User Manual
TREK-688
In-Vehicle Computing Box for
Fleet management & In-vehicle
surveillance
Copyright
The documentation and the software included with this product are copyrighted 2016
by Advantech Co., Ltd. All rights are reserved. Advantech Co., Ltd. reserves the right
to make improvements in the products described in this manual at any time without
notice. No part of this manual may be reproduced, copied, translated or transmitted
in any form or by any means without the prior written permission of Advantech Co.,
Ltd. Information provided in this manual is intended to be accurate and reliable. However, Advantech Co., Ltd. assumes no responsibility for its use, nor for any infringements of the rights of third parties, which may result from its use.
Acknowledgements
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All other product names or trademarks are properties of their respective owners.
Product Warranty (2 years)
Advantech warrants to you, the original purchaser, that each of its products will be
free from defects in materials and workmanship for two years from the date of purchase.
This warranty does not apply to any products which have been repaired or altered by
persons other than repair personnel authorized by Advantech, or which have been
subject to misuse, abuse, accident or improper installation. Advantech assumes no
liability under the terms of this warranty as a consequence of such events.
Because of Advantech’s high quality-control standards and rigorous testing, most of
our customers never need to use our repair service. If an Advantech product is defective, it will be repaired or replaced at no charge during the warranty period. For outof-warranty repairs, you will be billed according to the cost of replacement materials,
service time and freight. Please consult your dealer for more details.
If you think you have a defective product, follow these steps:
1. Collect all the information about the problem encountered. (For example, CPU
speed, Advantech products used, other hardware and software used, etc.) Note
anything abnormal and list any onscreen messages you get when the problem
occurs.
2. Call your dealer and describe the problem. Please have your manual, product,
and any helpful information readily available.
3. If your product is diagnosed as defective, obtain an RMA (return merchandize
authorization) number from your dealer. This allows us to process your return
more quickly.
4. Carefully pack the defective product, a fully-completed Repair and Replacement
Order Card and a photocopy proof of purchase date (such as your sales receipt)
in a shippable container. A product returned without proof of the purchase date
is not eligible for warranty service.
5. Write the RMA number visibly on the outside of the package and ship it prepaid
to your dealer.
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Part No. 2008T68800
Edition 1
Printed in Taiwan
June 2016
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Declaration of Conformity
CE
This product has passed the CE test for environmental specifications. Test conditions
for passing included the equipment being operated within an industrial enclosure. In
order to protect the product from being damaged by ESD (Electrostatic Discharge)
and EMI leakage, we strongly recommend the use of CE-compliant industrial enclosure products.
FCC Class B
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class
B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
 Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
 Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
 Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
 Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
FCC Caution
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
FCC RF Radiation Exposure Statement :
1.
This Transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any
other antenna or transmitter.
2. This equipment complies with FCC RF radiation exposure limits set forth for an
uncontrolled environment.
This equipment should be installed and operated with a minimum distance of 20 centimeters between the radiator and your body. According to FCC 15.407(e), the device
is intended to operate in the frequency band of 5.15GHz to 5.25GHz under all conditions of normal operation. Normal operation of this device is restricted to indoor used
only to reduce any potential for harmful interference to co-channel MSS operations.
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Technical Support and Assistance
1.
2.
Visit the Advantech web site at http://support.advantech.com where you can find
the latest information about the product.
Contact your distributor, sales representative, or Advantech's customer service
center for technical support if you need additional assistance. Please have the
following information ready before you call:
– Product name and serial number
– Description of your peripheral attachments
– Description of your software (operating system, version, application software,
etc.)
– A complete description of the problem
– The exact wording of any error messages
Warnings, Cautions and Notes
Warning! Warnings indicate conditions, which if not observed, can cause personal
injury!
Caution! Cautions are included to help you avoid damaging hardware or losing
data. e.g.
There is a danger of a new battery exploding if it is incorrectly installed.
Do not attempt to recharge, force open, or heat the battery. Replace the
battery only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Discard used batteries according to the manufacturer's
instructions.
Note!
Notes provide optional additional information.
Document Feedback
To assist us in making improvements to this manual, we would welcome comments
and constructive criticism. Please send all such - in writing to: support@advantech.com
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Packing List
Before setting up the system, check that the items listed below are included and in
good condition. If any item does not accord with the table, please contact your dealer
immediately.
Part number
Description
Q`ty
TREK-688 Computing Box
1
1750007927-01
2 in 1 (WWAN+GPS) Antenna
1
1750007928-01
WWAN Antenna
1
1750007564-01
WiFi + BT(2.4/5GHz) Antenna
1
1700023051-01
VIO Cable
1
1700023050-01
GIO Cable
1
1700022702-01
Video Cable
2
1700019031
Power cable (2M)
1
1700020123
USB Cable
1
9680001742
HDD/SSD Tray key lock
1
Ordering Information
P/N
Description
TREK-688-7LWB7PA0E
i7-4650U/LTE/HSPA+(EU)/GPS/WLAN/BT/SSD/Win7Pro
TREK-688-7LWB7PB0E
i7-4650U/LTE/HSPA+(US)/GPS/WLAN/BT/SSD/Win7Pro
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Safety Instructions
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15.
Read these safety instructions carefully.
Keep this User Manual for later reference.
Disconnect this equipment from any AC outlet before cleaning. Use a damp
cloth. Do not use liquid or spray detergents for cleaning.
For plug-in equipment, the power outlet socket must be located near the equipment and must be easily accessible.
Keep this equipment away from humidity.
Put this equipment on a reliable surface during installation. Dropping it or letting
it fall may cause damage.
Do not leave this equipment in an environment unconditioned where the storage
temperature under -40° C (-40° F) or above 80° C (176° F), it may damage the
equipment. Operating temperature: -30~50° C
The openings on the enclosure are for air convection. Protect the equipment
from overheating. DO NOT COVER THE OPENINGS.
Make sure the voltage of the power source is correct before connecting the
equipment to the power outlet.
Position the power cord so that people cannot step on it. Do not place anything
over the power cord.The voltage and current rating of the cord should be greater
than the voltage and current rating marked on the product.
All cautions and warnings on the equipment should be noted.
If the equipment is not used for a long time, disconnect it from the power source
to avoid damage by transient overvoltage.
Never pour any liquid into an opening. This may cause fire or electrical shock.
Never open the equipment. For safety reasons, the equipment should be
opened only by qualified service personnel.
If one of the following situations arises, get the equipment checked by service
personnel:
 The power cord or plug is damaged.
 Liquid has penetrated into the equipment.
 The equipment has been exposed to moisture.
 The equipment does not work well, or you cannot get it to work according to
the user's manual.
 The equipment has been dropped and damaged.
 The equipment has obvious signs of breakage.
16. CAUTION: The computer is provided with a battery-powered real-time clock circuit. There is a danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace
only with same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacture. Discard
used batteries according to the manufacturers instructions.
17. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
18. CAUTION: Always completely disconnect the power cord from your chassis
whenever you work with the hardware. Do not make connections while the
power is on. Sensitive electronic components can be damaged by sudden
power surges.
19. CAUTION: Always ground yourself to remove any static charge before touching
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the motherboard, backplane, or add-on cards. Modern electronic devices are
very sensitive to static electric charges. As a safety precaution, use a grounding
wrist strap at all times. Place all electronic components on a static-dissipative
surface or in a static-shielded bag when they are not in the chassis.
20. CAUTION: Any unverified component could cause unexpected damage. To
ensure the correct installation, please always use the components (ex. screws)
provided with the accessory box.
21. CAUTION: To avoid any possible accident, please following instructions to operate this unit.
22. CAUTION: Only the qualified engineer by Advantech Co.,Ltd can perform the
installation in a vehicle. Improper installation can injure the operator or damage
the vehicle and/or TREK-688 computer system.
 Follow the installation as below to avoid overloading the circuit after adding this
device.
 Follow the instructions below to properly install the TREK-688 computing system in a vehicle.
 Determine the best location for mounting the unit taking into consideration the
driver`s field of view and ease of accessing the unit. (Only install this unit in the
car passenger compartment. Suggested locations are next to driver`s seat or
located on center console.)
 Connect the vehicle computer to the vehicle`s wiring system as below.
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Routing Electrical Cables
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Establish a near route for the cable, staying clear of moving parts or hot surfaces whenever possible.
Fix the cable to existing cable runs inside the vehicle using cable ties, but make
sure they are away from any moving or hot surfaces.
When the cabling must go through a panel, use a suitable cable gland.
Ensure the cable does not have tight bends. The minimum recommended
radius is 2.5”.
Ensure cables do not swing or chafe on the structure.
DO NOT wind a cable in and out of the mesh on a cage.
Ensure that all fuses installed as instruction. 32 Volt is suitable for unit.
All power wiring must use the supplied power cable comply with intended applications of SAE with suitable ratings of electrical, temperature, exposure and
flammability.
Fuses: UL LISTED Fuse for Automobile use.
– A 10 amp.
Keep the path between the battery and the vehicle computer as short as possible and away from any part of the ignition high tension system.
A 10 amp. If your car exhibits electrical problems, the fuse may blow and shut
the system down to protect it from damage. Once the problem is rectified,
replace the blown fuse and the system should again be operational.
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Connecting the Power Cable
1.
2.
Disconnect the vehicle battery.
Connect the green wire to the vehicle`s negative power source.
Note!
3.
4.
5.
6.
See the vehicle Owner`s Manual for specific wiring information.
Connect the red wire of Fuse Box in passenger compartment to vehicle`s positive power source. Connect the black wire to the vehicle`s negative power
source. Then Fuse Box secured to connector. Insert the female connector of
Fuse Box to the male connector of TREK-688 vehicle system. Connect the
Orange wire to the vehicle`s ignition switch.
Ensure the wiring connections created are sufficiently insulated from each other.
Re-connect the vehicle battery.
Insert the power cable connector into TREK-688 computing system power port.
Align the keyway on the power connector with the notch on the vehicle computer`s power port.
Caution! Do not open the cover on the front side as illustration as below before
turning off the power.
Safety Precaution - Static Electricity
Follow these simple precautions to protect yourself from harm and the products from
damage.
 To avoid electrical shock, always disconnect the power from your system chassis before you work on it. Don't touch any components on the main board or
other cards while the system is on.
 Disconnect power before making any configuration changes. The sudden rush
of power as you connect a jumper or install a card may damage sensitive electronic components.
Warning! This product is intended to be supplied by a Listed DC power source,
rated 9~32Vdc, 7A minimum and Tma 55 degree C, if need further
assistance with purchasing the DC power source, please contact
Advantech for further information.
1. Input voltage rated: 9 ~ 36 Vdc.
2. Transport: carry the unit with both hands and handle with care.
3. Maintenance: to properly maintain and clean the surfaces, use only
approved products or clean with a dry applicator.
4. CFast: Turn off the power before inserting or removing CFast storage cards.
5. TREK-303/306 connection does NOT support hot-swap.
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Contents
Chapter
Chapter
1
General Information ............................1
1.1
1.2
1.3
Introduction ............................................................................................... 2
General Specifications .............................................................................. 3
Dimensions ............................................................................................... 5
Figure 1.1 TREK-688 dimensions................................................ 5
2
System Setup .......................................7
2.1
2.5
A Quick Tour of the TREK-688 Computing Box........................................ 8
Figure 2.1 Front view of TREK-688 ............................................. 8
Figure 2.2 Rear view of TREK-688.............................................. 8
2.1.1 Installing CFast Card & SIM card.................................................. 8
Figure 2.3 Installing CFast card & SIM card ................................ 8
2.1.2 Installing Storage .......................................................................... 9
Installation Procedures............................................................................ 10
2.2.1 Connecting the Power Cord........................................................ 10
Table 2.1: Pin Definition of Power Cord .................................... 10
2.2.2 Power Connector (12/24V; 9 ~ 32V) ........................................... 10
Figure 2.4 Power connector outlook .......................................... 10
Table 2.2: Power Connector...................................................... 10
2.2.3 Power on..................................................................................... 10
Running the BIOS Setup Program .......................................................... 11
Connect Vehicle Smart Display............................................................... 11
2.4.1 LCD Type modification................................................................ 11
MRM SDK & Video SDK ......................................................................... 13
3
Software Demo Utility Setup ............15
3.1
3.2
Introduction ............................................................................................. 16
IVCP Demonstration ............................................................................... 16
3.2.1 Information .................................................................................. 16
3.2.2 Mode Control .............................................................................. 17
3.2.3 Low Voltage Protection ............................................................... 18
3.2.4 Event Delay................................................................................. 19
3.2.5 Alarm........................................................................................... 22
3.2.6 Watchdog.................................................................................... 23
3.2.7 G-Sensor..................................................................................... 24
3.2.8 Peripheral.................................................................................... 25
3.2.9 Storage ....................................................................................... 26
3.2.10 Digital I/O .................................................................................... 27
3.2.11 P-Sensor ..................................................................................... 28
VCIL Demonstration................................................................................ 29
3.3.1 Port selection .............................................................................. 29
3.3.2 Information .................................................................................. 30
3.3.3 Option ........................................................................................ 30
3.3.4 CAN / J1939 / OBD2 / J1708 / J1587 ......................................... 31
Smart Display Demonstration ................................................................. 33
3.4.1 Information .................................................................................. 33
3.4.2 Backlight ..................................................................................... 34
3.4.3 Hot key........................................................................................ 34
3.4.4 Peripheral.................................................................................... 35
GPS Demonstration ................................................................................ 36
3.5.1 Port selection .............................................................................. 36
2.2
2.3
2.4
Chapter
3.3
3.4
3.5
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3.5.2
3.5.3
Information.................................................................................. 37
NEMA ......................................................................................... 37
Appendix A
TREK-303 ........................................... 39
A.1
TREK-303 Specifications ........................................................................ 40
Table A.1: TREK-303 Specification ........................................... 40
Table A.2: Smart Display Connector ......................................... 41
Figure A.1 Hotkey utility ............................................................. 43
Appendix B
TREK-306 ........................................... 45
B.1
TREK-306 Specifications ........................................................................ 46
Table B.1: TREK-306DH Product Specification......................... 46
A Quick Tour of the System .................................................................... 47
Figure B.1 Front View of TREK-306DH ..................................... 48
Figure B.2 Rear View of TREK-306DH...................................... 48
Figure B.3 Side View of TREK-306DH ...................................... 49
Smart Display Connector ........................................................................ 50
Table B.2: Pin assignment for Smart Display Ports................... 50
Demo Utility for TREK-306DH ................................................................ 51
Figure B.4 IMC Demo Utility ...................................................... 51
Figure B.9 Hotkey Utility ............................................................ 52
B.2
B.3
B.4
Chapter
C
Indicators and Connectors Pin
Assignment Introduction53
C.1
Setting Switches ..................................................................................... 54
C.1.1 Switches List............................................................................... 54
C.1.2 Switches Location....................................................................... 54
C.1.3 Switches setting.......................................................................... 54
LED Indicator .......................................................................................... 55
I/O Connectors Pin Assignment.............................................................. 56
C.3.1 Power Connector (12/24V; 9 ~ 32V)........................................... 56
Figure C.1 Power connector outlook.......................................... 56
Table C.1: Power Connector...................................................... 56
Table C.2: Power M12 JACK Cable Pin Depiction .................... 57
C.3.2 HDMI Connector ......................................................................... 57
Table C.3: Table HDMI Connector Pin Assignment.................. 57
C.3.3 Smart Display Connector............................................................ 58
Table C.4: Smart Display Connector ......................................... 58
C.3.4 USB Connector (Rear side) ........................................................ 59
Table C.5: USB Connector ........................................................ 59
C.3.5 USB Connector (Front side) ....................................................... 60
Table C.6: USB Connector ........................................................ 60
C.3.6 VGA & RS-232 Connector .......................................................... 60
Table C.7: VGA Connector ........................................................ 60
Table C.8: RS-232 Connector.................................................... 61
C.3.7 Video Input Connector ................................................................ 61
Table C.9: Video Input Connector 1........................................... 61
Table C.10:Video Input Connector 2 .......................................... 62
Table C.11:Video Input Cable Connector Pin Depiction............. 63
C.3.8 VI/O Connector ........................................................................... 63
Table C.12:VIO Connector Pin Assignment ............................... 63
Table C.13:DB15 Cable Connector Pin Depiction ...................... 64
C.3.9 Generic I/O Connector................................................................ 65
Table C.14:GIO Connector Pin Assignment ............................... 65
C.2
C.3
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Table C.15:GIO Table -1: Cable Pin Depiction ........................... 66
Table C.16:GIO Table -2: Cable Pin Depiction ........................... 66
C.3.10 LAN Connector ........................................................................... 67
Table C.17:LAN Connector Pin Assignment............................... 67
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Chapter
1
1
General Information
This chapter gives background
information on the TREK-688 Premium In- Vehicle Computing Box.
Sections include:
 Introduction
 General Specifications
 Dimensions
1.1 Introduction
TREK-688 is an industrial-grade, powered by Intel® Haswell 4th generation dual core
CPU computing box designed to provide high quality video surveillance and fleet
management for eBus and BRT( Bus Rapid Transit). It can work in extreme environments with features like the wide working temperature range (-30-55°C) and antishock/vibration to pass MIL-STD-810G and 5M3 standard. Its special power protection surges from impacting the system. Guarding against damage from transient car
power.
TREK-688 combined with variety of I/O connectors can be connected to devices like
TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System), Rear view Camera ( for parking monitoring) and CAN Bus devices. It has dual CAN BUS ports and support several kind of
vehicle protocols (e.g. J1939,OBD-II) for vehicle diagnostics and driver behavior
management. Build-in wireless communication (WWAN, WLAN,BT) enable TREK688 to send import ant driver/vehicle/location/cargo information back to the control
center. Furthermore, TREK-688 also reserved three displays/dual audio interfaces
supporting different resolutions can deliver different applications to different displays;
eg: one application to a fleet driver and another to passenger to IVI and digital signage application.
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Specifications
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Intel® Core™ i7-4650U Dual Core, 2.9GHz (i34010U & i5-4300U by project support)
Memory
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1 x SO-DIMM socket
Up to 8GB DDR3L-1600 Non-ECC memory module;
(Default configuration: 4GB)
Graphic
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Intel HD graphics 4400 1.1GHz
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Stretch S7, support H.264, MJPEG format; Resolution up to D1, 30fps per channel
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Windows 7 pro 32bit as default. WES7, WE8S 32bit
by project support
Linux Fedora 18 Remix (kernel 3.8.0) (32-bit) by
project support
Processor
Core
Video HW Encoder
O.S
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CFast
Storage
mSATA
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1 x mSATA slot, support system boot up
Default configuration: N/A; BOM optional, by project-based
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2 x external accessible 2.5" Mobile HDD/SSD tray
with key-lock protection, support system boot up
(Optional)
Support SATA Gen2 (3Gb/s)
HDD/SSD
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12V/2A power output for TREK-30x
1 x 18-bits LVDS (Resolution : 800x480 (TREK303), 1024 x768 (TREK-306); default TREK-306)
1 x Line-Out (*2) (For Speakers on TREK-30x)
2 x UART (TX/RX, TX/RX/RTS) (For T/S, Hot keys,
brightness, light sensor control)
1 x USB 2.0 Type A
1 x PWR Button Signal
1 x Reset Button Signal
HDMI
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1 x HDMI 1.3b (Resolution up to 1920 x 1080)
VGA
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1 x DB15 (Resolution up to 2560 x 1600)
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Smart Display Port
Display
1 x external accessible CFast slot with cover, support system boot up
Default configuration: 16GB, SLC SQFlash CFast
card
(*1)
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Key features
 Intel® Haswell Core™ i7 Dual core high performance processor for multitasking.
 Embedded video encoder supports up to 126 analog video inputs up to D1,
30fps resolution and 8 audio inputs
 Dual external HDD/SSD tray with key-lock protection.
 Easily paired with TREK in-vehicle smart displays via a single-cable connection.
 Intelligent vehicle power management system for ignition on/off/delay and
power protection functions.
 Vehicle diagnostic interface with configurable dual CAN(J1939,OBD-II/ISO
15765) and J1708 (J1587).
 Built-in LTE/GNSS/WLAN/BT (with dual SIM cards) modules.
 Advanced Shock & anti-vibration certified by MIL-STD-810G, EN60721-3(5M3)
 Rich management & video SDK , test utility for customer evaluating.
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1.2 General Specifications
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Vehicle I/O Port
Generic I/O Port
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I/O
Standard I/O Port
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Video / Audio input
(AV1 & AV2, via dual
DVI-I connector)
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Reset Button
WLAN + Bluetooth
Antenna
Voltage input
Power
Intelligent Vehicle
Power
Management
(iVPM 2.0)
Dimensions
Mechanical (W x H x D)
Weight
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16-ch Video inputs, Video Compression: support
H.264, MJPEG format; Resolution up to D1, 30fps
per channel, total 480fps.
8-ch mono Audio inputs, Audio Compression: G.711
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Via TREK-30x (In-Vehicle Smart Display); System is
powered on by Ignition in default
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1 x Reset button (Front side)
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IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n + Bluetooth 4.0 combo module
via Full Mini-PCIe Slot
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4G (LTE,HSPA+,GSM/GPRS/EDGE, EV-DO Rev
a1, 1xRTT): Sierra Wireless MC73xx via Full MiniPCIe Slot
(Default: MC7354 for US/ MC7304 for EU)
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GNSS
1 x USB 2.0 Type A (Front side)
2 x USB 3.0 Type A (Rear side, with cable clip)
1 x High Speed Full RS-232, DB-9 (Pin 9 = Ring,
12V/5V @ 0.5A is BOM optional by jumper setting)
2 x Giga LAN, with 8-pin M12 connector
6 x LEDs (Power (Red), CFast (Yellow), WLAN
(Green) ,WWAN (Green), GPS (Yellow), Network
connection (Yellow))
WWAN
RF
2 x 4-wire RS-232
4 x Isolated DI (Dry Contact)
4 x Isolated DO (Open collector output, driving by
relay)
1 x Line-Out (*2)
1 x Mic-In
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LED
Power Button
2 x CAN Bus (Support Raw CAN, J1939, OBD-II/
ISO 15765; FW configurable)
1 x J1708 (Support J1587)
1 x 4-wire RS-232/422/485 (Default RS-485, by software setting)
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Build-in u-blox MAX-M8W GPS/Glonass/Beidou
module, support AGPS
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4 x SMA type antenna hole for GPS, WiFI+ BT,
WWAN/LTE MIMO. (*3)
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Supports 12/24 V car power system. (9V ~ 32V wide
DC input, ISO 7637-2 & SAE J1113 compliant.)
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System power on/off/hibernate management (e.g.
Programmable Ignition On/Off Time delay)
Support Wake up Events:
- Alarm (RTC) Wake up.
- Wake up by Call/SMS (by project support).
- Wake up by G-sensor.
System power protection (e.g.Car Battery Low Voltage Protection)
System monitoring and diagnostic
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346 x 92.5 x 196.2 mm
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5.9 kg (with two HDDs)
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4
IP30
Vibration/Shock
MIL-STD-810G, EN60721-3(5M3)
EMC
CE,FCC
Safety
UL/cUL, CB
Vehicle Regulation
E-Mark (E13), SAE J1455 class C, ISO 7637-2, SAE
J1113, EN50155, IEC 60571
RF Regulation
CE (R&TTE), FCC ID
Chapter 1
Environment
IP Rating
Operating Tempera-30° C ~ 55° C
ture
*1: To be paired with TREK-303/306 directly. (Single-cable connection)
*2: Support dual independent audio streams. (i.e. The Line-Out interface in "Smart
Display Port" and "Generic I/O Port" are driven by different Audio codecs.)
*3: The connector type on box side is Female RP-SMA connector. (i.e. Female connector body (outside threads) with a male inner pin contact.)
1.3 Dimensions
Figure 1.1 TREK-688 dimensions
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Storage Temperature -40° C ~ 80° C
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Chapter
2
2
System Setup
This chapter details system setup
on TREK-688.
Sections include:
 A Quick Tour of the Computer
Box
 Installation Procedures
 Running the BIOS Setup Program
2.1 A Quick Tour of the TREK-688 Computing Box
Before starting to set up the In-Vehicle Computing Box, take a moment to become
familiar with the locations and functions of the controls, drives, connectors and ports,
which are illustrated in the figures below.
Figure 2.1 Front view of TREK-688
Figure 2.2 Rear view of TREK-688
2.1.1 Installing CFast Card & SIM card
Remove CFast door screw and can install CFast Card & SIM Card directly. Please
insert SIM Card from SIM1 slot because default priority is SIM1. If you insert to SIM2
slot, you have to modify setting of SDK.
SIM1
SIM2
Figure 2.3 Installing CFast card & SIM card
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Release 2pcs screws of each HDD/SDD Tray and pull out the tray.
2.
Remove 8pcs screws of HDD/SSD tray top cover and take out the HDD/SSD
frame. Insert HDD/SSD into the frame and fix by 4pcs screws.
Fix HDD/SSD tray top cover by 8pcs screws.
3.
Warning! Do not remove the HDD/SSD tray when system running. Power must be
switched off in advance. Take care in order to avoid injury or damage to
the equipment.
Note!
User can just use USB cable to access the HDD/SSD and no need to
uninstall HDD all the time.
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Chapter 2
2.1.2 Installing Storage
2.2 Installation Procedures
2.2.1 Connecting the Power Cord
Connect the three pin waterproof power cord to the DC inlet of the In-Vehicle Computing Box. On the open-wire end, one pin is reserved for positive voltage and is
marked, "+"; one pin is reserved for ground and is marked, "-"; and, one pin is
reserved for the ignition signal with an "ignition" mark.
Note!
Ignition on/off setting: The TREK-688 supports an ignition on/off function
so that you can power on/off the TREK-688 via the ignition signal/voltage and connect the TREK- vehicle ignition switch.
Table 2.1: Pin Definition of Power Cord
Pin
Definition
Color
1
+
Red
2
-
Black
3
Ignition
Orange
2.2.2 Power Connector (12/24V; 9 ~ 32V)
1 2
3
Figure 2.4 Power connector outlook
Table 2.2: Power Connector
Pin
Signal Depiction
1
Ground
2
Power Input (9 ~ 32 VDC)
3
Acc Ignition Input
2.2.3 Power on
After connecting vehicle power cable, when ignition on, the system will power on
automatically.
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2.4 Connect Vehicle Smart Display
TREK-688 default LCD panel type setting is 800x480 18bit, it is suitable for Advantech Vehicle Smart display TREK-303. If you choose another TREK-306 smart display, you have to modify the LCD panel type setting in BIOS.
2.4.1 LCD Type modification
1.
Connect another VGA monitor and get into BIOS setting menu then select Chipset -> System Agent (SA) Configuration.
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In most cases, the computer will have been properly set up and configured by the
dealer or SI prior to delivery. However, it may still be necessary to adjust some of the
computer's BIOS (Basic Input-Output System) setup programs to change the system
configuration data, like the current date and time, or the specific type of hard drive
currently installed.
The setup program is stored in read-only memory (ROM). It can be accessed either
when turning on or resetting the computer, by pressing the "Del" key on the keyboard
immediately after powering up the computer.
The settings that are specified with the setup program are recorded in a special area
of the memory called CMOS RAM. This memory is backed up by a battery so that it
will not be erased when turning off or resetting the system. Whenever the power is
turned on, the system reads the settings stored in CMOS RAM and compares them
to the equipment check conducted during the power on self-test (POST). If an error
occurs, an error message is displayed on screen, and the user is prompted to run the
setup program.
Chapter 2
2.3 Running the BIOS Setup Program
2.
Select Graphics Configuration
3.
Select LCD Control
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Select 1024x768 18bit , then press F4.,
Chapter 2
4.
System Setup
2.5 MRM SDK & Video SDK
Advantech provide MRM SDK and Video SDK for user not only access all the hardware interface and device control but also can monitoring & recording vehicle terminal for management.
Please access below link to download the latest version of MRM SDK and Video
SDK.
http://support.advantech.com.tw/Support/SearchResult.aspx?keyword=TREK688&searchtabs=BIOS,Certificate,Datasheet,Driver,Firmware,Manual,Online%20Tra
ining,Software%20Utility,Utility,FAQ,Installation,Software%20API,Software%20API%20Manual,3D%20Model&select_tab=Software%20API
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Chapter
3
3
Software Demo Utility
Setup
This appendix explains the software demo utility for TREK-688.
Sections include:
 Introduction
 How to Set up Demo Utility
3.1 Introduction
Advantech has developed demo utilities based on Advantech provided SDK APIs to
let user test the functions on TREK-688. This document describes the usage of each
demo utilities and also provide a basic concept of the application development on
TREK-688.
For technical support, contact Advantech application engineers worldwide. For news
updates, please visit our website : www.advantech.com and MRM forum : http://mrmforum.advantech.com/index.aspx
3.2 IVCP Demonstration
The IVCP demonstration application demonstrate the usage of MRM IVCP API which
is a lightweight interface between OS (Operating system) and IVCP (Intelligent Vehicle Co-Processor) allow user to access the status of machine and change machine
behavior such as power management, boot behavior, peripheral control etc.
3.2.1 Information
In this page, the demo application shows the current status and basic information.
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In this page, you can toggle “AT Mode” and “Keep Alive Mode”.
Press “Save Default” to set current settings as default value of VPM (Vehicle Power
Management) controller.
Press “Load Default” to load the default values.
Chapter 3
3.2.2 Mode Control
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3.2.3 Low Voltage Protection
You can enable/disable and set the pre-boot/post-boot low voltage protection threshold in this page.
Press “Get” to get the current threshold value and Press “Set” to set the value.
Press “Save Default” to set current value as default value of VPM controller.
Press “Load Default” to load the stored default values.
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3.2.4.1 Power control mechanism
TREK-688 provides VPM (Vehicle Power Management) features to fulfill specific
requirements. The basic mechanism is shown in the following figure.
Chapter 3
3.2.4 Event Delay
Software Demo Utility Setup
The power of system can be controlled with the following events:
 Ignition ON
The ignition signal can be used to power on or shutdown the system. When the system is in an OFF state and the ignition is turned ON, the VPM controller will countdown a delay period (ON_DELAY). Once it counts to zero, the system will be
powered on.
 Ignition OFF
When the system is powered on and the ignition is turned off, the VPM controller will
countdown a delay period (OFF_EVENT_DELAY). During this period, if the ignition is
switched back to ON, the VPM controller will stop countdown and reset the
OFF_EVENT_DELAY. If OFF_EVENT_DELAY counts to zero, the VPM controller will
trigger an power off event (i.e. power button press). System and applications which
receives this event can do pre-defined tasks, like storing data and preparing to turn
off the system.
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After the event is triggered, VPM controller starts to countdown next delay period
(HARD_OFF_DELAY). If HARD_OFF_DELAY counts to zero, the system power will
be cut off abruptly to avoid unexpected system hang. Aldo, once VPM controller
enter the HARD_OFF_DELAY stage, the process cannot be reversed.
 Low power protection
To avoid draining power, low-power protection is to ensure that there is enough
power to start the machine. When the system is ON, the VPM controller will monitor
the power voltage. If the voltage is lower than the programmable threshold
(LOW_THRESHOLD), the VPM controller will start to countdown a delay
(LOW_DELAY). During the stage of LOW_DELAY countdown, if voltage goes back
above LOW_THRESHOLD, the VPM controller will stop counting down and exit.
If LOW_DELAY counts to zero, the VPM controller will trigger an power off event (i.e.
power button press) and starts to countdown next delay period (LOW_
HARD_DELAY). If LOW_ HARD_DELAY counts to zero, the system power will be cut
off abruptly to avoid draining the power.
3.2.4.2 Demonstration
You can set the delay and hard delay time of the low voltage event and ignition event.
Low Voltage Event
 Delay:
The delay time before VPM trigger a power off event (i.e. power button press).
 Hard Delay:
The delay time counted down after a power off event is triggered. VPM will force
power off the machine if the hard delay time is counted down to zero.
Ignition Event
 On Delay:
The delay time before VPM trigger an power on event (power on the machine).
 Off Delay:
The delay time before VPM trigger an power off event (i.e. power button press).
 Hard Off Delay:
The delay time counted after an power off event is triggered. VPM will force
power off the machine if the hard delay time is counted down to zero.
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Press “Save Default” to set current value as default value.
Press “Load Default” to load the stored default values.
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3.2.5 Alarm
In this page, you can set the time and set alarm wakeup time to VPM controller and
enable/disable the alarm as a system wakeup source.
Press “Save Default” to set current value as default value.
Press “Load Default” to load the stored default values.
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In this page, you can enable/disable the watchdog function and set the count time
(second) for the watchdog to avoid unexpected system hang.
When watchdog is enabled, the VPM controller will start counting down the time set
for watchdog and power off the machine if it is counted to 0. You can press “Trigger”
button while watchdog is counting to reset the count down time and keep it counting.
Press “Save Default” to set current value as default value.
Press “Load Default” to load the stored default values.
Chapter 3
3.2.6 Watchdog
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3.2.7 G-Sensor
In this page, you can enable/disable the G-sensor. Also, you can set G-sensor as a
system wakeup source and set the threshold to trigger system wakeup.
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In this page, you can enable/disable the peripheral functions and set WWAN as system wakeup source.
Chapter 3
3.2.8 Peripheral
Software Demo Utility Setup
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3.2.9 Storage
In this page, you can save/load arbitrary data to the private storage (256 byte) on the
machine.
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In this page, you can monitor the digital input status and enable/disable digital output.
DI1 default is normal digital input and can be set as dedicated reverse signal input.
Chapter 3
3.2.10 Digital I/O
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3.2.11 P-Sensor
In this page, you can monitor the p-sensor status and enable/disable it.
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The VCIL demonstration application demonstrate the usage of MRM VCIL (Vehicle
Communication Interface Layer) API which allow user to access vehicle protocol easily.
3.3.1 Port selection
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When first open VCIL demonstration app, you will see a port selection windows as
following.
Please select the VCIL port path and press Connect button.
VCIL port path in different platforms have different nodes. The common path at Window is COM7.
Chapter 3
3.3 VCIL Demonstration
3.3.2 Information
In this page, the demo application shows the current status and basic information.
3.3.3
Option
In this page, you can the set the protocol for each port.
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To use CAN / J1939 / OBD2 / J1708 / J1587 protocol on each port, please click on
corresponding tab to switch to the page of specific protocol, then you can send/read
message on specific port by setting the detail items.
Chapter 3
3.3.4 CAN / J1939 / OBD2 / J1708 / J1587
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Chapter 3
The smart display demonstration application demonstrate the usage of MRM SDP
API which is a lightweight interface between OS (Operating system) and SDP (Smart
Display Co-Processor) allow user to control the font-end display, backlight setting,
hotkey, peripheral control, etc.
3.4.1 Information
In this page, the demo application shows the current status and basic information.
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3.4 Smart Display Demonstration
3.4.2 Backlight
In this page, you can set the levels for backlight, the brightness for each level and the
current brightness level.
3.4.3 Hot key
In this page, you can monitor the press state of each hot key and set the LED brightness of the hot keys.
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In this page, you can control the status of peripheral devices.
 Speaker
Enable/disable speaker volume.
 Reserve gear
Enable/disable auto switch of display. If enabled, the display will be switched to
camera view if reverse gear detected and switched to LVDS view if reverse gear
absent.
 USB
Enable/disable power of front-end USB port.
Chapter 3
3.4.4 Peripheral
3.5 GPS Demonstration
The GPS demonstration application demonstrate the usage of MRM GPS API which
is a lightweight interface between OS (Operating system) and GPS module allows
user to easily get GPS information.
3.5.1 Port selection
When first open GPS demonstration app, you will see a port selection windows as
following.
Please select the GPS port path and press Connect button. The common path at
Window is COM3.
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In this page, the demo application shows the current GPS status.
1. GPS Status
2. Function demonstration selection
3. Satellite location Information
In this page, the demo application shows the incoming NMEA code. Check ' Save to
file ' to logging the NMEA code to file.
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3.5.3 NEMA
Chapter 3
3.5.2 Information
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Appendix
A
A
TREK-303
This appendix explains the TREK303 detailed information.
A.1 TREK-303 Specifications
Table A.1: TREK-303 Specification
Models
Display
Touchscreen
Front
plane
Backplane
Power
Mechanical
Environment
Note!
TREK-303R-LA0E
TREK-303R-HA0E
Design compatible models Paired with TREK-510
Paired with TREK-550 A2
Resolution (pixel)
480 x 234
800 x 480
Number of colors
262 K (supports 18-bit)
262 K (supports 24-bit)
Pixel pitch
0.107(W) x 0.37 (H)
0.2168(H) x 0.2168 (V)
Brightness (cd/m2)
500 (typical) without
touchscreen
500 (typical) without
touchscreen
View angle (R/L/B/T)
70°/70°/60°/60°
70°/70°/60°/60°
Contrast ratio
300
500
Lamp life (hrs)
10,000 (min)
50,000 (min)
Lamp type
CCFL
LED
Touchscreen
4-wire resistive (GFG 4-wire design reserve)
Speaker
2 watts
Hotkey
Supports 5 hotkeys (user defined)
Brightness control
Light sensing (default), manually controlled by button
(optional)
USB host
x1
Power/wake up button
Yes
Reset button
Yes
DC input
12 V ± 5%
Power Consumption
~ 8 W (Max.)
Mounting
Design compatible with RAM mount Material
Weight
1 kg
Dimensions
244 x 160 x 41 mm
IP rating
IP54 (without I/O connector)
Operating temperature
-30 ~ +70° C
Storage temperature
-40 ~ +80° C
Vibration
MIL-STD-810F, SAE J1455 4.9. 4.2
1.
2.
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front panel as default; it is also defined by button on the front panel
by manual.
The color LCD display
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Pin out for TREK-303 LVDS connector
Table A.2: Smart Display Connector
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
Backlight Enable output #
2
Panel Power Enable output #
3
LVDS Ground
4
Reset Button Input #
5
LVDS Clock +
6
LVDS Clock -
7
LVDS Ground
8
LVDS Ground
9
LVDS Data2 +
10
LVDS Data2 -
11
RS232 TXD1 #
12
RS232 RXD1 #
13
LVDS Data1 +
14
LVDS Data1 -
15
LVDS Ground
16
LVDS Ground
17
LVDS Data0 +
18
LVDS Data0 -
19
USB D-
20
USB D+
21
USB Ground
22
USB Ground
23
+12 VDC output (+/- 5%, max
1A)
24
+12 VDC output (+/- 5%, max
1A)
25
+12 VDC output (+/- 5%, max
1A)
26
+12 VDC output (+/- 5%, max
1A)
27
Power Ground
28
Power Ground
29
Power Ground
30
Power Ground
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RS232 TXD2 #
32
RS232 RXD2 #
33
RS232 RTS2
34
Power Button Input #
35
Audio Ground
36
Mono. Line-out
Pin assignment
P1 1
2
3
4
5 6
7
8
9
10 11 12
13
14 15
16
17
18
P2 1
2
3
4
5 6
7
8
9
10 11 12
13
14 15
16
17
18
Color BrownWhiteGround Brown red white Ground Ground Orange white red
Orange yellow white Ground Ground Green white
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
Blue
white Ground yellow Green Blue
Black
Purple Grey white Black
Brown
TREK-303 Hotkey Utility
Execute IMC demo utility
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black
Orange
red
Black Black Black Black Black
Yellow green blue purple grey
Appendix A TREK-303
Figure A.1 Hotkey utility
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Execute “Hot Key test” program 
Brightness level: You may set panelís brightness from level 0 ~10, total 10 levels, when you finish setting the brightness level you want, please click “Apply”. If
you want to check the current brightness level of TREK-303, please click “Get”.
Duty cycle: You may set every levelís brightness strength, total 10 levels, when
you finish setting the brightness strength for each level, please click “Apply”. If
you want to check the current brightness strength on certain level of TREK-303,
please click “Get”.
Light sensor: When the sensor has detected the change of the brightness in the
environment, the value will change. The lowest level of brightness, the lowest
value it is presented. On the contrary, the highest level of brightness, the highest
value it is presented.
Hotkey: the backlight brightness of hotkeys could be adjusted by setting the
value from 0 ~100.
Key Status: When you press Hot key, the status will change from 0 to 1.
Key function Definition: You may set the parameter to connect the application
program of the hot key.
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Appendix
B
B
TREK-306
This appendix explains the TREK306 detailed information.
B.1 TREK-306 Specifications
Table B.1: TREK-306DH Product Specification
LCD
Touch
screen
Front Plane
Rear I/O
Side I/O
Power
Mechanical
Environment
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Active Area (LCD Size)
210.4 (H) x 157.8 (V) (10.4" diagonal)
Resolution
XGA (1024 x 768)
Video Input
Single channel, 18 bit LVDS
Pixel /Pitch
0.2055 (H) x 0.2055 (V)
Brightness (cd/m 2 )
400 cd/m 2
Viewing Angle (H/V)
178/178
Contrast Ratio
1400:1
Backlight Type
LED
Life (hrs)
50K
Size
10.4" (4:3) format
Type
Five-wire analog resistive
Transparency
80% ± 3%
Hardness
>3H
Durability
Knock test> 35,000,000 times
(Stylus= R0.8,<=50g)
IK Shock-Protection Rate
IK-06 (Resistance against impacts with an
energy up to 1,00 J)
Speaker
Built-in 2 x 2 W waterproof speaker
Hot Keys
5x User-programmable Function keys with
green LED
Light Sensor
1 x Built-in light sensor for auto-dimming
implementation
Smart Display Port
A 36-pin locking type high density connector
to be paired with TREK-5xx/6xx
USB Host
1 x USB 2.0 host.
(Data access from/to TREK computing box)
Power Button
1 x Power button.
(To power on/off TREK computing box)
Reset Button
1 x Reset button.
(To Reset TREK computing box)
DC Input
12V+/- 5%
(supplied by TREK computing box)
Power Consumption
8W (Nominal), 14W (Max.)
Mounting
VESA, RAM Mount (75 x 75 mm)
Material
PC
Weight
1.7Kg
Dimensions (H x W x D)
226 x 303 x 35 mm
Operating Temperature
-30 to 70° C
Storage Temperature
-40 to 80° C
Vibration/Shock
MIL-STD-810G, EN60721-3(5M3), SAEJ1455
Certifications
CE, FCC
IP Rating
IP55 (with I/O Cover)
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B.2 A Quick Tour of the System
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A
C
A. B. Speaker
C. User-defined hotkeys
D
D. Light sensor
E. Reset, power, USB host (side)
Figure B.1 Front View of TREK-306DH
Smart Display Port
Figure B.2 Rear View of TREK-306DH
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Power Button
USB Host
Reset Button
Figure B.3 Side View of TREK-306DH
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B.3 Smart Display Connector
A smart display port is a TREK-specific, high density connector which includes a variety of signal interfaces to achieve the “One-Cable-Connection” between TREK-30x
and TREK computing box.
What interfaces have been embedded in the smart display port are: LVDS, UART,
USB, Power button, Reset button, Audio Line out, 12V DC power, and ground.
Please refer to Table 3.1 for detailed pin assignments of the Smart Display Port connectors.
Table B.2: Pin assignment for Smart Display Ports
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
Backlight Enable output #
2
Panel Power Enable output #
3
LVDS Ground
4
Reset Button Input #
5
LVDS Clock +
6
LVDS Clock -
7
LVDS Ground
8
LVDS Ground
9
LVDS Data2 +
10
LVDS Data2 -
11
RS232 TXD1 #
12
RS232 RXD1 #
13
LVDS Data1 +
14
LVDS Data1 -
15
LVDS Ground
16
LVDS Ground
17
LVDS Data0 +
18
LVDS Data0 -
19
USB D-
20
USB D+
21
USB Ground
22
USB Ground
23
+12 VDC output (+/- 5%, max 1A)
24
+12 VDC output (+/- 5%, max 1A)
25
+12 VDC output (+/- 5%, max 1A)
26
+12 VDC output (+/- 5%, max 1A)
27
Power Ground
28
Power Ground
29
Power Ground
30
Power Ground
31
RS-232 TXD2 #
32
RS-232 RXD2 #
33
RS-232 RTS2
34
Power Button Input #
35
Audio Ground
36
Mono. Line-out
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P1 1
2
3
4
5 6
7
8
9
10 11 12
13
14 15
16
17
18
P2 1
2
3
4
5 6
7
8
9
10 11 12
13
14 15
16
17
18
Color BrownWhiteGround Brown red white Ground Ground Orange white red
Orange yellow white Ground Ground Green white
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
Blue
white Ground yellow Green Blue
Black
Purple Grey white Black
Brown
black
Orange
red
Black Black Black Black Black
Yellow green blue purple grey
B.4 Demo Utility for TREK-306DH
This section explains how to install the Advantech demo utility in Windows XP Pro /
Embedded.
1. Execute IMC demo utility under the imc_demo_vX.X.X.X folder.
Figure B.4 IMC Demo Utility
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Pin assignment
2.
Click on Hot Key, the Hot Key window will appear.
Figure B.9 Hotkey Utility
3.
The steps below guide you how to test the each function on TREK-306DH:
– Brightness level: The panel’s brightness can set from level 0~10, a total of
10 levels. When finished setting the brightness level, click “Apply”. To check
the current brightness level of TREK-306, click “Get”.
– Duty cycle: Brightness strength can be set up to 10 levels. After setting the
brightness strength, click “Apply”. To check the current brightness strength
for a certain level of TREK-306, click “Get”.
– Light sensor: When the sensor has detected a change in brightness in the
environment, the value will change. For the lowest level of brightness, the
lowest value is presented, and the converse is true for the highest level.
– Hotkey: The hotkey backlight brightness can be adjusted by setting the value
from 0 ~100.
– Key status: Hotkey status changes from 0 to 1 by pressing the key.
– Key function definition: Set the parameters to connect to the application
program function of the hot key.
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Appendix
C
C
Indicators and
Connectors Pin
Assignment
Introduction
This chapter explains how to set
up the In-Vehicle Computing Box
hardware, including instructions
on setting and read indicators.
Sections include:
 Setting Switches
 Indicators introduction
 I/O connectors pin assignment
C.1 Setting Switches
It is possible to configure the In-Vehicle Computing Box to match the needs of the
application by resetting the switches.
C.1.1 Switches List
Switches
Description
SW2
MiniPCIe (WWAN) Power Voltage Setup
SW3
MiniPCIe (WWAN) Support WWAN Module Setup
SW6
CAN BUS Termerater (Only for test use)
SW8
MiniPCIe (WWAN) Power Voltage Setup
SW9
MiniPCIe (WWAN) Support WWAN Module Setup
CN15
I/O DB9 PIN 9 select (ON TOP LATOUT)
C.1.2 Switches Location
C.1.3 Switches setting
C.1.3.1 MiniPCIe (WWAN) Power Voltage Setup (SW2)
C.1.3.2 MiniPCIe (WWAN) Support WWAN Module Setup (SW3)
ON
For standard MiniPCIe (for WLAN)
OFF
Support LTE/3.5G Module (for WWAN) (Default)
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ON/ON
Disable (Default)
OFF/OFF
Enable CAN BUS Terminator
C.1.3.4 MiniPCIe (WWAN) Power Voltage Setup (SW8)
C.1.3.5 MiniPCIe (WWAN) Support WWAN Module Setup (SW9)
ON
For standard MiniPCIe (for WLAN) (Default)
OFF
Support LTE/3.5G Module (for WWAN)
C.1.3.6 I/O DB9 PIN9 select (ON TOP LAYOUT) (CN15)
1-2
Ring (Default)
2-3
Power_+12V/0.5A
C.2 LED Indicator
System Reset Button
Force the system to reboot.
Power Activity indi- When the system is in NORMAL mode, this LED will be light
cator LED
up.(Red color)
CFast Activity Indicator LED
The storage activity indicator is a green LED, and flashes to
show the activity of CFast.(Orange color)
The WLAN activity indicator is an orange LED, and flashes to
WLAN Activity Indishow the activity of the WLAN module.(Green color)
cator LED
This LED is controlled directly by the WLAN module.
The WWAN activity indicator is a green LED, and flashes to
WWAN Activity Indishow the activity of the WWAN module.(Green color)
cator LED
This LED is controlled directly by the WWAN module.
The GPS activity indicator is an orange LED, and is used to
GPS Activity Indicashow GPS activity. This LED is controlled directly by the GPS
tor LED
chips.(Orange color)
LAN Activity Indica- The LAN activity indicator is a green LED, and flashes to show
tor LED
the activity of the LAN data transportation. (Green color)
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C.1.3.3 CAN BUS Termination (Only for test use) (SW6)
System power indicator LED
Red LED keep light
Normal mode
System is in NORMAL mode
Red LED flashing
Boot loa
der mode
F/W can be update
C.3 I/O Connectors Pin Assignment
C.3.1 Power Connector (12/24V; 9 ~ 32V)
1 2
3
Figure C.1 Power connector outlook
Table C.1: Power Connector
Pin
Signal Depiction
1
Ground
2
Power Input (9 ~ 32 VDC)
3
Acc Ignition Input
C.3.1.1 Power in Jack Cable
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Table C.2: Power M12 JACK Cable Pin Depiction
PIN
Signal Depiction
Cable /Label
1
Power Ground
■/-
2
Power Input (9 ~ 32 VDC)
■/+
3
Acc Ignition Input
■/IGN
Shield Ground
■/Shield
Fuse Spec: 58V/10A*1
C.3.2 HDMI Connector
Connector type: HDMI Conn. 19P 0.5mm 90D(F) SMD 471511002
Table C.3: Table HDMI Connector Pin Assignment
Pin
Signal Depiction
Pin
Signal Depiction
1
HDMI_DATA2P
11
GND
2
GND
12
HDMI_CLKN
3
HDMI_DATA2N
13
NC
4
HDMI_DATA1P
14
NC
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Connector Type: M12 JACK GT238134-0205Z-JG-01 MALE 5P*1
Table C.3: Table HDMI Connector Pin Assignment
5
GND
15
HDMI_CTRLCLK
6
HDMI_DATA1N
16
HDMI_CTRLDATA
7
HDMI_DATA0P
17
GND
8
GND
18
HDMI_Power(5V)
9
HDMI_DATA0N
19
HDMI_HPD
10
HDMI_CLKP
C.3.3 Smart Display Connector
Table C.4: Smart Display Connector
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
Backlight Enable output #
2
Panel Power Enable output #
3
LVDS Ground
4
Reset Button Input #
5
LVDS Clock +
6
LVDS Clock -
7
LVDS Ground
8
LVDS Ground
9
LVDS Data2 +
10
LVDS Data2 -
11
RS232 TXD1 #
12
RS232 RXD1 #
13
LVDS Data1 +
14
LVDS Data1 -
15
LVDS Ground
16
LVDS Ground
17
LVDS Data0 +
18
LVDS Data0 -
19
USB D-
20
USB D+
21
USB Ground
22
USB Ground
23
+12 VDC output (+/- 5%, max
0.5A)
24
+12 VDC output (+/- 5%, max
0.5A)
25
+12 VDC output (+/- 5%, max
0.5A)
26
+12 VDC output (+/- 5%, max
0.5A)
27
Power Ground
28
Power Ground
29
Power Ground
30
Power Ground
31
RS232 TXD2 #
32
RS232 RXD2 #
33
RS232 RTS2
34
Power Button Input #
35
Audio Ground
36
Mono. Line-out
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Note!
Smart display cable can customized for different length. Please contact
your dealer for request.
Pin assignment
P1 1
2
3
4
5 6
7
8
9
10 11 12
13
14 15
16
17
18
P2 1
2
3
4
5 6
7
8
9
10 11 12
13
14 15
16
17
18
Color BrownWhiteGround Brown red white Ground Ground Orange white red
Orange yellow white Ground Ground Green white
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
Blue
white Ground yellow Green Blue
Black
Purple Grey white Black
Brown
black
Orange
red
Black Black Black Black Black
Yellow green blue purple grey
C.3.4 USB Connector (Rear side)
Connector type: Stack USB A-Type Receptacle DIP UB1112C-8FDE-4F
Table C.5: USB Connector
Pin
Signal Depiction
1
Vcc
2
USB_Data-
3
USB_Data+
4
GND
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C.3.3.1 Smart Display Cable (P/N: 1700020007)
C.3.5 USB Connector (Front side)
Connector type: Single USB A-Type Receptacle DIP UB1112C-4K1-4F
Table C.6: USB Connector
Pin
Signal Depiction
1
Vcc
2
USB_Data-
3
USB_Data+
4
GND
C.3.6 VGA & RS-232 Connector
Connector type: D-SUB Conn. 9P+15P 90D (M/F) DIP DM10191-H551-4F
Table C.7: VGA Connector
Pin
Signal Depiction
Pin
Signal Depiction
1
CRT R
9
CRT POWER
+5VDC (±5%, max 1A)
2
CRT G
10
Ground
3
CRT B
11
NC
4
NC
12
CRT DDC_DATA
5
Ground
13
CRT HSYN
6
Ground
14
CRT VSYN
7
Ground
15
CRT DDC_CLK
8
Ground
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Pin
Signal Depiction
Pin
Signal Depiction
1
RS-232 DCD
5
RS-232 Ground
2
RS-232 RXD
6
RS-232 DSR
3
RS-232 TXD
7
RS-232 RTS
4
RS-232 DTR
8
RS-232 CTS
9
RS-232 RI/ +12 VDC output
C.3.7 Video Input Connector
Connector type: DVI-I 29P/DVT-I 29P 1.905mm
Female right angle DIP C1DA2G2-020-R
Table C.9: Video Input Connector 1
Pin
Signal Depiction
Pin
Signal Depiction
1
Video Input Channel 1
15
Digital Ground
2
Video Input Channel 2
16
Digital Ground
3
Video Input Channel 3
17
RS-485 N
4
Video Input Channel 4
18
RS-485 P
5
Audio Input Channel 1
19
Digital Ground
6
Audio Input Channel 2
20
Digital Ground
7
Audio Input Channel 3
21
Video Input Channel 5
8
Audio Input Channel 4
22
Video Input Channel 6
9
Digital Ground
23
Video Input Channel 7
10
Digital Ground
24
Video Input Channel 8
11
Digital Ground
C1
12
+ 12 VDC Output Enable#
C2
13
Digital Ground
C3
14
Digital Ground
C4
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Table C.8: RS-232 Connector
Table C.10: Video Input Connector 2
Pin
Signal Depiction
Pin
Signal Depiction
1
Video Input Channel 9
15
Digital Ground
2
Video Input Channel 10
16
Digital Ground
3
Video Input Channel 11
17
RS-485 N
4
Video Input Channel 12
18
RS-485 P
5
Audio Input Channel 5
19
Digital Ground
6
Audio Input Channel 6
20
Digital Ground
7
Audio Input Channel 7
21
Video Input Channel 13
8
Audio Input Channel 8
22
Video Input Channel 14
9
Digital Ground
23
Video Input Channel 15
10
Digital Ground
24
Video Input Channel 16
11
Digital Ground
C1
12
+ 12 VDC Output Enable#
C2
13
Digital Ground
C3
14
Digital Ground
C4
C.3.7.1 Video Input Cable (P/N:1700022702-01)
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Connector C
9P D-SUB MALE
CONNECTOR( B )
(YELLOW BNC)
(RED BNC)
Power Output
RS-485
VIDEO INPUT
AUDIO INPUT
PIN
Depiction
PIN
Depiction
PIN
Depiction
PIN
Depiction
1,2
+12V/2A (NC)*
1
RS485-N
1
VIDEO INPUT
1
AUDIO INPUT
3,4
GND
2
RS485-P
2
GND
2
GND
(NC)*
P.S: TREK-688 doesn`t support +12V output
C.3.8 VI/O Connector
VI/O Port is TREK’s next generation communication interface connector which contains Dual CAN Bus and Single J1708 interface.
All new TREK x86 computing box (e.g. TREK-688, TREK-674) can share the same
one VI/O cable.
Connector type: 15PIN D-SUB MALE CONNECTOR
Table C.12: VIO Connector Pin Assignment
Pin
Signal Depiction
Pin
Signal Depiction
1
CAN1_H
9
ODB_CAN2_H_R
2
CAN1_L
10
J1708_GND
3
ODB_CAN2_GND
11
VIOCOM_R485P
4
J1708_DN
12
VIOCOM_422RXP
5
J1708_DP
13
VIOCOM_R485N
6
NC
14
VIOCOM_422RXN
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Table C.11: Video Input Cable Connector Pin Depiction
Table C.12: VIO Connector Pin Assignment
7
CAN1_GND
8
ODB_CAN2_L
15
VIOCOM_232GND
C.3.8.1 Vehicle I/O Cable (P/N:1750023051-01)
CONNECTOR TYPE: (D-SUB 15P MALE *1) (D-SUB 9PIN MALE*4)
Table C.13: DB15 Cable Connector Pin Depiction
C
(D-SUB 9PIN
MALE)
B
(D-SUB 9PIN MALE)
D
(D-SUB 9PIN MALE)
CAN 2 BUS
CAN 1 BUS
J1708
PIN
Depiction
PIN
Depiction
PIN
Depiction
PIN
Depiction
2
CAN2_L
2
CAN1_L
1
J1708_N
2
485P/422TXP/232-RXD
7
CAN2_H
7
CAN1_H
4
J1708_P
6
485N/422TXP/232-CTS
3
CAN2_GND
3
CAN1_GND
8
J1708_GND
3
422RXP/232-TX
5
COM-GND
7
422RXN/232-RTS
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Generic I/O Port is TREK’s next generation high density connector which provides
several common I/O interface for peripheral control but it is more compact and cost
effective than the HDC connector (a.k.a. Extended I/O Port) on TREK-688.
All new TREK x86 computing box (e.g. TREK-688, TREK-674) can share the same
one Generic I/O cable. However, there are some pin assignment different on TREK688 and TREK-674.
Connector type: D-SUB Conn. 26P 1.27mm 90D(F) DIP MCR26FL33
Table C.14: GIO Connector Pin Assignment
Pin
Signal Depiction
Pin
Signal Depiction
1
ISO_DI1#
14
ISO_RELAYOUT1#
2
ISO_DI2#
15
ISO_RELAYOUT2#
3
ISO_DI3#
16
GIO_GND_DIO
4
ISO_DI4#
17
GIOCOMA_232_RXD
5
GIO_GND_DIO
18
GIOCOMA_232_TXD
6
ISO_RELAYOUT3#
19
GIOCOMA_232_RTS#
7
ISO_RELAYOUT4#
20
GIOCOMA_232_CTS#
8
GIO_GND_COM
21
GIO_GND_COM
9
NC (TREK-674 w/ BNC)
22
GIOCOMB_232_RXD
10
NC (TREK-674 w/BNC_GND)
23
GIOCOMB_232_TXD
11
GND_AUD
24
GIOCOMB_232_RTS#
12
GIO_MIC_IN
25
GIOCOMB_232_CTS#
13
GIO_LINE_OUT
26
GIO_GND_COM
C.3.9.1 Generic I/O Cable (P/N:1700023050-01)
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C.3.9 Generic I/O Connector
Table C.15: GIO Table -1: Cable Pin Depiction
15PIN D-SUB MALE CONNECTOR
(B)
9PIN D-SUB MALE
Connector(C)
ISO_DIO(4DI & 4DO)
9PIN D-SUB MALE
Connector (D)
RS232(4-Wire)
RS232(4-Wire)
PIN
Depiction
PIN
Depiction
PIN
Depiction
PIN
Depiction
1
ISO_DI1
9
ISO_DO1
2
232-RXD
2
232-RXD
2
ISO_DI2
10
ISO_DO2
3
232-TXD
3
232-TXD
3
ISO_DI3
13
ISO_DO3
7
232-RTS
7
232-RTS
4
ISO_DI4
14
ISO_DO4
8
232-CTS
8
232-CTS
5
ISO_GND
6
ISO_GND
5
COM_GND
5
COM_GND
Table C.16: GIO Table -2: Cable Pin Depiction
BNC JACK (E)
3.5? PHONE JACK (F)
3.5? PHONE JACK (G)
CVBS In
MIC_IN
LINE OUT
PIN
Depiction
PIN
PIN
Depiction
Depiction
1
CVBS In (NC)*
1+2
MIC_IN
1+2
LINE OUT (Mono)
2
GND
2
MIC_GND
2
Audio-GND
(NC)*
P.S TREK-688 doesn`t support CVBS In function.
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Connector type: M12 A-coding Jack GT234102-01080 female 8P
Table C.17: LAN Connector Pin Assignment
Pin
Signal Depiction
Pin
1
LAN TRP0P
5
LAN TRP2N
2
LAN TRP0N
6
LAN TRP1N
3
LAN TRP1P
7
LAN TRP3P
4
LAN TRP2P
8
LAN TRP3N
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C.3.10LAN Connector
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