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DC 6990
User Manual DC 6990 Languages
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents .................................... 2
Delete language file ............................ 11
Introduction ............................................ 3
Import language file ........................... 12
Buttons and windows in the FUU ............. 3
Export language file ............................ 12
Preparing the system .............................. 4
View system language status.............. 13
Before you start .................................... 4
View unit language status................... 15
General guidelines ................................ 4
Manage languages on DC 6990 P ........... 17
Locked units ......................................... 4
Upload language file(s) ...................... 17
Firmware Upgrade Utility (FUU) ........... 4
Delete language file(s) ....................... 20
Connecting the FUU – Firmware Upgrade
Utility ................................................... 5
Open Language Library ....................... 23
Checking the ‘Error Status’ window ...... 6
Create/edit languages for DC 6990 P ...... 7
Quick guide........................................... 7
Factory labels ....................................... 7
Create new language file ...................... 8
Enable new languages ........................ 25
Enable dynamic text ........................... 28
Changing of start image to DC 6990 P ... 31
Upload a start image ........................... 31
Delete a start image ........................... 34
Edit language file ................................ 10
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Introduction
This manual describes how to upload of language files and start-up bitmap in DC 6990 Conference Units
using the FUU Firmware Upgrade Utility.
Buttons and windows in the FUU
’Upgrade CU firmware
buttons’
Press those buttons to
upgrade the firmware in the
CU ’U
d PPC’ &
’Update status button’
’Command line’ button
Press this buttons to update
the status of the units
connected
Press this Icon to get a
window for sending
commands to the CU
’Status window’
This window shows the
status and give messages to
’CU window’
Those windows shows
’Type’, ’Serial number’ &
’Firmware version’ (’PPC’ &
’DSP’ version) of the CU.
’Present Units window’
All units present in the
’Selected Units window’
Unit, which are selected for
upgrading are shown in this
“Select unit” buttons
Select one of the units in the
’Present Units window’ and
press the ’Add unit button’
to add ’Selected Units
’Remove buttons’
’Upgrade Units button’
’Set Feature Id button’
Press those buttons to either
remove a selected unit or to
remove all units from the
’S l t d U it
i d ’
Press this button to
upgrade the units
present in the ’Selected
U it
i d ’
Press this button change
the Feature setting for the
selected units
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Preparing the system
Before you start
The following equipment is needed:
•
A PC with an LAN port
•
A Ethernet LAN cable
•
The DCS 6000 Firmware Upgrade Utility
(FUU)
•
The DCS 6000 Firmware Library
General guidelines
Check that all communication in the system is
stable before performing updates.
IMPORTANT: NEVER REMOVE POWER FROM
A SYSTEM PERFORMING AN UPDATE.
Errors in the update procedure may render the
units unusable, so do not update a system just
before a critical meeting if you have no spare
equipment.
If for some reason the update fails for one or
more units but power has not been removed it is
usually possible to do the update again and units
that did not correctly update the first time will
continue where they stopped the second time
around.
Locked units
If a unit displays the message “Locked” in the
LCD display, then the firmware version in the
unit is not compatible with the firmware in the
Central Unit and the firmware in the unit has to
be upgraded/downgraded.
Firmware Upgrade Utility (FUU)
The DCS 6000 ‘Firmware Upgrade Utility’ (FUU) is
included in the Firmware Releases.
IMPORTANT: Always use the latest version
of the FUU.
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Connecting the FUU – Firmware Upgrade Utility
1.
Unzip the zip file containing a
Firmware Upgrade Library folder and
a FUU folder to the desktop or
another convenient location on the
PC.
2.
Connect the PC to the CCU or CU
61xx using a LAN cable and switch
on the CU 6xxx.
3.
Browse to the folder
‘DIS_Firmware_Upgrade_Utility_xxx’
And open the folder
4.
Start DIS Firmware Upgrade Utility
(FUU) in the FUU folder by doubleclicking the icon.
5.
The FUU starts.
The FUU application will
automatically find the folders with
the firmware releases and the
language files.
6.
Select to use Ethernet connection.
Check the Ethernet settings by
selecting ‘Ethernet connection to
CU/CCU’.
Type the CU/CCU IP address in IP
address field. Use IP port 3142.
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The FUU will now show all units in
the system as well as information
about the CU.
Checking the ‘Error Status’ window
8.
Before any languages upload is
performed the ‘Error Status’ has to
be checked.
The error in the communication
from the units to the CU/CCU can be
checked clicking ‘View/View Error
status Window’
Basically this window shall show no
errors in the system. However in
large systems, there might be
generated some errors during startup.
The error counter can be reset by
clicking ‘Reset error counters in CU’.
After resetting the counters, no
error must be present. If a counter
is counting up, it is a clear
indication, that there are
communication errors.
IMPORTANT: DON’T DO ANY
UPLOAD IF THERE ARE ERRORS
IN THE COMMUNICATION.
If errors are present or for more test
options, please refer to the manual
‘Upgrade Manual DCS 6000’.
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Create/edit languages for DC 6990 P
There are two types of texts available on the DC
6990 P: static text and dynamic text. The static
text is all the fixed text or ‘labels’ on the buttons,
menu headings and system messages that lie in
the firmware. The dynamic text is all the text
received from the SW 6000 either at system
start-up or during the use of the system like
conference names, agenda, delegate names,
voting parameters etc.
The following sections deal with creating,
changing and deleting the static text while the
very last section deals with enabling the dynamic
text from the SW 6000.
Quick guide
To get started with the language setup first
download and unzip the Firmware Release folder
from the DIS web site. The folder contains three
sub-folders; FUU, FUU_language_library and
FUU_Library_Release. Do not rename any of the
folders or files or move the files outside the
designated folders as this may prevent the FUU
from working.
Open the FUU and upgrade the system to the
latest firmware release.
Upload the language files to the DC 6990 P units
following the instructions in the section ‘Manage
Languages in DC 6990’’
Upload Language files and enable the languages
on the units following the instructions in the
section ‘Enable New Languages’.
If the system is used with the SW6000, the
dynamic text can be enabled following the
instructions in the section ‘Enable Dynamic Text’.
Factory labels
DC 6990 P’s with Firmware Release 6.6 (or later)
contain default (English) factory labels only.
Upgrades from earlier releases to release 6.6 will
remove all language files.
To enable more languages on the units it is
necessary to upload the required language files
to the units using the FUU. A number of language
files are freely available in the ‘Firmware Release’
folder. DIS does not take any responsibility for
the accuracy of these language files, the
compatibility with current/future versions or the
availability of language files for new firmware
releases.
The default (English) factory labels cannot be
deleted. To change the default (English) factory
labels on the units, an English language file must
be created and uploaded to the units. The English
language file will subsequently overwrite the
factory labels. If the English language file is later
deleted, the units will display the factory
(English) labels.
Language files that are not fully translated will
display the default (English) factory label where
the translation is missing.
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Create new language file
9.
Open Library -> Edit Language
Library.
The library is empty when there
are no language files available
other than the factory labels on
the DC 6990 P.
Select the ‘New Translation File’
button.
10. A pop-up window appears.
11. Select a Language in the dropdown ‘Language’ list and enter
an optional comment in the
‘Comment’ field.
Note: If there is
already a
language file with
the same
LocaleID, the new
language file will
overwrite the
Press ‘Next’.
12. Qt Linguist opens up.
13. Select the
‘DisSetupMenuWidget’ label
collection in the Context
window.
Select the first label ‘Unit Type’
in the Strings window.
Enter the translation in the
‘Language translation’ field in
the window below.
Use the Developer comments
above the Language translation
field to understand the label.
Button texts should be kept as
short as possible.
There is no way to see if the
translation is too long other
than uploading the language to
the DC 6990 P and visually
inspect it.
14. Press Ctrl + Return to mark the
translation as done and
continue to the next unfinished
translation on the list.
15. Translate all 32 labels.
Select the ‘QObject’ label
collection in the Context
window and translate the
remaining 127 labels.
If there are any un-translated
labels, the units will show the
factory labels instead (English).
16. Select File -> Save to save the
translations or optionally press
Ctrl + S.
Do not save the file with
another name or file extension.
This will corrupt the file.
Close Qt Linguist.
17. Close the ‘FUU Language
Library’ window.
Edit language file
18. Open Library -> Edit Language
Library.
Mark the translation file to be
edited and select the ‘Edit
Translation File’ button.
19. A pop-up window appears.
Press ‘Next’.
20. Qt Linguist opens up.
21. Select the label to edit in the
Strings window.
Change the translation in the
‘Language translation’ field in
the window below.
Press Ctrl + Return to mark the
translation as done.
Select the next label to edit.
Select File -> Save to save the
translations or optionally press
Ctrl + S.
Close Qt Linguist.
22. Close the ‘FUU Language
Library’ window.
Delete language file
23. Open Library -> Edit Language
Library.
Mark the translation file to be
deleted and select the ‘Delete
Translation File’ button.
Close the ‘FUU Language
Library’ window.
Import language file
24. Open Library -> Edit Language
Library.
Select the ‘Import Translation
Files’ button.
25. A file browser window opens
up.
Browse for the file to import,
select it and press ‘Open’.
26. The imported file is now listed
in the FUU Language Library.
Close the ‘FUU Language
Library’ window.
Export language file
27. Open Library -> Edit Language
Library.
Mark the translation file to be
exported and select the ‘Export
Translation File’ button.
28. A file browser window opens
up.
Browse to the desired location
and press ‘Save’.
29. Close the ‘FUU Language
Library’ window.
View system language status
30. The two status indicators to the
left of the DIS logo shows the
system firmware and language
status.
The Firmware Status field will
display ‘OK’ if the firmware in
all units is up to date and
compatible. Otherwise it will
display ‘Firmware Upgrade
Needed’.
The Language Status field will
display ‘OK’ if all the language
files available in the FUU are
also available on the units.
Otherwise it will display
‘Language Upgrade Needed’.
Any changes made to a
language file after it has been
uploaded to the units will not
be seen in the Language Status
field. It is therefore important
to upload the edited language
file to the units right after
editing to make sure the latest
version is on the units.
Also please notice that the
language status has no impact
on the system performance.
The system will always work
independently of the language
status.
If a language upgrade is
required, it is possible to get a
system overview of the existing
and missing language files in
the ‘View Language status
(DC69 units)’ menu.
31. Open View -> View Language
status (DC69 units).
32. The ‘Languages on Units’
window displays the available
languages in the Language
column.
If some language files have not
been uploaded to the DC 6990
P’s this will be indicated in the
‘On all units’ and ‘Status’
columns.
Close the ‘Languages on Units’
window.
Note: Any changes made to a
language file after it has been
uploaded to the units will not be seen
in the Status column. It is therefore
important to upload the edited
language file to the units right after
editing to make sure the latest version
is on the units
View unit language status
33. The individual language status
of the units can be seen in the
Present Units list. All units that
require a language upgrade are
marked by ‘!’ in the Lang. Rel.
ID column.
Open the ‘Show unit status’ to
see more details on the units’
individual language status.
34. Mark a DC 6990 P unit on the
unit list, right-click and select
‘Show unit status’.
35. A ‘unit status’ window appears
indicating the available
languages on the unit.
If there are languages available
in the FUU that are not
uploaded to the unit this will be
indicated by a ‘Language
Update Required’ message.
Close the ‘unit status’ window.
Note: Any changes made to a
language file after it has been
uploaded to the unit will not be
registered with a ‘Language Update
Required’ message. It is therefore
important to upload the edited
language file to the unit right after
Manage languages on DC 6990 P
Upload language file(s)
36. Change the FUU to the
Advanced FUU Layout in Setup
-> Advanced FUU Layout.
37. Extra buttons appears in the
FUU.
38. Select the DC 6990 P(s) on the
unit list that requires a
language upgrade by using the
‘Select unit type’ or ‘Select unit’
button.
Press ‘Upgrade Languages’.
39. An ‘Upgrade Languages on
Units’ window opens up.
Select the ‘Send languages to
DC69 units’ tab.
40. Select the languages to upload
by manually selecting them or
select them all by using the
‘Select All’ button.
Press ‘Send Languages to Units’
to upload the selected
languages.
Please note that if a language
file already exists on the units
and a new language file for this
language is sent to the units,
the existing language file will be
replaced by the new one. It is
only possible to have one
language file per language at a
time.
41. The FUU starts uploading the
language files and a ‘System
Upgrade Status’ window opens
up.
42. When the language files are
uploaded the ‘System Upgrade
Status’ window displays
‘Upgrade complete’.
Close the window.
43. The units will reset and appear
as Lost.
When the units come up again
the units will appear as Active
and the system status
indicators will show status ‘OK’
if all the language files were
uploaded to all units.
Delete language file(s)
44. Change the FUU to the
Advanced FUU Layout in Setup
-> Advanced FUU Layout.
45. Extra buttons appears in the
FUU.
46. Select the DC 6990 P(s) on the
unit list that needs to have
some language files deleted by
using the ‘Select unit type’ or
‘Select unit’ button.
Press ‘Upgrade Languages’.
47. An ‘Upgrade Languages on
Units’ window opens up.
Select the ‘Delete languages on
DC 6990 P units’ tab.
48. Select the languages to delete
by manually selecting them or
select them all by using the
‘Select All’ button.
Press the ‘Delete Languages on
Units’ button.
49. Confirm that you want to delete
the languages by selecting the
‘Continue’ button.
50. The FUU starts deleting the
language files and a ‘System
Upgrade Status’ window opens
up.
51. When the language files have
been deleted the ‘System
Upgrade Status’ window
displays ‘Upgrade complete’.
Close the window.
52. The units will reset and appear
as Lost.
When the units come up again
the units will appear as Active
and the system status
indicators will show status
‘Language Upgrade Needed’ if
some/all the language files
were deleted on the units.
Open Language Library
53. Open Library -> Edit Language
Library.
The FUU language library is
automatically created when the
FUU is opened the first time.
The location of the language
library can be seen from the
path below the ‘FUU Language
Library’ heading.
54. To change the language library
open Language/Select
Language Library.
55. A file browser window opens
up.
Browse for the language library
to open, select it and press
‘Open’.
56. A new language library is now
loaded with all its associated
language files.
Open Library -> Edit Language
Library to view the available
language files.
Enable new languages
When new language files have been uploaded to
the DC 6990 P’s it is also necessary to enable
these languages on the units.
This has only to be done on one DC 6990 P
regardless of the unit type. The last DC 6990 P in
the system to change the language setup will
determine the system configuration.
57. Access the Main screen or any other screen with the
scroll bar on a DC 6990 P.
Open the ‘Setup’ menu by pressing the scroll down
button and the left push button at the same time.
58. The ‘Setup’ menu appears on the unit.
Select the ‘Languages’ menu.
59. Enable the languages to be shown on the DC 6990 P by
pressing ‘Enable Lang’ for the required languages.
60. The selected languages turn red when enabled.
If there is more than one language enabled, the user will
be prompted with a language selection page at next
login.
If there is only one language enabled, the user will not
be prompted with a language selection but merely login
in the selected language.
61. Exit the ‘Languages’ menu
Enter the Menu overview by pressing ‘Back’ twice.
62. Enter the Menu overview
Select the ‘Logout’ menu and confirm the logout.
63. Login and select the login language.
Please notice that if there is only one language enabled,
the user will not be prompted with a language selection
option!
64. The unit now displays all static labels in the chosen login
language.
65. Save the CU/CCU configuration to keep the language
selection next time the system starts up.
Enable dynamic text
The last step of enabling languages on the DC 6990 P’s is to enable the use of dynamic text from the SW
6000.
66. Open the CAA and create a the
required language in
‘CAA/Setup/Language/
Languages’.
67. Translate all the labels for the
new language in
CAA/Setup/Language/Labels.
68. Open the
‘CAA/Setup/Language/DC69
Language’ and select the
language of the dynamic text
to be shown on the DC 6990
P’s in the ‘Language used by
DC69 units’ drop-down list.
69. Create a conference in the
default language.
Select the language in the tab
in ‘Details’
Translate the conference
information into the new
language on the new language
tab.
Enable ‘Language in Use’.
70. Create an agenda in the
default language. Translate the
agenda into the new language
on the new language tab.
71. Start the conference and set a
subject on the agenda. All the
dynamic text from SW 6000
(conference name, agenda, set
agenda subject, names etc.) is
now available on the DC 6990
Ps in the language set in the
CAA.
Changing of start image to DC 6990 P
The start image on the DC 6990 P can be changed individually on all DC 6990 P units to customise the
look of the units.
Upload a start image
72. Change the FUU to the
Advanced FUU Layout in Setup
-> Advanced FUU Layout.
73. Extra buttons appears in the
FUU.
74. Select the DC 6990 P(s) on the
unit list that needs to have a
new start image uploaded by
using the ‘Select unit type’ or
‘Select unit’ button.
Press ‘DC69 Start Image’.
75. A ‘DC69 Start Image’ window
opens up.
Select Image Type
Select the browse button ‘…’ to
select the start image.
76. A file browser window opens
up.
Browse for the image to
upload, select it and press
‘Open’.
Please notice the image format
must be .png with a resolution
of 320x240 pixels.
The free-ware program GIMP
can be downloaded at
www.gimp.org and used for
making start images with the
correct resolution.
77. The selected image is now
displayed in the ‘DC69 Start
Image’ window.
Select ‘Send Image to units’ to
upload the start image to the
selected DC 6990 P units.
78. The FUU starts uploading the
image.
79. When FUU is done uploading
the image, an ‘Upgrade
complete’ message is displayed
and the ‘System Upgrade
Status’ window can be closed.
Delete a start image
80. Change the FUU to the
Advanced FUU Layout in Setup
-> Advanced FUU Layout.
81. Extra buttons appears in the
FUU.
82. Select the DC 6990 P(s) on the
unit list that needs to have the
start image deleted by using
the ‘Select unit type’ or ‘Select
unit’ button.
Press ‘DC69 Start Image’.
83. Select the ‘Delete Image from
DC69 units’ tab.
84. Select the ‘Delete Image from
units’ button. The start image
on all the selected DC 6990 P
units will now be deleted and
the ‘DC69 Start Image’ window
will close automatically.
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