Winmate FM10A Product Reference Guide

Winmate FM10A
Vehicle Mounted Computer
Android 4.4
Product Reference Guide
For more information on this
and other Winmate products,
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Version III
9152111I101A
Please read these instructions carefully before using this product, and save this manual for future use.
Table of Contents
READ ME FIRST .................................................................................................................................................... - 8 INFORMATIONS DE SÉCURITÉ (FR) ...........................................................................................................................- 9 SAFETY INFORMATION (EN) ..................................................................................................................................- 10 ABOUT THE ADAPTER ..........................................................................................................................................- 11 LI-ION BATTERY ...................................................................................................................................................- 11 INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................................... - 12 ABOUT THIS GUIDE...............................................................................................................................................- 12 PACKAGE CONTENTS ............................................................................................................................................- 13 OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES ......................................................................................................................................- 14 COMPONENTS ......................................................................................................................................................- 15 Front View ..................................................................................................................................................... - 15 Rear View with Vehicle Dock ......................................................................................................................... - 16 Side View with Vehicle Dock ......................................................................................................................... - 17 Top and Bottom View .................................................................................................................................... - 18 HARDWARE ......................................................................................................................................................... - 19 SYSTEM HARDWARE .............................................................................................................................................- 19 CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT .................................................................................................................................- 19 INPUT / OUTPUT CONNECTORS ..............................................................................................................................- 19 SYSTEM MEMORY.................................................................................................................................................- 20 AUDIO INTERFACE ................................................................................................................................................- 20 MEMORY CARD ....................................................................................................................................................- 20 WWAN................................................................................................................................................................- 20 POWER ................................................................................................................................................................- 21 Vehicle DC Power Supply ............................................................................................................................. - 21 External AC Power Supply (Optional) ........................................................................................................... - 21 POWER MANAGEMENT MODES ..............................................................................................................................- 21 Full ON Mode ................................................................................................................................................ - 22 Standby / Sleep Mode ................................................................................................................................... - 22 Hibernate Mode ............................................................................................................................................. - 22 OFF Mode ..................................................................................................................................................... - 22 Ignition Control via Software ......................................................................................................................... - 23 POWER CONTROL .................................................................................................................................................- 24 Power Switch................................................................................................................................................. - 24 Power Button ................................................................................................................................................. - 24 BATTERY..............................................................................................................................................................- 25 UPS Battery ................................................................................................................................................... - 25 Backup Battery .............................................................................................................................................. - 26 EXTERNAL CONNECTORS ......................................................................................................................................- 27 Connector Pinouts ......................................................................................................................................... - 27 CAN BUS CABLE INSTALLATION REFERENCE .........................................................................................................- 35 ANTENNA CONNECTIONS .......................................................................................................................................- 36 Internal Wi-Fi Antenna ................................................................................................................................... - 36 External / Vehicle Remote Antenna ............................................................................................................... - 37 KEYBOARD OPTIONS.............................................................................................................................................- 38 Integrated Keypad ......................................................................................................................................... - 38 USB Keyboard / Mouse ................................................................................................................................. - 38 LED FUNCTION ....................................................................................................................................................- 39 Connection and UPS battery LEDs ............................................................................................................... - 39 System LEDs ................................................................................................................................................. - 40 Power LED .................................................................................................................................................... - 40 Touch Screen ................................................................................................................................................ - 41 Display Backlight Control ............................................................................................................................... - 41 SOFTWARE .......................................................................................................................................................... - 42 INTRODUCTION .....................................................................................................................................................- 42 Operating System.......................................................................................................................................... - 42 Android 4.4 .................................................................................................................................................... - 42 SETTING UP THE DEVICE .......................................................................................................................................- 42 Home Screen ................................................................................................................................................ - 42 Quick Settings ............................................................................................................................................... - 43 -2-
STATUS AND NOTIFICATION ICONS .........................................................................................................................- 44 Status Icons ................................................................................................................................................... - 44 Notification Icons ........................................................................................................................................... - 44 CONTROL PANEL ..................................................................................................................................................- 45 Using the Touch Screen ................................................................................................................................ - 45 Calibrating the Screen ................................................................................................................................... - 46 System Settings ............................................................................................................................................ - 49 ETHERNET ...........................................................................................................................................................- 55 Configuring Ethernet Settings ....................................................................................................................... - 56 Checking the Ethernet Settings ..................................................................................................................... - 56 BLANKING ............................................................................................................................................................- 57 W INMATE® KEY MAPPING (WKM) ........................................................................................................................- 58 W INMATE® HOME MANAGER (WHM) ....................................................................................................................- 60 How to Lock Applications .............................................................................................................................. - 60 How to Reset WHM Settings ......................................................................................................................... - 62 How to Change WHM Password ................................................................................................................... - 64 BLUETOOTH .........................................................................................................................................................- 65 CONNECTING TO W I-FI NETWORKS .......................................................................................................................- 67 WWAN ................................................................................................................................................................- 68 CAMERA FEATURES ..............................................................................................................................................- 70 Opening the Camera ..................................................................................................................................... - 70 The Camera Menu ........................................................................................................................................ - 70 SOFTWARE UPDATE .............................................................................................................................................- 73 Image Tool Download ................................................................................................................................... - 73 ACCESSORIES INSTALLATION......................................................................................................................... - 80 INSTALLING A SIM CARD .......................................................................................................................................- 80 INSTALLING A MICRO SD CARD .............................................................................................................................- 81 INSTALLING A STYLUS WITH THE HOLDER ...............................................................................................................- 82 VEHICLE MOUNTING .......................................................................................................................................... - 83 INTRODUCTION .....................................................................................................................................................- 83 VEHICLE MOUNT INSTRUCTION ..............................................................................................................................- 83 RAM MOUNT INSTALLATION ..................................................................................................................................- 84 Mounting Kit 1 – No Drill Solution ................................................................................................................. - 84 Mounting Kit 2 – Drill Solution ....................................................................................................................... - 85 RAM Mount Assembly ................................................................................................................................... - 86 Mounting Kit 3 – Keyboard Mounting Installation .......................................................................................... - 87 DOCKING AND UNDOCKING THE DEVICE ................................................................................................................- 89 POWER CABLE INSTALLATION................................................................................................................................- 90 Wiring the Power Cable ................................................................................................................................ - 90 Connecting the Power Cable for Testing ...................................................................................................... - 90 Connecting the power cable for installation on the vehicle ........................................................................... - 91 Power cable routing ...................................................................................................................................... - 95 APPENDIX A: TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................................. - 96 APPENDIX B: ORDERING INFORMATION ........................................................................................................ - 99 -
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Copyright © 2015 Winmate Communication Inc. All rights reserved.
No part of this manual may be reproduce, copied, translated, or transmitted in any form or any means,
electronic or mechanical, for any purpose, without the written permission of Winmate Inc.
Trademarks
All product names, trademarks or logos mentioned herein are the properties of their respective owners.
Microsoft, Windows, and the Windows logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Microsoft products are licensed to OEMs by
Microsoft Licensing, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Microsoft Corporation.
The Bluetooth word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
All other brand and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
NOTE:
Display images shown may vary slightly from actual display. Information in this manual is
subject to change without prior notification.
NOTE :
FM10A Computer has to be used together with the docking station.
Use the device when located at least 20 cm (7.9 inches) away from the human body.
Disclaimer
Winmate Inc. reserves the right to make any product changes without notice, including circuits and/or
software described or contained in this manual in order to improve design and/or performance. Winmate
Inc. assumes no responsibility or liability for the use of the described product (s), conveys no license or title
under any patent, copyright, or masks work rights to these products, and makes no representations or
warranties that these products are free from patent, copyright, or mask work right infringement, unless
otherwise specified. Applications that are described in this guide are for illustration purposes only. Winmate
Inc. makes no representation or warranty that such application will be suitable for the specified use without
further testing or modification.
Warranty
Winmate Inc. warrants that each of its products is free from material and workmanship defect for a period
of one year starting from the invoice date. If the customer discovers a defect, Winmate Inc. will, at its
option, repair or replace the defective product at no charge to the customer, provided it is returned during
the warranty period, with transportation charges prepaid. The returned product must be properly packaged
in its original packaging to obtain warranty service.
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Advisory Conventions
Four types of advisories are used throughout the user manual to provide helpful information or to alert you to
the potential for hardware damage or personal injury. These are Notes, Important, Cautions, and Warnings.
The following is an example of each type of advisory.
NOTE:
A note is used to emphasize helpful information
IMPORTANT:
An important note indicates information that is important for you to know.
CAUTION/ ATTENTION
A Caution alert indicates potential damage to hardware and explains how to avoid the
potential problem.
Une alerte d’attention indique un dommage possible à l’équipement et explique comment
éviter le problème potentiel.
WARNING!/ AVERTISSEMENT!
An Electrical Shock Warning indicates the potential harm from electrical hazards and how
to avoid the potential problem.
Un Avertissement de Choc Électrique indique le potentiel de chocs sur des
emplacements électriques et comment éviter ces problèmes.
FCC Regulations
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.
This device 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
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 technician for help.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user‘s
authority to operate the equipment.
Operation on the 5.15-5.25GHz frequency band is restricted to indoor use only. The FCC requires indoor use
for the 5.15-5.25GHz band to reduce the potential for harmful interference to co-channel Mobile Satellite
Systems. Therefore, it will only transmit on the 5.25-5.35 GHz, 5.47-5.725 GHz and 5.725 –5.850 GHz band
when associated with an access point (AP).
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CE Notice (European Union)
This device has been tested and found to conform to the limits set for a Class B product.
• EN 55022 — “Limits and Methods of Measurement of Radio Interference Characteristics of Information
Technology Equipment”
• EN 55024 — “Information technology equipment - Immunity characteristics - Limits and methods of
measurement”
• EN 61000-3-2 — “Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 3: Limits - Section 2”
• EN 61000-3-3 — “Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 3: Limits - Section 3”
• EN 60950 — “Safety of Information Technology Equipment”.
• EN 55022 Emissions requirements
RF Exposure Information (SAR)
This device is compliance with SAR for general population /uncontrolled exposure limits in ANSI/IEEE C95.1-1999
and had been tested in accordance with the measurement methods and procedures specified in OET Bulletin 65
Supplement C.
This equipment complies with FCC RF radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This
device was tested for operations with the device contacted directly to the human body to the back side of the EUT.
To maintain compliance with FCC RF exposure compliance requirements, avoid direct contact to the transmitted
antenna during transmitting.
IC Regulations
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d’Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence.
L’exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes:
(1) l’appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et
(2) l’utilisateur de l’appareil doit accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage est susceptible
d’en compromettre le fonctionnement.”
This device complies with Industry Canada license-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following
two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the
Device.
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This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
The device could automatically discontinue transmission in case of absence of information to transmit, or
operational failure. Note that this is not intended to prohibit transmission of control or signaling information or
the use of repetitive codes where required by the technology.
The device for the band 5150-5250 MHz is only for indoor usage to reduce potential for harmful interference to
co- channel mobile satellite systems; the maximum antenna gain permitted (for devices in the bands 5250-5350
MHz and 5470-5725 MHz) to comply with the e.i.r.p. limit; and The maximum antenna gain permitted (for
devices in the band 5725-5850 MHz) to comply with the e.i.r.p. limits specified for point-to-point and non-pointto-point operation as appropriate, as stated in section A9.2(3). In addition, High-power radars are allocated as
primary users (meaning they have priority) of the band 5250-5350 MHz and this radar could cause interference
and/or damage to LE-LAN devices.
The County Code Selection feature is disabled for products marketed in the US/Canada. For product available
in the USA/ Canada markets, only channel 1~11 can be operated. Selection of other channels is not possible.
IC Radiation Exposure Statement
This EUT is compliance with SAR for general population/uncontrolled exposure limits in IC RSS-102 and had
been tested in accordance with the measurement methods and procedures specified in IEEE 1528
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Read Me First
Follow and adhere to all warnings and instructions in this manual. For your safety, please read all safety and
operating instructions before using the product. Keep this manual for future reference.
ATTENTION: Pour réduire le risque d’incendie ou de choc électrique ne pas exposer l’appareil à la
pluie ou à l’humidité. VERIFIER que le cordon électrique est la prise murale pour un delai d’inactivite
prolongé. Pour arrêter complètement l’alimentation de l’appareil, débranchez le cordon d’alimentation
de la prise AC. N’enlever ni le capot arrière ni les pièces internes de l’appareil. Contactez un personnel
qualifié si nécessaire.
AVERTISSEMENT ÉLECTRIQUE
SA1965
Utilisé pour les instructions destinés à alerter l’utilisateur d’un CHOC ÉLECTRIQUE
mortel ou de blessure grave en cas d’utilisation incorrecte de l’unité.
AVERTISSEMENT
SA1966
Utilisé pour les instructions destinés à alerter l’utilisateur d’un risque mortel ou de
blessure grave en cas d’utilisation incorrecte de l’unité.
ATTENTION: Pour réduire le risque d’incendie ou de choc electrique ne pas exposer l’appareil à la
pluie ou à l’humidité FAIRE le cordon électrique est DÉBRANCHÉ DE LA PRISE MURALE DANS UN
DELAI DE PROLONGER INACTIVITÉ. De se désengager totalement LE POUVOIR DE L’UNITE, S’IL
VOUS PLAÎT DEBRANCHER LE CORDON D’ALIMENTATION DE LA PRISE AC. NE PAS Romove le
capot arrière, pas de PIÈCES À L’INTÉRIEUR. Contactez un personnel qualifié S’il faut le réparer.
ELECTRIQUE AVERTISSEMENT
Sert aux instructions destin es alerter l’utilisateur d’un CHOC ÉLECTRIQUE mortel
ou de blessure grave en cas d’utilisation incorrecte de l’unit.
SA1965
AVERTISSEMENT
Sert aux instructions destin es alerter l’utilisateur d’un risque mortel ou de blessure
grave en cas d’utilisation incorrecte de l’unit .
SA1966
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Informations de sécurité (FR)
Suivez et respectez tous les avertissements et instructions figurant sur l’écran. Pour votre sécurité, s’il vous plaît lire
toutes les consignes de sécurité et de fonctionnement avant d’utiliser le device. Gardez ce manuel pour référence
future.
1.
Lire avec attention toutes les recommandations et precautions d’emploi avant d’utiliser ce produit.
2.
Veuillez conserver ces recommandations et précautions pour référence future.
3.
Lire et comprendre tous les avertissements énumérés dans les précautions d’emploi.
4.
Suivre toutes les précautions d’emploi pour utiliser ce produit.
5.
Utiliser exclusivement un chiffon sec pour nettoyer ce produit.
6.
Ne pas placer le produit près de toute source de chaeur telle que radiateurs, arrivées d’air chaud, fourneaux
ou autres appareils générant de la chaleur (incluant les amplificateurs producteurs de chaleur) .
7.
Ne pas négliger la sécurité que procure un branchement polarisé ou avec raccordement à la terre, Un
branchement polarisé comprend deux fiches dont l’une est plus large que l’autre. Un branchement à la terre
comprend deux fiches plus une troisième reliée à la terre. Si la fiche secteur fournie ne s’insert pas dans votre
prise de courant. consulter un ‘électricien afin de remplacer votre prise obsolète.
8.
Protéger le cordon d’alimentation de tout écrasement ou pincement, particulièrement au niveau des fiches, des
réceptacles utilisés et à l’endroit de sortie de l’appareil. Ne pas casser la fiche de terre du cordon
d’alimentation.
9.
Utiliser uniquement les accessoires spécifiés par le constructeur.
10. Utilisez seulement des accessoires spécifiés par le manufacturier ou vendus avec le produit.
11. Débrancher cet appareil lors d’orages ou s’il n’est pas utilize pendant une longue période.
12. Faire exécuter le service par du personnel qualifié. Une intervention technique est requise lorsque l’appareil a
été endommagé ou n’opère pas normalement.
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Safety Information (EN)
Follow and adhere to all warnings and instructions on the screen. For your safety, please read all safety and
operating instructions before using the device. Keep this manual for future reference.
1.
Carefully read all recommendations and precautions for use before using this product.
2.
Retain all recommendations and precautions for future reference as necessary.
3.
Read and be sure to understand all warnings listed in the precautions.
4.
Follow all operating precautions when using this product.
5.
Use only a dry cloth to clean this product.
6.
Do not place the product near any heat sources such as radiators, warm air intakes, stoves or other heatgenerating devices (including amplifiers or other heat producing equipment).
7.
Do not disregard the safety that a polarized or grounded connection can provide. A polarized connection
consists of two plugs, one of which is larger than the other. A grounded connection has two blades and a third
one that is grounded. If the main plug provided cannot be inserted into your outlet, consult an electrician to
replace your obsolete outlet.
8.
Protect the power cord from being crushed or pinched, particularly in the area of the plugs, any receptacles
used, and the point of exit from the apparatus. Do not break off the ground pin of the power cord.
9.
Use only accessories specified by the manufacturer.
10. Use only with accessories specified by the manufacturer or sold with the product.
11. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when it is not being used for long periods.
12. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. A technical intervention is required when the apparatus has
been damaged in any way or does not operate normally.
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About the Adapter
• Use only the supplied AC adapter (Rating: Input DC 10-60V DC). Use of another type of AC adapter will result in
malfunction and/or danger.
• Do not use the adapter in a high moisture environment. Never touch the adapter when your hands or feet are wet.
• Allow adequate ventilation around the adapter when using it to operate the device or charge the battery. Do not
cover the AC adapter with paper or other objects that will reduce cooling. Do not use the AC adapter while it is
inside a carrying case.
• Connect the adapter to a proper power source. The voltage requirements are found on the product case and/or
packaging.
• Do not use the adapter if the cord becomes damaged.
• Do not attempt to service the unit. There are no serviceable parts inside. Replace the unit if it is damaged or
exposed to excess moisture.
Li-Ion Battery
Your device has UPS battery. When disposing UPS battery, follow local rules and regulations.
WARNING!
Do not dispose the battery with general waste materials.
The following precautions on battery recycling should be observed:
 The battery should be disposed properly according to local regulations;
 The battery should not be damaged or crushed;
 The battery should not be heated or exposed to direct sunlight.
If you are not aware of local regulations on disposing the battery pack, contact our Service Center or sales
representatives for more information.
IMPORTANT:
This hot-swap battery is soft-packed. It may have up to 8% inflation in dimensions under the usage in
normal conditions. The mechanical design of the device reserves the space for this normal inflation.
WARNING!
If you observe the internal hot-swap battery has been inflated more than normal condition (or the blotch
of panel and touch caused by inflated battery), contact our Service Center or sales representative for
replacing the battery immediately.
IMPORTANT:
The battery is consumable part. Therefore, it is recommended to replace the battery pack every two
years with a new one recommended by Winmate. Contact our Service Center or sales representatives
for more information on replacing the battery pack.
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Introduction
In the warehouse environment, the ability to mount mobile devices and computers to forklifts, trucks, taggers, and
inventory pickers, is essential. From inventory management to order fulfillment, asset tracking, shipping and
receiving, the warehouse floor is complex ecosystem that requires high-efficiency technology to keep it running
smoothly.
The FM10A Vehicle-Mount Computer runs on a Freescale Cortex A9 i.MX6 Dual Core of the full Android 4.4 version.
The device features P-CAP multi-touch screen with 1024 x 768 pixel resolution. The FM10A Vehicle Computer
delivers flexibility and mobility in a vehicle mounted computer form factor. FM10A is designed to be easily removed
from the dock with a latch on the top of the FM10A vehicle docking. Since the dock remains attached to the vehicle,
this device can be easily moved or switched from one vehicle to another.
Integrated keyboard and physical function keys appeal to those who prefer the usability of a full keyboard, but in a
vehicle mounted computer form factor. For wireless connectivity the tablet comes equipped with Bluetooth 4.0 and
comprehensive 802.11a/b/g/n dual band Wi-Fi, and WWAN.
This vehicle-mount computer is built to endure the rigors of the warehouse, and designed to fit seamlessly into
forklifts and other warehouse vehicles.
NOTE:
Contact our technical support for information on the latest firmware upgrade for your device.
About This Guide
This Product Reference Guide provides instruction for the system administrator to follow when configuring and using
the FM10A Vehicle Mount Computer. This Product Reference Guide has been developed for a FM10A with Android
4.4 operating system.
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Package Contents
Before using this device, make sure that all the items listed below are present in your package:
Computer FM10A
98P010A000J7
Dock + Latch Locking 5 m Power Cable with Fuse
Key
Kit
98D000A0000A
0.3 m USB Cable
98K000A0006O
9484098080K0
Cable Clamp Kit
Stylus Kit + Screw
Quick Start Guide
Driver CD
98K000A0005W
98K000A0005T
9152111I101B
9171111I102L
0.15 m Power
Converter Cable
84W Adapter with
power cable
94J602G030K2
922D084W12V1
External Antenna Fixing
Bracket
88111T201203
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USB to RS232 &
USB A Type Cable
94E3098130K0
2 x Wi-Fi
Antenna
39700010000G
Optional Accessories
Your package may include the following items based on your order:
3 m DC Jack Power
Cable
1.2 m 120 Watt
Adapter
(For Heater Model)
4.2 m Adapter with
Power Cable
1.8 m RS232 Cable
0.3 m Audio Cable
94J0086020K0
92PO12120005
98K000A0006L
94G3094090K2
94E215R060K0
3 m USB to RS232
Cable
2 m IP65 LAN Cable
2 x Wi-Fi Antenna
15A, 250V, VDA
Type Fuses
Spare Key for
Vehicle Dock
94E3098130K0
94I0080080KF
39700000000H
94JL01L01000
9B000000007N
2 m GPS & LTE
Combo Antenna
(VM240)
5 m GPS & LTE
Combo Antenna
(VM9C)
5m
GPS & LTE & Wi-Fi
Magnetic Combo
Antenna (VM10S)
Mounting Kit 1
No Drill
Mounting Kit 2
Drill
39700000000M
39700000000N
39700000000U
98K000A0005Y
98K000A0006P
Mounting Kit 3
Keyboard Mounting
1.8 m
CAN Bus Y Cable
98K000A0005X
94E2150090K0
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Components
Front View
No
1
Item
Description
10.4” Touch Screen Acts as one of the inputs for the device
Power Button
Press and hold the button for 3 second to turn on the device
2
Power Indicator
Power Indicator
3
Microphone
For voice communication and voice recording
4
Digital Microphone For voice communication and voice recording
5
Camera
2 Megapixel front camera
Light Sensor
6
Light Sensor
and LED
indicators
HDD Indicators
Blanking Indicators
Heater Indicators
Wi-Fi Indicators
7
LED indicators
Bluetooth Indicators
UPS Battery Indicators
8
Label
Space to print the label or company logo
9
Function button
Programmable Function key that can be configured by using the Win-Set ® Utility
10
Speaker
Emits Sound
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Rear View with Vehicle Dock
No
Item
Description
1
VESA Mount Hole
VESA 75, 100, and RAM Mount
2
Release Latch
Press to release the device and the docking
3
Kensington Lock
Connect to a security lock, protecting your device from being stolen
4
Power switch
Set the switch to on (I) to provide the supply power to the device and it will
automatically connect to the ignition system of the vehicle
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Side View with Vehicle Dock
No
Item
Description
1
COM1 and COM2
Connects a peripheral device such as a printer or scanner with serial port
2
USB 2.0 x 2
Connects USB peripheral devices such as USB Flash drive, mouse,
keyboard, printer, etc.
3
*CAN Bus / Audio
Connects to a vehicle, allowing access to wide range of vehicle data
/ Connects headphone or other audio output devices
4
**Service Window
To protect I/O ports
5
LAN Port
Connects to a local area network (LAN) using an Ethernet cable and provide
optional POE with 48V
6
Wide Range Power Input
Connects a 10-60V DC IN wide range power input
7
WWAN Antenna Connector
Connects a WWAN external antenna and allows the device to be remotely
mounted on the vehicle
8
GPS Antenna Connector
Connects a GPS external antenna and allows the device to be remotely
mounted on the vehicle.
9
Wi-Fi Antenna Connector
Connects a Wi-Fi external antenna and allows the device to be remotely
mounted on the vehicle
*User can only select either COM port or CAN Bus.
**Service window covers SD Card Slot/ SIM Card Slot, USB3.0 and DC in power input jack.
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Top and Bottom View
No
Item
Description
1
Lock
Lock the tablet in place
2
Reading Light
Use to provide illumination in dark environment
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3
Hardware
System Hardware
Central Processing Unit
The FM10A is running on Freescale Cortex A9 i.MX6 Dual Core processor, and Android 4.4.operating system.
Input / Output Connectors
The FM10A device supports the following I/O connectors:
• SIM Card Slot
• Micro SD Card Slot
• USB OTG
• DC In Power Input Jack.
The Vehicle Dock of the FM10A device supports the following I/O connectors:
• COM Ports
• CAN Bus / Audio
• LAN port
• Wide Range Power Input.
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System Memory
The main system memory is 1GB LPDDR3.
Audio Interface
Your device is equipped with two speakers which are located on the bottom of the vehicle dock. A microphone is also
available for voice communication and voice recording.
As an alternative, you can use a headset adapter cable that provides a connection for headset operation. When
headset is plugged in to the adapter cable, the main speakers or internal microphone will be disabled.
Memory Card
Your device has a memory card slot which accepts an SD memory card. The memory card is hot swappable.
Your device has an 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac network card that can be used with internal or external antennas.
WWAN
Using a SIM card for network connection, your device supports Wireless Wide Area Networking (WWAN).
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Power
Vehicle DC Power Supply
The Power input voltage range for the vehicle dock is between 10 to 60V DC, without the need to perform any
manual operation within the vehicle dock.
This dock provides conditioned power output for the device. By using a specified DC to DC adapter, the input
voltage of 100-240 V DC nominal can be accepted.
External AC Power Supply (Optional)
If the DC power is not available, you can use an optional external UPS (Universal Input Power Supply) to convert
AC power to an appropriate DC level.
Using an external UPS and adapter cable, the AC to DC power input for the device is transferred to the vehicle
dock.
To perform the connection, simply plug one end of the adapter cable to the dock and then plug the other end of the
adapter cable to the DC output cable from adapter. For Details, refer to the connection diagram shown below:
No
Item
1
AC Input Cable
2
DC Output Cable
3
To DC Output Cable
4
To FM10A
Power Management Modes
The FM10A has four power modes:
• Full ON
• Standby / Sleep
• Hibernate
• OFF
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Action
Power Button
Backlight
Button
Indicator
Press the On button for “2 seconds”
Turn On
until the battery indicator On (solid
Off
green) and then release the button
Press the On button for “2 seconds”
Standby or
until the screen On and then release the
Sleep Mode
button. The battery indicator will Off
*
after the screen is Off, the system is
On
already in the standby / sleep mode
Press the On button for “2 second” until
the screen On and then release the
Wake up
button. The battery indicator will On
Off
(solid green)
Press the On button for “4 second” until
Turn Off
the system is turns Off and then
Off
releases the button.
Full ON Mode
When the FM10A is attached to either vehicle power or an external power supply, or it is operating from the UPS
battery and the power button is pressed, the device is in the “ON” mode. In this mode, the keypad, touch screen
and any attached peripherals will function normally. The display remains ON until the display, standby or hibernate
timer expires.
When the device is in ON mode, the power LED indicators is off.
Standby / Sleep Mode
When the Standby / Sleep timer expires without a primary event occurring, the device transitions to standby /
Sleep mode. Press the power button to wake up the device back to ON mode.
When the device is in Standby / Sleep mode, the power LED indicator is red.
Hibernate Mode
When the device is in Hibernate Mode, all LEDs are off. Press the power button to wake up the device back to ON
mode.
When the device is in Hibernate mode, the power LED indicator is red.
OFF Mode
By default, the FM10A turns off if the user turns off the device through the system or presses the power button for
8 seconds with a critical shut down. The FM10A will also be off when there is no connection to a power source or
the UPS battery is depleted. However the internal RTC will keep maintaining the date and time while the device is
off. When the device is off, the power LED indicator is red.
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Ignition Control via Software
Winmate provides Ignition Control application to control the timing of delay. You can select 1 to 120 seconds for
each period of timing delay.
Go to APPS > Ignition Control
No
Setting
Default Setting
Description
1
On Delay
2
Hard Off Delay
30 seconds
When the system is powered off via ignition key, the device will cut off power
after 30 seconds.
3
Off Delay
10 seconds
When the system is powered off via ignition key, the system will delay 10
seconds to shut down.
4
Reset to default
1 second
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When the system is powered on via ignition key, the system will delay 1
seconds to power on.
Resets the ignition settings back to the default.
NOTE:
If you don’t plan to use the ignition feature connect the green wire to the vehicle’s positive power
source.
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Power Control
Power Switch
Power switch is located on the rear side of the vehicle
dock. When the dock is connected to the external power
and the power switch is ON, the dock delivers power to
the FM10A and the device can be powered on.
Power Button
Power button is located at the lower right side of the
FM10A. If the device is OFF, pressing the power button
will start the power up sequence.
NOTE:
• The FM10A has to be docked in a powered vehicle docking station or UPS battery has to have a
sufficient charge to power the device.
• If no external power available and the UPS battery do not have enough charge, pressing the
power button will cause no action.
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Battery
Follow all the instructions in this user manual to prolong the battery life-cycle.
WARNING!
Recharge the battery pack according to the instructions in this user manual.
WARNING!
There is a risk of an explosion caused by incorrect installation or misapplication of the battery pack.
To avoid possible injury:
 Use only the type of the battery recommended by Winmate.
 Follow battery pack installation instructions in this user manual.
 Keep the battery away from fire.
 Store in a cool dry place.
 Do not expose to heat, water and rain.
WARNING!
Do not drop, puncture, and crush the battery unit. If you notice any damages on the battery, stop
using the battery and replace it.
IMPORTANT:
When the battery level reaches 0%, the FM10A will automatically shut down.
UPS Battery
Your device has UPS battery. This UPS battery is automatically charged when the device is placed on a powered
dock. The charging time takes approximately 3 hours. During full loading operations without external power attached,
the device uses UPS battery to operate.
When running on the UPS battery power, the power timeouts maybe different than when vehicle power is applied.
Using the UPS battery power, it allows the device to continue operation even when the device is not mounted in a
dock. The UPS battery is designed to supply power to your device for a minimum of 30 minutes.
IMPORTANT:
If the UPS battery power becomes critically low, the device will automatically hibernate to prevent
damage to the UPS battery;
To turn on the device using the UPS battery power, make sure the UPS battery has at least 10%
charge. If you cannot turn on the device, charge the UPS battery immediately;
The internal UPS battery status LED and the UPS battery control panel can be used to monitor the
status of the UPS battery.
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IMPORTANT:
Charge the hot-swap battery together with main battery whenever your device is not being used/
charged for three months. Connect the device to the source of power for 1.5 hours to charge.
WARNING!
If you leave the device without charging for more than three months, the risk of the battery inflation
increases.
Backup Battery
Your device has a backup battery to maintain time, date, and CMOS setup information.
IMPORTANT:
The battery is consumable part. Therefore, it is recommended to replace the battery pack every two
years with a new one recommended by Winmate. Contact our Service Center or sales representatives
for more information on replacing the battery pack.
WARNING!
The backup battery should be replaced only be authorized service personnel.
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External Connectors
Power OFF the FM10A before connecting cables to any port. Most of the external connectors for the FM10A
are located on the vehicle dock.
1.
COM1 connects to a device such as printer or
scanner.
2.
COM2 connects to a device such as printer or
scanner.
3.
USB connects to USB devices such as USB flash
drive, mouse, keyboard, printer etc. this USB also
accept a dongle cable with a USB host port and a
USB Client port.
4.
CAN Bus / Audio allows direct linking into vehicle,
enable access to wide range of vehicle data and
Audio connects to a stereo headset, external
speakers or audio recording device.
5.
LAN port connects to on access point that provides
connection to network.
Connector Pinouts
Serial Connector (COM1, COM2)
Pin
Signal
Description
1
DCD
Data Carrier Detect – Input
2
RXD
Receive Data – Input
3
TXD
Transmit Data – Output
4
DTR
Data Terminal Ready – Output
5
GND
Signal / Power Ground
6
DSR
Data Set Ready – Input
7
RTS
Request to send – Output
8
CTS
Clear to send – Input
9
5V
Power
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USB 2.0 (D-9 Female) Connector
Pin
Signal
CN1-1
GND
CN1-2
USB1_D+
CN1-3
USB1_D-
CN1-4
USB1_VCC
CN1-5
GND
CN1-6
GND
CN1-7
USB2_D+
CN1-8
USB2_D-
CN1-9
USB2_VCC
Pin
Signal
Description
CN2-1
USBVCC1
Red
CN2-2
USB1_DM
White
CN2-3
USB1_DP
Green
CN2-4
GND
Black
CN3-1
USBVCC2
Red
CN3-2
USB2_DM
White
CN3-3
USB2_DP
Green
CN3-4
GND
Black
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USB 2.0 (D-9 Female) to Serial Port (COM3) & USB Type A Cable
Pin
Signal
CN1-1
GND
CN1-2
USB1_D+
CN1-3
USB1_D-
CN1-4
USB1_VCC
CN1-5
GND
CN1-6
GND
CN1-7
USB2_D+
CN1-8
USB2_D-
CN1-9
USB2_VCC
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CAN Bus / Audio Connector
The CAN Bus/ Audio connector is a D-15 male connector located on the rear side of the Vehicle Dock. The connector
supports a headset adapter cable or a CAN Bus cable. The FM10A does not support connecting audio and CAN Bus
simultaneously.
Pin
Signal
Description
CN4-1
-
CAN reserved
CN4-2
CAN_L
CAN_L bus line dominant low
CN4-3
CAN_GND
CAN Ground
CN4-4
-
CAN reserved
CN4-5
AUGND
Optional ground
CN4-6
-
-
CN4-7
-
-
CN4-8
-
-
CN4-9
-
-
CN4-10
-
-
CN4-11
AUGND
Optional ground
CN4-12
-
CAN reserved
CN4-13
CAN_H
CAN_H bus line dominant high
CN4-14
-
CAN reserved
CN4-15
5V
Option CAN external Power Supply
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CAN Bus Cable
Pin No.
Signal
CN1-A
CAN_GND
CN2-A
CAN_GND
CN1-B
CAN_V+
CN2-B
CAN_V+
CN1-C
CAN_H
CN2-C
CAN_H
CN1-D
CAN_L
CN2-D
CAN_L
CN1-E
CAN_SHLD
CN2-E
CAN_SHLD
CN3 SHELL
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Pin No.
Signal
CN3-3
CAN_GND
CAN3-15
5V
CN3-13
CAN_H
CN3-2
CAN_L
CN3-12
CAN_SHLD
CN3-5
GND
CN3-11
GND
Audio Cable
Pin
Signal
Description
CN4-1
-
-
CN4-2
-
-
CN4-3
-
-
CN4-4
-
-
CN4-5
AUGND
Optional ground
CN4-6
HP_R
Headset return
CN4-7
HP_L
Headset output
CN4-8
MIC_L
Microphone input
CN4-9
-
-
CN4-10
HP_JD
CN4-11
-
-
CN4-12
-
-
CN4-13
-
-
CN4-14
-
-
CN4-15
-
-
Pin No.
SYMBOL
CN1
Line Out
CN2
Mic
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LAN Connector
Pin No.
SYMBOL
1
TX_D1+
2
TX_D1-
3
RX_D2+
4
BI_D3+
5
BI_D3-
6
RX_D2-
7
BI_D4+
8
BI_D4-
Power Connector
1. Power Connector
2. Power Switch
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Power Connector
Pin No.
Pin No.
CN1-2
CN1-1
CN2-1
SYMBOL
VIN +
CN2-2
VIN +
CN2-3
VIN -
CN2-4
VIN -
CN2-5
Earth_GND
CN2-6
VIN +
CN2-7
VIN +
CN2-8
Ignition
SYMBOL
Pin No.
VIN -
VIN +
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SYMBOL
CN2-3
VIN -
CN2-4
VIN -
CN2-5
VIN -
CN2-1
VIN +
CN2-2
VIN +
CN2-6
VIN +
CN2-7
VIN +
CN2-8
IGN_ISO
CAN Bus Cable Installation Reference
After connecting the CAN Bus cable to the FM10A, please open software utility to check settings.
COM1
COM2
COM3*
USB
CAN Bus
Audio
Disable CAN Bus
V
V
V
V
X
V
Enable CAN Bus
X
X
V
V
V
V
*Notice that COM3 is located on the external cable (supplied with the FM10A).
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Antenna Connections
The FM10A is equipped with an 802.11 radio and can be ordered with internal antennas or external remote mount antennas.
When the FM10A is ordered with internal antennas, the external antenna connectors are not used. GPS and WWAN are
optional on the device and require external remote mount antennas.
1. Wi-Fi 802.11 Main External Antenna Connector (Default)
Wi-Fi 802.11 Auxiliary External Antenna Connector (Default)
2. GPS External Antenna Connector (Optional)
3. WWAN External Antenna Connector (Optional)
Internal Wi-Fi Antenna
This device is available with internal Wi-Fi antenna as optional; an internal Wi-Fi antenna is mounted inside the
FM10A and is not user accessible.
When customer order the device with Wi-Fi internal antenna, the 802.11 antenna connectors on the back of the dock
are not connected to the 802.11 radio, only the internal antenna is connected to the 802.11 radio.
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External / Vehicle Remote Antenna
The FM10A vehicle dock is equipped with SMA Connector for additional external antenna (Wi-Fi or optional WWAN),
to install the antenna please perform the following:
1. Remove the rubber cap on the SMA connector before installing the antenna.
2. Align the antenna with the SMA connector and fasten it as following picture.
3. Adjust the position of external antennas.
Wi-Fi Antenna Installation
Wi-Fi and WWAN Antenna Installation
4. Attach plastic fixing bracket to fix the position of each antenna.
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Keyboard Options
Integrated Keypad
The integrated keypad contains ten programmable keys, F1~ F10 are user programmable keys. Key
Mapping is configured via the Hot Tab application on the control panel. See Programmable key to remap these
keys.
The default values for these keys are:
Function Key
Default Key Value
F1 + F2
Touch Keypad Lock/ Unlock
F2 + F3
Lamp On/Off
F3 + F4
Volume adjustment
F4 + F5
Brightness adjustment (Panel +Keypad)
Long Press F4
Internal / External antenna switch
Long Press F5
Camera
Press on Fn
Function key form F6~F10
*Sign plus “+” means that you have to press both function keys at the same time.
USB Keyboard / Mouse
A standard USB keyboard or mouse can be attached to the FM10A using the appropriate adapter cable. The cable
attached to the device and provides USB connector.
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LED Function
LED indicators are located on the front panel with the left and right sides.
1. Connection and UPS battery LEDs
2. System LEDs
3. Power LED
Connection and UPS battery LEDs
Indicator Type
Power
Wi-Fi
Bluetooth
UPS Battery
LED Behavior
System State
Solid Red
System off and in suspend mode
Off
System On
ON
The Device has detected a network and is connecting
Off
No Network connection
ON
The devices are successfully connected and active.
Off
The Bluetooth function is disabled
Orange
The external power is plugged in and the UPS battery is being
charged
Green
The UPS battery is in use and its power level is more than 40%
Red
The UPS battery is in use and its power level is less than 40% and
more than 10%
Blinking Red
The UPS battery is low (<15%)
The external power is plugged in and the UPS battery is fully
charged
OFF
The device is mounted on the vehicle dock and the UPS battery is
fully charged
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System LEDs
Indicator Type
LED Behavior
Light sensor automatically adjusts the panel brightness based on
the light settings.
Light Sensor
HDD Indicators
Blanking Indicators
Heater Indicators
System State
Blinking Green
Indicates the HDD Activity (Data is being read and written)
OFF
No HDD Activity
Solid Blue
Blanking function is ON
OFF
Blanking function is OFF
Solid Red
The Defroster is ON
OFF
The Defroster is OFF
Power LED
Power LED is located on the power button. Power LED behavior is shown at the table below.
Indicator Type
Power
LED Behavior
System State
Solid Red
System off and in suspend mode
OFF
System On
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Display
The FM10A display measures 10.4-inches diagonally, have display resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels and bonded
with Projected Capacitive (P-CAP) multi-touch.
Touch Screen
The touch screen is a Projected Capacitive (P-CAP) multi-touch; the technology offers a fast and sensitive response
and professional-grade reliability combined with a stylish, sleek design. P-CAP multi-touch offers fast and sensitive
touch response, excellent optical clarity and long-term stability over temperature.
NOTE:
 Always use the tip of the stylus for tapping or making strokes
 Do not use any sharp objects for tapping, touching, or making strokes
Display Backlight Control
This device is equipped with automatic brightness adjustment that controls the screen brightness according to the
lighting environment. To enable automatic brightness adjustments go to Settings > Display > Brightness > Tap
Auto.
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4
Software
Introduction
This section includes the software and hardware installation, the FM10A configuration, the wireless
communication, and some other optional features. Since this FM10A is bundled with several software and
utility programs for its configurations and operations, the examples describe in this section are to be used as
a guideline only; therefore, the function configuration of the device might vary.
Operating System
The operating system of the FM10A is Android 4.4.
Android 4.4
We assume you are very familiar with various features and options of Android OS. Therefore, this section
will describe the specific software and utility programs that related to the device usage and the Android OS.
Setting up the Device
When you first turn on your device, you’ll see a Welcome screen. Choose the language you want and
touch Start or the Start icon. When prompted, you can sign in with your Google Account or create one at
that time. You can also choose to skip this step and create one later.
Home Screen
Your device runs on Android 4.4 Operation System.
Navigation Buttons
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Icon
Description
Back
Opens the previous screen you were working in. Once you back up
to the Home screen, you can’t go back any further.
Home
Opens the central Home screen. To open Google Now, swipe up.
Recent Apps
Opens a list of thumbnail images of apps you’ve worked with
recently. To open an app, touch it. To remove a thumbnail from the
list, swipe it left or right.
All APPs Icon
Opens a list of all applications.
Quick Settings
Settings
Swipe down from the top right of the screen and touch the Settings icon.
You can open your device’s Settings app from the All Apps screen or from Quick Settings. For
example, to change notification sounds, and volume go to
Settings > Device > Sound to change the volume.
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Status and Notification Icons
To open the status bar appears at the top of every screen. On the left are notification icons and on the right
are status icons, along with the current time.
Notification icons
Status icons
Status Icons
Pull down from the right top of the screen to get the notifications area.The following icons indicate the status
of your device, for example if users are connected to a Wi-Fi network that is not connected to the internet, the
network icons are appears in white color.
Status icons that appear in the status bar are as follows:
Notification Icons
Pull down from the left top of the screen to get the notifications area. The following icons indicate that you
have received notification
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Control Panel
Using the Touch Screen
The touch screen is a touch-sensitive device that allows you to control and make selections on the
device by controlling the location of the pointer on the screen.
NOTE:
 Do not use sharp or pointed objects on the touch screen. These objects may scratch the
screen.
 Use only the stylus pen or the tip of your finger.
The touchpad supports the core gestures for Android.
Gesture
Single
Touch
Doubletouch
Touch and
hold
Swipe or
slide
Action
Description
To select or activate something
Tap quickly twice on a webpage, screen, or App to zoom
Touch and hold an item on the screen by touching it and not lifting your
finger until it respond
Quickly move the finger across the surface of the screen. i.e. slide a lock
screen to open the lock
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Calibrating the Screen
You will require performing touch screen calibration in the following situations:
1. When there is a noticeable discrepancy in the placement of the stylus on the screen and the
indicated position of the on screen pointer.
2. After burning in a new OS image, the system will automatically ask you to make touch screen
calibration.
3. If after uploading the new OS image the screen was not properly calibrated, and wrong settings
were saved. At this time you will have to connect the mouse to the device through the USB port to
perform the calibration.
Touch screen calibration after burning in the new OS image.
Step 1 After you restart the system with a new OS image, calibration screen will automatically appear. Tap Yes
to start touch screen calibration.
Step 2 Follow the instruction on the left bottom side of the screen. Tap the red calibration point. You will require
to adjust five calibration points overall.
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The last one will fall in the middle of the screen.
Step 3 After all five calibration points are adjusted you will be asked whether you want to save the set values
after the calibration. Tap Yes to save the settings. If you want to perform calibration once again, then tap No.
Step 4 Calibration is complete. Restart the device for new settings.
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Touch screen calibration if the touch screen was not calibrated properly and the settings
were saved.
Step 1 Connect the mouse to the HMI device through USB port.
Step 2 Go to APPS > Touchscreen calibration APP
Follow Step 1~Step 4 from the previous section to complete screen calibration.
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System Settings
Display
In the Android 4.4 user can adjust the screen brightness.
Pull down from the top of the screen to get the notifications area.
You can also access display settings in settings:
Go to Settings
> Display > Brightness
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Region and Language
The instruction for installing, changing and uninstalling language in this section are applicable to FM10A
with Android 4.4 OS.
To access region and language settings, perform the following:
Settings
> Language & Input > Language
* The FM10A is shipped with English language settings by default.
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Sound
To access sound settings, perform the following:
Settings
> Sound
In this option you can adjust volume, change phone ringtone, and other volume settings.
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Touch Lock
Press F1 and F2 simultaneously to perform touch lock. While the touch is locked, all function keys and touch
will not be able to work, until you slide the bar to unlock the touch lock.
Press F1 and F2 simultaneously one more time to perform unlock touch function, or you can slide the bar to
unlock the touch lock.
Reading Lamp
Press F2 and F3 button simultaneously to turn On/Off a reading lamp located at the bottom of the dock. This
lamp is to provide illumination for user to read in the dark environment.
Lamp On
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Lamp OFF
Volume Adjustment
Press F3 and F4 simultaneously to perform volume adjustment. The adjustment slide bar will appear on
screen transparently. Slide to the right side to increase the volume and slide to the left side to decrease
the volume.
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Brightness
Press F4 and F5 simultaneously to perform brightness adjustment. The adjustment slide bar will appear on
screen transparently. Slide to the right side to increase the volume and slide to the left side to decrease the
brightness.
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Ethernet
Vehicle computer supports Ethernet LAN. To use the Ethernet LAN feature to connect to the network, perform the
following procedure:
Step 1 Connect Ethernet Cable to the FM10A device.
Step 2 Go to APPS > Ethernet
Step 3 Ethernet APP main menu appears
Setting
Description
Check Ethernet
Check Ethernet connection parameters: IP mode, IP address, DNS address
and others
Configure Ethernet
Enable Ethernet connection and configure its such as connection type
Advanced Settings
Configure advanced parameters of the Ethernet
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Configuring Ethernet Settings
To configure Ethernet go to Apps > Ethernet > Configure Ethernet
*Ethernet OFF is set by default. Swipe Ethernet ON to activate Ethernet connection.
Connection Type
Setting
Description
DHCP (default)
The device automatically capture IP-address from the router
Static IP
Allows to manually set up IP-address, DNS, Network and Gateway
Checking the Ethernet Settings
To check the Ethernet go to APPS > Ethernet > Check Ethernet
Ethernet settings menu appears on the top right side of the desktop.
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Blanking
Winmate® FM10A has screen blanking function. Once activated, it will lock the screen display to prevent or restrict
the use of the in-vehicle computer. This application allows setting the threshold to perform preset actions while device
is moving. When enabled Blanking function reduces visual, cognitive, and physical distractions by limiting device
functionality while the vehicle is in motion.
To set up threshold actions:
Step 1 Choose both of these conditions or either one to set up the threshold.
Step 2 Select what action you want to perform while the threshold had been triggered.
Item
Setting
Setting Options
Description
1
G-Sensor
Threshold Level
Level 0 ~ Level 10
When the sensitivity reaches G-Sensor Threshold Level,
screen blanking function will be activated in 2 seconds
2
GPS Threshold
0 km/hr ~ 99 km/hr
When the speed reaches GPS threshold settings,
screen blanking function will be activated in 2 seconds
Screen Off
Screen is going blank.
3
4
Operation
OFF
Touch Off
Locks touch function.
Show Dialog
Warning “Moving too fast” appears on the screen each
time G-Sensor Threshold Level / GPS Threshold level
exceeds preset parameters.
-
Turn OFF screen blanking function.
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Winmate® Key Mapping (WKM)
Winmate® FM10A Vehicle Mounted Computer comes with preinstalled APP called Winmate® Key Mapping (WKM)
which let users to assign functions of function keys F1 ~ F10.
To set function keys open Winmate® Key Mapping (WKM) application (
).
You can set the application which the favorite you want as a shortcut in corresponding key.
Default Settings:
Function Key
Description
F1 + F2
Touch Keypad Lock/ Unlock
F2 + F3
Lamp On/Off
F3 + F4
Volume adjustment
F4 + F5
Brightness adjustment (Panel +Keypad)
Long press F4
Internal / External antenna switch
Long press F5
Camera
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In Application Selector window, click F1 to open the drop-down menu of function keys. In this example, we have
selected to set up functions for F1 function key.
Choose the function key and then select a Default application that will be opened by pressing on the function key
you’ve selected. Press Clean to reset a function of the function key to previous settings.
To disable the function key press Disable button.
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Winmate® Home Manager (WHM)
Winmate® FM10A Vehicle Mounted Computer comes with preinstalled APP called Winmate® Home Manager (WHM)
which let the device manager to lock the launcher then the user can only use one application assigned by the device
manager.
How to Lock Applications
Step 1 In the main APPS window, select the Home Manager APP and tap it to open.
Item
Description
Home Manager
User can set which app to run up automatically after booting.
Password Manager
User can set WHM password. Default password is “0000”.
About
In this menu user can check information about WHM
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Step 2 Go to “Application Selector”, and chose the app which you want to run up automatically after booting.
Step 3 Go back to “Home Selector” and press “Clear and Reset Default Home”.
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Step 4 Select “Restrict Home” and “Always”, and then restart the computer to enable these settings.
The system will automatically start the application which you selected and lock it. Any time user presses home key or
back key, the system will go back to the same application which you have selected.
How to Reset WHM Settings
Step 1 If you want to reset the home manager settings, pull down the left side to open the status bar and open
HomeManager service.
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Step 2 System will request the password to login.
Default password is “0000”.
Step 3 Restart the system and you will go back to the normal Launcher.
Step 4 In the Home manager->Home Selector Tab-> click the “Clear and Rest Default Home”. Specify the
“Launcher 3” and “Always”, it would go back to the origin launcher.
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How to Change WHM Password
Step 1 Go to Password Manager and set your own password for this APP.
Step 2 The default password is “0000”. Enter a new password in New Password field, and then tap Change
Password.
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Bluetooth
Your device has integrated Bluetooth capabilities for short-range wireless communication between Bluetoothenabled devices. You can transfer files, playback audio, configure virtual serial ports, and share network
connection via Bluetooth.
By default, the Bluetooth feature is enabled as indicated by the Bluetooth icon on the taskbar.
To Enable the Bluetooth:
1. Pull down from the top right of the screen to open the status area.
2. Check the status of the Bluetooth Icon.
3. To turn the Bluetooth on or off, tap Bluetooth. A check mark indicates the Bluetooth adapter is turned on.
4. Click the Bluetooth icon in the windows notification area, a contextual menu for Bluetooth is displayed.
NOTE:
When FM10A is connected to other devices by Bluetooth, the flash light will be ON.
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To add a device:
1. Go to Settings > Bluetooth.
2.
Choose the Bluetooth device that you want to connect and follow onscreen prompt to continue
pairing and using the Bluetooth device.
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Connecting to Wi-Fi Networks
Turn On Wi-Fi and Connect to Wi-Fi Network
1. Pull down from the right top of the screen to open the status area.
2. Check the status of Wi-Fi
The device scans for available Wi-Fi networks and displays the list of it. Secured networks are indicated
with a lock icon
If the device finds a network that you have connected previously, it connects to it automatically.
3. Tap a network to connect to it;
 If the network is open, you are prompted to confirm that you want to connect it by tapping Connect
 If the network is secured, users are prompted to enter a password or other credentials
4. To check the details about the speed, security, address and related settings, tap its name in the Wi-Fi
settings screen.
Adding Wi-Fi Network
1. Turn on Wi-Fi, in the Wi-Fi settings screen, tap + icon (at the bottom right of the list of discovered
networks)
2. Input the SSID (name) of the network, if the network is secured, tap the security menu and then tap the
type of security deployed on the network.
3. Enter any required security credentials.
4. Tap Save.
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NOTE:
When FM10A is connected to other devices by Wi-Fi, the flash light will be ON.
WWAN
For vehicle computers equipped with wireless WAN (3G or 4G/LTE) card, to use the wireless WAN feature to
connect to the network, perform the following procedure:
1. Go to Settings > More > Mobile Networks > Data Enabled
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You can check the wireless WAN connection status through the wireless network connection status icon in
the status area. Pull down from the right top of the screen to get the notifications area. The more bars
encompassed, the better the signal is.
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Camera Features
Your device has a built in camera.
Opening the Camera
Tap on camera icon to open the camera.
The Camera Menu
No
Item
1
Location setting
Tap to open location settings.
2
Make a picture
Tap to immediately capture photos.
Camera settings
Tap to open camera settings.
2.1
Icon
Description
Shooting Photos
1. Open the Camera.
2. Focus on the object.
3. Tap
to capture the object.
4. By default, the photo preview is displayed briefly on the screen.
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The preview screen automatically closes after 3 seconds. Alternatively, do one of the following:
•
Tap
to delete the photo and return to the camera screen.
•
Tap
to close the preview and return to the camera screen.
Location Settings
Tap
No
4
5
6
to open location settings.
Item
Location
Countdown timer
Picture size
Icon
Description
Tap to change location settings.
Tap to set countdown timer.
Tap to change picture size.
Options available: 1.3MP, VGA, QVGA
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Camera Settings
Tap
to open camera settings.
No
Item
Icon
Description
7 Zoom in/ Zoom out
Tap to zoom in or zoom out the picture.
8 Exposure
Tap to change exposure settings.
Shooting Videos
Short tap
> Tap
to make a video.
Shooting Panoramic Images
Short tap
> Tap
to make panoramic pictures.
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Software Update
Follow the software update guide to update the software. All the programming guides can be found in the driver
CD included in the package.
You need to download image tool driver to the SD card. Insert SD card to the FM10A device to perform OTA
Updates.
Image Tool Download
Download OS Image Tool update guide:
1. Winmate Download Center
http://www.winmate.com.tw/ > Support > Download Center > VMC > FM10A > OS Image
Or follow the link: http://www.winmate.com/DownCenter/DownLoadCenter.asp?DownType=4003
2. Winmate File Share
http://www.winmate.com.tw/ > Support > Partner Portal > Public Documents > VMC > FM10A > OS Image
Update Guide
Or follow the link: https://winmate.box.com/v/VMC-FM10A
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OTA Update Guide
OTA is a tool which can help you to update OS image. To receive Android OS image file contact our sales
representatives. Once you get the image file follow the guideline below.
Step 1 Copy image files ota_FA33_X_X_X_X.zip and FA33_X_X_X_X. md5 and to micro SD card.
Step 2 Insert micro SD card to the slot in the HMI device.
In the APPs menu tap OTA Image Upd.
Step 3 The system is checking OTA File. It may take some time.
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Step 4 Tap Update Image
Step 5 Make sure the file founded by the system is image update file.
Tap OK.
Step 6 Tap OK. Make sure the battery level is at least 50%.
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Step 7 Tap OK.
IMPORTANT:
Do not disconnect the power source!
Do not remove the battery!
Step 8 After update the system will automatically restart.
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OS Image Update Guide
Step 1 Decompress the archive FSL_MFG_TOOL_WM.zip
Step 2 Go to the directory “FSL_MFG_TOOL_WM\Profiles\MX6Q Linux Update\OS Firmware\files\android”.
Step 3 Move the following items to one folder: the u-boot-6q.bin, boot.img, system.img, userdata_img.tar.gz
and recovery.img
Step 4 In FSL_MFG_TOOL_WM folder that you decompressed in Step 1 click “MfgTool2.exe”.
MfgTool_MultiPanel window pops up.
Step 5 Go to the main APPS screen > Settings
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Step 6 Go to Settings > About tablet
Step 7 Go to Settings > About tablet > Additional system updates
Step 8 Warning menu pops up. Confirm the system update by clicking YES.
IMPORTANT:
Ensure that OTG and power already connected. Do not disconnect the OTG from the source of
power while system is updating.
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Step 9 Enter the hint number 1655 to confirm the update and click OK.
Step 10 In the dialog click Yes to shut down and restart the system.
Step 11 After the system reboot you will be able to see the system change.
No Device Connected > HID-compliant.
Step 12 Click Start to upgrade the system.
Step 13 After the Successful Done will appear on the upper left side of the screen.
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5
Accessories Installation
Installing a SIM Card
The Vehicle mounted computer supports data connection using 3G or 4G/LTE SIM cards and fits Micro-SIM card.
(Note: 4G/LTE feature is optional). Perform the following to install the SIM card to your vehicle mounted computer:
1. Remove the service window in the right side of the device by unscrewing two screws
2. Remove the screw that is securing the service window, carefully lift the cover up
3. Locate the SIM card slot and then insert it (the IC contact patch side of the SIM Card faces toward the front side of
the device)
4. Make sure the SIM Card IC contact patch is facing the right direction (as shown in the picture below)
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Installing a Micro SD Card
Micro SD card can be used to store files in the vehicle mounted computer, user can copy / download / upload files to
and from the VMC. Perform the following to install the SIM card to your device.
1. Remove the service windows in right side of the device by unscrewing two screws
2. Remove the screw that is securing the service window, carefully lift the cover up
3. Locate the Micro SD Card slot and then insert it, the label side of the Micro SD card faces toward the back
of the device
4. Make sure the micro SD card is faced the right direction (as shown in the picture below)
1. Reposition the removed service window and then screw to secure the service window
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Installing a Stylus with the holder
Perform the following to dock the device
1.
Align the screw hole between the stylus holder and the rear side of device, fasten it with the given screw.
2.
Make sure the direction is correct as following picture.
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6
Vehicle Mounting
Introduction
The FM10A is designed to be mounted to a docking station on the vehicle with RAM mount. The vehicle mount
holds the dock and FM10A attaches to the dock. The FM10A can operate on another vehicle equipped with the
docking station without the need to mount the device again. The vehicle dock has a latch located on the top side that
allows removing FM10A from the dock. The FM10A has UPS battery that is designed to supply power to FM10A for
a minimum of 30 minutes when the unit is not attached to the dock.
Rear Side of the FM10A
Front Side of the Vehicle Dock
C. Release Latch
A. Golden Connector
D. Golden Connector
B. Guide Pin Holes
F. Guide Pin
Vehicle Mount Instruction
Make sure that the FM10A does not obstruct the driver’s vision and ensures safe driving.
The general steps to mount the device on the vehicle are as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Install RAM mount to the vehicle.
Place FM10A to the docking station.
Secure the keyboard (optional).
Adjust the viewing angle of the FM10A.
Install antennas if necessary.
Connect peripheral devices and cables.
Connect vehicle power.
Secure all cables.
*Refer to “RAM Mount Installation” section of this User Manual for RAM mount and keyboard installation instructions.
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RAM Mount Installation
The docking of this device is designed to be mounted to RAM Mount solutions, which provides various mount types
to fit any industrial use or vehicle.
Mounting Kit 1 – No Drill Solution
Part Number: 98K000A0005Y
The docking of this device is designed to be mounted to RAM Mount solutions, which provides various types of
mount types to fit any industrial use or vehicle. Each mounting kit consists of:
No
Component
Winmate Part
Number
RAM Mount
Part Number
Description
A
RAM Clamp
Mounts - on the
forklift
9B000000007T
RAM-D-247U-4
Clamp base with 2.25” Ball
1
B
RAM Arm
9B000000007S
RAM-D-201U
Arm for 2.25” Ball(L:8.375”)
1
C
RAM Ball on the
device side
9B000000007U
RAM-D-2461U
75x75mm VESA with 2.25” Ball
1
C-1
Screw
913511101149
-
SUS304 M5 x 12mm Screw
5
C-2
Washer
91351110111Y
-
M5 Washer
5
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QTY
Mounting Kit 2 – Drill Solution
Part Number: 98K000A0006P
No
Component
Winmate Part
Number
RAM Mount Part
Number
Description
QTY
A1
RAM round base
mounts - on the
forklift
9B000000008R
RAM-D-202U
3.68” Round Base with 2.25”
Ball
1
A1-1
Screw
91351110112N -
-
SUS304 M8 x 40mm Screw
5
B
RAM Arm
9B000000007S
RAM-D-201U
Arm for 2.25” Ball
(Length:8.375”)
1
C
RAM Ball on the
device side
9B000000007U
RAM-D-2461U
75x75mm VESA with 2.25”
Ball
1
C-1
Screw
913511101149
-
SUS304 M5 x 12mm Screw
5
C-2
Washer
91351110111Y
-
M5 Washer
5
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RAM Mount Assembly
Step 1 Install RAM Clamp to vehicle or forklift
1.1 Determine the position for mounting the RAM clamp mount according to RAM Mounts installation
guide and specification.
1.2 Place the upper clamp with ball on the beam, insert the bolt.
1.3 Place the lower clamp below the beam. Align the bolts with the holes in the lower clamp.
1.4 Place the nuts and then tighten it.
Step 2 Install RAM Ball base to vehicle dashboard / other surface.
2.1 Please make sure that the surface is flat and rigid.
2.2 Attach the RAM ball base to the vehicle and fix it using bolt or fasteners.
Step 3 Attach RAM Mount Ball to the device docking.
3.1 Turn the device off before installing the RAM mount ball.
3.2 Locate the VESA mount holes on the back of the device and align it with the holes from RAM Ball
base. Fix with four M5 screws.
Step 4 Attach the device to RAM arm.
4.1 Insert the RAM arm over the ball on the vehicle RAM mount (shown here).
4.2 Insert the ball on the dock into the RAM arm and tighten the knob.
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Mounting Kit 3 – Keyboard Mounting Installation
Part Number: 98K000A0005X
No
Component
Winmate Part
Number
RAM Mount Part
Number
Description
QTY
D
Winmate Keyboard
Adapter Plate
(designed by
Winmate)
821009131600
-
4 VESA Holes on the plate to
device and 4 AMPS holes to
RAM Ball
1
D-1
Screw
91351110113A
-
SUS304 M5 x 20mm Screw
5
D-2
Washer
91351110111Y
-
M5 WASHER
5
E
RAM Ball on the
sloped part of
the keyboard adapter
plate
9B000000007P
RAM-202U
2.5" Round Base with 1.5" Ball
1
E-1
Screw
91351110111W
-
SUS304 M4 x 14mm Screw
5
E-2
Washer
91351110111X
-
M4 WASHER
5
F
RAM Arm
9B000000007Q
RAM-201U
Arm for 1.5" Ball (Length:5.6")
1
G
RAM Ball on the
sloped part of
the keyboard adapter
plate
9B000000007P
RAM-202U
2.5" Round Base with 1.5" Ball
1
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Keyboard Assembly
This part shows the steps to install the keyboard.
1. Fasten all four screws on the RAM mount ball on the back of the keyboard.
2. Fasten the keyboard adapter on the other end of the RAM mount ball.
3. Fasten the RAM mount ball screws on the back of the device, so all mounting parts are fastening together.
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Docking and Undocking the Device
Perform the following to dock the device:
1. Align the golden connector and guide pin holes on the device with the golden connector and guide
pins on the docking station
2. Insert the device into the guide pin holes on the docking station
3. Slightly push the upper part of the device towards the docking station until you hear the “click” sound,
including the device is fixed on the docking station.
2.
1.
NOTE
3.
Condition
Result
If the battery is full and power is connected to
the dock.
The battery indicator is off.
If the battery is low and power is connected to
the dock.
The battery indicator is orange.
Perform the following to undock the device:
1. While holding the device, push the release latch on the docking station and then lift the device to un-dock it.
1.
2.
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Power Cable Installation
Wiring the Power Cable
WARNING!/ AVERTISSEMENT!
This procedure requires a trained service personnel only, improper installation can cause serious
damage to the vehicle or the device.
Cette procédure nécessite un personnel de maintenance qualifié uniquement, une mauvaise
installation peut causer des dommages importants au véhicule ou le dispositif.
Connecting the Power Cable for Testing
IMPORTANT:
It is highly recommended to purchase the power cable for testing purpose.
Wiring steps:
1. Place the device on the vehicle dock and make sure the device is Off.
2. Connect the CN2 to the FM10A vehicle dock by aligning the connector pins and then push it, twist to fasten
the connection.
3. Connect the AC plug to the electrical outlet.
4. Switch the power switch On , located on the back of the vehicle dock
5. Press the On button, the device is ready for testing
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Connecting the power cable for installation on the vehicle
WARNING!/ AVERTISSEMENT!
This power cable should only be used on the 24, 36, or 48 Volt forklifts. Note that, this power
cable cannot work for 12 Volt forklifts.
Ce câble d'alimentation ne doit être utilisé sur les 24, 36, ou 48 chariots élévateurs Volt. Notez
que, ce câble d'alimentation ne peut pas travailler pour 12 chariots élévateurs Volt.
WARNING!/ AVERTISSEMENT!
Select a mounting location and make sure it is not located on the outside the vehicle.
Sélectionnez un emplacement de montage et assurez-vous qu'il ne se trouve pas à l'extérieur
du véhicule.
Color
Red
Black
Green
Blue
Symbol
VCC+
VCCGround
Ignition input (optional)
WARNING!/ AVERTISSEMENT!
Do not perform the installation on a moving or live electric forklift.
Ne pas effectuer l'installation sur un mobile ou un chariot élévateur électrique sous tension.
Wiring steps:
1. Remove the vehicle battery before connecting the power cable
2. Connect the Green Wire (Ground) to the vehicle’s chassis (grounding), which can also be negative pole of the
battery
3. Place the fuse and fuse holder in-line of the red (VCC +) and Blue (ignition) wires as shown below.
Fuse Specification :
Two Fuses , 15A, 250Volt, UDA Type Fuses
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WARNING!/ AVERTISSEMENT!
All power wiring must use the supplied power cable.
Tout le câblage électrique doit utiliser le câble d'alimentation fourni.
4. Slide tubing over wires, remove the wires and insert it to the fuse holder, crimp it.
5. Connect the red wire to the vehicle’s positive power source. Connect the black wire to the vehicle’s negative
power source.
6. Connect the blue wire to the vehicle’s ignition switch for the ignition function.
With Ignition Function
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7. The ignition cable (Blue cable) must be connected to the battery negative if the customer does not want to have
ignition function , as following.
Without Ignition Function
8. Secure the power cable to the device using cable clamps and place the device in the dock. Refer to
Power cable routing.
WARNING!/ AVERTISSEMENT!
Use the proper cable clamps and do not over tighten it to prevent it from break.
Utilisez les pinces appropriées du câble et ne serrez pas pour l'empêcher de pause.
9. Press the power switch on the back of the dock See Power switch.
10. Press the power button on the front of the device See Power Button.
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Vehicle Installation
Office Test / Evaluation
With Ignition
Without Ignition
Power Mode
Ignition-On mode
AC/DC Mode
Auto-On
Auto-On is ON
Auto-On is ON
Ignition
Trigger On Signal
On
Power
Button
On Delay
√
√
X
X
X
√ (press for 2 sec)
Power Connector
Turn Off
Ignition
Trigger Off Signal
Off
Power
Button
0 Second (Default) adjustable by AP
AC/DC Mode
Auto-On is
OFF
AP to switch
BIOS switch
X
√
X
X
√
√
√
First time use: Install all the
power cables require for
testing. Switch the power
switch On, located on the
dock and then the device will
Auto On / boot up in 10
second.
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Power cable routing
There are many cables available for the FM10A including power cable, CAN Bus cable, or USB cable. To secure
these cables, there are five cable clamps secured the FM10 vehicle dock to prevent the cable strain. To secure audio,
power, and I/O cables perform the following action:
1. Determine the proper strain relief cable clamps; there are different sizes of the clamps depending on the
thickness of the cable. For example, the largest clamp is designed to secure the power cable.
2. Remove the cable clamps from the vehicle dock by releasing the screw. Put the screw and save in it the
secure location.
3. Slide the clamp over the cable.
4. Refasten the cable clamp to the dock, adjust the tension in the cable to allow it to be connected and
disconnected when needed.
5. Repeat this step until all cables are secured to the dock.
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Appendix A: Technical Specifications
Item
Specifications
System Specifications
Processor
Freescale Cortex A9 i.MX6 Dual Core
System Memory
1G LPDDR3
Storage
16GB eMMC
Operating System
Android 4.4
Display Specifications
Size / Technology
10.4" (4:3)
Resolution
1024 x 768
Viewing Angle
-88~88(H) ; -88~88(V)
Brightness
400 nits
Touch
P-CAP multi-touch
Wireless Communications
WLAN
802.11 a/b/g/n
Bluetooth
Bluetooth 4.0
GPS
Optional u-blox NEO-6Q (Located at the vehicle dock)
WWAN
Optional 4G (LTE,HSPA+, GSM/ GPRS/ EDGE, EV-DO Rev A, 1 x RTT)
Optional 3G (HSPA+, GSM/GPRS/EDGE)
Data Capture
Camera
2MP Front camera
Mechanical Specifications
Computer: 268 x 214 x 35 mm (10.6" x 8.42" x 1.37")
Dimensions (W x L x H)
Docking: 202 x 245 x 52 mm (7.9" x 9.6" x 2.04")
Housing
Weight
Magnesium Alloy housing with fanless design
Computer 1.7kg
Docking 1.6kg
Environment Considerations
Operating Temperature
-30°C to 50°C (-22° to 122° F)
Storage Temperature
-30°C to 60°C (-22° to 140°F)
Humidity
5% to 95% RH, non-condensing
IP Proof
IP65
Impact
Support EN62262 IK07 rating
Shock
Compliant with MIL-STD-810G Method 516.6 Procedure I
Vibration
Compliant with MIL-STD-810G Method 514.6 Procedure I
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Standards and Certifications
Safety
CE, FCC, UL60950-1, EN60950-1
ESD
Compliant with EN61000-4-2 (Enhanced ESD to ±12kV direct & ±15kV air)
I/O Connectors
Computer
1 x SIM card slot
1 x Micro SD card slot
1 x USB 3.0
1 x 12V DC IN power input jack
Docking Station
1 x COM 1
1 x COM 2
1 x USB 2.0 port (support 2 x USB2.0)
1 x CAN Bus or 1 x Audio*CAN Bus is either one with COM port
1 x 400 Mbps LAN port (Optional PoE as a Power sourcing equipment
(PSE) support 802.3at Type 2)
1 x power connector, SMA connector for external antenna (Wi-Fi, GPS
(Optional), WWAN (Optional))
Power Management
Power Input
10V-60V with isolation power and ignition control
UPS Battery
7.4V typ. 3800mAh Li-Polymer Battery (2S1P)
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Appendix B: Ordering Information
FM10A Series available in the following configurations:
Model Number
Specifications
FM10A
Standard
FM10A-HT
Built-in Defroster
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Winmate Inc.
9F, No.111-6, Shing-De Rd., San-Chung District,
New Taipei City 24158, Taiwan, R.O.C
Tel: 886-2-8511-0288
Fax: 886-2-8511-0211
Email: sales@winmate.com.tw
Official website: www.winmate.com