dynamic wear levelling to
prevent a premature aging and to ensure the longest lifetime of the CFast, still it has a limited
number of write cycles. It is recommended that the amount of writing to storage is limited within
the application. Rather keep information in RAM memory and write larger blocks at one time
instead of frequently writing smaller pieces.
5.1 Light sensor
A light sensor is placed in the front of the CCpilot XL4. Using this sensor, ambient light levels can
be measured and used for example by software to automatically adjust the screen brightness. The
device software as a built-in option for this.
5.2 Buzzer
Two buzzers that can be used for user notifications are placed in the front and back of the CCpilot
XL4. The buzzers are application controllable with adjustable volume and frequency.
5.3 Video
The device has a total of four video inputs, divided on two connectors, for attachment of video
sources such as rear view or surveillance cameras, or for taking and storing snap shot images. It
supports PAL as well as NTSC.
Two video feeds can simultaneously be displayed in separate areas of the screen.
Each of the four channels have an on/off application controllable output voltage. The output
voltage is 12VDC and has a current limit to 250 mA at 12 VDC or 1 A total.
The cable which is used to connect the camera to the device shall be a 75-Ω coaxial cable, e.g.
M17/94-RG179. Shielded cables shall be used to ensure reliable communication and EMC
immunity.
5.4 CAN
The device has two CAN interfaces according to CAN ISO 11898 2.0B. To avoid interference caused
by EMC the max speed should be limited to 250 Kbit/s. Using higher bit rates requires adapted
filtering, available as an optional adaption, and shielded cables.
A CAN supply output is available with a maximum total supply current of 2 A. The output voltage
will be the same as the unit supply voltage. The CAN supply output is application on/off
controllable.
The CAN channels are over current and short circuit protected. The CAN connectors follow the
CANopen standard.
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5.5 USB
USB ports enable connection of a multitude of devices to the CCpilot XL4 device. The USB ports
follow the USB 2.0 standard. USB data signal integrity cannot be guaranteed with higher speeds
than full-speed USB (12 Mbps). Though, hi-speed operation is supported by the USB host
controller.
The USB ports can supply up to 500 mA each. The USB ports are internal over current and short
circuit protected.
5.6 Ethernet
The CCpilot XL4 has one Ethernet connection, fully compatible with the 10BASE-T and 100BASETX standards and galvanic isolated (500 VAC or 707 VDC). Shielded cables shall be used to ensure
reliable communication and EMC immunity.
Be aware that connecting the device to a network environment can impose a security threat.
5.7 Serial port
The serial port follows the RS232 standard but with a limited set of signals, listed in the connector’s
description. The supported communication speed for these ports is 2.4 to 115.2 kbps.
To comply with industrial EMC standards EN 61000-6-2 the COM cable must be shielded.
5.8 Digital inputs
There are four digital inputs available on the device.
The digital input trip level is half the input voltage and the voltage level follows the input voltage to
the unit. They are internally pulled up by 5 kOhm to input Voltage.
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6 Connectors
All connectors are accessible from the rear of the unit. The connectors are marked with an X and a
number as well as a short descriptive text, e.g. X1 USB 1.
In order to give the CCpilot XL4 its high environmental classification, the unit is equipped with
DIN M12 connectors. maximatecc provides adapter cables which convert from DIN M12 to
standard connectors.
Use caution and avoid plugging/unplugging of connectors when the computer is on.
Always replace a damaged cable. If the pins become bent or damaged they may not function
correctly, or in the worst case, the on-board computer or other equipment may be damaged.
6.1 Connector layout
Notice that the connector descriptions are those which are located on the unit, not those that the
attached cables shall have in order to mate with them.
X1 - Power Supply Connector
Pin #
1
2
3
4
5
Default signal
+10…+30 VDC, 2A max.
+10…+30 VDC, 2A max.
GND
GND
ON/OFF
Comments
Main Power Input
Main Power Input
Main Ground Input
Main Ground Input
ON/OFF input signal
DIN M12 x 1
male, 5-pole,
B-coded
Rotation 180º
Comments
Connected to chassis
ground
DIN M12 x 1
female, 5-pole,
A-coded
Rotation 180º
X2, X3 - CAN Connector
Pin #
1
Default signal
CAN Shield
2
3
4
5
Housing
V+
CAN_GND
CANH
CANL
CAN shield
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X4 - Ethernet Connector
Pin #
1
2
3
4
Housing
Comments
DIN M12 x 1
female, 4-pole,
D-coded
Rotation 180º
Comments
5 Volt
M12 Speedcon
x1
female, 5-pole,
Mini-B USB
Comments
12V, max 200mA
DIN M12 x 1
female, 4-pole,
A-coded
Default signal
Comments
DIG 1
DIG 2
DIG GND
DIG GND
DIG GND
DIG GND
DIG 3
DIG 4
Digital input
Digital input
Digital GND
Digital GND
Digital GND
Digital GND
Digital input
Digital input
DIN M12 x 1
female, 8-pole,
A-coded
Rotation 180º
Default signal
Tx+
Rx+
TxRxShield
X5, X6, X7, X12, X13, X14 - USB Connector
Pin #
1
2
3
4
5
Housing
Default signal
Vbus out
DD+
NC
GND
Shield
X8 – Fan connector
Pin #
1
2
3
4
Default signal
V+
GND
FAN RPM PWM Ctrl
Tachometer
X9 – I/O Connector
Pin #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Housing
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X10, X11 - Analogue Video Connector
Pin #
Default signal
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Housing
Signal 1 GND
Signal 1 in
V 1 out
V 1 GND
V 2 GND
Signal 2 GND
Signal 2 in
V 2 out
Shield
Comments
DIN M12 x 1
female, 8-pole,
A-coded
Rotation 180º
Comments
Shared power source
from V1 and V2 in X10
and X11.
DIN M12 x 1
male, 8-pole,
A-coded
Rotation 180º
X15 - Serial Port Connector
Pin #
Default signal
1
+12V1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Housing
RxD
TxD
NC
GND
NC
RTS
CTS
Shield
1
+12V applies to C000132-66 from revision 4.4. Other variants are NC.
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7 Specifications
The specification may vary depending on your computer configuration.
7.1 Standard models connectivity level
Interface / Feature
CAN bus
USB Host
Ethernet port
RS232 Serial Port
Video in
Digital In
FAN out
CCpilot XL4
2
6
1
1
4
4
1
7.2 Technical data
Kernel
Processor
Data storage
RAM memory
Graphics
Interfaces
CAN
Type
Driver
Baud Rate
USB
Type
Speed
Host port
Ethernet
Type
Isolation voltage
Serial
Type
Max speed
Present signals
Video In
Supported signal type
Power control
Output Voltage
Output Current
Protection
2
Intel® Core™ i7-3517UE 2x1.7GHz
32 GB, Industrial grade CFast
4 GB, DDR3-1600
Intel® QM77
CAN ISO 11898-2, 2.0B, (High Speed CAN)
MAX13053ESA
Configurable 20 – 250 kbit/s, optional up to 1 Mbit/s2
Host, V 2.0
Full speed, 12 Mbit/s
5 V, max 500 mA, over current and short circuit protected
According to 10BASE-T and 100BASE-TX standards
500 VAC / 707 VDC
RS232
Up to 115 200 baud
Rx, Tx, RTS, CTS, GND
Composite video signal, PAL and NTSC
Application controllable, shared supply source and protection
12 VDC
250 mA@12 VDC / channel or 1 A total
Short circuit protected
To avoid interference caused by EMC the max speed should be limited to 250 Kbit/s. Using higher bit rates
requires adapted filtering, available as an optional adaption, and shielded cables.
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HMI
Status LED
Software
Operating system
Additional software
Display
12.1”
Type
Resolution
Colour depth
Backlight
Power Supply
Supply Voltage
Power Consumption
Tricolor led status indicator with configurable behaviour
Windows 7
CCsettings, CCvideo. API’s are available to access settings, video
and other equipment from software
TFT, 4:3, anti-glare coated
XGA,1024 x 768
24 bit
LED, 400 cd/m2
12 or 24 V nominal
< 2 A at 24 V without load.
10A fuse recommended as current consumption
depends on input voltage and load
7.3 Environmental tolerance
Environmental Test
Dry Heat
Standard
IEC 60068-2-2
Damp Heat
IEC 60068-2-30
Cold
IEC 60068-2-1
Change of temperature
IEC 60068-2-14
Vibration
Shock
EMC Electrical Transient
IEC 60068-2-64
IEC 60068-2-29
ISO 7637-2
EMC Immunity, ESD
EMC Immunity, RF 1)
ISO/TR 10605
ISO 11452-2
ISO 11452-4
EMC Emission
ISO 14982
Enclosure
EN 60529
Operating: +70°C, 24h
Storage: +85°C, 24h
Operation: +25°C / +55°C
>93% RH 6*24h
Operating: -25°C, 24h
Storage: -40°C, 24h
-25°C to +30°C, 5C/min
3hr hold time, 20 cycles
0,01 g2/Hz 5-200 Hz 3x1h
5 g / 11ms 3x ±1000 bumps
Pulse 1: -50V
2: +25V
3a: -35V
3b: +35V
4: -5V
5: +70V
8 kV air, 6 kV contact
RF electromagnetic field
200-1000MHz 30V/m
Bulk Current Injection
20-200MHz 60mA
Radiated Nar.b.
Bro.b.
MHz
dBµV/m
dBµV/m
30-75
54-44
64-54
75-400
44-55
54-65
400-1000
55
65
IP54
1) Require shielded cables for Ethernet, USB and Video.
The tests are performed with 24 V power level. The environmental tolerance may be affected by
external factors like mounting and shielded cables etc.
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7.3.1
FCC Notice to Users
Users are not permitted to make changes or modify the device in any way. Changes or
modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
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7.4 Weight and dimensions
7.4.1
CCpilot XL4 12”
Enclosure size
Weight
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Description
316 x 251 x 85 mm (W x H x D)
3,44 Kg
CCpilot XL4 - Technical Manual
Date: Feb 19, 16
8 Technical Support
Contact your reseller or supplier for help with possible problems with your device. In order to get
the best help, you should have your device in front of you and be prepared with the following
information before you contact support.

Part number and serial number of the unit, which you find on the brand label

Date of purchase, which is found on the invoice

The conditions and circumstances under which the problem arises

Status LED indicator flash patterns.

Possible error messages which are shown.

Operating system type and its version number.

The device log files (if possible)

Prepare a system report on the device, from within CCsettings (if possible).

Information regarding possible external equipment which is connected to the device.
Additional sources of information and support contact is also available via the maximatecc support
site.
http://support.maximatecc.com
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CCpilot XL4 - Technical Manual
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9 Trade Mark, etc.
© 2014 maximatecc
All trademarks sighted in this document are the property of their respective owners.
CCpilot is a trademark which is the property of maximatecc AB.
Intel is a registered trademark which is the property of Intel Corporation in the USA and/or other
countries. Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds. Microsoft and Windows are registered
trademarks which belong to Microsoft Corporation in the USA and/or other countries.
maximatecc is not responsible for editing errors, technical errors or for material which has been
omitted in this document. maximatecc is not responsible for unintentional damage or for damage
which occurs as a result of supplying, handling or using of this material including the devices and
software referred to herein. The information in this handbook is supplied without any guarantees
and can change without prior notification.
For maximatecc licensed software, maximatecc grants you a license, to under maximatecc
intellectual property rights, to use, reproduce, distribute, market and sell the software, only as a
part of or integrated within, the devices for which this documentation concerns. Any other usage,
such as, but not limited to, reproduction, distribution, marketing, sales and reverse engineer of this
documentation, licensed software source code or any other affiliated material may not be
performed without written consent of maximatecc.
maximatecc respects the intellectual property of others, and we ask our users to do the same.
Where software based on maximatecc software or products is distributed, the software may only
be distributed in accordance with the terms and conditions provided by the reproduced licensors.
For end-user license agreements (EULAs), copyright notices, conditions, and disclaimers,
regarding certain third-party components used in the device, refer to the copyright notices
documentation.
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Date: Feb 19, 16
10 Index
A
Adapter cables...................................................14
Analogue Video Connector ............................16
B
Back side ................................................................6
Basic operations .................................................10
Battery ....................................................... 7, 10, 11
Brightness .............................................................11
Buzzer ....................................................................12
C
Cable installation..................................................9
Calibration of touchscreen ..............................11
CAN ......................................................................12
CAN Connector ..................................................14
Care ........................................................................4
CFast .....................................................................12
Cleaning ................................................................5
Connectors ..........................................................14
Contact support .................................................21
D
Device overview...................................................6
Digital inputs ........................................................13
Dimensions ...........................................................20
Display ....................................................................6
Double click.........................................................11
E
Enclosure size 12 .................................................20
Environmental test ..............................................18
Environmental tolerance ..................................18
Environmental Tolerance ....................................5
Ethernet ................................................................13
Ethernet Connector ...........................................15
External interface description ..........................14
F
Fan Connector....................................................15
Forced shut down ..............................................11
Front ........................................................................6
Fuse .................................................................. 7, 10
G
GoreTex ..................................................................8
Grounding..............................................................8
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H
Hook up of Power supply ............................. 7, 10
I
I/O Connector.....................................................15
Indicators .............................................................11
Inputs ....................................................................14
Installation ..............................................................7
Installing cables ....................................................9
Introduction ...........................................................4
L
LED.........................................................................11
Light sensor ..........................................................12
M
Maintenance ........................................................5
Memory ................................................................12
N
NTSC ......................................................................12
O
ON/OFF............................................................ 7, 10
Outputs .................................................................14
P
PAL ........................................................................12
Pins ........................................................................14
Ports.......................................................................14
Power Supply Connector ..................................14
Power supply installation .............................. 7, 10
Preheating ...........................................................10
Push-buttons ........................................................11
R
Rear .........................................................................6
Right click .............................................................11
RS232 .....................................................................13
S
Serial......................................................................13
Serial Port Connector .........................................16
Shutting down .....................................................10
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Specification .......................................................17
Standard models ................................................17
Starting Up ...........................................................10
Storage .................................................................12
Support .................................................................21
Suspend................................................................10
T
Technical data....................................................17
Technical Support ..............................................21
Test standards .......................................................5
Thread depth ........................................................8
Torque .....................................................................8
Touch screen .......................................................11
Trade Mark ...........................................................22
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Turning off ............................................................10
Turning on ............................................................10
U
USB .........................................................................13
USB Connector ....................................................15
V,W
Warming ...............................................................10
Vehicle´s fuse ................................................. 7, 10
Weight ..................................................................20
Video ....................................................................12
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