CloudWalk Framework - PAX D200 (Windows)

  1. Prerequisites
  2. Preparing the device
  3. Loading the framework on the device
  4. CloudWalk Framework - First launch

Guide for Linux users: PAX D200 Linux

This guide will walk you through the process of installing the CloudWalk Framework on the terminal PAX D200. Be aware of the prerequisites and follow the installation process carefully.


  1. Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP SP3 or higher (Vista, 7, etc.)
  2. Cable: 5 pin USB
  3. TermAssist: Available at
  4. CloudWalk Framework package: Select your device brand, model and signature (if applicable):

Selected package:


Modelos suportados: Vx 510, Vx 610 e Vx 670

Preparing the device

  1. Unpack the CloudWalk Framework from the download directory
  2. This directory must be a local directory (eg C:\temp\dir), and not a network directory (\\)
  3. Before running (double click) anything, you must prepare the device to download the package. The first thing that should be checked is whether the charge cable is properly connected to the serial port of your computer and the USB port of the device
  4. Enter the device's main menu. To achieve this, turn on the device, repeatedly press the number 2 key and the device will enter the following screen:

1. System Config
2. Module Test
3. Terminal Info
4. PED

Loading the framework on the device

  1. To start the loading process, open the TermAssist
  2. With the device connected to the computer, select Setting and then select the option Serial Port in the Connection Mode field.
  3. Next on the field Serial Port Setting click on the refresh icon and you will see which port your device is using
  4. After that, click on the Play button, to connect to the device
PAX D200
  1. Now go to the Installer option, click on Select Installation Files and select the framework file, as shown below:
PAX D200
  1. To proceed with the loading process click on the download button, according to the image below:
PAX D200

CloudWalk Framework - First launch

Now that the CloudWalk Framework has already been installed on the device, the next step is to perform the first launch configuration.