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jimbob 12:55pm on Tuesday, September 14th, 2010 
its overpriced,over rated, and has really bad battery life. migh aswell get a zune player for $50 less with a bunch of more features. I recently bought a 30G IPOD, upgrading from a first generation 128k player. WOW, what a difference. 4 stars
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Little big... A little big for me, but a wanderfull product.. like a new and work better. Very nice ipod! but the hearphone was not good... sorry.
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Along with the 20GB iPod, the 20GB iPod U2 Special Edition has been updated to fall in line with the rest of the high-capacity iPod pack. That is.
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I love(d) my iPod. Ease of use, downloading, great screen, terrific battery life Short lifespan Our 19 yr old figured the entire iPod out within a couple of hours and showed the other two. Great sound, easy to use. luckily.
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Fashion has always been the apple benchmarking, quality did not say ~ ~ ~ Of course, they did not use the headset. I bought this one in 08.2005 as my first mp3 player when I was a student. The usage is beyond my imagination.

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Carlson Explorer User Guide

Carlson Software Inc.

Users manual

September 26, 2006

Contents

Chapter 1.

Basic Information

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Your Carlson Explorer. Attention: Read This First!. Legal and Trademark Information. Changes and Addendum. Contact Information. What is in the Box?. Warranty Information. Product Returns. Regulatory Notices. Certications. Warnings. Chapter 2. Overview

About Carlson Software

About the Carlson Explorer. Carlson Explorer Features. Chapter 3. Carlson Explorer Components
Front Components and Indicators. Top of Unit: Compact Flash Slot Cover. Bottom Connections. Connecting Via the Serial Port. Accessories & Options. Chapter 4. Operation
Power. Data Entry. Rebooting the Carlson Explorer. Operating System. Windows CE.net Desktop. Hot Keys.

Chapter 5.

Conguration
Control Panel. Setting the Date and Time. Calibration of Screen. Taskbar and Start Menu Settings. Contrast and Backlight Settings. Network Connections. Additional Software. Memory and Persistent Registry. Saving Your Registry. Chapter 6. Transferring Files
Using the Compact Flash Slot. Data/File Transfer. Job Storage. Updating SurvCE Using ActiveSync. Disabling Partnerships in ActiveSync. Using Bluetooth ActiveSync. Updating the Loader and Operating System. Chapter 7. Mapping the Keyboard
How to Map the Carlson Explorer Keyboard. Chapter 8. Caring For Your Carlson Explorer
Maintenance. Safe Use of Your Carlson Explorer. Chapter 9. Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting. Chapter 10. Specications

Hardware Specications.

Your Carlson Explorer
This is a technical reference for the Carlson Explorer, Carlson Explorer II and the Carlson Explorere 600+ data collector.
Attention: Read This First!
PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW BEFORE OPERATING YOUR UNIT Are You Registered? Be sure you product is properly registered. It is possible that your dealer did not transfer the registration from his company to yours. To register, visit our web site at www.carlsonsw.com, select the Support tab, select Product Registration and then Carlson SurvCE registration. If you encounter problems there are instructions in our website Knowledge Base, under Support, or you may ll out the information on the back of this form and fax to Carlson Software. Our fax number is 606-564-6422. As you get started, make special note of these three key items: 1. CAUTION! Do Not Remove the Battery to Reboot To reboot, hold the On/Off key down for 10 seconds. 2. IMPORTANT! Regarding Job Storage on the Carlson Explorer All job les must be stored to the internal CF card (''hard drive'') named system CF. In the event of a power loss or necessary hard reboot, this card will preserve these les. Job les stored in all other on-board locations, including the desktop, are vulnerable to deletion in the event of a power loss. The external CF card is not affected
Chapter 1. Basic Information
by this issue and data may also be safely stored on it. 3. The Screen To increase the life of your screen, you should use screen protectors. Also, you should not use sharp objects with the touch screen.
Legal and Trademark Information
Carlson Explorer Technical Reference Manual
Date of last revision: September 22, 2006 2006, Carlson Software All rights reserved.
Copyrights and Trademarks
The Carlson Software logo is a registered trademark of Carlson Software. The 2T logo and JETT are registered trademarks of Two Technologies. Microsoft, Windows CE.NET, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Visual C++, embedded Visual C++, Visual Basic and Visual Studio.NET 2003 are either trademarks or registered trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation. Other products or company names mentioned herein may be the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

Reproduction Rights

This manual contains proprietary information. Permission to reproduce or otherwise use portions of the material presented herein is explicitly not permitted.

Changes and Addendum

Since Carlson Software is continuously improving the functionality and quality of its products, certain information may not be included in this manual at its time of release. As a result, Carlson Software may provide changed material as separate sheets included with this manual, or separately in the form of a change package, as it deems necessary.

Contact Information

Carlson Software 102 West 2nd St Maysville, KY 41056 Phone: 606-564-5028 Fax: 606-564-6422
Web: www.carlsonsw.com To contact Carlson Software by e-mail: Sales: sales@carlsonsw.com Customer Service: info@carlsonsw.com Technical Support: support@carlsonsw.com

condition affecting the proper operation of this equipment that may result from unauthorized modications.

Product Returns

If, after inspection, you note any product damage or discrepancies, please contact us promptly within ve days of receipt. If the exterior of the package shows obvious signs of damage, please contact your carrier directly. All items returned to Carlson Software require a Return Material Authorization number (RMA).
Carlson Explorer RMA Procedure
To request a Return Merchandise Authorization number to return a Carlson Explorer for repair: 1. Contact Carlson Software at RMA@carlsonsw.com or 606-564-5028. 2. We must have the Serial Number of the hardware. It is on the back of the unit and starts with HH. 3. We must have a full and detailed description of the problem. 4. We must have the complete address, telephone number and contact name of the shipping party. (The unit will be returned to this address.)

Regulatory Notices

FCC Compliance
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Canadian Department of Communications
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications. Le present appareil numerique n'emet pas de bruits radioelectrique depassant les limites applicables aux appareils numeriques de la class A prescrites dans le Reglement sur ie broullage radioelectrique edicte par le ministere des Communications du Canada.

Certications

CENELEC

MI Standards:

EN55022:1998 (CISPR22), Class A EN55022/IEC 61000-4-6 EMC Standards: EN55024: 1998 ETSI EN 301489-1, 2002 ETSI EN 301489-3, 2002 EN/IEC 61000-4-2 EN/IEC 61000-4-3 EN/IEC 61000-4-4
Safety Standards: EN60950:2000

Warnings

Changes or modications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for regulatory compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
Electrostatic discharge (static electricity) can have unpredictable adverse effects on any electronic device. Although the design of this product incorporates extensive ESD-related precautions, ESD can still cause problems. It is good practice to discharge static by touching a grounded metal object before inserting cards or connecting devices. Battery Replacement (ESD)
CAUTION! There is a risk of explosion if you replace the NiMH battery with an incorrect type. Only use the NiMH battery supplied with your unit or a replacement NiMH battery supplied, recommended, or approved by Carlson Software, Inc. Battery Disposal
Dispose of batteries in a safe manner. The following are general guidelines for the safe use and disposal of NiMH batteries:
Replace a defective NiMH battery immediately, as it could damage the unit.
Do not throw the NiMH battery it in trash that is disposed of in landlls, as it contains heavy metals. Recycle or dispose the NiMH battery of it as required by local ordinances or regulations.
Do not disassemble, incinerate, short-circuit the NiMH battery or throw it into a re. It can explode and cause severe personal injury.
Excessive discharge damages a NiMH battery. Recharge the NiMH battery when your unit indicates low battery power.

Overview

Founded in 1983, Carlson Software, Inc. is a leading provider of ofce and eld software for land development markets, including land surveying, civil engineering, mining, construction, accident reconstruction and machine control.
Carlson Software is headquartered in Maysville, KY, with ofces in Atlanta and Boston.
About the Carlson Explorer
With its modern, ergonomic appearance and design, this rugged Carlson Explorer hand-held unit combines state-of-the-art hardware, powered with Carlson SurvCE, for the most powerful and easy to use data collection package available today. Your unit uses the very latest, environmentally-rated hardware case. It is a weather-resistant ruggedized shell that is rated to withstand wind-driven rain. To give you even better control, this product has a non-glare keyboard, optimized for surveyors. If you have the Explorer 600+, your unit comes standard with WiFi and Bluetooth, USB port, Serial port and a CF slot. The Carlson Explorer also features a powerful Windows CE.NET operating system and the Intel XScale processor. It supports a wide variety of removable peripheral devices, such as wireless LANs, modems, bar code readers, cameras and Bluetooth. Carlson Explorer is powered with Carlson SurvCE the innovative Windows CE data collection software for land surveying professionals. Carlson SurvCE is a complete data collection system for Real Time (RTK) GPS and Total Stations with in-eld coordinate geometry.

Front Components and Indicators
The Carlson Explorer is a customized version of a product manufactured by Two Technologies, Inc. The diagrams below are for reference purposes only, and may not be exactly the same on the Carlson Explorer. This section describes the components and indicators found on the front of the Carlson Explorer, and the physical dimensions.
Front Components and Front Indicators
Chapter 3. Carlson Explorer Components
Case Dimensions: Indicators and Physical Dimensions Note: Specications subject to change.
Top of Unit: Compact Flash Slot Cover

Top of Unit

The standard compact ash slot cover, located on the top of the unit, provides access to the compact ash slot that stores memory and device cards.
Sealed Compact Flash Slot Cover The sealed cover has a set of tamper-proof 1-32 x 1/4'' long Torx or Phillips screws (depending upon the model) to restrict access to the compact ash slot. This sealed cover also provides additional protection against the elements. To remove the Torx screws, an IP6 Torx (T6) driver is required, and it can be purchased at any automotive supply house.

Bottom Connections

Interface Connections at Bottom of Unit
Carlson Explorer and Carlson Explorer II: The DE-9 connectors emulate standard serial pin-out connections, and allow you to connect the Carlson Explorer to most desktop PCs using a standard null modem cable.
DE-9 Male Interface Connector Carlson Explorer 600+: This section describes the interface connectors found on the bottom of the Carlson Explorer 600+.

Power Jack

The power jack found on the bottom of the Carlson Explorer and Carlson Explorer II enables you to connect an 11-18 VDC Input power supply battery charger, such as Carlson Software Part # 1490. Use of other power supplies may cause damage to the unit and void the warranty. The Carlson Explorer 600+ charges through the DE-9 connector.
Power Jack for the Carlson Explorer and Carlson Explorer II Note: The Carlson Explorer 600+ charges through the DE-9 connector.
Connecting Via the Serial Port
Use the 9-pin null modem cable, included with your Carlson Explorer, to connect the COM1 port of your Carlson Explorer to the serial port of your PC.
Accessories & Options
Carlson Software can provide the following optional accessories, which include power supplies, cable and adapters, based on communication and power requirements.

Part List (All Units)

Here is a list of the available accessories for the Carlson Explorer, Explorer II and Explorer 600+:
Part List - Carlson Explorer Radio Components (Carlson Explorer 600+ Only)
The Carlson SS900 Radios work with the Carlson Explorer 600+ only, and they are not available for any other model.
The 6100.500 SS900 Rover Package includes the Explorer Pack Connect, SS900 Rover Radio, a 2500Mah battery, a Carlson Fuel Charger for one battery, a SS900 rover Package Carrying Case and Installation. The Explorer 600+ must be returned to Carlson Software for installation of the SS900 Rover Package.

Operation

The Carlson Explorer comes with a rechargeable Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) battery pack that can provide up to twelve hours of operating time on a full charge, depending on power management and use. This battery is fully charged and installed in the unit when shipped. However, because some battery dissipation occurs between the time when the unit ships and when you start using it, you should charge the unit for approximately four hours before using it without the battery charger/power supply connected.

Charging the Unit

The nickel metal hydride battery technology used in the Carlson Explorer has exceptional charge life without the ''charge memory'' characteristic of conventional nickel cadmium batteries. Partially discharged batteries, or extended periods with the charger left connected, will not adversely affect battery life or performance. CAUTION! Because the internal battery charger senses several conditions, including temperature, you should charge the unit away from any known or potential heat sources. Units exposed to temperatures in excess of 110 degrees Fahrenheit during the charge cycle may experience incomplete charging and reduced operating time per charge. 1. Plug your power jack into the power jack receptacle on the bottom of your Carlson Explorer and Explorer II. If you have the Explorer 600+, plug the interface cable into the connector on the bottom of that unit.
2. Plug the battery charger/power supply into a power outlet. The Charge (CHG) LED should turn on, indicating that the batteries are charging (see table below).

Chapter 4. Operation

Power Supply 3. Once the battery is fully charged (approximately four hours), you can disconnect the AC power supply and run the Carlson Explorer exclusively on battery power.

Power On

To power on the Carlson Explorer: 4. Press and hold the ON/OFF switch for one second. 5. The unit should turn on and begin displaying the boot-up process. For example:
Where x.x.x is the version number 6. After approximately 20-25 seconds, the Windows CE.net desktop should appear.

Windows CE.net desktop However, because there is no outward indication (such as a ashing LED) that the Carlson Explorer is powered off or in Suspend mode, the Carlson Explorer may resume an active application if it is indeed in a suspended state. If the unit does not power up, or you cannot select any items from the desktop, refer to the ''Error! Reference source not found'' chapter for help.
Charge/Low Battery Indicator
When using the NiMH battery pack, the CHARGE/LOW BAT LED will indicate the current battery status as shown in the table below.
Charge\Low Battery Indicator Functions

Power/Suspend Switch

The On/Off switch is located above the keypad. Its function depends on the state of the Carlson Explorer at the time the switch is pressed, and on the length of time that the switch is depressed. Operations that the Power switch can initiate are Power On, Power Off and Suspend.

Power Off

To turn off the Carlson Explorer, press and hold the ON/Off switch for approximately eight seconds. This action will also terminate any running applications, and cease serial port operations.

Suspend Mode

Suspend mode allows you to suspend, but not terminate, active applications. In this mode, the display will turn off and the Carlson Explorer will cease serial port operations. For battery-powered units, use of the Suspend mode also conserves battery power. To place the unit in Suspend mode, press and release the On/Off switch. To take the Carlson Explorer out of Suspend mode, either touch the screen or press and release any key. The display will turn on, and the Carlson Explorer will resume running any suspended application, but you must restart any serial port operations.
If you attempt to resume immediately after suspending the Carlson Explorer or vice versa, the unit will automatically delay three seconds before resuming or suspending.

Power Management

Battery-powered units can utilize a rechargeable Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) battery pack that has an average operating time between ten and twelve hours on a full charge with power management, and approximately eight hours without power management. As with all battery-powered devices, the operating time is completely dependent on the environment, device usage and the number and type of power-drawing peripherals attached. The battery discharge rate in a full ''Power Off'' state is only slightly higher than the self-discharge rate of the battery itself. CAUTION! Allowing the batteries to remain in a low or very low condition will cause the unit to enter Suspend mode. In either case, you should save your work and recharge the unit as soon as possible To lengthen the time between charges, you can perform the following actions: Use external PC Cards Some PC cards, as well as extended communication via the serial port, may require additional power to operate, and can drain the batteries at an accelerated rate. Limit the use of backlight Minimize backlight use when you are operating on battery power. You can adjust the backlight timeout level through the Display Settings in the Control Panel, or on some units by using the keypad.

Shorten Auto-suspend time The Carlson Explorer is automatically set to suspend operation to conserve battery power when you have not used the keyboard or the stylus after three minutes. You can increase the Auto-suspend time by changing the Power settings in the Control Panel.

Data Entry

45-Key Keypad
The Carlson Explorer and Carlson Explorer II units come with a 45-key keypad.

45-key Keypad

53-Key Keypad
The Carlson Explorer 600+ units come with a 53-key keypad.

53-key Keypad

Modier Keys
In order to provide the functionality of a full-sized keyboard with only 45 or 53 keys, the Carlson Explorer, Explorer II and Explorer 600+ keypads must depart from PC-style key assignment conventions by making use of multifunctional modier keys. Units congured with the standard 45-key or 53-key keypad typically utilize ve LED indicators (located above and to the left and right of the ON/OFF switch) to indicate the active state of keypad modier keys.
Modier Key Modier keys take effect when rst pressed, and typically remain in effect until you press another key, unless its another Modier key. Optionally, equipped units can use LEDs to indicate the selection of a Modier key. CTRL and ALT Keys: These operate in the same manner as on conventional PCs, except that by default they have a one-time locking action to facilitate one-handed operation. 1ST and SHIFT Key: Unlike conventional PC keyboards, on the Carlson Explorer and Carlson Explorer II, the 1ST and SHIFT keys enables you to access symbols, punctuation marks and navigation arrows rather than shift alphabetic keys to uppercase. The 1ST and SHIFT keys have a one-time locking action to facilitate one-handed
operation. On the Explorer keypads, the functions and characters accessed via the 1ST key appear in the upper left of a key, shaded in a color that matches the modier key. However, the SHIFT key on the Carlson Explorer 600+ toggles whether or not you are operating with upper or lower case lettering. 2ND Key: This key shifts the numeric keys to corresponding function keys (1 = F1, 2 = F2, etc.) that are found on conventional PC keyboards. It also shifts other keys for punctuation, non-printing characters (such as Delete and TAB), and PC key denitions (such as PageUp, PageDown, Home, Insert and Caps Lock). Like other modier keys, the 2nd key has a one-time locking action to facilitate one-handed operation. On the keypads of the three Explorer units mentioned in this section, the functions and characters accessed via the 2ND key appear at the bottom of a key, shaded in blue. Units with any of these keypads layouts also have keypad functions to adjust the contrast and backlight.

The table below lists the available Control Panel functions on the Carlson Explorer. Many of the items described in this table are covered in greater detail throughout this manual. To access the Control Panel, on your data collector screen tap Start > Setting > Control Panel, as shown in this gure.

Chapter 5. Conguration

Setting the Date and Time

Using the System Tray

To change the date, time, time zone and related information on your Carlson Explorer, double-tap the time in your system tray at the lower-right of the screen. Make these changes via the system tray is the easiest and quickest way to perform this task. If you cannot see your task bar, run your stylus along the bottom edge of the screen to have it pop up. If this does not work, press the BLUE key and the START key (blue 2ND key and the W key on the Carlson Explorer) on the key pad.
Set the date, time and time zone in the Date/Time Properties window.
Tap ''Apply'' to save the changes, and tap ''OK'' to exit.

Using the Control Panel

You can also make these changes within the Control Panel. To do this, tap Start > Settings > Control Panel > Date/Time. However, any time you make changes through the Control Panel (such changing the time zone), you must also update the persistent registry, in order to store the changes in internal compact ash memory, and to make the changes permanent. See the Saving Changes to the Registry section of this manual for more information.

Calibration of Screen

For calibrating the touch screen, start by accessing the Start Button. If the Start button and Task bar are not visible, access the Start menu by pressing the [2ND] + [W] keys. Then go to the Control Panel.
Locate the Stylus icon. Double-tap the Stylus icon in the Control Panel to bring up the Stylus Properties.
Tap the Calibrate tab, and then tap ''Recalibrate''.
To calibrate the touch screen of your Carlson Explorer, follow the instructions on the screen. As you tap the crosses, be sure to touch the screen rmly with your stylus. Your screen will look like this:
When calibration is complete, you will see this message:
Taskbar and Start Menu Settings
The taskbar at the bottom of the data collector desktop displays the Start button, buttons of currently running applications, the Status Area and the Show Desktop icon.
Windows CE.net Desktop Taskbar To change the Taskbar and Start Menu settings: 1. SelectStart > Settings > Taskbar and Start Menu. The Taskbar and Start Menu Properties dialog box opens.
2. Select the General tab.
Always on Top: Check Always on Top to ensure that the taskbar is always visible, even when a program appears in a full window (maximized). Auto hide: Check Auto hide to display the taskbar just when you point to the taskbar area. Show Clock: Check Show Clock to display the time of day in the taskbar. 3.Select the Advanced tab.

Setting Up Identication for Remote Networks
To set up identication for remote networks: 1. Select Start > Settings > Control Panel. 2. Double-tap Owner. 3. In the Network ID tab, enter the user name, password, and domain name you use to log on to the remote network.
4. From the Start menu, select Programs > Tools and tap Save Registry.
Connecting to a Mail Server
You can send and receive e-mail by connecting to a POP3 or IMAP4 server. Inbox contains an e-mail service for each method you use. For either service, you must establish a connection to your Internet service provider (ISP) or to the appropriate mail server in your local area network. In addition to creating this connection, you must also create the e-mail service. Prior to setting up a service, you should obtain the following information from your ISP or network administrator: POP3 or IMAP4 server name, SMTP host name, user name, password and domain name (for network connections only). Notes: Windows CE.Net does not support other mail protocols such as AOL or services that use special authentication, such as MSN. However, you can gain access to the Internet through these services. If you use the same service to connect to different mailboxes, set up and name a different service for each connection. For additional information about the inbox, refer to Windows CE.NET online help. To connect to your POP3 or IMAP4 mail server: 1. Select Start > Programs > Inbox > Services > Options.
The Options dialog box opens.
2. Select the Services tab and tap Add. The Service Name dialog box opens.
3. From the Service type list, select POP3 Mail or IMAP4 Mail, and tap OK.
4. Enter a unique name for the service (you cannot change this name once entered). 5. Tap OK. The Mail Service Setup wizard appears. 6. In the Required panel:
Select the name of the connection you created to connect to the mail server. If you are receiving e-mail through a network (Ethernet) connection, select Network Connection. If you want Inbox to use your current connection, select (none). If you have not created a connection, select Create new connection, double-tap the Make New Connection icon, and follow the instructions in the wizard. When nished, select Inbox in the Taskbar and continue setting up Inbox. Enter the POP3 Host or Server (IMAP4) name of the mail server you use to receive and send messages. Enter the User ID (user name or mailbox ID) assigned to you. Enter the password you will use to access this mail account. If you do not want a prompt to enter the password each time you connect, select Save password. 7. In the Optional panel:
If connecting to a network that uses Windows NT domain security, enter the Windows NT domain name. If your mail service uses a separate server for SMTP, enter the SMTP Host name. For POP3 Mail service with an ISP, the ISP must use an SMTP mail gateway. Enter your return e-mail address. 8. Tap Next. The General Preferences dialog box opens.

4. On this screen, shown above, you will be asked to set the port which you will be using to connect with the PC. Check the box above the port selection box marked for the serial cable. Then check OK. 5. You will now see an initial image indicating that your PC is about to connect to the data collector. Click Next.
You will then see an image of a computer sending information to a smaller computer.
While this is happening, go to your data collector and double tap the PC Link icon on the Carlson Explorer Windows CE desktop. This will open a window with a message telling you that it is connecting to the PC.
You may need to tap the PC Link icon on your collector a few times until a small computer appears and stays on the taskbar.
The ActiveSync icon on the PC taskbar will also turn green and make a connection sound. 6. Your PC will now prompt you to create a partnership. Select the No button and click Next.
You will be told that you will be set up for as guest in order to connect.
Installation and Setup of the SurvCE Upgrade
7. Locate the update where you have it saved on your PC and double tap it, or download it from www.carlsonsw.com and ''run'' it. 8. You have now entered the SurvCE Setup program.
Click Next. Then accept the terms of the License Agreement, and click Install. 9. Enter the name of the collector user, and the name of your company, if this information is requested. 10. You will now be asked if you want to overwrite your existing Carlson Software.
Click Yes to proceed with the re-install or upgrade. 11. You will then be asked if you want the update to be saved in the default directory.

Click Yes.

12. Once the download is complete from the PC, check your mobile device to see what steps are necessary to complete the installation. 13. On the collector, tap OK the screen to copy the les to the system.
Then click Finish on the dialog box on the PC (as shown in gure above). 14. Finally, click the Carlson Explorer SurvCE icon on your Carlson Explorer to run the application with the newly installed software update. Should you have difculties updating your Carlson Explorer, try warm-booting your data collector. this, go to the Start menu, Programs, Tools, and then tap Warm Boot. To do
Note: It is advisable to save the registry in your data collector after upgrading your software. This is explained in another chapter of this manual.
Disabling Partnerships in ActiveSync
For Connecting Mobile Devices as ''Guest''

the PC desktop, open ActiveSync. Go File > Connection Settings. Then, set the Bluetooth-assigned Com number back to Com1.
Re-connecting in the Future
To activate the Bluetooth connection with ActiveSync in the future, on the data collector just tap the Bluetooth B (down by the clock) and tap Bluetooth ActiveSync. Then tap the Select button.
Updating the Loader and Operating System
Procedures for the Carlson Explorer/Carlson Jett CE
Below you will nd instructions for updating your LOADER and OPERATING SYSTEM (OS) to the current version. You can get the newest OS at www.carlsonsw.com, under Carlson SurvCE, in the Knowledge Base. The Knowledge Base is found under Support on the website. It is recommended that you upgrade the loader and OS together as to insure compatibility.

Loader Upgrade

1. Power off the Carlson Explorer and remove any existing CF cards from the unit's card slot. 2. Insert the loader card into the CF slot, and then REBOOT the Carlson Explorer by holding down the power button for ten seconds, then release it. Press it once more and let off. The screen should display: UPDATE LDR912REMOVE CARD AND REBOOT 3. Remove the loader card from the CF slot. 4. Power off the Carlson Explorer by holding the power switch down for ten seconds. Note: Let go of the power button when you see the screen start to fade out to gray. Do not warm boot or remove power. 5. power the Carlson Explorer back on. 6. Delete these les from your ashcard before doing the OS upgrade. (You will not need these three les for anything else as they were only necessary for the Loader Upgrade). LDR912.IMG PJETV202.BIN XXX2TXXX.44M

Updating your OS

1. Make sure you are plugged in to the AC wall adapter during these processes. 2. Extract the following Carlson Explorer loader upgrade les that you received (see above) to a local directory on your desktop computer, and then copy these les to a compact ash card (loader card). LDR912.IMG PJETV912.BIN
XXX2TXXX.44M NK.GZ NKUNLOCK.EXE

OS Upgrade

1. Insert the loader card into the CF slot. 2. Open My Computer. On the Main menu bar, select Options from the View menu, and uncheck the Advanced Setting boxes by tapping on each of them.
3. Navigate to the UserCF folder, double-tap NKUNLOCK.EXE and then copy NK.GZ. 4. Go back to My Computer, and navigate to the System CF folder. 5. In the System CF folder: Delete InitialFileList.txt and NK.BIN 6. Paste NK.GZ into the SystemCF folder. 7. Remove the loader card from the CF slot. 8. REBOOT the Carlson Explorer by holding down the power button for 10 seconds, and then release it press it once more and let off. 9. Tap Start. Tap Run. Then type in ''version'' and click OK. Check to see that your OS version has been updated.

Carlson Explorer II

Chapter 10. Specications
Power Recharge/Line-Power: 11 to 18 VDC,1.5A Battery Type: Nickel metal Hydride Rechargeable (1500mAh, 7.2V or 6 AA alkaline) batteries Display Supertwist Nematic Liquid Crystal TFT with white LED backlight Resolution:320*240 pixels QVGA color Touch Screen Environmental Operating Temperature: -20&ordm;C to +50&ordm;C Storage Temperature: -20&ordm;C to +70&ordm;C Charging temperature: -20&ordm;C to + 40&ordm;C Humidity: IP-65 - Withstands wind driven rain and Dust CPU Type: Intel PXA255 processor with XScale technology Instruction Set Architecture: ARM v.5TE Speed: 400 MHZ Operating System: Windows CE.NET 4.2 Professional Memory and Mass Storage SDRAM: 64MB Internal Compact Flash: 256MB standard in the Carlson Explorer (16MB reserved for OS) Compact ash card slot Interface Serial Communication: Carlson Explorer - connect system interface congured as COM1 for RS-232 communication Power: Standard: Input at 11 to 18 VDC via Carlson Explorer connect system interface for line-power or battery charging operations User Input Touch Screen Key Pad: 45-keys elastomeric Feedback: Tactile and audible

Carlson Explorer 600+

Power Recharge/Line-Power: 11 to 18 VDC,1.5A Battery Type: Nickel metal Hydride Rechargeable (1400Mah,7.2V or 6 AA alkaline) batteries Display Supertwist Nematic Liquid Crystal TFT with white LED backlight Resolution: 320*240 pixels QVGA color Touch Screen
Environmental Operating Temperature: -20&ordm;C to +50&ordm;C Storage Temperature: -20&ordm;C to +70&ordm;C Charging temperature: -20&ordm;C to + 40&ordm;C Humidity: IP-65 - Withstands wind driven rain CPU Type: Intel PXA270 processor - designed specically for low-power battery-powered devices Instruction Set Architecture: XScale RISC micro architecture with on the-the-y voltage and frequency scaling, sophisticated power management to provide industry leading MIP/mW performance. Speed: 624 MHZ Operating System: Windows CE.NET 4.2 Professional Memory and Mass Storage SDRAM: 128MB Internal Compact Flash: 512MB standard in the Carlson Explorer (16MB reserved for OS) Compact ash card slot Interface Serial Communication: Carlson Explorer - connect system interface congured as COM1 for RS-232 communication or USB Power: Standard: Input at 11 to 18 VDC via Carlson Explorer connect system interface for line-power or battery charging operations User Input Touch Screen Key Pad: 53-keys elastomeric with toggle key Feedback: Tactile and audible
About Carlson Software, 9 About the Carlson Explorer, 9 Accessories & Options, 18 Additional Software, 50 Attention: Read This First, 2 Basic Information, 1 Bottom Connections, 15 Calibration of Screen, 39 Caring For Your Carlson Explorer, 73 Carlson Explorer Components, 12 Carlson Explorer Features, 9 Certications, 5 Changes and Addendum, 3 Conguration, 36, 67 Connecting Via the Serial Port, 17 Contact Information, 3 Contrast and Backlight Settings, 43 Control Panel, 37, 39, 4246, 51, 78, 79 Data/File Transfer, 58 Data Entry, 24, 35 Disabling Partnerships in ActiveSync, 66 Front Components and Indicators, 13 Hardware Specications, 81 Hot Keys, 32 How to Map the Carlson Explorer Keyboard, 72 Job Storage, 58 Legal and Trademark Information, 3 Maintenance, 74 Mapping the Keyboard, 71 Memory and Persistent Registry, 50 Network Connections, 45 Operating System, 28, 8183 Operation, 19 Overview, 8 Power, 20, 21, 23, 24, 30, 34, 68, 75, 78, 8183 Product Returns, 5

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Carlson Software Inc.

102 West 2nd Street Maysville, KY 41056

www.carlsonsw.com

Phone: (606) 564-5028 Fax: (606) 564-6422
Carlson Explorer White Screen Recovery If the steps below do not work you will need to call your Carlson Dealer to send this unit in for service or email us directly at rma@carlsonsw.com with your Contact Details along with the HH serial number from the back of the unit and a detailed description of the problem. If you want to try and salvage a unit to recover Job Files from it before it is sent in for service you can try to boot from the Flash Card so you can turn on the unit and get into SurvCE and hookup for a File Transfer. Once the Job Files have been copied off the data collector you should run Equip tab / About SurvCE / Change Registration = write down the SurvCE Serial Number of the unit. You may still NEED to send this unit in for service even if the steps below allow you to get past the White Screen. For the steps below, you will need to buy 2 things from an Electronics or Computer store: 1) a Compact Flash card = the card size has to be between 32meg and 1gig {1,000meg = 1gig} 2) a Compact Flash Card Reader that you can plug into your Desktop or Laptop Computer *** PLEASE NOTE: If you use a CF card 2gig or higher the procedure below may not work Recovering an Explorer that is Locked up in the White Loader Screen:

On the Desktop Computer:

1) Download the file NK.GZ from the links in the Knowledge Base that matches the LDR number shown on the White Screen of the Data Collector. Note: This NK.GZ file will only work if you use the CORRECT Loader Version from the Knowledge Base Article which matches the LDR number on the screen of the collector 2) Copy the file NK.GZ onto the Compact Flash Card
On the Carlson Explorer Data Collector:
#1 --- Plug the Compact Flash Card with the nk.gz file loaded on it into the Explorer #2 --- Hold the On/Off button down for 12 seconds / let go of it / then turn the Explorer on like normal by pushing down and up on the On/Off button #3 --- the White Boot Loader screen should come up and say, Reading gzip file from USER socket on the second line of text #4 --- The Explorer should finish loading and go to the normal screen w/ the My Computer Icon and Recycle Bin {NOTE: If it continues to display errors at this point or doesnt load up the standard Desktop screen, we will have to send in the unit on an RMA # to 2 Technologies} #5 --- Now you can open SurvCE and register it at www.survce.com by clicking on the link for Registration
This document contains confidential and proprietary information that remains the property of Carlson Software Inc. Page 1 of 1 Updated 2/17/2009

 

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