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RF INTERFERENCE STATEMENT WARNING CERTIFICATION END-USER LICENSE AGREEMENT TRAFFIC SAFETY OPERATING ENVIRONMENT
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NEMO INVEX SYSTEM OVERVIEW PREPARATION FOR USE
PRECAUTIONS Shock Hazard Static-Sensitive Components UNPACKING AND INSPECTING POWER REQUIREMENTS DC Power Cable AC Power Adapter Cigarette Lighter Adapter INSTALLATION Mounting Brackets
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ACTIVE CHASSIS FRAME GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS CHASSIS BACKPLANE PASSIVE CHASSIS BATTERY LIFE AND POWER MANAGEMENT DC/DC Converter Power Supply Turn on Conditions Power Supply Emergency Turn off Conditions Power Supply Warning Conditions Power Supply Auto Shutdown Conditions Power Supply Serious Error Conditions and Restarting Power Supply Fan Function
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NEMO INVEX MODULES
UNIVERSAL INTERFACE CONTROLLER MODULE UIC Module: Status LED Control SYSTEM INTERFACE MODULE SI Module: GPS Unit and Time Calibration SI Module: Status LED Control
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4 Nemo I nve x C hass is Har dw ar e M anua l HANDSET ISOLATION MODULE MODEM ISOLATION MODULE 22 23 MODULE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION MODULE INSTALLATION MODULE REMOVAL 24 24 24 SI MODULE WITH DR (OPTIONAL) INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS HARDWARE INSTALLING DRIVER AND U-CENTER APPLICATION DR CALIBRATION 25 25 26 27 27 SUPPORT USER CLUB PHONE. AND FAX SUPPORT 30 30 30 APPENDIX END-USER LICENSE AGREEMENT 32 32 . EMAIL.
. 900. The supported network standards are: cdmaOne 450. commercial. The hardware comprises only one part of the Nemo Invex system.BEFO RE Y O U BEG I N 5 BEFORE YOU BEGIN This manual provides an overview and explanation of the Nemo Invex hardware. 800. RF INTERFERENCE STATEMENT This device complies with part 15. Details regarding software components can be located in their respective user manuals. For a complete list of supported devices. The Nemo Invex Wireless Measurement Platform complies with all of the requirements of the European Standard EN 50081-1: 1992 (Generic emissions standard. such as dimensions. which state that operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference. The following document contains detailed information regarding each of the primary and secondary components of the Nemo Invex chassis. FCC rules. including interference that may cause undesired operation. along with its associated components and accessories. Basic unpacking and installation notes are also included. and system specifications. functions. and (2) this device must accept any interference received. Nemo Invex collects measurement results and geographical coordinates (when used with a GPS receiver) and stores them on a hard disk. verification. Nemo Invex is a portable engineering tool for measuring and monitoring the air interface of digital networks. Measurement results provide useful information for network optimization. 1800. and light industry). Nemo Invex uses licensed technology from various manufacturers. and maintenance purposes. the Nemo Outdoor software completes the measurement system package. see the Nemo Invex product description and data sheet. 1900 MHz GPRS HSDPA HSUPA HSPA+ LTE TD-SCDMA TETRA iDEN UMTS (FDD mode) WiMAX Nemo Invex is an effective tool for tracing digital networks. Results can be efficiently and easily viewed with the Nemo analysis tool Nemo Analyze for Windows®.1900 MHz CDMA2000 1xEV-DO AMPS DVB-H EGPRS GSM 850. Part 1: Residential.
Do not use the Nemo Invex test device(s) in a hospital. traffic safety comes first. the user may be required to take adequate measures. . fuel depots. chemical plants. TRAFFIC SAFETY Do not operate Nemo Invex and drive (or walk) at the same time. For full details of this agreement. In a domestic environment. see Appendix 8 on page 32. It may interfere with nearby electronic devices. including its warnings. for the devices used by Nemo Invex. Please observe the legislation of the country where the measurements are performed. OPERATING ENVIRONMENT Do not operate Nemo Invex without reading the User Manual. Never use Nemo Invex in an aircraft. or sites where blasting operations are in progress.6 Nemo I nve x C hass is Har dw ar e M anua l WARNING This is a Class A product. this product may cause radio interference. Remember. CERTIFICATION Anite Finland Ltd certifies that this product met its published specifications at time of shipment from the factory. Observe restrictions on the use of radio equipment in gas stations. The use of mobiles in an aircraft may be dangerous. END-USER LICENSE AGREEMENT The software described in this book is furnished under a license agreement and may be used only in accordance with the terms of that agreement. Anite Finland assumes no responsibility or liability arising from the failure to comply with local legislation. in which case. Always stop using Nemo Invex and switch off the Nemo Invex test device(s) when it is forbidden to use radio equipment or when it may cause interference or danger. Note that in some countries it is illegal to drive a car and operate a computer at the same time.
Nemo Invex provides critical quality-of-service (QoS) measurements and a wide variety of quality-ofexperience (QoE) service testing. the system integrates all Ethernet communications over the backplane. . GSM co-channel/ adjacent channel interference and GSM/ WCDMA missing neighbor detection. capable of evolving as the network evolves providing the lowest effective total cost of ownership available. The Nemo solutions allow the user to activate different interference analysis measurements. With other benchmarking tools QoS statistics can be collected but no actual reasons for possible issues. The Nemo Invex system differs from other solutions by adding PC-based modules running Microsoft operating systems that support the attached test devices. such as. including the latest voice and video quality measurement algorithms. Nemo Invex is flexible and scalable. Furthermore. Finally. this means that each Universal Interface Controller (UIC) module within the chassis acts as its own computer. Quick and easy to deploy. significant cost savings can be realized by bundling the data collection solution with a post-processing solution as Anite’s comprehensive post-processing solution. These enhanced capabilities help to save time and money and provide additional value added information also to benchmarking campaigns. thereby eliminating interconnect cabling. WCDMA pilot pollution. uninterrupted service for the chassis. enabling individual reset. The chassis also improves supervisory control over each module. the Nemo Invex system provides support for up to ten modules. Both adaptable and expandable. and provides the flexibility needed to accommodate future high-speed data devices. Often the network issue is interference and other benchmarking tools are collecting quality parameters but no real time analysis is performed. The Nemo Outdoor software application is also widely known as a tool for network optimization. In a practical sense.NEM O I NVE X 7 NEMO INVEX SYSTEM OVERVIEW The Nemo Invex system combines powerful intuitive software and a scalable military grade hardware platform to create superior drive-test systems for wireless networks. low data rates can be seen without a cause identified. Nemo Invex allows for the simultaneous testing of multiple networks. Smart power supply features and a battery backup provide smooth. For example. Nemo Analyze. The Nemo Invex chassis offers other improvements besides its modular upgrades. such as.
Use of any other supply may cause irreparabale damage or injury. as well the operating requirements for the external power supply and external computer. If any equipment or manuals are missing. Open the carton. In addition. To minimize this risk. plug-in modules can be replaced in the field. . Examine each item for physical damage. this chapter discusses the unpacking and inspecting of individual pieces. Static-Sensitive Components This unit includes integral static discharge protection devices. However. and make note of any damages observed. PRECAUTIONS Shock Hazard ♦ Use only the Anite-approved power supply. If the carton appears to be damaged. be sure to use an exact replacement with the correct rating and type. do not open the box. vibration-protected enclosure. although minimal do exist. contact Anite Finland immediately. when replacing the fuse in the automotive adapter cord.8 Nemo I nve x C hass is Har dw ar e M anua l PREPARATION FOR USE This chapter explains the precautions needed when opening and unpacking Nemo Invex system components. Examine the carton for signs of damage. As the Nemo Invex hardware is powered using the test vehicle’s power supply. as with any electronic equipment. to ensure that the order is complete. and carefully remove each item. shock hazards. There are no user-serviceable components inside the basic chassis. However. care should be taken not to touch connector pins directly. contact the shipping agent for information. Any use of non-authorized supplies will immediately void the warranty. Compare all items received with the packing slip. UNPACKING AND INSPECTING All equipment is packaged in a single-shock.
DC. test the DC power connector with a voltmeter to confirm that Pin 2 is positive with respect to Pin 9 BEFORE connecting the cable to the chassis (see diagram in Chapter 3: Basic Chassis). If used.HXP or equiv.NEM O I NVE X 9 POWER REQUIREMENTS The Nemo Invex chassis is powered by 10 to 16 Volts. the AC power supply is designed to work with 120/ 240VAC 50/60Hz line input. The user must crimp the fuse assembly together and add battery terminals. Connect the black wire of the DC cable to a good vehicle grounding location. DC Power Cable The chassis is shipped with a DC cable. fuse holder. AC power can be used by attaching an optional power supply. Install an equivilently rated fuse in the DC cable fuse holder. 3AB. For any other voltages or line frequencies. and connect the other side of the fuse holder to a short 10-gauge or larger wire connected directly to the vehicle’s positive battery terminal. Nemo Invex DC Power Cable (499082-11) Connect one side of the fuse holder to the Red wire of the Nemo Invex DC cable. The chassis fuse is a Littlefuse 0314030. A crimp tool is required for connecting the terminals to the wire. . 30 AMP Fast Acting. This tool can be purchased at most automotive stores or at any wiring or electrical equipment retailer. contact Anite to identify the correct supply. ♦ Caution! Once your wiring is complete. and fuse. Note that wiring directly to the battery with the DC cable is the preferred connection method for systems that will have a large number of test devices. Figure 1. The cable is shipped unterminated so that the user can cut it to length and install the fuse near the vehicle battery. Alternatively the optional AC supply is acceptable in vehicles with a properly rated inverter.
AC Power Supply (100800-05) *Picture of new supply not yet available Cigarette Lighter Adapter The included cigarette lighter adapter accessory is available to provide a low power vehicle DC power connection. Cigarette Adaptor Cable (499082-12) ♦ Caution! Excessive DC loss can cause connection heating and voltage drops below 10 volts. This can result in poor/intermittent operation. Figure 3. Also keep in mind that the DC loss through this type of connection can vary greatly. depending on the cleanliness of the connection. The current rating (8 amps) for this type of connection and the current requirement for the chassis configuration (which depends on the number of modules attached) should be checked before using the cigarette lighter adapter.10 Nemo I nve x C hass is Har dw ar e M anua l AC Power Adapter The optional AC supply is rated at 320 Watts. Figure 2. Actual power requirements for the system will vary depending on the number of UIC modules and test handsets and modems in use. . Note the cable uses a 10 amp slow blow fuse that is located in the tip of the cigarette lighter plug.
2. shown as Lbrackets below. The diagram below shows the above brackets in use. Mount 1 or 2 scanners on the Universal Scanner Mounting Tray (100800-08)above the chassis. 3. Mounting Brackets The Nemo Invex chassis is fitted with mounting holes to accommodate: 1. Figure 4. In addition proper mounting of the equipment is necessary for both safety and performance reasons. to screw the chassis to the floor of the vehicle. Mount two chassis together with a Tie Plate (100800-07). For instance an active and passive chassis.NEM O I NVE X 11 INSTALLATION The Nemo Invex platform is well suited to either permenant or temporary installation. Note that both hard mounting and strapping the chassis to the vehicle are acceptable methods to install the hardware platform. Mounting the chassis in the vehicle with Hold Down Brackets (100800-06). . It is recommended that all vehicles that may be used with Nemo Invex be fitted with high quality power and RF connections. Chassis Mounting Sketch Clearance for air ventilation around the Invex chassis is as follows: • • • ♦ Back Sides Front 10 cm 3 cm 10 cm Note that the air intake is from the bottom of the chassis so it is critical that the unit is not mounted on carpet or other material that will limit airflow.
In particular. and DC/DC converter. such as the chassis. backplane. it is via UIC0 that the other UICs1-9 receive the command to stop logging and shut down. Example: 3 USB data devices and 3 handsets in isolation modules would fully load the chassis. power supply. Chassis Parts ♦ Please note that it is absolutely required that a UIC module be present in slot 0 of the Nemo Invex chassis. In addition to the System Interface (SI) module the chassis has 12 single width module slots available. Note that any slots not utilized for UICs are available for use by USB and or handset isolation modules (requires two slots). The first 10 slots on the right of the SI are active and last 2 slots are passive slots. .55 cm (H) x 40. battery and management system into a robust platform optimized for demanding mobile data collection. Figure 5.18 cm (W) x 45. 3 (UICs) + 3 (USB iso) + 3*2 (HS iso) = 12 slots The Nemo Invex chassis integrates the backplane. ACTIVE CHASSIS FRAME The Nemo Invex chassis is designed to function as either a fixed or mobile unit. Slot 0 is the one next to the SI module and the UIC in slot 0 communicates with the backplane processor and with the other UIC modules. The unit measures 17. The slots in the chassis are numbered from 0 to 9.34 cm (D). The active slots have backplane connectors to accept Universal Interface Controllers (UICs). when the chassis is being shut down.12 Nemo I nve x C hass is Har dw ar e M anua l CHASSIS This chapter identifies and explains the various components of the Nemo Invex chassis. battery.
the backplane waits for all UICs to send a message that they have powered down.85 in) 12 VDC direct connection to vehicle or 120/240VAC 50/60Hz with external power adapter CHASSIS BACKPLANE From a practical standpoint. it is possible that other UIC modules will boot and run the measurement server but they will never get any messages from the backplane or UIC0 and. and voltage monitoring 3.91 in) 45.34 cm (17. the chassis backplane integrates the system’s communications and control functions together. Specifically.NEM O I NVE X 13 If UIC0 is missing. When the user turns off the rear-panel switch. Includes the power supply and primary control for: • • • • Module reset and shutdown management Battery charging and use management Fan control Temperature. the backplane maintains the following operations: 1. field expandable All I/O on front. and will ultimately remove power after some minutes even if it does not get confirmation that all UICs have shut down.18 cm (15. Provides the Gigabit Ethernet switch and connectivity to all the modules communicating with the Nemo Invex software application on the laptop. 2. will not shut down. therefore. Provides serial communications distribution . GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS Description System temperature range Temp rise (full system) Shock & vibration Certification Architecture Connectors Power switch Module capacity Scanners Mechanical configurations Width Height Depth Power requirements Specification 0o C to 50o C +10o C MIL-810 (See details below) CE Approval – FCC Part 15 (See details below) Modular. This results in a “hard” shutdown. Enables 1 pulse-per-second (pps) distribution for GPS functions 4. It will not receive such messages if UIC0 is not present. current. 12 total Brackets allow for attaching 2 scanners to chassis Front exposed 40. except power connection (on rear) Rear 10 active.55 cm (6. which can damage the disk drive of the UIC.82 in) 17.
the shutdown process will be triggered. The battery is designed to run the platform for a period of time that allows graceful shutdown in the event that primary power is lost. the system will continue to operate normally under battery power. A fully loaded Nemo Invex system with test devices can draw nominally 20A. If the external power is interrupted. Therefore. chosen because of its inherent safety. If the power is suddenly removed from the embedded controller (without a UPS). to make certain that the embedded PCs have enough time to shut down. .8V 7Ah. The Nemo Invex platform combines an internal battery with a boost regulator into a Uninteruptable Power Supply (UPS). the battery could supply the chassis for up to 15 minutes. the file system could become corrupt. a backup battery is used. Assuming a 20A drain. Rather it is intended to house isolation modules in a secure manner and to cool the modules by pulling ambient air from the filtered opening on the bottom of the chassis and exhausting it through the fan on the back of the chassis. The battery is a 12. then the backup battery will supply the system with energy. BATTERY LIFE AND POWER MANAGEMENT The Nemo Invex chassis power supply and power management system ensure that the data collection platform will operate reliably in difficult vehicle situations. preserving the data that has been collected and the integrity of the platform itself. If the interruption is short (less than one minute). unstable. high energy density and ability to deliver very high current for just such a scenario as described above. or even unreadable. Obviously the vehicle must have a sound battery and alternator to support the collection platform. however often issues like voltage transients or loose wires will create havoc with computer based equipment. Proper shutdown procedures are followed to protect the integrity of the collected data file. If the external power interruption lasts longer than one minute.14 Nemo I nve x C hass is Har dw ar e M anua l Figure 6. enough time for safe shutdown of the UICs. Backplane Diagram Showing Functions and Slot Arrangement PASSIVE CHASSIS The passive chassis is equivalent to the the active chassis physically but does not contain the backplane and active circuitry to support UIC modules.
The fan is also powered from this output. See the General Chassis Specification Table on page 15 for maximum power ratings. The 5 volt and 6. The voltage outputs provided by this unit are 13. It is mounted on the inside-back panel of the chassis. The backplane. and remote on/off switch control.3 volts. 3. transient protected. The main 3. distributes power to the various modules. and switched before distribution on the backplane. The +13. Short wires connect the power supply to the backplane. remote battery back-up control.6 volts (unregulated).5 volts. remote power supply type (rating) identification.3 volt DC/DC converter provides the majority of the unit’s required power and is attached to a heat sink on the back panel. See the specification table for monitor/control detail. The input connector located on the back panel provides main input voltage connections. in turn. 5 volts.6 VDC (10V-16V) input. filtered. remote battery backup monitoring.5 volt outputs are used for special low current applications.6 V input is fused.NEM O I NVE X 15 DC/DC Converter The DC/DC Converter provides regulated system voltages from a nominal +13. The figure below indicates the pin out: PIN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Description External Power Sense Input Positive 10-16 Volt Main Input External Battery Voltage Sense Input UPS Enable Output Signal Ground Signal Ground External Supply ID Sense Remote Power Switch Input Main Input Ground Not Used Power Supply Turn on Conditions The power supply will NOT turn on if: • • Input voltage > 16 Volts Input voltage < 10 Volts: . and 6. A PIC processor is incorporated on the converter assembly to provide the following supervisory functions: • • • • • • • • Input voltage and current Low input voltage shutdown Output voltage monitor Unit temperature Fan control Power supply rating identification Remote power on Remote battery back-up controle Status messages are sent from this processor to the embedded controller via a serial link.
0 Volts (+20%) 5.16 Nemo I nve x C hass is Har dw ar e M anua l • • If the supply last turned off due to low input voltage.5 Volts (-25%) 5.9 Volts (-25%) 3.0 Volts Figure 7.25 Volts (+20%) 6. See the Serious Error and Restart topic below for other turn-on limitations.3 output voltage > 4.2 output voltage < 3.5 Volts Input voltage > 17.5 Volts Input voltage > 16.44 Volts (+15%) Power Supply Warning Conditions The power supply will issue a warning (while turned on) if: • • • Input current > supply capacity (warning every 1 second) Input voltage < 10.3 output voltage < 2.2 output voltage > 6. it will not turn back on until the input voltage is greater than or equal to 12 volts. or if a power switch is toggled on.0 Volts 3. Automatic power shutdown for over and under voltage conditions . Power Supply Emergency Turn off Conditions • • • • • • • Input voltage > 18 Volts Input voltage < 9.5 output voltage > 7.0 Volts (warning every 1 second) (warning every 1 second) Power Supply Auto Shutdown Conditions Auto shutdown will be initiated if: • • Input voltage < 9.
NEM O I NVE X 17 Power Supply Serious Error Conditions and Restarting Once a serious error such as any of the emergency turn off conditions (other than for low voltage) occurs. the supply will NOT automatically turn back on. . and the fans will restart when internal chassis temperature reaches 35 degrees C. Power Supply Fan Function Once a connection to the Nemo Invex software application is completed the fans will function according to the following thresholds: • • ♦ Fans on at 35 degrees Celsius Fans off at 30 degrees Celsius Note: Fans may shutdown when a connection to the Nemo Invex software application is completed. This is normal. The Power must be cycled or a power switch (main or remote) must be switched off then on.
18 Nemo I nve x C hass is Har dw ar e M anua l NEMO INVEX MODULES This chapter identifies the various modules and systems that can be housed in the Nemo Invex chassis. Each module supports simultaneous interfacing for two USB devices.0 . only one high speed data modem can be used per UIC module). UNIVERSAL INTERFACE CONTROLLER MODULE The Universal Interface Controller Module (UIC) is the primary component of the Nemo Invex measurement system. USB Isolation Module. The UIC is a PC-based assembly utilizing Microsoft Embedded 7. and Headset Isolation Module.2 Ports available on front Power for HS isolation modules – 2 Ports on front Single port on front PIC Processor Download via Nemo Invex . Local mode operation is possible for troubleshooting via keyboard and monitor connections. System Interface Module. such as a handset and/or data modem (however. including the Universal Interface Module. Universal Interface Controller (UIC) Module (100800-03) Description Processor Ram Hard drive Ethernet USB AUX Power PCIe Supervisory processor Software updates Specification ATOM A530 Hyperthreaded processor 2GB 16 GB SATA Solid State 1 GB connection to backplane 2. Figure 8.
NEM O I NVE X 19 Device control PC control Module width Programmatic hard power reset Watchdog based hard reset 5HP 1” UIC Module: Status LED Control There are four tricolor LEDs (STS. State/Trigger Pic awake but has not started to booth the PC yet PC power button pressed as part of bootup process First temperature message received from Maintenace Service Pic code updated by updatePic or IP base address change from Maintenance Service. indicating the chassis should be power-cycled Pic receives power off controller message Pic receives response from PC to power off controller message (UIC0 only) At end of successful shutdown of all UICs (UIC0 only) Shutdown timer expired with one or more UICs not reporting back to UIC0 that they have shutdown (All slots except 0) Pic is stopped and ready to be shut down LED(s) set STS and ACT yellow on STS fast green blink ACT fast green blink USB 1 and USB 2 red fast blink ACT yellow on ACT slow yellow blink STS and ACT yellow on STS yellow on. ACT fast red blink STS and ACT yellow on . USB 1 and USB 2) on the UIC module. ACT.
System Interface (SI) Module (100800-01) . The GPS receiver conforms to Datum WGS84 and maintains an accuracy of 2. • • • The SI module provides a splitter with amplification to distribute GPS antenna signal to an optional external digital scanner. For more information on the SI module with optional DR kit. The Nemo Invex system maintains accurate time measurements when collecting data. the device checks with the network every five minutes Figure 9. The SI module houses the embedded GPS unit and antenna connections.5 M or better at altitudes up to 5000 M above sea level. please refer to page 25. By default.20 Nemo I nve x C hass is Har dw ar e M anua l SYSTEM INTERFACE MODULE Each Nemo Invex chassis contains a system interface module. the reported time will synchronize for as long as the unit maintains a network connection. Even if the unit loses its GPS signal. in addition to two RJ-45 plugs providing 1Gbit Ethernet connections.
disconnecting battery. indicating the chassis should be power-cycled Shutdown initiated by the backplane.NEM O I NVE X 21 SI Module: GPS Unit and Time Calibration The Nemo Invex System Interface (SI) module serves two key purposes. It is critical for the Nemo Invex platform – or any accurate network measurement system – to provide precise time information. immediately prior to sending message to UIC0 to start system shutdown Immediately prior to turning fan off. particularly in regard to Voice Quality. The GPS system is based on the UBLOX 6 receiver. and the other for adding an Ethernet connected scanner. First. and turning main power off LED(s) set STS and GPS green on GPS yellow On GPS green On STS fast red blink STS and GPS yellow on STS and GPS off . it provides the Ethernet connections to the chassis’ backplane hub. This UIC is responsible for controlling GPS functions. State/Trigger Main switch switched on. so that accurate data can be collected. The module houses two gigabit ports. and reporting GPS status. The SI module also contains the GPS unit. The GPS NMEA messages and 1pps time pulse are. one for the user interface. in turn. SI Module: Status LED Control There are two tricolor LEDs (STS and GPS) on the SI module. UBLOX 6 performance specifications: Every Nemo Invex system must hold a Universal Interface Controller Module in the first user slot. Each UIC uses this GPS information to accurately set the PC clock. internal 5V within acceptable range GPS not locked (set by UIC0 Pic) GPS locked (set by UIC0 Pic) Pic code updated by updatePic or IP base address change from Maintenance Service. routed from the SI card to every UIC connected to the chassis.
The cable set is typically unique to a handset and the user must set DIP switches to identify to the software what handset / cable set is installed. in the future it could be connected to a Bluetooth audio link or USB data card Description Processor Memory Software updates Device control Battery eliminator Device data interface Device audio interface UIC interface Module width Specification PIC32MX795 128K RAM.22 Nemo I nve x C hass is Har dw ar e M anua l HANDSET ISOLATION MODULE The Handset Isolation modules provide approximately 50 dB of isolation for a wide range of supported handsets for voice or data testing. E2PROM 8K Download via Nemo Outdoor Programmatic hard power reset Passive voltage regulation on main board USB 2.0 connection and an auxhiliary power port. 512K ROM. The cable set is user / field installable with proper tools and care. . temperature sensor. extension varies by device supported) A key feature is that device power can be independently switched allowing recovery from all recoverable issues. data storage. The module occupies two slots in the Nemo Invex chassis. a USB 2. The handset and BE are secured in the housing with a Velcro strap and elastomer mounting pad. The USB-A connector inside the module is currently unused. This cable set includes 1) handset connector (USB or proprietary) 2) battery eliminator (BE) 3) RF cable(s) for the handset antenna and 4) audio cable. Handset Isolation Module (100820-xx. The module features a high-quality machined aluminum case with 2 SMA antenna ports.4MB Flash. Cable sets for specific phone models are required. EEPROM and Flash memory. USB and power are supplied to the handset isolation module from the UIC.0 Single or double-ended USB 2. Additional features include an internal audio soundcard. Figure 10.0 10HP 2” For a handset to be supported in the Handset Isolation Module a custom cable set must first be created.
The module occupies one slot in the Nemo Invex chassis. Figure 11. but providing high voltage to a low voltage eliminator could destroy any attached handset. Once this is accomplished. USB Modem Isolation Module (100820-xx. polarized and and fully shrouded so that the user will not be able to accidentally or unknowingly plug intermix high voltage and low voltage eliminators with the wrong type of cable set. The modem plugs into the USB Type A connector located at the rear of the module. Providing low voltage to a high voltage eliminator will not cause any harm. the handset is released and made available for Outdoor MODEM ISOLATION MODULE The Modem Isolation module provides RF isolation for USB modems with 2 antenna ports and USB connectivity. The module provides secure mounting for the USB modem using an adjustable mounting bracket that works in conjunction with a cushioned pad to hold the modem firmly in place. so the Isolation module will always read the BE type (high/low) before applying voltage. Note the connectors are all unique. The initialization routine will start the handset and also set the audio play and record gain levels. extension varies by device supported) .NEM O I NVE X 23 Once operational the software queries the handset module to see what device is installed and what type of BE is in use. while The front panel provides both USB Type B and antenna (SMA(F) type coaxial) connections. The HS isolation module supports both the new low voltage type BE and legacy BE’s that ran off of a higher voltage and have onboard regulators. This will eliminate the possibility of destroying hardware because of an improperly configured DIP switch.
5. Tighten hold down screws. Touch the metal chassis case to discharge any possible static charge. Loosen module hold down screws. Turn power switch on unit to the off position but leave power connected. Install module into the desired slot by carefully pressing until fully seated. A damaged module might not fail immediately. Carefully remove the module from the antistatic bag. The chassis contains 10 primary slot positions. . Leave the modules in the antistatic bag until ready for installation. 1. Touch the metal chassis case to discharge any possible static charge. 4. The part numbers for blank panel assemblies vary by size and can be purchased from Anite. 2. 3. Turn power switch on unit to the off position but leave power connected. MODULE INSTALLATION ♦ Caution! Modules are electrostatic sensitive. Remove module by carefully pulling on handle only. 5.24 Nemo I nve x C hass is Har dw ar e M anua l MODULE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION This chapter explains the general process for removing and adding modules to the Nemo Invex system. 2. 3. 4. empty slots must be covered using blank panel assemblies. ♦ Caution! Empty module positions require blank covers To provide proper cooling air flow across all modules. DO NOT touch the connectors or components on the board. Place module in approved antistatic bag for transport or storage. Keep body movement to a minimum as the modules are handled. MODULE REMOVAL 1. Even a small electrostatic discharge could damage the module. but over time will become worse. possibly causing an “intermittent” problem. Be very careful to handle the boards ONLY by the edges.
G1) Interconnect cable WN000037 DR Cable Kit WN000047 INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS ♦ Note that it is imperative that the Nemo Invex chassis is fixed with screws in your vehicle if dead reckoning is used. 499082-58 (AN000024. It is recommended that you go to a local car dealership and ask help with connecting the cables and locating the speed pulse signal for your car.Input Module. positioning data is calculated based on speed.g. The Nemo Invex SI module incorporates LEA-6R u-blox 6 GPS modules with Sensor Fusion Dead Reckoning (SFDR). heading. but it can be configured vice-versa using UBX–CFG (Config) – EKF (EKF Settings). .(LEA-6R Application Note). the direction must be set to forward by configuring the meaning of the direction pin appropriately. Average accuracy is better than 5% and position is given as an average of the GPS and the external wheel sensor. Alternatively. As the forward/backward direction signal is not available in all cars. may lead to wrong direction calculation and therefore wrong positioning. and direction. The optional GPS Dead Reckoning Kit (100820-17) includes the following parts: • • • Nemo Invex DR. In dead reckoning. It is recommended to use a direction indicator for best DR performance. find a service that installs taximeters and ask them to do the GPS DR unit installation for you. speed will be set to 0 m/s and the position output is frozen at the last known position. it indicates forward driving. If the signal is high. Accelerometers are located inside the SI module.NEM O I NVE X 25 SI MODULE W ITH DR (OPTIONAL) Dead Reckoning (DR) provides GPS positioning in locations where GPS data is missing or the signal is weak. GPS only navigation is not affected by this configuration. The installation of the GPS DR unit varies from car to car. If no direction signal is available. If the pulse frequency is below the minimum frequency (1Hz). otherwise DR positioning will be incorrect due to the wrong direction. The direction signal indicates whether the vehicle is moving forward or backward. The speedpulse signal required for DR modules must have a frequency range from 1 Hz to 2kHz (0 Hz is equal to a speed of 0 km/hour) and must be linear to the driven speed. speed dead band: no pulses below a certain speed limit). try to make use of the reverse gear light. Non-linearity of the speedpulse signal (e.
there is a set of screw terminals. combine this with a MEMs gyro to give speed and heading information when GPS is lost.Backup signal 8 . The ground can be the chassis or a screw holding down the sensor/computer.VSS negative 2 . look at the two LEDs on the interface module. Before the system will work. .VSS enable (should be left on at all times) 2 . Connect the backup signal the same way. This can cause instability and erroneous readings. Once the hardware is installed do a quick check.VSS positive 3 . Start the engine and turn the system on. The dip switch settings are: 1 . One is marked FORWARD and the other SPEED. Choose the car/van you are going to use and then access the VSS (vehicle speed sensor).Ground Connect the VSS positive to the VSS signal and the VSS negative to the closest ground.6 unused 7 . Once the mainframe has started.Backup signal inverted ♦ NOTE: Switches 7 and 8 should never be on together. it must be connected to a car.26 Nemo I nve x C hass is Har dw ar e M anua l HARDWARE The DR system is designed to use the speed information and backup light information from a car. There are four pins on the screw terminal: 1 . All newer cars use digital speed control.Backup signal positive 4 . This is different for each car. a dip switch and two LEDs. On the input module of the SI.
3. the GPS system will not give the correct messages for Nemo Outdoor to run properly. install the U-Center application on the Nemo Invex laptop.pdf document (Chapter 3) available on the Nemo Invex product DVD for instructions on installing the drivers on the Nemo Invex laptop. It should show it is connected and should blink green when data is transferred. The Speed led should blink slowly. Now the led should be on. the SPEED led should be off. When calibrating the unit.1 sec on time per pulse. . At the bottom of the screen. Now drive forward approximately at the speed of 3 km/h (2 mph). When the car is moving forward. it takes over control of the GPS system. switch 7 and 8. the led will stay on. DR CALIBRATION ♦ ♦ Note that you must have good satellite coverage for the calibration to start. After installing the drivers. the FOREWARD led should be on.0.exe file found on the Nemo Invex product DVD and follow the instructions on screen. connect a USB to mini USB cable from the PC to the UBLOX module. but do not start Nemo Outdoor. If not. When the USB cable is connected to the SI and U-Center is started. the led should go off. INSTALLING DRIVER AND U-CENTER APPLICATION Please refer to the USBSensorDriverForWindows7(GPS-SW-09012). If the led ever goes off and stays off while you are moving. start the Nemo Invex mainframe. so when the car is moving 15 km/h (10 mph) and faster. Under Device Manager on the PC you should see a virtual serial port.NEM O I NVE X 27 When the car is not moving. there is a problem. Put the car in reverse and the led should switch off (assuming you connected Pin 3 on the screw terminal). The led has a 0. Port and select the virtual COM port.1. Once the drivers and the U-Center program have been installed. When the USB cable is disconnected. Start the U-Center program. Open the U-Center application and open the Configuration view by clicking the Configuration View button in the toolbar. there is a serial port symbol. When you stop. open Receiver. Run the ucenterSetup-6.
28 Nemo I nve x C hass is Har dw ar e M anua l Select EKF from the list on the left to view the EKF settings. select the Clear Calibration Data option then press Send at the bottom of the Configuration view. EKF Enabled should be selected at all times. Finally press Send. To clear old information and start a new calibration. a 90Deg shift. such as. Set the Gyro axis to Counterclockwise Set the Direction Pin Polarity to High Forward. . This is needed only when you first put a system in a vehicle or if you do a major position change on the mainframe. Now open the Messages view by clicking the Message View button in the toolbar.
When all parameters are above 95%. You can remove the antenna and you should still get GPS information. then there is a hardware problem. You need to make several turns during this time period. remove the USB cable. Disconnect U-Center and remove the USB cable. Run the calibration. This may take 8 to 15 kilometers (5 to 10 miles). Similarly. . The 10-Single Tick value should increase as the car moves. the Gyro Z value should change as you turn left or right. the unit is calibrated. and turn the Nemo Invex mainframe off. If the LED blinks when the car moves. Scale Factor Ticks. 3. 5. if the U-Center program is used at any point. Once you get a good GPS signal and start driving. and Bias Gyro are above 80%. this screen will show how well the system is calibrated. Reset the EKF system. Turn the Nemo Invex mainframe off. 6. 2. Once the Scale Factor Ticks is above 80%. but not Nemo Outdoor. Connect the USB cable and start U-Center. 4. the DR system will start to work. the Gyro and Bias will start to calibrate.NEM O I NVE X 29 First select UBX – ESF – MEAS from the list on the left. you need to 1. the Nemo Invex mainframe must be shut down and re-started when the U-Center program is disconnected. Disconnect U-Center. Start the Nemo Invex mainframe. However. Scale Factor Gyro. The system is now ready for normal use. After all three values. You must drive for 1 to 3 kilometers (1 to 2 miles) without sharp turns for this to calibrate. and the Single Tick value does not change. The scale factor will calibrate first. look at the % calibration message. In short. Then select UBX – NAV – EKFSTATUS. Temperature will change with temperature.
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