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EEHD974001PRO-LINK UltraHardware and SoftwareUser’s ManualPowered by NEXIQ Technologies

PRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s ManualIDSC Holdings LLC retains all ownership rights to the PRO-LINK Ultra and its documentation. The PRO-LINK Ultra source code is a confidential trade secret of IDSC Holdings LLC. You may not decipher or decompile PROLINK Ultra software, develop source code for the PRO-LINK Ultra, or knowingly allow others to do so. The PROLINK Ultra and its documentation may not be sublicensed or transferred without the prior written consent of IDSCHoldings LLC.This guide, as well as the software it describes, is furnished under license and may only be used or copied inaccordance with the terms of such license. The content of this guide is furnished for informational use only, is subjectto change without notice, and should not be construed as a commitment by IDSC Holdings LLC. IDSC Holdings LLCassumes no responsibility or liability for any errors or inaccuracies that may appear in this guide.Except as permitted by such license, no part of this publication may be reproduced, or transmitted, in any form or byany means, electronic, mechanical, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of IDSC Holdings LLC.PRO-LINK is a registered trademark of IDSC Holdings LLC.Snap-on is a trademark of Snap-on Incorporated. 2014 Snap-on Incorporated. All other marks are trademarks or registered trademarks of the respective holders.Pictures for illustration purposes only. Specifications are subject to change without notice.Snap-on 2801 80th St., Kenosha, WI 53143www.snapon.comEEHD974001Revised: 04/22/2014

Chapter 1: Using this Manual .1Manual Overview .2Conventions .3 Chapter 2: Hardware and User Interface Overview .5Component Checklist .6Product Specifications .7Hardware Overview .8Front View . 8Top View . 9Back View . 10Back View Showing Battery Pack . 11User Interface Overview .12The Main Menu . 12The Diagnostics Menu . 14Menu . 15View Specs 16The Admin Menu . 17Navigational Features . 18Using Tabs . 18Using Buttons . 20Using Screen Icons . 22PRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manualiii

Chapter 3: Getting Started . 25Supplying Power to the PRO-LINK Ultra .26Connecting to a Vehicle .27Scanning a Vehicle .29Heavy Duty Scan . 30Manual Scan . 36Light and Medium Truck Scan . 39Introduction to Tab Functions .40The FAULTS Tab . 40The EVENTS Tab . 42The PARAMETERS Tab . 43The CALS Tab . 46The TESTS Tab . 50Viewing Vehicle Specifications. 54Monitoring Battery Power .56 Chapter 4: Using the Diagnostics Menu . 59The Diagnostics Menu .60The FAULTS Tab .61Viewing Active and Inactive Faults . 61Viewing More Info . 62Clearing Inactive Faults . 64The EVENTS Tab .65The PARAMETERS Tab .66Viewing Parameters . 67Managing Quick Lists . 69Creating and Viewing a Quick List . 70Removing Parameters from the Quick List . 75Graphing Data . 79ivPRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manual

The CALS Tab .81Select a Calibration Category . 82Calibrating a Datapoint . 86The TESTS Tab .92Viewing a List of Available Tests . 93Using the Features Available on the Menu Button .98Creating a Report . 98Changing Units of Measure . 105Ending Your Diagnostics Session . 106About PRO-LINK Ultra . 108Viewing Vehicle Specifications .110 Chapter 5: Using the Admin Menu . 111Introduction to the Admin Menu .112Registering Your Software Applications .114Registering an Application Using PRO-LINK Ultra . 114Registering an Application Using the Website . 118Copying Activation Codes to a Memory Stick . 118Copying Activation Codes Manually . 122Installing Updates .127Installing Applications .130Viewing System Details .134Configuring the Device .136Managing Networks . 137Wireless Networks . 137Configure Wireless Adapter . 139Configure Ethernet Adapter . 141Configure Proxy . 146Network Adapter Statistics . 148Managing Printers . 149Setting the Date and Time . 154Calibrating the Touchscreen . 156Registering the Device . 158PRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manualv

Uninstalling Applications .160Managing Saved Reports .161Deleting a Report . 162Moving a Report . 163Printing a Report . 165Previewing a Report . 166Managing Your User Account .170Enabling Remote Access .175 Chapter 6: Using PRO-LINK Repair-Connect . 177PRO-LINK Repair-Connect Overview .178Logging In .179The DESCRIPTION Tab .185The TESTING Tab .187The SPECS Tab .191The WIRING/LOCATOR Tab .194The REMOVE & INSTALL Tab .199 Chapter 7: Utilities . 203Utilities Overview .204Record Mode .205Playback Mode.211viPRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manual

1 Using this Manual Manual Overview, page 2 Conventions, page 3This chapter provides an overview of this manual’s organization and the conventionsused throughout.NOTE:i Screen shots used throughout this manual are for illustrative purposes only. All datashown is fictitious in nature.PRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manual1

Chapter 1 Using this ManualManual OverviewThis manual provides basic and detailed information to support you in using thePRO-LINK Ultra.This manual is composed of the following sections: Table of Contents—helps you to find the information you are looking forquickly and easily. Chapter 1: Using this Manual—provides an overview of this user’smanual. Chapter 2: Hardware and User Interface Overview—provides an overview of the PRO-LINK Ultra hardware, including detailed productspecifications. It also includes an overview of the PRO-LINK Ultra userinterface and navigational features. Chapter 3: Getting Started—explains the process of connecting thePRO-LINK Ultra to a vehicle and scanning the vehicle for faults. It alsoincludes an introduction to tab functions, as well as information on monitoring battery power. Chapter 4: Using the PRO-LINK Ultra —provides detailed instructionson using the Diagnostics Menu when the PRO-LINK Ultra is connectedto a vehicle, including its various tabs and features. Chapter 5: Using the Admin Menu—provides detailed instructions forusing the features of the PRO-LINK Ultra Admin Menu. The proceduresin this chapter assume that PRO-LINK Ultra is not connected to a vehicle and that a system administrator is performing the procedures in anon-shop setting. Chapter 6: Using PRO-LINK Repair-Connect —provides detailed instructions for using the features of PRO-LINK Repair-Connect. Asubscription to Repair-Connect is required. Chapter 7: Utilites—provides information on using PRO-LINK Ultra utility features Record Mode and Playback Mode.Each chapter begins with an “at-a-glance” list of the chapter contents, along withcorresponding page numbers.2PRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manual

- ConventionsConventionsThis section provides descriptions of the conventions used throughout this guide.Special MessagesNoteNOTE provides an explanation, comment, or tip related to the subject matter thatis being discussed.Example:NOTE:i Refer to the page number provided for each described component for further details.ImportantIMPORTANT indicates a situation which, if not avoided, may result in damage tothe test equipment or vehicle.Example:IMPORTANT:ä Keep all cables clear of moving or hot engine parts.CautionCAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, mayresult in moderate or minor injury to the operator or to bystanders.Example:CAUTION:ä Do not use the unit to perform tests on household or industrial sources.PRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manual3

Chapter 1 Using this ManualWarningWARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, couldresult in death or serious injury to the operator or bystanders.Example:WARNING:ä Use appropriate hand protection when handling hot engine components.TroubleshootingInformation intended to help you to address or anticipate potential issues are presented in the following manner:If the “No ECMs detected” message is displayed, check to makesure that the PRO-LINK Ultra is connected to the vehicle and thekey is in the on position.Specialized TextThe following specially formatted text is used to help you to differentiate certainelements discussed within this manual: Emphasis: Used to draw your attention to particularly importantinformation. FEATURE: Used to highlight the name of a specific feature.Example: “Use COPY to save the report to a USB memory stick.” Field/Line: Used to highlight the name of a field or a line of text from adisplay.Example: “A check mark is placed in the check box next to the TotalFuel Used parameter.” Menu Items: Used to highlight a series of menu selections.Example: “From the Start menu, select Connect/Scan Vehicle Heavy Duty (Auto Scan) HDS J1708.” Screen titles: Used to highlight the title of a screen displayed.Example: “The Manage Reports screen is displayed.”4PRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manual

2 Hardware and User InterfaceOverview Component Checklist, page 6 Product Specifications, page 7 Hardware Overview, page 8 User Interface Overview, page 12 The Main Menu, page 12 The Diagnostics Menu, page 14 The Admin Menu, page 17 Navigational Features, page 18 Using Tabs, page 18 Using Buttons, page 20 Using Screen Icons, page 22This chapter provides an overview of the PRO-LINK Ultra hardware, including detailed product specifications. It also includes an overview of the PRO-LINK Ultra userinterface and navigational features.NOTE:i Screen shots used throughout this manual are for illustrative purposes only. All datashown is fictitious in nature.PRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manual5

Chapter 2 Hardware and User Interface OverviewComponent ChecklistThe following components are included with your PRO-LINK Ultra Starter Kit. Besure you have all the items before using the device: PRO-LINK Ultra Scan Tool Heavy Duty Standard (HDS) J1708/J1587 Software Application Heavy Duty Standard (HDS) J1939 Software Application OBD II/EOBD Software Application Data Cable AC/DC Adapter 6-pin Deutsch Adapter 9-pin Deutsch Adapter (non-locking) 16-pin J1962 Adapter CD (includes user guides and manuals) Snap-on Fault Code Guide Carrying Case6PRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manual

- Product SpecificationsProduct SpecificationsThe PRO-LINK Ultra is configured with the following specifications:FeatureDataPhysical Dimensions10.00” x 7.25” x 2.00”(254 mm x 184.15 mm x 51 mm)Weight2.7 lbs (1.2247 kg)Power Requirements6 - 32 VDC @ 30W, 3A maxDisplay8.4 inch TFT LCD sunlight-readable display withmulti-touch screen technology.Ambient light sensor; in sunlight ramps up backlight.AudioInternal microphoneInternal speakerHeadphone/microphone portBattery11.1 V, 2.4 A-hr Li-ionOperating Temperature32 - 140 F (0 to 60 C)Vehicle ProtocolsJ1708/J1587J1939Dual CAN (125, 250, or 500 kb/s)Single-wire and fault-tolerant CANISO-9141/KW2000ISO-15765J1850 VPWJ1850 PWMGM 8192/9600 baudATEC 160 baudCommunicationsWiFi 802.11 b/g/nBluetooth wireless 2.1 EDREthernet 10K and 100KHDMI port (display output)USB Host port (Type A)USB Client port (Type B)SDIO Card SlotType 1 cards onlyVehicle ConnectorDB26M (use with NEXIQ power/data cable)AC/DC power adapterAC input 100 - 240V, 0.9A, 50 - 60 HZDC output 15V 2.0APRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manual7

Chapter 2 Hardware and User Interface OverviewHardware OverviewThis section introduces the PRO-LINK Ultra hardware, its ports, andconnections.Front ViewFigure 2.1 Front View of the PRO-LINK Ultra8PRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manual

- Hardware OverviewTop ViewFigure 2.2 Top View of the PRO-LINK UltraPRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manual9

Chapter 2 Hardware and User Interface OverviewBack ViewFigure 2.3 Back View of the PRO-LINK UltraWARNING:ä The stand on the back of the PRO-LINK Ultra makes it possible to hangthe device from the steering wheel. We recommend strongly that yourefrain from doing this while the vehicle is in motion.10 PRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manual

- Hardware OverviewBack View Showing Battery PackFigure 2.4 PRO-LINK Ultra Battery PackTo remove the battery pack, you must first remove the two screws that hold thebattery pack in place.PRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manual11

Chapter 2 Hardware and User Interface OverviewUser Interface OverviewThis section provides an overview of the following menus and features: The Main Menu (pg. 12) The Diagnostics Menu (pg. 14) The Admin Menu (pg. 17) Navigational features (pg. 18)The Main MenuWhen you launch the PRO-LINK Ultra, the first thing you see, after the splashscreen, is the Main Menu.Figure 2.5 Main MenuNOTE:i If you are connected to a vehicle, the only way to access the Main Menu isto select End Session from the drop-down menu on the DiagnosticsMenu.12 PRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manual

- User Interface OverviewThe following table introduces the items on the Main Menu:Menu ItemWhat It DoesHD ScanHeavy Duty Scan (Auto): Scans the vehicle. Presents a list of ECMs detected duringscanning (J1708 and J1939). Enables you to select up to 6 modules fromthe list.Manual ScanHeavy Duty Scan (Manual): Scans the vehicle. Presents a list of applications; you can onlyselect one application to load. Presents a list of available modules for theapplication you selected in the first list.LMTLight and Medium Truck Scan: Starts the vehicle scanning process usingthe Light Medium Truck application.For detailed information on using the LMTapplication, refer to the Light and MediumTruck (LMT) Application User’s Guide.“Beginning the Scanning Process” and“Selecting an Application” in Chapter 2 ofthe same guide may also be useful.Play RecordingPlays back the most recently made recording.Record and Playback modes are described inChapter 7 of this manual.AdminDisplays the Admin Menu.Demo ModePlaces the PRO-LINK Ultra in Demo Mode.PRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manual13

Chapter 2 Hardware and User Interface OverviewThe Diagnostics MenuWhen the scanning process is complete, the Diagnostics Menu is displayed:Figure 2.6 Diagnostics MenuThe Diagnostics Menu is composed of a number of tabs along the right sideof the screen. You use these tabs to access different types of diagnosticinformation and features. The following tabs are available: FAULTS tab PARAMETERS tab CALS tab EVENTS tab (available only with the CAT ACERT and Caterpillar Electronic Engines applications) TESTS tabIf you have loaded more than one module, there will be multiple PARAMETERS tabs (e.g., Engine 1 and Engine Retarder as shown in Figure 2.6.NOTE:i For detailed information on the Diagnostics Menu, refer to Chapter 4:Using the Diagnostics Menu, later in this manual.14 PRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manual

- User Interface OverviewThere are two drop-down menus located in the upper-left corner of the Diagnostics menu. Menu (pg. 15) View Specs (pg. 16)MenuFigure 2.7 Drop-Down MenuFrom the drop-down menu you can access the following options: Create Report—Displays the Print Selection menu. Once you makeyour selections, you can print your customized report. Units—Enables you to select how you want to display units of measure(English vs. Metric). End Session—Ends the session, disconnects from the vehicle, and returns you to the Main Menu (Figure 2.5). About—Displays the About PRO-LINK Ultra information box.PRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manual15

Chapter 2 Hardware and User Interface OverviewView SpecsThe View Specs menu displays the Vehicle Specifications page.Figure 2.8 Vehicle SpecificationsOnce you have finished viewing the information, touch the Print button tosend the information to a printer.Touch the green Back Arrow at the bottom of the screen to return to theDiagnostics Menu (Figure 2.6).16 PRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manual

- User Interface OverviewThe Admin MenuYou access the Admin Menu from the Main Menu (Figure 2.5). It is used toperform various administrative tasks (e.g., configuring your device, registeringsoftware applications, installing updates). You can access the Admin Menu onlywhen disconnected from the vehicle.Figure 2.9 Admin MenuNOTE:i For detailed information on the Admin Menu, refer to Chapter 5: Using theAdmin Menu, later in this manual.PRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manual17

Chapter 2 Hardware and User Interface OverviewNavigational FeaturesThe PRO-LINK Ultra is designed for ease of use in on-road conditions, in theservice bay, or in test situations. Depending on the circumstances of use, you canmake selections, and move from one screen to the next, by: Touching the screen with your finger.or Attaching a mouse to the USB type A port on the top of the device, andusing the mouse to click on your selections.On the touchscreen, you navigate and make selections though the following: Tabs (pg. 18) Buttons (pg. 22) Icons (pg. 22)Using TabsOnce the scanning process is complete, the Diagnostics Menu is displayed.Figure 2.10 Diagnostics Menu18 PRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manual

- User Interface OverviewThe FAULTS tab is always at the top of the stack (even though it might not be thecurrently active tab). You use the tabs along the right side of the menu to makeyour selections and activate the tab of your choice. For example, to activateTESTS, touch the TESTS tab.Figure 2.11 TESTS TabThe tab you selected is activated and moved to the forward position in the stack.To navigate to another tab, just touch the appropriate tab.NOTE:i If there are more tabs than can be displayed vertically on one screen,touch the Down Arrow beneath the tabs to access the rest of the tabs.PRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manual19

Chapter 2 Hardware and User Interface OverviewUsing ButtonsButtons are another way to navigate through the system. The PRO-LINK Ultradisplays navigational and command buttons at appropriate points in the interface.The following table introduces many of the buttons you will encounter as you usethe PRO-LINK Ultra:Buttons by LocationWhat the Button DoesMain MenuHD ScanStarts the automatic vehicle scanningprocess.Manual ScanStarts the manual vehicle scanningprocessLMTStarts the Light and Medium Truckvehicle scanning process.Play RecordingPlays back previously recorded data. ExitRewindPlayPrevious BookmarkNext Bookmark–Exits playback.–Rewinds the recordings to the start.–Plays the recording.–Jumps back to a previous bookmark.–Jumps forward to the next bookmark.AdminDisplays the Admin Menu.Demo ModeActivates Demo Mode.All TabsBack ArrowReturns to previous screen or menu.CancelCancels the changes just made.Previous PageMoves back to the previous page of alist.Next PageMoves to the next page of a list.OKCloses an information pop-up window.Print* Prints chosen data, for example, VehicleInfo, Faults, Events, Parameters in agiven category, the Quick List, and TripData.*On the Print selection screen.20 PRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manual

- User Interface OverviewButtons by LocationChange *On the Print selection screen.What the Button DoesEnables you to select a category ofparameters to include on the report (ifnone are selected). It also enables you tochange the parameter category (if one isalready selected).FAULTS TabClear All FaultsClears all inactive faults.ClearClears individual fault items (CAT ACERT and CAT EE applicationsonly).UpScrolls up the list of faults.DownScrolls down in the list of faults.EVENTS TabThe EVENTS tab is available only withthe CAT ACERT and CAT EEapplications.UpScrolls up the list of events.DownScrolls down in the list of events.PARAMETERS TabView CategoriesDisplays the next page of categories.Graph PageDisplays parameters in graphed format.Record ModeStarts Record Mode EXIT View Real Time View Results–Exits Record Mode.–Displays the results in real time.–View the results.View Quick ListDisplays the parameters in a Quick List.Remove Selected ItemsRemoves checked items from the QuickList.Clear Quick ListClears all parameters in the Quick List.CALS TabCategoriesReturns you to the list of CategoriesCloseCloses the datapoint modificationscreen.PRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manual21

Chapter 2 Hardware and User Interface OverviewButtons by LocationWhat the Button DoesUpdateUpdates the ECM with the newcalibration.ProgramCommits the new value to the ECM.TESTS TabActivateActivates a test.DeactivateDeactivates a test condition.Previous Result Displays the previous result.QuitStops the test.StartStarts the test.CategoriesReturns you to the list of Categories(DDEC application only)Using Screen IconsThe PRO-LINK Ultra user interface also employs screen icons. Like tabs andbuttons, you touch the icon to activate the feature or to open a screen. The following table introduces the available icons.IconWhat the Icon DoesTakes you back to a previous screen or menu.Back ArrowRegistrationIndicates that new activation codes have beendownloaded from the server. Touch the icon toview a list of the applications with versionnumbers.EthernetIndicates that a cable is connected to the Ethernetport.USB PortUSB Port—Indicates that a USB device is in oneof the USB ports.UpdatesUpdates Available—Alerts you that softwareupdates are available for download.22 PRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manual

- User Interface OverviewIconWhat the Icon DoesWiFiWiFi signal bars provide a visual indication ofWiFi signal strength.You can touch the icon to open the WirelessNetworks screen. Touch the green Back Arrow toclose the screen.When there is no wireless connection, the iconhas a red x superimposed over it.Indicates the power source for the device.Power Battery—When the device is running oninternal battery power, the icon appears as abattery. You can tell how charged the internalbattery is by the percentage displayed on theicon (e.g., 98%). AC—When the power source is external (i.e.,either an AC/DC power adapter or through thevehicle to which the device is connected), theicon appears as a plug.ConnectIndicates that the device is connected to avehicle.PRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manual23

3 Getting Started Supplying Power to the PRO-LINK Ultra, page 26 Connecting to a Vehicle, page 27 Scanning a Vehicle, page 29 Heavy Duty Scan, page 30 Manual Scan, page 36 Light and Medium Truck Scan, page 39 Introduction to Tab Functions, page 40 Viewing Vehicle Specifications, page 54 Monitoring Battery Power, page 56This chapter explains the process of scanning a vehicle for faults and how to use theinformation that appears on the tabs once the scan is complete. You also learn how toview vehicle specifications and monitor remaining battery power.NOTE:i Screen shots used throughout this manual are for illustrative purposes only. All datashown is fictitious in nature.PRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manual25

Chapter 3 Getting StartedSupplying Power to the PRO-LINK UltraThere are three ways to supply power to the PRO-LINK Ultra. You can use the: On-board battery—An 11.1 volt, 2.4 A-hr Li-ion battery is included withyour device.The PRO-LINK Ultra on-board battery is recharged when:— The device is turned on and the AC/DC Power Adapter is being used— The device is turned off and plugged into the AC/DC Power Adapter— The device is plugged into the vehicle datalink connectorNOTE:i For more information on monitoring battery power, refer to Monitoring Battery Power on page 56 of this guide. AC/DC power adapter—If you do not wish to use the battery, or th

PRO-LINK Ultra Hardware and Software User’s Manual IDSC Holdings LLC retains all ownership rights to the PRO-LINK Ultra and its documentation. The PRO-LINK Ultra source code is a confidential trade secret of IDSC Holdings LLC. You may not decipher or decompile PRO-LINK Ultra software, develop s ource code for the PRO-LINK

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