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The following graphic icons are used throughout the documentation set. DANGER: The signal word DANGER with the associated safety icon implies information that, if disregarded, will result in death or serious injury. WARNING: The signal word WARNING with the associated safety icon implies information that, if disregarded, could result in death or serious injury, or serious product damage. CAUTION: The signal word CAUTION with the associated safety icon implies information that, if disregarded, may result in minor or moderate injury, or serious product damage. CAUTION: The signal word CAUTION may be used without the safety icon to state potential damage or injury that is not related to the product. IMPORTANT: IMPORTANT statements contain information that is crucial to the discussion at hand, but is not CAUTION or WARNING. There is no warning level associated with the IMPORTANT statement. NOTICE: NOTICE contains information more important than the surrounding text, such as exceptions or preconditions.http://www.fototapetki.pl/upload/images/cummins-parts-manual.xml They also refer the reader elsewhere for additional information, remind the reader how to complete an action (when it is not part of the current procedure, for instance), or tell the reader where something is on the screen. There is no warning level associated with a notice. Send Feedback 13 14 This page intentionally left blank. 15 C10-BK CPS Plus Overview Chapter 1 CPS Plus Overview Customer Programming Software (CPS) Plus provides a programming interface between a PC and TETRA radios. CPS Plus allows you to program radios with configuration files called codeplugs. A codeplug is a repository of configuration data for a radio. It includes features (also the selling features) and adjustable parameters. Codeplugs can be modified using CPS Plus. CPS Plus enables you to easily manage radio software updates. A typical software package contains platform-specific software components: firmware, codeplugs, language packs, and selling features (licenses required). Such packages, for all available platforms, are bundled in release packets and delivered on a disk or online. You can import release packets directly to CPS Plus and use the bundled software to upgrade radios. Figure 1: CPS Plus Overview Table 1: CPS Plus Overview Annotation Description 1 Motorola Solutions supplies its customers with radio software release packets and CPS Plus. 2 CPS Plus User can modify radio codeplugs, apply audio templates, and manage radio software upgrades. 3 CPS Plus is compatible with assorted models of Motorola Solutions TETRA radios and can read and write radio configuration from up to 16 devices through the USB port on a PC or a laptop. The most common tasks using CPS Plus include: Reading codeplugs from radios. Writing codeplugs to radios. Editing codeplugs. Send Feedback 15 16 C10-BK Chapter 1: CPS Plus Overview Upgrading radios with newer software. Enabling standard features. Reserve approximately 20 minutes for the complete installation.https://formations.fondationmironroyer.com/en/node/11756 Standalone Installation: It is used to install a fresh copy or upgrade an old version of CPS Plus. Release Packet: It is used to upgrade an old version of CPS Plus Send Feedback 17 C10-BK Chapter 1: CPS Plus Overview You want to install the CPS Plus application on your PC. If it is a fresh installation and the CPS Plus is the only instance of the CPS on this machine, follow the procedure steps. If it is an additional CPS instance or the legacy CPS replacement, verify the concept of migrating between the CPS versions and using the USB Driver tool. Procedure: 1 Insert the CPS Plus DVD in to the DVD-ROM drive. 2 Browse through the DVD contents. Double-click the relevant installation file, for example: TetraCPSPlus32Setup.exe. NOTICE: If the Security Window appears, allow to run the software on your machine. 3 Follow the installation wizard and accept the license agreement. NOTICE: Do not change the default installation directories. For the Complete version, it takes approximately 15 minutes to finish the installation. Postrequisites: After a successful installation, you can launch the application using the desktop shortcut. The default location for the executable file is C:\Program Files\MotorolaSolutions \Tetra CPS Plus\Bin\ for the 32 bit version of Windows and C:\Program Files (x86)\motorolasolutions\tetra CPS Plus\Bin\ for the 64 bit version of Windows. 1.2 Starting CPS Plus Prerequisites: CPS is installed on the computer. When and where to use: To launch the CPS Plus application. Procedure: 1 Double-click the TETRA CPS Plus shortcut icon on the desktop or click Start Programs Motorola TETRA CPS Plus. The application launches. NOTICE: To skip the application welcome screen when starting the application, in CPS click Tools User Options Display and select the checkbox Hide Splash Window. In Windows 7 you can change the setting by selecting High performance in the Select a power plan section from Start Control Panel System and Security Power Options.https://academyocgc.com/images/carpinteria-de-madera-manual.pdf In Windows 10 you can change the setting by selecting High Performance in the Choose or customize a power plan section from Control Panel Hardware and Sound Power Options. Send Feedback 17 18 C10-BK Chapter 1: CPS Plus Overview 1.3 Activating CPS Plus Perform the following steps when you want to activate your version of CPS Plus and gain access to all the functions of the application. Prerequisites: Purchase an official entitlement from Motorola Solutions. Run CPS Plus. Procedure: 1 Perform one of the following actions: If If you want to activate CPS Plus online and the application can connect to the license server, If you want to activate CPS Plus offline using a license file stored locally, If you want to use CPS Plus as an interface to obtain a license file for a nonactivated CPS Plus that cannot connect to the license server, Then perform the following actions: a b c From the License menu, select Activate CPS Application. In the Activate CPS window enter the Entitlement ID value and click Activate CPS. Restart CPS Plus to complete the activation procedure.In the Activate CPS window click Import License File. Navigate to the license file and click Open. Restart CPS Plus to verify the imported license. NOTICE: The license file from the network drive must not be used to activate CPS Plus offline.In the Activate CPS window click Save License Request. Navigate to the chosen location, enter the file name and click Save. Transfer the license request file to the PC with the CPS Plus that can connect to the license server. In the CPS Plus, from the License menu, select Request License File. Optional: If Tools Options Licensing Automatic Licensing Mode is not selected, enter the Entitlement ID value and click Load Entitlement. Click Load Request File. Navigate to the license request file and click Open.Transfer the license file to the PC with the non-activated CPS Plus.Procedure: 1 For information about changes in radio software releases (Release Packets), click Help What's New in CPS Plus. 2 To open the help file, press F1 or click Help CPS Help Index. 3 To find the content, browse the table of contents or use the Search tab. Select the check box Ignore font sizes specified on Web pages. Click OK. 1.5 Migrating Between CPS Versions After installing the CPS Plus application, you can still retain previous versions of CPS. Legacy CPS may be needed if you support radios running on legacy software platforms, not supported by the new CPS Plus (lower than MR5.9). The new CPS Plus supports multiple radio software versions (release packets). Therefore you do not need to upgrade CPS Plus for every new radio software release. Replacing Legacy CPS with CPS Plus You have decided to replace the legacy CPS with the latest CPS Plus. It is possible only if your radios run on the software platforms MR5.9 and higher. If not, first upgrade the radios using the legacy CPS and then you may uninstall the legacy CPS. Maintaining Legacy CPS and CPS Plus You have decided to use CPS Plus for newer radios and retain your legacy CPS to use it with radios running on legacy platforms, not supported by CPS Plus (lower than MR5.9). Always install CPS Plus as the last one, to make sure that you have installed the latest USB drivers. The legacy CPS versions lower than R6x (also known as lower than MR5.10 radio software) require older USB drivers. Therefore remember to use the USB Driver Tool before connecting the legacy radios and the other way around. Check marks indicate in what cases, when switching between the two instances of CPS, you use the USB Driver Tool. For example, you currently use CPS Plus but want to program older radios. The old legacy CPS version that you have on your PC reads D6x It is older version than the Send Feedback 19 20 C10-BK Chapter 1: CPS Plus Overview R6x, therefore use the USB Driver Tool and install old drivers. In the table, this case is under the first row CPS Plus and the third column Legacy CPS Preceding R6x Table 3: CPS Plus The Use of USB Driver Tool for Switching Between Different CPS Versions CPS Plus Legacy CPS Preceding R6x Legacy CPS R6x or Newer CPS Plus Legacy CPS Preceding R6x Legacy CPS R6x or Newer 1.6 Supported File Formats Table 4: CPS Plus Supported File Formats File Extension Description Create Edit Import Export.add.cpd.cpe.dbf.gif.mou.prl Audio Device Descriptors file format. Old codeplug file format. Use File Save As to save to the new.cpe format. Codeplug file format. Use File Save As to save to the new.cpe format. A screen saver graphic file format. TETRA key distribution file format. Profile file format. Table continued 20 Send Feedback 21 C10-BK Chapter 1: CPS Plus Overview File Extension Description Create Edit Import Export.rpk.stf.stfs.wav Radio software release packets file format. Single audio template file format. Audio template package file format. Figure 2: CPS Plus Main Window Table 6: CPS Plus Graphical User Interface Annotation GUI Item Description 1a Menu bar An area that groups all the menus. 1b Toolbar An area that groups icons for basic tasks. 2a 2b Codeplug pane Codeplug tree Codeplug pane Codeplug fields Represents a hierarchical data structure of a codeplug. A table with data-entry points for features and values. 3 Radio Icons List A fly-out area that visually represents connected radios and status of programming operations. 4 Information pane An area that provides a dialog interface between the application and the user. It contains the following tabs: Help displays context-sensitive topics. Table continued Send Feedback 25 26 C10-BK Chapter 2: User Interface Annotation GUI Item Description Invalid displays invalid parameters, for example when the parameter you have entered is out of range. Warning displays cautionary messages. 5 Progress bar Conveys the progress of a programming task. 6 Codeplug file name tab Allows you to switch between the opened codeplugs. Use to open a profile. Use to create a newer version of an existing codeplug and open it in CPS Plus. You can use your already configured codeplugs with the newer radio software, but first upgrade the device to the relevant radio software version. NOTICE: Upgraded codeplugs preserve all the user data settings. Use to create a newer profile. In order to support newer radio software versions the profiles must be up-to-date. NOTICE: The upgraded profile preserves all the settings from the baseline profile. Use to convert a codeplug from one radio model to another. Use to close the active codeplug. Use to save changes to the active codeplug. Use to save as a new codeplug. Use to transfer a codeplug from a radio to CPS Plus. Use to transfer an active codeplug from CPS Plus to a radio. Use to copy and write a subset of specified codeplug parameters from an active codeplug to the selected radio. Use to copy and replicate a subset of specified codeplug parameters from an active codeplug to the selected codeplug. Use to verify the codeplug for errors before copying it to a radio. Table continued 26 Send Feedback 27 C10-BK Chapter 2: User Interface Menu Item Generate Profile Apply Profile to Radio Apply Profile to Codeplug Compare Codeplug Import Export Change Codeplug Password Exit Description Use to create a file with a subset of specified codeplug parameters. This function is like Copy Wizard, but you can save the profile on a disk and reuse it in the future. Use to program configuration from a profile to the selected radio. Use to copy values from a profile and replicate them on to an active codeplug. This function is like Codeplug Copy Wizard. Use to examine configuration differences between two codeplugs. Use to import a file to CPS Plus. Use to export a file from CPS Plus. Use to protect a codeplug with a password. Use to close CPS Plus. 2.2 Edit Menu The Edit menu contains commands used while editing codeplugs. Table 8: CPS Plus Edit Menu Items Menu Item Copy Paste Find Undo Redo Description Use to copy text content from the selected codeplug field so you can paste it in another location. Use to paste the text content you have copied from another codeplug field. Use to search an active codeplug to find a specific field. Use to reverse changes that you have done to the active codeplug. This function does not work after you save the changes to the codeplug. Use to remake changes done by the Undo command. 2.3 Tools Menu Table 9: CPS Plus Tools Menu Items Menu Item Authenticate Radio Set Radio Password Turn Off Radio Description Use to authenticate a radio protected with the Codeplug Authentication feature. Use to set a password to one or more radios. Use to turn off the radio safely. Use to write a selected firmware to a radio. Verify that you perform this operation to the correct unit. The software version must match the codeplug version that resides on the radio. The software version can be found in the Codeplug Subscriber Unit Parameters Application Image. Upgrade Lite only allow upgrading radios that are version pre- MR5.9 to a version that is MR 5.9 or newer. Downgrade Lite only allows downgrading a radio to MR5.9 or newer. NOTICE: When using the downgrade option, all the user data is lost. Only the factory and the sensitivity data remain unchanged. It is not recommended to downgrade codeplugs and then downgrade radios. Use the Restore Radio option instead. Use to write a previous version of software to a radio. CPS Plus uses radio software from the release packet repository and copies of compatible codeplugs. Each time after reading a radio, CPS Plus automatically backs up each codeplug and stores in the directory chosen during the installation, by default: C:\Program Files\MotorolaSolutions\Tetra CPS Plus\BackupCodeplugs. NOTICE: After this operation, the user data values remain unchanged. Use to delete entire radio flash memory. That is to delete the radio software, codeplug with all settings, and security keys. Use to collect the unique CPU HW ID that identifies your radio or control head. Use to reactivate a disabled radio (only for PDV2). CPS Plus automatically selects the appropriate software version and uses codeplugs from the backup folder to restore the radio. NOTICE: Ensure that a PDV2 feature license file is imported or that the PVD2 selling feature was enabled on the PC. Use to write a selected language pack to a radio. Use to collect mobility log and Short Data Services (SDS) or Callout data from the radio or pager. Use to detect a radio connected through the RS-232 port. By default, audio template files are included in release packets. If you removed the default audio templates or received a set of customized templates, use this option to import the files to the CPS Plus repository. Use to change CPS Plus general settings. 28 Send Feedback 29 C10-BK Chapter 2: User Interface Options Table 10: CPS Plus Description of the Options Menu Item General Licensing Security Filename Description Use to set the user interface language and to protect codeplugs with a password before saving. Use to configure the Motorola Solutions Licensing System entitlement. Automatic Licensing Mode if selected, when you enable selling features on the radio, CPS Plus automatically activates the features included in the stored entitlements. You can add entitlements to the list (by entering the unique entitlement IDs and clicking Add) and remove them from it. The list can contain maximum twenty entitlements. Use a Customized Proxy Server to connect to Motorola Solutions License Server select and enter the necessary data if you do not want to use the default proxy server. To verify the settings, click Test. Protection Mode: use to set the protection mode for the radio. Basic CPS Plus uses a codeplug password encryption that is backward compatible to the previous CPS Plus version. You can select one of the following options: - Use Certification File allows you to import certification files, remove them or create PC-bound machine signatures that are used to generate certification files. Each certification file contains a PC-bound machine signature and a password list. When using a certification file, the user does not know the actual password stored in the file. NOTICE: The certification file generated by a specific PCbound machine signature can only be imported to the CPS Plus that generated that signature. - Use Self-defined Passwords allows you to add passwords to the list or remove them from it. Mixed CPS Plus allows you to choose the protection scope when you perform a security action, such as setting or changing the password. If you select Mixed mode and perform a security action, a password dialog popsup with Basic and Enhanced - Manual options. Display Use to control graphical elements of the interface. Table continued Send Feedback 29 30 C10-BK Chapter 2: User Interface Menu Item Communications Directories Default Selling Features Default Language Packs Log Description Hide splash window Do not show the splash screen while loading the application (launch faster). Show tooltips for Codeplug fields (range for parameters) Display a small box with range values when hovering a mouse cursor over a codeplug field. Minimize the icon in the system tray (conserve space on taskbar) Minimize to an icon in the system tray (next to the system clock icon) conserve space on the taskbar for other applications. Remember USB ports location in Terminal Icon List Boxes in the Radio Icon List can remember the USB port assignments. Therefore you can organize and keep the same array of connected radios and manage the programming almost intuitively. For example, you connect four radios to four separate USB ports for the first time. CPS Plus remembers the port assignment and next time you connect a single radio to the USB port 2, the radio appears in the box 2 in Radio Icon List. Enable feedback tones (Note: this option will impact IE browser as well) Allows you to enable or disable feedback tones (clicking sound). These tones are played while you click on codeplug fields. When the flag is checked, feedback tones are enabled. You may uncheck this option to mute the feedback tones. Enable Windows Visual Style Allows CPS Plus to adopt Windows Visual Style. Windows XP and later operating systems support a feature called Visual Styles that enables the appearance of common controls to change based on the theme chosen by you. When the flag is checked, the CPS Plus is configured to use Windows Visual Styles and if left unchecked, the CPS Plus uses Windows Classic style. Use to toggle data compression and enable faster programming. Use to define the default locations for codeplugs. IMPORTANT: If you decide to change the backup codeplug directory, remember to move the backup codeplug files to the new location. Use to define which selling features are selected by default in the License Enable Radio Selling Features dialog box. Use to define which languages appear as default radio languages in the Tools Languages option. Use to define the default location and the format for log files. Table continued 30 Send Feedback 31 C10-BK Chapter 2: User Interface Menu Item Recovery Description Use to define the recovery mode. If you accidentally disconnect and turn off the radio during programming (corrupted software, codeplug or a language pack), this function can recover radio. Recovery Detect corrupted software and start recovery automatically after you connect the corrupted radio, CPS Plus detects the software version, and starts the recovery process automatically. If no suitable software or a codeplug is stored in the default location on the hard drive, CPS Plus switches to the manual recovery. Detect corrupted software but let me start recovery manually after you connect the corrupted radio, CPS Plus detects the software version but lets you start the recovery process manually. Software Version Strategy Use the latest available software CPS Plus uses the most recent radio software and codeplug available on the hard drive (release repository and backup folder). Use the oldest available software CPS Plus uses the earliest radio software and codeplug available on the hard drive (release repository and backup folder). 2.4 Release Packet Menu A delivery method for release packets may vary (on a disk or online). Ask your local customer representative for details. Table 11: CPS Plus Release Packet Menu Items Menu Item Import Release Packet Import Software Release Packet Manager Reset all Release Packets Description Use to import release packets to the local CPS Plus repository. Use to import release packets that contain specific radio software. Use to explore and manage (import, view, and remove content) software files stored in the CPS Plus repository. Use to restore the packet repository to its default contents (packets shipped and installed with CPS Plus). CPS Plus deletes all the release packets imported manually after the installation and preserves only the default packets. You can also use this option to restore the default release packets if you accidentally removed them from the repository. To add a new packet to the repository, click Import New Packets and select the file. To remove a packet from the repository, select the item from the list and click Remove Packets. CPS Plus restarts after each operation. Lists all the components of the selected release packet. You can only view the content but cannot add or remove the packet elements. Use to import a packet or packets to the CPS Plus repository. Use to remove a packet or packets from the CPS Plus repository. 2.5 License Menu Table 13: CPS Plus License Menu Items Menu Item Activate CPS Application Enable Radio Selling Features Export Radio Information List Request License File Import License File Description Use to activate the CPS Plus application online (by connecting to the license server) or offline (by importing a license file stored locally). Use to enable selling features on the connected radios. Use to export radio information to a file. The exported list contains the TETRA Equipment Identity (TEI) number that uniquely identifies the radio and is necessary when requesting a license file from a non-activated CPS Plus. Use to request license files for CPS Plus applications or radio selling features. Use to import selling feature licenses from a file in an activated CPS Plus. 2.6 View Menu The View menu contains commands to toggle the CPS Plus panes. Table 14: CPS Plus View Menu Menu Item Hide Tree View Hide Bottom View Task Window Description Use to toggle the codeplug tree view pane. Use to toggle the bottom information pane. Use to verify programming operations history. 32 Send Feedback 33 C10-BK Chapter 2: User Interface 2.7 Window Menu The Window menu contains commands that allow you to arrange codeplug windows that are currently opened on the desktop. 2.8 Help Menu The Help menu contains commands that allow you access the online help browser and information about the CPS Plus version. You can also report CPS Plus related issues by using the Report Issue option. NOTICE: To find out more about the supported radio models, go to Help About. 2.9 Codeplug Panes Figure 3: CPS Plus Codeplug Panes GUI Elements NOTICE: The number of codeplug nodes and fields varies according to the radio model. Table 15: CPS Plus Codeplug Panes GUI Elements Annotation GUI Item Description 1 Codeplug tree Represents a hierarchical data structure of all codeplug nodes (features). 2 Codeplug fields search bar Allows you to search the active codeplug and find a codeplug field. Table continued Send Feedback 33 34 C10-BK Chapter 2: User Interface Annotation GUI Item Description 3 Check boxes Select to enable codeplug features and options. 4 Selling Feature indicator The grey bar indicates that it is a selling feature. 5 Drop-down list Contains multiple values to choose from. 6 Set Default button Allows to reset the field to its default value. 7a Invalid parameter indicator Indicates that the parameter value is incorrect. 7b Indicates that some parameters in this node have incorrect values. 8 Range tooltip Indicates a range for numerical parameters. 9 Status bar Indicates the protection mode set for the radio. Table 16: CPS Plus Status Bar Protection Mode Icons List GUI Item Description Current protection mode set to Basic. Current protection mode set to Enhanced - Manual. Current protection mode set to Enhanced - Automatic Radio Icons List Radio Icons List provides monitoring and operational functions to manage radios. It is a fly-out element so it can automatically appear and hide out from the working area (useful to save space). Icons and color codes help you to identify radios and a programming operations status. The context-menu, in other words the right-click menu, provides access to the most frequently used functions. 34 Send Feedback 35 C10-BK Chapter 2: User Interface Figure 4: CPS Plus Radio Icons Panels Table 17: CPS Plus Radio Icons Panels Annotation GUI Item Description 1 Programmable radios 2 Non-programmable radios Radios are connected to the PC and operating in the flashing mode. Radios are connected to the PC but not operating in the flashing mode. Figure 5: CPS Plus Radio Icons List (Programmable Radios) Figure 6: CPS Plus Radio Icons List (Non-Programmable Radios) Send Feedback 35 36 C10-BK Chapter 2: User Interface Table 18: CPS Plus Radio Icons List Annotation GUI Item Description 1 The radio is detected. CPS Plus initializes the connection. Assorted radio model icons. The radio needs a recovery.