Ampro Corporation ReadyBoard 700 Specifications

ReadyBoard 700
Single Board Computer
QuickStart Guide
P/N 5001723A Revision C
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REVISION HISTORY
Revision
Reason for Change
Date
A
Initial Release
Jul/04
B
Updates/Changes
Oct/04
C
Updates/Changes
Nov/04
Ampro Computers, Incorporated
5215 Hellyer Avenue
San Jose, CA 95138-1007
Tel. 408 360-0200
Fax 408 360-0222
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© Copyright 2004, Ampro Computers, Incorporated
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software design and implementation of the same. Ampro Computers, Inc. assumes you are qualified in
designing and implementing your hardware designs and its related software into your prototype computer
equipment.
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QuickStart Guide
ReadyBoard 700
Contents
Chapter 1
Setting Up the ReadyBoard 700....................................................................................1
Using this Guide .................................................................................................................................1
Requirements .................................................................................................................................1
What’s in the Box ...........................................................................................................................1
Setup Steps ........................................................................................................................................2
Preparations ...................................................................................................................................2
Setting Up the Workspace..............................................................................................................2
Connecting Cable Assemblies .......................................................................................................3
Connecting Peripherals ..................................................................................................................8
Connecting Boot Devices ...............................................................................................................8
Connecting the Power Supply ........................................................................................................8
Applying Power to the ReadyBoard 700 ........................................................................................9
Chapter 2
Installing ReadyBoard 700 Options ...........................................................................13
Memory Installation...........................................................................................................................13
Tools Required .............................................................................................................................13
Installation Guidelines ..................................................................................................................13
Removing the SODIMM ...............................................................................................................13
Installing the SODIMM .................................................................................................................15
CompactFlash Installation ................................................................................................................17
Tools Required .............................................................................................................................17
Installation Guidelines ..................................................................................................................17
Installing the CompactFlash Card ................................................................................................17
Removing the CompactFlash Card ..............................................................................................20
Installing Software, Drivers, and Utilities ..........................................................................................22
Appendix A Technical Support ........................................................................................................25
Contacting Support ...........................................................................................................................25
The graphic illustrations found in this manual are intended as aids in
identifying the connector locations and components on the board.
You may find slight variations between your board and the boards
shown in this manual due to board revisions. Refer to Figure 1-4 and
the ReadyBoard 700 Reference Manual for the most current board
revision and the connector pin/signal tables for specific information.
NOTE
List of Figures
Figure 1-1.
Figure 1-2.
Figure 1-3.
Figure 1-4.
Figure 1-5.
Figure 1-6.
Figure 2-1.
Figure 2-2.
Figure 2-3.
Figure 2-4.
Figure 2-5.
ReadyBoard 700 Connector Locations ...........................................................................3
Connecting the Floppy Only Cable to ReadyBoard 700 .................................................4
Connecting IDE, Keyboard/Mouse, Parallel, and Serial Cable Assemblies ...................4
ReadyBoard 700 Connector and Pin-Locations .............................................................5
Connecting Audio In/Out and ATX Power Adapter Cable Assemblies...........................6
Connecting the Utility and USB Cable Assemblies.........................................................7
ReadyBoard 700 SODIMM Location (Bottom view) .....................................................14
Removing SODIMM from Socket..................................................................................15
Installing SODIMM into Socket .....................................................................................16
Installing the CompactFlash Card.................................................................................19
CompactFlash Card Installed........................................................................................20
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Figure 2-6. Removing the CompactFlash Card .............................................................................. 21
List of Tables
Table 1-1. Jumper Settings ............................................................................................................. 11
Table 2-1. CompactFlash Jumper Setting ...................................................................................... 19
Table A-1. Technical Support Contact Information ......................................................................... 25
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Chapter 1 Setting Up the ReadyBoard 700
Using this Guide
This guide provides the most efficient way to set up your ReadyBoard 700 single board computer
(SBC). The instructions provided in this guide include:
• Removing the ReadyBoard 700 from the shipping container and inventorying the accessories
• Connecting cables to the ReadyBoard 700
• Connecting the peripherals, boot devices, and power supply to the ReadyBoard 700
• Powering up the ReadyBoard 700
Information not provided in this QuickStart Guide includes:
• ReadyBoard 700 specifications
• Environmental requirements
• ReadyBoard 700 connector/pin numbers and definitions
• Supplied software use and programming considerations
Requirements
The following peripherals and devices are needed to make full use of the ReadyBoard 700.
• Peripherals: (Customer Provided)
♦
PS/2 Keyboard
♦
PS/2 Mouse
♦
CRT Monitor
• Power Supply: (Customer Provided)
♦
ATX or AT or Lab power supply – This type of power supply is required to provide power to
the ReadyBoard 700 and the peripheral devices connected to it. An AT or Lab power supply
will not have the soft-off feature of an ATX power supply
• Choice of Boot Device: (Customer Provided)
♦
Floppy Disk drive
♦
IDE hard disk drive (See preinstalled OS Note in Step 16)
♦
CompactFlash card (See preinstalled OS Note in Step 16)
♦
CD-ROM
• Optional Devices/Connections: (Customer Provided)
♦
Flat Panel Display (LVDS, TFT, or (D or S) STN)
♦
Ethernet
♦
USB
♦
Audio components, such as a CD-ROM or MP3 player, stereo amplifier, or a microphone
What’s in the Box
Refer to the QuickStart Kit Contents Sheet for a list of the cables, documents, and other items in the
shipping container.
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Setup Steps
It is important to follow the setup steps in this section in the exact order listed here, but skip any steps
that do not apply to your situation. If necessary, refer to other chapters within this guide or other Ampro
manuals to locate more information concerning ReadyBoard 700 installation and operation.
Preparations
• Locate the QuickStart Kit Contents Sheet
1) Open shipping box
• Unpack the contents of the shipping box
• Verify the contents of the shipping box against the QuickStart
Contents Sheet included with your ReadyBoard 700 shipping box.
2) Verify contents
• If anything is missing or damaged, call your sales representative or
Ampro Technical Support.
3) Support documentation
(ReadyBoard 700
Documentation & Support
Software CD-ROM)
ReadyBoard 700 QuickStart Guide
This document, provided as a hardcopy, describes how to setup, install,
and power up the ReadyBoard 700 found in the QuickStart Kit and is
also on the ReadyBoard 700 Documentation & Software (Doc & SW)
CD-ROM as a PDF file.
ReadyBoard 700 Reference Manual
This document describes the ReadyBoard 700 and provides detailed
reference information for your ReadyBoard 700 and is located on the
ReadyBoard 700 Documentation & Software (Doc & SW)
CD-ROM as a PDF file.
Setting Up the Workspace
CAUTION
To prevent damage to the electronic components on the ReadyBoard 700, do not
handle the board until you have followed Electrostatic Discharge precautions.
Always touch a grounded, unpainted metal surface before touching the
ReadyBoard 700 or any of the components on the board.
Always use an anti-static wrist strap connected to a grounding mat having staticdissipating characteristics and is attached to earth ground.
4) Select workbench location
• The workbench location should be flat, clear of debris, and have a
static-free mat (or the equivalent) to place the ReadyBoard 700
assembly onto for setup and operation (including the power
supply and any peripherals).
5) Connect an ESD strap to
your body
• Connect an ESD strap between your body (wrist or ankle) and ground
or the static-free mat.
6) Unpack the
ReadyBoard 700 and its
accessories.
2
If you do not have your own ESD strap, an ESD Kit is provided
in the QuickStart Kit with an anti-static wrist strap.
• Remove the ReadyBoard 700 from its protective plastic case and
place it on static-free work surface.
The cables provided in the QuickStart Kit are used to make
external connections to the ReadyBoard 700 such as keyboard,
mouse, floppy drive, IDE drives, printer, USB devices, and power.
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Connecting Cable Assemblies
Connect the cables provided with the ReadyBoard 700 QuickStart Kit to the respective connectors on the
ReadyBoard 700. Skip any steps or cable(s) that do not apply to your situation.
Infrared (J17)
PC/104 (J13/14)
Primary IDE (J22)
Floppy/Parallel (J20)
Audio In/Out (J19)
(hidden)
Utility (J18)
(hidden)
PC/104-Plus (J12)
ATX Power On (J6)
USB 2 & 3 (J21)
ATX Power In (J4)
PS/2 Keyboard/
Mouse (J16)
USB 0 & 1 (J15)
(USB 0 Lower)
Ethernet 2 (J11)
Fan (J1)
GPIO (J2)
CRT (J8)
Serial 3 & 4 (J3)
(COM 3 & 4)
Serial 1 & Serial 2 (COM 1 & 2)
(J5A/B) (Serial 1 Lower)
RB700_03a
Ethernet 1 (J10)
Figure 1-1. ReadyBoard 700 Connector Locations
1) Connect the Floppy only • Connect the Floppy only cable to J20 on the edge of the ReadyBoard 700
Cable
as shown in Figure 1-2. Refer also to Figures 1-1, 1-4.
2) If you want Printer only
perform this step
3) Connect the Primary
IDE cable
The Floppy interface and Parallel Port share interface connector J20. You
must choose which cable to connect to the J20, depending on the desired
function; floppy only cable, or printer only cable.
• If you only want a Printer (parallel only) and do not need a floppy
drive, then remove the Floppy only cable and connect the Parallel
(printer) only cable to J20 on the edge of the ReadyBoard 700 as shown
in Figure 1-3. Refer also to Figures 1-1, 1-4.
• Connect the Primary IDE cable to J22 on the edge of the ReadyBoard
700 as shown in Figure 1-3. Refer also to Figures 1-1, 1-4.
This 44-pin IDE cable provides two 40-pin connectors for two IDE
devices, such as an IDE hard disk drive (HDD) and a CD-ROM, etc.
NOTE
4) Connect the Keyboard/
Mouse Y-cable
The 44-pin to 40-pin IDE cable provided is used for a 3 ½” IDE
devices (external power required). An alternate 44-pin-to-44-pin
IDE cable is used for a 2 ½” HDD (no external power required).
• Connect the Keyboard/Mouse Y-cable assembly to the Keyboard/Mouse
port (J16) on the edge of the ReadyBoard 700 as shown in Figure 1-3.
Refer also to Figures 1-1, 1-4.
This cable assembly provides two connectors for the PS/2 KeyboardPS/2 Mouse shared port and each connector can be used for either device.
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Floppy Drive Only Cable
(26-pin (J20) to 34-pin Floppy Drive Connector)
Floppy/Parallel (J20)
RB700_10a
To Floppy Drive
(34-pin Requires
External Power)
Figure 1-2. Connecting the Floppy Only Cable to ReadyBoard 700
Connect Primary IDE
Cable to J22
One 44-pin cable/connector (J22)
to two 40-pin connectors
(Each requires external power
to drives)
Connect Parallel
(Printer) only Cable to J20
Alternate 44-pin to 44-pin cable/
connector to (J6)
(No external power required)
26-pin connector
(J20) to 25-pin
cable/connector
(Printer) only
Cable
Connect Keyboard/
Mouse Y-Cable to J16
RB700_07aa
Connect Serial 3 & 4
Cable Assembly to J3
Figure 1-3. Connecting IDE, Keyboard/Mouse, Parallel, and Serial Cable Assemblies
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5) Connect the Serial 3 & 4 • Connect the Serial 3 & 4 cable assembly to J3 on the edge of the
Cable assembly
ReadyBoard 700 as shown in Figure 1-3. Refer also to Figures 1-1, 1-4.
Serial B (J3A/B)
TFT/LCD
RS485 Termination
Serial B (J3)
(COM3 & 4) GPIO (J2) (JP6, COM3 & 4) CPU Fan (J1) Clock (JP1)
J1
Serial A
(J5A/B)
(COM1 & 2)
J3
3
4
U2
U12
U1
J2
Q11
J4
1
JP6
2
Power In
(J4)
JP1
U32
LCD Voltage
Setting (JP2)
J5
U3
U4
LVDS (J7)
Power-On
Header (J6)
J6
J26
D1
JP2
RB700QkS_01eb
Y1
J7
CRT (J8)
(VGA)
U5
U6
J8
U33
LCD (J9)
J13
J9
U7
U8
J12
Ethernet 1
(J10)
J10
J14
PC/104
(J13A/B
J14A/B)
Lithium
Battery
(B1)
Y2
J11
Ethernet 2
(J11)
USB 0 & 1
(J15A/B)
U9
CMOS
Normal/
Clear (JP3)
J15
Y3
U10
J16
J19
J18
U15
U13
X2
U14
D4
J20
J21
U12
JP3
JP5
J22
IR (Infrared)
(J17)
BT1 J17
SW1
Utility (J18)
Battery
Header
(BT1)
X1
U11
D2
PS/2
Keyboard/
Mouse (J16)
PC/104-Plus
(J12)
JP4
CF Master/
Slave (JP4)
Flash
BIOS (JP5)
Audio In/
Out (J19)
USB 2 & 3 (J21A/B)
Floppy/Parallel (J20)
IDE (J22)
Figure 1-4. ReadyBoard 700 Connector and Pin-Locations
NOTE
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Pin-1 is shown as a black pin (square or round) in all connectors and
jumpers in this illustration. In most cases, use the white dot on the
cable assembly connectors to match to pin-1 on the ReadyBoard
connectors as shown in Figure 1-4. In all other cases, match the red
strip on the cable assemblies to pin-1 on the ReadyBoard connector.
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Skip any of the following steps that do not apply to your situation.
6) Connect the Audio In/Out
Cable Assembly
• Connect the Audio In/Out cable assembly to J19 near the edge of
the ReadyBoard 700 as shown in Figure 1-5.
Refer also to Figures 1-1, 1-4.
The Earphone connector on the Audio cable assembly is not
connected on the ReadyBoard 700.
7) Connect the ATX Adapter
Cable Assembly
• Connect the ATX Power Adapter cable assembly to J4 and J6 on
the edge of the ReadyBoard 700 as shown in Figure 1-5.
Refer also to Figures 1-1, 1-4.
The ATX power adapter is separated into two connectors to
provide support for non-ATX power supplies (Power Input (J4)
and Power Control (J6)).
Connector (J4) only provides the input voltages (+5V & optional
+12V) and ground, while connector (J6) provides the power on
signal and the standby voltage (+5V).
• If you do not use an ATX power supply, you will have to provide
the standby voltage (+5V) to J6 for the soft off function.
Typically, this means shorting the +5V (pin-1, J4) to J6, pin-1.
Connect the Audio In/Out
Cable Assembly to J19
Connect the ATX Power Adapter
Cable Assembly to J4 and J6
J19
J6
RB700_08a
J4
Note: The PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse
connector is shown removed
for clarity.
Figure 1-5. Connecting Audio In/Out and ATX Power Adapter Cable Assemblies
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8) Connect USB 2 & 3 Cable
Assembly
• Connect the USB 2 & 3 cable assembly to J21 on the edge of the
ReadyBoard 700 as shown in Figure 1-6.
Refer also to Figures 1-1, 1-4.
9) Connect Utility Cable
Assembly
• Connect the Utility cable assembly to J18 near the edge of the
ReadyBoard 700 as shown in Figure 1-6.
Refer also to Figures 1-1 and 1-4.
NOTE
♦
The Green Power-On switch uses Pins-1 & -2 of the Utility
Connector.
♦
The Red Reset switch uses Pins-2 and -3 of the Utility
Connector.
The Power-On switch turns the ReadyBoard 700 to an On condition,
if your are using an ATX power supply. Normally, the operating
system (OS) will turn Off the ReadyBoard during the OS shut down
process. However, if you need to turn off the ReadyBoard, pressing
and holding the Power-On button for more than 4-6 seconds will turn
the ReadyBoard 700 to an Off state.
Connect USB 2 & 3
Cable Assembly to J21
Note: Keyboard/Mouse connector
shown removed for clarity.
RB700_09a
Connect Utility Cable
Assembly to J18
Figure 1-6. Connecting the Utility and USB Cable Assemblies
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Connecting Peripherals
10) Connecting the peripherals
• Connect the keyboard to one of the free PS/2 connectors on the Y-cable
attached to J16.
• If your are using a USB keyboard, connect it to the USB 0
connector (lower USB on J15) on the edge of the ReadyBoard 700.
• Connect the mouse cable to the other PS/2 connector on the Y-cable
attached to J16.
• If your are using a USB mouse, connect it to the USB 1 connector
(upper USB on J15) on the edge of the ReadyBoard 700.
• Connect the CRT monitor to the video connector at J8 on the edge
of the ReadyBoard 700.
Connecting Boot Devices
11) Connect the OS boot
device(s)
• Use one of the four options listed here to connect a (OS) boot
device(s) to the ReadyBoard 700:
a. Connect a floppy disk drive to the floppy drive only cable
connected to J20 on the edge of the ReadyBoard 700.
Or Connect a USB floppy drive to one of the USB ports, Or
b. Connect an IDE hard disk drive to a free connector on the primary
IDE cable (J22) on the edge of the ReadyBoard 700.
• Ampro recommends not using a preinstalled OS on a hard disk drive
to boot and load the operating system. See Note with Step 16.
Or Connect a USB hard drive to one of the USB ports, Or
c. Connect a CD-ROM drive to an available connector on the
primary IDE cable (J22) on the edge of the ReadyBoard 700.
Or Connect a USB CD-ROM to one of the USB ports, Or
d. Install a CompactFlash card with a bootable OS into the
CompactFlash socket (J23) located on the underside of the board.
CompactFlash Card
Instructions and limitations for installing the CompactFlash card into
the socket (J23) on the ReadyBoard 700 are provided in Chapter 2,
Installing ReadyBoard 700 Options later in this manual.
• Ampro recommends not using a preinstalled OS on a CompactFlash
card to boot and load the operating system. See Note with Step 16.
Connecting the Power Supply
12) Connect power supply
• Connect the ATX power supply to the ATX power adapter connectors
at J4 and J6 on the edge of the ReadyBoard 700. See Figure 1-4.
• Connect all support devices to the ATX power supply.
Ensure all of the support devices you have connected to the
ReadyBoard 700 (except a CRT and a 44-pin, 2 ½” IDE HDD) have
good power connections to the ATX power supply or the lab supply.
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Applying Power to the ReadyBoard 700
13) Check/Set the Power
Supply Input Voltage
• If the ATX power supply or lab supply uses auto-ranging
operation at 50/60Hz, skip this step.
• Check the input voltage switch on the ATX power supply located
on the rear of the ATX power supply just below the power
connector.
14) Verify the Jumper Settings
The input voltage switch typically has two positions: 115 or 230
volts – 115 volts is default position.
• Check the jumper settings just in case a jumper has shifted during
shipping.
• Refer to Figure 1-4 for the jumper locations and the Table 1-1,
located at the end of this chapter for the default jumper settings.
• Plug the CRT monitor’s power cord into an AC outlet and turn on
the monitor.
15) Power up the
ReadyBoard 700
• Plug the ATX power supply’s power cord into the AC outlet.
• Turn the ATX power supply’s power switch to On.
• Press the Green Power-On switch connected to the Utility connector
(J18) before continuing.
16) Verify the ReadyBoard 700
powers-up satisfactorily
• Verify the ReadyBoard 700 passes POST successfully.
• If a bootable device, or the desired operating system is not loaded
on one of the boot devices (floppy drive or CD-ROM) prior to
power up, you will see an error message, “No bootable device
available,” near the end of the boot process. The boot process
stops until you intervene by selecting from the following options:
♦
Press R (or the Reset switch) to Reboot the system
♦
Press S (to enter BIOS Setup) for Setup, or skip to Step 17.
♦
Turn off the power switch on the ATX power supply, and/or…
♦
Connect a bootable device to the ReadyBoard 700, Reboot the
system, and then skip to Step 17.
NOTE
NOTE
Ampro does not recommend using a hard disk drive or CF
card with a preinstalled OS from another model computer
to boot the ReadyBoard 700. This has proven to cause
problems or provide unreliable operation. Use a bootable
device (floppy or CD-ROM) to install the desired OS and
drivers onto the hard drive (or CF), while still attached to
the ReadyBoard 700. Refer to Step 19.
For the most current BIOS Information, refer to the Hardware
Release Notes provided as hard copy in the shipping container.
17) Enter BIOS Setup.
• Press the <Del> key during POST, or S to enter BIOS Setup.
• Use BIOS Setup during the initial boot to set the desired options
(time and date, alter the boot order of the floppy drive, CD-ROM, or
hard disk drive, etc.).
• Refer to the next step to alter the boot sequence, while in Setup.
18) Alter Boot Order, only if
needed
ReadyBoard 700
• If you need to alter the boot sequence to select a bootable device,
perform the items listed in this step.
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a) Select the BIOS and
Hardware Settings menu as
shown in the figure to the
right and press Enter.
Ampro Setup Util
The sub-steps listed here
show you how to change the
Boot Sequence while in the
BIOS Setup Utility.
>
BIOS and Hardware Settings
<
ETX700enterBIOS
Reload Initial Settings
Load Factory Default Settings
Exit, Saving Changes
Exit, Discarding Changes
b) Select the first drive in the Boot
Order as highlighted to the
right.
Ampro Setup Utility for ReadyBo
NOTE
The CD-ROM or
CompactFlash (CF)
must be listed in Drive
Assignment and the
Boot Order to be
recognized by the
BIOS.
1.44 MB, 3.5”
(none)
HDD on Pri Master
CDROM on Pri Slave
(none)
(none)
(none)
Drive A: <
Drive C:
CDROM
(none)
(none)
RB550BtSeqa
[Drive Assignment]
Drive A
Drive B
Drive C
Drive D
Drive E
Drive F
Drive G
[Boot Order]
> Boot 1st
Boot 2nd
Boot 3rd
Boot 4th
Boot 5th
This example assumes Drive A
is a 3 ½” floppy drive, Drive C
is an IDE HDD, and Drive D is
an IDE CD-ROM.
c) Use the Arrow keys and PU/PD
keys to change the CD-ROM
into the First Boot Device in the
boot order.
• Use the PU/PD keys to change from Drive A: (Floppy) to
[CDROM] in the boot order.
d)
• Check the other BIOS settings related to the floppy drive before
exiting BIOS setup.
• You will need to change Drive A: (Floppy) to the Third Boot
Device or another boot device, to keep it in the boot sequence
without a break in the boot device order.
Exit and Save changes.
19) Install the desired
Operating System (OS)
The other settings in BIOS Setup that also affect the floppy drive
during the boot sequence or normal operation are: Floppy over
Parallel, Floppy Seek, Floppy Swap, and Floppy (On Board
Controllers). These fields may need to be checked or changed too.
• Locate the desired Operating System (OS) diskette(s) or CD-ROM
and follow the manufacturer’s instructions for installing the OS and
the necessary drivers onto your boot and operating storage device
(Hard Disk Drive, CompactFlash, etc.).
♦
For Windows Operating Systems, some of the necessary drivers
may be found on the manufacturer’s installation CD-ROM.
For other Operating Systems, some or all of the necessary drivers
may be found on the manufacturer’s diskette(s) or CD-ROM.
• If you require drivers that are not available on the OS manufacturer’s
diskette(s) or CD-ROM, refer to Installing Software, Drivers, and
Utilities in Chapter 2 and the ReadyBoard 700 software directory on the
ReadyBoard 700 Doc & SW CD-ROM for instructions.
♦
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NOTE
Setting Up the ReadyBoard 700
The ReadyBoard 700 ships from the factory configured for CRT support
only. Ampro provides LVDS/LCD/TFT support for flat panels with
specific resolutions.
If you have questions about the flat panels, contact Technical Support
through Virtual Technician (http://ampro.custhelp.com) for help in setting
up the flat panel configurations. Refer also to the ReadyBoard 700
Reference Manual and the Software Release Notes for additional
instructions and information when customizing the BIOS to a particular flat
panel.
Table 1-1. Jumper Settings
Jumper #
Installed
Removed/Installed
JP1 – TFT/LCD Clock
Clock Invert (pins 1-2)
Clock (pins 2-3) Default
JP2 – LCD Voltage Type
Enable +3.3V (pins 1-2) Default
Enable +5V (pins 2-3)
JP3 – CMOS Normal/Clear
Normal (pins 1-2) Default
Clears Time & Date only (pins 2-3)
JP4 – CF Master/Slave
Master (pins 1-2) Default
Slave (removed)
JP5 – Flash BIOS
Internal (pins 1-2) Default
External (removed)
JP6 – COM3 RS485
Termination (pins 1-2)
No Termination (removed) Default
JP6 – COM4 RS485
Termination (pins 3-4)
No Termination (removed) Default
NOTE
ReadyBoard 700
The CMOS Normal/Clear jumper (JP3) only resets the Time and Date
of the BIOS to Jan 1, 1980; 00:00. If you need to reset the BIOS to
the defaults because you can’t boot the system, use the Oops! Jumper
referenced in the ReadyBoard 700 Reference Manual. The Oops!
Jumper prevents the current BIOS settings in Flash memory from
being loaded, forcing the BIOS to use the default settings, but does not
change the Time & Date in the BIOS. The ReadyBoard 700
Reference Manual provides a more detailed discussion of how to
create and use the Oops! Jumper.
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Chapter 2 Installing ReadyBoard 700 Options
The procedures in the first part of this chapter describe how to install or remove the ReadyBoard 700
SBC (Single Board Computer) options onto or from the board, including the SODIMM and the
CompactFlash card. Brief instructions for accessing and using the ReadyBoard 700 Doc & SW
(Documentation and Software) CD-ROM and a brief description for loading supported Operating
Systems is also provided at the end of this chapter.
Memory Installation
The ReadyBoard 700 uses a single SODIMM socket available on the underside of the board. The
ReadyBoard 700 supports PC 133 (133MHz, 7.5ns) or PC 100 (100MHz, 10ns), 3.3V, 144-pin,
SDRAM SODIMM.
NOTE
Ampro recommends using only PC 133 (133MHz), 3.3V, 7.5ns,
144-pin, SDRAM SODIMM, but PC 100 (100MHz, 10ns) will
function. PC 133 provides the best performance for the 650MHz
Celeron and 933MHz Pentium processors.
Tools Required
Use an anti-static service kit (or the equivalent) to remove or install the SODIMM. An anti-static
service kit should include a static-dissipating work surface, a chassis clip lead, and a wrist or ankle strap.
Installation Guidelines
• When handling a SODIMM, observe anti-static discharge precautions to avoid damage.
• The ReadyBoard 700 uses PC 133 (133MHz) or PC 100 (100MHz), SDRAM SODIMMs, which
are electrically different from EDO SODIMMs.
• The following SODIMMs sizes are available from Ampro: 32MB, 64MB, 128MB, 256MB, or
512MB.
• The ReadyBoard 700 supports up to 512MB of memory in the SODIMM socket.
Removing the SODIMM
Use this procedure to remove the SODIMM from the SODIMM socket on the ReadyBoard 700.
1. If the ReadyBoard 700 is already connected to power and operating, power down the system.
CAUTION
To prevent damage to the ReadyBoard 700 and the SODIMM, ensure the
power switch on the ATX power supply is turned off and the power cord
has been removed from the power source. The typical ATX power supply
will continue to provide standby current to the board until the power cord
is disconnected.
2. Disconnect the ATX power supply’s power cord from the power source.
3. Disconnect any cables that would prevent you from turning the ReadyBoard 700 over exposing
the bottom of the board.
4. Turn the ReadyBoard 700 over to access the bottom of the board and lay it on a flat anti-static
surface. See Figures 2-1 and 2-2.
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To prevent damage to the SODIMM, do not touch the SODIMM until you have
discharged yourself and followed good Electrostatic Discharge principals. The
SODIMMs are sensitive to static electricity and can be easily damaged by improper
handling. Do the following when handling a SODIMM:
CAUTION
Leave the SODIMM in the anti-static bag until you are ready to install it.
Always use an anti-static wrist/ankle strap and a grounding mat connected to ground.
Before you remove a SODIMM from the anti-static bag, touch a grounded,
unpainted metal surface to discharge any static electricity.
U27
L1
U28
U29
5. Locate the SODIMM socket (DIMM1) on the bottom of the ReadyBoard 700. See Figure 2-1.
D12
U26
Q10
Q8
U25
D11
Q9
Q6
D10
U24
U23
Q7
Q5
D9
SODIMM
Socket
(DIMM1)
U22
SODIMM
DIMM1
U21
F4
F3
U20
Retaining
Latches (2)
J23
D8
F2
Q4
RB700_02c
Q3
D7
U19
F1
U16
U17
D5
Q2
D6
Figure 2-1. ReadyBoard 700 SODIMM Location (Bottom view)
6. Open both retaining latches to release the SODIMM from the socket. See Figure 2-2.
The SODIMM will spring up to a 45° angle to the board once you open both retaining latches. If
the SODIMM does not spring up to a 45° angle, then the retaining latches have not released the
SODIMM remove from the socket.
7. Using the card edges, lift the SODIMM completely away from the socket. See Figure 2-2.
8. Place the SODIMM on an anti-static surface or in an anti-static bag.
NOTE
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SODIMM Socket (DIMM1)
SODIMM
RB700_05a
45° Angle
Retaining Latches
Figure 2-2. Removing SODIMM from Socket
Installing the SODIMM
If you want to install a larger size SODIMM or replace the existing SODIMM, refer to the following
procedure.
1. Prepare the ReadyBoard 700 for installation:
♦
If the ReadyBoard 700 is already prepared for SODIMM installation, with the power turned
off, the power cord disconnected, and an empty SODIMM socket, skip to Step 4.
♦
If the ReadyBoard 700 is operating, power down the system and continue with next step.
CAUTION
To prevent damage to the ReadyBoard 700 and the SODIMM, ensure the power
switch on the power supply is turned off and the power cord has been removed from
the power source. The typical AT power supply will continue to provide standby
current to the board until the power cord is disconnected.
2. Disconnect the ATX power supply’s power cord from the power source.
CAUTION
To prevent damage to the SODIMM, do not touch the SODIMM until you have
discharged yourself and followed good Electrostatic Discharge principals. The
SODIMMs are sensitive to static electricity and can be easily damaged by
improper handling. Do the following when handling a SODIMM:
Leave the SODIMM in the anti-static bag until you are ready to install it.
Use an anti-static wrist/ankle strap and a grounding mat connected to ground.
Before you remove a SODIMM from the anti-static bag, touch a grounded,
unpainted metal surface to discharge any static electricity.
3. Disconnect any cables that would prevent you from turning the ReadyBoard 700 over exposing
the bottom of the board.
4. Turn the ReadyBoard 700 over to access the bottom of the board and lay it on a flat anti-static
surface. See Figures 2-1 and 2-3.
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5. Remove the existing SODIMM from the SODIMM socket before continuing.
Refer to the Step 4 in the proceeding procedure, Removing the SODIMM, and follow the
remaining steps in that procedure before continuing with the next step in this procedure.
6. Remove the SODIMM from its protective bag, handling the SODIMM by its edges.
NOTE
Ampro recommends using only PC 133 (133MHz), 3.3V, 7.5ns, 144-pin,
SDRAM SODIMM, but PC 100 (100MHz) will function. PC 133
provides the best performance for the 650MHz Celeron or 933MHz
Pentium processors.
7. Ensure there is nothing in the SODIMM socket that would prevent its installation.
8. Insert the SODIMM into the socket at 45° angle to the bottom of the ReadyBoard 700 with the
components facing up. See Figure 2-3.
The SODIMM card edge and socket are keyed to install the SODIMM into the socket in only one
direction.
SODIMM Socket (DIMM1)
SODIMM
RB700_05b
45° Angle
Retaining Latches
Alignment Notch
Figure 2-3. Installing SODIMM into Socket
9. Press the edges of the SODIMM down between the latches until the latches snap into place.
See Figure 2-3.
The latches should open to accept the SODIMM without any resistance. If you encounter any
resistance, you may not have inserted the SODIMM far enough into the socket.
10. If the retaining latches do not close completely on the SODIMM, remove it and repeat Steps 6 to 7.
11. Turn the ReadyBoard 700 back over onto the bottom of the board, placing it on the work surface.
12. Reconnect any cables you disconnected earlier and verify all other connections to the
ReadyBoard 700 are still connected.
13. Reconnect the ATX power supply’s power cord to the power source.
14. Restore power to the ReadyBoard 700 and observe the boot screen for new memory recognition.
If the system does not boot or there is a problem recognizing the new memory, the new
SODIMM could be defective or the SODIMM was not properly installed or recognized.
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CompactFlash Installation
The CompactFlash interface allows you to substitute solid-state flash memory cards for a conventional
hard disk drive. Any of the supported operating system, utilities, drivers, and application programs can
easily be run from the CompactFlash card without modification.
NOTE
You may use Type I or Type II CompactFlash cards from commercially
available suppliers, but check for compatibility with UDMA 100 IDE hard
disk drives. Older CompactFlash cards that are not compatible with UDMA
100 IDE hard disk drives will cause system hangs.
Tools Required
The following tools are needed to remove and install the CompactFlash card onto or off of the
ReadyBoard 700 SBC.
• Anti-static service kit - Use a complete anti-static service kit (or the equivalent) to remove or
install the CompactFlash card. A complete anti-static service kit should include a staticdissipating work surface, a chassis clip lead, and a wrist or ankle strap.
Installation Guidelines
The ReadyBoard 700 only supports the CompactFlash card on the Secondary IDE channel of the EIDE
disk controller.
• Configure the CompactFlash card as [HDD/CF on Sec Master/Slave] in the “Drive Assignment
Order” and “Boot Order” as a hard disk drive in the BIOS Setup Utility.
• Use the Master/Slave jumper (JP4) to determine the Master/Slave status of the CompactFlash Card.
• The ReadyBoard 700 only supports +5V tolerant CompactFlash cards.
Newer CompactFlash cards will typically work with either 5V or +3.3V systems. These newer
CompactFlash cards sense the input voltage and adjust accordingly.
NOTE
Ampro recommends not using a CompactFlash card with a preinstalled OS
from another model computer to boot the ReadyBoard 700. This has proven
to cause problems or provide unreliable operation.
Use a bootable device (floppy or CD-ROM) to load the desired OS onto
CompactFlash card and then the drivers, while attached to the ReadyBoard
700. Once the OS has been installed correctly on the CompactFlash card, it
can be used to boot the ReadyBoard 700 without difficulty.
Installing the CompactFlash Card
This procedure describes disconnecting all of the cables to turn the ReadyBoard 700 over, exposing the
bottom of the board to install or remove the CompactFlash card. However, depending on how you have
the ReadyBoard 700 mounted and the location of the socket near the edge of the board, this may not be
necessary. It is possible to install or remove the CompactFlash card without disconnecting all of the
cables and turning the board over, but doing so provides the safest method of checking the condition of
the CompactFlash socket before installing the CompactFlash card.
You may have to remove the two Ethernet cables and the USB cables to have full access to the
CompactFlash socket and card, but you must power down the system before installing or removing the
CompactFlash card.
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To simplify this procedure, power down the system and disconnect the
two Ethernet cables and the USB cables, which will allow full access to
the CompactFlash socket and card. If you have the ReadyBoard
securely mounted, with enough clearance, it is not necessary to turn the
board over to access the CompactFlash card.
NOTE
However, the procedures described here and on the following pages
provide the safest method of checking the condition of the
CompactFlash socket before installing the CompactFlash card.
1. ReadyBoard 700 preparation:
♦
If the ReadyBoard 700 is already prepared for CompactFlash installation, with power
disconnected, skip to Step 5.
♦
If the ReadyBoard 700 is connected to power and operating, power down the system and
continue with next step.
CAUTION
To prevent damage to the ReadyBoard 700, ensure the power supply is turned
off and the power cord has been removed from the power source. The typical
ATX power supply will continue to provide standby current to the board until
the power cord is disconnected.
2. Disconnect the ATX power supply’s power cord from the power source.
CAUTION
To prevent damage to the ReadyBoard 700 or the CompactFlash card, do not
touch either one until you have discharged yourself and have followed good
Electrostatic Discharge principals. The ReadyBoard 700 and the CompactFlash
card are sensitive to static electricity and can be easily damaged by improper
handling. Do the following when handling either one:
Leave the CompactFlash in the anti-static bag until you are ready to install it.
Always use an anti-static wrist/ankle strap and a grounding mat connected to
ground.
Before you remove a CompactFlash from the anti-static bag, touch a grounded,
unpainted metal surface to discharge any static electricity.
3. Disconnect any cables that would prevent you from turning the ReadyBoard 700 over exposing
the bottom of the board.
4. Turn the ReadyBoard 700 over to access the bottom of the board and lay it on a flat anti-static
surface. See Figure 2-4.
5. Check for bent pins or debris on the pins of the CompactFlash socket (J23).
6. Remove the CompactFlash card from its protective bag, handling the CompactFlash by its edges.
CAUTION
To prevent damage to your CompactFlash card, do not insert a +3.3V
only CompactFlash card. The ReadyBoard 700 only supports +5V or
Universal (+5V tolerant) CompactFlash cards.
If you are using a newer CompactFlash card, it will typically work
with either 5V or +3.3V. The newer CompactFlash cards sense the
input voltage and adjust accordingly.
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7. Insert the CompactFlash card into the socket provided by the tabs on the protective cover as
shown in Figure 2-1.
The CompactFlash card edges and the socket are keyed to install in only one orientation.
Insert CompactFlash Card
Pin-1 Marker
Lip or
Catch Edge
CompactFlash Socket (J23)
ReadyBoard 700
(Bottom view)
RB700_06a
Keyed Slot (2)
Figure 2-4. Installing the CompactFlash Card
8. Push the CompactFlash card into the socket until it is firmly into the socket and mates with the
pins. See Figures 2-4 and 2-5.
9. Turn the ReadyBoard 700 back over onto the bottom of the board, placing it on the work surface.
10. Reconnect any cables you disconnected earlier and verify all other connections to the
ReadyBoard 700 are still connected.
11. Set the Master/Slave jumper (JP4) to the master/salve status before continuing. See Table 2-1
and Figure 1-4.
Table 2-1. CompactFlash Jumper Setting
Jumper #
Installed
Removed/Replaced
JP4 – CF Master/Slave
Master (pins 1-2) Default
Slave (removed)
12. Plug the ATX power supply’s power cord into the AC power source and restore power.
13. Go into the BIOS Setup Utility and change the settings for the CompactFlash Card placing it in
the Drive Assignment and the Boot Order.
NOTE
The CompactFlash must be listed in Drive Assignment and the Boot
Order to be recognized by the BIOS. The CompactFlash can be listed
in any of the drive positions.
However, the BIOS does not support a break in the drive order, that is,
Drive C can not be listed as [none] when the boot device is Drive D.
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D12
U26
Q10
Q8
U25
D11
Q9
RB700_02da
U28
L1
U27
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U29
Chapter 2
Q6
D10
U24
U23
Q7
Q5
D9
CompactFlash
Socket (J23)
U22
CompactFlash
Card Installed
DIMM1
U21
F4
F3
U20
J23
D8
F2
Q4
ReadyBoard 700
(Bottom view)
Q3
D7
U19
F1
U16
U17
D5
Q2
D6
Figure 2-5. CompactFlash Card Installed
Removing the CompactFlash Card
1. ReadyBoard 700 preparation:
♦
If the ReadyBoard 700 is already prepared for CompactFlash card removal, with power
disconnected, skip to Step 5.
♦
If the ReadyBoard 700 SBC is already connected and operating, power down the system and
continue with the next step.
CAUTION
To prevent damage to the ReadyBoard 700 or the CompactFlash, ensure the
power supply is turned off and the power cord has been removed from the power
source. The typical ATX power supply will continue to provide standby current
to the board until the power cord is disconnected.
2. Disconnect the ATX power supply’s power cord from the power source.
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CAUTION
To prevent damage to the ReadyBoard 700 or the CompactFlash card, do not
touch either one until you have discharged yourself and have followed good
Electrostatic Discharge principals. The ReadyBoard 700 and CompactFlash
cards are sensitive to static electricity and can be easily damaged by
improper handling. Do the following when handling the CompactFlash
cards:
Leave the CompactFlash in the anti-static bag until you are ready to install it.
Always use an anti-static wrist/ankle strap and a grounding mat connected to
ground.
Before you remove a CompactFlash card from the anti-static bag, touch a
grounded, unpainted metal surface to discharge any static electricity.
3. Disconnect any cables that would prevent you from turning the ReadyBoard 700 over exposing
the bottom of the board.
4. Turn the ReadyBoard 700 over to access the bottom of the board and lay it on a flat anti-static
surface. See Figure 2-6.
5. Grasp the two sides of the CompactFlash card or the lip (catch edge) and gently pull it from the
CompactFlash socket and place on anti-static surface or in anti-static bag.
Remove CompactFlash Card
Lip or
Catch Edge
Pin-1 Marker
CompactFlash Socket (J23)
ReadyBoard 700
(Bottom view)
RB700_06b
Keyed Slot (2)
Figure 2-6. Removing the CompactFlash Card
6. Turn the ReadyBoard 700 back over onto the bottom of the board, placing it on the work surface.
7. Reconnect any cables you disconnected earlier and verify all other connections to the
ReadyBoard 700 are still connected.
8. If you are not replacing the CompactFlash card with another CompactFlash card, ensure you have
set JP4 to the correct setting (Master/Slave) before continuing. See Table 2-1 and Figure 1-4.
9. Plug the ATX power supply’s power cord into the AC power source and restore power.
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Installing Software, Drivers, and Utilities
To install the operating system and respective software drivers, refer to the following procedure.
1. Install the desired Operating System (OS) and related drivers from the manufacturer’s diskette(s)
or CD-ROM.
Follow the manufacturer’s instructions to install the desired OS and respective drivers.
♦
For Windows Operating Systems, some of the necessary drivers may be found on the
manufacturer’s installation diskette or CD-ROM. If more software drivers are needed, refer
to the ReadyBoard 700 Doc & SW CD-ROM.
♦
For other Operating Systems, some or all of the necessary drivers may be found on the
manufacturer’s installation diskette(s) or CD-ROM. If not, refer to the ReadyBoard 700 Doc
& SW CD-ROM.
2. Run the ReadyBoard 700 Doc & SW CD-ROM to access the ReadyBoard documentation,
various utilities, and OS drivers not on the manufacturer’s diskette(s) or CD-ROM.
The ReadyBoard 700 Doc & SW CD-ROM will operate on any Windows PC, allowing you to
view, download, or print the contents of the CD-ROM. This includes the ReadyBoard 700
QuickStart Guide, ReadyBoard 700 Reference Manual, Release Notes, software drivers and
various utilities.
NOTE
You must have an Internet browser to view the main menu and make selections
(examples: Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x, or greater, Netscape Navigator
version 4.x, or greater, or the equivalent on a PC). Software download links are
provided for Adobe Acrobat Reader version 4.x or greater to view the manuals
and documents.
An Internet connection is required for the Adobe Acrobat link or access to the
Ampro web site.
The ReadyBoard 700 Doc & SW CD-ROM should auto-start, but if it does not, go to the root
level of the CD-ROM and locate the index.htm by:
a. Selecting Run from the Start menu in any Windows PC.
b. Browsing the contents of the CD-ROM until you find the index.htm at the root level.
c. Select this file and press OK to start the CD-ROM.
The CD-ROM starts and opens the main menu of the CD-ROM.
3. Select from the directories as shown below:
♦
ReadyBoard 700 Documentation (Release Notes, ReadyBoard 700 Reference Manual and
QuickStart Guide)
♦
ReadyBoard 700 Software (Board Support Packages for supported operating systems, BIOS
file, drivers, and miscellaneous source code examples)
♦
Need Adobe Acrobat? (Link to Adobe Acrobat Reader; requires Internet connection)
There are directories and subdirectories under these topics that should provide you with the
needed manuals, utilities, and tools not explained earlier.
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4. Install any special OS drivers not found on the manufacturer’s diskette(s) or CD-ROM.
Refer to the directories on the ReadyBoard 700 Doc & SW CD-ROM for instructions on
installing the special drivers for the desired OS.
If the desired drivers can not be found, contact Ampro through the Virtual Technician on the web
site with a request for the driver(s). Use the Link to Ampro’s web site on the ReadyBoard 700
Doc & SW CD-ROM. Refer also to the Appendix A, Technical Support for more information.
5. Install any utilities or other development tools you may need from the ReadyBoard 700 Doc &
SW CD-ROM.
Refer to the directories on the ReadyBoard 700 Doc & SW CD-ROM for instructions on
installing and using the utilities or development tools for the desired OS.
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Appendix A Technical Support
Contacting Support
Ampro Computers, Inc. provides a number of methods for contacting Technical Support as listed below
in Table A-1. Requests for support through the Virtual Technician are given the highest priority and
usually will be addressed within one working day.
• Ampro Virtual Technician – This is a comprehensive support center designed to meet all your
technical needs. This service is free and available 24 hours a day through the Ampro web site at
http://ampro.custhelp.com. This includes a searchable database of Frequently Asked Questions,
which will help you with the common information requested by most customers. This is a good
source of information to look at first for your technical solutions. However, you must register
online before you can log in to access this service.
• Personal Assistance – You may also request personal assistance by going to the "Ask a Question"
area in the Virtual Technician. Requests can be submitted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You
will receive immediate confirmation that your request has been entered. Once you have
submitted your request you can go to the "My Stuff" area and log in to check status, update your
request, and access other features.
• Embedded Design Resource Center – This service is also free and available 24 hours a day at the
Ampro web site at http://www.ampro.com. However, you must be registered online before you
can login to access this service.
The Embedded Design Resource Center was created as a resource for embedded system
developers to share Ampro's knowledge, insight, and expertise gained from years of experience.
This page contains links to White Papers, Specifications, and additional technical information.
Table A-1. Technical Support Contact Information
Method
Contact Information
Virtual Technician
http://ampro.custhelp.com
Web Site
http://www.ampro.com
Standard Mail
Attn: Technical Support
Ampro Computers, Incorporated
5215 Hellyer Avenue
San Jose, CA 95138-1007, USA
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