|Products||ISO 18000-7 Transponders and Range of Hardware and Integration Services|
|Base Period||04/08/14 to 04/07/17 (3 Years)|
|Current Option / Ordering Periods||
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Satellite Tag GT-1100 Battery Issue
Problem: The version of firmware on these devices has an issue where the processor checked the battery voltage provided by the solar panel instead of the battery, giving the processor a false impression that the battery had sufficient capacity to operate. This caused the device to shut down before completing its boot cycle and it was not able to recover on its own.
Solution: To avoid this issue in the future, the bootloader and application firmware should be updated to the latest version which has incorporated fixes for these issues. Units currently in production have the current firmware and will avoid this issue. This version of firmware has been released for nearly a year.
Plan of Action: Unfortunately, the bootloader needs to be updated locally. For cost and expediency purposes, we recommend the Navy open a support ticket at Caution-www.savi.com; the customer will be instructed to ship the units to ORBCOMM so they can update the firmware and charge the batteries, then return them.
PDK Lite SMR 650-218 Configuraton
How to configure SMR 650-218 on PDK Lite with Panasonic FZ-G1 tablet
- Insure that tablet and SMR are fully charged
- Open Device Manager
- Select Ports
- Unplugged the SMR to see which port number it is on. It is usually on Port #6
- Go to the desk top and select Smart Chain Workstation
- Select Configuration
- Discover Device
- Attached Active Device
- Select RS232 from drop down menu
- Enter the Port number for SMR from 2 above (#6)
- Select “SMR-650”
- From the “General” menu on left select “Read Tag”
- Select “Collect”
- You should now have a read on all tags with in the read range of the SMR-650