CompactPCI® CPX2000
Series System Installation
and Reference Guide
CPX2108A/IH4
June 21, 2000
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Safety Summary
The following general safety precautions must be observed during all phases of operation, service, and repair of this
equipment. Failure to comply with these precautions or with specific warnings elsewhere in this manual could result
in personal injury or damage to the equipment.
The safety precautions listed below represent warnings of certain dangers of which Motorola is aware. You, as the
user of the product, should follow these warnings and all other safety precautions necessary for the safe operation of
the equipment in your operating environment.
Ground the Instrument.
To minimize shock hazard, the equipment chassis and enclosure must be connected to an electrical ground. If the
equipment is supplied with a three-conductor ac power cable the power cable must be plugged into an approved threecontact electrical outlet, with the grounding wire (green/yellow) reliably connected to an electrical ground (safety
ground) at the power outlet. The power jack and mating plug of the power cable meet International Electrotechnical
Commission (IEC) safety standards and local electrical regulatory codes.
Do Not Operate in an Explosive Atmosphere.
Do not operate the equipment in any explosive atmosphere such as in the presence of flammable gases or fumes.
Operation of any electrical equipment in such an environment could result in an explosion and cause injury or damage.
Keep Away From Live Circuits Inside the Equipment.
Operating personnel must not remove equipment covers. Only Factory Authorized Service Personnel or other
qualified maintenance personnel may remove equipment covers for internal subassembly or component replacement
or any internal adjustment. Service personnel should not replace components with power cable connected. Under
certain conditions, dangerous voltages may exist even with the power cable removed. To avoid injuries, such
personnel should always disconnect power and discharge circuits before touching components.
Use Caution When Exposing or Handling a CRT.
Breakage of the Cathode-Ray Tube (CRT) causes a high-velocity scattering of glass fragments (implosion). To
prevent CRT implosion, do not handle the CRT and avoid rough handling or jarring of the equipment. Handling of
the CRT should be done only by qualified maintenance personnel using approved safety mask and gloves.
Do Not Substitute Parts or Modify Equipment.
Do not install substitute parts or perform any unauthorized modification of the equipment. Contact your local
Motorola representative for service and repair to ensure that safety features are maintained.
Observe Warnings in Manual.
Warnings, such as the example below, precede potentially dangerous procedures throughout this manual. Instructions
contained in the warnings must be followed. You should also employ all other safety precautions which you consider
necessary for the operation of the equipment in your operating environment.
Warning
To prevent serious injury or death from dangerous voltages, use extreme
caution when handling, testing, and adjusting this equipment and its
components.
Flammability
All Motorola PWBs (printed wiring boards) are manufactured with a flammability rating
of 94V-0 by UL-recognized manufacturers.
EMI Caution
!
Caution
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate electromagnetic energy. It may cause or be susceptible to electromagnetic interference (EMI) if not installed and used with
adequate EMI protection.
CD-ROM
!
Warning
If a label with the words CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT is affixed to the
back of your system, the unit is equipped with a CD-ROM drive. These
devices contain a laser diode that produces invisible laser radiation
harmful to the eyes.
Performing adjustments or procedures other than those specified in this
manual may result in hazardous radiation exposure. Do not look into the
optical lens at any time.
CE Notice (European Community)
!
Warning
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, this product may
cause radio interference, in which case the user may be required to take
adequate measures.
Motorola Computer Group products with the CE marking comply with the EMC Directive
(89/336/EEC). Compliance with this directive implies conformity to the following
European Norms:
EN55022 “Limits and Methods of Measurement of Radio Interference Characteristics
of Information Technology Equipment”; this product tested to Equipment Class A
EN50082-1:1997 “Electromagnetic Compatibility--Generic Immunity Standard, Part
1, Residential, Commercial and Light Industry”
System products also fulfill EN60950 (product safety) which is essentially the requirement
for the Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC).
Board products are tested in a representative system to show compliance with the above
mentioned requirements. A proper installation in a CE-marked system will maintain the
required EMC/safety performance.
In accordance with European Community directives, a “Declaration of Conformity” has
been made and is on file within the European Union. The “Declaration of Conformity” is
available on request. Please contact your sales representative.
Harmonics and Flicker
In addition to the above standards, this system has also met the requirements of the
following European standards:
EN61000-3-2 “Limits of Harmonic Current Emissions (equipment input current > 16
A per phase)”
EN61000-3-3 “Limits of Voltage Fluctuations and Flicker in Low-Voltage Supply
Systems for Equipment with Rated Current > 16 A”
Workstation
This product is not a workstation per the European Ergonomic Standard.
Kein Bildschirmarbeitsplatz nach dem Europäischen Ergonomie Standard.
FCC Class A
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a
commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy, and if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential
area is likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be required to correct
the interference at his own expense.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Motorola Computer Group could void
the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Use only shielded cables when connecting peripherals to assure that appropriate radio
frequency emissions compliance is maintained.
!
System may have multiple power supply cords. Disconnect all power
supply cords before servicing.
Warning
!
Il peut y avoir plusiers cordons d'alimentation. Debrancher tous les
cordons d’alimentation avant la maintenance
Attention
!
lm system konnen mehrere netzkabel vorhanden sein. Vor der wartung
oder reparatur samtliche netzkabel heraus ziehen.
Warnung
Lithium Battery Caution
This product contains a lithium battery to power the clock and calendar circuitry.
!
Caution
Danger of explosion if battery is replaced incorrectly. Replace battery only
with the same or equivalent type recommended by the equipment
manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s
instructions.
Il y a danger d’explosion s’il y a remplacement incorrect de la batterie.
Remplacer uniquement avec une batterie du même type ou d’un type
Attention équivalent recommandé par le constructeur. Mettre au rebut les batteries
usagées conformément aux instructions du fabricant.
!
!
Vorsicht
Explosionsgefahr bei unsachgemäßem Austausch der Batterie. Ersatz nur
durch denselben oder einen vom Hersteller empfohlenen Typ. Entsorgung
gebrauchter Batterien nach Angaben des Herstellers.
Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1
Introduction
CPX2000 Series System Product Description ...........................................................1-1
Front and Rear Panel Features on the CPX2108 Chassis ...................................1-3
Front and Rear Panel Features on the CPX2208/CPX2208DC/CPX2208T/
CPX2208TDC Chassis .......................................................................................1-5
Front and Rear Panel Features on the CPX2408AC/2408DC/2408TAC/
2408TDC Chassis ...............................................................................................1-7
CHAPTER 2
Before Installing the CPX2000 Series Chassis
Introduction................................................................................................................2-1
Following Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) and Safety Procedures......................2-1
Safety and Regulatory Compliance ....................................................................2-2
Tools You Need..........................................................................................................2-2
Preparing the Site for Installation ..............................................................................2-3
Placement Recommendations .............................................................................2-3
Weight Distribution Within a Rack.....................................................................2-3
Power Requirements ...........................................................................................2-4
Guidelines for Branch Circuits ...........................................................................2-4
Power Circuit Protection.....................................................................................2-5
Circuit Breakers and Receptacles .......................................................................2-5
Power Cords........................................................................................................2-6
Cables..................................................................................................................2-6
Cable Planning ....................................................................................................2-6
CHAPTER 3
Units
Installing the CPX2000 Series System and Field Replaceable
Introduction................................................................................................................3-1
Following Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) and Safety Procedures......................3-2
Safety Considerations for Lithium Batteries ......................................................3-3
Installing the CPX2000 Series Chassis in a 19 Inch Rack.........................................3-6
Environmental Considerations............................................................................3-6
Cooling the Enclosure.........................................................................................3-7
Grounding the CPX2000 Series Chassis ............................................................3-7
Connecting the System .......................................................................................3-8
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Turning on the AC System ................................................................................. 3-9
Installation Troubleshooting .................................................................................... 3-10
Cleaning and Preventive Maintenance ............................................................. 3-10
BIOS Error Reporting ...................................................................................... 3-10
System Cables for the CPX2000 Series Chassis ..................................................... 3-12
CPX2108 Cables .............................................................................................. 3-12
CPX2208 Cables .............................................................................................. 3-13
CPX2408 Cables .............................................................................................. 3-13
Removing and Installing a CPU Module................................................................. 3-14
Tools You Need ................................................................................................ 3-14
Removing a CPU module................................................................................. 3-15
Installing a CPU module .................................................................................. 3-16
Removing and Installing “Hot Swap” I/O Modules ................................................ 3-17
Removing a “Hot Swap” I/O Module .............................................................. 3-18
Installing a “Hot Swap” I/O Module ................................................................ 3-18
Removing and Installing the CPU Transition Module ............................................ 3-19
Tools You Need ................................................................................................ 3-19
Removing the CPU Transition Module ............................................................ 3-19
Removing and Installing the Cooling Fans ............................................................. 3-22
Tools You Need ................................................................................................ 3-22
Removing and Installing the Fan Tray ............................................................. 3-22
Removing and Installing the 3.5 Inch Floppy Drive, CD-ROM Drive or
Hard Disk Drive....................................................................................................... 3-24
Tools You Need ................................................................................................ 3-24
Removing and Installing the Drives ................................................................. 3-24
Removing and Installing the Power Supplies.......................................................... 3-35
Tools You Need ................................................................................................ 3-35
Removing and Installing a Power Supply ........................................................ 3-35
Removing and Installing AC Power Supplies in the CPX2408 System ... 3-43
Removing and Replacing AC/DC Power Supplies in the
CPX2408 System ...................................................................................... 3-45
Additional IDE Devices on Your CPX2000 System ............................................... 3-47
Configuration 2................................................................................................. 3-47
Configuration 13............................................................................................... 3-47
Configurations 12 and 14 ................................................................................. 3-48
Loading and Unloading Removable Drive Media................................................... 3-50
Caring for Removable Media ........................................................................... 3-50
Loading and Unloading a CD-ROM Disc ........................................................ 3-51
Removing and Installing the Power Switch Panel Fuse .......................................... 3-51
Tools You Need ................................................................................................ 3-51
Replacing the Fuse ........................................................................................... 3-51
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APPENDIX A
System Specifications
Specifications for the CPX2000 Series Chassis........................................................A-1
APPENDIX B
Connector Pin Assignments
CompactPCI 32-Bit Pin Assignments for J1 ............................................................ B-2
CompactPCI 32-Bit Pin Assignments for J2 ............................................................ B-3
CompactPCI 64-Bit Pin Assignments for J1 ............................................................ B-4
CompactPCI 64-Bit Pin Assignments for J2 ............................................................ B-5
Backplane Connector Pin Assignments for J4 .......................................................... B-6
Backplane Connector Pin Assignments for J5 .......................................................... B-7
APPENDIX C
CompactPCI-Chassis Serie CPX2000: Installationsanleitung
Empfangen und Auspacken des Systems.................................................................. C-1
Richtlinien zum Aufstellen des Systems................................................................... C-1
ESE- und Sicherheitsmaßnahmen............................................................................. C-2
Sicherheits- und Betriebsbestimmungen................................................................... C-3
Vorsichtshinweise zur Lithium-Batterie.................................................................... C-4
Betriebsumgebung .................................................................................................... C-4
Kühlen des Gehäuses ................................................................................................ C-5
Stromkreisbelastung.................................................................................................. C-5
Installation in ein 19-Zoll-Rack ................................................................................ C-5
Anschließen des Systems .......................................................................................... C-6
Einschalten des Netzstroms ...................................................................................... C-7
APPENDIX D
CPX2108/2208/2408 Starter Kits
CPX2108 System Starter Kits...................................................................................D-2
CPX2108SK1 Starter Kit...................................................................................D-2
CPX2108SK2 Starter Kit...................................................................................D-3
CPX2208 System Starter Kits...................................................................................D-4
CPX2208SK2-A Starter Kit...............................................................................D-4
CPX2208SK3 Starter Kit...................................................................................D-5
CPX2208SK10 Starter Kit.................................................................................D-5
CPX2208DCSK10 Starter Kit ...........................................................................D-6
CPX2208TSK2 Starter Kit ................................................................................D-7
CPX2208TSK4 Starter Kit ................................................................................D-7
CPX2208TSK10 Starter Kit ..............................................................................D-8
CPX2208TDCSK10 Starter Kit.........................................................................D-8
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CPX2408 System Starter Kits ................................................................................ D-10
CPX2408ACSK20 Starter Kit......................................................................... D-10
CPX2408DCSK20........................................................................................... D-11
CPX2408TACSK20 ........................................................................................ D-11
CPX2408TDCSK20 ........................................................................................ D-12
CPX2408TACSK50 ........................................................................................ D-12
APPENDIX E
Related Documentation
Motorola Computer Group Documents .....................................................................E-1
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List of Figures
Figure 1-1. Front Panel Features on the CPX2108 Chassis .......................................1-3
Figure 1-2. Rear Panel Features on the CPX2108 Chassis ........................................1-4
Figure 1-3. Front Panel Features on the CPX2208 Chassis.......................................1-5
Figure 1-4. Rear Panel Features on the CPX2208 Chassis ........................................1-6
Figure 1-5. Front Panel Features on the CPX2408 Chassis
(AC Power Supplies only) .........................................................................................1-8
Figure 1-6. Front Panel Features on the CPX2408 Chassis
(AC and DC Power Supplies) ....................................................................................1-9
Figure 1-7. Rear Panel Features on the CPX2408 Chassis
(AC Power Supplies only) .......................................................................................1-10
Figure 1-8. Rear Panel Features on the CPX2408 Chassis
(AC and DC Power Supplies) ..................................................................................1-11
Figure 3-1. CPX2000 Series SCSI Device Connections (CPV5000)
Tape Drive Configuration ........................................................................................3-28
Figure 3-2. CPX2000 Series SCSI Device Connections (CPV5000)
Floppy Drive Configuration.....................................................................................3-29
Figure 3-3. CPX2000 Series SCSI Device Connections (MCP750)
Floppy Drive Configuration....................................................................................3-30
Figure 3-4. CPX2000 Series SCSI Device Connections (MCP750) No Floppy Drive Configuration...............................................................................3-31
Figure 3-5. CPX2000 Series IDE Device Connections ...........................................3-32
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List of Tables
Table 3-1. Chapter Organization ................................................................................3-1
Table 3-2. Guide for Troubleshooting CPX2000 Series Chassis Installation ..........3-10
Table 3-3. AMIBIOS Error Reporting .....................................................................3-10
Table 3-4. AMIBIOS Beep Codes for Fatal Errors on the System ..........................3-11
Table 3-5. AC Power Cords for the CPX2000 Systems ..........................................3-12
Table 3-6. CPX2108/CPX2208 Configurations for Additional IDE Devices .........3-49
Table A-1. Specifications for the CPX2000 Series Chassis ....................................A-2
Table B-1. Backplane Connector Pin Assignments ................................................. B-1
Table B-2. CompactPCI 32-Bit Pin Assignments for J1 ......................................... B-2
Table B-3. CompactPCI 32-Bit Pin Assignments for J2 ......................................... B-3
Table B-4. CompactPCI 64-Bit Pin Assignments for J1 ......................................... B-4
Table B-5. CompactPCI 64-Bit Pin Assignments for J2 ......................................... B-5
Table B-6. Backplane Connector Pin Assignments (J4) ......................................... B-6
Table B-7. Backplane Connector Pin Assignments (J5) .......................................... B-7
Table D-1. CPX2000 Series System Starter Kits .....................................................D-1
Table E-1. Motorola Computer Group Documents ................................................. E-1
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About This Manual
This CompactPCI® CPX2000 Series System Installation and Reference
Guide gives you general information and installation procedures for these
CPX2000 Series systems and their field replaceable units.
Model Number
Description
CPX2108
8-slot CompactPCI chassis with front I/O only, for
rack or panel mounting, low-end to mid-range
applications
CPX2208
8-slot CompactPCI chassis with rear I/O, for rack or
panel mounting
CPX2208DC
8-slot CompactPCI chassis with rear I/O for DC
applications
CPX2208T
8-slot CompactPCI chassis with rear I/O and H110
Telephony backplane
CPX2208TDC
8-slot CompactPCI chassis with rear I/O and H110
Telephony backplane for DC applications
CPX2408AC
8-slot CompactPCI chassis with backplane and
redundant 400W power supply for AC applications
CPX2408DC
8-slot CompactPCI chassis with backplane and
redundant 400W power supply for DC applications
CPX2408TAC
8-slot CompactPCI chassis with backplane and
redundant 400W power supply, H110 Telephony
backplane, AC applications
CPX2408TDC
8-slot CompactPCI chassis with backplane and
redundant 400W power supply, H110 Telephony
backplane, DC applications
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Summary of Changes
This table summarizes revisions to this manual.
Date:
June 21, 2000
Change:
changed title of manual
revised front matter
added power supply removal and installation
information for DC and AC/DC power supplies to
Chapter 3, Installing the CPX2000 Series System
and Field Replaceable Units.
removed monitor power connector from
CPX2108/CPX2208 Chassis drawing on page 3-37
added specifications for minimum load per power
supply to Appendix A, Table A-1
revised Appendix B, Connector Pin Assignments,
for backplane connector pin assignments
revised Appendix D, CPX2108/2208/2408
Starter Kits
revised and added document to, Appendix E, Table
E-1
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Overview of Contents
This section contains a short description of the content of each chapter and
appendix in this manual.
This Chapter or Appendix:
Gives you:
Chapter 1, "Introduction"
a detailed CPX2000 Series system product
description, and front and rear panel features of the
various chassis
Chapter 2, "Before Installing the
CPX2000 Series Chassis"
information about ESD and safety, tools you need,
preparing the site for installation and cable planning
Chapter 3, "Installing the
information about:
CPX2000 Series System and Field
- safety and environmental considerations during
Replaceable Units"
installation of a CPX2000 Series system
- system connections, powering-up the system,
installation troubleshooting, system cables
- removing and installing field replaceable units
Appendix A, "System
Specifications"
system specifications for the CPX2000 Series
Appendix B, "Connector Pin
Assignments"
backplane connector pin assignments
Appendix C, "CompactPCIChassis Serie CPX2000:
Installationsanleitung"
German translation of chassis installation
procedures
Appendix D, "CPX2108/2208/
2408 Starter Kits"
information about and contents of the CPX2000
Series system starter kits
Appendix E, "Related
Documentation"
information about related Motorola Computer
Group documents, other related documents and
URLs for access to more information.
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Who Should Use This Guide
The information in this guide is written for system installers, original
equipment manufacturers (OEM) and technicians. The procedures assume
familiarity with the safety practices and regulatory compliance required for
using and modifying electronic equipment. Personnel who install
CompactPCI systems should be trained and experienced with the installation
of computers and computer equipment.
Comments and Suggestions
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1Introduction
1
CPX2000 Series System Product Description
CPX2000 Series systems consist of the:
❏
CPX2108
❏
CPX2208
❏
CPX2208T
❏
CPX2208TDC
❏
CPX2208DC
❏
CPX2408AC
❏
CPX2408DC
❏
CPX2408TAC
❏
CPX2408TDC
The CPX2108 chassis is 19 inch rack, wall or benchtop mounted. The
CPX2208 and CPX2408 chassis are 19 inch or 23 inch rack, wall or
benchtop mounted. The 6U backplane has 8 vertical slots which can
accommodate a CPU module up to four slots (16HP) wide; and seven I/O
slots, (4HP) wide. You can access these eight slots through the front-panel.
The CPX2108 chassis does not support IEEE 1101.11 rear transition
modules. The CPX2208 and CPX2408 do support rear transition modules.
Three peripheral bays (5.25 inch x 1.63 inch) on the CPX2208 give you
front access to floppy, CD-ROM and/or hard disk drives. The CPX2408
gives you five peripheral bays with up to three hard disk drives.
CPX2108 can provide integrated SCSI peripherals (i.e. hard disk drive,
CD-ROM or an 80MB Flash Drive on board the CPV5000 Single-Board
Computer). CPX2208T and CPX2408T provide an integrated H.110 bus
between the J4 connectors of the seven peripheral (non-system) slots. The
H.110 bus gives you the medium for communications between fax, textto-speech, speech recognition and other telecommunications interfaces.
This system uses a back plane and system architecture that supports high
density, hot swap and eurocard packaging.
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1
Introduction
The CPX 2000 Series chassis are “hot swap enabled.” This means that the
chassis can accommodate hot swap modules that conform to the PCI
Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group (PICMG) Hot Swap
Specification. Refer to Appendix E, “Related Documentation” for
information about how to access the PICMG Hot Swap Specification.
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Computer Group Literature Center Web Site
CPX2000 Series System Product Description
Front and Rear Panel Features on the CPX2108 Chassis
Front panel features on the CPX2108 chassis (Figure 1-1) include:
❏
seven I/O slots
❏
one CPU slot
❏
three, 5.25 inch drive bays. Figure 1-1 shows a typical drive bay
configuration.
❏
“hot swap” fan tray with foam filter
❏
on/off power switch
❏
fuse (250V, 8A)
7 I/O Slots
Drive Bay Panel
Mounting Screws
Drive Bay
Panel
Security Door
3.5 inch Floppy
Drive
CD-ROM
Drive
Hard Disk
Drive
CPV5000
SBC
FLOPPY
CPX2000 Series
Removable Fan tray
with Foam Filter
Label
Fuse
ON/OFF
Power Switch
CPV5000 Single
Power Switch Power Switch
Board Computer
Panel
Panel Screws
2131 9804 (i)
Figure 1-1. Front Panel Features on the CPX2108 Chassis
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1
Introduction
Rear panel features on the CPX2108 chassis (Figure 1-2) include:
❏
exhaust vent for the card cage
❏
removable rear panel
❏
exhaust vent for the drive bays
❏
power supply exhaust fan
❏
input power plug for the power supply
Exhaust Vent
for Drive Bays
Exhaust Vent for
the Card Cage
Power Supply
Mounting Screws
Power Supply
Power Supply
Exhaust Fan
Removable
Rear Panel
2132 9802
Figure 1-2. Rear Panel Features on the CPX2108 Chassis
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Front and Rear Panel Features on the
CPX2208/CPX2208DC/CPX2208T/CPX2208TDC Chassis
Front panel features on the CPX2208 chassis (Figure 1-3) include:
❏
seven I/O slots
one CPU slot
three, 5.25 inch drive bays. Figure 1-3 shows a typical drive bay
configuration.
“hot swap” fan tray with foam filter
on/off power switch
❏
fuse (250V, 8A)
❏
❏
❏
❏
SCSI Drive
Pass Through Cable
7 I/O Slots
Drive Bay Panel
Mounting Screws
Drive Bay Panel
Security
Door
3.5 inch
Floppy
Drive
Hard Disk
Drive
CD-ROM
Drive
CPX2000 Series
Removable Fan tray
with Foam Filter
MCP750
Single-Board
Computer
On/Off
Fuse
Power Switch
Power Switch
Panel
Power Switch
Panel Screws
2248 9805 (i)
Figure 1-3. Front Panel Features on the CPX2208 Chassis
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1
Introduction
Rear panel features on the CPX2208 chassis (Figure 1-4) include:
❏
rear transition module for the CPU Module
❏
blank filler panels
❏
exhaust vent for the drive bays
❏
power supply exhaust fan
❏
input power plug for the power supply
Blank
Filler Panels
Transition Module
Card Cage
Transition Module
Exhaust Vent
for Drive Bays
Power Supply
Exhaust Fan
Power Supply
Mounting Screws
Input Power Plug
for the Power Supply
2221 9805 (i)
Figure 1-4. Rear Panel Features on the CPX2208 Chassis
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CPX2000 Series System Product Description
Front and Rear Panel Features on the
CPX2408AC/2408DC/2408TAC/2408TDC Chassis
Front panel features on the CPX2408 chassis (Figure 1-5 and Figure 1-6)
include:
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seven I/O slots
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one CPU slot
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four or five, 5.25 inch drive bays
Figure 1-5 shows a typical five drive bay configuration. The five
bay configuration lets you mount only ac power supplies.
Figure 1-6 shows a typical four drive bay configuration. The four
bay configuration lets you mount both ac and dc power supplies.
Note
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Install only floppy drives in the bottom drive bay in
CPX2408/CPX2408T configurations.
“hot swap” fan tray
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Drive Bay Panel
Mounting Screws
7 I/O Slots
Drive Bay Panel
CD-ROM
Drive
3.5" Floppy
Drive
Hard Disk
Drives
CPV5300
SBC
3.5" Floppy
Drive (only)
Security
Door
CPX2000 Series
Removable Fantray
CPV5300
Single-Board
Computer
On/Off
Power Switch
2500 9903
Figure 1-5. Front Panel Features on the CPX2408 Chassis (AC Power
Supplies only)
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7 I/O Slots
Drive Bay Panel
Mounting Screws
Drive Bay Panel
CD-ROM
Drive
Hard Disk
Drives
CPV5300
SBC
3.5" Floppy
Drive
Security
Door
Removable Fantray
with Foam Filter
Single-Board
Computer
On/Off
Power Switch
2584 9908
Figure 1-6. Front Panel Features on the CPX2408 Chassis (AC and DC Power
Supplies)
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Rear panel features on the CPX2408 chassis (Figure 1-7 and Figure 1-8)
include:
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exhaust vent for the drive bays
rear transition module for the CPU module
blank filler panels
power supply exhaust fan
input power plug
power supply on/off switch
Blank
Filler Panels
Exhaust Vent
for Drive Bays
Transition
Module
Alarm
Reset Button
Power Supply
Exhaust Fan
Power Supply
On/Off Switch
Power Supply
Mounting Screws
Input
Power Plug
2501 9903
Figure 1-7. Rear Panel Features on the CPX2408 Chassis (AC Power
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Blank
Filler Panels
Transition
Module
Exhaust Vent
for Drive Bays
Power Supply
Exhaust Fan
Power on
LED
Input
Power Plug
Power Supply
Mounting Screws
2585 9908
Figure 1-8. Rear Panel Features on the CPX2408 Chassis (AC and DC Power
Supplies)
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Chassis
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Introduction
This chapter gives you information about:
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electrostatic discharge and safety procedures
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preparing the site for installation
Following Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) and Safety
Procedures
Use ESD
Wrist Strap
Motorola recommends that you use an antistatic wrist strap and a
conductive foam pad when installing or upgrading the system. Electronic
components such as disk drives, boards and memory modules can be
extremely sensitive to ESD. After removing the component from the
computer or its protective wrapper, place the component flat on a
grounded, static-free surface; and, in the case of a board, component-side
up. Do not slide the component over any surface.
If an ESD station is not available, you can avoid damage resulting from
ESD by wearing an antistatic wrist strap (available at electronics stores).
Wrap one end of a wrist grounding strap around your wrist. Attach the
grounding end (usually a piece of copper foil or an alligator clip) to an
electrical ground. An electrical ground can be a piece of metal that literally
runs into the ground (such as an unpainted metal pipe) or a metal part of a
grounded electrical appliance. An appliance is grounded if it has a threeprong plug and is plugged into a three-prong grounded outlet. You cannot
use the computer itself as a ground, because it is unplugged when you work
on it.
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Warning
Turn system power off before you perform these procedures.
Failure to turn the power off before opening the chassis can
result in personal injury or equipment damage. Hazardous
voltage, current and energy levels are present in this product.
Power switch terminals can have hazardous voltages present
even when the power switch is off. Do not operate the system
with the covers removed.
Safety and Regulatory Compliance
The CompactPCI CPX2000 Series system complies with the safety and
regulatory standards applicable to component-level equipment. It is
possible, however, to use this product with other components that produce
a system not in compliance with system guidelines. Since Motorola cannot
anticipate what equipment may be used with this enclosure or how it may
be used, the responsibility for designing a system that conforms overall to
CSA (C/NTRTL)/VDE safety requirements and EMI/RFI emission limits
rests entirely with the system integrator and installer.
Tools You Need
You need the following tools to remove and install components of a
CPX2000 Series system:
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number 1, Phillips head screwdriver, four inch shaft
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number 1, Phillips head screwdriver (right angle)
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slotted head screwdriver
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Preparing the Site for Installation
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This section gives you guidelines for site preparation before you install
your system.
Placement Recommendations
Following are some suggestions for placing the chassis. Refer to Appendix
A, “System Specifications” for more information about site requirements.
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Place the system in a stable area on a firm surface. Use the correct
mounting hardware and shims to eliminate chassis movement.
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Install the system safely. Use strain relief when installing and
positioning cables and cords to help assure that no interruption of
service occurs.
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Make sure there is room for proper air flow for cooling. Make sure
there is at least three inches of space at the front and rear of the
system. The components of the system require an input air
temperature of 5º C to 40º C (41º F to 104º F). Internal DC powered
fans cool the system’s power supply and module enclosure.
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Place the system where it can be easily serviced. Service requires
access to the front and rear of the system
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Place the system in an area free of heat, dust, smoke and ElectroStatic Discharge (ESD).
Weight Distribution Within a Rack
Uneven mechanical loading of a rack may cause the rack to topple.
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Caution
To avoid personal injury or damage to the equipment, plan
your installation so that (within the limitations of equipment
and cabling) you:
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evenly distribute the weight of the equipment in the rack
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mount the heaviest units towards the bottom of the rack
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Power Requirements
Power for the rack system must come from a totally dedicated circuit
breaker. Do not plug any other electrical device into an outlet connected to
the circuit breaker serving the rack equipment.
Note
Data loss can occur if the circuit is overloaded and the circuit
breaker trips.
Guidelines for Branch Circuits
All branch circuits for the system must come from the same circuit breaker
panel. Failure to do this can cause power to flow in the data cables
interconnecting various devices of the system.
!
Caution
You must attach H.110 power inputs to approved Telephone
Network Voltage (TNV) branch circuits only. TNV branch
circuits must comply with all requirements called for in these
safety standards:
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IEC 950/EN60 950
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UL #1950
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CSA #950
Attaching the inputs to non-TNV approved power sources
causes the system to fail compliance with safety regulations
and may cause damage to the system backplane and system
components.
Do not overload branch circuits. Check the manual and/or rating plate of
all devices and verify that the sum of the ampere ratings do not exceed twothirds of the branch rating.
Laser printers and some other devices cause periodic short duration heavy
loads that do not appear in their ampere ratings. Connect these devices on
a separate branch circuit from the system chassis.
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Using power strips with separate circuit breakers does not add additional
protection and may cause unwanted power interruption. Ensure that all
power strips use at least #16 AWG (the best choice is #14 AWG or larger)
with ground.
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Caution
Do not use surge/transient suppressors without careful and
expert power system analysis. Most surge/transient
suppressors can cause system damage from transients if used
in the typical manner.
All branch circuits must have a “third wire” type ground for the branch
circuit that only goes to the circuit breaker panel. Conduit ground is
unacceptable for any portion of the system.
Blinking lights or fluctuating intensity from lighting at the computer site
indicate poor power. This may be a cause of system “hangups.” Check the
electrical installation to ensure proper system operation.
Power Circuit Protection
Protect the power circuit with an electrical line filter that prevents voltage
spikes from reaching the system.
Circuit Breakers and Receptacles
Make sure circuit breakers furnishing power to the system are the correct
size to protect the system. Make sure all receptacles are wired for threewire power distribution (line, neutral and ground).
All power receptacles servicing any equipment that is directly cableconnected to the system must have a single, common grounding point. The
ground wire must be at true ground potential with a resistance (measured
at the power panel bus) of five ohms or less between the bus bar and earth.
The ground wire is the “third wire” type (not conduit ground).
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Power Cords
Motorola systems have detachable power cords that you can plug in at both
the wall socket and the equipment. Place the chassis within six feet of the
electric receptacle.
Note
Do not use extension cords.
Cables
Your CPX2000 Series system chassis, console and some other peripherals
use shielded cables. You can successfully use shielded cables for
communication over extended distances. Reliable communication over
cables longer than 50 feet, however, depends on the absence of electrical
noise, correct ground potentials at termination points and other variables.
Cable Planning
When planning the installation of cables:
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Do not run signal cables parallel to AC power cables if they are
within four inches of each other.
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Do not install signal cables close to electric motors, power line
regulators, relays or power supplies.
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Avoid laying signal cables close to air conditioners, copy machines,
water coolers and other similar equipment that generates power line
“noise.”
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Do not run signal cables near equipment that generates radio
frequency interference (for example, radio transmitters).
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Do not expose cables to moisture or heat. If you install signal cables
outdoors, use a conduit or raceway to protect them from lightning
and weather.
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Use shielded cable to ensure radio frequency compatibility.
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Caution
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Use the shortest possible cable between the single-board computer
and peripherals.
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To ensure maximum protection for equipment and operators, check
the protective grounds at each power outlet to make sure they are
adequate.
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Protect external interconnecting cables from physical damage
without endangering users. Install the cables under a raised floor if
possible. Avoid tight pulls against sharp corners.
To avoid the possibility of damage to equipment or
components during cabling, unplug all other devices in the
system before you begin with the installation of any additional
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System and Field Replaceable Units
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Introduction
This chapter gives you information about installing a CPX2000 Series
system. It also gives you information about removing and installing Field
Replaceable Units (FRUs). Refer to Table 3-1 for information about how
this chapter is organized.
Table 3-1. Chapter Organization
You can find information about:
On page:
following electrostatic discharge (ESD) and safety
procedures
3-2
safety considerations for lithium batteries
3-3
installing the CPX2000 Series chassis in a 19 inch
rack
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environmental considerations
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cooling the enclosure
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grounding the CPX2000 Series chassis
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connecting the system
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turning on the AC system
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installation troubleshooting
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system cables for the CPX2000 Series chassis
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removing and installing a CPU module
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removing and installing “hot swap” I/O modules
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removing and installing the CPU Transition
Module
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removing and installing the cooling fans
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removing and installing the 3.5 inch floppy drive,
CD-ROM drive or hard disk drive
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removing and installing the power supplies
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additional IDE devices on your CPX2000 system
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Table 3-1. Chapter Organization (Continued)
You can find information about:
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loading and unloading removable drive media
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caring for removable media
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loading and unloading a CD-ROM disc
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removing and installing the power switch panel
fuse
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Following Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) and Safety
Procedures
Motorola recommends that you use an antistatic wrist strap and a conductive
foam pad when installing or upgrading the system. Electronic components
such as disk drives, boards and memory modules can be extremely sensitive to
ESD. After removing the component from the chassis or its protective wrapper,
place the component flat on a grounded, static-free surface; and, in the case of
a board, component-side up. Do not slide the component over any surface.
If an ESD station is not available, you can avoid damage resulting from ESD
by wearing an antistatic wrist strap (available at electronics stores). Wrap one
end of a wrist grounding strap around your wrist. Attach the grounding end
(usually a piece of copper foil or an alligator clip) to an electrical ground. An
electrical ground can be a piece of metal that literally runs into the ground
(such as an unpainted metal pipe) or a metal part of a grounded electrical
appliance. An appliance is grounded if it has a three-prong plug and is plugged
into a three-prong grounded outlet. You cannot use the computer itself as a
ground, because it is unplugged when you work on it.
Warning
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Turn system power off and disconnect all power cords from
their sources before you perform these procedures. Failure to
turn the power off before opening the chassis can result in
personal injury or equipment damage. Hazardous voltage,
current and energy levels are present in this product. Power
switch terminals can have hazardous voltages present even
when the power switch is off. Do not operate the system with
the covers removed.
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Safety Considerations for Lithium Batteries
We use lithium batteries on some computer boards that install in CPX2000
Series systems. Follow these safety rules for proper battery operation and
to reduce equipment and personal injury hazards when handling lithium
batteries. Use the battery for its intended application only.
Note
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Caution
Do not re-charge, open, puncture or crush, incinerate, expose
to high temperatures or dispose of in your general trash
collection.
Do not service or replace the lithium battery in the field.
Contact your Motorola service representative to arrange for
service or battery replacement.
If you must replace the lithium battery use these guidelines.
Note
Warning
When replacing the battery, you must apply power to the
board to prevent data loss.
Dangerous voltages, capable of causing death, are present in
this equipment. Use extreme caution when handling, testing
and adjusting.
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Warning
Lithium batteries incorporate flammable materials such as
lithium and organic solvents. If lithium batteries are
mistreated or handled incorrectly, they may burst open and
ignite. This can result in injury and/or fire. When dealing with
lithium batteries, carefully follow the precautions listed below
to prevent accidents.
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Do not short-circuit.
Do not disassemble, deform or apply excessive pressure.
Do not heat or incinerate.
Do not apply solder directly.
Do not use different models, or new and old batteries together.
Do not charge.
Always check proper polarity.
To replace the on-board backup battery follow the steps below.
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Caution
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended
by the equipment manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries
according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
Avoid touching areas of integrated circuitry. Static discharge
can damage circuits.
Caution
Use ESD
1. Attach an ESD strap to your wrist.
2. Attach the other end of the ESD strap to the chassis as a ground.
Secure the ESD strap to your wrist and to ground throughout the
procedure.
Wrist Strap
Note
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Note that the system chassis may not be grounded if it is
unplugged.
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3. To remove the battery from the module, carefully pull the battery
from the socket.
4. Before installing a new battery, make sure the battery pins are clean.
5. Note the battery polarity and press the new battery into the socket.
Note
No soldering is required when the battery is in the socket.
6. Recycle or dispose of the old battery according to local regulations
and manufacturer’s instructions.
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Installing the CPX2000 Series Chassis in a 19
Inch Rack
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This section gives you information about front mounting or mid-mounting
the chassis in a 19 inch rack. The chassis ships with the mounting bracket
in the front mount position. To change to a mid-mount configuration:
1. Remove the four Phillips head screws (8-32 x 1/4) securing each
bracket to the side of the chassis.
2. Move the brackets to the mid-mount position.
3. Reinstall the four Phillips head screws for each bracket.
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Caution
Do not mount the chassis at the top of the rack. A top-heavy
rack can tip, causing damage to equipment and injury to
personnel.
Refer to the following section on “Grounding the CPX2000 Series
Chassis,” for grounding information before installing the chassis.
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Two people should perform the following steps to avoid
personal injury or damage to the equipment.
Caution
1. Slide the chassis into the front of the rack.
2. Attach with eight, 10-32 x 1/2 Phillips head screws.
Environmental Considerations
When installing the system in a particular environment, keep the
environmental specifications of the system components in mind. For
example, floppy and hard disk drives typically do not operate reliably
above 50º C (122º F) ambient temperature. In an enclosed environment
you need to consider the internal temperature rise over the worst case
external ambient temperature.
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Cooling the Enclosure
It is essential to properly cool all of the equipment used in a rack mounted
system. The components of the system require an input air temperature
below 40º C (104º F). Four internal DC powered fans cool the system’s
drives and CompactPCI modules in front. An empty chassis has three fans
(two in the lower card area and one behind the drive bay.) With a CPU
module installed there are four fans. Natural convection cools the
transition modules mounted in the back of the chassis. The rear-mounted
modules are typically transition boards with few active components. To
ensure adequate cooling:
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make sure to leave at least three inches at the front and back of the
system
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make sure all panels are in place
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fill or cover all module slots
Grounding the CPX2000 Series Chassis
Mount the chassis with metal screws or bolts that give a good electrical
connection between the screws or bolts and the mounting surface.
Note
Failure to observe proper grounding practices may cause a
variety of noise, electrostatic discharge and RFI (Radio
Frequency Interference) problems.
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Connecting the System
Use this procedure to connect your system.
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Caution
Before connecting the CPX2000 Series chassis to an AC/DC
source, verify that the DC source has reinforced insulation
acceptable to 250 Vrms. It should meet the requirements of
Telephone Network Voltage (TNV) or Safety Extra Low
Voltage (SELV) voltages, and the following safety agency
requirements:
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IEC950/EN60950
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UL 1950
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CSA 950
Connecting to any other type of AC/DC source violates IEC,
UL, and CSA safety approvals.
To connect your system:
1. Make sure the ON/OFF power switch on the front of the chassis is
set to OFF (O).
2. Make sure the ON/OFF power switch on the front of the AC or DC
power supply is set to OFF (O) (CPX2208DC and CPX2408 only).
3. Plug the socket end of the chassis power cord(s) packed with your
system into the AC inlet on the rear of the chassis.
4. Connect three wires to the power input block on the front of the DC
power supply (CPX2208DC only).
If you are using a monitor continue to step 5. If not, skip to step 8.
5. Connect the socket end of the monitor’s power cord into the
connector on the back of the monitor.
6. Connect one end of the monitor (video) cable into the port on the
monitor. (Not necessary if your monitor comes with the cable
attached.)
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7. Plug the other end of the video cable into the video connector on the
CompactPCI CPU or video card.
8. Connect the keyboard and mouse “Y” cable into their ports on the
CompactPCI CPU.
9. Plug all power cords into a grounded, surge-protected power source.
Turning on the AC System
Use this procedure to turn on an AC system.
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Warning
Cover all open module slots and put all panels in place before
turning on power. Slot covers, panels and the front security
door must remain in place during system operation. This is
necessary to avoid electrical shock, other possible hazards;
and to properly cool the chassis.
To power-up the system:
1. Move the rocker switch on the front of the DC power supply to ON
(I) (CPX2208DC only).
2. Move the rocker switch(es) on the front of the AC power supply(ies)
to ON (I) (CPX2408 only).
3. Move the rocker switch on the front of the chassis (behind the
security door) to ON (I). The system begins its normal start-up
routine and is ready to use.
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Installation Troubleshooting
Refer to Table 3-2 to solve some basic problems that may occur after
installing the chassis.
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Table 3-2. Guide for Troubleshooting CPX2000 Series Chassis
Installation
If:
Then:
Disk drives do not respond
Ensure that power and data
cables are firmly and properly
connected.
Green “power-on” LEDs fail to
light
Check the AC power cable and
check the AC fuse.
Cleaning and Preventive Maintenance
Motorola computer systems require minimal maintenance and care to keep
them operating properly. Once the installation is complete the most
important part of system maintenance is to regularly clean filters and
removable-media devices. Regular cleaning is a customer responsibility.
BIOS Error Reporting
The CPV5000 and CPV5300 CPUs run a standard BIOS which report
errors by a series of beep sounds or when an error message is displayed to
the screen. Refer to Table 3-3 for AMIBIOS error reporting information.
Table 3-3. AMIBIOS Error Reporting
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If:
Then:
The error occurs before the
display device initializes.
A series of beeps sound. Beep codes indicate that a
fatal error has occurred. Refer to Table 3-4
for information about the beep codes.
The error occurs after the display
device initializes.
The error message is displayed. A prompt to press
<F1> can also appear with displayed error
messages.
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Beep codes for fatal errors, which halt the boot process, are communicated
through a series of audible beeps. If AMIBIOS POST can initialize the
system video display, it displays the error message on the screen.
Displayed error messages, in most cases, let the system continue to boot.
Refer to Table 3-4 for a description of the AMIBIOS beep codes. Refer to
the CPV5300 CompactPCI BIOS and Programmer’s Reference Guide
(part number CPV5300A/PGx) for information about the CPV5300 with
the PhoenixBIOS.
Table 3-4. AMIBIOS Beep Codes for Fatal Errors on the System
This number
of Beeps:
With this error
message:
Tells you:
1
Refresh Failure
the memory refresh circuitry is faulty
2
Parity Error
about a parity error in the base memory (the first 64
KB block memory)
3
Base 64 KB Memory
Failure
about memory failure in first 64 KB
4
Timer Not Operational
about a memory failure in the first 64 KB of
memory, or Timer 1 is not functioning
5
Processor Error
the CPU generated an error
6
8042 - Gate A20 Failure
cannot switch to protected mode
7
Processor Exception
Interrupt Error
the CPU on the CPU card generated an exception
interrupt
8
Display Memory
Read/Write Error
the system video adapter is either missing or its
memory is faulty. This is not a fatal error
9
ROM Checksum Error
the ROM checksum value does not match the value
encoded in AMIBIOS
10
CMOS Shutdown
Register Read/Write
Error
the shutdown register for CMOS RAM has failed
11
Cache Memory Bad Do Not Enable Cache
the cache memory test failed. Cache memory is
disabled. Do not press <Ctrl> <Alt> <Shift> <+> to
enable cache memory
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System Cables for the CPX2000 Series
Chassis
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This section gives you information about the system cables shipped with
your chassis.
CPX2108 Cables
Cable set (CPVCABLE) ships as part of CPX2000 Series starter kits. It
includes:
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two - nine pin, serial port (COM1 and COM2) cables
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one - 25 pin, parallel port cable
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one - Y cable for keyboard and mouse connection
Other parts shipped with your CPX2108 chassis include:
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four - rubber feet, adhesive backed for desktop chassis mounting
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eight - Phillips head screws for rack mounting the chassis
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AC power cord - Refer to Table 3-5 for power cord information.
Table 3-5. AC Power Cords for the CPX2000 Systems
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Country
Replacement Cord
Designation
North America/Japan
CORDUS
Australia/New Zealand
CORDANZ
Denmark
CORDDN
France
CORDFR
Germany
CORDFRG
Italy
CORDIT
Sweden
CORDSW
United Kingdom
CORDUK
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CPX2208 Cables
A cable set (CPVCABLE) also ships as part of CPX2000 starter kits.
The CPX2000 Series starter kits include a SCSI “pass through” cable
(three drop) and front panel (CPXCABLESCSI4-F). This cable connects
the MCP750 front panel connector to the SCSI drive mounted in a drive
bay inside the chassis.
CPX2208 cables also include the PMC to panel cable (4.5 inch shielded
ribbon cable) (CPXCABLESCSI5-F).
Other parts shipped with your CPX2208 chassis include:
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four - rubber feet, adhesive backed for desktop chassis mounting
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eight - Phillips head screws for rack mounting the chassis
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power cord - Refer to Table 3-5 for power cord information
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one - Y cable for keyboard and mouse connection
CPX2408 Cables
Cable set (CPVCABLE-2) ships with your CPX2408 chassis. It includes
one Y-cable for keyboard and mouse connection.
Other parts shipped with your CPX2408 chassis include:
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four - rubber feet, adhesive backed for desktop chassis mounting
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eight - Phillips head screws for rack mounting the chassis
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AC power cord - Refer to Table 3-5 for AC power cord information.
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Removing and Installing a CPU Module
This section tells you how to remove CPU modules from your chassis and
reinstall them.
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Upper
Card Guide
Injector/
Ejector
Levers
System
(CPU) Slot
Lower
Card Guide
(Red)
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Tools You Need
You need a number 1, Phillips head screwdriver.
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Removing a CPU module
Use this procedure to remove a CPU module from the chassis.
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!
Caution
Set the main power switch on the front of the chassis to OFF
(O). Set the power supply switch(es) to OFF (O)
(CPX2208DC and CPX2408 only).
1. Set the power switch(es) to OFF (O).
!
Your system may have multiple power supply cords.
Disconnect all power supply cords before servicing.
Warning
2. Remove power from the system by disconnecting the power cord(s)
from the source.
!
Caution
Handling modules and peripherals can result in static damage.
Use a grounded wrist strap, static-dissipating work surfaces
and anti-static bags for component storage.
3. Disconnect any cables attached to the front of the module.
4. Completely loosen the module’s captive screws. Refer to the figure
on page 3-16.
5. Press the ejector levers outward at the same time to eject the
module.
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6. Pull the module from the chassis.
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Step 4
Step 5
Step 6
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Installing a CPU module
Use this procedure to install a CPU module into the chassis.
1. Align the module with the upper and lower card guides in the
chassis and make sure the ejection levers are open. Refer to the
figure on page 3-17.
2. Carefully install the top and bottom edge of the module in the upper
and lower card guides of the chassis and slide the module into the
chassis until you feel resistance (approximately 1/4 inch short of full
insertion).
3. Press the ejection levers inward simultaneously until they lock into
their slots.
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4. Tighten the captive screws on the top and bottom of the panel.
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Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
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Removing and Installing “Hot Swap” I/O
Modules
This section tells you how to remove and install “hot swap” I/O modules.
!
Warning
Only properly trained service personnel should remove or
install “hot swap” I/O modules. Do not touch bare parts inside
the enclosure because of the possible presence of hazardous
energy levels.
You can remove “hot swap” I/O modules without removing power from
the system. Refer to Appendix D, “Related Documentation” for
information about the PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturer’s Group
(PICMG) Hot Swap Specification.
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Note
3
!
Caution
Make sure that your I/O module manufacturer identifies your
I/O module as “hot swap” ready.
Handling modules and peripherals can result in static damage.
Use a grounded wrist strap, static-dissipating work surfaces
and anti-static bags for component storage.
Removing a “Hot Swap” I/O Module
Use this procedure to remove a “hot swap” I/O module from the chassis.
1. Completely loosen the module’s captive screws. Refer to the figure
on page 3-16.
2. Begin pressing the ejector levers outward.
Note
Make sure the blue LED on the front of your hot swap I/O
module illuminates as you begin to withdraw the module
from the chassis. This LED tells you that the CPU has
stopped communicating with your hot swap I/O module and
that you can continue to withdraw the module.
3. Continue to press the ejector levers outward.
4. Pull the module from the chassis.
Installing a “Hot Swap” I/O Module
Install a hot swap I/O module the same way you would install a CPU
module. Refer to the previous procedure under, “Installing a CPU
Module.”
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Removing and Installing the CPU Transition
Module
This section tells you how to remove and replace a transition module. The
transition module mounts at the rear of the chassis.
Tools You Need
You need a number 1, Phillips head screwdriver, with a four inch shaft.
Removing the CPU Transition Module
Use this procedure to remove the CPU Transition Module from the chassis.
!
Caution
Set the main power switch on the front of the chassis to OFF
(O). Set the power supply switch(es) to OFF (O)
(CPX2208DC and CPX2408 only).
1. Set the main power switch to OFF (O).
2. Set the power supply switch(es) to OFF (O) (CPX2208DC and
CPX2408 only).
3. Disconnect the power cord(s) from the source to make sure that you
remove power from the system.
!
System may have multiple power supply cords. Disconnect all
power supply cords before servicing.
Warning
4. Remove the six screws from the rear panel covering the transition
module cage (CPX2108 only).
5. Remove the panel (CPX2108 only).
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!
3
Caution
Handling modules and peripherals can result in static damage.
Use a grounded wrist strap, static-dissipating work surfaces
and anti-static bags for component storage.
6. Identify and remove any cables attached to the transition module.
7. Grasp the module firmly and disengage it from its backplane
connectors by pulling straight out.
CPX2108 Chassis
Primary IDE
Secondary IDE
Floppy Drive
Connector
SCSI Connector
CPU Transition Module
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CPX2208/CPX2408 Chassis
CPU Transition
Module
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8. Reverse this procedure to install a module.
!
Caution
When installing the transition module be careful to properly
align the transition module connectors with the connector pins
on the backplane to avoid bending the pins.
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Removing and Installing the Cooling Fans
This section tells you how to remove and replace the two cooling fans in
the hot swap fan tray located beneath the module cage. You can remove
the fan tray without turning off system power.
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Tools You Need
You need a slotted head screwdriver to remove or install the fan tray.
Removing and Installing the Fan Tray
To remove the fan tray:
1. Loosen the two captive screws securing the fan tray vent to the
chassis. Refer to the figure on page 3-23.
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2. Tip the fan tray vent away from the chassis and remove.
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Fan Tray
Captive Screws
Fan Tray Vent
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3. Begin sliding the fan tray out the front of the chassis. This
automatically disengages it from its backplane connector.
4. Wait approximately 30 seconds for the fans to stop rotating.
!
Do not catch fingers in the rotating fans as you slide the fan
tray out and away from the chassis.
Caution
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5. Reverse this procedure to install the fan tray.
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!
Do not let the chassis overheat when hot swapping the fan
tray. Install the replacement unit immediately.
Caution
Removing and Installing the 3.5 Inch Floppy
Drive, CD-ROM Drive or Hard Disk Drive
This section tells you how to remove and replace a floppy drive, CD-ROM
drive or hard disk drive through the front of the chassis. Note that the
CPX2408 chassis may have up to three hard disk drives.
Note
Install only floppy drives in the bottom drive bay in
CPX2408/CPX2408T configurations.
Tools You Need
You need a number 1, Phillips head screwdriver to remove or install
system drives.
Removing and Installing the Drives
To remove or install a drive in the chassis:
Caution
Set the main power switch to OFF (O). Set the power supply
switch(es) to OFF (O) where necessary. Disconnect all power
cords from their sources before working on the chassis.
!
System may have multiple power supply cords. Disconnect all
power supply cords before servicing.
!
Warning
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1. Remove the drive bay door by compressing the spring loaded hinge
pin at the top corner of the door.
Spring loaded
Hinge Pin
3
Hinge Pin
(bottom of door)
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2. Remove the four screws on the left side of the drive bay panel.
Drive Bay Panel
Mounting Screws
3
Floppy Drive, CD-ROM and
Hard Disk Drive Panel
3.5" Floppy
Drive
CD-ROM
Drive
Hard Disk
Drive
FLOPPY
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3. Tip the left side of the drive bay panel outward and slip the four ears
out of the slots on the right side of the chassis.
!
Caution
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4. At the front of the chassis, remove the two 6-32 screws fastening the
floppy drive, CD-ROM drive or hard disk drive to the chassis.
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Fastening
Screws
Fastening
Screws
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5. At the rear of the chassis, remove the four screws securing the rear
drive bay panel and set the panel aside.
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6. At the rear of the chassis disconnect the appropriate data cables and
power cables from their connectors. Refer to:
a. “CPX2000 Series SCSI Device Connections (CPV5000), Tape
Drive Configuration”, (Figure 3-1)
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Figure 3-1. CPX2000 Series SCSI Device Connections (CPV5000) Tape Drive
Configuration
to the SCSI Connector
on the CPU Transition
Module
Always Empty
Tape Drive
Power Cable
Tape Drive
CD-ROM
Power Cable
CD-ROM
Drive
Hard Disk Drive
Power Cable
Hard Disk
Drive
Terminator
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b. “CPX2000 Series SCSI Device Connections (CPV5000),
Floppy Drive Configuration”, (Figure 3-2)
Figure 3-2. CPX2000 Series SCSI Device Connections (CPV5000) Floppy
Drive Configuration
Floppy Disk Drive
Power Cable
to Floppy Drive Connector
on the CPU Transition
Module
Floppy
Drive
to SCSI Connector on
CPU Transition Module
Floppy Disk Drive
Power Cable
CD-ROM
Drive
Hard Disk Drive
Power Cable
Hard Disk
Drive
Terminator
Connector for 2nd
and 3rd hard disk
drive (if used)
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c. “CPX2000 Series SCSI Device Connections (MCP750), Floppy
Drive Configuration”, (Figure 3-3)
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Figure 3-3. CPX2000 Series SCSI Device Connections (MCP750) Floppy
Drive Configuration
Floppy Disk Drive
Power Cable
to Floppy Drive Connector
on the CPU Transition
Module
Floppy
Drive
to the SCSI Connector on
the Chassis Front Panel
Open1
connects to CD-ROM
Power Cable connector
CD-ROM
Power Cable
CD-ROM
Drive
Hard Disk Drive
Power Cable
Hard Disk
Drive
1
available for 3rd device if no floppy
Connector for 2nd
and 3rd hard disk
drive (if used)
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d. “CPX2000 Series SCSI Device Connections (MCP750), No
Floppy Drive Configuration”, (Figure 3-4)
Figure 3-4. CPX2000 Series SCSI Device Connections (MCP750) - No Floppy
Drive Configuration
to the SCSI Connector on
the Chassis Front Panel
Open
CD-ROM
Power Cable
CD-ROM
Drive
Hard Disk Drive
Power Cable
Hard Disk
Drive
Connector for 2nd
and 3rd hard disk
drive (if used)
Terminator
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e. “CPX2000 Series IDE Device Connections”, (Figure 3-5)
Figure 3-5. CPX2000 Series IDE Device Connections
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Floppy Drive
Floppy Disk Drive
Power Cable
to Floppy Drive Connector
on the CPU Transition
Module
CD-ROM Drive
Empty
CD-ROM
Power Cable
to Secondary on CPU
Transition Module
Hard Drive
Empty
Connector for 2nd
and 3rd hard disk
drive (if used)
Hard Drive
Power Cable
to Primary on CPU
Transition Module
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7. Slide the floppy drive, CD-ROM drive or hard disk drive out the
front of the chassis.
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Drive Rail
Guides
Floppy Drive
Drive Rails
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For the floppy drive and hard disk drive, use the following steps 8 through
12.
8. Remove the four screws (4-40) holding the two drive rails (one on
each side) to the sides of the drive carrier.
9. Remove the drive rails from the sides of the carrier.
10. Remove the four or six screws holding the drive in the carrier.
11. Remove the drive from the carrier
12. Reverse this procedure to install a drive back into the chassis.
For the CD-ROM drive, use the following steps 13 through 15:
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13. Remove the four screws (4-40) holding the two drive rails (one on
each side) to the sides of the CD-ROM case.
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Drive Rail
Guides
CD-ROM Drive
Drive Rails
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14. Remove the drive rails from the CD-ROM case.
15. Reverse this procedure to install a drive back into the chassis.
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Removing and Installing the Power Supplies
This section tells you how to remove and reinstall the power supply
assembly in the CPX2108, CPX2208, and CPX2408 chassis.
!
Warning
3
Only properly trained service personnel should remove or
install power supplies. Do not touch bare parts inside the
enclosure because of the possible presence of hazardous
energy levels.
Removal of the power supply gives you access to high
voltages. Set the power switch to OFF (O). Set the power
supply switch(es) to OFF (O) where necessary. Disconnect all
power cords from their sources before working on the chassis.
Let the capacitors in the power supply discharge for one
minute.
Tools You Need
You need these tools to remove or install a power supply:
❏
a number 1, Phillips head screwdriver
❏
a number 1, Phillips head screwdriver (right angle)
Removing and Installing a Power Supply
Use this procedure to remove or install a power supply.
1. Set the main power switch to OFF (O).
2. Set the power supply switch(es) to OFF (O) where necessary.
!
Your system may have multiple power supply cords.
Disconnect all power supply cords before servicing.
Warning
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3. Disconnect the power cord(s) from the source to make sure that you
remove power from the system.
3
!
Caution
Handling modules and peripherals can result in static damage.
Use a grounded wrist strap, static-dissipating work surfaces
and anti-static bags for component storage.
Note
Steps 4 through 23 apply to the CPX2108 or CPX2208 only.
4. Remove the four screws mounting the power supply to its back
panel.
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5. Remove the four screws securing the rear drive bay panel and move
the panel out of the way. It is still connected by the exhaust fan
wires.
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Exhaust Vent
for Drive Bays
Exhaust Vent for
the Card Cage
CPX2108/CPX2208 Chassis
Rear Drive
Bay Panel
Power Supply
Mounting Screws
Power Supply
Power Supply
Back Panel
Power Supply
Exhaust Fan
Removable
Rear Panel
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6. Remove the security door by compressing the spring loaded hinges
at the top and bottom corners of the door.
3
Spring loaded
Hinge Pin
CPX2108/CPX2208 Chassis
Hinge Pin
(bottom of door)
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7. Remove the four screws securing the front drive bay panel to the
chassis.
Drive Bay Panel
Mounting Screws
3
Floppy Drive, CD-ROM and
Hard Disk Drive Panel
3.5" Floppy
Drive
CD-ROM
Drive
Hard Disk
Drive
FLOPPY
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8. Tip the left side of the panel outward and slip the four tabs out of the
slots on the right side of the chassis.
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9. Remove the two screws holding the power switch panel in place.
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Power Supply
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Power
Switch
Panel
Fuse Holder
Power Switch
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10. Lift up on the panel and slide the four tabs located along the lower
edge of the panel, out of their slots in the chassis.
11. Disconnect three wires attached to the power switch.
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12. Disconnect the green ground wire from the internal ground lug.
Note
Notice where these wires are connected to make sure they are
replaced properly later.
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13. Disconnect the top (black) wire from the fuse holder and set the
power switch panel aside.
14. On the bottom of the chassis, remove the two screws securing the
small cover panel and remove the cover panel (CPX2208 only).
Refer to the figure on page 3-42.
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15. Unplug the five connectors from the backplane (CPX2208 only).
Bottom Plate
Mounting Holes
3
CPX2208 bottom view
Power Supply Cables
and Connectors
Backplane
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16. Facing the front of the chassis, remove the two screws securing the
power supply to the right side of the chassis. Use a number 1,
Phillips head screwdriver (right angle). Refer to the figure on page
3-40. (CPX2108 only).
17. Facing the rear of the chassis, remove the six screws securing the
rear panel covering the backplane (CPX2108 only).
18. Disconnect the power supply wire bundles from their backplane
connectors (CPX2108 only).
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19. Facing the rear of the chassis, remove the four screws securing the
rear drive bay panel.
20. Facing the rear of the chassis, disconnect the power cable
connectors from the drives.
Note
3
Notice where these connectors attach to make sure they are
replaced properly later.
21. Pull these wires and connectors back through the access ports into
the power supply cage.
22. Remove the power supply:
a. through the front of the chassis for the CPX2108
b. through the rear of the chassis for the CPX2208
23. Reverse the above procedure to install a new power supply.
Removing and Installing AC Power Supplies in the CPX2408 System
This section tells you how to remove/install an AC power supply in the
CPX2408 system. If you need information about removing/installing an
AC/DC power supply, refer to the section titled, “Removing and Replacing
AC/DC Power Supplies in the CPX2408 System.”
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1. To remove a filler panel or power supply, press the Alarm Reset
Button to the left of the top fan on the back of the chassis.
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CPX2408 Chassis
Alarm
Reset Button
Top
Mounting Screw
Middle
Mounting Screws
Bottom
Mounting Screw
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2. Remove the top mounting screw and the two middle mounting
screws and remove the filler panel or slide the top supply out of the
chassis using the swing handle.
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Note
Middle mounting screws interfere with installation of the
power supply if not removed.
3. Verify that the AC 115/230 Voltage Selector Switch is in the same
position as the existing power supply.
4. Insert the second power supply and make sure it is seated firmly.
5. Install the three mounting screws. Do not tighten until all mounting
screws are in place.
6. Install the AC power cord.
7. Turn on the second power supply.
8. Verify that the LED on the second power supply comes on.
Removing and Replacing AC/DC Power Supplies in the CPX2408 System
This section tells you how to remove/install an AC/DC power supply in the
CPX2408 system. If you need information about removing/installing an
AC power supply, refer to the section titled, “Removing and Replacing AC
Power Supplies in the CPX2408 System.”
1. To remove a filler panel or AC/DC power supply, remove the
mounting screws.
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2. Remove the filler panel or slide the supply out of the chassis using
the power supply handle.
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CPX2408 Chassis
Blank
Filler Panels
Transition
Module
Exhaust Vent
for Drive Bays
Power on
LED
Power Supply
Exhaust Fan
Input
Power Plug
Mounting Screws
2585 0600
Note
Mounting screws interfere with installation of the power
supply if not removed.
3. Insert the second power supply and make sure it is seated firmly.
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4. Install the mounting screws. Do not tighten until all mounting
screws are in place.
5. Install the power cord.
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6. Turn on the second power supply.
7. Verify that the power-on LED on the second supply comes on.
Additional IDE Devices on Your CPX2000
System
CPX2108SK1 systems ship from the factory set as Configuration 2 in
Table 3-6. CPX2108SK2, CPX2208SK3 and CPX2208TSK2 systems ship
from the factory set as Configuration 13 in Table 3-6. Also refer to Table
3-6 for other possible configurations for IDE devices.
Note
CPX2208SK2 systems are configured at the factory for use
with Small Computer System Interfaces (SCSI) only.
Configuration 2
❏
CPU hard drive master connected to the primary, Channel 1 located
on the CPU
❏
CPU floppy drive connected to the floppy connector on the CPU
Configuration 13
❏
hard drive in a drive bay, set as Master only, connected to the
primary, Channel 1 on the CPU Transition Module
❏
CD-ROM master in a drive bay, connected to the secondary,
Channel 2 on the CPU Transition Module
❏
floppy drive in a drive bay, connected to the floppy connector on the
CPU Transition Module
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Configurations 12 and 14
You can set additional IDE devices for any of the configurations shown in
Table 3-6. To set devices for configurations 12 and 14; you must change
the jumper settings on the factory installed master hard drive from Master
only to Master Single with Slave. You must set the other hard drive as
Slave.
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Table 3-6. CPX2108/CPX2208 Configurations for Additional IDE Devices
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Configuration
IDE Device
CPU IDE Hard Drive
(Channel 1 - primary,
Master)
1
2
3
4
x
x
x
x
CPU IDE Flash
(Channel 1 - primary,
Master)
6
x
CPU IDE Flash
(Channel 1 - primary,
Slave)
CPU Floppy Drive
5
x
7
8
9
10
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Drive bay IDE Compact
Disc Drive (Channel 2 secondary, Master)
45mm Transition
Module (CPX2108)
80mm Transition
Module (CPX2208)
x
x
Drive bay IDE Hard
Drive (Channel 1 primary, Slave)
Drive bay Floppy Drive
13
x
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x
x
x
x
x
x
Drive bay IDE Hard
Drive (Channel 1 primary, Master)
12
x
x
x
11
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
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Loading and Unloading Removable Drive
Media
3
To load a floppy disk:
1. Turn ON system power.
2. Slide the floppy disk into the drive, label up and arrow forward.
To eject a floppy disk:
1. Press the button on the drive to release the floppy.
2. Pull the floppy disk out of the drive.
Caring for Removable Media
To prevent loss of data or damage to disks, store them in a protected
location that meets the following requirements:
❏
No direct sunlight
❏
No sources of magnetization
❏
No dust
❏
A temperature range of 10º to 52º C (50º to 125º F) or as stated on
the media cover. Try to keep the disks in the middle of this
temperature range for best storage results.
❏
A relative humidity range of 8% to 80%. The best storage humidity
environment is at the middle of this range.
To prevent damage to data on the disks, avoid touching the exposed
surfaces or breaking open the protective coverings on the media.
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Loading and Unloading a CD-ROM Disc
To load a CD-ROM disc:
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1. Turn ON system power.
2. Press the eject button on the front of the drive. The tray opens.
3. Place a CD-ROM disc in the tray, with the label facing up. Make
sure the disc is lying flat and centered in the tray.
4. Push the tray in until it closes or push the eject button.
To eject the CD-ROM disc:
1. Press the eject button on the front of the drive.
2. Lift the disc out of the carrier and return it to its original container.
Removing and Installing the Power Switch
Panel Fuse
This section tells you how to remove and install the power switch panel
fuse.
Tools You Need
You need a slotted head screwdriver.
Replacing the Fuse
To remove the power switch panel fuse:
1. Disconnect the power cord(s) and set the main power switch to OFF
(O).
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3
System may have multiple power supply cords. Disconnect all
power supply cords before servicing.
Warning
2. Set the power supply switch(es) to OFF (O) where necessary.
3. Insert a flat head screwdriver into the fuse cap. Refer to the figure
on page 3-40 for the location of the fuse cap.
4. While pushing in, turn the fuse cap 1/4 turn, counterclockwise until
the cap loosens.
5. Remove pressure and the cap pops part way out.
6. Pull the fuse cap and fuse the rest of the way out of the fuse
assembly.
7. Check the fuse and, if necessary, replace with a 250V, 8A fuse.
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A
Specifications for the CPX2000 Series Chassis
A CompactPCI CPX2000 Series system requires minimum maintenance
and care to keep it operating properly. A proper environment for the
system means placing the unit within the appropriate temperature,
humidity and altitude ranges. For the best system performance keep
environmental parameters as close as possible to the middle of these
environmental ranges. Environmental conditions should not change
abruptly. Refer to Table A-1 for CPX2000 Series chassis specifications.
Figure A-1 and Figure A-2 give you CPX2108 and CPX2208/CPX2408
chassis dimension drawings.
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Specifications for the CPX2000 Series Chassis
Table A-1. Specifications for the CPX2000 Series Chassis
Specifications
Chassis Dimensions
Description
CPX2108 Chassis:
17.3 inches wide (439 mm)
14 inches high (355.6 mm)
11.5 inches deep (292.1 mm)
CPX2208/CPX2408 Chassis:
17.3 inches wide (439 mm)
14 inches high (355.6 mm)
14.375 inches deep (365.1 mm)
Chassis Weight
CPX2108 Chassis:
41 to 43 lbs. (18 to 20 kg) with peripherals and CPU installed
36 lbs. (16 kg) without cards or peripherals
CPX2208 Chassis:
45 to 49 lbs. (20 to 22 kg) with peripherals and CPU installed
39 lbs. (17.5 kg) without cards or peripherals
CPX2408 Chassis:
45 to 60 lbs. (20 to 27 kg) with two power supplies and five
drives installed
40 lbs. (18 kg) without cards or peripherals
Backplane
- hot swap
- PICMG 2.0 Rel 2.1 compliant
- supports 32 and 64 bit PCI architectures
- seven 6U (233mm x 160mm x 20.3mm) x 4HP (.8 inch)
adapter card slots, one 6U x 16HP (3.2 inch) system CPU slot
- ENUM signal (J1:C25) bussed per the PCI Industrial
Computer Manufacturer’s Group (PICMG) Hot Swap
Specification1
- individual clock lines to all adapter card slots per the
PICMG Hot Swap Specification1
- J1/J2 pin staging per the PICMG Hot Swap Specification1
1
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Table A-1. Specifications for the CPX2000 Series Chassis (Continued)
Specifications
Power Supply
Description
CPX2108/CPX2208 AC/DC power supply
PS/2 style with MTBF>90,000 hours
Output: 400W @ 50º C
+5V, 30A (range 24 to 30A)
+3.3V, 28A (range 20 to 28A)
+12V, 14A
-12V, 1A
CPX2208 DC/DC power supply
PS/2 style with MTBF>90,000 hours
Output: 400W @ 50º C
+5V, 42A
+3.3V, 20A
+12V, 14A
-12V, 1A
CPX2408 AC/DC power supply
PS/2 style with MTBF 100,000 hours at 25º C
Output: 400W @ 50º C
+5V, 50A
-5V, 1.5A
+3.3V, 30A
+12V, 15A
-12V, 1.5A
Minimum load per power supply:
+5V, 1.5A
-5V, 0.0A
+3.3V, 0.25A
+12V, 0.25A
-12V, 0.0A
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Specifications for the CPX2000 Series Chassis
Table A-1. Specifications for the CPX2000 Series Chassis (Continued)
Specifications
Input Voltage
Description
CPX2108/CPX2208 AC/DC power supply
90 - 264 Vac auto-sensing, 48 - 63 Hz (fuse protected)
16 ms hold time for 5V at normal input voltage
CPX2208 DC/DC power supply
-32 Vdc to -72 Vdc input
CPX2408 AC/DC power supply
115/230 Vac input, 47 - 63 Hz
Environmental
CPX2108/CPX2208/CPX2408 AC/DC power supply
Temperature: +5º C to +40º C (operating)
-20º C to +70º C (storage)
Humidity: 5% to 95% @40º C (operating)
0% to 95% @ 40º C (storage)
Altitude: 6000 feet (1829 m) (operating) / 50,000 feet (15,240
m) (storage)
Shock: 10G @ 10ms duration (operating) 40G @ 10ms
duration (storage)
Vibration: 1.5G @ 5 to 150Hz (operating) / 5G @ 5 to 150Hz
(storage)
Static Discharge: IEC 801-2 Level 3 (8KV)
Acoustic Noise: >54 dBA (peripherals idle, at 1 m)
CPX2208 DC/DC power supply
Temperature: 0º C to +50º C (operating)
-20º C to +60º C (storage)
Humidity: 20% to 90% non-condensing (operating)
5% to 95% non-condensing (storage)
Altitude: 10,000 feet (3048 m) (operating) / 40,000 feet
(12,192 m) (storage)
Audible Noise: 40 dB maximum
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Table A-1. Specifications for the CPX2000 Series Chassis (Continued)
Specifications
Regulatory Conformance
Description
CPX2108/CPX2208 AC/DC power supply
Safety: UL1950, 2nd edition; CUL; VDE
Flammability: Backplane material FR-4, UL 94V-1
EMI/RFI: FCC Class A; CE Mark to CISPR 22 for
CPX2108SK1 - Class A
CPX2108SK2 - Class B
ESD: Per IEC 801-2/3/4/5, Level 3
CPX2208 DC/DC power supply
Safety: UL1950, 3rd edition and CSA certified to Standard
22.2 #950M95 with no D3 deviations.
Flammability: For any plastic exposed to the user, UL 94-5V
EMI: FCC Class B and EN 55022, Class B
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Specifications for the CPX2000 Series Chassis
17.3”
(439 mm)
CPX2000 Series
14"
(355.6mm)
FRONT VIEW
FLOPPY
6U
(233.35mm)
4HP (Adapter Card Slot) 16HP (System CPU Slot)
17.3"
(439 mm)
REAR VIEW
14"
(355.6mm)
11.5"
(292.1mm)
14"
(355.6mm)
SIDE VIEW
2130 9802
Figure A-1. Dimensions for the CPX2108 Chassis
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17.3"
(439.7mm)
FRONT VIEW
14"
(355.6mm)
CPX2000 Series
O
I
17.3"
(439.7mm)
14"
(355.6mm)
REAR VIEW
14.375"
(365.8 mm)
SIDE VIEW
14"
(355.6mm)
2222 9805
Figure A-2. Dimensions for the CPX2208DC/CPX2408 Chassis
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B
Refer to Table B-1 for information about pin assignments for CompactPCI
backplane connectors.
Table B-1. Backplane Connector Pin Assignments
For CompactPCI:
32-Bit Pin Assignments
64-Bit Pin Assignments
Backplane Connector Pin
assignments
For:
Refer to:
(J1)
Table B-2 on page B-2
(J2)
Table B-3 on page B-3
(J1)
Table B-4 on page B-4
(J2)
Table B-5 on page B-5
(J4)
Table B-6 on page B-6
(J5)
Table B-7 on page B-7
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CompactPCI 32-Bit Pin Assignments for J1
B
CompactPCI 32-Bit Pin Assignments for J1
Table B-2. CompactPCI 32-Bit Pin Assignments for J1
Pin
Z
A
B
D
E
F
GND
5V
REQ64#
ENUM#
3.3V
5V
GND
24
GND
AD[1]
5V
V(I/O)
AD[0]
ACK64#
GND
23
GND
3.3V
AD[4]
AD[3]
5V
AD[2]
GND
22
GND
AD[7]
GND
3.3V
AD[6]
AD[5]
GND
21
GND
3.3V
AD[9]
AD[8]
M66EN
C/BE[0]#
GND
20
GND
AD[12]
GND
V(I/O)
AD[11]
AD[10]
GND
19
GND
3.3V
AD[15]
AD[14]
GND
AD[13]
GND
18
GND
SERR#
GND
3.3V
PAR
C/BE[1]#
GND
17
GND
3.3V
SDONE
SBO#
GND
PERR#
GND
16
GND
DEVSEL#
GND
V(I/O)
STOP#
LOCK#
GND
15
GND
3.3V
FRAME#
IRDY#
GND
TRDV
GND
11
GND
AD[18]
AD[17]
AD[16]
GND
C/BE[2]#
GND
10
GND
AD[21]
GND
3.3V
AD[20]
AD[19]
GND
9
GND
C/BE[3]#
IDSEL
AD[23]
GND
AD[22]
GND
8
GND
AD[26]
GND
V(I/O)
AD[25]
AD[24]
GND
7
GND
AD[30]
AD[29]
AD[28]
GND
AD[27]
GND
6
GND
REQ#
GND
3.3V
CLK
AD[31]
GND
5
GND
BRSVP1A5 BRSVP1B5 RST#
GND
GNT#
GND
4
GND
BRSVP1A4 GND
V(I/O)
INTP
INTS
GND
3
GND
INTA#
INTB#
INTC#
5V
INTD#
GND
2
GND
TCK
5V
TMS
TDO
TDI
GND
1
GND
5V
-12V
TRST#
+12V
5V
GND
12,13,14
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25
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B
Table B-3. CompactPCI 32-Bit Pin Assignments for J2
Pin
Z
A
B
C
D
E
F
22
GND
GA4
GA3
GA2
GA1
GA0
GND
21
GND
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
GND
20
GND
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
GND
19
GND
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
GND
18
GND
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
GND
17
GND
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
GND
16
GND
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
GND
15
GND
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
GND
14
GND
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
GND
13
GND
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
GND
12
GND
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
GND
11
GND
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
GND
10
GND
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
GND
9
GND
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
GND
8
GND
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
GND
7
GND
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
GND
6
GND
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
GND
5
GND
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
GND
4
GND
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
GND
3
GND
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
GND
2
GND
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
GND
1
GND
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
BP(I/O)
GND
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CompactPCI 64-Bit Pin Assignments for J1
Table B-4. CompactPCI 64-Bit Pin Assignments for J1
Pin
Z
A
B
D
E
F
GND
5V
REQ64#
ENUM#
3.3V
5V
GND
24
GND
AD[1]
5V
V(I/O)
AD[0]
ACK64#
GND
23
GND
3.3V
AD[4]
AD[3]
5V
AD[2]
GND
22
GND
AD[7]
GND
3.3V
AD[6]
AD[5]
GND
21
GND
3.3V
AD[9]
AD[8]
M66EN
C/BE[0]#
GND
20
GND
AD[12]
GND
V(I/O)
AD[11]
AD[10]
GND
19
GND
3.3V
AD[15]
AD[14]
GND
AD[13]
GND
18
GND
SERR#
GND
3.3V
PAR
C/BE[1]#
GND
17
GND
3.3V
SDONE
SBO#
GND
PERR#
GND
16
GND
DEVSEL#
GND
V(I/O)
STOP#
LOCK#
GND
15
GND
3.3V
FRAME#
IRDY#
GND
TRDV
GND
11
GND
AD[18]
AD[17]
AD[16]
GND
C/BE[2]#
GND
10
GND
AD[21]
GND
3.3V
AD[20]
AD[19]
GND
9
GND
C/BE[3]#
IDSEL
AD[23]
GND
AD[22]
GND
8
GND
AD[26]
GND
V(I/O)
AD[25]
AD[24]
GND
7
GND
AD[30]
AD[29]
AD[28]
GND
AD[27]
GND
6
GND
REQ#
GND
3.3V
CLK
AD[31]
GND
5
GND
BRSVP1A5 BRSVP1B5 RST#
GND
GNT#
GND
4
GND
BRSVP1A4 GND
V(I/O)
INTP
INTS
GND
3
GND
INTA#
INTB#
INTC#
5V
INTD#
GND
2
GND
TCK
5V
TMS
TDO
TDI
GND
1
GND
5V
-12V
TRST#
+12V
5V
GND
12,13,14
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B
Table B-5. CompactPCI 64-Bit Pin Assignments for J2
Pin
Z
A
B
C
D
E
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
BRSVP2A18
BRSVP2B18
BRSVP2C18
GND
BRSVP2E18
GND
17
GND
BRSVP2A17
GND
PRST#
REQ6#
GNT6#
GND
16
GND
BRSVP2A16
BRSVP2B16
DEG#
GND
BRSVP2E16
GND
15
GND
BRSVP2A15
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)
BRSVP2B4
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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B
Backplane Connector Pin Assignments for J4
Table B-6. Backplane Connector Pin Assignments (J4)
Pin
Number
E
D
C
B
A
25
GND
VCC
LANB RD-
LANB RD+
LANB TD-
reserved
GND
24
GND
BT1
GND
DASP-
CS3-
CS1-
GND
23
GND
DA2
DA0
GND
DA1
IOCS16-
GND
22
GND
INTRQ
DMACK-
LANB TD+
IORDY
GND
GND
21
GND
DIOR-
GND
DIOW-
GND
DMARQ
GND
20
GND
PDIAG- GND
DD15
DD0
DD14
GND
19
GND
DD1
DD13
DD2
DD12
DD3
GND
18
GND
DD11
DD4
DD10
DD5
DD9
GND
17
GND
DD6
DD8
DD7
GND
DRESET-
GND
16
GND
GND
RD-
RD
TD-
TD
GND
15
GND
LED1_2 LED3
VCC
VCC
GND
GND
11
GND
GND
GND
reserved
DACVSS
BLUE
GND
10
GND
GREEN
RED
VSYNC
HSYNC
DDCCLK
GND
9
GND
LANB
LED3
DDCDAT
LANB
LED1_2
GND
GND
GND
8
GND
SCD12
SCD13
SCD14
SCD15
SCDPH-
GND
7
GND
SCD0
SCD1
SCD2
SCD3
SCD4
GND
6
GND
SCD5
SCD6
SCD7
SCDPL-
GND
GND
5
GND
GND
VCC
VCC
GND
GND
GND
4
GND
ATN-
GND
BSY-
SACK-
SRST-
GND
3
GND
MSG-
SEL-
CD-
SREQ-
IO-
GND
2
GND
SCD8
SCD9
SCD10
SCD11
1
GND
FAN3
FAN2
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SSCL
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Table B-7. Backplane Connector Pin Assignments (J5)
Pin
Number
F
E
D
C
B
A
Z
22
GND
SPKR
VCC
DIAG-
GND
PBRESET-
GND
21
GND
MCLK
MDAT
VCC
KBDCLK
KBDDAT
GND
20
GND
reserved
GND
reserved
reserved
VCC
GND
19
GND
UDATA0-
UDATA0+
VCC
GND
STB-
GND
18
GND
VCC
GND
UDATA1- UDATA1+
AFD-
GND
17
GND
PD0
ERR-
PD1
INIT-
PD2
GND
16
GND
SLIN-
PD3
PD4
PD5
PD6
GND
15
GND
PD7
ACK-
BUSY
PE
SLCT
GND
14
GND
DTR(1)
GND
RI(1)
CTS1
RTS(1)
GND
13
GND
TXD(1)
DSR1
RXD(1)
VCC
DCD(1)
GND
12
GND
DTR(2)
VCC
RI(2)
CTS2
RTS(2)
GND
11
GND
TXD(2)
DSR(2)
RXD(2)
GND
DCD(2)
GND
10
GND
DSKCHG-
HDSEL-
RDATA-
WPROT-
TR0-
GND
9
GND
WGATE-
WDATA-
STEP-
DIR-
MTR1-
GND
8
GND
DS0-
DS1-
MTR0
INDEX
DRVDENS1 GND
7
GND
DRVDENS0
DASP-
DA1
CS3-
CS1-
GND
6
GND
DA2
DA0
PDIAG-
GND
IOCS16-
GND
5
GND
DIOR-
DMACK-
DIOW-
IORDY
DMARQ
GND
4
GND
INTRQ
DD15
GND
DD0
DD14
GND
3
GND
DD1
DD13
DD2
DD12
DD3
GND
2
GND
DD11
DD4
DD10
DD5
DD9
GND
1
GND
DD6
DD8
DD7
DRESET-
RESET-
GND
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CPX2000: Installationsanleitung
C
Empfangen und Auspacken des Systems
Hinweis Falls die Versandkartons bei Empfang beschädigt sind, sollten
Sie den Lieferungsagenten bitten, bei dem Auspacken und der
Inspektion des Geräts anwesend zu sein.
Dem Gerät sollte eine Teileliste beiliegen, die alle im Lieferumfang des
Systems enthaltenen Teile auflistet. Vergleichen Sie diese Teileliste mit
den erhaltenen Teilen. Sollte die Teileliste nicht mit den erhaltenen Teilen
übereinstimmen, benachrichtigen Sie unverzüglich den Lieferungsagenten
und Motorola. Alle mit dem System bestellten Optionen sind werkseitig
installiert und nicht separat auf der Teileliste aufgelistet. Bewahren Sie die
Versandkartons auf, um sie ggf. wiederverwenden zu können.
1. Stellen Sie sicher, daß sich der Verpackungskarton in aufrechter
Position befindet.
2. Schneiden Sie das Verpackungsklebeband vorsichtig mit einem
Schneidemesser auf, und öffnen Sie dann den Karton.
3. Entfernen Sie die Kartonverpackung, das Schaumstoffverpackungsmaterial und die schützende Plastikverpackung.
4. Heben Sie das Chassis vorsichtig aus dem Karton, und plazieren Sie
es an dem gewünschten Aufstellungsort.
Richtlinien zum Aufstellen des Systems
❏
Stellen Sie das System in einem Bereich auf, der vor übermäßigen
Bewegungen und Erschütterungen geschützt ist.
❏
Installieren Sie das System im Hinblick auf Sicherheit. Stellen Sie
sicher, daß Kabel und Drähte den Zugang nicht behindern.
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❏
Lassen Sie Platz für eine ausreichende Luftzirkulation zur Kühlung.
Stellen Sie sicher, daß vor und hinter dem System mindestens 10 cm
Freiraum gelassen wird.
❏
Stellen Sie das System so auf, daß es problemlos gewartet werden
kann. Bei Wartungsarbeiten ist Zugang zur Vorder- und Rückseite
des Systems erforderlich.
❏
Stellen Sie das System in einem Bereich auf, an dem es Hitze,
Staub, Rauch und elektrostatischer Entladung (ESE) nicht
ausgesetzt ist.
ESE- und Sicherheitsmaßnahmen
ESE-Antistatikband
verwenden
Motorola empfiehlt, bei den Installations- oder Aufrüstarbeiten am System
ein Antistatikband und eine ableitende Schaumstoffunterlage zu
verwenden. Elektronische Komponenten, wie z.B. Plattenlaufwerke,
Platinen und Speichermodule, können gegen ESE äußerst empfindlich
sein. Nach dem Entfernen des Bauteils aus dem System oder aus der
Schutzhülle wird das Bauteil flach auf eine geerdete und statikfreie
Oberfläche gelegt, und im Falle einer Platine mit der Komponentenseite
nach oben. Das Bauteil nicht auf der Oberfläche hin und her bewegen.
Wenn kein ESE-Arbeitsplatz verfügbar ist, können ESE-Gefahren durch
das Tragen eines Antistatikbands vermieden werden (erhältlich in
Elektronik-Fachgeschäften). Dabei ist ein Ende des Bandes um das
Handgelenk zu legen. Das Erdungsende (normalerweise ein Stück
Kupferfolie oder eine Krokodilklemme) an einer elektrischen
Masseverbindung anschließen. Hierbei kann es sich um ein Stück Metall
handeln, daß direkt zur Erde führt (z.B. ein unbeschichtetes Metallrohr)
oder ein Metallteil eines geerdeten, elektrischen Gerätes. Ein elektrisches
Gerät ist geerdet, wenn es einen dreistiftigen Schukostecker besitzt, der in
eine Schuko-Steckdose gesteckt wird. Das System selbst kann nicht als
Masseverbindung verwendet werden, weil es bei allen Arbeiten vom Netz
getrennt wird.
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Sicherheits- und Betriebsbestimmungen
!
Warnung
Vor dem Ausführen dieser Verfahren ist die Stromzufuhr
des Systems auszuschalten und das System vom Stromnetz
zu trennen. Wenn der Strom vor dem Öffnen des Systems
nicht ausgeschaltet wird, besteht die Gefahr von
Körperverletzungen und Beschädigungen des Gerätes. Im
Gerät sind gefährliche Spannungen, Strom und Hochenergie
vorhanden. An den Anschlußpunkten der Betriebsschalter
können gefährliche Spannungen anliegen, auch wenn sich der
Schalter in der ausgeschalteten Position befindet. Das System
darf nicht bei abgenommener Gehäuseabdeckung betrieben
werden. Vor dem Einschalten des Systems ist die
Gehäuseabdeckung stets anzubringen.
Sicherheits- und Betriebsbestimmungen
CompactPCI-Chassis der Serie CPX2000 entsprechen den Sicherheitsund Betriebsstandards, die für einzelne Geräteteile gelten. Es ist jedoch
möglich, dieses Produkt mit anderen Einzelteilen zusammen zu
verwenden, die ein System ergeben, welches nicht den Systemrichtlinien
entspricht. Da Motorola nicht voraussehen kann, welche Geräte mit
diesem Gehäuse verwendet werden oder wie dieses Gehäuse verwendet
wird, ist der Systemintegrator und Installateur völlig dafür verantwortlich,
daß das gesamte fertiggestellte System den Sicherheitsanforderungen von
CSA/VDE sowie den EMI/HFI-Emissionsgrenzen entspricht.
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Vorsichtshinweise zur Lithium-Batterie
Dieses System enthält Lithium-Batterien.
!
Vorsicht
!
Vorsicht
Bei einem inkorrekten Auswechseln der Lithium-Batterien besteht
Explosionsgefahr. Wechseln Sie die Batterien nur mit dem gleichen oder
einem gleichwertigen Batterietyp, der von dem Gerätehersteller
empfohlen ist, aus. Entsorgen Sie gebrauchte Batterien gemäß den
Herstelleranweisungen.
Bitte nehmen Sie vor Ort keine Wartung bzw. Austausch der LithiumBatterie selber vor. Um die Batterie sachgemäß warten oder auswechseln
zu lassen, setzen Sie sich mit Ihrem Motorola-Servicevertreter in
Verbindung.
Betriebsumgebung
Bei der Installation des Systems in einer bestimmten Betriebsumgebung
sollten die technischen Daten zur Betriebsumgebung der
Systemkomponenten beachtet werden. Zum Beispiel: Der Betrieb von
Disketten- und Festplattenlaufwerken ist bei Umgebungstemperaturen
über 50º C (122º F) nicht mehr zuverlässig. Bei einem Gerät, das in einem
Gehäuse installiert ist, sollten Sie beachten, daß die interne
Umgebungstemperatur unter Umständen über die maximal mögliche,
externe Umgebungstemperatur ansteigen kann.
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Kühlen des Gehäuses
Kühlen des Gehäuses
Es ist äußerst wichtig, daß alle Geräte in einem Rack-System richtig
gekühlt werden. Die Eingangslufttemperatur der Systemkomponenten
muß unter 50º C (122º F) liegen. Interne durch Gleichstrom betriebene
Ventilatoren kühlen die Laufwerke und Module des Systems. Die
Übergangsmodule an der Rückseite des Chassis werden durch natürliche
Konvektion gekühlt. Um eine ausreichende Kühlung zu gewährleisten,
sollten Sie folgendes beachten:
❏
Stellen Sie sicher, daß vor und hinter dem System mindestens 10 cm
Freiraum gelassen wird.
❏
Stellen Sie sicher, daß die Verkleidungen aufgesetzt, alle vorderen
und rückwärtigen Schlitze gefüllt und alle Öffnung abgedeckt sind.
❏
Decken Sie alle nicht verwendeten Modulschlitze ab.
Stromkreisbelastung
Das Rack-System muß von einem völlig dedizierten Stromunterbrecher
mit Netzstrom versorgt werden. Schließen Sie kein anderes elektrisches
Gerät an eine Steckdose an, die mit dem Stromunterbrecher verbunden ist,
der das Rack-Gerät mit Strom versorgt.
Hinweis Wenn der Stromkreis überlastet ist und der Stromunterbrecher
den Stromkreis unterbricht, besteht die Gefahr von
Datenverlust.
Installation in ein 19-Zoll-Rack
!
Vorsicht
Befestigen Sie das Chassis nicht oben am Rack. Ein kopflastiges Rack
kann Umkippen und Geräte beschädigen sowie Personal verletzen.
Um Verletzungen von Personen oder Beschädigungen der Geräte zu
vermeiden sollten folgende Schritte von zwei Personen ausgeführt werden,
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1. Schieben Sie das Chassis vorne in das Rack.
2. Befestigen Sie das Chassis mit acht Kreuzschlitzschrauben.
Anschließen des Systems
1. Stellen Sie sicher, daß der Netzschalter (EIN/AUS) an der Rückseite
des Chassis auf AUS (O) gestellt ist.
2. Stellen Sie ggf. sicher, daß der Netzschalter (EIN/AUS) an der
Vorderseite des Gleichstrom- oder Wechselstromnetzteils auf AUS
(O) gestellt ist (dies gilt nur für CPX2208DC- und CPX2408Chassis).
3. Stecken Sie das Sockelende des im Lieferumfang des Systems
enthaltenen Chassisnetzkabels in die Netzsteckbuchse an der
Rückseite des Chassis.
4. Befestigen Sie ggf. die drei Drähte des Gleichstromkabels an dem
an der Vorderseite des Gleichstromnetzteils befindlichen
Klemmenbrett wie folgt (dies gilt nur für CPX2208DC-Chassis):
Rot auf LINE
Schwarz auf NEUTRAL
Grün auf GROUND
Wenn Sie ein Datensichtgerät anschließen wollen, setzen Sie die
Installation mit Schritt 5 fort. Falls nicht, gehen Sie zum Schritt 8.
5. Stecken Sie das Sockelende des Bildschirmnetzkabels in die
Anschlußbuchse an der Rückseite des Datensichtgeräts.
6. Stecken Sie ein Ende des Videokabels in die Anschlußbuchse des
Datensichtgeräts (Video). (Dieser Schritt erübrigt sich, wenn das
Videokabel permanent am Datensichtgerät befestigt ist.)
7. Stecken Sie das andere Ende des Videokabels in die
Videoanschlußbuchse an der CompactPCI-Prozessorplatine bzw.
Videoplatine.
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Einschalten des Netzstroms
8. Stecken Sie das Y-Kabel für Tastatur und Maus in die
entsprechenden Anschlußbuchsen an der CompactPCIProzessorplatine.
9. Stecken Sie alle Netzkabel in eine geerdete, gegen
Spannungsspitzen geschützte Schuko-Steckdose.
!
Warnung
Vor Wartungsarbeiten am Chassis ist das Netzkabel vom
Stromnetz zu trennen, um die Gefahr eines elektrischen
Schlags oder andere mögliche Gefahren zu reduzieren.
Einschalten des Netzstroms
!
Warnung
Decken Sie alle offenen Modulschlitze ab, und setzen Sie alle
Verkleidungen auf, bevor Sie den Netzstrom einschalten.
Diese Maßnahmen sind notwendig, um das Chassis
ordnungsgemäß zu kühlen und um die Gefahr eines
elektrischen Schlages und andere mögliche Gefahren zu
vermeiden. Während des Systembetriebs müssen die
Schlitzabdeckungen und die Verkleidungen angebracht sein.
Um den Netzstrom einzuschalten:
1. Bewegen Sie den Kippschalter an der Vorderseite des
Gleichstromnetzteils in die Position EIN (I). (Gilt nur für
CPX2208DC.)
2. Bewegen Sie den/die Kippschalter an der Vorderseite des/der
Wechselstromnetzteils in die Position EIN (I). (Gilt nur für
CPX2408.)
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3. Bewegen Sie den Kippschalter an der Vorderseite des Chassis
(hinter dem Sichetheitsdeckel befindlich) in die Position EIN (I).
Die normale Startroutine des Systems beginnt, und das System ist
einsatzbereit.
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DCPX2108/2208/2408 Starter Kits
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This appendix gives you information about these CPX2000 Series system
starter kits (Table D-1):
Table D-1. CPX2000 Series System Starter Kits
For information
about this kit:
Go to page:
CPX2108SK1
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CPX2108SK2
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CPX2208SK2-A
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CPX2208SK3
CPX2208SK10
CPX2208DCSK10
CPX2208TSK2
CPX2208TSK4
CPX2208TSK10
CPX2208TDCSK10
CPX2408ACSK20
CPX2408DCSK20
CPX2408TACSK20
CPX2408TDCSK20
CPX2408TACSK50
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D-6
D-7
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CPX2108 System Starter Kits
The CPX2108 system starter kits include:
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CPX2108SK1
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CPX2108SK2
The CPX2108 system starter kits include the CPX2108 System Assembly.
This assembly is an 8-slot CompactPCI Chassis with a “hot swap”
backplane and 400W power supply.
The CPX2108 is also available in separate “a la carte” system
configurations.
CPX2108SK1 Starter Kit
The CPX2108SK1 Starter Kit includes the:
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CjPX2108 CompactPCI Chassis
❏
200MHz Pentium® with MMX™ CPV5000 Single Board
Computer (CPV5000S-200-F)
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on-board floppy disk drive (CPVFLOPPY-F)
❏
4GB IDE on-board hard disk drive (CPVEIDE4GHD-F)
❏
32MB EDO DRAM (2 16MB SIMM’s) (MEME032-F)
❏
Windows NT® 4.0 Workstation Version (NT-WS4)
❏
cable set (CPVCABLE)
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CPX2108SK2 Starter Kit
The CPX2108SK2 Starter Kit includes the:
❏
CPX2108 CompactPCI Chassis
❏
233MHz Pentium with MMX CPV5000 Single Board Computer
(CPV5000S-233-F)
❏
floppy disk drive (bay mounted) (CPXFLOPPY-F)
❏
6GB IDE hard disk drive (bay mounted) (CPXEIDE6GHD-F)
❏
40 IDE CDROM drive (CPXEIDECDROM-F)
❏
I/O 45mm Transition Module (CPV5000TM45-F)
❏
32MB EDO DRAM (2 16MB SIMM’S)(MEME032-F)
❏
Windows NT 4.0 Workstation Version (NT-WS4)
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cable set (CPVCABLE)
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CPX2208 System Starter Kits
CPX2208 System Starter Kits
The CPX2208 system starter kits include:
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CPX2208SK2-A
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CPX2208SK3
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CPX2208SK10
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CPX2208DCSK10
❏
CPX2208TSK2
❏
CPX2208TSK4
❏
CPX2208TSK10
❏
CPX2208TDCSK10
They include the CPX2208 assembly for that system. This assembly is an
8-slot CompactPCI chassis with a hot swap backplane, 400W AC or DC
power supply and rear I/O.
CPX2208SK2-A Starter Kit
The CPX2208SK2-A Starter Kit includes the:
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CPX2208 CompactPCI Chassis
❏
233MHz MCP750 PowerPC® Processor with a 32Mb Memory
Mezzanine Card (MPC750-1232A-F)
❏
32X SCSI CD-ROM - bay mounted (CPXSCSICDROM-F) (set at
address SCSIID-5)
❏
1.44 MB, 3.5 inch floppy drive, bay mounted (CPXFLOPPY-F)
❏
4.3GB F/W SCSI hard drive - bay mounted (CPXSCSI4GHD-F)
(set at address SCSIID-0)
❏
Fast/Wide SCSI-2 PMC (MPMC101-F)
❏
SCSI “pass through” cable and front panel (CPXCABLESCSI4-F)
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PMC to panel cable (CPXCABLESCSI5-F)
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Y - cable for keyboard and mouse connection
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MCP750 rear transition module (TMCP700-001-F)
CPX2208SK3 Starter Kit
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The CPX2208SK3 Starter Kit includes the:
❏
CPX2208 CompactPCI Chassis
❏
233MHz Pentium with MMX CPV5000 Single Board Computer
(CPV5000S-233-F)
❏
CPV5000 Transition Module, 80mm (CPV5000TM80-F)
❏
40x IDE CD-ROM - bay mounted (CPXEIDECDROM-F)
❏
1.44 MB, 3.5 inch floppy drive with cable, bay mounted
(CPXFLOPPY-F)
❏
6GB EIDE hard drive - bay mounted (CPXEIDE6 GHD-F)
❏
#@ MB EDO DRAM (2 16MB SIMM’S) (MEME032-F)
❏
Windows NT 4.0 Workstation Version (NT-WS4)
❏
cable set (CPVCABLE)
❏
two internal IDE cables (one for disk and one for CD-ROM)
(CPXCABLEIDE1-F)
CPX2208SK10 Starter Kit
The CPX 2208SK10 Starter Kit includes the:
❏
CPX2208 CompactPCI Chassis
❏
266 MHz Pentium II CPV5300 Single Board Computer
(CPv5300S-266-F)
❏
CPV5300 Transition Module, 80mm (CPV5300TM80-F)
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40x IDE CD-ROM - bay mounted (CPXEIDECDROM-F)
❏
1.44 MB, 3.5 inch floppy drive with cable, bay-mounted
(CPXFLOPPY-F)
❏
6GB EIDE hard drive - bay mounted (CPXEIDE6GHD-F)
❏
64 MB SDRAM DIMM (CPXMEMSD-064-F)
❏
Windows NT 4.0 Workstation Version (NT-WS4)
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two internal IDE cables (one for disk and one for CD-ROM)
(CPXCABLEIDE1-F)
CPX2208DCSK10 Starter Kit
The CPX2208DCSK10 Starter Kit includes the:
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CPX2208DC CompactPCI Chassis
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266MHz Pentium II CPV5300 Single Board Computer
(CPV5300S-266-F)
❏
64 MB SDRAM DIMM (CPXMEMSD-064-F)
❏
1.44 MB, 3.5 inch floppy drive with cable, bay mounted
(CPXFLOPPY-F)
❏
6GB EIDE hard drive - bay mounted (CPXEIDE6GHD-F)
❏
40x IDE CD-ROM - bay mounted (CPXEIDECDROM-F)
❏
CPV5300 Transition Module, 80mm (CPV5300TM80-F)
❏
Windows NT 4.0 Workstation Version (NT-WS4)
❏
two internal IDE cables (one for disk and one for CD-ROM)
(CPXCABLEIDE1-F)
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CPX2208TSK2 Starter Kit
The CPX2208TSK2 Starter Kit includes the:
❏
CPX2208T CompactPCI Chassis with H.110 Telephony Backplane
❏
233MHz Pentium with MMX CPV5000 Single Board Computer
(CPV5000S-233-F)
❏
CPV5000 Transition Module, 80mm (CPV5000TM80-F)
❏
40x IDE CD-ROM - bay mounted (CPXEIDECDROM-F)
❏
1.44 MB, 3.5 inch floppy drive with cable, bay mounted
(CPXFLOPPY-F)
❏
6GB EIDE hard drive - bay mounted (CPXEIDE6GHD-F)
❏
32 MB EDO DRAM (2 16MB SIMM’s) (MEME032-F)
❏
Windows NT 4.0 Workstation Version (NT-WS4)
❏
cable set (CPVCABLE)
❏
two internal IDE cables (one for disk and one for CD-ROM)
(CPXCABLEIDE1-F)
CPX2208TSK4 Starter Kit
The CPX2208TSK4 Starter Kit includes the:
❏
CPX2208T CompactPCI Chassis with H.110 Telephony Backplane
❏
233MHz MCP750 PowerPC Processor with a 32Mb Memory
Mezzanine Card (MPC750-1232A-F)
❏
MCP750 rear transition module (TMCP700-001-F)
❏
40x IDE CD-ROM - bay mounted (CPXEIDECDROM-F)
❏
1.44 MB, 3.5 inch floppy drive with cable, bay mounted
(CPXFLOPPY-F)
❏
6GB EIDE hard drive - bay mounted (CPXEIDE6GHD-F)
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CPX2208 System Starter Kits
CPX2208TSK10 Starter Kit
The CPX2208TSK10 Starter Kit includes the:
❏
CPX2208T CompactPCI Chassis with H.110 Telephony Backplane
❏
266MHz Pentium II CPV5300 Single Board Computer
(CPV5300S-266-F)
❏
64 MB SDRAM DIMM (CPXMEMSD-064-F)
❏
1.44 MB, 3.5 inch floppy drive with cable, bay mounted
(CPXFLOPPY-F)
❏
6GB EIDE hard drive - bay mounted (CPXEIDE6GHD-F)
❏
40x IDE CD-ROM - bay mounted (CPXEIDECDROM-F)
❏
CPV5300 Transition Module, 80mm (CPV5300TM80-F)
❏
Windows NT 4.0 Workstation Version (NT-WS4)
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two internal IDE cables (one for disk and one for CD-ROM)
(CPXCABLEIDE1-F)
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CPX2208TDCSK10 Starter Kit
The CPX2208TDCSK10 Starter Kit includes the:
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CPX2208TDC CompactPCI Chassis with H.110 Telephony
Backplane
❏
266MHz Pentium II CPV5300 Single Board Computer
(CPV5300S-266-F)
❏
64 MB SDRAM DIMM (CPXMEMSD-064-F)
❏
1.44 MB, 3.5 inch floppy drive with cable, bay mounted
(CPXFLOPPY-F)
❏
6GB EIDE hard drive - bay mounted (CPXEIDE6GHD-F)
❏
40x IDE CD-ROM - bay mounted (CPXEIDECDROM-F)
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CPV5300 Transition Module, 80mm (CPV5300TM80-F)
❏
Windows NT 4.0 Workstation Version (NT-WS4)
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two internal IDE cables (one for disk and one for CD-ROM)
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CPX2408 System Starter Kits
CPX2408 System Starter Kits
The CPX2408 system starter kits include:
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CPX2408ACSK20
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CPX2408DCSK20
❏
CPX2408TACSK20
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CPX2408TDCSK20
❏
CPX2408TACSK50
The CPX2408 system starter kits include the CPX2408 System Assembly.
This assembly is an 8-slot CompactPCI chassis with a “hot swap”
backplane and 400W power supply.
The CPX2408 is also available in separate “a la carte” system
configurations.
CPX2408ACSK20 Starter Kit
The CPX2408ACSK20 Starter Kit includes the:
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CPX2408AC CompactPCI Chassis
❏
333MHz Pentium II CPV5300B Single Board Computer
(CPV5300B-333-F)
❏
64 MB SDRAM DIMM (CPXMEMSD-064-F)
❏
1.44 MB, 3.5 inch floppy drive with cable, bay mounted
(CPXFLOPPY-F)
❏
6GB EIDE hard disk drive, bay mounted (CPXEIDE6GHD-F)
❏
40x ATAPI CD-ROM drive, bay mounted (CPXEIDECDROM-F)
❏
CPV5300 Transition Module, 80mm (CPV5300TM80-F)
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CPX2408DCSK20
The CPX2408DCSK20 Starter Kit includes the:
❏
CPX2408DC CompactPCI Chassis
❏
333MHz Pentium II CPV5300B Single Board Computer
(CPV5300B-333-F)
❏
64 MB SDRAM DIMM (CPXMEMSD-064-F)
❏
1.44 MB, 3.5 inch floppy drive with cable, bay mounted
(CPXFLOPPY-F)
❏
6GB EIDE hard disk drive, bay mounted (CPXEIDE6GB-F)
❏
40x CD-ROM drive, bay mounted (CPXEIDECDROM-F)
❏
CPV5300 Transition Module, 80mm (CPV5300TM80-F)
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CPX2408TACSK20
The CPX2408TACSK20 Starter Kit includes the:
❏
CPX2208TAC CompactPCI Chassis with H.110 Telephony
Backplane
❏
333MHz Pentium II CPV5300B Single Board Computer
(CPV5300B-333-F)
❏
64 MB SDRAM DIMM (CPXMEMSD-064-F)
❏
1.44 MB, 3.5 inch floppy drive with cable, bay mounted
(CPXFLOPPY-F)
❏
6GB EIDE hard disk drive, bay mounted (CPXEIDE6GB-F)
❏
40x CD-ROM drive, bay mounted (CPXEIDECDROM-F)
❏
CPV5300 Transition Module, 80mm (CPV5300TM80-F)
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CPX2408 System Starter Kits
CPX2408TDCSK20
The CPX2408TDCSK20 Starter Kit includes the:
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CPX2408TDC CompactPCI Chassis with H.110 Telephony
Backplane
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333MHz Pentium II CPV5300B Single Board Computer
(CPV5300B-333-F)
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64 MB SDRAM DIMM (CPXMEMSD-064-F)
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1.44 MB, 3.5 inch floppy drive with cable, bay mounted
(CPXFLOPPY-F)
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6GB EIDE hard disk drive, bay mounted (CPXEIDE6GB-F)
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40x CD-ROM drive, bay mounted (CPXEIDECDROM-F)
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CPV5300 Transition Module, 80mm (CPV5300TM80-F)
CPX2408TACSK50
The CPX2408TACSK50 Starter Kit includes the:
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CPX2408TAC CompactPCI Chassis with H.110 Telephone
Backplane
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333MHz Pentium II CPV5300B Single Board Computer
(CPV5300B-333-F)
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256 MB SDRAM DIMM (CPXMEMSD-256-F)
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1.44 MB, 3.5 inch floppy drive with cable, bay mounted
(CPXFLOPPY-F)
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9GB SCSI hard disk drive, bay mounted (CPXSCSI9GB-F)
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40x CD-ROM drive, bay mounted (CPXEIDECDROM-F)
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CPV5300 Transition Module, 80mm (CPV5300TM80-F)
Computer Group Literature Center Web Site
ERelated Documentation
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Motorola Computer Group Documents
You can get more information about CompactPCI by looking at the
publications in Table E-1. You can get paper or electronic copies of
Motorola Computer Group publications by:
❏
Contacting your local Motorola sales office
❏
Visiting Motorola Computer Group’s World Wide Web literature
site, http://www.motorola.com/literature.
We suffix each manual publication number for Motorola Computer Group
with characters that represent the revision level of the document, such as
/IH2 (second revision).
To get the most up-to-date product information in PDF or HTML format,
visit our Web site at http://www.motorola.com/literature.
Table E-1. Motorola Computer Group Documents
Document Title
Motorola Publication Number
or web site
CPV5000 CompactPCI Single
Board Computer Installation and
Reference Guide
CPV5000A/IHx
CPV5300 CompactPCI Single
Board Computer and Transition
Module Installation Guide
CPV5300A/IHx
CPV5300 CompactPCI BIOS and
Programmer’s Reference Guide
CPV5300A/PGx
CompactPCI CPX2408/2408T
Series System Monitor Board
Installation and Reference Guide
SMB2408A/IHx
MCP750 CompactPCI Single
Board Computer Installation and
Use
MCP750A/IHx
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Motorola Computer Group Documents
Table E-1. Motorola Computer Group Documents (Continued)
Document Title
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Motorola Publication Number
or web site
TMCP700 Transition Module
Installation and Use
TMCP700/IHx
MCP750 CompactPCI Single
Board Computer Programmer’s
Reference Guide
MCP750A/PGx
PPCBug Firmware Package User’s
Manual, Part 1 of 2
PPCBUGA1/UMx
PPCBug Firmware Package User’s
Manual, Part 2 of 2
PPCBUGA2/UMx
PPCBug Diagnostics Manual
PPCDIAA/UMx
American Megatrends, Inc. BIOS
(AMIBIOS)
http://www.mcg.mot.com/
literature
http://www.amibios.com
(for AMIBIOS technical support
information and documentation)
the PCI Industrial Computer
Manufacturer’s Group (PICMG)
Hot Swap Specification
http://www.picmg.org
URLs
The following URLs (uniform resource locators) may provide helpful
sources of additional information about this product, related services, and
development tools. Please note that while these URLs have been verified,
they are subject to change without notice.
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Motorola Computer Group, http://www.motorola.com
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Motorola Computer Group OEM Services,
http://www.motorola.com/support
❏
PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturer’s Group (PICMG) Hot
Swap Specification, http://www.picmg.org
Computer Group Literature Center Web Site
Index
Numerics
19 inch rack installation 3-6
32-bit pin assignments
J1 B-1
J2 B-1
64-bit pin assignments
J1 B-1
J2 B-1
8042 - Gate A20 failure error 3-11
A
AC power cords 3-12
AC system 3-9
acoustic noise A-4
altitude A-4
AMIBIOS error reporting 3-10
AMIBIOS POST 3-11
Antistatikband C-2
audible noise A-4
B
backplane A-2
backplane connector pin assignments B-1
base 64 KB memory failure error 3-11
beep codes 3-11
BIOS error reporting 3-10
branch circuits 2-4
C
cables 2-6, 3-12
cable planning 2-6
cache memory bad - do not enable cache 3-11
card guides 3-16
CD-ROM
installation 3-24
loading 3-51
removal 3-24
unloading 3-51
CD-ROM drive
removal 3-34
chassis dimensions A-2, A-6
chassis grounding 3-7
chassis installation 3-6
chassis weight A-2
checksum error 3-11
circuit breakers 2-5
CjPVCABLE 3-13
cleaning 3-10
CMOS shutdown register read/write error
3-11
comments, sending xxii
CompactPCI CPX2408/2408T Series System
Monitor Board Installation and Reference Guide E-1
configuration 13 3-47
configuration 2 3-47
configurations 12 and 14 3-48
connecting the system 3-8
connector pin assignments B-1
cooling 3-7
cooling fans 3-22
CORDANZ 3-12
CORDDN 3-12
CORDFR 3-12
CORDFRG 3-12
CORDIT 3-12
IN-1
Index
CORDSW 3-12
CORDUK 3-12
CORDUS 3-12
CPU module
installing 3-16
removing 3-15
CPU slot 1-3
CPU Transition Module
removing 3-19
replacement 3-19
CPV5000 CompactPCI Single Board Computer Installation and Reference
Guide E-1
CPV5300 CompactPCI jBIOS and Programmer’s Reference Guide E-1
CPV5300 CompactPCI Single Board Computer and Transition Module Installation Guide E-1
CPVCABLE 3-12
CPVCABLE-2 3-13
CPXCABLESCSI4-F 3-13
CPXCABLESCSI5-F 3-13
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data cables 3-28
dimensions A-2, A-6
display memory read/write error 3-11
drive
connections 3-28
installation 3-24
removal 3-24
drive bay door removal 3-25
drive bay panel 3-39
removal 3-26
drive bays 1-3, 1-5
drive cable
removal 3-28
drive media 3-50
enclosure cooling 3-7
environmental considerations 3-6
environmental specifications A-4
error messages 3-11
error reporting 3-10
ESD 2-1, 3-2
ESD procedures 2-1, 3-2
ESE
Vorsichtsmaßnahmen C-2
F
fan tray 1-3
installation 3-22
removal 3-22
fatal errors 3-11
features
front panel CPX2108 1-3
front panel CPX2208 1-5
front panel CPX2408 1-7
rear panel CPX2108 1-4
rear panel CPX2208 1-6
rear panel CPX2408 1-10
Field Replaceable Units 3-1
flammability A-5
floppy drive
installation 3-24
removal 3-24, 3-33
format
S-records B-2, B-3, B-4
FRU 3-1
fuse 1-3
removal 3-51
replacement 3-51
G
Gate A20 failure error 3-11
German translation xxi, C-1
grounding 3-7
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H
EMI A-5
EMI/RFI A-5
H.110 bus 1-1
H.110 power inputs 2-4
IN-2
hard drive
removal 3-24
replacement 3-24
hot swap modules
installing 3-17
removing 3-17
humidity A-4
I
I/O slots 1-3
IDE devices 3-47
input voltage A-4
installation
German xxi, C-1
installation troubleshooting 3-10
installing a CPU module 3-14
tools 3-14
installing a drive 3-24
installing a transition module 3-19
installing the fan tray 3-22
J
J1 B-1
32-bit B-2
64-bit B-4
J2 B-1
32-bit B-3
64-bit B-5
J4 B-1
J5 B-1
L
lithium battery
safety considerations 3-3
loading drive media 3-50
M
maintenance 3-10
MCP750 CompactPCI Single Board Computer Programmer’s Reference
Guide E-2
MCP750 CompactPCI Single Board Installation and Use E-1
media 3-50
memory failure 3-11
module installation 3-14
O
on/off switch 1-3
output
power supply A-3
P
parity error 3-11
pass through cable 3-13
PICMG Hot Swap Specification E-2
pin assignments B-1
pinouts B-1
placement recommendations 2-3
power cables 3-28
power circuit protection 2-5
power cords 2-6, 3-12
power requirements 2-4
power supply A-3
power supply installation 3-35
power supply removal 3-35
power switch panel 3-40
power-up 3-9
PPCBug Diagnostics Manual E-2
PPCBug Firmware Package User’s Manual,
Part 1 of 2 E-2
PPCBug Firmware Package User’s Manual,
Part 2 of 2 E-2
preventative maintenance 3-10
processor error 3-11
processor exception interrupt error 3-11
product description 1-1
R
rack installation 3-6
rack weight distribution 2-3
receptacles 2-5
refresh failure 3-11
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Index
regulatory conformance A-5
related documentation E-1
removable media
care 3-50
removing a drive 3-24
removing a module 3-14
removing a transition module 3-19
removing the drive bay door 3-25
removing the fan tray 3-22
replacing the fuse 3-51
ROM checksum error 3-11
S
safety 2-1, A-5
safety procedures 3-2
safety/regulatory compliance 2-2
security door 3-38
shock A-4
site preparation 2-3
specifications A-1
S-records
format B-2, B-3, B-4
starter kits D-1
static discharge A-4
suggestions, submitting xxii
system cables 3-12
system errors 3-11
system specifications A-1
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Telephone Network Voltage 2-4
temperature A-4
timer not operational error 3-11
TMCP700 Transition Module Installation
and Use E-2
TNV branch circuits 2-4
tools 2-2
transition module removal 3-19
troubleshooting
installation 3-10
turning on the system 3-9
IN-4
U
unloading drive media 3-50
URL E-2
URLs (uniform resource locators) E-2
V
vibration A-4
W
weight A-2
weight distribution 2-3
CompactPCI® CPX2000
Series System
Installation and
Reference Guide