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CP302
3U CompactPCI
Pentium III-based CPU Board
Manual ID 21112, Rev. Index 05
Feb 01
The product described in this manual is
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Table of Contents
Preface
Manual Table of Contents...................................................................................... 0 - 3
Revision History ................................................................................................... 0 - 14
Trademarks.......................................................................................................... 0 - 14
Explanation of Symbols ....................................................................................... 0 - 15
For Your Safety.................................................................................................... 0 - 16
High Voltage Safety Instructions...........................................................................0 - 16
Special Handling and Unpacking Instructions.......................................................0 - 16
General Instructions on Usage .............................................................................0 - 17
Two Year Warranty .............................................................................................. 0 - 18
Chapt
Chapter
1
Introduction
1.1 Introduction to CompactPCI ...........................................................................1 - 3
1.2 PEP Single-height CPU Boards ....................................................................1 - 4
1.3 CP302 Product Overview ..............................................................................1 - 4
1.4 CP302 Board Introduction .............................................................................1 - 5
1.5 CP302 Main Specifications ............................................................................1 - 6
1.6 Power Consumption and Temperature Range ...............................................1 - 8
1.6.1 Temperature Range ..............................................................................1 - 10
1.6.1.1 Temperature Range and Air Flow...................................................1 - 10
1.7 Software Support..........................................................................................1 - 11
1.8 Applied Standards .......................................................................................1 - 12
1.8.1 CE Compliance .....................................................................................1 - 12
1.8.2 Mechanical Compliance ........................................................................1 - 12
1.8.3 Environmental Tests .............................................................................1 - 12
1.9 Related Publications ....................................................................................1 - 12
1.9.1 CompactPCI Systems/Boards ..............................................................1 - 12
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Chapter
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2
Functional Description and Configuration
2.1 Functional Block Diagram ............................................................................. 2 - 4
2.2 Front Panels .................................................................................................. 2 - 5
2.3 Board Layouts ............................................................................................... 2 - 6
2.4 Main Features ............................................................................................... 2 - 8
2.4.1 CPU ........................................................................................................ 2 - 8
2.4.2 Memory .................................................................................................. 2 - 8
2.4.3 Interrupts ................................................................................................ 2 - 8
2.5 Peripherals .................................................................................................... 2 - 9
2.5.1 Watchdog Timer ..................................................................................... 2 - 9
2.5.2 Battery .................................................................................................... 2 - 9
2.5.3 Reset .................................................................................................... 2 - 10
2.5.4 SMBus Devices..................................................................................... 2 - 11
2.5.5 Thermal Management / System Monitoring ......................................... 2 - 11
2.5.6 Serial EEPROM ................................................................................... 2 - 12
2.5.7 Flash Memory ...................................................................................... 2 - 13
2.5.8 PCI- to-PCI Bridge ............................................................................... 2 - 13
2.6 Board Interfaces .......................................................................................... 2 - 14
2.6.1 Keyboard/Mouse Connector ................................................................ 2 - 14
2.6.1.1 Keyboard Connector CON4 Pinout ............................................... 2 - 14
2.6.2 USB Connector CON5 ......................................................................... 2 - 15
2.6.2.1 USB Connector CON5 Pinout ....................................................... 2 - 15
2.6.3 VGA Interface ....................................................................................... 2 - 16
2.6.3.1 VGA connector CON8 Pinout......................................................... 2 - 16
2.6.4 Fast Ethernet ........................................................................................ 2 - 17
2.6.4.1 RJ45 Connector CON10 Pinout .................................................... 2 - 17
2.6.5 Ethernet LED Status ............................................................................ 2 - 17
2.6.6 Fan Power Supply ................................................................................ 2 - 18
2.6.7 EIDE Interfaces .................................................................................... 2 - 18
2.6.7.1 EIDE Connector CON7 Pinout ...................................................... 2 - 19
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2.6.8 Floppy Drive Interface ...........................................................................2 - 21
2.6.8.1 Floppy Disk Connector CON13 Pinout ..........................................2 - 21
2.6.8.2 PCI Extension Connector CON6 ....................................................2 - 22
2.6.8.3 I/O Interface Connectors CON3 and CON11 .................................2 - 22
2.6.9 CompactPCI Bus Interface(s) ...............................................................2 - 22
2.6.9.1 CompactPCI Connectors CON1 and CON2 Pinouts ......................2 - 23
2.6.10 Rear I/O Interface ...............................................................................2 - 25
2.6.10.1 Rear I/O Configuration Illustration ................................................2 - 26
2.6.10.2 Optional Rear I/O on CPCI Connector CON2 ..............................2 - 27
2.6.10.3 Rear I/O Jumper Setting ...............................................................2 - 28
2.7 Jumper Description ......................................................................................2 - 30
2.7.1 External BIOS .......................................................................................2 - 30
2.7.2 Memory Type Selection ........................................................................2 - 30
2.7.3 Flash Type Selection ............................................................................2 - 30
2.7.4 Fan Power Supply Selection .................................................................2 - 31
2.7.5 PCI VI/O setting ....................................................................................2 - 31
2.7.6 Shorting Chassis GND (Shield) to Logic GND.......................................2 - 31
2.7.7 Jumper Setting for Rear I/O...................................................................2 - 32
2.7.8 Reserved Jumpers ................................................................................2 - 33
2.8 Memory Map ................................................................................................2 - 33
2.9 Special Registers Description ......................................................................2 - 35
2.9.1 Watchdog .............................................................................................2 - 35
2.9.1.1 Watchdog Trigger ..........................................................................2 - 35
2.9.1.2 Watchdog Timer .............................................................................2 - 36
2.9.2 Reset Control Register .........................................................................2 - 36
2.9.3 Interrupt Configuration Register ............................................................2 - 37
2.9.4 I/O Status ..............................................................................................2 - 38
2.9.5 Board ID ..............................................................................................2 - 38
2.9.6 Hardware Index ....................................................................................2 - 39
2.9.7 Jumper Status .......................................................................................2 - 39
2.9.8 Logic Version ........................................................................................2 - 40
2.9.9 PCI Interrupt Routing ............................................................................2 - 40
2.9.10 Memory Management of Flash Socket ...............................................2 - 41
2.9.11 Flash Socket Page ..............................................................................2 - 41
2.10 Video Resolutions.........................................................................................2 - 42
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3
Installation
3.1 Board Installation .......................................................................................... 3 - 3
3.1.1 Placement of the CP302 ........................................................................ 3 - 4
3.1.2 EIDE Interfaces. ..................................................................................... 3 - 4
3.1.3 Keyboard/Mouse Connector .................................................................. 3 - 5
3.2 Software Installation ...................................................................................... 3 - 5
Chapter
4
CMOS Setup
4.1 Proprietary Notice .......................................................................................... 4 - 3
4.2 Introduction to Setup...................................................................................... 4 - 3
4.3 Main Setup Menu........................................................................................... 4 - 7
4.4 Standard CMOS Setup .................................................................................. 4 - 9
4.5 BIOS Features Setup................................................................................... 4 - 13
4.6 Chipset Features Setup ............................................................................... 4 - 18
4.7 Power Management..................................................................................... 4 - 21
4.8 PM Timers.................................................................................................... 4 - 23
4.9 PNP/PCI Configuration ................................................................................ 4 - 24
4.10 Integrated Peripherals ............................................................................... 4 - 26
4.11 Special Setup Features .............................................................................. 4 - 29
4.12 Password Setting ....................................................................................... 4 - 30
4.13 POST Messages ........................................................................................ 4 - 31
4.14 POST Codes .............................................................................................. 4 - 35
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Appendix
A
I/O Module
A.1 Overview ...................................................................................................... A - 3
A.2 Technical Specifications ................................................................................ A - 3
A.3 Module Layouts ............................................................................................. A - 4
A.3.1 Standard I/O Module Layout................................................................... A - 4
A.3.2 HardDisk I/O Module Layout................................................................... A - 5
A.4 Module Interfaces (Front Panel and Onboard) .............................................. A - 6
A.4.1 Serial Port Interfaces .............................................................................. A - 6
A.4.1.1 Serial Port Connectors CON2 and CON6 Pinouts........................... A - 6
A.4.2 Parallel Port Interface ............................................................................. A - 7
A.4.2.1 Parallel Port Connector CON4 Pinout.............................................. A - 8
A.4.3 Onboard IDE Connector CON5 Pinout .................................................. A - 9
A.4.4 EIDE Connector CON9 Pinout.............................................................. A - 11
A.4.5 Floppy Drive Interface........................................................................... A - 13
A.4.5.1 Floppy Drive Connector CON3 Pinout ........................................... A - 13
A.4.6 I/O Interface Connectors (CON8 and CON10) ..................................... A - 14
A.5 Jumper Description .................................................................................... A - 14
A.5.1 Serial Port Setting................................................................................. A - 14
Appendix
B
PMC and CompactPCI Expansion Module
B.1
Overview ..................................................................................................... B - 3
B.2
Technical Specifications .............................................................................. B - 3
B.3
Module Layout ............................................................................................. B - 4
B.4
Module Interfaces ........................................................................................ B - 6
B.4.1
PCI Extension Connector CON8 ......................................................... B - 6
B.4.2
PMC Interface....................................................................................... B - 6
B.4.2.1 PMC Interface Jn1 (CON4) Pinout................................................... B - 7
B.4.2.2 PMC Interface Jn2 (CON5) Pinout................................................... B - 8
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B.4.3
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CompactPCI Bus Interface.................................................................... B - 9
B.4.3.1 CompactPCI Bus Connectors CON1 and CON2 Pinouts ................ B - 9
B.5
Board Installation ...................................................................................... B - 11
Appendix
C
IDE2 Module
C.1 Overview ........................................................................................................C - 3
C.2 Technical Specifications ................................................................................C - 3
C.3 Module Layouts..............................................................................................C - 4
C.3.1 Standard IDE2 Module Layout ................................................................C - 4
C.3.2 HardDisk IDE2 Module Layout................................................................C - 5
C.4 Module Interfaces (Front Panel and On-board) .............................................C - 6
C.4.1 Serial Port Interfaces...............................................................................C - 6
C.4.1.1 Serial Port Connectors CON2 and CON6 Pinouts ............................C - 7
C.4.2 Parallel Port Interface..............................................................................C - 8
C.4.2.1 Parallel Port Connector CON4 Pinout ..............................................C - 8
C.4.3 EIDE Interface.........................................................................................C - 9
C.4.3.1 Onboard EIDE Connector CON5 Pinout .........................................C - 9
C.4.3.2 EIDE Connectors CON7 and CON9 Pinouts..................................C - 11
C.4.4 Floppy Drive Interface ...........................................................................C - 13
C.4.4.1 Floppy Drive Connector CON3 Pinout ...........................................C - 13
C.4.5 I/O Interface Connectors (CON8 and CON10)......................................C - 14
C.4.6 Speaker Connector J2 ..........................................................................C - 14
C.5 Jumper Description .................................................................................... C - 14
C.5.1 Serial Port Setting .................................................................................C - 14
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D
CP-RIO3-01 Rear I/O Module
D.1 Overview........................................................................................................ D - 3
D.2 Front Panels .................................................................................................. D - 4
D.3 Module Layout: 4HP and 8HP Versions ........................................................ D - 5
D.4 Module Interfaces .......................................................................................... D - 6
D.4.1 Keyboard/Mouse Interface...................................................................... D - 6
D.4.1.1 Keyboard Connector CON3 Pinout.................................................. D - 6
D.4.2 USB Interfaces........................................................................................ D - 7
D.4.2.1 USB Connector CON4 Pinout.......................................................... D - 7
D.4.3 VGA Interface ......................................................................................... D - 8
D.4.3.1 VGA Connector CON5 Pinout.......................................................... D - 8
D.4.4 Fast Ethernet Interface .......................................................................... D - 9
D.4.4.1 RJ45 Connector CON2 Pinout......................................................... D - 9
D.4.5 Ethernet LED Status ............................................................................... D - 9
D.4.6 Serial Port Interfaces ............................................................................ D - 10
D.4.6.1 Serial Port Connectors CON8 and CON10 Pinouts....................... D - 10
D.4.7 Fan Control Interface (Optional) ........................................................... D - 11
D.4.7.1 Fan Control Connector CON9 Pinout ............................................ D - 11
D.4.8 EIDE Interface ..................................................................................... D - 11
D.4.8.1 EIDE Connector IDE2 (CON7) Pinout .......................................... D - 11
D.4.9 Rear I/O interface on CompactPCI Connector CON1 .......................... D - 13
D.4.9.1 CompactPCI Connector CON1 Pinout........................................... D - 13
D.5 Jumper Setting ............................................................................................ D - 14
D.5.1 COM Port Configuration ....................................................................... D - 14
D.5.1.1 COM1 Configuration ...................................................................... D - 14
D.5.1.2 COM2 Configuration ...................................................................... D - 14
D.5.2 Shorting Chassis GND (Shield) to Logic GND...................................... D - 15
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Figures
Figure Number and Title
2-1 CP302 Functional Block Diagram ................................................................. 2 - 4
2-2 CP302 Front Panels ...................................................................................... 2 - 5
2-3 CP302 Board Layout (Front Side) ................................................................. 2 - 6
2-4 CP302 Board Layout (Reverse Side) ............................................................ 2 - 7
2-5 Keyboard/Mouse Connector ....................................................................... 2 - 14
2-6 USB Connector ........................................................................................... 2 - 15
2-7 DSUB VGA Connector ................................................................................ 2 - 16
2-8 Ethernet/Fast Ethernet Connector .............................................................. 2 - 17
2-9 CP302 Rear I/O Configuration .................................................................... 2 - 26
4-1 CMOS Setup Utility Main Menu — Screen Display ...................................... 4 - 7
4-2 Standard CMOS Setup Menu — Screen Display ......................................... 4 - 9
4-3 BIOS Features Setup — Screen Display .................................................... 4 - 13
4-4 Null-Modem Cable Connection ................................................................... 4 - 17
4-5 Chipset Features Setup — Screen Display. ............................................... 4 - 18
4-6 Power Management Setup — Screen Display. ........................................... 4 - 22
4-7 PNP/PCI Configuration — Screen Display ................................................. 4 - 26
4-8 Integrated Peripherals — Screen Display ................................................... 4 - 28
4-9 Special Features Setup — Screen Display ................................................. 4 - 31
A-1 I/O Module Layout, Standard Version (Front Side)........................................ A - 4
A-2 I/O Module Layout, Standard Version (Reverse Side)................................... A - 4
A-3 I/O Module Layout, Hard Disk Version (Front Side)....................................... A - 5
A-4 PC-compatible D-Sub Serial Interface ........................................................... A - 6
A-5 PC-compatible D-Sub Parallel Interface ........................................................ A - 7
B-1
B-2
B-3
B-4
B-5
PMC Module Layout, Version without CPCI Connectors (Front View) .......... B - 4
PMC Module Layout, Version without CPCI Connectors (Rear View)........... B - 4
PMC Module Layout, Version with CPCI Connectors (Front View) ............... B - 5
PMC Module Layout, Version with CPCI Connectors (Rear View)................ B - 5
Installation Diagrams ................................................................................... B - 12
C-1 IDE2 Module Layout, Standard Version (Front Side).....................................C - 4
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C-2 IDE2 Module Layout, Standard Version (Reverse Side) ............................... C - 4
C-3 IDE2 Module Layout, HardDisk Version (Front Side) .................................... C - 5
C-4 IDE2 Module Layout, HardDisk Version (Reverse Side) ............................... C - 5
C-5 PC-Compatible D-sub Serial Interface .......................................................... C - 6
C-6 PC-Compatible Parallel Interface .................................................................. C - 8
D-1 CP-RIO3-01 Front Panels, 4HP and 8HP Versions ...................................... D - 4
D-2 CP-RIO3-01 Module Layout, 4HP Version .................................................... D - 5
D-3 CP-RIO3-01 Module Layout, 8HP Version .................................................... D - 5
D-4 Keyboard/Mouse Connector.......................................................................... D - 6
D-5 USB Connector CON4................................................................................... D - 7
D-6 D-sub VGA Connector................................................................................... D - 8
D-7 Ethernet/Fast Ethernet Connector................................................................. D - 9
D-8 PC-Compatible D-sub Serial Interface ........................................................ D - 10
Tables
Table Number and Title
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
1-5
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-4
2-5
2-6
2-7
2-8
2-9
2-10
CP302 Main Specifications ............................................................................1 - 6
Power Consumption Table with DOS Running ..............................................1 - 8
Power Consumption Table with Windows NT 4.0 Running ...........................1 - 9
Power Consumption Table for CP302 Accessories .......................................1 - 9
Typical Temperature Range and Required Air Flow ...................................1 - 10
Memory Options Utilizing SODIMM Sockets .................................................2 - 8
SMBus Device Addresses ............................................................................2 - 11
EEPROM Address Map ...............................................................................2 - 12
Keyboard Connector CON4 Pinout .............................................................2 - 14
USB Connector CON5 Pinout ....................................................................2 - 15
VGA connector CON8 Pinout .....................................................................2 - 16
RJ45 Connector CON10 Pinout .................................................................2 - 17
Fan Power Supply .......................................................................................2 - 18
AT Standard Connector CON7 Pinout .........................................................2 - 19
Floppy Disk Connector CON13 Pinout ......................................................2 - 21
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2-12
2-13
2-14
2-15
2-16
2-17
2-18
2-19
2-20
2-21
2-22
2-23
2-24
2-25
2-26
2-27
2-28
2-29
2-30
2-31
2-32
2-33
2-34
2-35
4-1
4-2
4-3
4-4
4-5
4-6
4-7
4-8
4-9
4-10
4-11
A-1
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CompactPCI Bus Connector J1 (CON1) Pinout ........................................ 2 - 23
64-bit CompactPCI Bus Connector J2 (CON2) Pinout .............................. 2 - 24
Rear I/O CompactPCI Bus Connector J2 (CON2) Pinout ......................... 2 - 27
External BIOS Setting ............................................................................... 2 - 30
Memory Type Selection ............................................................................. 2 - 30
Flash Type Selection ................................................................................. 2 - 30
Fan Power Supply Selection ..................................................................... 2 - 31
PCI VI/O setting ......................................................................................... 2 - 31
Shorting Chassis GND (Shield) to Logic GND ........................................... 2 - 31
Ethernet Interface Configuration ................................................................ 2 - 32
VGA Interface Configuration ...................................................................... 2 - 33
Memory Map for the 1st Megabyte ............................................................ 2 - 33
I/O Address Map ....................................................................................... 2 - 34
Watchdog Configuration ............................................................................ 2 - 36
Reset Control Register .............................................................................. 2 - 36
Onboard Interrupt Configuration ................................................................ 2 - 37
I/O Status .................................................................................................. 2 - 38
Board ID ................................................................................................... 2 - 38
Hardware Index ......................................................................................... 2 - 39
Jumper Status ........................................................................................... 2 - 39
Logic Version ............................................................................................. 2 - 40
PCI Interrupt Routing ................................................................................. 2 - 40
Memory Management ............................................................................... 2 - 41
Flash Socket Page .................................................................................... 2 - 41
Video Resolutions and Display Parameters .............................................. 2 - 42
Keyboard Commands ................................................................................... 4 - 5
Description of Drive Specifications ............................................................. 4 - 10
Diskette Drives ............................................................................................ 4 - 11
Primary Video Subsystem Selection ........................................................... 4 - 11
POST Specific Commands ......................................................................... 4 - 12
Setting Flash Page Size .............................................................................. 4 - 16
Power Management Modes ........................................................................ 4 - 23
Video-Off Commands ................................................................................. 4 - 23
Security Options .......................................................................................... 4 - 32
Early POST Codes before System BIOS is Shadowed ............................. 4 - 37
Normal POST Codes after System BIOS is Shadowed ............................ 4 - 37
Technical Specifications ................................................................................ A - 3
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A-2 Serial Port Connectors CON2 and CON6 Pinouts (RS232 Mode) ................ A - 6
A-3 Serial Port Connectors CON2 and CON6 Pinouts (RS422 Mode) ................ A - 7
A-4 26-Pin MDR Connector CON4 Pinout ........................................................... A - 8
A-5 Pinout of the AT 44-pin EIDE Connector CON5............................................ A - 9
A-6 Pinout of the AT Standard EIDE Connector CON9 ..................................... A - 11
A-7 Floppy Drive Connector CON3 Pinout......................................................... A - 13
A-8 Jumper Setting to Configure COM1 ............................................................ A - 14
A-9 Jumper Setting to Configure COM2 ............................................................ A - 14
B-1 CP302 PMC Module Specifications............................................................... B - 3
B-2 Jn1, 32-bit PCI Connector Pinout .................................................................. B - 7
B-3 Jn2, 32-bit PCI Connector Pinout .................................................................. B - 8
B-4 CompactPCI Bus Connector J1 (CON1) Pinout ............................................ B - 9
B-5 CompactPCI Bus Connector J2 (CON2) Pinout .......................................... B - 10
C-1 IDE2 Module Technical Specifications .......................................................... C - 3
C-2 Serial Port Connectors CON2 and CON6 Pinouts ........................................ C - 7
C-3 26-pin MDR Connector Pinout....................................................................... C - 8
C-4 Pinout of the AT 44-pin Connector ................................................................ C - 9
C-5 Pinouts of EIDE Connectors CON7 and CON9........................................... C - 11
C-6 Floppy Drive Connector CON3 Pinout......................................................... C - 13
C-7 Jumper Setting to Configure COM1 ............................................................ C - 14
C-8 Jumper Settings for RS422 RXD Termination (COM1) ............................... C - 14
C-9 Jumper Settings for RS422 TXD and RS485 Termination (COM1) ............ C - 14
C-10 Jumper Setting to Configure COM2........................................................... C - 15
C-11 Jumper Settings for RS422 RXD Termination (COM2) ............................. C - 15
C-12 Jumper Settings for RS422 TXD and RS485 Termination (COM2)........... C - 15
D-1 Keyboard Connector CON3 Pinout ............................................................... D - 6
D-2 USB Connector CON4 Pinout ....................................................................... D - 7
D-3 VGA Connector CON5 Pinout ....................................................................... D - 8
D-4 RJ45 Connector CON2 Pinout ...................................................................... D - 9
D-5 Serial Port Connectors CON8 and CON10 Pinouts .................................... D - 10
D-6 Fan Control Connector CON9 Pinout .......................................................... D - 11
D-7 Pinout of AT Standard Connector IDE2....................................................... D - 11
D-8 Rear I/O CompactPCI Bus Connector J2 (CON1) Pinout ........................... D - 13
D-9 COM1 Configuration using Jumper J2 ........................................................ D - 14
D-10 COM2 Configuration using Jumper J1....................................................... D - 14
D-11 Shorting Chassis GND (Shield) to Logic GND........................................... D - 15
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Revision History
Manual/Product Title:
CP302
Manual ID Number:
21112
Rev.
Index
Brief Description of Changes
Board Index
Date of
Issue
0100
Initial Issue
00
Apr. 00
0200
Inclusion of Minor Improvements
00
Jul. 00
03
General manual revision and update including
addition of chapters for IDE2 module and
Rear I/O modules
00
Nov. 00
04
Restructuring of Table of Contents
00
Nov. 00
05
Correction of technical problem in IDE2 chapter
00
Feb. 01
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Explanation of Symbols
CE Conformity
This symbol indicates that the product described in this
manual is in compliance with all applied CE standards.
Please see also the section “Applied Standards” in this manual.
Caution!
This symbol and title warn you of hazards due to electrical
shocks (> 60 V) when touching products or parts of them.
Failure to observe the necessary precautions as described
and/or prescribed by the law may result in damage to your
product and/or endanger your life/health.
Please see also the section “High Voltage Safety Instructions”.
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and their components are sensitive to static electricity.
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and inspections of this product, in order to ensure product
integrity at all times.
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For your safety
Your new PEP product has been developed and carefully tested in order to provide all the features necessary to ensure full compliance with all electrical safety requirements. It has also
been designed for a long fault-free life. However, the life expectancy of your product will be
drastically reduced by improper treatment during unpacking and installation. Therefore, in the
interests of your own safety and of the correct operation of your new PEP product, you are
requested to conform with the following guidelines.
High Voltage Safety Instructions
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Warning!
All operations on this device must be carried out by sufficiently
skilled personnel.
Caution!
The power supply must always be disconnected before installation, repair and maintenance operations are carried out on this
product. Failure to comply with this basic precaution will subject
the operator to serious electrical shock hazards. Always unplug
the power cable before such operations.
Before installing your new PEP product into a system always
ensure that your mains power is switched off. This applies also to
the installation of piggybacks.
Special Handling and Unpacking Instructions
ESD Sensitive Device!
Electronic boards and their components are sensitive to static
electricity. Care must therefore be exercised at all times during
handling and inspection of the board, in order to ensure product
integrity.
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easily done by touching a metal part of your system housing.
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piggybacks, ROM devices, jumper settings etc. If the product contains batteries for RTC
or memory backup, ensure that the board is not placed on conductive surfaces, including anti-static plastics or sponges. They can cause short circuits and damage the batteries or tracks on the board.
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approved by PEP Modular Computers and described in this manual or received from
PEP Technical Support as a special handling instruction, will void your warranty.
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technical and specific environmental requirements. This applies also to the operational
temperature range of the specific board version, which must not be exceeded. If batteries are present, their temperature restrictions must be taken into account.
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Two Year Warranty
PEP Modular Computers grants the original purchaser of a PEP product a TWO YEAR LIMITED
as described in the following. However, no other warranties that may
be granted or implied by anyone on behalf of PEP are valid unless the customer has the
express written consent of PEP Modular Computers.
HARDWARE WARRANTY
PEP Modular Computers warrants their own products, excluding software, to be free from
manufacturing and material defects for a period of 24 consecutive months from the date of
purchase. This warranty is not transferable nor extendible to cover any other users or longterm storage of the product. It does not cover products which have been modified, altered or
repaired by any other party than PEP Modular Computers or their authorized agents. Furthermore, any product which has been, or is suspected of being damaged as a result of negligence, improper use, incorrect handling, servicing or maintenance, or which has been
damaged as a result of excessive current/voltage or temperature, or which has had its serial
number(s), any other markings or parts thereof altered, defaced or removed will also be
excluded from this warranty.
If the customer’s eligibility for warranty has not been voided he should, in the event of any
claim, return the product at the earliest possible convenience to the original place of purchase,
together with a copy of the original document of purchase, a full description of the application
in which the product has been used and a description of the defect. Please pack the product in
such a way as to ensure safe transportation (see our safety instructions).
PEP provides for repair or replacement of any part, assembly or sub-assembly at the company’s own discretion, or to refund the original cost of purchase, if appropriate. In the event of
repair, refunding or replacement of any part, the ownership of the removed or replaced parts
reverts to PEP Modular Computers, and the remaining portion of the original guarantee, or
any new guarantee to cover the repaired or replaced items, will be transferred to cover the
new or repaired items. Any extensions to the original guarantee are considered gestures of
goodwill, and will be defined in the “Repair Report” issued by PEP with the repaired or
replaced item.
PEP Modular Computers will not accept liability for any further claims resulting directly or indirectly from any warranty claim, other than the above specified repair, replacement or refund.
In particular, all claims for damage to any system or process in which the product was
employed, or any loss incurred as a result of the product not functioning at any given time, are
excluded. The extent of PEP Modular Computers liability to the customer shall not exceed the
original purchase price of the item for which the claim exists.
PEP Modular Computers issues no warranty or representation, either explicit or implicit, with
respect to its products’ reliability, fitness, quality, marketability or ability to fulfil any particular
application or purpose. As a result, the products are sold “as is,” and the responsibility to
ensure their suitability for any given task remains that of the purchaser. In no event will PEP
be liable for direct, indirect or consequential damages resulting from the use of our hardware
or software products, or documentation, even if PEP were advised of the possibility of such
claims prior to the purchase of the product or during any period since the date of its purchase.
Please remember that no PEP Modular Computers employee, dealer or agent is authorized to
make any modification or addition to the above specified terms, either verbally or in any other
form, written or electronically transmitted, without the company’s prior consent.
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Chapter
1
Introduction
1.1 Introduction to CompactPCI ..........................................................................1 - 3
1.2 PEP Single-height CPU Boards ....................................................................1 - 4
1.3 CP302 Product Overview ..............................................................................1 - 4
1.4 CP302 Board Introduction .............................................................................1 - 5
1.5 CP302 Main Specifications ............................................................................1 - 6
1.6 Power Consumption and Temperature Range ..............................................1 - 8
1.6.1 Temperature Range ..............................................................................1 - 10
1.6.1.1 Temperature Range and Air Flow .................................................1 - 10
1.7 Software Support .........................................................................................1 - 11
1.8 Applied Standards .......................................................................................1 - 12
1.8.1 CE Compliance .....................................................................................1 - 12
1.8.2 Mechanical Compliance ........................................................................1 - 12
1.8.3 Environmental Tests .............................................................................1 - 12
1.9 Related Publications ....................................................................................1 - 12
1.9.1 CompactPCI Systems/Boards ..............................................................1 - 12
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1. Introduction
1.1 Introduction to CompactPCI
The PEP Modular Computers CompactPCI product described in this chapter operates
with the PCI bus architecture to support additional I/O and memory-mapped devices as
required by various industrial applications. For detailed information concerning the
CompactPCI standard, please consult the complete Peripheral Component Interconnect
(PCI) and CompactPCI Specifications. For further information regarding these
standards and their use, visit the homepage of the PCI Industrial Computer
Manufacturers Group (PICMG).
Many system-relevant CompactPCI features that are specific to PEP Modular
Computers CompactPCI systems may be found described in the PEP CompactPCI
System Manual. Due to its size, this manual cannot be downloaded via the internet.
Please refer to the section “Related Publications” at the end of this chapter for the
relevant ordering information.
The CompactPCI System Manual includes the following information:
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Common information that is applicable to all system components, such as safety
information, warranty conditions, standard connector pinouts etc.
All necessary information to combine PEP Modular Computers racks, boards,
backplanes, power supply units and peripheral devices in a customized
CompactPCI system, as well as configuration examples.
Data on rack dimensions and configurations as well as information on mechanical
and electrical rack characteristics.
Information on the distinctive features of PEP Modular Computers CompactPCI
boards, such as functionality, hotswap capability. In addition, an overview is given
for all existing PEP Modular Computers CompactPCI boards with links to the
relating datasheets.
Generic information on the PEP Modular Computers CompactPCI backplanes,
such as the slot assignment, PCB form factor, distinctive features, clocks, power
supply connectors and signalling environment, as well as an overview of the PEP
Modular Computers CompactPCI standard backplane family.
Generic information on the PEP Modular Computers CompactPCI power supply
units, such as the input/output characteristics, redundant operation and distinctive
features, as well as an overview of the PEP Modular Computers CompactPCI
standard power supply unit family.
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1.2 PEP Single-height CPU Boards
Socket 7 Family
The CP312 is a highly integrated 32bit/33 MHz CompactPCI single-board computer that
is designed around the Pentium family from Intel and AMD’s K6™ microprocessors.
The VGA interface is integrated within the Chipset. To achieve high CPU and memory
performance the board includes 512 kB L2 Cache. DRAM is 32 MB or 64 MB (soldered)
which together with the SODIMM provides up to 128 MB main memory.
Mobile PentiumIIl Family
The CP302 is a high performance 64-bit/33MHz CompactPCI system controller boar
designed to utilize the Intel Mobile PentiumIIl Coppermine™ microprocessors and
future processors. This board is based on the Intel 440BX AGP sets and can support
CPU speeds of 400 MHz through 700 MHz and host bus speeds up to 100 MHz.
The CP301 is a system controller which is identical to the CP302 in every respect
except that it has an additional 4HP front panel interface. The CP301 supports two COM
ports and one Fast Ethernet connector on the 4HP interface. The USB and keyboard
connector are not available on the 4HP version.
The CP302PM is a non-system controller which is identical to the CP302 apart from
having a different PCI/PCI (non-transparent) bridge at J1/J2. This makes possible the
addition of further CP302PM’s together with a system controller CPU on one
CompactPCI bus, i.e. multiprocessing.
1.3 CP302 Product Overview
The CP302 is a highly integrated single-board computer that is designed around the
Intel Mobile Pentium IIl family of microprocessors. The CP302 is available with either
one or two CompactPCI interfaces (depending on version). The version with the 2nd
CompactPCI bus is able to address a maximum of 14 slots.
Finding an optimum equilibrium between performance and power dissipation, the
CP302 is a reliable Mobile PentiumIIl controlled board supporting a clock speed of 700
MHz and higher when available.
The CP302 is equipped with a 69030 VGA chip with 4 MB SDRAM memory. Speed of
operation is assured by means of the onboard 66 MHz AGP interface. High resolution is
provided with the video controller supporting pixel resolutions of up to 1600 x 1200 or up
to 16.7 M colors. The board also features a 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX Fast Ethernet
based on the Intel 82559 Fast Ethernet PCI Bus Controller.
Designed for stability and packaged in a rugged format, the board fits into all
applications situated in industrial environments. The low power consumption of the
board is further assured through the use of 3.3 V and 1.5V I/O technology.
The board is compatible with the Microsoft Windows NT operating system. However,
the performance of CompactPCI can be tailored to suit real-time applications and
operating systems such as Linux, QNX or VxWorks which are instrumental to the
success of CompactPCI in these market sectors.
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1.4 CP302 Board Introduction
The CP302 is a CompactPCI Mobile PentiumIIl Coppermine™ based single-board
computer specifically designed for use in highly integrated platforms with solid
mechanical interfacing for a wide range of industrial environment applications.
Some of the CP302’s outstanding features are:
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compliance with CompactPCI Interface 2.0 R3.0
the option of either one or two independent CompactPCI interfaces
local PCI bus extender
suitable for all Intel Mobile PentiumIIl Coppermine™ processors in the 495-pin
BGA2 package
up to 256 MB SDRAM main memory, 128 MB soldered with ECC and 128 MB via
SODIMM
256 kB FLASH for BIOS
Flash Disk up to 96 MB
onboard high performance AGP VGA controller
one EIDE interface, two with Rear I/O version
one Fast Ethernet device: 10BaseT & 100BaseTX
integrated Hardware monitor
optional Rear I/O
The CP302 includes the following commonly used peripheral devices:
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floppy disk interface
keyboard/USB controller
two serial ports(ESD protected and EMI compliant)
counter/timers
watchdog timer
real-time clock
parallel port
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1.5 CP302 Main Specifications
Table 1-1: CP302 Main Specifications
CP302
Specifications
CPU
Intel Mobile Pentium III Coppermine™ processor up to 700 MHz
with 256 kB L2 on-die cache in 495 BGA2 packaging
Memory
100 MHz system memory bus
256 kB L2 on-die full speed processor cache
64 MB up to 128 MB SDRAM via one SODIMM socket running at
100 MHz
64 up to 128 MB SDRAM soldered with ECC running at 100 MHz
512 kB Flash (or optional SRAM with 256 kB or 512 kB)
Optional DiskOnChip™ module up to 96 MB
2 x 256 byte EEPROM for storing CMOS data when operating
without battery and 2 x 256 byte EEPROM for user purposes
Super I/O
The FDC37C672 from SMSC is an ISA Plug and Play compatible I/O
device that provides the following functions:
- Two 16C550 compatible UARTs with 16 bytes FIFO
- PS/2 keyboard and mouse interface
- Floppy disk controller up to 2.88 MB
- Parallel port ECP/EPP compatible
Chipset
Intel 82440BX PCI/AGP controller
- GTL processer interface
- Integrated DRAM controller
- AGP and PCI interface
Intel 82371EB PCI/ISA EIDE Xcelerator (PIIX4E)
- Multifunction PCI to ISA bridge
- Enhanced DMA controller
- Interrupt controller based on two 82C59’s
- Timer based on 82C84
- Real-time clock
- Power management logic
- Supports two USB interfaces
- Supports two EIDE interfaces
AGP/VGA
interface
Controller: 69030
Video memory: 4 MB
Resolution: up to 1600x1200x16 bits per pixel @ 60 Hz
Fast Ethernet
Interface
Controller: Intel  82559 Fast Ethernet Controller
Data Rate: 10 & 100 MBit/s
Ethernet: Full 802.2 & 802.3 IEEE compliance supporting 10Base-T
and 100Base-TX
Cabling: Category 5 two-pair cabling
Software
Support
Award BIOS with Preboot Agent contained within 256 kB of Flash
memory. The BIOS parameters are saved in the EEPROM.
The CP302 is able to operate without disks, keyboard and video
operating systems:
Linux , QNX , VxWorks , Windows NT  etc.
MS-DOS , Windows 95 , 98, Windows 2000 
CompactPCI Bus
Interface
Compatible with CompactPCI Specification V 2.0, Rev. 3.0
64-bit/33 MHz master interface 3.3V/5.0V compatible
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Table 1-1: CP302 Main Specifications
CP302
Specifications
Rear I/O
When the Rear I/O is enabled the CompactPCI interface is configured
for 32-bit/33 MHz
The 32-bit CompactPCI bus has Rear I/O capability. The following
interfaces are routed to the Rear I/O connector J2: COM1 and COM2,
PS/2 mouse and keyboard, 2xUSB’s, CRT VGA, Ethernet and
secondary EIDE port.
PMC Interface
PCI mezzanine connector for standard PMC module. 32-bit/33 MHz
master interface 3.3V/5.0V compatible
General
Dimensions: 100 mm x 160 mm
Operating temp.: 0°C to +60°C
E1 (optional): -25°C to +75°C
E2 (optional): -40°C to +85°C
Storage temp.: -55°C to +85°C
Operating humidity: 0% to 95% non-condensing
Weight: CP302 4HP without heatsink: 200g
CP302 4HP with heatsink:
278g
CP302 8HP with heatsink:
322g
CP302 I/O module:
66g
CP302 PMC module:
110g
Front Panel
Interfaces
PS-2 style connector for Keyboard/Mouse via Y-cable
(6-pin mini-DIN)
COM1: 9-pin D-sub (RS232, RS422,RS485)
COM2: 9-pin D-sub (RS232, RS422, RS485)
USB: one 4-pin connector
Parallel port: 25-pin high density D-sub
Ethernet: one RJ-45 connector
VGA: 15-pin D-sub SVGA connector
LED’s: ACT, SPEED: Ethernet status
LED: TH: Overtemperature status
Reset button, guarded
Onboard
interfaces
One EIDE interface (two EIDE interfaces with Rear I/O version)
supporting Ultra/DMA for 2/4 devices (HardDisks or CD-ROM’s) on
40-pin 2.54mm connectors
One floppy disk interface (up to 2.88 MB)
PCI extension connection
Thermal
Management /
System
Monitoring
Watchdog: software configurable watchdog generates IRQ, SMI or
hardware reset
Hardware monitor: LM81 monitoring temperature, fan speed and all
onboard voltages
Temperature monitor: MAX 1617 monitoring the CPU on-die and
board temperature
HotswapCompatible
The CP302 supports the addition or removal of other boards whilst in
a powered-up state. Individual clocks for each slot and Enum signal
handling are in compliance with the PCIMG 2.1 Hotswap
Specification.
Common
Features
DC power monitors (3.3V and 5V)
Battery socket and 3.0V lithium battery for RTC:
VARTA Type CR2025
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1.6 Power Consumption and Temperature Range
The CP302 board is based on the Intel Mobile PentiumIIl processor. Intel has
developed mobile processors to meet the specific needs of mobile PC's. As such, they
operate at lower voltages than their desktop counterparts, are significantly smaller in
size, consume less power and dissipate less heat. The design is optimized for low
power consumption applications.
The goal of this description is to provide a method to calculate the power consumption
for the CP302 base board and for additional configurations. The processor dissipates
the majority of the thermal power.
The power consumption table lists the voltage and current specifications for the CP302
board and the CP302 accessories. The values are measured with a 8 slot passive
CompactPCI backplane and two power supplies, one for the CPU and the other one for
the harddisk. During the measurement the power consumption of the backplane can be
ignored. The operating systems was DOS 6.22 without power management and
Windows NT 4.0 with power management. The measured values varied, because the
power depended on the processor activity. All Mobile PentiumIIl processors are
powered with 1.35V core voltage (low power version).
These values were measured at the DOS prompt and without the keyboard.
Table 1-2: Power Consumption Table with DOS Running (without keyboard)
Power
5V
3.3V
Total
400 MHz
32 or 64 MB Memory (128 Mbit chips)
without VGA
5.2W
5.3W
10.5W
400 MHz
64 or 128 MB Memory
with VGA
5,3W
6.5W
11.8W
500 MHz
64 or 128 MB Memory
with VGA
5.9W
6.5W
12.4W
700 MHz
64 or 128 MB Memory
with VGA
8.8 W
6.4 W
15.2 W
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Table 1-3: Power Consumption Table with Windows NT 4.0 Running
(no application started and without keyboard)
Power
5V
3.3V
Total
400 MHz
32 or 64 MB Memory (128 Mbit chips)
without VGA
1.2W
4.7W
5.9W
400 MHz
64 or 128 MB Memory
with VGA
1.2W
5.9W
7.1W
500 MHz
64 or 128 MB Memory
without VGA
1.4W
5.9W
7.3W
700 MHz
64 or 128 MB Memory
without VGA
2.0 W
5.8 W
7.8 W
The 400 MHz version without VGA is not a standard version. For more information
please contact PEP.
Table 1-4: Power Consumption Table for CP302 Accessories
Module
Power 5V
Power 3.3V
Keyboard
100 mW
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64 MB SODIMM module
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500 mW
128 MB SODIMM module
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500 mW
DiskOnChip™ 16 MB
100 mW
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DiskOnChip™ 144 MB
100 mW
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CP302 IO module without HardDisk drive
100 mW
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CP302 PMC module
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CP302 PMC + second CPCI interface
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300 mW
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Introduction
Temperature Range
The CP302 family are the first CompactPCI boards capable of operating over the
extended temperature range from -40°C up to + 85°C. All onboard components are
specially selected for the higher temperature range. For the higher temperatures the
desktop processors are not suitable, because the power consumption is higher and the
allowable case temperature is lower. The only suitable processor is the Intel Mobile
PentiumIIl processor family. These processors are produced with the new 0.18-micron
process which have lower power consumption and support higher case temperatures
(100°C).
1.6.1.1 Temperature Range and Air Flow
These values have been measured with typical applications under DOS and Windows
NT 4.0. In worst case situations the values and the temperature range must be reduced
accordingly. For all situations the maximum case temperature of the Mobile Pentium III
processor must be below 100°C. This temperature value can be measured with the
onboard remote temperature sensor. In instances of overtemperature the hardware
monitor will reduce the processor clock to lower the generated power.
Table 1-5: Typical Temperature Range and Required Air Flow
Heat Sink
Version
4HP
8HP
Range
400 MHz
500 MHz
700 MHz
0°C - 60°C
0 m/s
0 m/s
0.2 m/s
-25°C - 75°C
0 m/s
0.6 m/s
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-40°C - 85°C
0.6 m/s
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0°C - 60°C
0 m/s
0 m/s
0 m/s
-25°C - 75°C
0 m/s
0 m/s
1.0 m/s
-40°C - 85°C
0 m/s
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0 m/s air flow means standard convection cooling with the board in an upright position.
An airflow of 1 m/s is a typical value for a standard PEP ASM 4 rack ( 3U CompactPCI
rack with 1U cooling fans ). For other racks or housings the available airflow will be different. The maximum ambient temperature must be recalculated and / or measured for
such environments. For the calculation of the maximum ambient temperature the processor case temperature must never exceed 100°C. The maximum heatsink temperature depends on the physical characteristics of the heatsink and thermal connection to
the processor. To ensure that the heatsink temperature does not exceed its limits an airflow may be needed for a given ambient temperature. Heatsink temperature is measured at the top of the heatsink base, closest to the processor.
Important Warning concerning overheating follows on next page
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Important:
It is the responsibility of the end user to ensure that the
processor case temperate never exceeds 100° Celsius in order to
protect the board against overheating. Permanent overheating
can damage the board.
If the temperature on the processor die is greater than 100°C the
maximum ambient temperature must be reduced or an external
airflow must be provided by means of an additional fan.
1.7 Software Support
Real-time operating systems such as QNX, VxWorks, and others are supported. The
standard PC features supported by the BIOS also allow for PC operating systems such
as Linux, MS-DOS, Windows 9X, Windows 2000, Windows NT 4.0 (Embedded).
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1.8 Applied Standards
1.8.1
CE Compliance
The PEP Modular Computers’ CompactPCI systems comply with the requirements of
the following CE-relevant standards:
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Emission
Immission
Electrical Safety
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EN50081-1
EN50082-2
EN60950
Mechanical Compliance
Mechanical Dimensions
1.8.3
IEEE 1101.10
Environmental Tests
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Vibration/Broad-Band
Random Vibration
IEC68-2-6
IEC68-2-64 (3U boards)
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Permanent Shock
Single Shock
IEC68-2-29
IEC68-2-27
1.9 Related Publications
1.9.1
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CompactPCI Systems/Boards
CompactPCI Specification, V. 2.0, Rev. 3.0
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Chapter
2
Functional Description and Configuration
2.1 Functional Block Diagram ..............................................................................2 - 4
2.2 Front Panels ..................................................................................................2 - 5
2.3 Board Layouts ...............................................................................................2 - 6
2.4 Main Features ................................................................................................2 - 8
2.4.1 CPU ........................................................................................................2 - 8
2.4.2 Memory ...................................................................................................2 - 8
2.4.3 Interrupts ................................................................................................2 - 8
2.5 Peripherals ....................................................................................................2 - 9
2.5.1 Watchdog Timer .....................................................................................2 - 9
2.5.2 Battery ....................................................................................................2 - 9
2.5.3 Reset ....................................................................................................2 - 10
2.5.4 SMBus Devices ....................................................................................2 - 11
2.5.5 Thermal Management / System Monitoring ..........................................2 - 11
2.5.6 Serial EEPROM ....................................................................................2 - 12
2.5.7 Flash Memory .......................................................................................2 - 13
2.5.8 PCI- to-PCI Bridge ................................................................................2 - 13
2.6 Board Interfaces ..........................................................................................2 - 14
2.6.1 Keyboard/Mouse Interface.....................................................................2 - 14
2.6.1.1 Keyboard Connector CON4 Pinout ................................................2 - 14
2.6.2 USB Interface .......................................................................................2 - 15
2.6.2.1 USB Connector CON5 Pinout ........................................................2 - 15
2.6.3 VGA Interface .......................................................................................2 - 16
2.6.3.1 VGA connector CON8 Pinout ........................................................2 - 16
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2.6.4 Fast Ethernet Interface ......................................................................... 2 - 17
2.6.4.1 RJ45 Connector CON10 Pinout .................................................... 2 - 17
2.6.5 Ethernet LED Status ............................................................................ 2 - 17
2.6.6 Fan Power Supply ................................................................................ 2 - 18
2.6.7 EIDE Interfaces .................................................................................... 2 - 18
2.6.7.1 EIDE Connector CON7 Pinout ...................................................... 2 - 19
2.6.8 Floppy Drive Interface .......................................................................... 2 - 21
2.6.8.1 Floppy Disk Connector CON13 Pinout .......................................... 2 - 21
2.6.8.2 PCI Extension Connector CON6 ................................................... 2 - 22
2.6.8.3 I/O Interface Connectors CON3 and CON11 ................................ 2 - 22
2.6.9 CompactPCI Bus Interface(s) .............................................................. 2 - 22
2.6.9.1 CompactPCI Connectors CON1 and CON2 Pinouts...................... 2 - 23
2.6.10 Rear I/O Interface ................................................................................. 2 - 25
2.6.10.1 Rear I/O Configuration Illustration ................................................ 2 - 26
2.6.10.2 Optional Rear I/O interface on CPCI Connector CON2 ............... 2 - 27
2.6.10.3 Rear I/O Jumper Setting ............................................................... 2 - 28
2.7 Jumper Description ..................................................................................... 2 - 30
2.7.1 External BIOS ...................................................................................... 2 - 30
2.7.2 Memory Type Selection ....................................................................... 2 - 30
2.7.3 Flash Type Selection ............................................................................ 2 - 30
2.7.4 Fan Power Supply Selection ................................................................ 2 - 31
2.7.5 PCI VI/O setting ................................................................................... 2 - 31
2.7.6 Shorting Chassis GND (Shield) to Logic GND ..................................... 2 - 31
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2.7.7 Jumper Setting for Rear I/O...................................................................2 - 32
2.7.8 Reserved Jumpers ................................................................................2 - 33
2.8 Memory Map ................................................................................................2 - 33
2.9 Special Registers Description ......................................................................2 - 35
2.9.1 Watchdog .............................................................................................2 - 35
2.9.1.1 Watchdog Trigger ..........................................................................2 - 35
2.9.1.2 Watchdog Timer .............................................................................2 - 36
2.9.2 Reset Control Register .........................................................................2 - 36
2.9.3 Interrupt Configuration Register ............................................................2 - 37
2.9.4 I/O Status ..............................................................................................2 - 38
2.9.5 Board ID ..............................................................................................2 - 38
2.9.6 Hardware Index ....................................................................................2 - 39
2.9.7 Jumper Status .......................................................................................2 - 39
2.9.8 Logic Version ........................................................................................2 - 40
2.9.9 PCI Interrupt Routing ............................................................................2 - 40
2.9.10 Memory Management of Flash Socket ...............................................2 - 41
2.9.11 Flash Socket Page ..............................................................................2 - 41
2.10 Video Resolutions.........................................................................................2 - 42
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2. Functional Description and Configuration
2.1 Functional Block Diagram
Figure 2-1: CP302 Functional Block Diagram
SDRAM
256MB
AGP VGA
SVGA 69030 uBGA
RTC
Ethernet
Reset
Clock
CPU
HW
monitor
Chipset
Mobile
Pentium III
BX440
256kB L2
600MHz
Chipset
Southbridge
PIIX4e
100BaseT
RJ
45
Rear I/O
P2
(optional)
DC/DC
Logic
IRQ,
ISA
BIOS
Flash
256k
KBC
mouse
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Flash
Disk
0-288MB
1/2
COM
SUPER
I/O
Floppy
P1
P2
local PCI
Extender
SMC 37C672
Parallel
Port
PCI-PCI
21154/21554
64-bit
IDE
(one)
USB
(one)
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2.2 Front Panels
The front panel includes one LED placed under the keyboard/mouse interface
connector (“Board LED’s”) and two LED’s placed over the Ethernet connector (“Ethernet
LED”). The functions of the LED’s are as follows:
Board LED:
•
TH (red) = Temperature alarm; if ON, an overtemperature has occurred. The CPU
clock speed is reduced automatically.
Ethernet LED’s:
•
•
ACT (green) = if ON link is active and transmission is in progress via the Ethernet
link.
SPEED (green) = if ON transmission speed is 100 MBit/s.
Figure 2-2: CP302 Front Panels
4 HP
8 HP
12 HP
8 HP
CP 302
CP 302
CP 302
CP 302
Keyboard
Keyboard
Keyboard
Keyboard
PMC
RST
TH
ACT SPEED
Baseboard
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2.3 Board Layouts
Figure 2-3: CP302 Board Layout (Front Side)
MAGNIFIED SECTION
SHOWING RESISTORS
FOR SETTING VGA
R51
R40
R32
2 LED’s
(Green)
CON10
Ethernet
LED and
Reset S1
CON8
VGA
CON5
USB
CON4
Kbd + Mse
2
2
57
FLASH
IC6
1
J1
NSR
ETHERNET
CONTROLLER
19
20
CON13
Floppy
Interface
1
2
2
80
SODIMM SOCKET
79
CHIPSET
North Bridge
CON7
2
EIDE 1 Interface
1
40
39
2
CPU
CompactPCI
Bridge
1
3
1
CON6 PCI Extension
CHIPSET
South Bridge
58
CON3 I/O Interface
1
1
Battery
CON11 I/O Int.
46
J2
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Figure 2-4: CP302 Board Layout (Reverse Side)
Note that this diagram
is not to scale with the
Front Side Board Diagram
R314
J6
J7
J3
LOGIC
3 1 2
2 1 3
J5
R291
R298
R286
R302
NW15 NW20
R285 R293 R296 R303
MAGNIFIED
SECTION
MAGNIFIED
SDRAM
J8
J9
NW15 NW20
CON2
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2.4 Main Features
The following descriptions highlight the main features of the principal functional blocks
of the CP302.
2.4.1
CPU
The CP302 supports the Intel Mobile PentiumIIl Coppermine™ processor family up to
700MHz with 256 kB L2 on-die cache in a 495-pin BGA2 package. The processor speed
is automatically selected. The onboard voltage regulator is automatically programmed
by the processor's VID pins to provide the required voltage. All supported onboard
memory can be cached.
2.4.2
Memory
The CP302 has two locations for installing memory; up to 128 MB may be soldered with
ECC and a further 128 MB may be added by means of the onboard SODIMM socket.
The board supports a maximum of 256 MB. All installed memory will be automatically
detected, so there is no need to set any jumpers. All PC/100 compliant SDRAM on
144-pin gold SODIMM’s are supported by the CP302 board.
Table 2-1: Memory Options Utilizing SODIMM Sockets
Onboard
SODIMM
ECC Support
64MB
--
Enabled
64MB
64 MB
Not supported
64MB
128 MB
Not supported
128MB
--
Enabled
128MB
64 MB
Not supported
128MB
128 MB
Not supported
All memory components and SODIMM’s used with this board must comply with the
following PC SDRAM specifications:
•
•
PC SDRAM Specification PC100
PC Serial Presence Detect Specification
2.4.3
Interrupts
Two enhanced 8259-style interrupt controllers provide a total of fifteen interrupt inputs
with features which include level and edge-triggered inputs, fixed and rotating priorities
and individual input masking. Interrupt sources include: Counter/timers, serial I/O, RTC,
keyboard/mouse, printer, floppy disk, EIDE interfaces and four interrupt sources on the
CompactPCI backplane.
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2.5 Peripherals
The following standard peripherals are available on the CP302 board:
•
Real-Time Clock
The real-time clock performs time-keeping functions and includes 256 bytes of
general purpose battery-backed CMOS RAM. Features include an alarm function,
programmable periodic interrupt and a 100-year calendar. All battery-backed
CMOS RAM data remains stored in an additional EEPROM. This prevents data
loss.
•
Counter/Timer
Three 8254-style counter/timers are included on the CP302 as defined for the PC/AT.
2.5.1
Watchdog Timer
A watchdog timer is provided, which forces an IRQ5, NMI or Reset condition
(configurable in the watchdog register). The watchdog time can be programmed in 12
steps ranging from 125 msec up to 256 seconds. If the watchdog timer is enabled, it
cannot be stopped.
2.5.2
Battery
The CP302 is provided with a 3.0V “coin cell” lithium battery for the RTC.
To replace the battery please proceed as follows:
•
•
•
•
Turn off power
Remove the battery
Place the new battery in the socket.
Make sure that you insert the battery the right way round. The plus pole must be on
the top!
The lithium battery must be replaced with an identical battery or a battery type
recommended by the manufacturer. Suitable batteries include the VARTA CR2025 and
PANASONIC BR2020
Important notes concerning the battery appear on the next page
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!
Important
• Care must be taken to ensure that the battery is correctly
replaced.
• The battery should be replaced only with an identical or
equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
• Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s
instructions.
• The typical life expectancy of a 170 mAh battery (VARTA
CR2025) is 4 - 5 years with an average on-time of 8 hours per
working day at an operating temperature of 30°C. However,
this typical value varies considerably because the life expectancy is dependent on the operating temperature and the
standby time (shutdown time) of the system in which it operates.
To ensure that the lifetime of the battery has not been exceeded
it is recommended to exchange the battery after 3 - 4 years.
2.5.3
Reset
The CP302 is automatically reset by a precision voltage monitoring circuit that detects a
drop in voltage below the acceptable operating limit of 4.725 V for the 5V line and below
3.0V for the 3.3V line, or in the event of a power failure of the DC/DC converter. Other
reset sources include the watchdog timer and local push-button switch. The CP302
responds to any of these sources by initializing local peripherals and issuing the
PCIRST* signal on the CompactPCI bus.
The CP302 has a variety of reset options:
•
•
•
•
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Front panel push button
Watchdog
Backplane reset (PRST input)
Power control (5V, 3.3V and CPU core voltage)
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Functional Description and Configuration
SMBus Devices
The CP302 provides a System Management Bus (SMBus) for access to several system
monitoring and configuration functions. The SMBus consists of a two-wire I2C bus
interface. The following table describes the function and address of every onboard
SMBus device.
Table 2-2: SMBus Device Addresses
Device
SMB Address
PIIX4 slave port
0001000Xb
Temperature sensor MAX1617
0011000Xb
Hardware Monitor LM81
0101100Xb
EEPROM
1010XXXXb
2.5.5
Thermal Management / System Monitoring
The LM81 can be used to monitor several critical hardware parameters of the system,
including power supply voltages, fan speeds and temperatures; all of which are very
important for the proper operation and stability of a high-end computer system. The
LM81 provides an I2C™ serial bus interface.
The voltages of the onboard power supply (+12 V, -12V, +5V, +3.3V, +1.5V, Vcore) are
supervised. The onboard hardware monitor is able to detect the CPU fan speed and an
external fan speed in revolutions per minute (RPM). The presence of the fans is
automatically detected.
The integrated MAX1617 temperature sensors monitor the CPU temperature to make
sure that the system is operating at a safe temperature level. If the temperature is too
high, the sensors automatically reduces the CPU clock frequency, depending on the
mode chosen in the BIOS set.
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2.5.6
Serial EEPROM
A serial EEPROM is provided, organised into 4 blocks with 256 bytes per block
(24LC08). This EEPROM is connected to the I2C™ bus provided by the PIIX4E.
Table 2-3: EEPROM Address Map
Address
Function
1010000xb
SODIMM SPD
1010001xb
Onboard SPD
1010010xb
Not available
1010011xb
Not available
1010100xb
VxWorks parameter (24LC08)
1010101xb
Free for user purposes (24LC08)
1010110xb
Free for user purposes (24LC08)
1010111xb
CMOS backup (24LC08)
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2.5.7
Flash Memory
There are two Flash devices available as described below, one for the BIOS and one
32-pin socket for a flexible Flash configuration.
1.
BIOS Flash
The CP302 uses a 256 kB flash memory to store BIOS firmware. It can be updated as
new versions of the BIOS become available. You may easily upgrade your BIOS using
the AWARD awdflash utility .
2.
Socket Memory
Different flash module versions are available. In order to achieve flexibility with low cost
the flash memory is not soldered, but connected via a special module from M-Systems
(DiskOnChip™ 2000).
•
Standard flash memory of up to 512 KB in a 32-pin DIL package
•
•
•
Standard EEPROM memory in a 32-pin DIL package
•
•
•
AMD29F010
AMD29F040
AMD27C010
AMD27C020
DiskOnChip™ flash memory:
•
8 - 96 MB
For higher flash memory capacity it is recommended to use an ATA flash disk.
2.5.8
PCI- to-PCI Bridge
The Intel 21154 bridge is a 64-bit 33 MHz PCI-to-PCI bridge device. It supports up to
seven CompactPCI loads through a passive backplane.
The 21154 is a second generation PCI-to-PCI bridge and is fully compliant with the PCI
Local Bus Specification Rev. 2.1. The 64-bit interface interoperates transparently with
either 64-bit or 32-bit devices.
The PC-to-PCI bridge allows the primary and secondary PCI bus to operate
concurrently. A master and target on the same PCI bus can communicate while the
other PCI bus is busy.
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2.6 Board Interfaces
2.6.1
Keyboard/Mouse Interface
The onboard keyboard controller is 8042 software compatible.
4
6
Figure 2-5: Keyboard/Mouse Connector
The PC/AT standard keyboard/mouse connector is a PS/2-type
6-pin shielded mini-DIN connector. The keyboard power supply unit
is protected by a 500 mA fuse. All signal lines are EMI-filtered.
2
1
5
3
2.6.1.1
A special adapter to connect a mouse device and/or a keyboard to
the PS/2 connector ia available from PEP
Keyboard Connector CON4 Pinout
The CP302 has the AT keyboard connector implemented on a 6-pin Mini-Din connector.
A special adapter to connect a mouse device and/or keyboard to the PS/2 connector is
available from PEP.
Table 2-4: Keyboard Connector CON4 Pinout
Pin
Name
Function
In/Out
1
KDATA
Keyboard data
In/Out
2
MDATA
Mouse data
In/Out
3
GND
Ground signal
--
4
VCC
VCC signal
--
5
KCLK
Keyboard clock
Out
6
MCLK
Mouse clock
Out
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The keyboard power supply is protected with a fuse (500mA) and
all the signal lines are EMI-filtered.
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Functional Description and Configuration
USB Interface
The Universal Serial Bus, or USB, is a versatile port. This one port type can function as
a serial, parallel, mouse, keyboard, or joystick port and is capable of supporting up to
127 daisy-chained peripheral devices.
Figure 2-6: USB Connector
One USB interface with a maximum transfer rate of 12 Mbit is
provided. One USB peripheral may be connected to this port. To
connect one or more USB devices an external hub is required. The
USB power supply feeding this connector is protected by a 1.5A
fuse. All signal lines are EMI-filtered.
2.6.2.1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
USB Connector CON5 Pinout
The CP302 has one USB interface implemented on a 4-pin connector.
Table 2-5: USB Connector CON5 Pinout
Pin
Name
Function
In/Out
1
VCC
VCC signal
--
2
UV0-
Differential USB-
--
3
UV0+
Differential USB+
--
4
GND
GND signal
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2.6.3
VGA Interface
Figure 2-7: D-sub VGA Connector
10
15
5
11
1
The CP302 is equipped with the 69030 VGA chip with 4 MB
memory. This contains an SVGA controller that is fully compatible
with the CGA, EGA, Hercules Graphics, MDA, and VGA video
standards. The controller connects directly to the onboard 66 MHz
AGP Interface with a maximum data transfer rate of 266 MB/sec.
The video controller supports pixel resolutions of up to 1600 x 1200
or up to 16.7 M colors. The SVGA controller supports analog VGA
monitors on a 15-pin female D-sub connector, with a maximum
vertical retrace non-interlaced frequency of 85 Hz.
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2.6.3.1
VGA Connector CON8 Pinout
The 15-pin female connector CON8 is used to connect a VGA monitor to the CP302
board.
Table 2-6: VGA Connector CON8 Pinout
D-sub 15
Signal
Function
In/Out
1
Red
Red video signal output
Out
2
Green
Green video signal output
Out
3
Blue
Blue video signal output
Out
13
Hsync
Horizontal sync.
TTL out
14
Vsync
Vertical sync.
TTL out
12
Sdata
I2C™ data
In/Out
15
Sclk
I2C™ clock
Out
9
VCC
Power +5V 200 mA no fuse protection
Out
5,6,7,8,10
GND
Signal ground
--
4,11
Free
--
--
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Functional Description and Configuration
Fast Ethernet
The CP302 board includes a 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX network solution based on the
Intel 82559 Fast Ethernet PCI Bus Controller. The controller contains two receive and
transmit FIFO buffers that prevent data overruns or underruns while waiting for access
to the PCI bus.
Two LED’s monitor network conditions. The Boot from LAN feature is supported, for
details please refer to section 4.5, BIOS Features Setup, in chapter 4.
Figure 2-8: Ethernet/Fast Ethernet Connector
1
The Ethernet connector is realized as an RJ45 twisted-pair connector.
The interface provides automatic detection and switching between
10Base-T and 100Base-TX data transmission.
8
2.6.4.1 RJ45 Connector CON10 Pinout
The CON10 supplies the 10Base-TX/100Base-TX interface to the Ethernet controller.
Table 2-7: RJ45 Connector CON10 Pinout
RJ45
Signal
Function
1
TX+
Transmit +
2
TX-
Transmit -
3
RX+
Receive +
4
NC
--
5
NC
--
6
RX-
Receive -
7
NC
--
8
NC
--
2.6.5
Ethernet LED Status
Green: ACT: This LED monitors network connection and activity. The LED lights up
when network packets are sent or received through the RJ45 port. When this LED is not
lit it means that either the computer is not sending or receiving network data or that the
cable connection is faulty.
Green: SPEED: This LED lights up to indicate a successful 100Base-TX connection.
When not lit the connection is operating at 10Base-T.
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Functional Description and Configuration
Fan Power Supply
A fan for CPU cooling may be connected through the power connector J2.
Table 2-8: Fan Power Supply
J2
Function
1
GND
2
+5V or +12V
Please see table 2-17 on page 2-31 for necessary jumper setting
3
Sense input
2.6.7
EIDE Interfaces
The two EIDE interfaces support PIO mode 4 with transfers up to 14 MB per second and
Bus Master Ultra-DMA 33 transfer up to 33 MB per second. The EIDE controller can
sustain a maximum transfer rate of 33 MB per second between the EIDE drive buffer
and PCI.
There are two independent EIDE ports available (a primary onboard and a secondary
on the Rear I/O). The primary EIDE interface is a 40-pin, 2-row male connector AT
standard interface for an EIDE HardDisk.
Each EIDE interface provides support for two devices (one master and one slave). All
HardDisks can be used in cylinder head sector (CHS) mode with the BIOS also
supporting the logical block addressing (LBA) mode.
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Important
Each EIDE interface supports a maximum of two devices
connected in the master-slave mode. To configure the first as a
master disk and the second as a slave disk, please refer to the
HardDisk manufacturer’s documentation.
EIDE connector pinout appears on the following page
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2.6.7.1 EIDE Connector CON7 Pinout
The following table sets out the pinout of the CON7 connector, giving the corresponding
signal names. The maximum length of cable that may be used is 35 cm. The colored
stripe on a ribbon cable (pin 1) from the EIDE1 port should face towards the SODIMM
socket.
Table 2-9: AT Standard Connector CON7 Pinout
Pin
Signal
Function
In/Out
1
IDERESET
Reset HD
Out
2
GND
Ground signal
--
3
HD7
HD data 7
In/Out
4
HD8
HD data 8
In/Out
5
HD6
HD data 6
In/Out
6
HD9
HD data 9
In/Out
7
HD5
HD data 5
In/Out
8
HD10
HD data 10
In/Out
9
HD4
HD data 4
In/Out
10
HD11
HD data 11
In/Out
11
HD3
HD data 3
In/Out
12
HD12
HD data 12
In/Out
13
HD2
HD data 2
In/Out
14
HD13
HD data 13
In/Out
15
HD1
HD data 1
In/Out
16
HD14
HD data 14
In/Out
17
HD0
HD data 0
In/Out
18
HD15
HD data 15
In/Out
19
GND
Ground signal
--
20
N/C
--
--
21
IDEDRQ
DMA request
In
22
GND
Ground signal
--
23
IOW
I/O write
Out
24
GND
Ground signal
--
25
IOR
I/O read
Out
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Table 2-9: AT Standard Connector CON7 Pinout
Pin
Signal
Function
In/Out
26
GND
Ground signal
--
27
IOCHRDY
I/O channel ready
In
28
GND
Ground signal
--
29
IDEDACKA
DMA Ack
Out
30
GND
Ground signal
--
31
IDEIRQ
Interrupt request
In
32
N/C
--
--
33
A1
Address 1
Out
34
N/C
--
--
35
A0
Address 0
Out
36
A2
Address 2
Out
37
HCS0
HD select 0
Out
38
HCS1
HD select 1
Out
39
LED
LED driving
In
40
GND
Ground signal
--
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2.6.8
Floppy Drive Interface
The onboard floppy disk controller supports either 5.25 inch or 3.5 inch (1.44 or 2.88 MB)
floppy disks. A 20-pin male connector provides the signals for an optional floppy-drive
that can be installed by means of a special adapter.
2.6.8.1
Floppy Disk Connector CON13
Table 2-10: Floppy Disk Connector CON13 Pinout
Pin
Signal
Function
In/Out
1-4
GND
Ground signal
--
5
DSKCH
Disk change
In
6
HDSEL
Head select
Out
7
RDATA
Read data
In
8
WP
Write protect
In
9
TRK0
Track 0 signal
In
10
WGAT
Write enable
Out
11
WDAT
Write data
Out
12
STEP
Step pulse
Out
13
DIR
Step direction
Out
14
MTR1
Motor 1 enable
Out
15
DS0
Driver select 0
Out
16
DS1
Driver select 1
Out
17
MTR0
Motor 0 enable
Out
18
INDEX
Index pulse
In
19
DRVDEN1
Drive and media select
Out
20
DRVDEN0
Drive and media select
Out
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2.6.8.2 PCI Extension Connector CON6
The PCI extension connector (CON6) provides all the necessary PCI signals for the
CP302 PMC module.
2.6.8.3 I/O Interface Connectors CON3 and CON11
The I/O interface connectors (CON3 and CON11) provide all necessary signals for the
CP302 I/O module.
2.6.9
CompactPCI Bus Interface(s)
The complete CompactPCI connector configuration comprises two connectors named
J1 and J2
Their function is as follows:
•
•
J1/J2: 64-bit CompactPCI interface with PCI bus signals, arbitration, clock and power
J2 has optional Rear I/O interface functionality.
The board is capable of driving up to seven CompactPCI slots, with individual arbitration
and clock signals. In addition to standard CompactPCI system functionality, the CP302
also supports Hotswap capability which means that hotswappable boards can be
removed from or installed in the system whilst it is running.
The CP302 is designed for a CompactPCI bus architecture. The CompactPCI standard
is electrically identical to the PCI local bus. However, these systems are enhanced to
operate in rugged industrial environments and to support multiple slots.
CompactPCI connector pinouts appear on the following page.
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Functional Description and Configuration
CompactPCI Connectors CON1 and CON2 Pinouts
The CP302 is provided with two 2 mm x 2 mm pitch female CompactPCI bus
connectors, J1 and J2.
Table 2-11: CompactPCI Bus Connector J1 (CON1) Pinout
Pin
Row A
Row B
Row C
Row D
Row E
Row F
25
5V
REQ64*
ENUM*
3.3V
5V
GND
24
AD[1]
5V
V(I/O)
AD[0]
ACK64*
GND
23
3.3V
AD[4]
AD[3]
5V
AD[2]
GND
22
AD[7]
GND
3.3V
AD[6]
AD[5]
GND
21
3.3V
AD[9]
AD[8]
M66EN*
C/BE[0]*
GND
20
AD[12]
GND
V(I/O)
AD[11]
AD[10]
GND
19
3.3V
AD[15]
AD[14]
GND
AD[13]
GND
18
SERR*
GND
3.3V
PAR
C/BE[1]*
GND
17
3.3V
RSV
RSV
GND
PERR*
GND
16
DEVSEL
GND
V(I/O)
STOP*
LOCK*
GND
15
3.3V
FRAME*
IRDY*
GND
TRDY*
GND
12-14
Key Area
11
AD[18]
AD[17]
AD[16]
GND
C/BE[2]*
GND
10
AD[21]
GND
3.3V
AD[20]
AD[19]
GND
9
C/BE[3]*
IDSEL
AD[23]
GND
AD[22]
GND
8
AD[26]
GND
V(I/O)
AD[25]
AD[24]
GND
7
AD[30]
AD[29]
AD[28]
GND
AD[27]
GND
6
REQ*
GND
3.3V
CLK
AD[31]
GND
5
BRSVP1A5
BRSVP1B5
RST*
GND
GNT*
GND
4
BRSVP1A4
GND
V(I/O)
INTP
INTS
GND
3
INTA*
INTB*
INTC*
5V
INTD*
GND
2
TCK
5V
TMS
TDO
TDI
GND
1
5V
-12V
TRST*
+12V
5V
GND
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Table 2-12: 64-bit CompactPCI Bus Connector J2 (CON2) Pinout
Pin
Row Z
Row A
Row B
Row C
Row D
Row E
Row F
22
GND
GA4
GA3
GA2
GA1
GA0
GND
21
GND
CLK6
GND
RSV
RSV
RSV
GND
20
GND
CLK5
GND
RSV
GND
RSV
GND
19
GND
GND
GND
RSV
RSV
RSV
GND
18
GND
RSV
RSV
RSV
GND
RSV
GND
17
GND
RSV
GND
PRST#
REQ6#
GNT6#
GND
16
GND
RSV
RSV
DEG#
GND
RSV
GND
15
GND
RSV
GND
FAL#
REQ5#
GNT5#
GND
14
GND
AD[35]
AD[34]
AD[33]
GND
AD[32]
GND
13
GND
AD[38]
GND
V(I/O)
AD[37]
AD[36]
GND
12
GND
AD[42]
AD[41]
AD[40]
GND
AD[39]
GND
11
GND
AD[45]
GND
V(I/O)
AD[44]
AD[43]
GND
10
GND
AD[49]
AD[48]
AD[47]
GND
AD[46]
GND
9
GND
AD[52]
GND
V(I/O)
AD[51]
AD[50]
GND
8
GND
AD[56]
AD[55]
AD[54]
GND
AD[53]
GND
7
GND
AD[59]
GND
V(I/O)
AD[58]
AD[57]
GND
6
GND
AD[63]
AD[62]
AD[61]
GND
AD[60]
GND
5
GND
C/
BE[5]#]
GND
V(I/O)
C/
BE[4]#]
PAR64
GND
4
GND
V(I/O)
RSV
C/
BE[7]#]
GND
C/
BE[6]#]
GND
3
GND
CLK4
GND
GNT3#
REQ4#
GNT4#
GND
2
GND
CLK2
CLK3
SYSEN#
GNT2#
REQ3#
GND
1
GND
CLK1
GND
REQ1#
GNT1#
REQ2#
GND
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2.6.10 Rear I/O Interface
The CP302 board provides optional Rear I/O connectivity for peripherals for special
compact systems. Some standard PC interfaces are implemented and assigned to the
front panel and to the rear connector J2.
When the Rear I/O module is used, the signals of some of the main board/front panel
connectors are routed to the module interface. Thus the Rear I/O module makes it much
easier to remove the CPU in the rack as there is practically no cabling on the CPU
board.
For this configuration two versions are available. One with 64-bit/33 MHz CompactPCI
and reduced Rear I/O functionality and one with 32-bit/33 MHz and some Rear I/O
peripherals.
For the system Rear I/O feature a special backplane is necessary. The CP302 with Rear
I/O is compatible with all standard CompactPCI passive backplanes with Rear I/O
support on the system slot.
The CP302 Rear I/O provides the following interfaces, all signals are available on J2
only when the board is ordered for Rear I/O functionality:
32-bit CompactPCI and Rear I/O
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
32-bit/33 MHz CompactPCI
PS/2 keyboard
PS/2 mouse
Two USB ports
Ethernet port without LED
Two COM ports
VGA CRT interface
Second EIDE port
Fan control input
The following ports may be used either for rear or front I/O, the combination of both rear
and front is not possible.
•
•
•
•
Ethernet port without LED
Two COM ports
VGA CRT interface
Second EIDE port
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2.6.10.1 Rear I/O Configuration Illustration
Figure 2-9: CP302 Rear I/O Configuration
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2.6.10.2 Optional Rear I/O interface on Compact PCI Connector CON2
The CP302 conducts a wide range of I/O signals through the Rear I/O connector J2.
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If the Rear I/O feature is selected the PCI interface is only 32-bit.
For the 3U Rear I/O a special backplane is necessary.
Table 2-13: Rear I/O CompactPCI Bus Connector J2 (CON2) Pinout
Pin
Z
A
B
C
D
E
22
GND
GA4
GA3
GA2
21
GND
CLK6
GND
TDN
20
GND
CLK5
GND
TDP
1)
GND
19
GND
GND
GND
RSV
5)
RSV
5)
+3.3V
1)
GND
18
GND
KDAT
1)
RSV
5)
+3.3V
1)
GND
17
GND
KCLK
1)
UV0-
16
GND
PMDAT
1)
15
GND
PMCLK
1)
UV0+
2DSR
1)
GND
RDP
1)
GND
VCC
1)
GND
PRST
REQ6
GNT6
GND
DEG
GND
UV1-
FAL
REQ5
GNT5
VSYNC
(GND) 3)
2CTS
2DCD
GND
1)
GND
3)
14
GND
2RIN
13
GND
2RXD
12
GND
1DSR
11
GND
1DTR
10
GND
IDEDB8
4)
9
GND
IDEDB6
4)
IDEDB7
(GND) 4)
8
GND
IDEDB3
4)
IDEDB12
2)
1)
GA0
3)
1)
GOUT
(GND)
RDN
1)
UV1+
1)
ROUT
(GND)
GA1
F
2RTS
2)
2)
GND
2)
FANSENS
E (GND)
BOUT
(VIO) 3)
2DTR
2)
1RTS
1CTS
HSYNC
(GND) 3)
2TXD
GND
2)
GND
IDEDB9
(VIO) 4)
1DCD
1RIN
GND
1TXD
IDEDB10
(GND) 4)
1RXD
IDEDB5
IDEDB11
2)
IDERST
4)
2)
2)
IDEDB4
(VIO) 4)
4)
IDEDB2
4)
IDEDB0
(GND) 4)
IDEDB15
(VIO) 4)
ICHRDYB
IDACKB
7
GND
IDEDB14
4)
6
GND
IDEIORB
4)
5
GND
IDEAB1
4
GND
VIO
VCC
3
GND
CLK4
GND
2
GND
CLK2
1
GND
CLK1
4)
2)
4)
4)
4)
GND
2)
2)
GND
2)
4)
GND
GND
IDEDB1
GND
IDEDRQB
IDEIOWB
GND
IDEDB13
(GND) 4)
IDEIRQB
IDEAB2
RSV
4)
4)
GND
GND
5)
GND
IDECSB1
GNT3
REQ4
GNT4
GND
CLK3
SSYSEN
GNT2
REQ3
GND
GND
REQ1
GNT1
REQ2
GND
1)
IDECSB0
2)
4)
IDAB0
(VIO) 4)
GND
2)
4)
4)
GND
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Legend for table on preceding page:
1) Ethernet, SMBUS, Keyboard, Mouse, USB and Power (64-bit and Rear I/O
possible)
2) COM1, COM2 (only 32-bit and Rear I/O)
3) VGA Signals (only 32-bit and Rear I/O)
4) EIDE Port (only 32-bit and Rear I/O)
5) Reserved
The greyed table cells indicate the power grouping
2.6.10.3 Rear I/O Jumper Setting
Rear I/O interfaces are only available on Rear I/O versions of the board.
In order to implement the system Rear I/O feature, a system slot Rear I/O backplane is
necessary. This backplane must comply with the CompactPCI Specification PICMG 2.0
R3.0, October 1999.
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Warning:
If the board is ordered for 64-bit CompactPCI the Rear I/O feature is not supported. The Rear I/O jumpers and resistors must
not be configured for Rear I/O. The setting of the Rear I/O jumpers and resistors may result in damage to your board or system.
Ethernet Interface
Ethernet signals are available on J2 when the board is ordered for Rear I/O configuration. To configure the Ethernet port for Rear I/O requires the installation of zero ohm
resistors on the board to connect the signals to the J2 connector.
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VGA Interface
The VGA signals are available on J2 when the board is ordered for Rear I/O configuration. In this configuration both interfaces are active. The 75 ohm termination resistor for
the red, green and blue video signals are equipped on the CP302.
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Both VGA ports are electrically identical and not separated. Do
not connect devices at both connectors (front I/O and Rear I/O)
at the same time.
Serial Interface COM1 and COM2
Only one interface may be used (Rear I/O or front I/O). If the Rear I/O interface is
enabled the drivers for the COM1 and COM2 port on the CP302 IDE2 module must be
disabled.
Keyboard/Mouse Interface
All PS2 connectors are electrically identical. Due to this it is not possible to use a mouse
at the front I/O and a second mouse at the Rear I/O port at the same time.
USB Interface
There are two independent USB interfaces available, one port is routed to the 4-pin front
I/O connector. This port may also be used on the Rear I/O interface. The second port is
only available on the Rear I/O connector.
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the same time.
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2.7 Jumper Description
2.7.1
External BIOS
It is possible to redirect the first CPU fetch from the onboard flash to the Flash socket. If
jumper J1 is open, the board boots from the BIOS in the onboard flash memory. When
J1 is closed, the board boots from the socket flash.
Table 2-14: External BIOS Setting
J1
Function
Comment
Closed
External Bios
Use this setting only if the
onboard flash does not work.
Open
Internal Bios
Normal boot from the onboard
BIOS
2.7.2
Memory Type Selection
This solder jumper selects the memory type to be installed on the flash socket IC6.
Table 2-15: Memory Type Selection
J6
J7
Memory type
Comment
1-2
1-2
SRAM with 256 kB or 512 kB
--
1-3
1-3
All DiskOnChip™, Flash and EPROM types
up to 4 Mbit
Default
2.7.3
Flash Type Selection
This solder jumper selects the flash type to be installed on the flash socket IC6.
Table 2-16: Flash Type Selection
J3
Function
Comment
Closed
4 Mbit flash type
--
Open
2 Mbit flash type
Default
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2.7.4
Fan Power Supply Selection
The voltage for the CPU cooling fan can be configured using jumpers J8 and J9
Table 2-17: Fan Power Supply Selection
J9
J8
Function
Closed
Open
+5V
Open
Closed
+12V
The default setting is indicated by italics
2.7.5
PCI VI/O setting
The CP302 provides for either a 5V or 3.3V PCI signaling environment.
The BVI/O power jumpers on the board are used to power the buffers on the peripheral
boards and the PMC interface. The BVI/O does not provide power to the CompactPCI
interface. The CompactPCI VI/O must be configured via the backplane.
Table 2-18: PCI VI/O setting
Board VI/O setting
R158
R159
5V default
Open
Closed
3.3V
Closed
Open
2.7.6
Shorting Chassis GND (Shield) to Logic GND
The front panel including the front panel connectors are isolated to the logic ground.
This zero Ohm resistor enables connection between the chassis GND and logic GND.
Table 2-19: Shorting Chassis GND (Shield) to Logic GND
R314
Function
Open
Connectors are isolated to logic GND
Short
Connectors are connected to logic GND and chassis GND
The default setting is indicated by italics.
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2.7.7
Jumper Setting for Rear I/O
Rear I/O interfaces are only available on Rear I/O versions of the board.
In order to implement the system Rear I/O feature, a system slot Rear I/O backplane is
necessary. This backplane must comply with the CompactPCI Specification PICMG 2.0
R3.0, October 1999.
Warning:
!
If the board is ordered for 64-bit CompactPCI the Rear I/O
feature is not supported. The Rear I/O jumpers and resistors
must not be configured for Rear I/O. The setting of the Rear I/O
jumpers and resistors may result in damage to your board or
system.
Ethernet Interface
Ethernet signals are available on J2 when the board is ordered for Rear I/O configuration. To configure the Ethernet port for Rear I/O requires the installation of zero ohm
resistors on the board to connect the signals to the J2 connector.
Table 2-20: Ethernet Interface Configuration
Configuration
Ethernet Front I/O
Ethernet Rear I/O
R286, R291, R298, R302
Closed
Open
R285, R293, R296, R303
Open
Closed
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VGA Interface
The VGA signals are available on J2 when the board is ordered for Rear I/O configuration. In this configuration both interfaces are active. The 75 ohm termination resistor for
the red, green and blue video signals are equipped on the CP302.
Table 2-21: VGA Interface Configuration
Configuration
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2.7.8
Location
75 Ohm for red
R51
75 Ohm for green
R40
75 Ohm for blue
R32
Note:
Both VGA ports are electrically identical and not separated. Do
not connect devices at both connectors (front I/O and Rear I/O)
at the same time.
Reserved Jumpers
Jumper J5 is reserved for future configurations
2.8 Memory Map
The CP302 board uses the standard AT ISA memory map.
The following table displays the memory map for the first megabyte:
Table 2-22: Memory Map for the 1st Megabyte
Memory Range (Hex.)
Size
Function
0xE0000-0xFFFFF
128k
BIOS implemented in Flash EPROM
Reset vector FFFF0h
0xD0000-0xDFFFF
8k/64k
Flash disk: min. 8 kB, max. 64 kB
0xC8000-0xCFFFF
32k
Free
0xC0000-0xC7FFF
32k
BIOS of the VGA card
0xA0000-0xBFFFF
128k
Normally used as video RAM as follows:
CGA video:
0xB8000-0xBFFFF
Monochrome video: 0xB0000-0xB7FFF
EGA/VGA video:
0xA0000-0xAFFFF
0x00000-0x9FFFF
640k
DOS reserved memory space
0x00000-0x00501
--
BIOS data area and interrupt space
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Table 2-23: I/O Address Map
Address Range (Hex.)
Device
000,00F
DMA controller #1
020,021
Interrupt controller #1
022,02F
Reserved
040,043
Timer
060,063
Keyboard interface
070,071
RTC port
080,08F
DMA page register
0A0,0A
Interrupt controller #2
0C0,0DF
DMA controller #2
0E0,0EF
Reserved
0F0,0FF
Math coprocessor
170,17F
HardDisk secondary
1F0,1FF
HardDisk primary
278,27F
Parallel port LPT2
280
Watchdog trigger
281
Onboard reset
282
Watchdog time
284
Interrupt routing
286
I/O status
288
Board version
289
Hardware index
28A
Jumper status
28B
Logic index
28C
PCI Interrupt routing
28E
Memory management
28F
Flash Socket Page
2E8,2EF
Serial port COM4
2F8,2FF
Serial port COM2
378,37F
Parallel printer port LPT1
3BC,3BF
Parallel printer port LPT3
3E8,3EF
Serial port COM3
3F0,3F7
Floppy Disk + Super-I/O #1 Com.
3F8,3FF
Serial port COM1
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2.9 Special Registers Description
The following registers are special registers for the CP302 to watch the onboard
hardware special features and the CompactPCI control signals.
Normally, only the system BIOS uses these registers, but they are documented here for
application use as required. Take care when modifying the contents of these registers
as the system BIOS may be relying on the state of the bits under its control.
2.9.1
Watchdog
The CP302 has one watchdog timer. This timer is provided with a programmable
timeout ranging from 125 msec to 256 sec. Failure to retrigger the watchdog timer within
a set time period results in a system reset, SMI or an interrupt. These can be configured
via the register 0x284.
To enable the watchdog bit 4 of the register 0x282 must be set. If the watchdog is
enabled via bit 4” this bit cannot later be cleared.
With a write access to the register 0x280 the watchdog is re-triggered. Once the
watchdog is enabled. Once the watchdog is enabled, it must be continuously strobed
within the terminal count period to avoid expiry of the Watchdog..
2.9.1.1 Watchdog Trigger
A write access triggers the watchdog.
The I/O location for the watchdog trigger is 0x280.
Watchdog Timer section appears on the following page
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2.9.1.2 Watchdog Timer
The CP302 has one watchdog timer with a programmable timeout ranging from 125
msec. to 256 sec.
The I/O location for the watchdog configuration is 0x282.
Table 2-24: Watchdog Configuration
Bits
Type
Default
Function
7-5
R
0
Reserved
4
RW
0
1 = enable watchdog (write)
0 = disable watchdog (read only)
0
The nominal timeout period is 20% longer than
the minimum.
0 = 125 msec
1 = 250 msec
2 = 500 msec
3 = 1 sec
4 = 2 sec
5 = 4 sec
6 = 8 sec
7 = 16 sec
8 = 32 sec
9 = 64 sec
10 = 128 sec
11 = 256 sec
12-15 reserved
3-0
RW
2.9.2
Reset Control Register
This register controls the reset signal for the Ethernet controller and the VGA-AGP
interface. A low signal keeps the chips in the reset mode. The default configuration is
high.
The I/O location for the reset control register is 0x281.
Table 2-25: Reset Control Register
Bits
Type
Default
Function
7-2
R
0
Reserved
1
RW
1
Reset VGA-AGP interface
1 = set reset signal high
0 = set reset signal low
0
RW
1
Reset the Ethernet chip
1 = set reset signal high
0 = set reset signal low
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2.9.3
Interrupt Configuration Register
The interrupt configuration register holds a series of bits defining the interrupt routing for
the watchdog, the power control derate signal and the CompactPCI enumeration signal.
If the watchdog timer timesout, it can generate three independent hardware events:
reset, SMI and IRQ5 interrupt.
The enumeration signal is generated by a hotswap compatible board after insertion and
prior to removal. The system uses this interrupt signal to force software to configure the
new board. The derate signal indicates that the power supply is beginning to derate its
power output.
The I/O location for the interrupt configuration is 0x284.
Table 2-26: Onboard Interrupt Configuration
Bits
Type
Default
Function
7-5
R
0
Reserved
4
RW
0
CPCI enum signal IRQ5 routing
1 = enable IRQ5
0 = disable IRQ5
3
RW
0
CPCI derate signal IRQ5 routing
1 = enable IRQ5
0 = disable IRQ5
2
RW
0
Watchdog hardware reset
1 = enable reset
0 = disable reset
1
RW
0
Watchdog IRQ5 routing
1 = enable IRQ5
0 = disable IRQ5
0
RW
0
Watchdog SMI routing
1 = enable SMI
0 = disable SMI
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2.9.4
I/O Status
This register describes the local and CompactPCI control signals. The watchdog status
bit indicates the status of the watchdog timer. If the timer is not re-triggered within the
previously set time period, the bit is set to “0”. The fail signal is an output of the power
supply indicating a power supply failure. For the description of the derate and
enumeration signals please see the interrupt routing register.
The I/O location for the I/O status is 0x286
Table 2-27: I/O Status
Bits
Type
Default
Function
7
R
--
Watchdog status
0 = watchdog interrupt
6
R
--
Reserved
5
R
--
Reserved
4
R
--
Reserved
3
R
--
System slot identification 0 = System slot
2
R
--
System enumeration hot swap 0 = new board
1
R
--
Supply fail signal of CPCI (this signal is low
active)
0
R
--
Derating signal of CPCI (this signal is low
active)
2.9.5
Board ID
This register describes the board index.
I/O location 0x288.
Table 2-28: Board ID
Bits
7-0
Type
R
Default
--
Function
Board version
0 = reserved
0x30 = CP302
0x31 = CP302PM
The content of this register is unique for each PEP CompactPCI board.
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2.9.6
Hardware Index
The hardware index will signal to the software when differences in the hardware require
different handling by the software. It starts with the value 0 and will be incremented with
each change in hardware as development continues.
I/O location 0x289
Table 2-29: Hardware Index
Bits
7-0
Type
Default
R
2.9.7
Function
Revision ID
0 = Index 0000
--
Jumper Status
This register can be used to read the onboard jumper configuration.
I/O location 0x28A
Table 2-30: Jumper Status
Bits
Type
Default
Function
7
R
1
Boot jumper J1
1 = onboard flash
0 = socket flash
6-3
R
--
Reserved
2
R
--
Rear I/O module status
1 = no Rear I/O module plugged in
0 = Rear I/O module plugged in
1
R
--
Reserved
0
R
--
Reserved
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2.9.8
Logic Version
The logic version register may be used to identify the logic status of the board by
software. It starts with the value 0 and will be incremented with each logic update.
I/O location 0x28B
Table 2-31: Logic Version
Bits
7-0
Type
R
2.9.9
Default
Function
Logic version
0 = Index 0000
--
PCI Interrupt Routing
This register is used by the CPU to control the PCI interrupt routing. Every interrupt line
of the backplane can be enabled or disabled. The interrupt mask register bits enable the
appropriate bits when low, and disable them when high. The default configuration is “all
interrupts enabled”.
The I/O location for the PCI interrupt routing is 0x28C.
Table 2-32: PCI Interrupt Routing
Bits
Type
Default
Function
7-4
R
--
Reserved
3
RW
0
P1 INTD
2
RW
0
P1 INTC
1
RW
0
P1 INTB
0
RW
0
P1 INTA
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2.9.10 Memory Management of Flash Socket
Flash devices which may be mounted in socket IC6 are accessed in paged mode, up to
512 kB are addressable in total. The page size depends on the setting of the Flash
Socket Page Register; the Flash access is 8 pages with 64 kB, 16 pages with 32 kB or
64 pages with 8 kB.
The Memory Management Register should be used to select the individual pages.
The I/O location is 0x28E.
Table 2-33: Memory Management
Bits
Type
Default
Function 8 kB
Function 32 kB
Function 64 kB
7-6
R
--
Reserved
--
--
5
RW
0
Address A18
--
--
4
RW
0
Address A17
--
--
3
RW
0
Address A16
Address A18
--
2
RW
0
Address A15
Address A17
Address A18
1
RW
0
Address A14
Address A16
Address A17
0
RW
0
Address A13
Address A15
Address A16
2.9.11 Flash Socket Page
The Flash Socket Page register is used to select the page size to be addressed. The
size can be programmed from 8 kB to 64 kB. The default value is 8 kB which results in
the following address window: 0xDE000 - 0xDFFFF.
The I/O location of the flash window setup is 0x28F.
Table 2-34: Flash Socket Page
Bits
7-0
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RW
Default
0
Addressable Range in
2 = 64kB 0xD0000 - 0xDFFFF
1 = 32kB 0xD8000 - 0xDFFFF
0 = 8kB 0xDE000 - 0xDFFFF
Note:
The default value for DiskOnChip ™ is 8 kB.
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2.10 Video Resolutions
The CP302 supports different video resolutions to produce different display parameters.
A complete list of possible video resolutions and the relating display parameters is
shown in the following table:
Table 2-35: Video Resolutions and Display Parameters
Resolution
Color Depth
Bits per Pixel
Colors Total
Refresh Rate
Comments
640 x 480
24
16.7 M
60, 75, 85
True color
800 x 600
24
16.7 M
60, 75, 85
True color
1024 x 768
24
16.7 M
60, 75, 85
True color
1280 x 1024
24
16.7 M
60, 75, 85
True color
1600 x 1200
16
65,536
60
High color
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Chapter
3
Installation
3.1 Board Installation ...........................................................................................3 - 3
3.1.1
Placement of the CP302 .......................................................................3 - 4
3.1.2
EIDE Interfaces. ....................................................................................3 - 4
3.1.3
Keyboard/Mouse Connector .................................................................3 - 5
3.2 Software Installation ......................................................................................3 - 5
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3.1 Board Installation
Caution!
If your board type is not specifically qualified as hotswap capable,
please switch off the CompactPCI system before installing the
board in a free CompactPCI slot. Failure to do so could endanger
your life/health and may damage your board or system.
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Note:
Certain CompactPCI boards require bus master and/or Rear I/O
capability. If you are in doubt whether such features are required
for the board you intend to install, please check your specific
board and/or system documentation to make sure your system is
provided with an appropriate free slot to insert the board.
ESD Equipment!
Your CompactPCI board contains electrostatically sensitive
devices. Please observe the necessary precautions to avoid
damage to your board:
• Discharge your clothing before touching the assembly. Tools
must be discharged before use.
• Do not touch components, connector-pins or traces.
• If working at an anti-static workbench with professional
discharging equipment, please do not omit to use it.
Chapters 2 and 4 of this manual describe the hardware and software setup of the
CP302 controller board, its CPU and the following related devices:
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•
•
•
•
•
serial port COM1 and COM2
floppy disk interface
EIDE device interfaces
keyboard/mouse interface on the front panel
VGA
USB
Fast Ethernet
PEP Advantage
One or more of the above mentioned mass storage and I/O
devices may be connected to your CP302 controller board. However, none of these devices have to be installed for the CP302 to
function, as it is designed to be bootstrapped solely from the
FLASH device.
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3.1.1
Placement of the CP302
The PEP CompactPCI system configuration is characterized by the fact that its system
slot (slot “1”) is on the right end of the backplane, thus allowing for physical CPU growth
(heat-sink, cooling fan etc.) associated with higher-performance processors.
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3.1.2
Important!
After having inserted your controller board, please make sure it
has been fitted into the system slot.
EIDE Interfaces.
The CP302 board is provided with two EIDE interfaces, a primary onboard and a
secondary on the Rear I/O.
The EIDE interfaces each allow installation of up to two devices (one master-slave pair).
If installed, the devices are automatically recognized by the BIOS at system “power on”.
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Important!
The primary EIDE interface supports a maximum of two devices
connected in the master-slave mode. To configure the first as a
master disk and the second as a slave disk please refer to the
HardDisk manufacturer’s documentation.
Hard-Disk Installation
To install a HardDisk, it is necessary to perform the following operations in the given
order:
1.
Install the hardware;
2.
Initialize the software necessary to run the chosen operating system.
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The incorrect connection of power or data cables may damage
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3.1.3
Keyboard/Mouse Connector
The CP302 uses a PC/AT standard keyboard/mouse connection realized as a 6-pin
shielded mini-DIN connector. To connect both a mouse and keyboard to your mini-DIN
connector, a suitable keyboard/mouse Y-adapter may be used
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Attention
When plugging in your keyboard and mouse, or when plugging
anything into a Serial or Com port, make sure that the power is
off. Connecting these devices while the power is on, which is
known as “hot plugging”, may damage your system.
3.2 Software Installation
The installation of the Ethernet and all other on-board peripheral drivers is described in
detail in the relevant Driver Kit files.
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Chapter
4
CMOS Setup
4.1 Proprietary Notice ..........................................................................................4 - 3
4.2 Introduction to Setup .....................................................................................4 - 3
4.3 Main Setup Menu ...........................................................................................4 - 7
4.4 Standard CMOS Setup ..................................................................................4 - 9
4.5 BIOS Features Setup ..................................................................................4 - 13
4.6 Chipset Features Setup ...............................................................................4 - 18
4.7 Power Management ....................................................................................4 - 21
4.8 PM Timers ...................................................................................................4 - 23
4.9 PNP/PCI Configuration ................................................................................4 - 24
4.10 Integrated Peripherals ..............................................................................4 - 26
4.11 Special Setup Features .............................................................................4 - 29
4.12 Password Setting .......................................................................................4 - 30
4.13 POST Messages ........................................................................................4 - 31
4.14 POST Codes ..............................................................................................4 - 35
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4. CMOS Setup
This chapter describes the Award BIOS Setup program, EliteBIOS, version 4.51PG. The
Setup program lets you modify basic system configuration settings.
4.1 Proprietary Notice
Unless otherwise noted, chapter 4 of this
manual, which concerns the EliteBIOS setup
program, as well as the information herein
disclosed are proprietary to AWARD Software
International, Inc. Any person or entity to whom this document is furnished or who
otherwise has possession thereof, by acceptance agrees that it will not be copied or
reproduced in whole or in part, nor used in any manner except to meet the purposes for
which it was delivered.
The information presented in this chapter is subject to change without notice, and
should not be considered as a commitment by Award. Although Award will make every
effort to inform users of substantive errors, Award disclaims all liability for any loss or
damage resulting from the use of this document or any hardware or software described
herein, including without limitation contingent, special, or incidental liability.
4.2 Introduction to Setup
This manual describes the Award BIOS Setup program. The Setup program lets you
modify basic system configuration settings. The settings are then stored in a dedicated
battery-backed memory, called CMOS RAM, that retains the information when the
power is turned off.
A special feature of PEP’s CompactPCI boards is that all Setup information is
additionally saved in a non-volatile serial EEPROM. This feature provides the user with
enhanced data security in comparison with a standard PC board, because setup data
will not be lost should the battery fail.
The Award BIOS in your computer is a customized version of an industry-standard BIOS
for IBM PC AT–compatible personal computers. It supports the Intelx86 and
compatible processors. The BIOS provides critical low-level support for the system
central processing, memory, and I/O subsystems.
The Award BIOS has been customized by adding important, but nonstandard, features
such as virus and password protection, power management, and detailed fine-tuning of
the chipset controlling the system.
The rest of this manual is intended to guide you through the process of configuring your
system using Setup.
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Starting Setup
The Award BIOS is immediately activated when you first turn on the computer. The
BIOS reads system configuration information in CMOS RAM and begins the process of
checking out the system and configuring it through the Power-on Self Test (POST).
When these preliminaries are finished, the BIOS seeks an operating system on one of
the data storage devices (hard drive, floppy drive, etc.). The BIOS launches the
operating system and hands control of system operations to it.
During POST, you can start the Setup program in one of two ways:
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•
By pressing <Del> immediately after switching the system on, or
By pressing the <Del> key or by simultaneously pressing <CTRL>, <ALT>, and
<ESC> keys when the following message appears briefly at the bottom of the screen
during POST:
Press DEL to enter SETUP
If the message disappears before you respond and you still wish to enter Setup, restart
the system to try again by turning it OFF then ON or pressing the RESET button on the
system case. You may also restart by simultaneously pressing <CTRL>, <ALT>, and
<Delete> keys. If you do not press the keys at the correct time and the system does not
boot, an error message appears and you are again asked to
Press F1 to continue, DEL to enter SETUP
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Setup Keys
The following table describes how to navigate in Setup using the keyboard.
Table 4-1: Keyboard Commands
Up Arrow
Down Arrow
Move to previous item
Move to next item
Left Arrow
Move to the item to the left
Right Arrow
Move to the item to the right
Esc Key
Main Menu: Quit without saving changes into CMOS RAM.
Status Page Setup Menu and Option Page Setup Menu: Exit
current page and return to Main Menu
PgUp Key
Increase the numeric value or make changes
PgDn Key
Decrease the numeric value or make changes
+ Key
Increase the numeric value or make changes
- Key
Decrease the numeric value or make changes
F1 Key
General help, only for Status Page Setup Menu and Option
Page Setup Menu
F2 Key
Shift-F2
Change color from total of 16 colors. F2 to select color
forward, Shift-F2 to select color backward
F3 Key
Calendar, only for Status Page Setup Menu
F4 Key
Reserved
F5 Key
Restore the previous CMOS value from CMOS, only for
Option Page Setup Menu
F6 Key
Load the default CMOS RAM value from BIOS default table,
only for Option Page Setup Menu
F7 Key
Load the default
F8 Key
Reserved
F9 Key
Reserved
F10 Key
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Getting Help
Press F1 and a small help window pops up that describes the appropriate keys to use
and the possible selections for the highlighted item. To exit the Help Window press
<Esc> or the F1 key again.
In Case of Problems
If, after making and saving system changes with Setup, you discover that your computer
is no longer able to boot, the Award BIOS supports an override to the CMOS settings
that resets your system to its default configuration.
You can invoke this override by immediately pressing <Insert> when you restart your
computer. You can restart by either using the ON/OFF switch, the RESET button or by
pressing <CTRL>, <ALT> and <Delete> at the same time.
The best advice is to only alter settings that you thoroughly understand. In particular, do
not change settings in the Chipset screen without good reason. The Chipset defaults
have been carefully chosen by PEP Modular Computers for optimum performance and
reliability. Even a seemingly small change to the Chipset setup may result in the system
becoming unstable.
Setup Variations
Not all systems have the same Setup. While the basic look and function of the Setup
program remains the same for all systems, the appearance of your Setup screens may
differ from the screens shown here. Each system design and chipset combination
require customized configurations. In addition, the final appearance of the Setup
program depends on your system designer. Your system designer may decide that
certain items should not be available for user configuration and remove them from the
Setup program.
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4.3 Main Setup Menu
When you enter the Award BIOS CMOS Setup Utility, a Main Menu, similar to the one
shown below, appears on the screen. The Main Menu allows you to select from several
Setup functions and two exit choices. Use the arrow keys to select items and press ↵ to
accept and enter the sub-menu.
Figure 4-1: CMOS Setup Utility Main Menu — Screen Display
A brief description of each highlighted selection appears at the bottom of the screen.
Following is a brief summary of each Setup category.
Standard CMOS Setup
Options in the original PC AT-compatible BIOS.
BIOS Features Setup
Award enhanced BIOS options.
Chipset Features Setup
Options specific to your system chipset.
Power Management Setup
Advanced Power Management (APM) options.
PNP/PCI Configuration
PlugandPlay standard and PCI Local Bus configuration options.
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Integrated Peripherals
I/O subsystems, that depend on the integrated peripherals controller in your system.
Special Features Setup
Items related to features of this board, which are not common to standard motherboard
designs.
Supervisor/User Password
Change, set, or disable a password. In BIOS versions that allow separate user and
supervisor passwords, only the supervisor password permits access to Setup. The user
password generally allows only power-on access.
EIDE HDD Auto Detection
Automatically detect and configure EIDE HardDisk parameters.
Load BIOS Defaults
BIOS defaults are factory settings for the most stable, minimal-performance system
operations.
Load Setup Defaults
Setup defaults are factory settings for optimal-performance system operations.
Save & Exit Setup
Save settings in non-volatile CMOS RAM and exit Setup.
Exit Without Save
Abandon all changes and exit Setup.
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4.4 Standard CMOS Setup
In the Standard CMOS menu you can set the system clock and calendar, record disk
drive parameters and the video subsystem type, and select the type of errors that stop
the BIOS POST.
Date
The BIOS determines the day of the week from the other date information. This field is
for information only.
Press the → or ← key to move to the desired field (date, month, year). Press the “PgUp”
or “PgDn” key to increment the setting, or type the desired value into the field.
Time
The time format is based on the 24-hour military-time clock. For example, 1 p.m. is
13:00:00. Press the → or ← key to move to the desired field. Press the PgUp or PgDn
key to increment the setting, or type the desired value into the field.
HardDisks
The BIOS supports up to four EIDE drives. This section does not show information
relating to other EIDE devices, such as a CD-ROM drive, or about other hard drive
types, such as SCSI drives.
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We recommend that you select the AUTO type for all drives.
Figure 4-2: Standard CMOS Setup Menu — Screen Display
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The BIOS has the capability to automatically detect the specifications and optimal
operating mode of almost all EIDE hard drives. When you select type AUTO for a hard
drive, the BIOS detects its specifications during POST, every time the system boots.
If you do not want to select drive type AUTO, other methods of selecting the drive type
are available as follows:
1.
Match the specifications of your installed EIDE hard drive(s) with the preprogrammed values for drive types 1 through 45.
2.
Select USER and enter values into each drive parameter field.
3.
Use the EIDE HDD AUTO DECTECTION function in “Setup”.
The following table provides a brief explanation of drive specifications:
Table 4-2: Description of Drive Specifications
Spec.
Description
Type
The BIOS contains a table of pre-defined drive types. Each defined
drive type has a specified number of cylinders, number of heads, write
pre-compensation factor, landing zone, and number of sectors. Drives
whose specifications do not accommodate any pre-defined type are
classified as type USER .
Size
Disk drive capacity (approximate). Note that this size is usually slightly
greater than the size of a formatted disk given by a disk-checking
program.
Cyls.
Number of cylinders
Head
Number of heads
Precomp.
Write pre-compensation cylinder
Landz
Landing zone
Sector
Number of sectors
Mode
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Auto
Auto: The BIOS automatically determines the optimal mode.
Normal
The maximum number of cylinders, heads, and sectors supported are
1024, 16, and 63 respectively.
Large
For drives that do not support LBA and have more than 1024 cylinders.
LBA
During drive accesses, the EIDE controller transforms the data address
described by sector, head, and cylinder number into a physical block
address, significantly improving data transfer rates. For drives with
greater than 1024 cylinders.
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Drive A / Drive B
Selects the correct specifications for the diskette drive(s) installed in the computer.
Table 4-3: Diskette Drives
No diskette drive installed
None
360K, 5.25 in
5-1/4 inch PC-type standard drive; 360 kilobyte capacity
1.2M, 5.25 in
5-1/4 inch AT-type high-density drive; 1.2 megabyte capacity
720K, 3.5 in
3-1/2 inch double-sided drive; 720 kilobyte capacity
1.44M, 3.5 in
3-1/2 inch double-sided drive; 1.44 megabyte capacity
2.88M, 3.5 in
3-1/2 inch double-sided drive; 2.88 megabyte capacity
Video
Selects the type of primary video subsystem in your computer. The BIOS usually
detects the correct video type automatically. The BIOS supports a secondary video
subsystem, however, this is not selected in Setup.
Table 4-4: Primary Video Subsystem Selection
EGA/VGA
Enhanced Graphics Adapter/Video Graphics Array. For EGA, VGA, SEGA,
SVGA or PGA monitor adapters.
CGA 40
Color Graphics Adapter, power-up in 40 column mode
CGA 80
Color Graphics Adapter, power-up in 80 column mode
MONO
Monochrome adapter, includes high resolution monochrome adapters
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Halt On
During the power-on self-test (POST), the computer stops if the BIOS detects a
hardware error. You can program the BIOS to ignore certain errors during POST and
continue the boot-up process. The possible selections are listed in the following table.
Table 4-5: POST Specific Commands
Command
POST Action
No errors
POST does not stop for any errors.
All errors
If the BIOS detects any non-fatal error, POST
stops and prompts you to take corrective
action.
All, But Keyboard
POST does not stop for a keyboard error, but
stops for all other errors.
All, But Diskette
POST does not stop for diskette drive errors,
but stops for all other errors.
All, But Disk/Key
POST does not stop for a keyboard or disk
error, but stops for all other errors.
Memory
You cannot change any values in the Memory fields; they are only for your information.
The fields show the total installed random access memory (RAM) and amounts
allocated to base memory, extended memory, and other (high) memory. RAM is
counted in kilobytes (KB: approximately one thousand bytes) and megabytes
(MB: approximately one million bytes).
RAM is the computer's working memory, where the computer stores programs and data
currently being used, so they are accessible to the CPU. Modern personal computers
may contain up to 64 MB, 128 MB, or more.
Base Memory
Typically 640 KB. Also called conventional memory. The DOS operating system and
conventional applications use this area.
Extended Memory
Above the 1 MB boundary. Early IBM personal computers could not use memory above
1 MB, but current PCs and their software can use extended memory.
Other Memory
Between 640 KB and 1 MB; often called High Memory. DOS may load terminate-andstay-resident (TSR) programs, such as device drivers, in this area, to free as much
conventional memory as possible for applications. Lines in your CONFIG.SYS file that start
with LOADHIGH load programs into high memory.
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4.5 BIOS Features Setup
This screen contains industry-standard options additional to the core PC AT BIOS. This
section describes all fields presented by Award Software in this screen. The example
screen below may vary somewhat from the one in your Setup program; your system
board designer may omit or modify some fields
Figure 4-3: BIOS Features Setup — Screen Display
CPU Internal Cache / External Cache
Cache memory is additional memory that is much faster than conventional DRAM
(system memory). CPU’s from 486-type on up contain internal cache memory, and
most, but not all, modern PC’s have additional (external) cache memory. When the CPU
requests data, the system transfers the requested data from the main DRAM into cache
memory, for even faster access by the CPU.
The External Cache field may not appear if your system does not have external cache
memory.
CPU L2 Cache ECC Checking
When you select Enabled, memory checking is enabled when the external cache
contains ECC SRAM’s.
Quick Power-on Self Test
Select Enabled to reduce the amount of time required to run the power-on self-test
(POST). A quick POST skips certain steps. We recommend that you normally disable
quick POST. Better to find a problem during POST than lose data during your work.
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Boot from LAN first
If Your BIOS if capable of Booting from LAN via DHCP/BOOTP – protocol (option),
you can switch this option on/off here.
Boot Sequence
The original IBM PC’s loaded the operating system from drive A (floppy disk), so IBM
PC-compatible systems are designed to search for an operating system first on drive A,
and then on drive C (HardDisk). However, modern computers usually load the operating
system from the hard drive, and may even load it from a CD-ROM drive. The BIOS now
offers 10 different boot sequence options of three drives each. In addition to the
traditional drives A and C, options include EIDE hard drives D, E and F; plus an SCSI
hard drive and a CD -ROM drive.
Swap Floppy Drive
This field is effective only in systems with two floppy drives. Selecting Enabled assigns
physical drive B to logical drive A, and physical drive A to logical drive B.
Boot Up Floppy Seek
When Enabled, the BIOS tests (seeks) floppy drives to determine whether they have 40
or 80 tracks. Only 360-KB floppy drives have 40 tracks; drives with 720 KB, 1.2 MB, and
1.44 MB capacity all have 80 tracks. Because very few modern PC’s have 40-track
floppy drives, we recommend that you set this field to Disabled to save time.
Boot Up Numlock Status
Toggle between On or Off to control the state of the NumLock key when the system
boots. When toggled On, the numeric keypad generates numbers instead of controlling
cursor operations.
Boot Up System Speed
Select High to boot at the default CPU speed; select Low to boot at the speed of the AT
bus. Some add-in peripherals or old software (such as old games) may require a slow
CPU speed. The default setting is High.
Gate A20 Option
Gate A20 refers to the way the system addresses memory above 1 MB (extended
memory). When set to Fast, the system chipset controls Gate A20. When set to Normal,
a pin in the keyboard controller controls Gate A20. Setting Gate A20 to Fast improves
system speed, particularly with OS/2 and Windows.
Typematic Rate Setting
When Disabled, the following two items (Typematic Rate and Typematic Delay) are
irrelevant. Keystrokes repeat at a rate determined by the keyboard controller in your
system.
When Enabled, you can select a typematic rate and typematic delay.
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Typematic Rate (Chars/Sec)
When the typematic rate setting is enabled, you can select a typematic rate (the rate at
which a character repeats when you hold down a key) of 6, 8, 10, 12, 15, 20, 24 or 30
characters per second.
Typematic Delay (ms)
When the typematic rate setting is enabled, you can select a typematic delay (the delay
before key strokes begin to repeat) of 250, 500, 750 or 1000 milliseconds.
Security Option
If you have set a password, select whether the password is required every time the
System boots, or only when you enter Setup.
PS/2 Mouse Function Control
If your system has a PS/2 mouse port and you instal a serial pointing device,
select Disabled.
PCI/VGA Palette Snoop
Your BIOS Setup may not contain this field. If the field is present, leave at Disabled.
OS Select for DRAM>64MB
Select OS2 only if you are running the OS/2 operating system with greater than 64 MB
of RAM in your system.
Report No FDD for WIN 95
Select Yes to release IRQ6 when the system contains no floppy drive, for compatibility
with Windows 95 logo certification. In the Integrated Peripherals screen, select
Disabled for the Onboard FDC Controller field.
Shadow
Software that resides in a read-only memory (ROM) chip on a device is called firmware.
The Award BIOS permits shadowing of firmware such as the system BIOS, video BIOS,
and similar operating instructions that come with some expansion peripherals, such as,
for example, a SCSI adaptor.
Shadowing copies firmware from ROM into system RAM, where the CPU can read it
through the 16-bit or 32-bit DRAM bus. Firmware not shadowed must be read by the
system through the 8-bit X-bus. Shadowing improves the performance of the system
BIOS and similar ROM firmware for expansion peripherals, but it also reduces the
amount of high memory (640 KB to 1 MB) available for loading device drivers, etc.
Enable shadowing into each section of memory separately. Many system designers
hardwire shadowing of the system BIOS and eliminate a System BIOS Shadow option.
Video BIOS shadows into memory area C0000-C7FFF. The remaining areas shown on
the BIOS Features Setup screen may be occupied by other expansion card firmware. If
an expansion peripheral in your system contains ROM-based firmware, you need to
know the address range the ROM occupies to shadow it into the correct area of RAM.
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Socket Window Page
The CP302 is equipped with a 32-pin socket to take additional Flash-ROM. This FlashROM may be addressed by a paging mechanism. The size of one Flash page can be
set at this point as follows:
Table 4-6: Setting Flash Page Size
Page Size
Address Space used by
Socket Flash EPROM
8 KB
0xDE000 - 0xDFFFF
32 KB
0xD8000 - 0xDFFFF
64 KB
0xD0000 - 0xDFFFF
Award Preboot Agent
Agent software may be enabled and disabled. The default is Disabled.
Agent Port Address
Select which UART address Agent software should use. Note to have set a UART in the
INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS page to one of the below allowed settings.
Recommended is 03F8h, which means COM1 (03F8h / IRQ 4); “auto” must not be
selected.
The Agent system must have a serial (RS-232C) peripheral subsystem, to support a null
modem (direct) connection.
If the Agent and host connect, but a session is not established, check the Agent
COM port settings which should read as follows:
3F8h - IRQ4
2F8h - IRQ3
3E8h - IRQ4
2E8h - IRQ3
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Agent Host Drive A
When the administrative host is using the Preboot Manager application, the Agent can
boot and run applications from host floppy drive A. INT13 calls intended for the Agent
floppy drive A are redirected by the Agent extension to the host floppy drive A. All other
INT13 calls are passed along to the original interrupt handler. The Manager application
can receive the Agent drive A interrupt and interpret the commands. It then calls its own
INT13 handler to read or write the requested sectors to host drive A. Both Manager and
Agent serial version software use Xmodem protocol for all transfers.
The floppy drive redirection feature permits support personnel to remotely administer
two vital tools on the Agent system:
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PC DIAG diagnostics package from Unicore Software (available through Award
Software as part of the Manager application).
AWDFLASH BIOS flash upgrade utility. (in batch mode, this means giving the
parameters at the command line; e.g. awdflash <filename> /Sn/Py, DO NOT USE
INTERACTIVE MODE!!!)
Select Enabled to enable this feature, default is Disabled.
Agent after Boot
In the "standard" Agent product, Agent software continues to function after the operating
system loads. However, some non-DOS operating systems are not compatible with the
Agent BIOS extension, so the Agent should disable when the OS loads. Selecting
Disabled turns off the Agent software just as the BIOS transfers control to the operating
system. Default is Disabled.
Award Baud Rate
Select the speed at which the UART is to operate. Default is 19200. When using the
Preboot Manager on the host, always select 19200 baud.
Null-Modem Cable Pinout
Figure 4-4: Null-Modem Cable
Connection
A null-modem cable is a serial cable
designed to connect two PC’s. Each
end has a 9-pin, female RS-232C
connector. If you are creating your
own 9-pin cable, connect the two
ends through the cable as shown
here.
Further Information
For further information please refer to the manual for the Award Preboot Agent™ 2.0
which accompanies the manual for the Award Preboot Manager™ 2.0.
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4.6 Chipset Features Setup
This section describes features of the PIIX4 PCIset. If your system contains a different
chipset, this section will bear little resemblance to what you see on your screen..
PEP Advantage
This section describes all the fields presented on this screen
display. Please note that your system board designer may omit or
modify some of the fields described in the following.
Advanced Options
The parameters in this screen are for system designers, service personnel, and
technically competent users only. Do not reset these values unless you understand the
consequences of your changes.
Figure 4-5: Chipset Features Setup — Screen Display.
SDRAM Control by Manual / Auto
Auto Configuration selects predetermined optimal values for chipset parameters. When
Disabled, chipset parameters revert to setup information stored in the CMOS. Many
fields in this screen are not available when Auto Configuration is Enabled.
SDRAM RAS To CAS Delay
Select the RAS to CAS delay time. See Refresh Cycle Time for information about the
Auto Configuration of this value.
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SDRAM RAS Precharge Time
The precharge time is the number of cycles it takes for the RAS to accumulate its
charge before DRAM refresh. If insufficient time is allowed, refresh may be incomplete
and the DRAM may fail to retain data.
SDRAM CAS Latency Time
When synchronous DRAM is installed, you can control the number of CLK’s between
the SDRAM’s sample of a read command and the time when the controller samples
read data from the SDRAM’s. Do not reset this field from the default value specified by
the system designer.
SDRAM Precharge Control
When Enabled, all CPU cycles to SDRAM result in an All Banks Precharge Command
on the SDRAM interface.
DRAM Data Integrity Mode
Select Non-ECC or ECC (error-correcting code), according to the type of installed
DRAM.
System BIOS Cacheable
Selecting Enabled allows caching of the system BIOS ROM at 0xF0000 to 0xFFFFF,
resulting in better system performance. However, if any program writes to this memory
area, a memory access error may result.
Video BIOS Cacheable
Selecting Enabled allows caching of the video BIOS ROM at 0xC0000 to 0xC7FFF,
resulting in better video performance. However, if any program writes to this memory
area, a memory access error may result.
Video RAM Cacheable
Selecting Enabled allows caching of the video memory (RAM) at 0xA0000 to 0xAFFFF,
resulting in better video performance. However, if any program writes to this memory
area, a memory access error may result.
8/16-bit I/O Recovery Time
The I/O recovery mechanism adds bus clock cycles between PCI-originated I/O cycles
to the ISA bus. This delay takes place because the PCI bus is so much faster than the
ISA bus.
These two fields let you add recovery time (in bus clock cycles) for 16-bit and 8-bit I/O.
Memory Hole at 15M-16M
You can reserve this area of system memory for ISA adaptor ROM. When this area is
reserved, it cannot be cached. The user information for peripherals that need to use this
area of system memory usually discusses their memory requirements.
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Passive Release
When Enabled, CPU to PCI bus accesses are allowed during passive release.
Otherwise, the arbiter only accepts another PCI master access to local DRAM.
Delayed Transaction
The chipset has an embedded 32-bit posted write buffer to support delay transactions
cycles. Select Enabled to support compliance with PCI specification version 2.1.
AGP Aperture Size (MB)
Select the size of the Accelerated Graphics Port (AGP) aperture. The aperture is a
portion of the PCI memory address range dedicated for graphics memory address
space. Host cycles that hit the aperture range are forwarded to the AGP without any
translation. See http://www.agpforum.org for AGP information.
CPU Warning Temperature
Select the combination of lower and upper limits for CPU temperature, if your computer
contains an environmental monitoring system. If the CPU temperature extends beyond
either limit, any warning mechanism programmed into your application is activated.
Current CPU Temperature
This field displays the current CPU temperature, if your computer contains an
environmental monitoring system.
Current CPU Fan 1
Monitors the onboard Fan mounted on the CPU heat sink, if available.
Current CPU Fan 2
Monitors the Fan signal routed to the Rear I/O connector.
Voltage Monitor
Displays all onboard voltages for diagnostic purposes.
Shutdown Temperature
Select the combination of lower and upper limits for the system shutdown temperature,
if your computer contains an environmental monitoring system. If the temperature
extends beyond either limit, the system shuts down.
Recommendation for optimizing performance:
With only 64/128 MB onboard SDRAM is installed, use the following settings:
SDRAM RAS-to-CAS Delay: 2
SDRAM RAS Precharge Time: 2
SDRAM CAS latency Time: 2
If additional RAM is installed in the SODIMM socket, automatic SDRAM Control is
recommended.
Field Shutdown Temperature: this does not exist for the CP302
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4.7 Power Management
PEP Advantage
This section describes all fields presented on this screen display.
Please note that your system board designer may omit or modify
some of the fields described in the following.
Figure 4-6: Power Management Setup — Screen Display.
ACPI Function
Select Enabled only if your computer’s operating system supports the Advanced
Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) specification. Currently, Windows 98,
Windows 2000 and Windows NT support ACPI.
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Power Management
This option allows you to select the type (or degree) of power saving for Doze, Standby,
and Suspend modes. See the section PM Timers for a brief description of each mode.
The following table describes each power management mode:
Table 4-7: Power Management Modes
Mode
Description
Max. Saving
Maximum power savings. Only Available for
SL CPU’s. Inactivity period is 1 minute in
each mode.
User Defined
Sets each mode individually. Select time-out
periods in the PM Timers section, which
follows.
Min. Saving
Minimum power savings. Inactivity period is
one hour in each mode (except the hard drive).
PM Control by APM
If Advanced Power Management (APM) is installed in your system, selecting Yes gives
improved power savings.
Video-Off Method
Determines the manner in which the monitor is blanked.
Table 4-8: Video-Off Commands
V/H SYNC+Blank
System switches off vertical and horizontal
synchronization ports and writes blanks to the video
buffer.
DPMS Support
Select this option if your monitor supports the
Display Power Management Signaling (DPMS)
standard of the Video Electronics Standards
Association (VESA). Use the software supplied for
your video subsystem to select video power
management values.
Blank Screen
System writes blanks only to the video buffer.
Video-Off Option
This item determines the power management modes the monitor will enter before
entering the Off-state as defined by the Video Off Method below. The Video Off Option
moves from the low (doze) to the medium (standby) to high (suspend) power saving
modes.
Modem Use IRQ
Name the interrupt request (IRQ) line assigned to the modem (if any) on your system.
Activity by the selected IRQ always awakens the system.
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4.8 PM Timers
The following modes are Green PC power saving functions. They are user-configurable
only during User Defined Power Management mode.
Doze Mode
After the selected period of system inactivity (1 minute to 1 hour), the CPU clock runs at
a slower speed while all other devices still operate at full speed.
Stand-By Mode
After the selected period of system inactivity (1 minute to 1 hour), the fixed disk drive
and the video shut down while all other devices still operate at full speed.
Suspend Mode
After the selected period of system inactivity (1 minute to 1 hour), all devices except the
CPU shut down.
HDD Power Down
After the selected period of drive inactivity (1 to 15 minutes), the HardDisk drive powers
down while all other devices remain active.
Throttle Duty Cycle
When the system enters Doze mode, the CPU clock runs only part of the time. You may
select the percentage of the time that the clock runs.
Soft-Off by PWR-BTTN
When you select Instant Off or Delay 4 Sec., turning the system off with the on/off button
places the system in a very low power usage state, either immediately or after 4
seconds, with only enough circuitry receiving power to detect power button activity or
Resume by Ring activity.
Power-on by Ring
When Enabled, an input signal on the serial Ring Indicator (RI) line (in other words, an
incoming call on the modem) awakens the system from a soft off state.
Resume by Alarm
When Enabled, you can set the date and time at which the RTC (real-time clock) alarm
awakens the system from suspend mode.
Date (of Month) Alarm
Select a date in the month when you want the alarm to go off.
Time (hh:mm:ss) Alarm
Set the time at which you want the alarm to go off.
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IRQ8 Break (Event From) Suspend
You can select Enabled or Disabled for monitoring of IRQ8 (the Real Time Clock) so that
it does not awaken the system from Suspend mode.
Reload Global Timer Events
When Enabled, an event occurring on each of the devices listed below restarts the
global timer for Standby mode:
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•
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•
•
•
4.9
IRQ§-7, 9-15, NM1,
Primary EIDE 0,
Primary EIDE 1,
Secondary EIDE 0,
Secondary EIDE 1,
Floppy Disk,
Serial Port,
Parallel Port, and
IRQ9 (IRQ2 Redir).
PNP/PCI Configuration
PEP Advantage
This section describes all the fields presented by this screen
display. Please note that your system board designer may omit or
modify some of the fields described in the following.
Figure 4-7: PNP/PCI Configuration — Screen Display
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PNP OS Installed
Select “Yes” if the system operating environment is PlugandPlay aware (e.g. Win 95).
Resources Controlled by
The Award PlugandPlay BIOS can automatically configure all the boot and
PlugandPlay-compatible devices. If you select Auto, all the interrupt request (IRQ) and
DMA assignment fields disappear, as the BIOS automatically assigns them.
Reset Configuration Data
Normally this field is left Disabled. Select Enabled to reset Extended System
Configuration Data (ESCD) when you exit Setup if you have installed a new add-on and
the system re-configuration has caused such a serious conflict that the operating
system cannot boot.
IRQ n Assigned to
When resources are controlled manually, assign each system interrupt as one of the
following types, depending on the type of device using the interrupt.
Legacy ISA
Devices compliant with the original PC AT bus specification,
requiring a specific interrupt (such as IRQ4 for serial port 1).
PCI/ISA PnP
Devices compliant with the PlugandPlay standard, whether
designed for PCI or ISA bus architecture.
DMA n Assigned to
When resources are controlled manually, assign each system interrupt as one of the
following types, depending on the type of device using the interrupt.
Legacy ISA
Devices compliant with the original PC AT bus specification,
requiring a specific DMA channel
PCI/ISA PnP
Devices compliant with the PlugandPlay standard, whether
designed for PCI or ISA bus architecture.
PCI EIDE IRQ Map to
This field lets you select PCI EIDE IRQ mapping or PC AT (ISA) interrupts. If your
system does not have one or two PCI EIDE connectors on the system board, select
values according to the type of EIDE interface(s) installed in your system (PCI or ISA).
Standard ISA interrupts for EIDE channels are IRQ14 for primary and IRQ15 for
secondary.
Primary/Secondary EIDE INT#
Each PCI peripheral connection is capable of activating up to four interrupts: INT# A,
INT# B, INT# C and INT# D. By default, a PCI connection is assigned INT# A. Assigning
INT# B has no meaning unless the peripheral device requires two interrupt services
rather than just one. Because the PCI EIDE interface in the chipset has two channels, it
requires two interrupt services. The primary and secondary EIDE INT# fields default to
values appropriate for two PCI EIDE channels, with the primary PCI EIDE channel
having a lower interrupt than the secondary.
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Reset PCI-to-PCI Bridges
The BIOS may reset the PCI-to-PCI Bridges in the system using a software reset
mechanism. Especially in conjunction with Hotswap compatible boards, it should be
disabled. Default is disabled.
PCI Class Code FFh:
Some PCI boards generate a class code 0FFh. Although this code does not conform
with the PCI standard, boards of this kind are distributed by some vendors.
By setting this field to configure, these non-standard boards will be ignored
By setting this field to ignore, these non-standard boards will also be configured by the
BIOS and made operable.
4.10 Integrated Peripherals
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Important!
This section describes all the fields presented by Award Software
in this screen display. Please note that your system board
designer may omit or modify some fields.
Figure 4-8: Integrated Peripherals — Screen Display
PCI EIDE 2nd Channel
Used to enable the 2nd PCI EIDE interface
EIDE HDD Block Mode
Select Enabled only if your hard drives support block mode.
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EIDE 32-bit Transfer Mode
Enables or disables 32-bit Data transfers.
On-Chip PCI EIDE (Primary/Secondary)
The Intel 82C440BX chipset contains a PCI EIDE interface with support for two EIDE
channels. Select Enabled to activate the primary and/or secondary EIDE interface.
Select Disabled to deactivate this interface if you instal a primary and/or secondary addin EIDE interface.
EIDE PIO Modes (Primary/Secondary Master/Slave)
The four EIDE PIO (Programmed Input/Output) fields let you set a PIO mode (0-4) for
each of up to four EIDE devices that the internal PCI EIDE interface supports. Modes 0
through 4 provide successively increased performance. In Auto mode, the system
automatically determines the best mode for each device.
EIDE Primary/Secondary Master/Slave UDMA
UDMA (Ultra DMA) is a DMA data transfer protocol that utilizes ATA commands and the
ATA bus to allow DMA commands to transfer data at a maximum burst rate of 33 MB/s.
When you select Auto in the four EIDE UDMA fields (for each of up to four EIDE devices
that the internal PCI EIDE interface supports), the system automatically determines the
optimal data transfer rate for each EIDE device.
USB Keyboard Support
Select Enabled if your system contains a Universal Serial Bus (USB) controller and you
have a USB keyboard.
Init Display First
Initialize the AGP video display before initializing any other display device on the
system. Thus the AGP display becomes the primary display.
Onboard FDC Controller
Select Enabled if your system has a floppy disk controller (FDC) installed on the system
board and you wish to use it. If you install an add-on FDC or the system has no floppy
drive, select Disabled in this field.
Onboard Serial Ports: 1, 2
Select a logical COM port address and corresponding interrupt for the first and second
serial ports.
Onboard Parallel Port
Select a logical LPT port address and corresponding interrupt for the physical parallel
port.
Parallel Port Mode
Select an operating mode for the onboard parallel port. Select Normal unless you are
certain that both your hardware and software support one of the other available modes.
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ECP Mode Use DMA
Select a DMA channel for the parallel port for use during ECP mode.
Watchdog Timer
Select the watchdog routing.
WDT Active for Booting
Select Enable if the watchdog timer requires to be started before the operating system is
booted from the BIOS.
WDT Active Time
Select the time after which the action selected occurs, if the watchdog timer is not
retriggered.
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4.11 Special Setup Features
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Important!
This section describes all the fields presented by Award Software
in this screen display. Your system board designer may omit or
modify some fields.
Figure 4-9: Special Features Setup — Screen Display
System Slot
This is a display only field. Yes indicates that this CPU is the system controller
configuring the backplane and handling all interrupts relating to the backplane. No
indicates that this CPU is a slave CPU.
Board Version
This is a display only field, which reflects the value of an onboard register. This must
always correspond with the CPU on which the BIOS is installed.
Board Index
This is a display only field, which reflects the value of an onboard register. It shows the
index of the hardware.
Logic Index
This is a display only field, which reflects the value of an onboard register. It shows the
index of the onboard logic. When the Board Index is 00 this item is not displayed.
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4.12 Password Setting
When you select this function, the following message appears at the center of the
screen:
Enter password:
Type the password, up to eight characters in length, and press “↵”. Typing a password
clears any previously entered password from the CMOS memory.
After having pressed “↵” the message changes to:
Confirm password:
Type the password again and press “↵”. To abort the process at any time, press “Esc”.
In the “Security Option” item in the “BIOS Features Setup” screen, select System or
Setup:
Table 4-9: Security Options
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Enter a password each time the system boots and whenever you
enter Setup.
Enter a password whenever you enter Setup.
Important!
To clear the password, simply press “↵” when asked to enter a
password. Then the password function is disabled.
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4.13 POST Messages
During the Power-on Self Test (POST), the BIOS displays a message whenever it
detects a correctable error. Any error message is followed by this prompt:
Press “F1” to continue, “Ctrl-Alt-Esc” or “Del” to enter setup.
Following is a list of POST error messages for both the ISA and the EISA BIOS.
CMOS Battery Has Failed
The CMOS battery is no longer functional. It should be replaced.
CMOS Checksum Error
Checksum of CMOS is incorrect. This can indicate that the CMOS has become
corrupted. This error may have been caused by a weak battery. Check the battery and
replace it, if necessary.
Disk Boot Failure, Insert System Disk and Press Enter
No boot device was found. This could mean that either a boot drive was not detected or
that the drive does not contain proper system boot files. Insert a system disk into
Drive A: and press <Enter>. If you assumed the system would boot from the hard drive,
make sure the controller is inserted correctly and all cables are properly attached. Also
be sure the disk is formatted as a boot device. Then reboot the system.
Diskette Drives or Types Mismatch Error - Run Setup
Type of floppy-disk drive installed in the system is different from the CMOS definition.
Run “Setup” to reconfigure the drive type correctly.
Display Switch is Set Incorrectly
Display switch on the motherboard can be set to either monochrome or color. This error
message indicates that the switch has a setting other than that indicated in Setup.
Determine which setting is correct, and then either turn off the system and change the
jumper, or enter Setup and change the VIDEO selection.
Display Type Has Changed Since Last Boot
Since the last powering-down of the system, the display adapter has been changed. You
must configure the system for the new display type.
EISA Configuration Checksum Error - Please Run EISA Configuration Utility
The EISA non-volatile RAM checksum is incorrect or cannot correctly read the EISA
slot. This can indicate either the EISA non-volatile memory has become corrupted or the
slot has been configured incorrectly. Ensure also that the card is installed firmly in the
slot.
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EISA Configuration Is Not Complete - Please Run EISA Configuration Utility
The slot configuration information stored in the EISA non-volatile memory is incomplete.
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When either of the above EISA error messages appears, the
system boots in ISA mode so that you can run the EISA
Configuration Utility.
Error Encountered Initializing Hard-Drive
Hard drive cannot be initialized. Make sure that the adapter is installed correctly and that
all cables are correctly and firmly attached. Ensure also that the correct hard drive type
is selected in “Setup”.
Error Initializing Hard-Disk Controller
Cannot initialize controller. Make sure that the cord is correctly and firmly installed in the
bus. Ensure also that the correct hard drive type is selected in Setup. Also check to see
if any jumper needs to be set correctly on the hard drive.
Floppy-Disk Controller Error or No Controller Present
Cannot find or initialize the floppy drive controller. Make sure that the controller is
installed correctly and firmly. If there are no floppy drives installed, ensure that the
floppy-disk drive selection in “Setup” is set to NONE.
Invalid EISA Configuration - Please Run EISA Configuration Utility
The non-volatile memory containing EISA configuration information was programmed
incorrectly or has become corrupted. Re-run EISA configuration utility to correctly
program the memory.
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When this error appears, the system boots in ISA mode so that
you can run the EISA configuration utility.
Keyboard Error or No Keyboard Present
Cannot initialize the keyboard. Make sure that the keyboard is attached correctly and
that no keys are being pressed during the boot process.
If you are deliberately configuring the system without a keyboard, set the “Error Halt”
condition in “Setup” to HALT ON ALL, BUT KEYBOARD. This causes the BIOS to
ignore the missing keyboard and continue the boot process.
Memory Address Error at ...
Indicates a memory address error at a specific location. You can use this location along
with the memory map for your system to find and replace the bad memory chips.
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Memory Parity Error at ...
Indicates a memory parity error at a specific location. You can use this location along
with the memory map for your system to find and replace the bad memory chips.
Memory Size Has Changed Since Last Boot
Memory has been added or removed since the last boot. In EISA mode use the
configuration utility to reconfigure the memory configuration. In ISA mode enter “Setup”
and enter the new memory size into the memory fields.
Memory Verify Error at ...
Indicates an error verifying a value already written to memory. Use the location along
with your system's memory map to locate the bad chip.
Offending Address not Found
This message is used in conjunction with the “I/O Channel Check” and “RAM Parity
Error” messages whenever the segment that has caused the problem cannot be
isolated.
Offending Segment
This message is used in conjunction with the “I/O Channel Check” and “RAM Parity
Error” messages whenever the segment that has caused the problem has been
isolated.
Press a Key to Reboot
This message appears at the bottom of the screen when an error occurs that requires
you to reboot. Press any key to reboot the system.
Press “F1” to Disable NMI, “F2” to Reboot
When the BIOS detects a non-maskable interrupt condition during boot, you can disable
the NMI and continue to boot, or you can reboot the system with the NMI enabled.
RAM Parity Error - Checking for Segment ...
Indicates a parity error in the random access memory.
Should Be Empty But EISA Board Found - Please Run EISA Configuration Utility
A valid board ID was found in a slot that was configured as having no board ID.
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Should Have EISA Board but not Found - Please Run EISA Configuration Utility
The board installed is not responding to the ID request, or no board ID has been found
in the indicated slot.
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you can run the EISA configuration utility.
Slot not Empty
Indicates that a slot designated as empty by the EISA Configuration Utility actually
contains a board.
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you can run the EISA configuration utility.
System Halted, <CTRL-ALT-DEL> to Reboot ...
Indicates that the present boot attempt has been aborted and that the system must be
rebooted. Press and hold down the “CTRL” and “ALT” keys and press “DEL”.
Wrong Board in Slot - Please Run EISA Configuration Utility
The board ID does not match the ID stored in the EISA non-volatile memory.
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Note:
When this error appears, the system boots in ISA mode so that
you can run the EISA configuration utility.
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4.14 POST Codes
ISA and PCI POST codes are routed to port address 80H.
Table 4-10: Early POST Codes before System BIOS is Shadowed
POST Code
Action
Reset
RTC & KBC initialization
0CFh
Early CPU Detection
0C0h
Early Chipset initialization
0C1h
Memory presence test: detects memory modules and programs
chipset accordingly
0C6h
L2 Cache sizing test
0C3h
Decompresses Bios
0C5h
Shadows Main Bios and jumps to POST
Table 4-11: Normal POST Codes after System BIOS is Shadowed
POST Code
Action
03h
Set 40h, 72h to 1234h if it was a warm boot
04h
Reserved
05h
SuperIO early programming
Clear Screen
Initializes KBC
06h
Tests whether F000-Segment read/writeable
Detects flash type
07h
Tests CMOS access
If supported: Test if overide key (Insert) pressed during reset
08h
0BEh
-Programs chipset defaults
09h
Reads CPU ID
Cache initialization if necessary
If supported: Restores CMOS from flash backup if required
0Ah
Initializes interrupt vectors
Copies CMOS to stack
If supported: Checks for dual processor
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Table 4-11: Normal POST Codes after System BIOS is Shadowed
POST Code
Action
0Bh
Detects Coprocessor
Initializes Power Management chipset
Updates CPU microcode if P6 CPU
Reads existing ESCD
Scans PCI devices and busses, assigns I/O and Memory to PCI devices
Initializes Clock generator
Initializes Hardware monitoring / temperature sensor
0Ch
Initializes keyboard buffer in BDA
0Dh
0BFh
0Dh
-Program chipset
Measures CPU core speed
Initializes VGA video
If VGA video not found: Checks for CGA
If none found: Beepcode -..
0Eh
If CGA video found: Checks video memory
If supported: Tries to init Award preboot agent
If supported: Shows graphic logo, otherwise shows EPA logo
If not full screen graphic logo, shows copyright message and CPU type and
speed
If ISA VGA video: Switches on ISA video ROM shadowing
0Fh
Tests DMA Channel 0
10h
Tests DMA Channel 1
11h
Tests DMA Page Registers
12h
--
13h
--
14h
Tests and init timer (8254)
15h
If not warm boot: tests MasterPIC mask register bits
16h
If not warm boot: tests SlavePIC mask register bits
17h
--
18h
Tests PIC’s by use of timer. Restores timer
19h
--
1Ah
--
1Bh
--
1Ch
--
1Dh
--
1Eh
--
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Table 4-11: Normal POST Codes after System BIOS is Shadowed
POST Code
Action
30h
Measures total memory size
31h
Initialize USB
Tests all memory above 1MB, shows memory size
32h
Scans for ISA PnP devices, isolates and assigns CSN to ISA PnP devices
Disables SuperIO COM/LPT ports
Detects and records COM/LPT ports
Programs Super IO according to setup and detects any other COM/LPT ports
present in the system
Programs Audio system
Initializes chipset EIDE channels
33h
--
34h
--
35h
--
36h
--
37h
--
38h
--
39h
--
3Ah
--
3Bh
--
3Ch
Enables going to setup
3Dh
Installs PS/2 mouse if present
If ACPI supported: checks for compressed ACPI table
3Eh
Attempts to enable L2 Cache
3Fh
--
40h
--
41h
0BFh
-Programs chipset
Chipset auto configuration if required
SuperIO COM/LPT auto configuration if required
Records system device nodes
Assigns resources to ISA PnP devices
Installs Floppy disk
42h
Installs EIDE HardDisk and ATAPI drives
43h
Checks and initializes COM/LPT ports
44h
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Table 4-11: Normal POST Codes after System BIOS is Shadowed
POST Code
Action
45h
Initializes coprocessor
46h
--
47h
Saves boot_sector_buffer
48h
--
49h
--
4Ah
--
4Bh
--
4Ch
--
4Dh
--
4Eh
Checks for USB keyboard
Displays previously detected POST errors. If any, checks for "Halt on" condition
setting and if necessary, waits for keys "F1" or "Del".
4Fh
Checks for password entry if necessary
50h
Saves CMOS values in stack back to CMOS
51h
Switches all ISA PnP devices into "Wait For Key" state
52h
USB final initialization
Decompresses embedded PCI Option ROM’s
Assigns IRQ’s to PCI devices
Programs onboard SCSI if present and activated
If ACPI supported: Decompresses and installs ACPI table
Checks for and runs non-video option ROM’s
Switches on ISA option ROM shadowing
Fetches and runs embedded SCSI Option ROM’s
Fetches and runs embedded ISA Option ROM’s
Disables unused shadow areas
Releases lower 32KB of E000 Segment
53h
--
54h
--
55h
--
56h
--
57h
--
58h
--
59h
--
5Ah
--
5Bh
--
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Table 4-11: Normal POST Codes after System BIOS is Shadowed
POST Code
Action
5Ch
--
5Dh
--
5Eh
--
5Fh
--
60h
Prepares EIDE/ATAPI/SCSI for boot
61h
Sets speed turbo/deturbo
Final chipset initialization
Final power management initialization
Clears screen
Shows system info
62h
Programs keyboard numlock/typerate
63h
Builds ESCD and saves ESCD in flash
Checks for correct century in CMOS
Setup timer tick in BDA
Clears any pending keys in BDA
Flushes cache
Releases upper 32KB of E000 Segment if Award Preboot Agent not present and
active
0FFh
Boot
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Appendix
I/O Module
A.1
Overview ................................................................................................... A - 3
A.2
Technical Specifications ..............................................................................A - 3
A.3
Module Layouts ...........................................................................................A - 4
A.3.1
Standard I/O Module Layout .................................................................A - 4
A.3.2
HardDisk I/O Module Layout.................................................................A - 5
A.4
Module Interfaces (Front Panel and On-board) ...........................................A - 6
A.4.1
Serial Port Interfaces ............................................................................A - 6
A.4.1.1
A.4.2
Serial Port Connectors CON2 and CON6 Pinouts .........................A - 6
Parallel Port Interface ...........................................................................A - 7
A.4.2.1
Parallel Port Connector CON4 Pinout............................................A - 8
A.4.3
Onboard EIDE Connector CON5 Pinout ..............................................A - 9
A.4.4
EIDE Connector CON9 Pinout............................................................A - 11
A.4.5
Floppy Drive Interface.........................................................................A - 13
A.4.5.1
Floppy Drive Connector CON3 Pinout .........................................A - 13
A.4.6
I/O Interface Connectors (CON8 and CON10) ...................................A - 14
A.4.7
Speaker Connector J2 ........................................................................A - 14
A.5
Jumper Description .................................................................................. A - 14
A.5.1
Serial Port Setting ...............................................................................A - 14
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A. I/O Module
A.1 Overview
The PEP CP302 I/O module has been designed to provide the CP302 user with an
effective gateway to the world of additional standard PC interfaces, including two COM
ports, a parallel port and floppy and HardDisk interfaces. This additional capability
opens up the broadest range of expansion possibilities.
A.2 Technical Specifications
Table A-1: Technical Specifications
CP302 I/O Module
Specifications
EIDE interface
One EIDE interface supporting Ultra/DMA for 2 HardDisks or
CD-ROM on 40-pin 2.54mm connector
Floppy
One floppy disk interface (up to 2.88 MB) on 34-pin 2.54mm
connector
Parallel port
IEEE 1284; SPP/EPP/ECP parallel mode
26-pin MDR connector
Serial port
COM1/2 RS-232/RS422/RS485 two 9-pin DSUB connector
Power Supply
3.3V and 5V
Temperature Range
Operating temperature:
0°C to +60ºC
-25ºC to +75ºC (optional) E1
-40ºC to +85ºC (optional) E2
Storage temperature:
-55ºC to +85ºC
Board Weight
Without HardDisk
120 grams
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A.3 Module Layouts
The transition modules each include additional standard PC interfaces, two configurable
COM ports and one ECP/EPP compatible Parallel Port.
A.3.1 Standard I/O Module Layout
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NSR
34
CON3
1
Floppy Interface
J2
40
39
2
Parallel Port
CON4
2
EIDE Interface
J1
CON9
Serial Port
COM1
(CON2)
Speaker
Figure A-1: I/O Module Layout, Standard Version (Front Side)
1
Serial Port
COM2
(CON6)
Figure A-2: I/O Module Layout, Standard Version (Reverse Side)
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2
1
40
CON8
CON9
EIDE Interface
J9 J8 J7 J6 J5
1
2
J4
2
1
3
J14 J13 J12 J11 J10
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A.3.2 HardDisk I/O Module Layout
Serial Port
COM1
(CON2)
J1
33
NSR
34
Serial Port
COM2
(CON6)
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Parallel Port
CON4
44
CON5
43
1
2
CON3
Floppy Interface
1
J2
Speaker
Figure A-3: I/O Module Layout, HardDisk Version (Front Side)
CON9
40
39
2
HARD
DISK
2
1
Note:
The reverse side of the HardDisk version is identical to the
reverse side of the standard version illustrated above.
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A.4 Module Interfaces (Front Panel and On-board)
The front panel of the I/O module is integral with the CP302 baseboard front panel please see Figure 2-2 in Chapter 2.
The I/O module includes additional standard PC interfaces, two configurable COM
ports, one ECP/EPP compatible Parallel Port I/O Module Connection Interface and an
onboard HardDisk and floppy interface.
A.4.1 Serial Port Interfaces
Figure A-4: PC-compatible D-Sub Serial Interface
6
1
9
5
Two PC-compatible serial 9-pin DSUB ports are available with 5V
charge-pump technology eliminating the need for a +12V and -12V
supply. The two COM ports, which are fully compatible with the
16550 controller, include a complete set of handshaking and
modem control signals, maskable interrupt generation and data
transfer of up to 460.8 kB/s.
The two COM interfaces may be configured as RS232 and RS422
ports by setting the appropriate solder jumpers. The standard
setting of the two COM ports envisages the RS232 configuration.
A.4.1.1 Serial Port Connectors CON2 and CON6 Pinouts
The serial port male connectors CON2 and CON6 allow the connection of RS232,
RS422 and RS485 devices to the CP302 board.
Table A-2: Serial Port Connectors CON2 and CON6 Pinouts (RS232 Mode)
DSUB 9
Signal
Function
In/Out
1
DCD
Data carrier detect
In
2
RXD
Receive data
In
3
TXD
Transmit data
Out
4
DTR
Data terminal ready
Out
5
GND
Signal ground
--
6
DSR
Data send request
In
7
RTS
Request to send
Out
8
CTS
Clear to send
In
9
RI
Ring indicator
In
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Table A-3: Serial Port Connectors CON2 and CON6 Pinouts (RS422 Mode)
DSUB 9
Signal
Function
In/Out
1
+RXD
Receive data
In
3
+TXD
Transmit data
Out
6
-RXD
Inverted receive data
In
8
-TXD
Inverted transmit data
Out
5
GND
Signal ground
--
2, 4, 7
Free
--
--
A.4.2 Parallel Port Interface
Figure A-5: PC-compatible Parallel Interface
The CP302 IO module is provided with an IEEE1284, ECP/EPPcompatible parallel port/printer interface. The parallel port is a
26-pin MDR (miniature delta ribbon) connector mounted on the
front panel. To use a standard parallel port device a special
adapter is necessary.
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A.4.2.1 Parallel Port Connector CON4 Pinout
The CP302 I/O transition module is provided with a PC-compatible 26-pin MDR
connector CON4.
Direction
Description
Signal
MDR Pin
Direction
Description
Signal
MDR Pin
Table A-4: 26-Pin MDR Connector CON4 Pinout
1
-AFD
Auto feed
Out
14
-STB
Strobe data
Out
2
-ERR
Printer error
In
15
PD0
LSB of printer
data
Out
3
-INIT
Initialize
printer
Out
16
PD1
Printer data 1
Out
4
-SLIN
Select printer
Out
17
PD2
Printer data 2
Out
5
GND
Signal ground
N/A
18
PD3
Printer data 3
Out
6
GND
Signal ground
N/A
19
PD4
Printer data 4
Out
7
GND
Signal ground
N/A
20
PD5
Printer data 5
Out
8
GND
Signal ground
N/A
21
PD6
Printer data 6
Out
9
GND
Signal ground
N/A
22
PD7
Printer data 7
Out
10
GND
Signal ground
N/A
23
-ACK
Character
accepted
In
11
GND
Signal ground
N/A
24
BSY
Busy
In
12
GND
Signal ground
N/A
25
PE
Paper end
In
13
--
--
N/C
26
SLCT
Ready to
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A.4.3 Onboard EIDE Connector CON5 Pinout
A 2.5” HardDisk may be connected directly to the CP302 I/O module. The HDD is
connected to a 44-pin connector.
Table A-5: Pinout of the AT 44-pin EIDE Connector CON5
Pin
Signal
Function
In/Out
1
IDERESET
Reset HD
Out
2
GND
Ground signal
--
3
HD7
HD data 7
In/Out
4
HD8
HD data 8
In/Out
5
HD6
HD data 6
In/Out
6
HD9
HD data 9
In/Out
7
HD5
HD data 5
In/Out
8
HD10
HD data 10
In/Out
9
HD4
HD data 4
In/Out
10
HD11
HD data 11
In/Out
11
HD3
HD data 3
In/Out
12
HD12
HD data 12
In/Out
13
HD2
HD data 2
In/Out
14
HD13
HD data 13
In/Out
15
HD1
HD data 1
In/Out
16
HD14
HD data 14
In/Out
17
HD0
HD data 0
In/Out
18
HD15
HD data 15
In/Out
19
GND
Ground signal
--
20
N/C
--
--
21
IDEDRQ
DMA request
In
22
GND
Ground signal
--
23
IOW
I/O write
Out
24
GND
Ground signal
--
25
IOR
I/O read
Out
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Table A-5: Pinout of the AT 44-pin EIDE Connector CON5
Pin
Signal
Function
In/Out
26
GND
Ground signal
--
27
IOCHRDY
I/O channel ready
In
28
GND
Ground signal
--
29
IDEDACKA
DMA Ack
Out
30
GND
Ground signal
--
31
IDEIRQ
Interrupt request
In
32
N/C
--
--
33
A1
Address 1
Out
34
N/C
--
--
35
A0
Address 0
Out
36
A2
Address 2
Out
37
HCS0
HD select 0
Out
38
HCS1
HD select 1
Out
39
LED
LED driving
In
40
GND
Ground signal
--
41
VCC
5V power
--
42
VCC
5V power
--
43
GND
Ground signal
--
44
N/C
--
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I/O Module
A.4.4 EIDE Connector CON9 Pinout
The CP302 I/O board has one EIDE interface on a standard 40-pin 2.54mm pin row
connector. By means of this EIDE interface up to two HardDisk drives (one master/slave
pair) may be attatched to the I/O board. The following table describes the pinout of
connector CON9, with the corresponding signal names.
The maximum length of cable that may be used is 35 cm.
Table A-6: Pinout of the AT Standard EIDE Connector CON9
Pin
Signal
Function
In/Out
1
IDERESET
Reset HD
Out
2
GND
Ground signal
--
3
HD7
HD data 7
In/Out
4
HD8
HD data 8
In/Out
5
HD6
HD data 6
In/Out
6
HD9
HD data 9
In/Out
7
HD5
HD data 5
In/Out
8
HD10
HD data 10
In/Out
9
HD4
HD data 4
In/Out
10
HD11
HD data 11
In/Out
11
HD3
HD data 3
In/Out
12
HD12
HD data 12
In/Out
13
HD2
HD data 2
In/Out
14
HD13
HD data 13
In/Out
15
HD1
HD data 1
In/Out
16
HD14
HD data 14
In/Out
17
HD0
HD data 0
In/Out
18
HD15
HD data 15
In/Out
19
GND
Ground signal
--
20
N/C
--
--
21
IDEDRQ
DMA request
In
22
GND
Ground signal
--
23
IOW
I/O write
Out
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Table A-6: Pinout of the AT Standard EIDE Connector CON9
Pin
Signal
Function
In/Out
24
GND
Ground signal
--
25
IOR
I/O read
Out
26
GND
Ground signal
--
27
IOCHRDY
I/O channel ready
In
28
GND
Ground signal
--
29
IDEDACKA
DMA Ack
Out
30
GND
Ground signal
--
31
IDEIRQ
Interrupt request
In
32
N/C
--
--
33
A1
Address 1
Out
34
N/C
--
--
35
A0
Address 0
Out
36
A2
Address 2
Out
37
HCS0
HD select 0
Out
38
HCS1
HD select 1
Out
39
LED
LED driving
In
40
GND
Ground signal
--
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I/O Module
A.4.5 Floppy Drive Interface
The floppy drive interface of the CP302 I/O module is realized as a 34-pin, 2.54-mm
pitch pin row connector.
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Important!
If the floppy drive connection cable is inverted (pin “1” in place of
pin “34”) at “power on”, the floppy drive will work uninterruptedly,
with consequent risk of damaging the floppy disk inserted.
A.4.5.1 Floppy Drive Connector CON3 Pinout
Please note that all odd numbered pins are used as GND (ground signal)
Table A-7: Floppy Drive Connector CON3 Pinout
Pin
Signal
Function
In/out
2
RWC
Write precompensation
Out
4
N/C
--
--
6
N/C
--
--
8
INDEX
Index pulse
In
10
MOTEN1
Motor 1 enable
Out
12
DRVSEL2
Driver select 2
Out
14
DRVSEL1
Driver select 1
Out
16
MOTEN2
Motor 2 enable
Out
18
DIRECTION
Step direction
Out
20
STEP
Step pulse
Out
22
WRDATA
Write data
Out
24
WREN
Write enable
Out
26
TRACK0
Track 0 signal
In
28
WRPROT
Write protect
In
30
RDDATA
Read data
In
32
HEADSEL
Head select
Out
34
DSKCHG
Disk change
In
ODD NR..
GND
Ground signal
--
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I/O Module
A.4.6 I/O Interface Connectors (CON8 and CON10)
The I/O interface connectors (CON8 and CON10) provide all the necessary signals for
the CP302 I/O module.
A.4.7 Speaker Connector J2
This 2-pin connector enables connection to an external speaker.
A.5 Jumper Description
A.5.1 Serial Port Setting
The two serial ports COM1 and COM2 can be set to either RS232 or RS422 mode by
setting solder jumpers. The standard configuration is RS232.
Table A-8: Jumper Setting to Configure COM1
Jumper
RS232 (default)
RS422
Disabled
J5
Open
Closed
Open
J6
Open
Closed
Open
J7
Open
Closed
Closed
J8
Open
Enables termination
for the RXD channel
with 100 Ohm
Open
J9
Open
Enables termination
for the TXD channel
with 100 Ohm
Open
Table A-9: Jumper Setting to Configure COM2
Jumper
RS232 (default)
RS422
Disabled
J14
Open
Closed
Open
J12
Open
Closed
Open
J13
Open
Closed
Closed
J10
Open
Enables termination
for the RXD channel
with 100 Ohm
Open
J11
Open
Enables termination
for the TXD channel
with 100 Ohm
Open
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Note:
Jumpers other than those described here are not system relevant. They are reserved for the configuration of possible future
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PMC and CompactPCI Expansion Module
B
Appendix
PMC and CompactPCI Expansion Module
B.1
Overview ................................................................................................... B - 3
B.2
Technical Specifications ........................................................................... B - 3
B.3
Module Layout .......................................................................................... B - 4
B.4
Module Interfaces ..................................................................................... B - 6
B.4.1
PCI Extension Connector CON8.......................................................... B - 6
B.4.2
PMC Interface .......................................................................................B - 6
B.4.2.1
PMC Interface Jn1 (CON4) Pinout............................................... B - 7
B.4.2.2
PMC Interface Jn2 (CON5) Pinout............................................... B - 8
B.4.3
CompactPCI Bus Interface ................................................................. B - 9
B.4.3.1
B.5
CompactPCI Bus Connectors CON1 and CON2 Pinouts ............ B - 9
Board Installation .................................................................................... B - 11
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PMC and CompactPCI Expansion Module
B. PMC and CompactPCI Expansion Module
B.1 Overview
The PEP CP302 PMC module has been designed to provide the CP302 user with an
effective gateway to the world of PMC modules and to the expanded capability made
possible by the additional CompactPCI interface.
PMC modules are renowned for their flexibility and versatility of use. They afford the
user wide ranging system-independent solutions by means of easily interchanged or
upgraded mezzanine add-on modules. The PEP CP302 PMC module has been
designed to maximize the advantages provided by PMC modules in a 3U environment.
The CP302 PMC module is available as two variants; one is a 3U non-intelligent,
passive carrier board with one PMC slot and the other features a bridge to an additional
CompactPCI interface.
B.2 Technical Specifications
Table B-1: CP302 PMC Module Specifications
CP302 PMC Module
Specifications
PCI-Standard
32-bit / 33 MHz PCI Bus on the PMC side
compliant with PCI 2.1
PMC Signaling Voltage
PMC side: 3.3V or 5V signaling, depending on
baseboard configuration
PMC connectors
PMC Jn1 and Jn2 connectors
Mechanical Compliance
IEEE 1101.10
CMC IEEE P1386/Draft 2.0 (with minor
exceptions)
CompactPCI Bus Interface (optional)
Compatible with CompactPCI Specification V
2.0, Rev. 3.0
32-bit/33 MHz master interface 3.3V/5.0V
compatible
Temperature Range
Operating temperatures:
Standard: 0°C to +60°C
-25°C to +75°C (optional) E1
-40°C to +85°C (optional) E2
Storage: -55°C to +85°C
Board Dimensions
Single-height Eurocard:
100 mm x 160 mm
1 x 4 HP slot
Board Weight
110 grams
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B.3 Module Layouts
Figure B-1: PMC Module Layout, Version without CPCI Connectors (Front View)
58
CON3
57
2
PMC Interface
1
1
2
1
2
CON4 (Jn1)
63
64 63
64
CON5 (Jn2)
46
45
CON6
2
1
Figure B-2: PMC Module Layout, Version without CPCI Connectors (Rear View)
1
2
CON7
1
58
57
CON8: PCI Expansion
Connector
79
80
2
1
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Figure B-3: PMC Module Layout, Version with CPCI Connectors (Front View)
CON3
58
57
2
PMC Interface
1
1
2
1
2
CON4 (Jn1)
CON2
63
64 63
64
CON5 (Jn2)
CON1
46
CON6
45
2
1
Figure B-4: PMC Module Layout, Version with CPCI Connectors (Rear View)
1
2
CON7
58
1
CON2
57
CON8: PCI Expansion
Connector
79
80
CON1
2
CON9
1
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PMC and CompactPCI Expansion Module
B.4 Module Interfaces
B.4.1 PCI Extension Connector CON8
The PCI extension connector CON8 provides all the necessary signals for data transfer
as defined by PCI Specification Rev. 2.1.
B.4.2 PMC Interface
The PMC interface provides an easy way to extend the CP302 via the wide array of
interfaces and functions which are available on PMC modules produced by the entire
range of PMC vendors. PMC connectors provide a 32-bit wide PCI data path with a
speed of up to 33 MHz which is routed to the onboard connectors Jn1 and Jn2. These
connectors also provide the power supply for the PMC module. The interface has been
designed to comply with the IEEE 1386.1 specification which defines a PCI electrical
interface for the CMC (Common Mezzanine Card) form factor.
CON4 and CON5 pinouts appear on the following two pages
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B.4.2.1 PMC Interface Jn1 (CON4) Pinout
Table B-2: Jn1, 32-bit PCI Connector Pinout
Pin Number
Signal Name
Signal Name
Pin Number
1
TCK
-12V
2
3
Ground
INTA#
4
5
INTB#
INTC#
6
7
BUSMODE1#
+5V
8
9
INTD#
PCI-RSVD*
10
11
Ground
PCI-RSVD*
12
13
CLK
Ground
14
15
Ground
GNT#
16
17
REQ#
+5V
18
19
V(I/O)
AD[31]
20
21
AD[28]
AD[27]
22
23
AD[25]
Ground
24
25
Ground
C/BE[3]#
26
27
AD[22]
AD[21]
28
29
AD[19]
+5V
30
31
V(I/O)
AD[17]
32
33
FRAME#
Ground
34
35
Ground
IRDY#
36
37
DEVSEL#
+5V
38
39
Ground
LOCK#
40
41
SDONE#
SBO#
42
43
PAR
Ground
44
45
V(I/O)
AD[15]
46
47
AD[12]
AD[11]
48
49
AD[09]
+5V
50
51
Ground
C/BE[0]#
52
53
AD[06]
AD[05]
54
55
AD[04]
Ground
56
57
V(I/O)
AD[03]
58
59
AD[02]
AD[01]
60
61
AD[00]
+5V
62
63
Ground
REQ64#
64
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B.4.2.2 PMC Interface Jn2 (CON5) Pinout
Table B-3: Jn2, 32-bit PCI Connector Pinout
Pin Number
Signal Name
Signal Name
Pin Number
1
+12V
TRST#
2
3
TMS
TDO
4
5
TDI
Ground
6
7
Ground
PCI-RSVD*
8
9
PCI-RSVD*
PCI-RSVD*
10
11
BUSMODE2#
+3.3V
12
13
RST#
BUSMODE3#
14
15
3.3V
BUSMODE4#
16
17
PCI-RSVD*
Ground
18
19
AD[30]
AD[29]
20
21
Ground
AD[26]
22
23
AD[24]
+3.3V
24
25
IDSEL
AD[23]
26
27
+3.3V
AD[20]
28
29
AD[18]
Ground
30
31
AD[16]
C/BE[2]#
32
33
Ground
PMC-RSVD
34
35
TRDY#
+3.3V
36
37
Ground
STOP#
38
39
PERR#
Ground
40
41
+3.3V
SERR#
42
43
C/BE[1]#
Ground
44
45
AD[14]
AD[13]
46
47
Ground
AD[10]
48
49
AD[08]
+3.3V
50
51
AD[07]
PMC-RSVD
52
53
+3.3V
PMC-RSVD
54
55
PMC-RSVD
Ground
56
57
PMC-RSVD
PMC-RSVD
58
59
Ground
PMC-RSVD
60
61
ACK64#
+3.3V
62
63
Ground
PMC-RSVD
64
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B.4.3 CompactPCI Bus Interface
B.4.3.1 CompactPCI Bus Connectors CON1 and CON2 Pinouts
The CP302 PMC module is provided with two 2 mm x 2 mm pitch female CompactPCI
bus connectors, J1 (CON1) and J2 (CON2).
Table B-4: CompactPCI Bus Connector J1 (CON1) Pinout
Pin
Row A
Row B
Row C
Row D
Row E
Row F
25
5V
REQ64*
ENUM*
3.3V
5V
GND
24
AD[1]
5V
V(I/O)
AD[0]
ACK64*
GND
23
3.3V
AD[4]
AD[3]
5V
AD[2]
GND
22
AD[7]
GND
3.3V
AD[6]
AD[5]
GND
21
3.3V
AD[9]
AD[8]
M66EN*
C/BE[0]*
GND
20
AD[12]
GND
V(I/O)
AD[11]
AD[10]
GND
19
3.3V
AD[15]
AD[14]
GND
AD[13]
GND
18
SERR*
GND
3.3V
PAR
C/BE[1]*
GND
17
3.3V
SDONE
SBO*
GND
PERR*
GND
16
DEVSEL
GND
V(I/O)
STOP*
LOCK*
GND
15
3.3V
FRAME*
IRDY*
GND
TRDY*
GND
12-14
Key Area
11
AD[18]
AD[17]
AD[16]
GND
C/BE[2]*
GND
10
AD[21]
GND
3.3V
AD[20]
AD[19]
GND
9
C/BE[3]*
IDSEL
AD[23]
GND
AD[22]
GND
8
AD[26]
GND
V(I/O)
AD[25]
AD[24]
GND
7
AD[30]
AD[29]
AD[28]
GND
AD[27]
GND
6
REQ*
GND
3.3V
CLK
AD[31]
GND
5
BRSVP1A5
BRSVP1B5
RST*
GND
GNT*
GND
4
BRSVP1A4
GND
V(I/O)
INTP
INTS
GND
3
INTA*
INTB*
INTC*
5V
INTD*
GND
2
TCK
5V
TMS
TDO
TDI
GND
1
5V
-12V
TRST*
+12V
5V
GND
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Table B-5: CompactPCI Bus Connector J2 (CON2) Pinout
Pin
Row A
Row B
Row C
Row D
Row E
Row F
22
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
GND
21
N/C
GND
N/C
N/C
N/C
GND
20
N/C
GND
N/C
GND
N/C
GND
19
GND
GND
N/C
N/C
N/C
GND
18
N/C
N/C
N/C
GND
N/C
GND
17
N/C
GND
N/C
REQ6*
GNT6*
GND
16
N/C
N/C
N/C
REQ5*
GNT5*
GND
15
N/C
GND
N/C
N/C
N/C
GND
14
N/C
N/C
N/C
GND
N/C
GND
13
N/C
GND
V(I/O)
N/C
N/C
GND
12
N/C
N/C
N/C
GND
N/C
GND
11
N/C
GND
V(I/O)
N/C
N/C
GND
10
N/C
N/C
N/C
GND
N/C
GND
9
N/C
GND
V(I/O)
N/C
N/C
GND
8
N/C
N/C
N/C
GND
N/C
GND
7
N/C
GND
V(I/O)
N/C
N/C
GND
6
N/C
N/C
N/C
GND
N/C
GND
5
N/C
GND
V(I/O)
N/C
N/C
GND
4
V(I/O)
N/C
N/C
GND
N/C
GND
3
CLK4
GND
GNT3*
REQ4*
GNT4*
GND
2
CLK2
CLK3
N/C
GNT2*
REQ3*
GND
1
CLK1
GND
REQ1*
GNT1*
REQ2*
GND
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B.5 Board Installation
In order to keep the installation process as simple and easy as possible please follow
the recommended order of work:
1.
Instal the PMC module on the CP302PMC
2.
Instal the package, CP302PMC plus PMC module, on the baseboard (in this case
the CP302)
ESD Equipment!
Your carrier board and PMC module contain electrostatically
sensitive devices. Please observe the necessary precautions in
order to avoid damage to your board:
• Discharge your clothing before touching the assembly. Tools
must be discharged before use.
• Do not touch components, connector pins or traces.
• If working at an anti-static workbench with professional
discharging equipment, please do not omit to use it.
Installation of the CP302 PMC Module on the CP302 Baseboard
3.
Place the CP302 PMC module exactly above the CP302
4.
Plug them together
5.
Use 4 screws (2.5 × 6 mm) to secure the module to the CP302
PMC Module Installation
6.
Place the EMC gasket on the bezel of your PMC module
7.
Push the PMC bezel into the window of the front-panel of the CP302 and plug the
connectors together.
8.
Use three screws (M2.5 × 6mm) to secure the module to the board
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Figure B-5: Installation Diagrams
PMC module
CP302 PMC Front Panel
2
1
CompactPCI
connector
PMC bezel
10mm stand-off
3
4 *M2.5 *6mm
screws
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IDE2 Module
C
Appendix
IDE2 Module
C.1
Overview ................................................................................................... C - 3
C.2
Technical Specifications ............................................................................. C - 3
C.3
Module Layouts .......................................................................................... C - 4
C.3.1
Standard IDE2 Module Layout............................................................. C - 4
C.3.2
HardDisk IDE2 Module Layout............................................................. C - 5
C.4
Module Interfaces (Front Panel and On-board) .......................................... C - 6
C.4.1
Serial Port Interfaces ........................................................................... C - 6
C.4.1.1
C.4.2
Parallel Port Interface .......................................................................... C - 8
C.4.2.1
C.4.3
Serial Port Connectors CON2 and CON6 Pinouts ........................ C - 7
Parallel Port Connector CON4 Pinout........................................... C - 8
EIDE Interface...................................................................................... C - 9
C.4.3.1
Onboard EIDE Connector CON5 Pinout ...................................... C - 9
C.4.3.2
EIDE Connectors CON7 and CON9 Pinouts .............................. C - 11
C.4.4
Floppy Drive Interface........................................................................ C - 13
C.4.4.1
Floppy Drive Connector CON3 Pinout ........................................ C - 13
C.4.5
I/O Interface Connectors (CON8 and CON10) .................................. C - 14
C.4.6
Speaker Connector J2 ....................................................................... C - 14
C.5
Jumper Description ................................................................................. C - 14
C.5.1
Serial Port Setting .............................................................................. C - 14
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C. IDE2 Module
C.1 Overview
The PEP CP302/CP302-PM IDE2 module has been designed to provide the user with
an effective gateway to the world of additional standard PC interfaces, including two
COM ports, a parallel port and floppy and HardDisk interfaces. This additional capability
opens up the broadest range of expansion possibilities.
C.2 Technical Specifications
Table C-1: IDE2 Module Technical Specifications
IDE2 Module
Specifications
EIDE interface
One EIDE interface supporting Ultra/DMA for 2 HardDisks or
CD-ROM on 40-pin 2.54mm or 44-pin 2mm onboard connector
Floppy
One floppy disk interface (up to 2.88 MB) on 34-pin 2.54mm
connector
Parallel port
IEEE 1284; SPP/EPP/ECP parallel mode
26-pin MDR connector
Serial port
COM1/2 RS-232/RS422/RS485 two 9-pin DSUB connector
Power Supply
3.3V at 100mW
5.0V at 10mW (without HDD)
Temperature Range
Operating temperature:
0°C to +60ºC
-25ºC to +75ºC (optional) E1
-40ºC to +85ºC (optional) E2
Storage temperature:
-55ºC to +85ºC
Board Weight
Without HardDisk
120 grams
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C.3 Module Layouts
The transition modules each include additional standard PC interfaces, two configurable
COM ports and one ECP/EPP compatible Parallel Port.
C.3.1 Standard IDE2 Module Layout
Figure C-1: IDE2 Module Layout, Standard Version (Front Side)
Serial Port
COM1
(CON2)
J1
NSR
33
34
CON3
1
J2
Speaker
2
Floppy Interface
Parallel Port
CON4
Serial Port
COM2
(CON6)
Figure C-2: IDE2 Module Layout, Standard Version (Reverse Side)
CON8
2
1
J9 J8 J6 J5
I/O Interface
58
57
J17 J15 J7
J18 J16
J12 J11 J10
J14
J13
2
1
CON10
46
45
I/O Interface
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C.3.2 HardDisk IDE2 Module Layout
Figure C-3: IDE2 Module Layout, HardDisk Version (Front Side)
Serial Port
COM1
(CON2)
33
J1
1
34
NSR
J2
Speaker
CON3
Floppy Interface
CON9
40
39
2
1
2
CON5
EIDE Interface
Parallel Port
CON4
Parallel
Connector
43 44
1
HARD
DISK
2
Serial Port
COM2
(CON6)
2
1
40
CON7
EIDE Interface
39
Figure C-4: IDE2 Module Layout, HardDisk Version (Reverse Side)
CON8
39
2
1
40
1
EIDE Interface
CON9
J9 J8 J6 J5
2
I/O Interface
58
57
J17 J15 J7
J18 J16
J12 J11 J10
J14
J13
2
1
CON10
46
45
I/O Interface
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C.4 Module Interfaces (Front Panel and On-board)
The front panel of the IDE2 module is integral with the CP302/CP302-PM baseboard
front panel - please see Figure 2-2 in Chapter 2.
The IDE2 module includes additional standard PC interfaces, two configurable COM
ports, one ECP/EPP compatible Parallel Port I/O Module Connection Interface and an
onboard HardDisk and floppy interface.
C.4.1 Serial Port Interfaces
Figure C-5: PC-Compatible D-sub Serial Interface
6
1
9
5
Two PC-compatible serial 9-pin DSUB ports are available with 5V
charge-pump technology eliminating the need for a +12V and -12V
supply. The two COM ports, which are fully compatible with the
16550 controller, include a complete set of handshaking and
modem control signals, maskable interrupt generation and data
transfer of up to 460.8 kB/s.
The two COM interfaces may be configured as RS232, RS422 or RS485 ports by
setting the appropriate solder jumpers. The standard setting of the two COM ports
envisages the RS232 configuration.
RS-422 configuration:
The RS-422 interface use two differential data lines RX and TX for communication
(Full-Duplex)
RS-485 configuration:
The RS-485 interface use one differential data line. It differs from the RS-422 modes in
that it provides the ability to transmit and receive over the same wire. The RTS signal is
used to control the direction of the RS-485 buffer.
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C.4.1.1 Serial Port Connectors CON2 and CON6 Pinouts
The pinout of the 9-pin D-sub connectors depends on the configuration.
Table C-2: Serial Port Connectors CON2 and CON6 Pinouts
Pin
RS232
(Standard PC)
RS422
RS485
1
DCD
+RXD
NC
2
RXD
NC
NC
3
TXD
+TXD
+TRXD
4
DTR
NC
NC
5
GND
GND
GND
6
DSR
-RXD
NC
7
RTS
NC
NC
8
CTS
-TXD
-TRXD
9
RIN
NC
NC
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C.4.2 Parallel Port Interface
Figure C-6: PC-Compatible Parallel Interface
The IDE2 module is provided with an IEEE1284,
ECP/EPP-compatible parallel port/printer interface. The parallel
port is a 26-pin MDR (miniature delta ribbon) connector mounted
on the front panel. To use a standard parallel port device a
special adapter is necessary.
26
13
14
1
C.4.2.1 Parallel Port Connector CON4 Pinout
The IDE2 module is provided with a PC-compatible 26-pin MDR connector CON4.
Direction
Description
Signal
MDR Pin
Direction
Description
Signal
MDR Pin
Table A-4: 26-Pin MDR Connector Pinout
1
-AFD
Auto feed
Out
14
-STB
Strobe data
Out
2
-ERR
Printer error
In
15
PD0
LSB of printer
data
Out
3
-INIT
Initialize
printer
Out
16
PD1
Printer data 1
Out
4
-SLIN
Select printer
Out
17
PD2
Printer data 2
Out
5
GND
Signal ground
N/A
18
PD3
Printer data 3
Out
6
GND
Signal ground
N/A
19
PD4
Printer data 4
Out
7
GND
Signal ground
N/A
20
PD5
Printer data 5
Out
8
GND
Signal ground
N/A
21
PD6
Printer data 6
Out
9
GND
Signal ground
N/A
22
PD7
Printer data 7
Out
10
GND
Signal ground
N/A
23
-ACK
Character
accepted
In
11
GND
Signal ground
N/A
24
BSY
Busy
In
12
GND
Signal ground
N/A
25
PE
Paper end
In
13
--
--
N/C
26
SLCT
Ready to
receive
In
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C.4.3 EIDE Interface
The EIDE interface on the IDE2 module comprises three connectors, CON5, CON7 and
CON9. The CON9 connector is used to connect the IDE2 module to the baseboard,
while the other two connectors, CON5 and CON7, are used to connect devices to the
IDE2 module.
CON5 is a 44-pin 2mm pinrow connector while CON7 is a standard 40-pin 2.54mm pinrow connector. Up to two devices (which must be master/slave pairs) may be attatched
to the IDE2 board; either both devices on CON5 or on CON7 or one device on each
connector. The maximum length of cable that may be used for CON7 is 25 cm.
C.4.3.1 Onboard EIDE Connector CON5 Pinout
A 2.5” HardDisk or Flash disk may be mounted directly onto the IDE2 module using the
44-pin connector CON5.
Table C-4: Pinout of the AT 44-pin Connector
Pin
Signal
Function
In/Out
1
IDERESET
Reset HD
Out
2
GND
Ground signal
--
3
HD7
HD data 7
In/Out
4
HD8
HD data 8
In/Out
5
HD6
HD data 6
In/Out
6
HD9
HD data 9
In/Out
7
HD5
HD data 5
In/Out
8
HD10
HD data 10
In/Out
9
HD4
HD data 4
In/Out
10
HD11
HD data 11
In/Out
11
HD3
HD data 3
In/Out
12
HD12
HD data 12
In/Out
13
HD2
HD data 2
In/Out
14
HD13
HD data 13
In/Out
15
HD1
HD data 1
In/Out
16
HD14
HD data 14
In/Out
17
HD0
HD data 0
In/Out
18
HD15
HD data 15
In/Out
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Table C-4: Pinout of the AT 44-pin Connector
Pin
Signal
Function
In/Out
19
GND
Ground signal
--
20
N/C
--
--
21
IDEDRQ
DMA request
In
22
GND
Ground signal
--
23
IOW
I/O write
Out
24
GND
Ground signal
--
25
IOR
I/O read
Out
26
GND
Ground signal
--
27
IOCHRDY
I/O channel ready
In
28
GND
Ground signal
--
29
IDEDACKA
DMA Ack
Out
30
GND
Ground signal
--
31
IDEIRQ
Interrupt request
In
32
N/C
--
--
33
A1
Address 1
Out
34
N/C
--
--
35
A0
Address 0
Out
36
A2
Address 2
Out
37
HCS0
HD select 0
Out
38
HCS1
HD select 1
Out
39
LED
LED driving
In
40
GND
Ground signal
--
41
VCC
5V power
--
42
VCC
5V power
--
43
GND
Ground signal
--
44
N/C
--
--
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C.4.3.2 EIDE Connectors CON7 and CON9 Pinouts
A wide range of EIDE devices may be connected to the IDE2 module at CON7 using a
ribbon cable.
The following table describes the pinouts of connectors CON7 and CON9, which are
identical, with the corresponding signal names..
Table C-5: Pinouts of EIDE Connectors CON7 and CON9
Pin
Signal
Function
In/Out
1
IDERESET
Reset HD
Out
2
GND
Ground signal
--
3
HD7
HD data 7
In/Out
4
HD8
HD data 8
In/Out
5
HD6
HD data 6
In/Out
6
HD9
HD data 9
In/Out
7
HD5
HD data 5
In/Out
8
HD10
HD data 10
In/Out
9
HD4
HD data 4
In/Out
10
HD11
HD data 11
In/Out
11
HD3
HD data 3
In/Out
12
HD12
HD data 12
In/Out
13
HD2
HD data 2
In/Out
14
HD13
HD data 13
In/Out
15
HD1
HD data 1
In/Out
16
HD14
HD data 14
In/Out
17
HD0
HD data 0
In/Out
18
HD15
HD data 15
In/Out
19
GND
Ground signal
--
20
N/C
--
--
21
IDEDRQ
DMA request
In
22
GND
Ground signal
--
23
IOW
I/O write
Out
24
GND
Ground signal
--
25
IOR
I/O read
Out
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Table C-5: Pinouts of EIDE Connectors CON7 and CON9
Pin
Signal
Function
In/Out
26
GND
Ground signal
--
27
IOCHRDY
I/O channel ready
In
28
GND
Ground signal
--
29
IDEDACKA
DMA Ack
Out
30
GND
Ground signal
--
31
IDEIRQ
Interrupt request
In
32
N/C
--
--
33
A1
Address 1
Out
34
N/C
--
--
35
A0
Address 0
Out
36
A2
Address 2
Out
37
HCS0
HD select 0
Out
38
HCS1
HD select 1
Out
39
LED
LED driving
In
40
GND
Ground signal
--
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C.4.4 Floppy Drive Interface
The floppy drive interface CON3 of the IDE2 module is realized as a 34-pin, 2.54-mm
pitch pin row connector.
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Important!
If the floppy drive connection cable is inverted (pin “1” in place of
pin “34”) at “power on”, the floppy drive will work uninterruptedly,
with consequent risk of damaging the floppy disk inserted.
C.4.4.1 Floppy Drive Connector CON3 Pinout
Please note that all odd numbered pins are used as GND (ground signal)
Table C-6: Floppy Drive Connector CON3 Pinout
Pin
Signal
Function
In/out
2
RWC
Write precompensation
Out
4
N/C
--
--
6
N/C
--
--
8
INDEX
Index pulse
In
10
MOTEN1
Motor 1 enable
Out
12
DRVSEL2
Driver select 2
Out
14
DRVSEL1
Driver select 1
Out
16
MOTEN2
Motor 2 enable
Out
18
DIRECTION
Step direction
Out
20
STEP
Step pulse
Out
22
WRDATA
Write data
Out
24
WREN
Write enable
Out
26
TRACK0
Track 0 signal
In
28
WRPROT
Write protect
In
30
RDDATA
Read data
In
32
HEADSEL
Head select
Out
34
DSKCHG
Disk change
In
ODD
NUMBERS.
GND
Ground signal
--
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C.4.5 I/O Interface Connectors (CON8 and CON10)
The I/O interface connectors (CON8 and CON10) provide all the necessary signals for
the IDE2 module.
C.4.6 Speaker Connector J2
This 2-pin connector enables connection to an external speaker.
C.5 Jumper Description
C.5.1 Serial Port Setting
The serial interfaces CON3 (COM1) and CON2 (COM2) on the IDE2 module may be
configured for either RS232, RS422 or RS485 by setting solder jumpers.
Table C-7: Jumper Setting to Configure COM1
Jumper
RS232
(default)
RS422
RS485
Disabled
J5
Open
Closed
Open
Open
J6
Open
Closed
Closed
Open
J7
Open
Closed
Closed
Closed
J15
Open
Open
Closed
Open
J17
Open
Closed
Open
Open
The default configuration is RS232
RS422 and RS485 COM1 Termination
When the IDE2 module is using the onboard RS485 interface and is the last on the
RS422 or RS485 bus, then the RS422 or RS485 interface must provide termination
resistance. The purpose of jumpers J8 and J9 are to enable this line termination resistor
(120 R).
Table C-8: Jumper Settings for RS422 RXD Termination (COM1)
Termination
J8
ON
Closed
OFF
Open
Table C-9: Jumper Settings for RS422 TXD and RS485 Termination (COM1)
Termination
J9
ON
Closed
OFF
Open
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Table C-10: Jumper Setting to Configure COM2
Jumper
RS232
(default)
RS422
RS485
Disabled
J14
Open
Closed
Open
Open
J12
Open
Closed
Closed
Open
J13
Open
Closed
Closed
Closed
J16
Open
Open
Closed
Open
J18
Open
Closed
Open
Open
The default configuration is RS232
RS422 and RS485 COM2 Termination
When the IDE2 module is using the onboard RS485 interface and is the last on the
RS422 or RS485 bus, then the RS422 or RS485 interface must provide termination
resistance. The purpose of jumpers J10 and J11 are to enable this line termination
resistor (120 R).
Table C-11: Jumper Settings for RS422 RXD Termination (COM2)
Termination
J10
ON
Closed
OFF
Open
Table C-12: Jumper Settings for RS422 TXD and RS485 Termination (COM2)
Termination
J11
ON
Closed
OFF
Open
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D
Appendix
CP-RIO3-01 Rear I/O Module
D.1
Overview ..................................................................................................... D - 3
D.2
Front Panels ............................................................................................... D - 4
D.3
Module Layout: 4HP and 8HP Versions ..................................................... D - 5
D.4
Module Interfaces ....................................................................................... D - 6
D.4.1
Keyboard/Mouse Interface ................................................................... D - 6
D.4.1.1
D.4.2
USB Interfaces ..................................................................................... D - 7
D.4.2.1
D.4.3
USB Connector CON4 Pinout ....................................................... D - 7
VGA Interface ....................................................................................... D - 8
D.4.3.1
D.4.4
Keyboard Connector CON3 Pinout ............................................... D - 6
VGA Connector CON5 Pinout ....................................................... D - 8
Fast Ethernet Interface ......................................................................... D - 9
D.4.4.1
RJ45 Connector CON2 Pinout ...................................................... D - 9
D.4.5
Ethernet LED Status ............................................................................ D - 9
D.4.6
Serial Port Interfaces ......................................................................... D - 10
D.4.6.1
D.4.7
Fan Control Interface (Optional) ........................................................ D - 11
D.4.7.1
D.4.8
Serial Port Connectors CON8 and CON10 Pinouts .................... D - 10
Fan Control Connector CON9 Pinout .......................................... D - 11
EIDE Interface ................................................................................... D - 11
D.4.8.1
D.4.9
EIDE Connector EIDE2 (CON7) Pinout ..................................... D - 11
Rear I/O interface on CompactPCI Connector CON1 ........................ D - 13
D.4.9.1
CompactPCI Connector CON1 Pinout ........................................ D - 13
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D.5
Jumper Setting ..........................................................................................D - 14
D.5.1
COM Port Configuration .....................................................................D - 14
D.5.1.1
COM1 Configuration ....................................................................D - 14
D.5.1.2
COM2 Configuration ....................................................................D - 14
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D. CP-RIO3-01 Rear I/O Module
D.1 Overview
The CP302 family (CP302, CP302-PM and CP301) provides optional Rear I/O
connectivity for peripherals, a feature which may be particularly useful in specialised
CompactPCI systems. Some standard PC interfaces are implemented and assigned to
the front panel and to the rear connector J2.
When the Rear I/O module is used, the signals of some of the main board/front panel
connectors are routed to the module interface. Thus the Rear I/O module makes it much
easier to remove the CPU in the rack as there is practically no cabling on the CPU
board.
For the system Rear I/O feature a special backplane is necessary. The CPU board with
Rear I/O is compatible with all standard CompactPCI passive backplanes with Rear I/O
support on the system slot.
The CP-RIO3-01 Rear I/O provides the following interfaces, all signals are available via
jumper J2 .
32-bit CompactPCI and Rear I/O
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
32-bit/33 MHz CompactPCI
PS/2 keyboard
PS/2 mouse
Two USB ports
Ethernet port without LED
Two COM ports
VGA CRT interface
Second EIDE port
Fan control input
The following ports may be used either for rear or front I/O, the combination of both rear
and front is not possible.
•
•
•
•
Ethernet port without LED
Two COM ports
VGA CRT interface
Second EIDE port
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D.2 Front Panels
Note that the two green Ethernet LED’s are not active on the CP-RIO3-01.
Figure D-1: CP-RIO3-01 Front Panels, 4HP and 8HP Versions
4 HP
8 HP
CP RIO3-01
CP RIO3-01
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D.3 Module Layout: 4HP and 8HP Versions
Figure D-2: CP-RIO3-01 Module Layout, 4HP Version
CON2
Fast
Ethernet
CON7
1
CON8
2
CON8
COM2
Serial
Port
10
RIBBON
1 FLATCABLE
CONNECTION
2
J1
3
2
1
CON9
CON10
COM1
Serial
Port
10
39
40
RIBBON
FLATCABLE
CONNECTION
1
2
J2
CON10
R36
Figure D-3: CP-RIO3-01 Module Layout, 8HP Version
RIBBON
FLATCABLE
CONNECTION
CON7
1
2
10
CON8
COM2
Serial
Port
CON2
Fast
Ethernet
LED’s
CON3
KBD
9
CON8
1
CON4
USB
J1
3
2
1
10
39
40
J2
CON9
9
CON5
VGA
1
CON10
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D.4 Module Interfaces
D.4.1 Keyboard/Mouse Interface
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6
Figure D-4: Keyboard/Mouse Connector
The PC/AT standard keyboard/mouse connector is a PS/2-type
6-pin shielded mini-DIN connector. The keyboard power supply unit
is protected by a 500 mA fuse. All signal lines are EMI-filtered.
2
1
5
3
A special adapter to connect a mouse device and/or a keyboard to
the PS/2 connector ia available from PEP
D.4.1.1 Keyboard Connector CON3 Pinout
The CP-RIO3-01 (8HP version) has the AT keyboard connector implemented on a 6-pin
Mini-Din connector.
A special adapter to connect a mouse device and/or keyboard to the PS/2 connector is
available from PEP.
Table D-1: Keyboard Connector CON3 Pinout
Pin
Name
Function
In/Out
1
KDATA
Keyboard data
In/Out
2
MDATA
Mouse data
In/Out
3
GND
Ground signal
--
4
VCC
VCC signal
--
5
KCLK
Keyboard clock
Out
6
MCLK
Mouse clock
Out
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Note:
The keyboard power supply is protected with a fuse (500mA) and
all the signal lines are EMI-filtered.
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D.4.2 USB Interfaces
Figure D-5: USB Connector CON4
There are two identical USB interfaces on the CP-RIO3-01 module
(8HP version) each with a maximum transfer rate of 12 Mbit
provided for connecting USB devices. One USB peripheral may be
connected to each port. To connect more than two USB devices an
external hub is required.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
D.4.2.1 USB Connector CON4 Pinout
Table D-2: USB Connector CON4 Pinout
Pin
Name
Function
In/Out
1
VCC
VCC signal
--
2
UV0-
Differential USB-
--
3
UV0+
Differential USB+
--
4
GND
GND signal
--
5
VCC
VCC signal
--
6
UV0-
Differential USB-
--
7
UV0+
Differential USB+
--
8
GND
GND signal
--
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Note:
The USB power supply feeding the two ports is protected by a
1.5 A fuse. All signal lines are EMI-filtered.
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D.4.3 VGA Interface
Figure D-6: D-sub VGA Connector
10
15
5
11
1
6
D.4.3.1 VGA Connector CON5 Pinout
The 15-pin female connector CON5 is used to connect a VGA monitor to the
CP-RIO3-01 (8HP version) board.
Table D-3: VGA Connector CON5 Pinout
D-sub 15
Signal
Function
In/Out
1
Red
Red video signal output
Out
2
Green
Green video signal output
Out
3
Blue
Blue video signal output
Out
13
Hsync
Horizontal sync.
TTL out
14
Vsync
Vertical sync.
TTL out
12
Sdata
Not supported
In/Out
15
Sclk
Not supported
Out
9
VCC
Power +5V 200 mA no fuse protection
Out
5,6,7,8,10
GND
Signal ground
--
4,11
Free
--
--
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Note:
The 75 Ohm termination resistors for the three VGA signals (red,
green, blue) are located on the baseboard.
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D.4.4 Fast Ethernet Interface
Figure D-7: Ethernet/Fast Ethernet Connector
1
The Ethernet connector is realized as an RJ45 twisted-pair connector.
The interface provides automatic detection and switching between
10Base-T and 100Base-TX data transmission.
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D.4.4.1 RJ45 Connector CON2 Pinout
CON2 supplies the 10Base-TX/100Base-TX interface to the Ethernet controller.
Table D-4: RJ45 Connector CON2 Pinout
RJ45
Signal
Function
1
TX+
Transmit +
2
TX-
Transmit -
3
RX+
Receive +
4
NC
--
5
NC
--
6
RX-
Receive -
7
NC
--
8
NC
--
D.4.5 Ethernet LED Status
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Important note:
The two green Ethernet LED’s are not active on the CP-RIO3-01.
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D.4.6 Serial Port Interfaces
Figure D-8: PC-compatible D-sub Serial Interface
6
1
9
5
D.4.6.1 Serial Port Connectors CON8 and CON10 Pinouts
The serial port male connectors CON2 and CON6 allow the connection of RS232
devices to the CP-RIO3-01 board.
Table D-5: Serial Port Connectors CON8 and CON10 Pinouts
DSUB 9
Signal
Function
In/Out
1
DCD
Data carrier detect
In
2
RXD
Receive data
In
3
TXD
Transmit data
Out
4
DTR
Data terminal ready
Out
5
GND
Signal ground
--
6
DSR
Data send request
In
7
RTS
Request to send
Out
8
CTS
Clear to send
In
9
RI
Ring indicator
In
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Note:
To ensure the proper functioning of the Rear I/O serial interfaces,
the drivers for COM1 and COM2 on the CP302 I/O module must
be disabled.
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D.4.7 Fan Control Interface (optional)
A fan for CPU cooling can be connected via the power connector CON9.
D4.7.1
Fan Control Connector CON9 Pinout
Table D-6: Fan Control Connector CON9 Pinout
Pin
Function
1
Ground
2
5V Fan Supply Voltage at a maximum current of 300 mA
3
Fansense
D.4.8
EIDE Interface
D.4.8.1
EIDE Connector EIDE2 (CON7) Pinout
The following table sets out the pin numbers of connector CON7 and sets out its
corresponding signal names and functions.
Table D-7: Pinout of AT Standard Connector EIDE2
Pin
Signal
Function
In/Out
1
IDERESET
Reset HD
Out
2
GND
Ground signal
--
3
HD7
HD data 7
In/Out
4
HD8
HD data 8
In/Out
5
HD6
HD data 6
In/Out
6
HD9
HD data 9
In/Out
7
HD5
HD data 5
In/Out
8
HD10
HD data 10
In/Out
9
HD4
HD data 4
In/Out
10
HD11
HD data 11
In/Out
11
HD3
HD data 3
In/Out
12
HD12
HD data 12
In/Out
13
HD2
HD data 2
In/Out
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Table D-7: Pinout of AT Standard Connector EIDE2
Pin
Signal
Function
In/Out
14
HD13
HD data 13
In/Out
15
HD1
HD data 1
In/Out
16
HD14
HD data 14
In/Out
17
HD0
HD data 0
In/Out
18
HD15
HD data 15
In/Out
19
GND
Ground signal
--
20
N/C
--
--
21
IDEDRQ
DMA request
In
22
GND
Ground signal
--
23
IOW
I/O write
Out
24
GND
Ground signal
--
25
IOR
I/O read
Out
26
GND
Ground signal
--
27
IOCHRDY
I/O channel ready
In
28
GND
Ground signal
--
29
IDEDACKA
DMA Ack
Out
30
GND
Ground signal
--
31
IDEIRQ
Interrupt request
In
32
N/C
33
A1
Address 1
Out
34
N/C
--
--
35
A0
Address 0
Out
36
A2
Address 2
Out
37
HCS0
HD select 0
Out
38
HCS1
HD select 1
Out
39
LED
LED driving
In
40
GND
Ground signal
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D.4.9 Rear I/O interface on Compact PCI Connector CON1
The CP-RIO3-01 conducts a wide range of I/O signals through the Rear I/O connector J2.
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If the Rear I/O feature is selected the PCI interface is only 32-bit.
For the 3U Rear I/O a special backplane is necessary.
D.4.9.1 Compact PCI Connector CON1 Pinout
Table D-8: Rear I/O CompactPCI Bus Connector J2 (CON1) Pinout
Pin
22
Z
GND
A
B
GA4
C
D
GA2
GA1
GA0
RDN
RDP
1)
GND
VCC
1)
GND
21
GND
CLK6
GND
20
GND
CLK5
GND
TDP
1)
GND
19
GND
GND
GND
RSV
5)
RSV
18
GND
KDAT
1)
17
GND
KCLK
1)
UV0-
ROUT
(GND)
GND
PMDAT
1)
UV0+
15
GND
PMCLK
1)
GOUT
(GND)
2DSR
1)
UV1+
1)
16
1)
5)
Battery
1)
6)
GND
+3.3V
1)
GND
+3.3V
1)
GND
PRST
REQ6
GNT6
GND
DEG
GND
UV1-
FAL
REQ5
GNT5
VSYNC
(GND) 3)
2CTS
2DCD
3)
1)
GND
1)
GND
3)
14
GND
2RIN
13
GND
2RXD
12
GND
1DSR
11
GND
1DTR
10
GND
IDEDB8
4)
9
GND
IDEDB6
4)
IDEDB7
(GND) 4)
8
GND
IDEDB3
4)
IDEDB12
2RTS
2)
2)
GND
2)
FANSENS
E (GND)
BOUT
(VIO) 3)
2DTR
2)
1RTS
1CTS
HSYNC
(GND) 3)
2TXD
GND
2)
GND
IDEDB9
(VIO) 4)
1DCD
1RIN
GND
1TXD
IDEDB10
(GND) 4)
1RXD
IDEDB5
IDEDB11
2)
4)
2)
2)
IDEDB4
(VIO) 4)
4)
IDEDB2
4)
IDEDB0
(GND) 4)
IDEDB15
(VIO) 4)
ICHRDYB
IDACKB
GND
IDEDB14
4)
6
GND
IDEIORB
4)
5
GND
IDEAB1
4
GND
VIO
VCC
3
GND
CLK4
GND
2
GND
CLK2
1
GND
CLK1
4)
2)
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2)
E
4)
4)
4)
GND
2)
2)
GND
2)
4)
GND
GND
IDEDB1
GND
IDEDRQB
IDEIOWB
GND
IDEDB13
(GND) 4)
IDEIRQB
IDEAB2
LED
4)
4)
GND
GND
6)
GND
IDECSB1
GNT3
REQ4
GNT4
GND
CLK3
SSYSEN
GNT2
REQ3
GND
GND
REQ1
GNT1
REQ2
GND
1)
IDECSB0
2)
4)
IDAB0
(VIO) 4)
GND
2)
4)
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Legend for table on preceding page:
1) Ethernet, SMBUS, Keyboard, Mouse, USB and Power (64-bit and Rear I/O
possible)
2) COM1, COM2 (only 32-bit and Rear I/O)
3) VGA Signals (only 32-bit and Rear I/O)
4) EIDE Port (only 32-bit and Rear I/O)
5) Reserved
6) The battery and LED signals are active only on the CP301 and CP302-PM
The greyed table cells indicate the power grouping
D5
Jumper Setting
D.5.1 COM Port Configuration
The two COM ports are configured using solder jumpers J1 and J2
D.5.1.1 COM1 Configuration
Table D-9: COM1 Configuration using Jumper J2
J2
Function
Open
RS232 enabled
Closed
RS232 disabled
The default setting is indicated by italics.
D.5.1.2 COM2 Configuration
Table D-10: COM2 Configuration using Jumper J1
J1
Function
Open
RS232 enabled
Closed
RS232 disabled
The default setting is indicated by italics.
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D.5.2 Shorting Chassis GND (Shield) to Logic GND
The front panel including the front panel connectors are isolated to the logic ground.
This zero Ohm resistor enables connection between the chassis GND and logic GND.
Table D-11: Shorting Chassis GND (Shield) to Logic GND
R36
Function
Open
Connectors are isolated to logic GND
Short
Connectors are connected to logic GND and chassis GND
The default setting is indicated by italics.
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