Z6200CA LTE OBDII Hotspot User Manual ZTE Corporation

ZTE Corporation LTE OBDII Hotspot

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Getting to Know Your OBD2 Device
Appearance
The following figure is for your reference only.
Z6200
Quick Start Guide
1. Reset hole
2. micro-SIM card slot
3. Restart key
4. LED 1
5. LED 2
ZTE CORPORATION
6. OBD interface
NO. 55, Hi-tech Road South, Shenzhen, P.R.China
Postcode: 518057
Getting to Know Your OBD2 Device
Installing the micro-SIM card
Indicator lights
1. Use the tray eject tool to take out the card tray.
2. Put the micro-SIM card into the card tray and slip it into the
Indicator
Status
Description
card slot.
WARNING!
LED 1(Power)
Green
Powered by the internal
To avoid damage to the phone, please do not use other kinds of
blinking
battery.
SIM cards, and do not use a non-standard micro-SIM card cut
Green
Powered by the vehicle
from a SIM card. You can get the standard micro-SIM card from
solid
battery.
your service provider.
Red
Turn on but not register.
3. Close the micro-SIM card cover.
Green
Registered to the 4G
Installing Your OBD2 Device
solid
network.
Green
Connected to the 4G LTE
blinking
network and data is being
solid
LED 2(Signal)
transferred.
NOTE:
1. Make sure your vehicle is parked outside in a safe location
and the engine is turned off.
2. Find your Vehicle’s On-Board Diagnostics (OBD II) connector
port.
NOTES:
The charging temperature should be lower than 60 .
The OBD II port is usually located under the driver’s dash
side of your car, often within 18 inches of the steering
wheel (as 1 to 8 shown in the following picture).
Connecting to Your OBD2 Device
Turning on Your OBD2 Device
Start your vehicle’s engine and let it run for at least 30 seconds.
Using Your Wi-Fi Devices
1. Find your OBD2 device's network name in your Wi-Fi device's
list of available wireless networks.
2. Select the Wi-Fi name (SSID) of your OBD2 device.
If you’re having trouble locating your car’s OBD II port,
3. Input the password, and then tap Connect.
reference your vehicle’s manual.
3. Insert your Device into the vehicle’s OBD II port.
NOTE: Refer to the chapter Getting to Know the Wi-Fi
Changing
the
Wi-Fi
SSID
and
SSID and Password to get the default Wi-Fi SSID and
Password
password.
Getting to Know the Wi-Fi SSID and
1. From the connected device, log in to the 4G Mobile Hotspot
Password
2. Select Settings > Wi-Fi Settings.
configuration page.
3. Change the Network Name (SSID) and Password.
You can view the label on the device to get the default Wi-Fi
4. Click Apply.
SSID and password.
Setting up Allowed Devices
Logging
in
to
the
4G
Mobile
Enable Allowed Devices to prevent other device from
connecting to the OBD2 device, only the MAC address listed in
Hotspot Configuration Page
the Allowed Devices Information section can access your OBD2
Use 4G Mobile Hotspot configuration on your Wi-Fi device to
device.
manage settings.
1. Ensure that the connection between your OBD2 device and
the Wi-Fi device is correct.
2. Launch the Internet browser and enter http://192.168.0.1 in
the address bar.
3. Enter the username and password to log in to the 4G Mobile
Hotspot configuration page.
NOTE: The default password is admin.
1. From the connected device, log in to the 4G Mobile Hotspot
WAN Connection Mode > Manual, and
configuration page.
then click Apply.
2. Select Settings > Wi-Fi Settings.
4. Select Home and click
3. Set Allowed Devices Switch to On, and click Apply.
to
connect to the Internet.
4. Enter the Nickname and MAC Address.
5. Click Apply.
NOTE: To prevent a device from reconnecting to your
OBD2 device, click Remove next to the device.
NOTE:
To modify the parameters of your device, log in to the 4G Mobile
Hotspot configuration page.
Accessing the Internet
After a client device is successfully connected to your device,
you can access the Internet in Automatic or Manual mode. The
default mode is Automatic.
Mode
Operation
Automatic
Your OBD2 device is automatically connected
to the Internet, and you can surf on the
Internet through the Wi-Fi device.
Manual
1. Log
in
to
the
4G
Mobile
Hotspot
configuration page.
2. Select Home and click
to
disconnect from the Internet.
3. Select Settings > Network Settings >
10
LEGAL INFORMATION
Getting More Help
Copyright © 2016 ZTE CORPORATION.
You can get help by:
Sending an email to mobile@zte.com.cn
All rights reserved.
No part of this publication may be excerpted, reproduced, translated
Visiting www.ztewelink.com
or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical,
including photocopying and microfilm, without the prior written
permission of ZTE Corporation.
The manual is published by ZTE Corporation. We reserve the right to
make modifications on print errors or update specifications without
prior notice.
Version No.: R1.0
Edition Time: July 1, 2016
Manual No.:
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