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Table of Contents
1
User Information ........................................................................................................ 7
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
2
Introduction .............................................................................................................. 9
2.1
2.2
2.3
3
ETX®-PM .........................................................................................................9
ETX® Documentation .........................................................................................9
ETX® Benefits ...................................................................................................9
Specifications ...........................................................................................................11
3.1
3.1.1
3.2
3.2.1
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.3.4
3.3.5
3.3.6
3.4
3.4.1
3.4.2
3.5
4
About This Manual .............................................................................................7
Copyright Notice ...............................................................................................7
Trademarks ......................................................................................................7
Standards ........................................................................................................7
Warranty .........................................................................................................7
Technical Support..............................................................................................8
Functional Specifications .................................................................................. 11
Block diagram ................................................................................................ 13
Mechanical Specifications ................................................................................. 14
Dimensions .................................................................................................... 14
Electrical Specifications .................................................................................... 14
Supply Voltage................................................................................................ 14
Supply Voltage Ripple ...................................................................................... 14
Supply Current 5 V_SB ...................................................................................... 14
Supply Current (typical, DOS prompt) .................................................................. 14
Supply Current (Windows XP SP2) ....................................................................... 15
CMOS Battery Power Consumption ...................................................................... 15
Environmental Specifications ............................................................................ 16
Temperature................................................................................................... 16
Humidity ....................................................................................................... 16
MTBF............................................................................................................. 17
ETX® Connectors .......................................................................................................18
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.3.1
4.4
4.4.1
4.4.2
4.5
4.5.1
Connector Locations ........................................................................................ 18
General Signal Description ................................................................................ 19
Connector X1 (PCI Bus, USB, Audio) .................................................................... 19
Connector X1 (Signal Levels) ............................................................................. 20
Connector X2 (ISA Bus only supported on Prev. x12 and later).................................. 23
Connector X2 (Signal Levels) ............................................................................. 24
Connector X2 Signal Description......................................................................... 26
Connector X3 (VGA, LCD, Video, COM1 and COM2, LPT/Floppy, Mouse, Keyboard) ......... 27
Connector X3 (Signal Levels) ............................................................................. 29
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4.6
4.6.1
4.6.2
4.7
4.7.1
4.7.2
4.7.3
4.7.4
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Special Features ........................................................................................................41
5.1
6
Max CPU Frequency setting ................................................................................ 42
Max CPU Frequency default settings .................................................................... 42
Limitations .................................................................................................... 42
ETX®-PM Celeron 1500 MHz/1300 MHz/1000 MHz/800 MHz/600 MHz ....................... 43
Cooling Solutions ............................................................................................ 44
Design Considerations................................................................................................45
7.1
7.2
7.2.1
7.2.2
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Watchdog Timer .............................................................................................. 41
Important Information...............................................................................................42
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.3.1
6.4
7
Connector X4 Subsystems ................................................................................. 33
Connector X4 (IDE 1, IDE 2, Ethernet, Miscellaneous) ............................................. 33
Connector X4 (Signal Levels) ............................................................................. 34
Feature Connector X6 ....................................................................................... 38
DVO Output .................................................................................................... 38
DVO Connector and Flat Foil Cable ....................................................................... 38
BIOS Requirements .......................................................................................... 38
Pinout Feature Connector X6 ............................................................................. 40
Thermal Management ....................................................................................... 45
Heatspreader Dimensions ................................................................................. 46
ETX®-PM Heatspreader for modules up to CE 2.7.X ................................................. 46
ETX®-PM Heatspreader for modules starting from CE 3.X.X ...................................... 47
Important Technology Information ..............................................................................48
8.1
8.1.1
8.1.2
8.1.3
8.2
8.2.1
8.2.2
8.3
8.3.1
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.6.1
8.6.2
8.6.3
8.7
8.8
I/O APIC vs 8259 PIC Interrupt mode ................................................................... 48
Method of interrupts transmission ...................................................................... 48
Interrupt priority ............................................................................................ 48
More interrupts ............................................................................................... 48
Native vs. compatible IDE mode ......................................................................... 48
Compatible Mode ............................................................................................ 48
Native Mode ................................................................................................... 49
Thermal Monitor and Catastrophic Thermal Protection ............................................ 49
Summary ....................................................................................................... 50
Processor Performance Control .......................................................................... 50
Thermal Management ....................................................................................... 50
ETX®-PM onboard Fan connector ........................................................................ 51
Location and Pinout of Fan connector J1.............................................................. 52
BIOS Settings ................................................................................................. 53
Electrical characteristics ................................................................................... 54
Processor Clock Throttling ................................................................................. 54
ACPI Suspend Modes and Resume Events .............................................................. 56
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9
System Resources ......................................................................................................57
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8
10
Interrupt Request (IRQ) Lines ............................................................................ 57
Direct Memory Access (DMA) Channels ................................................................. 58
Memory Area .................................................................................................. 59
I/O Address Map ............................................................................................. 59
Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) Devices ................................................. 59
Inter-IC (I2C) Bus ............................................................................................ 59
System Management (SM) Bus ........................................................................... 59
JILI-I2C Bus ................................................................................................... 60
BIOS Operation .........................................................................................................61
10.1
10.2
10.2.1
10.3
10.4
10.4.1
10.5
10.5.1
10.5.2
10.5.3
10.5.4
10.5.5
10.5.6
10.5.7
10.5.8
10.5.9
10.6
10.7
10.7.1
10.7.2
10.7.3
10.8
10.8.1
10.8.2
10.8.3
10.9
10.10
10.11
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USB 2.0 (EHCI) Host Controller Support ............................................................... 56
Determining the BIOS Version ............................................................................ 61
Setup Guide ................................................................................................... 61
Start Phoenix BIOS Setup Utility ......................................................................... 61
Info Menu ...................................................................................................... 63
Main Menu ..................................................................................................... 64
Master or Slave Submenus ................................................................................. 65
Advanced Menu............................................................................................... 66
Advanced Chipset Control Submenu .................................................................... 67
PCI/PNP Configuration Submenu ........................................................................ 68
Memory Cache Submenu ................................................................................... 70
I/O Device Configuration Submenu ..................................................................... 71
Keyboard Features Submenu.............................................................................. 74
Hardware Monitor Submenu .............................................................................. 75
Watchdog Settings Submenu ............................................................................. 75
Display Control Submenu .................................................................................. 76
Miscellaneous Submenu ................................................................................... 77
Security Menu ................................................................................................. 78
Power Menu ................................................................................................... 80
ACPI Control sub menu ..................................................................................... 81
Thermal Management Sub Menu ......................................................................... 83
Wake Up Events sub menu ................................................................................. 84
Boot Menu ..................................................................................................... 85
MultiBoot ...................................................................................................... 85
The Setup Boot Menu ....................................................................................... 86
Boot First Menu .............................................................................................. 86
Exit Menu ...................................................................................................... 87
Updating or Restoring BIOS ............................................................................... 88
Preventing Problems When Updating or Restoring BIOS .......................................... 89
Appendix F: JIDA Standard ..........................................................................................90
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12
Appendix G: PC Architecture Information ......................................................................91
12.1
12.1.1
12.1.2
12.2
12.3
12.3.1
12.3.2
12.3.3
12.4
13
JIDA Information ............................................................................................ 90
Buses ............................................................................................................ 91
ISA, Standard PS/2 – Connectors ........................................................................ 91
PCI/104......................................................................................................... 91
General PC Architecture .................................................................................... 92
Ports............................................................................................................. 92
RS-232 Serial ................................................................................................. 92
Serial ATA ...................................................................................................... 92
USB .............................................................................................................. 93
Programming ................................................................................................. 93
APPENDIX H: DOCUMENT-REVISION HISTORY ..................................................................94
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1
User Information
1.1
About This Manual
This document provides information about products from Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH and/or its
subsidiaries. No warranty of suitability, purpose, or fitness is implied. While every attempt has been
made to ensure that the information in this document is accurate, the information contained within is
supplied “as-is” and is subject to change without notice.
For the circuits, descriptions and tables indicated, Kontron assumes no responsibility as far as patents or
other rights of third parties are concerned.
1.2
Copyright Notice
Copyright © 2003-2007 Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH
All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a
retrieval system, or translated into any language or computer language, in any form or by any means
(electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise), without the express written permission
of Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH.
DIMM-PC®, PISA®, ETX®, ETXexpress® , X-board®, DIMM-IO® and DIMM-BUS® are trademarks or
registered trademarks of Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH. Kontron is trademark or registered
trademark of Kontron AG.
1.3
Trademarks
The following lists the trademarks of components used in this board.
1.4
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IBM, XT, AT, PS/2 and Personal System/2 are trademarks of International Business
Machines Corp.
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Microsoft is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corp.
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Intel is a registered trademark of Intel Corp.
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All other products and trademarks mentioned in this manual are trademarks of their
respective owners.
Standards
Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH is certified to ISO 9000 standards.
1.5
Warranty
This Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH product is warranted against defects in material and
workmanship for the warranty period from the date of shipment. During the warranty period, Kontron
Embedded Modules GmbH will at its discretion decide to repair or replace defective products.
Within the warranty period, the repair of products is free of charge as long as warranty conditions are
observed.
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The warranty does not apply to defects resulting from improper or inadequate maintenance or handling
by the buyer, unauthorized modification or misuse, operation outside of the product’s environmental
specifications or improper installation or maintenance.
Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH will not be responsible for any defects or damages to other products
not supplied by Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH that are caused by a faulty Kontron Embedded
Modules GmbH product.
1.6
Technical Support
Technicians and engineers from Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH and/or its subsidiaries are available
for technical support. We are committed to making our product easy to use and will help you use our
products in your systems.
Please consult our Web site at http://www.kontron.com/support for the latest product documentation,
utilities, drivers and support contacts. In any case you can always contact your board supplier for
technical support.
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2
Introduction
2.1
ETX®-PM
ETX®-PM component SBC modules support the Intel® Pentium® M Processor. The ETX®-PM features an
Intel® 855GME or Intel® 852GM chipset graphics memory controller hub with Intel® Extreme Graphics 2
technology.
In addition to standard ETX® features, the ETX®-PM supports four 2.0 USB ports, up to 1GB DDR-SDRAM
SO-DIMMS PC 1600/2100-memory modules, 10/100Base-T Ethernet, keyboard/mouse controllers, a
real-time clock, and a watchdog timer.
2.2
ETX® Documentation
This product manual serves as one of three principal references for an ETX® design. It documents the
specifications and features of ETX®-PM. The other two references, which are available from the Kontron
Embedded Modules GmbH Web site, include:
Note:
2.3
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The ETX® Component SBC™ Specification defines the ETX® module form factor,
pinout, and signals. You should read this first.
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The ETX® Component SBC™ Design Guide serves as a general guide for baseboard
design, with a focus on maximum flexibility to accommodate a range of ETX®
modules.
Some of the information contained within this product manual applies only to certain product revisions
(Prev: xxx). If certain information applies to specific product revisions (Prev: xxx) it will be stated. Please
check the product revision of your module to see if this information is applicable.
ETX® Benefits
Embedded technology extended (ETX®) modules are very compact (~100mm square, 12mm thick),
highly integrated computers. All ETX® modules feature a standardized form factor and a standardized
connector layout that carry a specified set of signals. This standardization allows designers to create a
single-system baseboard that can accept present and future ETX® modules.
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ETX® modules include common personal computer (PC) peripheral functions such as:
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Graphics
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Parallel, Serial, and USB ports
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Keyboard/mouse
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Ethernet
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Sound
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IDE
The baseboard designer can optimize exactly how each of these functions implements physically.
Designers can place connectors precisely where needed for the application on a baseboard designed to
optimally fit a system’s packaging.
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Peripheral PCI or ISA (ISA only available on ETX®-PM modules with Prev x12 or later) buses can be
implemented directly on the baseboard rather than on mechanically unwieldy expansion cards. The
ability to build a system on a single baseboard using the computer as one plug-in component simplifies
packaging, eliminates cabling, and significantly reduces system-level cost.
A single baseboard design can use a range of ETX® modules. This flexibility can differentiate products at
various price/performance points, or to design future proof systems that have a built-in upgrade path.
The modularity of an ETX® solution also ensures against obsolescence as computer technology evolves.
A properly designed ETX® baseboard can work with several successive generations of ETX® modules.
An ETX® baseboard design has many advantages of a custom, computer-board design but delivers better
obsolescence protection, greatly reduced engineering effort, and faster time to market.
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3
Specifications
3.1
Functional Specifications
Processor: Mobile Intel® Pentium® M
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Intel® Pentium® M Processor 1,4 GHz and 1.8 GHz
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Intel® Celeron® M Processor 0.6 GHz, 0.8 GHz cacheless, 1.0 GHz and 1.5 GHz
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Cache: On-die Second level 2 MB(1.4 GHz and 1.8 GHz), 512 kB (Celeron M 0.6 GHz,
1.0 GHz and 1.5 GHz), 0 kB (800 MHz cacheless)
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Supports Intel® Architecture with Dynamic Execution
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High performance, low-power core
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On-die, primary 32-kbyte instruction cache and 32-kbyte write-back data cache
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On-die, up to 2-Mbyte second level cache with Advanced Transfer Cache Architecture
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Advanced Branch Prediction and Data Prefetch Logic
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Streaming SIMD Extensions 2 (SSE2)
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400-MHz, Source-Synchronous processor system bus
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Advanced Power Management features including Enhanced Intel SpeedStep®
technology
Chipset: Intel® 852GM/ 855GME
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200/266/333 MHz memory bus on modules with Intel® 855GME
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200/266 MHz memory bus on modules with Intel® 852GM
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Memory: One 200-pin DDR-SO-DIMM
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2.5V PC-1600/2100/2700 unbuffered DDR-SDRAM, up to 1GB
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Onboard video graphics array (VGA):
Integrated in Intel® 855GME (200MHz) / 852GM (133MHz)
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Graphics memory controller hub with Intel® Extreme Graphics 2 technology
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Up to 64 MB Video RAM (UMA)
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Cathode ray tube (CRT) and low voltage differential signalling (LVDS) liquid-crystal
display (LCD) interfaces
Chipset: Intel® 82801 DB (ICH4)
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Enhanced Intelligent Drive Electronics (EIDE): Two Peripheral Component
Interconnect (PCI) Bus Master IDE ports (up to four devices) support:
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Ultra 100/66/33 Direct Memory Access (DMA) mode
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Programmed Input/Output (PIO) modes up to Mode 4 timing
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Multiword DMA Mode with independent timing
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Universal Serial Bus (USB)
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Four USB 1.1/2.0 ports (UHCI and EHCI)
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USB legacy keyboard support
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USB floppy, CD-ROM, Hard drive, and memory stick boot support
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Integrated Ethernet: Intel 82562 10/100 Mbps Fast Ethernet controller
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Integrated, WfM 2.0 and IEEE 802.3 compliant; 10BASE-T and 100BASE-TX
compatible PHY
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Audio: Integrated in Intel 82801DB southbridge
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AC97, Windows Sound System™ compatible
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NV-EEPROM for CMOS-setup retention without battery
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Real-time clock (requires external battery)
Super I/O: Winbond W83627HF connected by using an LPC interface
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PS/2 keyboard controller
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PS/2 mouse interface
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Watchdog timer (WDT) integrated in the Super I/O (Winbond 83627HF)Two Serial
Ports (COM1 and COM2)
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Transistor-to-transistor (TTL) signals only
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Standard RS232C
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16550 compatible
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Infrared Device Association (IrDA) interface
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One Parallel Port (LPT1)
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Shared with Floppy signals
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Enhanced Parallel Port (EPP) and Extended Capabilities Port (ECP) with bi-directional
capability
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Floppy: Shared with LPT signals
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Support for additional super I/O devices (COM3, COM4, LPT, and Floppy). Only
supported on Prev x12 or later
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BIOS: Phoenix, 1MB Flash-BIOS in Firmware Hub Flash Memory
BIOS
Power Management
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APM 1.2 support
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ACPI 2.0 support
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Power on Suspend (S1) and Suspend to RAM (S3) support
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Block diagram
Watchdog
3.1.1
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Mechanical Specifications
3.2.1
Dimensions
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95.0 mm x 114.0 mm (3.75” x 4.5”)
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Height approx. 12 mm (0.4”)
3.3
Electrical Specifications
3.3.1
Supply Voltage
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3.3.2
Supply Voltage Ripple
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3.3.3
Maximum 100 mV peak to peak 0 – 20 MHz
Supply Current 5 V_SB
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3.3.4
5V DC +/- 5%
Typical 100 mA, peak 250 mA
Supply Current (typical, DOS prompt)
Power-consumption tests were executed during the DOS prompt and without a keyboard. Using a
keyboard takes an additional 100 mA.
All boards were equipped with 512MB DDR SDRAM. Modules were tested using maximum CPU frequency.
The 1.6GHz and 1.8GHz variants are shipped with the CPU frequency limited to predetermined default
values, see section Limitations of this document for more information about this.
Prompt
[A]
[W]
ETX®-PM 18
ETX®-PM 15C
ETX®-PM 14
ETX®-PM 11
ETX®-PM 13C
ETX®-PM 10C
ETX®-PM 08C Cacheless
ETX®-PM 06C
ETX®-PM 06C Cacheless
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[A]
[W]
Suspend
[A]
[W]
3,99
19,95
2,43
12,15
2,43
12,15
4,02
20,10
2,66
13,30
2,66
13,30
2,79
13,95
1,87
9,35
1,87
9,35
2,50
12,50
1,56
7,80
1,56
7,80
3,60
18,00
1,90
9,50
1,90
9,50
2,30
11,50
1,69
8,45
1,69
8,45
2,20
11,00
1,66
8,30
1,66
8,30
2,20
11,00
1,50
7,50
1,50
7,50
2,00
10,00
1,30
6,50
1,30
6,50
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3.3.5
Supply Current (Windows XP SP2)
The tested boards were mounted on a Kontron Evaluation Board (Article number: 18010-0000-00-0), a
mouse and a keyboard were connected. The Power-consumption tests were executed during Windows XP
SP2 by using a tool to stress the CPU (100 % load). The power measurements values were acquired after
15 min full load and a stable CPU die temperature. To ensure a stable die temperature a corresponding
heatsink was used to hold the temperature under the critical trip point.
All boards were equipped with 512MB DDR SDRAM. The Modules were tested using maximum CPU
frequency.
The 1.6GHz and 1.8GHz variants are shipped with the CPU frequency limited to predetermined default
values, see section Limitations of this document for more information about this.
Full Load
[A]
[W]
ETX®-PM 18
ETX®-PM 15C
ETX®-PM 14
ETX®-PM 11
ETX®-PM 13C
ETX®-PM 10C
ETX®-PM 08C Cacheless
ETX®-PM 06C
ETX®-PM 06C Cacheless
Note:
3.3.6
Idle
[A]
[W]
Standby S1
[A]
[W]
Standby S3
[A]
[W]
6,80
34,00
1,71
8,55
1,28
6,40
0,66
3,30
6,05
30,25
3,01
15,05
2,22
11,10
tbd
tbd
3,80
19,00
1,73
8,65
1,29
6,45
0,66
3,30
3,73
18,65
1,53
7,65
1,10
5,50
0,66
3,30
7,20
36,00
3,00
15,00
2,50
12,50
tbd
tbd
2,50
12,50
1,72
8,60
1,27
6,35
0,34
1,70
2,40
12,00
1,75
8,75
1,28
6,40
0,31
1,55
2,70
13,50
2,00
10,00
1,40
7,00
tbd
Tbd
tbd
tbd
tbd
tbd
tbd
tbd
tbd
tbd
It is difficult to test for all possible applications on the market. There may be an application that draws more
power from the CPU than the measured values in the table above. This should be taken into consideration if
you are on the board of the thermal specification. If this is the case improvements to your thermal solution
are recommended.
CMOS Battery Power Consumption
RTC
Voltage Range
Quiescent Current
2.95 μA @ 2.5 V
Integrated in the southbridge
2.0 V – 3.6 V
3.64 µA @ 3.0 V
CMOS battery power consumption was measured with an ETX®-PM module on a standard Kontron ETX®
evaluation board. The system was turned off and the battery was removed from the evaluation board.
The 2.5 V or 3.0 V of power was supplied from a DC power supply. Do not use these values to calculate the
CMOS battery lifetime.
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3.4
Environmental Specifications
3.4.1
Temperature
Operating: (with Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH heat-spreader plate assembly):
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Ambient temperature: 0 to +60 °C
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Maximum heatspreader-plate temperature: 0 to +60 °C (*)
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Non-operating: -30 to +85 °C
See the Thermal Management chapter for additional information.
Note:
*The maximum operating temperature with the heatspreader plate is the maximum measurable temperature
on any spot on the heatspreader’s surface. You must maintain the temperature according to the above
specification.
Operating (without Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH heat-spreader plate assembly):
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Maximum operating temperature: 0 to +60 °C (**)
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Non operating: -30 to +85 °C
See the Thermal Management chapter for additional information.
Note:
3.4.2
**The maximum operating temperature is the maximum measurable temperature on any spot on a module’s
surface. You must maintain the temperature according to the above specification.
Humidity
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Operating: 10% to 90% (non condensing)
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Non operating: 5% to 95% (non condensing)
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3.5
MTBF
The following MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure) values were calculated using a combination of
manufacturer’s test data, if the data was available, and a Bellcore calculation for the remaining parts.
The Bellcore calculation used is “Method 1 Case 1”. In that particular method the components are
assumed to be operating at a 50 % stress level in a 40° C ambient environment and the system is
assumed to have not been burned in. Manufacturer’s data has been used wherever possible. The
manufacturer’s data, when used, is specified at 50° C, so in that sense the following results are slightly
conservative. The MTBF values shown below are for a 40° C in an office or telecommunications
environment. Higher temperatures and other environmental stresses (extreme altitude, vibration, salt
water exposure, etc.) lower MTBF values.
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Notes:
System MTBF (hours) :
156209
Fans usually shipped with Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH products have 50,000-hour typical operating
life. The above estimates assume no fan, but a passive heat sinking arrangement Estimated RTC battery life
(as opposed to battery failures) is not accounted for in the above figures and need to be considered for
separately.Battery life depends on both temperature and operating conditions. When the Kontron unit has
external power; the only battery drain is from leakage paths.
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ETX® Connectors
The pinouts for ETX® Interface Connectors X1, X2, X3, and X4 are documented for convenient reference.
Please see the ETX® Specification and ETX® Design Guide for detailed, design-level information.
4.1
Connector Locations
X4
IDE Ports
Ethernet
Power Good/Reset Input
ATX PS Control
Speaker
Battery
I2C-Bus
SM-Bus
X3
VGA
LVDS (JILI)
Serial Ports
PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse
IRDA
Parallel Port
Floppy
ISA Bus
PCI Bus
USB
Audio
Serial IRQ
3.3 V for external use
(max. 500 mA)
X2
X1
Feature Connector X6
DVOB + DVOC
top view
(connectors only)
side view
(connectors only)
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4.2
General Signal Description
Term
Description
IO-3,3
IO-5
Bi-directional 3,3 V IO-Signal
Bi-directional 5 V IO-Signal
I-3,3
I-5
O-3,3
O-5
PU
PD
PWR
Nc
3,3 V Input
5 V Input
3,3 V Output
5 V Output
Pull-Up Resistor
Pull-Down Resistor
Power Connection
Not Connected / Reserved
4.3
Connector X1 (PCI Bus, USB, Audio)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
43
45
47
49
GND
PCICLK3
GND
PCICLK1
REQ3#
GNT2#
REQ2#
REQ1#
GNT0#
VCC *
SERIRQ
AD0
AD1
AD4
AD6
CBE0#
AD8
GND
AD10
AD11
AD12
AD13
AD14
AD15
CBE1#
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
GND
PCICLK4
GND
PCICLK2
GNT3#
3V
GNT1#
3V
RESERVED
VCC *
REQ0#
3V
AD2
AD3
AD5
AD7
AD9
GND
AUXAL
MIC
AUXAR
ASVCC
SNDL
ASGND
SNDR
51
53
55
57
59
61
63
65
67
69
71
73
75
77
79
81
83
85
87
89
91
93
95
97
99
VCC *
PAR
GPERR#
PME#
LOCK#
TRDY#
IRDY#
FRAME#
GND
AD16
AD17
AD19
AD20
AD22
AD23
AD24
VCC *
AD25
AD28
AD27
AD30
PCIRST#
INTC#
INTA#
GND
52
54
56
58
60
62
64
66
68
70
72
74
76
78
80
82
84
86
88
90
92
94
96
98
100
VCC *
SERR#
RESERVED
USB2#
DEVSEL#
USB3#
STOP#
USB2
GND
CBE2#
USB3
AD18
USB0#
AD21
USB1#
CBE3#
VCC *
AD26
USB0
AD29
USB1
AD31
INTD#
INTB#
GND
Notes:
* To protect external power lines of peripheral devices, make sure that:
- the wires have the right diameter to withstand the maximum available current
- the enclosure of the peripheral device fulfils the fire-protection requirements of IEC/EN60950
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4.3.1
Connector X1 (Signal Levels)
Pin 1-50 PCI|USB|AUDIO
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
Note:
Signal
GND
GND
PCICLK3
PCICLK4
GND
GND
PCICLK1
PCICLK2
REQ3#
GNT3#
GNT2#
3V
REQ2#
GNT1#
REQ1#
3V
GNT0#
nc
VCC
VCC
SERIRQ
REQ0#
AD0
3V
AD1
AD2
AD4
AD3
AD6
AD5
CBE0#
AD7
AD8
AD9
GND
GND
AD10
AUXAL
AD11
MIC
AD12
AUXAR
AD13
ASVCC
AD14
SNDL
AD15
ASGND
CBE1#
SNDR
Description
Type
Ground
Ground
PCI Clock Slot 3
PCI Clock Slot 4
Ground
Ground
PCI Clock Slot 1
PCI Clock Slot 2
PCI Bus Request 3
PCI Bus Grant 3
PCI Bus Grant 2
Power +3,3V
PCI Bus Request 2
PCI Bus Grant 1
PCI Bus Request 1
Power +3,3V
PCI Bus Grant 0
Power +5V
Power +5V
Serial Interrupt Reqest
PCI Bus Request 0
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
Power +3,3V
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
PCI Bus Command and Byte enables 0
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
Ground
Ground
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
Auxiliary Line Input Left
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
Microphone Input
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
Auxiliary Line Input Right
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
Analog Supply of Sound Controller
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
Audio Out Left
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
Analog Ground of Sound Controller
PCI Bus Command and Byte enables 1
Audio Out Right
PWR
PWR
O-3,3
O-3,3
PWR
PWR
O-3,3
O-3,3
I-3,3
O-3,3
O-3,3
PWR
I-3,3
O-3,3
I-3,3
PWR
O-3,3
nc
PWR
PWR
IO-3,3
I-3,3
IO-3,3
PWR
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
PWR
PWR
IO-3,3
I
IO-3,3
I
IO-3,3
I
IO-3,3
O-5
IO-3,3
O
IO-3,3
P
IO-3,3
O
Termination
PU 8k2 3,3V
PD 4k7
PD 4k7
-
Comment
Reserved
4k7 Ohm Resistors
4k7 Ohm Resistors
-
The termination resistors in this table are already mounted on the ETX® board. Please refer to the design
guide for information about additional termination resistors.
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Pin 51–100: PCI|USB|AUDIO
Pin
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
Note:
Signal
VCC
VCC
PAR
SERR#
GPERR#
nc
PME#
USB2#
LOCK#
DEVSEL#
TRDY#
USB3#
IRDY#
STOP#
FRAME#
USB2
GND
GND
AD16
CBE2#
AD17
USB3
AD19
AD18
AD20
USB0#
AD22
AD21
AD23
USB1#
AD24
CBE3#
VCC
VCC
AD25
AD26
AD28
USB0
AD27
AD29
AD30
USB1
PCIRST#
AD31
INTC#
INTD#
INTA#
INTB#
GND
GND
Description
Power +5V
Power +5V
PCI Bus Parity
PCI Bus System Error
PCI Bus Grant Error
PCI Power Management Event
USB Data- , Port2
PCI Bus Lock
PCI Bus Device Select
PCI Bus Target Ready
USB Data- , Port3
PCI Bus Initiator Ready
PCI Bus Stop
PCI Bus Cycle Frame
USB Data+ , Port2
Ground
Ground
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
PCI Bus Command and Byte enables 2
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
USB Data+ , Port3
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
USB Data- , Port0
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
USB Data- , Port1
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
PCI Command and Byte enables 3
Power +5V
Power +5V
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
USB Data+ , Port0
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
USB Data+ , Port1
PCI Bus Reset
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
PCI BUS Interrupt Request C
PCI BUS Interrupt Request D
PCI BUS Interrupt Request A
PCI BUS Interrupt Request B
Ground
Ground
Type
PWR
PWR
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
nc
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
PWR
PWR
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
PWR
PWR
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
IO-3,3
O-3,3
IO-3,3
I-3,3
I-3,3
I-3,3
I-3,3
PWR
PWR
Termination
PU 8k2 3,3V
PU 8k2 3,3V
PU 8k2 3,3V
PU 8k2 3,3V
PU 8k2 3,3V
PU 8k2 3,3V
PU 8k2 3,3V
PU 8k2 3,3V
PU 8k2 3,3V
PU 8k2 3,3V
PU 8k2 3,3V
PU 8k2 3,3V
-
Comment
Reserved
int. PU 20k 3,3V in
int. PD 15k in ICH4
int. PD 15k in ICH4
int. PD 15k in ICH4
int. PD 15k in ICH4
int. PD 15k in ICH4
int. PD 15k in ICH4
int. PD 15k in ICH4
int. PD 15k in ICH4
-
The termination resistors in this table are already mounted on the ETX® board. Please refer to the design
guide for information about additional termination resistors.
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PCI Bus
The implementation of this subsystem complies with the ETX® Specification. Implementation
information is provided in the ETX® Design Guide. Refer to the documentation for additional
information.
USB
Three USB host controllers (two 1.1 UHCI and one EHCI high-speed 2.0 controller) are on the Intel®
82801DB south bridge device. The USB controllers comply with both versions 1.1 and 2.0 of the USB
standard and are backward compatible. The three controllers implement a root hub, which have two USB
ports each.
Configuration
The USB controllers are PCI bus devices. The BIOS allocates required system resources during
configuration of the PCI bus.
Audio
The ETX®-PM PCI audio controller is integrated in the Intel® 82801DB southbridge. The audio codec is
compatible with AC97.
Configuration
The audio controller is a PCI bus device. The BIOS allocates required system resources during
configuration of the PCI device.
Serial IRQ
The serial IRQ pin offers a standardized interface to link interrupt request lines to a single wire.
Configuration
The serial IRQ machine is in “Quiet Mode”, the frame size is 21 frames and the start frame pulse width is
4 clocks.
3.3V Power Supply for External Components
The ETX®-PM offers the ability to connect external 3.3V devices to the onboard-generated supply
voltage. Pin 12 and Pin 16 of Connector X1 are used to connect to the +3.3V ±5% power supply. The
maximum external load is 500mA. Contact Kontron Embedded Systems Technical Support for help with
this feature.
Warning:
Do not connect 3.3 V pins to external 3.3 V supply.
For additional information, refer to the ETX® Design Guide, I2C application notes, and JIDA
specifications, all of which are available on the Kontron Embedded Systems Web site.
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4.4
Connector X2 (ISA Bus only supported on Prev. x12 and later)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
43
45
47
49
GND
SD14
SD13
SD12
SD11
SD10
SD9
SD8
MEMW#
MEMR#
LA17
LA18
LA19
LA20
LA21
LA22
LA23
GND
SBHE#
SA0
SA1
SA2
SA3
SA4
SA5
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
GND
SD15
MASTER#
DREQ7
DACK7#
DREQ6
DACK6#
DREQ5
DACK5#
DREQ0
DACK0#
IRQ14
IRQ15
IRQ12
IRQ11
IRQ10
IO16#
GND
M16#
OSC
BALE
TC
DACK2#
IRQ3
IRQ4
51
53
55
57
59
61
63
65
67
69
71
73
75
77
79
81
83
85
87
89
91
93
95
97
99
VCC *
SA6
SA7
SA8
SA9
SA10
SA11
SA12
GND
SA13
SA14
SA15
SA16
SA18
SA19
IOCHRDY
VCC *
SD0
SD2
SD3
DREQ2
SD5
SD6
IOCHK#
GND
52
54
56
58
60
62
64
66
68
70
72
74
76
78
80
82
84
86
88
90
92
94
96
98
100
VCC *
IRQ5
IRQ6
IRQ7
SYSCLK
REFSH#
DREQ1
DACK1#
GND
DREQ3
DACK3#
IOR#
IOW#
SA17
SMEMR#
AEN
VCC *
SMEMW#
SD1
NOWS#
SD4
IRQ9**
SD7
RSTDRV
GND
Notes:
*To protect external power lines of peripheral devices, make sure that:
- the wires have the right diameter to withstand the maximum available current.
- the enclosure of the peripheral device fulfils the fire-protection requirements of IEC/EN60950
** IRQ9 is used for SCI in ACPI mode. Do not use for legacy ISA devices.
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4.4.1
Connector X2 (Signal Levels)
Pin 1–50: ISA Bus
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
Note:
Signal
GND
GND
SD14
SD15
SD13
MASTER#
SD12
DREQ7
SD11
DACK7#
SD10
DREQ6
SD9
DACK6#
SD8
DREQ5
MEMW#
DACK5#
MEMR#
DREQ0
LA17
DACK0#
LA18
IRQ14
LA19
IRQ15
LA20
IRQ12
LA21
IRQ11
LA22
IRQ10
LA23
IO16#
GND
GND
SBHE#
M16#
SA0
OSC
SA1
BALE
SA2
TC
SA3
DACK2#
SA4
IRQ3
SA5
IRQ4
Description
Ground
Ground
ISA Data Bus
ISA Data Bus
ISA Data Bus
ISA 16-Bit Master
ISA Data Bus
ISA DMA Request 7
ISA Data Bus
ISA DMA Acknowledge 7
ISA Data Bus
ISA DMA Request 6
ISA Data Bus
ISA DMA Acknowledge 6
ISA Data Bus
ISA DMA Request 5
ISA Memory Write
ISA DMA Acknowledge 5
ISA Memory Read
ISA DMA Request 0
ISA Adress Bus (SA17)
ISA DMA Acknowledge 0
ISA Adress Bus (SA18)
ISA Interrupt Request 14 / ROM Chip Select
ISA Adress Bus (SA19)
ISA Interrupt Request 15
ISA Latchable Adress Bus
ISA Interrupt Request 12
ISA Latchable Adress Bus
ISA Interrupt Request 11
ISA Latchable Adress Bus
ISA Interrupt Request 10
ISA Latchable Adress Bus
ISA 16-Bit I/O Access
Ground
Ground
ISA System Byte High Enable
ISA 16-Bit Memory Access
ISA Adress Bus
ISA Oscillator (CLK_ISA14#)
ISA Adress Bus
ISA Buffer Adress Latch Enable
ISA Adress Bus
ISA Terminal Count
ISA Adress Bus
ISA DMA Acknowledge 2
ISA Adress Bus
ISA Interrupt Request 3
ISA Adress Bus
ISA Interrupt Request 4
Type
PWR
PWR
IO-5
IO-5
IO-5
I-5
IO-5
I-5
IO-5
IO-5
IO-5
I-5
IO-5
IO-5
IO-5
I-5
IO-5
IO-5
IO-5
I-5
O-5
IO-5
O-5
IO-5
O-5
I-5
O-5
I-5
O-5
I-5
O-5
I-5
O-5
I-5
PWR
PWR
IO-5
IO-5
O-5
O-3,3
O-5
IO-5
O-5
IO-5
O-5
IO-5
O-5
I-5
O-5
I-5
Termination
PU 47k 5V
PU 47k 5V
PU 47k 5V
PU 330R 5V
PU 47k 5V
PD 47k
PU 47k 5V
PU 47k 5V
PD 47k
PU 47k 5V
PU 47k 5V
PD 47k
PU 47k 5V
PU 47k 5V
PD 47k
PU 330R 5V
PU 330R 5V
-
Comment
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PD 50k in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PD 50k in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PD 50k in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PD 50k in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
Bootstrap PD 4k7
Bootstrap PD 4k7
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
The termination resistors in this table are already mounted on the ETX® board. Please refer to the design
guide for information about additional termination resistors.
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Pin 51–100: ISA BUS
Pin
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
Note:
Signal
VCC
VCC
SA6
IRQ5
SA7
IRQ6
SA8
IRQ7
SA9
SYSCLK
SA10
REFSH#
SA11
DREQ1
SA12
DACK1#
GND
GND
SA13
DREQ3
SA14
DACK3#
SA15
IOR#
SA16
IOW#
SA18
SA17
SA19
SMEMR#
IOCHRDY
AEN
VCC
VCC
SD0
SMEMW#
SD2
SD1
SD3
NOWS#
DREQ2
SD4
SD5
IRQ9
SD6
SD7
IOCHK#
RSTDRV
GND
GND
Description
Type
Power +5V
Power +5V
ISA Adress Bus
ISA Interrupt Request 5
ISA Adress Bus
ISA Interrupt Request 6
ISA Adress Bus
ISA Interrupt Request 7
ISA Adress Bus
ISA Bus Clock (CLK_SYS_ISA)
ISA Adress Bus
ISA System Refresh Control
ISA Adress Bus
ISA DMA Request 1
ISA Adress Bus
ISA DMA Acknowledge 1
Ground
Ground
ISA Adress Bus
ISA DMA Request 3
ISA Adress Bus
ISA DMA Acknowledge 3
ISA Adress Bus
ISA I/O Read
ISA Adress Bus
ISA I/O Write
ISA Adress Bus
ISA Adress Bus
ISA Adress Bus
ISA System Memory Read
PWR
PWR
O-5
I-5
O-5
I-5
O-5
I-5
O-5
O-3,3
O-5
IO-5
O-5
I-5
O-5
IO-5
PWR
PWR
O-5
I-5
O-5
IO-5
O-5
IO-5
O-5
IO-5
O-5
O-5
O-5
IO-5
IO-5
IO-5
PWR
PWR
IO-5
IO-5
IO-5
IO-5
IO-5
I-5
I-5
IO-5
IO-5
I-5
IO-5
IO-5
I-5
O-5
PWR
PWR
ISA I/O Channel Ready
ISA Adress Enable
Power +5V
Power +5V
ISA Data Bus
ISA System Memory Write
ISA Data Bus
ISA Data Bus
ISA Data Bus
ISA No Wait Staits
ISA DMA Request 2
ISA Data Bus
ISA Data Bus
ISA Interrupt Request 9
ISA Data Bus
ISA Data Bus
ISA I/O Channel Check
ISA Reset
Ground
Ground
Termination
PU 1k 5V
PD 47k
PD 47k
PU 47k 5V
PU 47k 5V
PU 47k 5V
PU 1k 5V
PU 47k 5V
PU 47k 5V
PU 47k 5V
PU 47k 5V
PU 47k 5V
PU 330R 5V
PD 47k
PU 47k 5V
PU 47k 5V
PU 47k 5V
PU 47k 5V
PU 47k 5V
-
Comment
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PD 50k in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PD 50k in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
Bootstrap PD 4k7
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PD 50k in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
int. PU 50k 5V in
-
The termination resistors in this table are already mounted on the ETX® board. Please refer to the design
guide for information about additional termination resistors.
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4.4.2
Connector X2 Signal Description
ISA Bus Slot (only available on Prev. x12 or later)
The implementation of this subsystem complies with the ETX® Specification. Implementation
information is provided in the ETX® Design Guide. Refer to the documentation for additional
information.
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4.5
Connector X3 (VGA, LCD, Video, COM1 and COM2, LPT/Floppy, Mouse,
Keyboard)
Flat-Panel Interfaces
ETX®-PM modules can implement an LVDS flat-panel interface called JUMPtec Intelligent LVDS Interface
(JILI). These modules do not implement a parallel digital flat-panel interface called JUMPtec Intelligent
Digital Interface (JIDI).
LVDS Interface Pinout (JILI)
Pin
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
43
45
47
49
Notes:
Signal
GND
R
HSY
VSY
DETECT#**
LCDDO16
LCDDO17
GND
LCDDO13
LCDDO12
GND
LCDDO8
LCDDO9
GND
LCDDO4
LCDDO5
GND
LCDDO1
LCDDO0
VCC *
JILI_DAT
JILI_CLK
BIASON**
COMP**
SYNC**
Pin
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
Signal
GND
B
G
DDCK
DDDA
LCDDO18
LCDDO19
GND
LCDDO15
LCDDO14
GND
LCDDO11
LCDDO10
GND
LCDDO7
LCDDO6
GND
LCDDO3
LCDDO2
VCC *
LTGIO0**
BLON#
DIGON
Y**
C**
*To protect external power lines of peripheral devices, make sure that:
- the wires have the right diameter to withstand the maximum available current
- the enclosure of the peripheral device fulfils the fire-protection requirements of IEC/EN60950.
**This signal is not supported on the ETX®-PM.
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Parallel Port / Floppy Interfaces
You can configure ETX® parallel port interfaces as conventional PC parallel ports or as an interface for a
floppy-disk drive. You can select the operating mode in the BIOS settings or by a hardware mode-select
pin.
If Pin X3-51 (LPT/FLPY#) is grounded at boot time, the floppy support mode is selected. If the pin is left
floating or is held high, parallel-port mode is selected. The mode selection is determined at boot time. It
cannot be changed until the next boot cycle.
Parallel Port Mode Pinout
Pin
51
53
55
57
59
61
63
65
67
69
71
73
75
77
79
81
83
85
87
89
91
93
95
97
99
Notes:
Signal
LPT/FLPY#
VCC *
STB#
RESERVED
IRRX
IRTX
RXD2
GND
RTS2#
DTR2#
DCD2#
DSR2#
CTS2#
TXD2
RI2#
VCC *
RXD1
RTS1#
DTR1#
DCD1#
DSR1#
CTS1#
TXD1
RI1#
GND
Floppy Support Mode Pinout
Pin
52
54
56
58
60
62
64
66
68
70
72
74
76
78
80
82
84
86
88
90
92
94
96
98
100
Signal
RESERVED
GND
AFD#
PD7
ERR#
PD6
INIT#
GND
PD5
SLIN#
PD4
PD3
PD2
PD1
PD0
VCC*
ACK#
BUSY
PE
SLCT#
MSCLK
MSDAT
KBCLK
KBDAT
GND
Pin
51
53
55
57
59
61
63
65
67
69
71
73
75
77
79
81
83
85
87
89
91
93
95
97
99
Signal
LPT/FLPY#
VCC *
RESERVED
RESERVED
IRRX
IRTX
RXD2
GND
RTS2#
DTR2#
DCD2#
DSR2#
CTS2#
TXD2
RI2#
VCC *
RXD1
RTS1#
DTR1#
DCD1#
DSR1#
CTS1#
TXD1
RI1#
GND
Pin
52
54
56
58
60
62
64
66
68
70
72
74
76
78
80
82
84
86
88
90
92
94
96
98
100
Signal
RESERVED
GND
DENSEL
RESERVED
HDSEL#
RESERVED
DIR#
GND
RESERVED
STEP#
DSKCHG#
RDATA#
WP#
TRK0#
INDEX#
VCC *
DRV
MOT
WDATA#
WGATE#
MSCLK
MSDAT
KBCLK
KBDAT
GND
*To protect external power lines of peripheral devices, make sure that:
- the wires have the right diameter to withstand the maximum available current
- the enclosure of the peripheral device fulfils the fire-protection requirements of IEC/EN60950
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4.5.1
Connector X3 (Signal Levels)
Pin 1–50: VGA|LCD|VIDEO
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
Note:
Signal
GND
GND
R
B
HSY
G
VSY
DDCK
DETECT#
DDDA
LCDDO16
LCDDO18
LCDDO17
LCDDO19
GND
GND
LCDDO13
LCDDO15
LCDDO12
LCDDO14
GND
GND
LCDDO8
LCDDO11
LCDDO9
LCDDO10
GND
GND
LCDDO4
LCDDO7
LCDDO5
LCDDO6
GND
GND
LCDDO1
LCDDO3
LCDDO0
LCDDO2
VCC
VCC
JILI_DAT
LTGIO0
JILI_CLK
BLON#
BIASON
DIGON
COMP
Y
SYNC
C
Description
Ground
Ground
Analog Video Out RGB - Red Channel
Analog Video Out RGB - Blue Channel
Horizontal Synchronization Pulse
Analog Video Out RGB - Green Channel
Vertical Synchronization Pulse
Display Data Channel Clock
Panel Hot-Plug Detection
Display Data Channel Data
LVDS Channel Data
LVDS Channel Data
LVDS Channel Data
LVDS Channel Data
Ground
Ground
LVDS Channel Data
LVDS Channel Data
LVDS Channel Data
LVDS Channel Data
Ground
Ground
LVDS Channel Data
LVDS Channel Data
LVDS Channel Data
LVDS Channel Data
Ground
Ground
LVDS Channel Data
LVDS Channel Data
LVDS Channel Data
LVDS Channel Data
Ground
Ground
LVDS Channel Data
LVDS Channel Data
LVDS Channel Data
LVDS Channel Data
Power +5V
Power +5V
JILI I2C Data Signal
General Purpose
JILI I2C Clock Signal
Display Backlight On
Display Contrast
Display Power On
Composite Video / SCART Blue
S-Video Luminance / SCART Red
Composite Sync
S-Video Chrominance / SCART Green
Type
PWR
PWR
O
O
O-3,3
O
O-3,3
IO-5
nc
IO-5
O
O
O
O
PWR
PWR
O
O
O
O
PWR
PWR
O
O
O
O
PWR
PWR
O
O
O
O
PWR
PWR
O
O
O
O
PWR
PWR
IO-3,3
nc
IO-3,3
O-5
nc
O-5
nc
nc
nc
nc
Termination
PU 4k7 5V
PU 4k7 5V
PU 4k7 3,3V
PU 4k7 3,3V
-
Comment
not supported
not supported
not supported
int. PD 100k in
not supported
not supported
not supported
not supported
The termination resistors in this table are already mounted on the ETX® board. Please refer to the design
guide for information about additional termination resistors.
Note:
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Pin 51–100: COM|LPT|Floppy|KB/MS/IR
Pin
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
Note:
Signal
LPT | FLPY#
nc
VCC
GND
STB# | nc
AFD# | DENSEL
nc
PD7 | nc
IRRX
ERR# | HDSEL#
IRTX
PD6 | nc
RXD2
INIT# | DIR#
GND
GND
RTS2#
PD5 | nc
DTR2#
SLIN# | STEP#
DCD2#
PD4 | DSKCHG#
DSR2#
PD3 | RDATA#
CTS2#
PD2 | WP#
TXD2
PD1 | TRK0#
RI2#
PD0 | INDEX#
VCC
VCC
RXD1
ACK# | DRV
RTS1#
BUSY# | MOT
DTR1#
PE | WDATA#
DCD1#
SLCT#|WGATE#
DSR1#
MSCLK
CTS1#
MSDAT
TXD1
KBCLK
RI1#
KBDAT
GND
GND
Description
LPT / Floppy Interface Configuration Input
Power +5V
Ground
LPT Strobe Signal
LPT Automatic Feed / Floppy Density Select
LPT Data Bus D7
Infrared Receive
LPT Error / Floppy Head Select
Infrared Transmit
LPT Data Bus D6
Data Receive COM2
LPT Initiate / Floppy Direction
Ground
Ground
Request to Send COM2
LPT Data Bus D5
Data Terminal Ready COM2
LPT Select / Floppy Motor Step
Data Carrier Detect COM2
LPT Data Bus D4 / Floppy Disk Change
Data Set Ready COM2
LPT Data Bus D3 / Floppy Raw Data Read
Clear to Send COM2
LPT Data Bus D / Floppy Write Protect Signal
Data Transmit COM2
LPT Data Bus D1 / Floppy Track Signal
Ring Indicator COM2
LPT Data Bus D0 / Floppy Index Signal
Power +5V
Power +5V
Data Receive COM1
LPT Acknowledge / Floppy Drive Select
Request to Send COM1
LPT Busy / Floppy Motor Select
Data Terminal Ready COM1
LPT Paper Empty / Floppy Raw Write Data
Data Carrier Detect COM1
LPT Power On / Floppy Write Enable
Data Set Ready COM1
Mouse Clock
Clear to Send COM1
Mouse Data
Data Transmit COM1
Keyboard Clock
Ring Indicator COM1
Keyboard Data
Ground
Ground
Type
I-5
nc
PWR
PWR
O-5
O-5
nc
IO-5
I-5
IO-5
O-5
IO-5
I-5
O-5
PWR
PWR
O-5
IO-5
O-5
O-5
I-5
IO-5
I-5
IO-5
I-5
IO-5
O-5
IO-5
I-5
IO-5
PWR
PWR
I-5
IO-5
O-5
IO-5
O-5
IO-5
I-5
IO-5
I-5
O-5
I-5
IO-5
O-5
O-5
I-5
IO-5
PWR
PWR
Termination
PU 4k7 5V
PU 100k 5V
PU 100k 5V
PU 100k 5V
PU 100k 5V
PU 100k 5V
PU 100k 5V
PU 100k 5V
PU 100k 5V
PU 100k 5V
PU 100k 5V
PU 100k 5V
PU 100k 5V
PU 100k 5V
PU 4k7 5V
PU 100k 5V
PU 4k7 5V
PU 100k 5V
PU 4k7 5V
PU 100k 5V
PU 4k7 5V
-
Comment
High: LPT, Low:
Reserved
Reserved
Bootstrap PU 4k7
Bootstrap PU 4k7
Bootstrap PU 4k7
Bootstrap PU 4k7
-
The termination resistors in this table are already mounted on the ETX® board. Please refer to the design
guide for information about additional termination resistors.
Note: Connector X3 Signal Description
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VGA Output
LVDS Flat Panel Interface (JILI)
The user interface for flat panels is the JUMPtec Intelligent LVDS Interface (JILI). The implementation of
this subsystem complies with the ETX® Specification. Implementation information is provided in the
ETX® Design Guide. Refer to the documentation for additional information.
Digital Flat Panel Interface (JIDI)
The ETX®-PM does not support the JUMPtec Intelligent Digital Interface (JIDI).
Serial Ports (1 and 2)
The ETX®-PM supports two serial interfaces (TTL). You can use COM2 for IrDA SIR operation. This feature
is implemented in the super I/O device, which is a Winbond 83627HF.
The implementation of the serial interface complies with the ETX® Specification. Implementation
information is provided in the ETX® Design Guide. Refer to the documentation for additional
information.
Configuration:
The serial-communication interface uses I/O and IRQ resources. The resources are allocated by the BIOS
during POST configuration and are set to be compatible with common PC/AT settings. Use the BIOS setup
to change some parameters that relate to the serial-communication interface.
PS/2 Keyboard
The implementation of the keyboard interface complies with the ETX® Specification. Implementation
information is provided in the ETX® Design Guide. Refer to the documentation for additional
information.
Configuration:
The keyboard uses I/O and IRQ resources. The BIOS allocates the resources during POST configuration.
The resources are set to be compatible with common PC/AT settings. Use the BIOS setup to change some
keyboard-related parameters.
PS/2 Mouse
The implementation of the mouse interface complies with the ETX® Specification. Implementation
information is provided in the ETX® Design Guide. Refer to the documentation for additional
information.
Configuration:
The mouse uses I/O and IRQ resources. The BIOS allocates the resources during POST configuration. The
resources are set to be compatible with common PC/AT settings. You can change some mouse-related
parameters from the BIOS setup.
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IrDA
The ETX®-PM is capable of IrDA SIR operation. This feature is implemented in the Winbond 83627HF.
Contact Kontron Embedded Systems for help with this feature.
Parallel Port
The parallel-communication interface shares signals with the floppy-disk interface. The implementation
of this parallel port complies with the ETX® Specification. Implementation information is provided in the
ETX® Design Guide. Refer to the documentation for additional information.
Configuration:
The parallel-communication interface uses I/O, IRQ, and DMA resources. The resources are allocated by
the BIOS during POST configuration and are set to be compatible with common PC/AT settings. You can
change some parameters of the parallel-communication interface through the BIOS setup.
Floppy
The floppy-disk interface shares signals with the parallel-communication interface. The floppy interface
is limited to one drive (drive_1). A standard floppy cable has two connectors for floppy drives. One
connector has a non-twisted cable leading to it, the other has a twisted cable leading to it. When using
the floppy interface you must connect the floppy drive to the connector (drive_1) that has the nontwisted cable leading to it.
The implementation of this subsystem complies with the ETX® Specification. Implementation
information is provided in the ETX® Design Guide. Refer to the documentation for additional
information.
Configuration:
The floppy-disk controller uses I/O, IRQ, and direct memory access (DMA) resources. These resources are
allocated by BIOS during POST configuration and are compatible with common PC/AT settings. You can
change some parameters of the parallel-communication interface through the BIOS setup.
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4.6
Connector X4 Subsystems
4.6.1
Connector X4 (IDE 1, IDE 2, Ethernet, Miscellaneous)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
43
45
47
49
GND
5V_SB
PS_ON
PWRBTN#
KBINH#
RSMRST#
ROMKBCS#**
EXT_PRG**
VCC*
OVCR#
EXTSMI#
SMBCLK
SIDE_CS3#
SIDE_CS1#
SIDE_A2
SIDE_A0
GND
PDIAG_S**
SIDE_A1
SIDE_INTRQ
RESERVED
SIDE_AK#
SIDE_RDY
SIDE_IOR#
VCC*
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
GND
PWGIN
SPEAKER
BATT
LILED#
ACTLED#
SPEEDLED#
I2CLK
VCC*
GPCS#**
I2DAT
SMBDATA
RESERVED
DASP_S**
PIDE_CS3#
PIDE_CS1#
GND
PIDE_A2
PIDE_A0
PIDE_A1
RESERVED
PIDE_INTRQ
PIDE_AK#
PIDE_RDY
VCC*
51
53
55
57
59
61
63
65
67
69
71
73
75
77
79
81
83
85
87
89
91
93
95
97
99
SIDE_IOW#
SIDE_DRQ
SIDE_D15
SIDE_D0
SIDE_D14
SIDE_D1
SIDE_D13
GND
SIDE_D2
SIDE_D12
SIDE_D3
SIDE_D11
SIDE_D4
SIDE_D10
SIDE_D5
VCC
SIDE_D9
SIDE_D6
SIDE_D8
RESERVED
RXD#
RXD
TXD#
TXD
GND
52
54
56
58
60
62
64
66
68
70
72
74
76
78
80
82
84
86
88
90
92
94
96
98
100
PIDE_IOR#
PIDE_IOW#
PIDE_DRQ
PIDE_D15
PIDE_D0
PIDE_D14
PIDE_D1
GND
PIDE_D13
PIDE_D2
PIDE_D12
PIDE_D3
PIDE_D11
PIDE_D4
PIDE_D10
VCC
PIDE_D5
PIDE_D9
PIDE_D6
RESERVED
PIDE_D8
SIDE_D7
PIDE_D7
HDRST#
GND
Notes:
*To protect external power lines of peripheral devices, make sure that:
- the wires have the right diameter to withstand the maximum available current
- the enclosure of the peripheral device fulfils the fire-protection requirements of IEC/EN60950
**This signal is not supported on the ETX®-PM.
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4.6.2
Connector X4 (Signal Levels)
Pin 1–50
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
Note:
Signal
IDE1|IDE2|ETHERNET|POWER/PM|MISC
GND
GND
5V_SB
PWGIN
PS_ON
SPEAKER
PWRBTN#
BATT
KBINH
LILED
RSMRST#
ACTLED
ROMKBCS#
SPEEDLED
EXT_PRG
I2CLK
VCC
VCC
OVCR#
GPCS#
EXTSMI#
I2DAT
SMBCLK
SMBDATA
SIDE_CS3#
SMBALERT
SIDE_CS1#
DASP_S
SIDE_A2
PIDE_CS3#
SIDE_A0
PIDE_CS1#
GND
GND
PDIAG_S
PIDE_A2
SIDE_A1
PIDE_A0
SIDE_INTRQ
PIDE_A1
PM_BATLOW#
nc
SIDE_AK#
PIDE_INTRQ
SIDE_RDY
PIDE_AK#
SIDE_IOR#
PIDE_RDY
VCC
VCC
Description
Type
Ground
Ground
Supply of internal suspend Circuit
Power Good / Reset Input
Power Supply On
Speaker Output
Power Button
Battery Supply
Keyboard Inhibit Control Input
Ethernet Link LED
Resume Reset input
Ethernet Activity LED
Ethernet Speed LED
I2C Bus Clock
Power +5V
Power +5V
Over Current Detect for USB
System Management Interrupt Input
I2C Bus Data
SM Bus Clock
SM Bus Data
Secondary IDE Chip Select Channel 1
Secondary IDE Chip Select Channel 0
Secondary IDE Adress Bus
Primary IDE Chip Select Channel 1
Secondary IDE Adress Bus
Primary IDE Chip Select Channel 0
Ground
Ground
80-conductor IDE cable Channel 1
Primary IDE Adress Bus
Secondary IDE Adress Bus
Primary IDE Adress Bus
Secondary IDE Interrupt Request
Primary IDE Adress Bus
Battery Low
Secondary IDE DMA Acknowledge
Primary IDE Interrupt Reqeuest
Secondary IDE Ready
Primary IDE DMA Acknowledge
Secondary IDE IO Read
Primary IDE Ready
Power +5V
Power +5V
PWR
PWR
I
I
O-5
O-5
I-5
I
I-5
O-3,3
I-3,3
O-3,3
nc
O-3,3
nc
O-5
PWR
PWR
I-3,3
nc
I-3,3
IO-5
O-3,3
IO-3,3
O-3,3
nc
O-3,3
nc
O-3,3
O-3,3
O-3,3
O-3,3
PWR
PWR
I-3,3
O-3,3
O-3,3
O-3,3
I-3,3
O-3,3
I-3,3
nc
O-3,3
I-3,3
I-3,3
O-3,3
O-3,3
I-3,3
PWR
PWR
Termination
PU 10k 5V
PU 100k 3,3V
PU 2k2 5V
PU 10k 3,3V
PU 10k 3,3V
PU 2k2 5V
PU 2k2 3,3V
PU 2k2 3,3V
PD 10k
PU 8k2 3,3V
PU 10k 3,3V
PU 8k2 3,3V
PU 1k 3,3V
PU 1k 3,3V
-
Comment
int. PD 20k in ICH4
not supported
on at 100Mb/s
not supported
not supported
Reserved
not supported
Reserved
-
The termination resistors in this table are already mounted on the ETX® board. Please refer to the design
guide for information about additional termination resistors.
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Pin 51–100
Pin
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
Note:
Signal
SIDE_IOW#
PIDE_IOR#
SIDE_DRQ
PIDE_IOW#
SIDE_D15
PIDE_DRQ
SIDE_D0
PIDE_D15
SIDE_D14
PIDE_D0
SIDE_D1
PIDE_D14
SIDE_D13
PIDE_D1
GND
GND
SIDE_D2
PIDE_D13
SIDE_D12
PIDE_D2
SIDE_D3
PIDE_D12
SIDE_D11
PIDE_D3
SIDE_D4
PIDE_D11
SIDE_D10
PIDE_D4
SIDE_D5
PIDE_D10
VCC
VCC
SIDE_D9
PIDE_D5
SIDE_D6
PIDE_D9
SIDE_D8
PIDE_D6
nc
CBLID_P#
RXD#
PIDE_D8
RXD
SIDE_D7
TXD#
PIDE_D7
TXD
HDRST#
GND
GND
IDE1|IDE2|ETHERNET|POWER/PM|MISC
Description
Secondary IDE IO Write
Primary IDE IO Read
Secondary IDE DMA Request
Primary IDE IO Write
Secondary IDE Data Bus
Primary IDE DMA Request
Secondary IDE Data Bus
Primary IDE Data Bus
Secondary IDE Data Bus
Primary IDE Data Bus
Secondary IDE Data Bus
Primary IDE Data Bus
Secondary IDE Data Bus
Primary IDE Data Bus
Ground
Ground
Secondary IDE Data Bus
Primary IDE Data Bus
Secondary IDE Data Bus
Primary IDE Data Bus
Secondary IDE Data Bus
Primary IDE Data Bus
Secondary IDE Data Bus
Primary IDE Data Bus
Secondary IDE Data Bus
Primary IDE Data Bus
Secondary IDE Data Bus
Primary IDE Data Bus
Secondary IDE Data Bus
Primary IDE Data Bus
Power +5V
Power +5V
Secondary IDE Data Bus
Primary IDE Data Bus
Secondary IDE Data Bus
Primary IDE Data Bus
Secondary IDE Data Bus
Primary IDE Data Bus
80-conductor IDE cable Channel 0
Ethernet Receive Differential Signal ( RXD-)
Primary IDE Data Bus
Ethernet Receive Differential Signal ( RXD+)
Secondary IDE Data Bus
Ethernet Transmit Differential Signal (TXD-)
Primary IDE Data Bus
Ethernet Transmit Differential Signal (TXD+)
Hard Drive Reset
Ground
Ground
Type
O-3,3
O-3,3
I-3,3
O-3,3
IO
I-3,3
IO
IO
IO
IO
IO
IO
IO
IO
PWR
PWR
IO
IO
IO
IO
IO
IO
IO
IO
IO
IO
IO
IO
IO
IO
PWR
PWR
IO
IO
IO
IO
IO
IO
nc
I-3,3
I
IO
I
IO
O
IO
O
O-3,3
PWR
PWR
Termination
PD 10k
-
Comment
Reserved
121R between
121R between
int. PD 11k5 in ICH4
120R/C10p between
int. PD 11k5 in ICH4
120R/C10p between
-
The termination resistors in this table are already mounted on the ETX® board. Please refer to the design
guide for information about additional termination resistors.
Note: Connector X4 Signal Description
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IDE Ports
The IDE host adapter is capable of DMA-100*/66*/33 operation. The implementation of this subsystem
complies with the ETX® Specification. Implementation information is provided in the ETX® Design
Guide. Refer to those documents for additional information.
Note:
*For UDMA-100/66 operation please follow the System Guidelines for ULTRA DMA of the ATA-Specification.
The ETX®-concept in combination with peripheral devices (cable, connectors, base board layout…) can
worse the transmission quality so that it is necessarily to decrease the UDMA-Mode to values below 3.
Configuration:
Primary and secondary IDE host adapters are PCI bus devices. They are configured by the BIOS during PCI
device configuration. You can disable them in setup. Resources used by the primary and secondary IDE
host adapters are compatible with the PC/AT.
Note:
PHOENIX BIOS will not recognize a Slave device on an IDE port if there is no Master device connected to the
same IDE port. Implementation and limitation information is provided in the ETX® Design Guide from
document revision 2.1. Refer to the documentation for additional information.
Ethernet
The Ethernet interface is based on the Intel® 82562 Fast Ethernet PCI controller. This 32-bit PCI
controller is a fully integrated 10/100BASE-TX LAN solution.
The Ethernet interface requires an external transformer. See the ETX® Design Guide for suggestions on
transformer selection.
Configuration:
The Ethernet interface is a PCI device. The BIOS setup automatically configures it during configuration of
the PCI device.
Note:
Implementation and limitation information is provided in the ETX® Design Guide from document revision
2.1. Refer to the documentation for additional information.
Power Control
Power Good / Reset Input:
The ETX®-PM provides an external input for a power-good signal or a manual- reset pushbutton. The
implementation of this subsystem complies with the ETX® Specification. Implementation information is
provided in the ETX® Design Guide. Refer to the documentation for additional information.
Power Management
ATX PS Control:
The ETX®-PM can control the main power output of an ATX-style power supply. The implementation of
this subsystem complies with the ETX® Specification. Implementation information is provided in the
ETX® Design Guide. Refer to the documentation for additional information.
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External SMI Interrupt
Contact Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH technical support for information on this feature.
Miscellaneous Circuits
Speaker
The implementation of the speaker output complies with the ETX® Specification. Implementation
information is provided in the ETX® Design Guide. Refer to the documentation for additional
information.
Battery
The implementation of the battery input complies with the ETX® Specification. Implementation
information is provided in the ETX® Design Guide. Refer to the documentation for additional
information.
In compliance with EN60950, there are at least two current-limiting devices (resistor and diode)
between the battery and the consuming component.
I2C Bus
The I2C Bus is implemented by using general purpose I/O.
You also can access the I2C Bus via JUMPtec’s Intelligent Device Architecture (JIDA) BIOS functions.
For additional information, refer to the ETX® Design Guide. I2C application notes and JIDA
specifications which are available at the Kontron Web site.
SM Bus
System Management (SM) bus signals are connected to the SM bus controller, which is located in the
southbridge (Intel 82801DB) device. For more information about the SM bus, please see the System
Management (SM) Bus section in the Appendix A: System Resources chapter.
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4.7
Feature Connector X6
4.7.1
DVO Output
The ETX®-PM Digital Video Out port is integrated in the Intel® 852GM/855GME northbridge. It has
the following features:
®
2 Digital Video Out Ports (DVOB & DVOC) on 855GME chipset
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1 digital Video Out Port (DVOC) on 852GM chipset
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Two 12-bit channels
®
The DVO B/C ports can drive a variety of DVO devices (TV-Out Encoders, TMDS and
LVDS transmitters, etc.)
The Feature Connector can be used with the ETX®-Feature Connector Adaptor ADA-ETX® FC and is
available on ETX®-PM Boards since CE-Rev. x15. The adaptor board ADA-ETX® FC converts the signals
from DVO to DVI and is available optional.
4.7.2
DVO Connector and Flat Foil Cable
Connector and flat foil cable information for the DVO connector (X6) located on the bottom side.
Flat Foil Cable
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YOUNGSHIN MCAB50x150B05
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50pos,150 mm length, 0.5mm pitch, both ends opposite sides
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Molex - 54132-5097 (RoHS)
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0.50mm (.020") Pitch FFC/FPC Connector, Right Angle, SMT, ZIF, Bottom Contact
Style, 50 Circuits
Connector
4.7.3
BIOS Requirements
The first BIOS which supports the DVO output is MODBR117 and supports following DVO devices on
following ports.
Device
Port
I2C Addr
SI164 (EFP)
B
72h
TE410 (EFP)
B
7Eh
To activate an attached ADA-ETX® FC3 please enable in the Phoenix Bios Setup:
Advanced -> Display Control :
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4.7.4
Pinout Feature Connector X6
Pin
Pin on ETX®-PM
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
DVOC_D0
DVOB_D0
DVOC_D1
VCC
DVOB_D1
DVOC_D2
DVOB_D2
VCC
DVOC_D3
DVOB_D3
DVOC_D4
GND
DVOB_D4
DVOC_D5
DVOB_D5
GND
DVOC_D6
DVOB_D6
DVOC_D7
GND
DVOB_D7
DVOC_D8
DVOB_D8
GND
DVOC_D9
DVOB_D9
DVOC_D10
GND
DVOB_D10
DVOC_D11
DVOB_D11
GND
DVOB_CLK
DVOB_CLK#
GND
DVOC_CLK
DVOC_CLK#
GND
DVOB_VSYNC
DVOB_HSYNC
DVOB_BLANK#
DVOBCCLKINT
DVOC_VSYNC
DVOC_HSYNC
DVOC_BLANK#
DVOC_FLDSTL
DVOBCINTRB
MI2CDATA
MI2CCLK
GVREF
DVOC Data D0
DVOB Data D0
DVOC Data D1
Supply +5V
DVOB Data D1
DVOC Data D2
DVOB Data D2
Supply +5V
DVOC Data D3
DVOB Data D3
DVOC Data D4
Ground
DVOB Data D4
DVOC Data D5
DVOB Data D5
Ground
DVOC Data D6
DVOB Data D6
DVOC Data 00D7
Ground
DVOB Data D7
DVOC Data D8
DVOB Data D8
Ground
DVOC Data D9
DVOB Data D9
DVOC Data D10
Ground
DVOB Data D10
DVOC Data D11
DVOB Data D11
Ground
Differential DVO Clock Output
Differential DVO Clock Output
Ground
Differential DVO Clock Output
Differential DVO Clock Output
Ground
VSYNC signal for the DVOB interface
HSYNC signal for the DVOB interface
Flicker Blank or Border Period Indication for DVOB
DVOBC Pixel Clock Input/Interrupt
VSYNC signal for the DVOC interface
HSYNC signal for the DVOC interface
Flicker Blank or Border Period Indication for DVOC
TV Field and Flat Panel Stall Signal for DVOC
DVOBC Interrupt
DVO I2C Clock
DVO I2C Data
Output (*Input)
Note:
Input only if no default Ref is needed.
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5
Special Features
5.1
Watchdog Timer
This feature is implemented in the Winbond 83627HF super I/O. You can configure the Watchdog Timer
(WDT) in BIOS setup to start after a set amount of time after power-on boot. The WDT can also be
controlled by the JIDA32 Library API (Refer to Appendix F: JIDA Standard). The application software
should strobe the WDT to prevent its timeout. Upon timeout, the WDT resets and restarts the system. This
provides a way to recover from program crashes or lockups.
Configuration
You can program the timeout period for the watchdog timer in two ranges:
®
1-second increments from 1 to 255 seconds
®
1-minute increments from 1 to 255 minutes
Contact Kontron Embedded Modules technical support for information on programming and operating
the WDT.
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6
Important Information
Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH currently offers different variants of the ETX®-PM. They are the
1100MHz, 1400MHz, 1600MHz, 1800MHz and Celeron 600MHz, 1000MHz and 1300MHz versions. These
variants utilize a smart BIOS that is capable of identifying the CPU that the module is equipped with.
Another feature of the BIOS is its ability to offer the user the option to set the maximum CPU frequency
when using modules equipped with the 1100MHz, 1400MHz, 1600MHz, or 1800MHz. The Celerons
600MHz, 1000MHz or 1300MHz does not support this option.
Note:
6.1
The Max CPU Frequency setting option is only available on modules that use BIOS version MODBR114.wph or
higher.
Max CPU Frequency setting
The 1100MHz, 1600MHz, and 1800MHz variants offer the option to set the maximum CPU frequency
using a setting in the BIOS setup located in the Power Menu page.
The different Max CPU frequency settings available are as follows:
Note:
6.2
1100 MHz
1400 MHz
1600 MHz
1800 MHz
1100 MHz
1000 MHz
900 MHz
800 MHz
600 MHz
1300 MHz
1200 MHz
1100 MHz
1000 MHz
900 MHz
800 MHz
600 MHz
1600 MHz
1400 MHz
1200 MHz
1000 MHz
800 MHz
600 MHz
1800 MHz
1600 MHz
1400 MHz
1200 MHz
1000 MHz
800 MHz
600 MHz
The ETX®-PM Celeron 1300MHz does not support the Max CPU frequency setting option.
The Max CPU Frequency setting option is only available on modules that use BIOS version MODBR114.wph or
higher.
Max CPU Frequency default settings
Each ETX®-PM module that supports the Max CPU Frequency setting option has a predefined default
frequency setting.
6.3
®
On the 1100MHz version this default setting is 1100MHz.
®
On the 1400MHz version this default setting is 1400MHz.
®
On the 1600MHz version the default setting is 1200MHz.
®
On the 1800MHz version the default setting is 1400MHz.
Limitations
With the introduction of higher frequency CPUs new problems arise when considering cooling solutions.
Although these higher frequency CPUs offer greater performance they also produce more heat, which
must be efficiently dissipated from the application.
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As mentioned in the previous section each ETX®-PM module that supports the Max CPU Frequency
setting option has a predefined default frequency setting. This is done to ensure that the module can
operate using the standard ETX®-PM heatspreader without reaching the “Critical Trip Point” when used
at room temperature (typical 24°C).
The “Critical Trip Point” is designed to ensure that the module is shut down before any thermal damage
can occur to the CPU. This feature is available on all ETX®-PM modules. If the cooling solution is unable
to maintain a temperature below the “Critical Trip Point” then the module is automatically shut down.
The “Critical Trip Point” feature only works in conjunction with an ATX power supply or power supplies
that utilize the PS_ON signal.
Warning:
AT power supplies do not support the “Critical Trip Point” feature.
The ETX®-PM 1600MHz and 1800MHz can also generate extreme heat when operated at their respective
maximum CPU frequencies. Due to this reason Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH has decided to offer
the option for setting “Max CPU Frequency” within the BIOS setup. In order to ensure that both of these
modules operate with the standard ETX®-PM heatspreader Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH has had to
limit the CPU output to a predefined default frequency. The following defaults have been defined.
ETX®-PM
1600MHz
1800MHz
Default
1200MHz
1400MHz
Although these defaults have been defined the user still has the ability to increase the CPU frequency
using the “Max Frequency Setting”. If the user chooses to use the maximum CPU frequency offered by
the module they must ensure that they also use a cooling solution that is capable of dissipating the heat
so that the “Critical Trip Point” is not reached. As mentioned earlier if this safety mechanism is triggered
the module will automatically shut down.
Warning:
6.3.1
Selecting frequencies higher then the default may cause the system to reach “Critical Trip
Point” and shutdown if a proper cooling solution is not used. Always ensure that you use a
proper cooling when selecting higher frequency settings.
ETX®-PM Celeron 1500 MHz/1300 MHz/1000 MHz/800 MHz/600 MHz
Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH also offers an ETX®-PM Celeron 1300 MHz/1000 MHz/800 MHz/600
MHz. This module does not support the “Max CPU Frequency” setting option mentioned earlier in this
section but does support the “Critical Trip Point” feature. Due to the fact that this particular CPU does
not support the “Max CPU Frequency” setting option it always operates at maximum frequency and
generates extreme heat. This means that this module is unable to operate using the standard ETX®-PM
heatspreader as its only means of thermal interface and therefore requires a special cooling solution for
use. You must ensure that you design a cooling solution that will allow the excess heat to be dissipated
from the application so that the “Critical Trip Point” is not reached causing the module to shut down.
Additionally the ETX®-PM Celeron 1500 MHz/1300 MHz/1000 MHz/800 MHz/600 MHz does not support
INTEL speedstep. As a result of this the default value for the “Automatic Thermal Monitor Control Circuit”
in the BIOS setup is TM1 instead of TM2 (BIOS version MODBR115.wph or later), which is the default for
the ETX®-PM 1100 MHz, 1400 MHz, 1600 MHz and 1800 MHz. The ETX®-PM Celeron 1500 MHz 1300
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MHz/1000 MHz/800 MHz/600 MHz does not support TM2. See sections Thermal Monitor and
Catastrophic Thermal Protection and Power Menu of this document for more information about TM1 and
TM2.
Warning:
6.4
AT power supplies do not support the “Critical Trip Point” feature.
Cooling Solutions
With introduction of higher frequency CPUs into the embedded market the need to design more efficient
cooling solutions is now a necessity. These higher frequency CPUs generate much more heat, which must
be removed from the application. One solution that has become more common in the embedded market
is the use of heat pipes when designing a cooling solution. Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH has
designed some cooling solutions that utilize heat pipes in order to perform some tests. Although
Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH designed these cooling solutions strictly for test purposes, and not as
a standard ETX® cooling solution, the knowledge gained from these tests is being made available to
customers in the form of an application note called PM_Thermal_Guidelines_E1xx.pdf. This application
note should be used as a guideline to help evaluate potential thermal designs. It can be found on
Kontron’s web site at http://www.kontron.com on the ETX® product page and in the Tech Support
section.
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Design Considerations
7.1
Thermal Management
A heat-spreader plate assembly is available from Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH for the ETX®-PM.
The heat-spreader plate on top of this assembly is NOT a heat sink. It works as an ETX®-standard thermal
interface to use with a heat sink or other cooling device.
External cooling must be provided to maintain the heat-spreader plate at proper operating
temperatures. Under worst-case conditions, the cooling mechanism must maintain an ambient air and
heat-spreader plate temperature of 60° C or less.
The aluminum slugs and thermal pads on the underside of the heat-spreader assembly implement
thermal interfaces between the heat spreader plate and the major heat-generating components on the
ETX®-PM. About 80 percent of the power dissipated within the module is conducted to the heat-spreader
plate and can be removed by the cooling solution.
For 1100MHz modules, the heat dissipated into the plate ranges from 18 to 20 watts. Design a cooling
solution to dissipate the heat load on a heat-spreader plate at a minimum of 20 watts to accommodate
all ETX®-PM modules.
You can use many thermal-management solutions with the heat-spreader plates, including active and
passive approaches. The optimum cooling solution varies, depending on the ETX® application and
environmental conditions. Please see the ETX® Design Guide for further information on thermal
management.
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7.2
Heatspreader Dimensions
7.2.1
ETX®-PM Heatspreader for modules up to CE 2.7.X
This is the backside view of the heatspreader plate with pads marked for the heat generating
components for modules with CPU frequencies up to 1.8 GHz. The heatspreader is designed for a better
heat dissipation from CPU-die to aluminium plate.
Article numbers:
18008-0000-99-2: Heatspreader ETX®-PM, Threaded Hole Stand Off for boards up to CE 2.7.X
18008-0000-99-3: Heatspreader ETX®-PM, Through Hole Stand Off for boards up to CE 2.7.X
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7.2.2
ETX®-PM Heatspreader for modules starting from CE 3.X.X
This is the backside view of the heatspreader plate with pads marked for the heat generating
components for modules starting from CE-Revision 3.X.X. The heatspreader is designed for a better heat
dissipation from CPU-die to aluminium plate. Two additional mounting holes around the CPU were
placed to ensure an optimum contact from CPU-die to the copper heat pad.
Article numbers:
18008-0000-99-4: Heatspreader ETX®-PM, Threaded Hole Stand Off for boards from CE 3.X.X
18008-0000-99-5: Heatspreader ETX®-PM, Through Hole Stand Off for boards from CE 3.X.X
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8
Important Technology Information
The following technological information is designed to give the reader a better understanding of some of
features of the ETX®-PM. This information can be referenced when reading the System Resources and
BIOS Operation sections that follow. There are also references to additional documentation that will
help to develop a better understanding of the technical information described herein.
8.1
I/O APIC vs 8259 PIC Interrupt mode
The I/O APIC (Advanced Programmable Interrupt Controller) handles interrupts differently then the
8259 PIC. The following information explains these differences.
8.1.1
Method of interrupts transmission
The I/O APIC transmits interrupts through the system bus and interrupts are handled without the needs
for the processor to run an interrupt acknowledge cycle.
8.1.2
Interrupt priority
The priority of interrupts in the I/O APIC is independent of the interrupt number.
8.1.3
More interrupts
The I/O APIC in the chipset of the ETX®-PM supports a total of 24 interrupts.
The APIC is not supported by all operating systems. Only Windows Xp supports APIC. The APIC mode must
be enabled in the BIOS setup before the OS installation. APIC only works in ACPI mode.
For more information see chapter 8 of the IA-32 Intel Architecture Software Developer’s Manual, Volume
3.
Note:
8.2
Enable the APIC mode if your OS supports it.
Native vs. compatible IDE mode
Windows XP SP1 and Windows Server 2003 will switch a native-mode-capable ATA controller from
compatible to native mode if the BIOS indicates that the controller can be switched, the controller
supports native mode and the appropriate registry entry is set. You must add a DWORD VALUE called
EnableNativeModeATA under:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/System/CurrentControlSet/Control/PnP/Pci/ and set 1 as the value.
8.2.1
Compatible Mode
The ATA controller emulates a legacy IDE controller, which is a non-standard extension of the ISA-based
IDE controller. In compatible mode, the controller requires two ISA IRQs (14 and 15) that cannot be
shared with other devices.
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8.2.2
Native Mode
The ATA controller acts as a true PCI device that does not require dedicated legacy resources and can be
configured anywhere in the system. ATA controllers running in native mode use their PCI interrupt for
both channels and can share this interrupt pin with other devices in the system, like any other PCI
device.
By requiring only one shareable interrupt instead of two non-shareable ones, native-mode controllers
significantly decrease the likelihood that a user will install a device that cannot work because no
interrupts are available.
Enable Native IDE mode if your OS supports it.
Note:
8.3
For more information see: BIOS Settings for Native-Mode-Capable ATA Controllers
Thermal Monitor and Catastrophic Thermal Protection
The Thermal Monitor within the Pentium M processor helps to control the processor temperature by
activating the TCC (Thermal Control Circuit) when the processor silicon reaches its maximum operating
temperature. The temperature at which the Intel Thermal Monitor activates the TCC is not userconfigurable and is not software visible.
The Thermal Monitor controls the processor temperature by modulating (starting and stopping) the CPU
core clocks at a 50% duty cycle (TM1) or by initiating an Enhanced Intel SpeedStep technology transition
(TM2) when the processor silicon reaches its maximum operating temperature (selectable in setup).
Note:
TM2 is the recommended mode for the Intel Pentium M processor.
Not supported on the ETX®-PM Celeron 0.6 GHz, 0.8 GHz, 1.0 GHz, 1.3GHz and 1.5 GHz.
Thermal Monitor supports two modes to activate the TCC: Automatic and On-Demand mode. The Intel
Thermal Monitor Automatic Mode must be enabled via BIOS for the processor to be operating within
specification.
Automatic mode does not require any additional hardware, software drivers, or interrupt handling
routines.
Note:
With a properly designed thermal solution, the TCC is only active for very short periods, hence processor
performance impact is expected to be so minor that it would not be detectable.
For more details see chapter 5.1.2 of the Intel Pentium M Processor Datasheet.
The Intel Pentium M processor supports the THERMTRIP# signal for catastrophic thermal protection.
In the event of a catastrophic cooling failure, the processor will automatically shut down when the
silicon has reached a temperature of approximately 125°C. At this point the system BUS signal
THERMTRIP# will go active.
THERMTRIP# activation is independent of processor activity and does not generate any bus cycles.
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8.3.1
Summary
Thermal Control Circuit reduces performance when the processor reaches its max. operating temperature
(100°C). THERMTRIP# shuts down the system in case of catastrophic cooling failure.
8.4
Processor Performance Control
The Pentium M processor can run in different performance states (multiple frequency/voltage operating
points). The CPU performance can be altered while the computer is functioning. This allows the
processor to run at different core frequencies and voltages depending on CPU thermal state and OS
policy.
Windows XP includes built-in processor performance control to operate the processor more efficiently
when it is not fully utilized. Win2k, WinME and Win9x do not support processor performance control.
Special software is required for Oses not capable of processor performance control.
In Windows, the processor performance control policy is linked to the Power Scheme setting in the
control panel power option applet.
Note:
8.5
Windows always runs at the highest performance state when the “Home/Office” or “Always On” power
scheme is selected.
For a more detailed information about processor performance control, see:
Chapter 8 of the ACPI Specification Revision 2.0c available at www.acpi.info Windows platform design note
and at: Windows Native Processor Performance Control
Thermal Management
ACPI allows the OS to play a role in the thermal management of the system. With the OS in control of the
operating environment, cooling decisions can be made based on the application load on the CPU and the
thermal heuristics of the system.
The ACPI thermal solution on ETX®-PM supports three cooling policies:
Active Cooling
The OS is turning the fan on/off. Active cooling devices typically consume power and produce noise, but
are able to cool a thermal zone without limiting system performance. The active cooling trip point
declares the temperature threshold the OS uses to decide when to start/stop active cooling devices. See
section ETX®-PM onboard Fan connector for more information about the ETX®-PM onboard Fan control.
Passive Cooling
The OS reduces the power consumption of the processor by throttling the processor clock to reduce the
temperature of the thermal zone. Passive cooling devices (processor) produce no noise. The passive
cooling trip point declares the temperature threshold where the OS will start or stop passive cooling.
Critical Trip Point
The OS performs an orderly, but critical, shutdown of the system when the temperature reaches the
critical trip point.
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8.6
ETX®-PM onboard Fan connector
This section describes how to connect a fan to the connector located directly on the ETX®-PM. With
certain BIOS-settings it is possible to control the fan depending on the Active Trip Point temperature.
The fan switches on/off depending on the adjusted Active Trip Point temperature. In order for this
feature to function properly an ACPI compliant OS is necessary.
Note:
The ETX® PM BIOS supports only turning the onboard FAN ON/OFF. For additional support 3rd party software
is necessary. Schematics of Fan control
®
Part number (Molex) J1:
53261-0390
®
Mates with:
51021-0300
®
Crimp terminals:
50079-8100
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8.6.1
Location and Pinout of Fan connector J1
1 2 3
Pinout
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8.6.2
BIOS Settings
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8.6.3
Electrical characteristics
Vcc =
5V
Imax (continuous) =
0,68 A
Imax (pulsed) =
2A
Sense (Tacho-pulse) = 4 Pulses per turn
Note:
8.7
The 5 V output is not short circuit proof. The user has to ensure that the circuit is protected externally, for
example by a fuse on the backplane.
Processor Clock Throttling
The ACPI OS assesses the optimum CPU performance change necessary to lower the temperature using
the following equation:
ΔP[%] = TC1(Tn-Tn-1) + TC2(Tn-Tt)
ΔP is the performance delta, Tt is the target temperature = passive cooling trip point. The two
coefficients TC1 and TC2 and the sampling period TSP are hardware dependent constants the end user
must supply (setup options section ACPI Control Submenu).
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It’s up to the end user to set the cooling preference of the system by setting the appropriate trip points
in the BIOS setup.
Note:
See chapter 12 of the ACPI specification (www.acpi.info) for more details.
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8.8
ACPI Suspend Modes and Resume Events
The ETX®-PM, supports the S1 (POS=Power On Suspend) state. S3 (=Save to Ram) is supported on
modules from CE-Rev. 3.X.X or later and BIOS Rev. MODBR12x or later.
S4 (=Save to Disk) is not supported by the BIOS (S4_BIOS) but it is supported by the following operating
systems:
®
WinME
®
Win2k
®
WinXP (S4_OS=Hibernate)
The following resumes are supported:
Note:
8.9
Resume Event
S1
S3 hot
S3 cold
S5
Power Button
WakeOnLAN
USB
PS2
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes*
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
S3 hot: 5VSB on and 5V switched to 5V
S3 cold: 5VSB on and 5V switched to 5VSB
*Not supported on ETX Eval Backplane, works only if the USB Device is supplied from 5VSB
USB 2.0 (EHCI) Host Controller Support
The EHCI host controller shares the 6 USB ports with the 3 UHCI host controllers. Integrated into the
EHC functionality is a port-routing logic, which performs the mixing between the UHCI and EHCI host
controllers. If a device is connected that is not capable of USB2.0’s high-speed signaling protocol, or if
the EHCI software drivers are not present, than the UHCI controller owns the ports.
Routing Diagram:
Note:
USB2.0 high speed boot is supported by the BIOS.
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System Resources
9.1
Interrupt Request (IRQ) Lines
In 8259 PIC mode
IRQ #
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Note:
Used For
Available
Timer0
Keyboard
Slave 8259
COM2
COM1
LPT2
Floppy Drive Controller
LPT1
RTC
SCI
COM3
COM4
PS/2 Mouse
FPU
IDE0
IDE1
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Comment
Note (1)
Note (1)
Note (2)
Note (1)
Note (1)
Note (3)
Note (2)
Note (2)
Note (1)
Note (1)
Note (1)
1 If the “Used For” device is disabled in setup, the corresponding interrupt is available for other devices.
2 Unavailable if baseboard is equipped with an I/O controller SMC FDC37C669, and the device is enabled in
setup.
3 Unavailable in Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) mode. Used as System Control Interrupt
(SCI) in ACPI mode. Currently not free in Non-ACPI mode.
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In APIC mode:
IRQ #
Used For
Available
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
Timer0
Keyboard
Slave 8259
COM2
COM1
PCI/LPT2
Floppy Drive Controller
LPT1
RTC
SCI
COM3
COM4
PS/2 Mouse
FPU
IDE0
IDE1
PIRQ[A]
PIRQ[B]
PIRQ[C]
PIRQ[D]
PIRQ[E]
PIRQ[F]
PIRQ[G]
PIRQ[H]
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
For PCI
For PCI
For PCI
For PCI
No
No
No
No
Note:
9.2
DMA #
Comment
Note (1)
Note (1)
Note (2)
Note (1)
Note (1)
System Control Interrupt (3)
Note (2)
Note (2)
Note (1)
Note (4)
Note (4)
PCI IRQ line 1 + USB UCHI controller #1 + Graphics controller
PCI IRQ line 2 + AC97 Audio controller
PCI IRQ line 3 + USB UCHI controller #3 + Native IDE
PCI IRQ line 4 + USB UCHI controller #2
Lan Controller
USB EHCI controller
1 If the “Used For” device is disabled in setup, the corresponding interrupt is available for other devices.
2 Unavailable if baseboard is equipped with an I/O controller SMC FDC37C669, and the device is enabled in
setup.
3 Unavailable in Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) mode. Used as System Control
Interrupt (SCI) in ACPI mode. Currently not free in Non-ACPI mode.
4 IRQs are available if IDE controller is either disabled in setup or if in Native IDE mode.
Direct Memory Access (DMA) Channels
Used for
0
1
Available
Comment
Yes
Yes
2
FDC
No
3
4
5
6
7
LPT
Cascade
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
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If the “used-for” device is disabled in setup, the corresponding DMA channel is
available for other devices.
Unavailable if LPT is used in ECP mode.
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9.3
Memory Area
Upper Memory
Used for
Available
Comment
C0000h – CFFFFh
D0000h – DFFFFh
E0000h – FFFFFh
VGA BIOS
No
Yes
No
ISA bus or shadow RAM
9.4
System BIOS
I/O Address Map
The I/O-port addresses of the ETX®-PM are functionally identical with a standard PC/AT.
The following I/O ports are used:
I/O Address
Used for
Available
Comment
2E8-2Efh
No
Available if external I/O controller not used.
No
Available if external I/O controller not used.
3E8-3Efh
COM4
Configuration
space for SMC
controller
COM3
No
1000h >
PCI
No
Available if external I/O controller not used.
I/O ports 1000h and above might be allocated by PCI devices or
onboard hardware.
370-371h
9.5
Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) Devices
PCI Device
Busmaster
Audio, USB
and Ethernet
PCI Interrupt
Comment
See IRQ resource
tables above
Integrated in the Intel chipset. No REQx/GNTx pair needed.
You can use REQ0/GNT0, REQ1/GNT1, REQ2/GNT2, and REQ3/GNT3 pairs for external PCI devices.
9.6
Inter-IC (I2C) Bus
I2C Address
Used For
Available
Comment
JIDA-Bus-Nr.
A0h
A2h
B0h
JIDA-EEPROM
JIDA-EEPROM
WD-PIC
No
No
No
EEPROM for CMOS data.
0
0
0
9.7
Reserved for internal use.
System Management (SM) Bus
Following SM bus addresses are reserved.
SM Bus Address
SM Device
Comment
JIDA-Bus-Nr.
10h
12h
14h
16h
A0h
D2h
SMB Host
SMART_CHARGER
SMART_SELECTOR
SMART_BATTERY
SPD
Clock generator
Do not use under any circumstances.
Not to be used with any SM bus device except a charger
Not to be used with any SM bus device except a selector
Not to be used with any SM bus device except a battery
SDRAM EEPROM
Do not use under any circumstances.
1
1
1
1
1
1
The standard ETX®-PM Power management BIOS does support MARS (Mobile Application platform for
Rechargeable Systems). Further details about MARS are available at Embedded Modules Division Kontron.
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9.8
JILI-I2C Bus
I2C Address
Used For
Available
Comment
JIDA-Bus-Nr.
A0h
JILI-EEPROM
No
EEPROM for JILI-Data
2
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10
BIOS Operation
The module is equipped with a Phoenix BIOS, which is located in an onboard Flash EEPROM. The device
has 8-bit access. Faster access (16 bit) is provided by the shadow RAM feature. You can update the BIOS
using a Flash utility.
10.1
Determining the BIOS Version
To determine the PhoenixBIOS version, immediately press the Pause key on your keyboard as soon as you
see the following text display in the upper left corner of your screen:
PhoenixBIOS 4.0 Release 6.1.X.XX
Copyright 1985-2006 Phoenix Technology Ltd
All Rights Reserved
Kontron® BIOS Version <MODBR130>
© Copyright 2002-2006 Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH
10.2
Setup Guide
The PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility changes system behavior by modifying the BIOS configuration. The setup
program uses a number of menus to make changes and turn features on or off.
The BIOS setup menus documented in this section represent those found in most models of the ETX®PM. The BIOS Setup for specific models can differ slightly.
Note:
Selecting incorrect values may cause system boot failure. Load setup default values to recover by pressing
<F9>. It might also be necessary to use the “reset configuration data” option in the BIOS setup and set it to
“yes”. In certain circumstances this may also help to recover from system boot failure or a resource conflict.
10.2.1 Start Phoenix BIOS Setup Utility
To start the PhoenixBIOS setup utility, press <F2> when the following string appears during bootup.
Press <F2> to enter Setup
The Info Menu then appears.
The Setup Screen is composed of several sections:
Setup Screen
Location
Function
Menu Bar
Legend Bar
Item Specific Help Window
Menu Window
General Help Window
Top
Bottom
Right
Left Center
Overlay (center)
Lists and selects all top level menus.
Lists setup navigation keys.
Help for selected item.
Selection fields for current menu.
Help for selected menu.
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Menu Bar
The menu bar at the top of the window lists different menus. Use the left/right arrow keys to make a
selection.
Legend Bar
Use the keys listed in the legend bar on the bottom to make your selections or exit the current menu. The
table below describes the legend keys and their alternates.
Key
Function
<F1> or <Alt-H>
<Esc>
← or → Arrow key
General Help window.
Exit menu.
Select a menu.
↑ or ↓ Arrow key
<Tab> or <Shift-Tab>
<Home> or <End>
<PgUp> or <PgDn>
<F5> or <->
<F6> or <+> or <Space>
<F9>
<F10>
<Enter>
<Alt-R>
Select fields in current menu.
Cycle cursor up and down.
Move cursor to top or bottom of current window.
Move cursor to next or previous page.
Select previous value for the current field.
Select next value for the current field.
Load the default configuration values for this menu.
Save and exit.
Execute command or select submenu.
Refresh screen.
Selecting an Item
Use the ↑ or ↓ key to move the cursor to the field you want. Then use the + and – keys to select a value
for that field. The Save Value commands in the Exit menu save the values displayed in all the menus.
Displaying Submenus
Use the ← or → key to move the cursor to the submenu you want. Then press <Enter>. A pointer ()
marks all submenus.
Item Specific Help Window
The Help window on the right side of each menu displays the Help text for the selected item. It updates
as you move the cursor to each field.
General Help Window
Pressing <F1> or <Alt-F1> on a menu brings up the General Help window that describes the legend keys
and their alternates. Press <Esc> to exit the General Help window.
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10.3
Info Menu
Feature
Option
Description
BIOS Version
BIOS Date
Board Name
Board Class
Serial Number
Manufacturing
Date
Hardware Revision
Boot Counter
CPU Type
CPU Speed
Microcode
MODBRXXX
MM/DD/YY
MODB
CPU
ABC123456
Current BIOS Revision on this Board
Building Date of the BIOS
Project Code of the Board
Describes the Board Class
Serial Number of the Board
DD/MM/YYYY
Date of Manufacturing
XX.YY
123
Pentium® M processor X.XG
XXXX MHz
24 (0x18)
System Memory
N/A
Extended Memory
N/A
Shadow RAM
Cache RAM
N/A
Shows the last two numbers of the hardware revision
Number of boot sequences
Displays the CPU type
CPU Frequency in Mega Hertz
Displays the CPU Microcode
Displays amount of conventional memory in Kbyte detected during
bootup.
Displays amount of extended memory in Kbyte detected during
bootup.
Displays amount of shadow memory in Kbyte detected during bootup.
Displays amount of 2nd level Cache in Kbyte detected during bootup.
Note:
All items on this menu cannot be modified in user mode. If any items require changes, please consult your
system Supervisor.
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10.4
Main Menu
Feature
Option
Description
System Time
System Date
Set system time. Use <Enter to move to MM or SS.
Set system date. Use <Enter to move to DD or YYYY.
8Primary Master
HH:MM:SS
MM/DD/YYYY
Disabled
360 kB, 5 ¼ “
1.2 MB, 5 ¼ “
720 kB, 3 ½ “
1.44/1.25 MB, 3 ½ “
2.88 MB, 3 ½ “
Disabled
See above
Autodetected drive
8Primary Slave
Autodetected drive
Displays result of PS autotyping.
8Secondary
Master
Autodetected drive
Displays result of SM autotyping.
8Secondary Slave
Autodetected drive
Smart Device
Monitoring
Disabled
Enabled
Displays result of SS autotyping.
IDE Failure Prediction. Turns on Self-Monitoring Analysis-Reporting
Technology, which monitors the condition of the hard drive and reports
when a catastrophic IDE failure is about to happen.
Hard Disk PreDelay
Disabled
3 Seconds
6 Seconds
9 Seconds
12 Seconds
15 Seconds
21 Seconds
30 Seconds
Legacy Diskette A
Legacy Diskette B
Note:
Select floppy type. Note that 1.25 MB 3 ½“ references a 1024
byte/sector Japanese media format. The 1.25 MB 3 ½“ diskette requires
a 3-Mode floppy-disk drive.
See above
Displays result of PM autotyping.
Adds a delay before the first access of a hard disk by the BIOS. Some hard
disks hang if accessed before they have initialized themselves. This delay
ensures the hard disk has initialized after power up, prior to being
accessed.
In the Option column, bold shows default settings.
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10.4.1 Master or Slave Submenus
Feature
Type
Cylinders
Heads
Sectors
Maximum Capacity
Total Sectors
Maximum Capacity
Multi-Sector Transfer
LBA Mode Control
32-Bit I/O
Transfer Mode
Ultra DMA Mode
Option
Description
None
IDE Removable
ATAPI Removable
CD-ROM
Other ATAPI
User
Auto
1 to 65,536
1 to 256
1 to 63
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disabled
2 sectors
4 sectors
8 sectors
16 sectors
Disabled
Enabled
None = Autotyping is not able to supply the drive type or end user has
selected None, disabling any drive that may be installed.
User = You enter parameters of hard-disk drive installed at this
connection.
Auto = Autotypes hard-disk drive installed here.
CD-ROM = A CD-ROM drive is installed here.
ATAPI Removable = Removable disk drive is installed here.
Number of cylinders.
Number of read/write heads.
Number of sectors per track.
Displays the calculated size of the drive in CHS
Number of total sectors in LBA mode
Displays the calculated size of the drive in LBA
Disabled
Enabled
Standard
Fast PIO 1
Fast PIO 2
Fast PIO 3
Fast PIO 4
FPIO 3/ DMA 1
FPIO 4/ DMA 2
Disabled
Mode 0
Mode 1
Enables 32-bit communication between CPU and IDE card. Requires PCI or
Local Bus.
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Any selection except Disabled determines the number of sectors
transferred per block.
Standard is 1 sector per block.
Enabling LBA causes Logical Block Addressing to be used in place of CHS.
Selects the method for transferring the data between the hard disk and
system memory.
Selects the UDMA mode used for moving data to/from the drive. Autotype
the drive to select the optimum transfer mode.
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SMART Device
Monitoring
10.5
Mode 2
Mode 3
Mode 4
Mode 5
Disabled
Enabled
Shows if SMART Device monitoring is supported by the drive.
Advanced Menu
Feature
Option
Description
8Advanced Chipset Control
sub menu
Opens Advanced Chipset Control sub menu.
8PCI/PNP Configuration
sub menu
Opens PCI/PNP Config sub menu.
8Memory Cache
sub menu
Opens Cache Control sub menu.
8I/O Device Configuration
sub menu
Opens Peripheral Config sub menu.
8Keyboard Features
sub menu
Opens Keyboard Features sub menu.
8Hardware Monitor
sub menu
Shows hardware monitor current state.
8Watchdog Settings
sub menu
Opens Watchdog Config sub menu.
8Display Control
sub menu
Opens Display Control sub menu
8Miscellaneous
sub menu
Opens sub menu with miscellaneous options.
Note: Setting items on this menu to incorrect values may cause your system to malfunction.
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10.5.1 Advanced Chipset Control Submenu
Feature
Option
Description
Enable Memory gap
Disabled
Extended
If enabled, turn system RAM off to free address space for use with an
option card. A 1 MB extended memory gap, starting at 15 MB, will be
created in system RAM.
Graphics Engine 1
Graphics Engine 2
Graphics Memory
Max. supported Mem Freq:
Serial Interrupt Mode
Note:
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
Enabled
1MB, 8MB, 16MB,
32MB UMA
DDR200
DDR266
DDR333
Quiet
Continuous
Enable/Disable Internal Graphics Device.
Enabled/Disabled Function 1 of the Internal Graphics Device
Select the amount of main memory that the Internal Graphics Device
will use.
Use this node to limit the supported memory frequencies. Chaning
this option requires a cold start.
Set the mode for the Serial IRQ. Continuous mode is advisable with
high interrupt traffic on the Serial IRQ line. This includes all ISA, LPC
and SIO devices.
In the Option column, bold shows default settings.
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10.5.2 PCI/PNP Configuration Submenu
Feature
Option
PNP OS installed
No
Yes
Reset Configuration Data*
No
Yes
Secured Setup Configuration
8PCI Device, Slot #x
PCI IRQ line 1
PCI IRQ line 2
PCI IRQ line 3
PCI IRQ line 4
Onboard LAN IRQ line
Onboard EHCI IRQ line
Description
If your system has a PnP OS (e.g. Win9x) select Yes to let
the OS configure PnP devices not required for booting. No
allows the BIOS to configure them.
Note: An incorrect setting can cause some operating
systems to display unexpected behaviour.
Yes erases all configuration data in ESCD, which stores the
configuration settings for plug-in devices. Select Yes when
required to restore the manufacturer’s defaults.
Yes prevents a Plug and Play OS from changing system
settings.
Yes
No
sub menu
Opens sub menu to configure slot x PCI device
Disabled
Auto Selec
IRQ3, 4, 5,
7, 9, 10, 11,
12, 14,15
PCI devices can use hardware interrupts called IRQ´s. A
PCI device cannot use IRQ´s already in use by ISA or EISA
devices. Use “Auto” only if no ISA or EISA legacy cards are
installed.
8PCI/PNP ISA UMB Region Exclusion
Sub menu
Opens UMB Exclusion sub menu.
8PCI/PNP ISA IRQ Resource Exclusion
sub menu
Default Primary Video Adapter
AGP
PCI
Opens IRQ Exclusion sub menu.
Select “PCI” to have a PCI video card, if installed, used for
the boot display device.
Select “AGP” to have a AGP
video card, if installed, used for the boot display device.
Determines whether the onchip SMBus host controller gets
an IRQ assigned.
Assign IRQ to SMB
Assign IRQ to VGA
Note:
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
Enabled
Determines whether the VGA Device gets an IRQ assigned
In the Option column, bold shows default settings.
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*Setting this option to “yes”, under certain circumstances, may help to recover from system boot failure or a
resource conflict.
PCI Device, Slot # x Submenu
Feature
Option
Description
Option ROM Scan
Disabled
Enabled
Initialize device expansion ROM.
Disabled
Enabled
Default,
20h, 40h,
60h, 80h,
A0h, C0h,
E0h
Enable Master
Latency Timer
Note:
Enables device in slot as a PCI bus master, not every device can function as a
master. Check device documentation.
Minimum guaranteed time slice allocated for bus master in units of PCI bus clocks.
A high-priority, high-throughput device may benefit from a greater value.
In the Option column, bold shows default settings.
PCI/PNP ISA UMB Region Exclusion Submenu
Feature
Option
CC00 – CFFF
D000 – D3FF
D400 – D7FF
D800 – DBFF
DC00 – DEFF
Note:
Available
Reserved
see above
see above
see above
see above
Description
Reserves the specified block of upper memory for use by legacy ISA devices.
see above
see above
see above
see above
In the Option column, bold shows default settings.
PCI/PNP ISA IRQ Exclusion Submenu
Feature
IRQ3
IRQ4
IRQ5
IRQ7
IRQ9*
IRQ10
IRQ11
IRQ12
IRQ14
IRQ15
Note:
Option
Available
Reserved
see above
see above
see above
see above
see above
see above
see above
see above
see above
Description
Reserves the specified IRQ for use by legacy ISA devices.
see above
see above
see above
see above
see above
see above
see above
see above (visible only if primary IDE disabled)
see above (visible only if secondary IDE disabled)
In the Option column, bold shows default settings.
* IRQ9 is used for SCI in ACPI mode. Do not use for legacy ISA devices.
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10.5.3 Memory Cache Submenu
Feature
Option
Memory Cache
Cache System BIOS area
Cache Video BIOS area
Cache Base 0 – 512k
Cache Base 512 – 640k
Cache Extended Base / Extended
Memory area:
D000 – D3FF
D400 – D7FF
D800 – DBFF
DC00 – DFFF
Note:
Description
Disabled
Enabled
uncached
Write Protect
uncached
Write Protect
Uncached
Write Through
Write Protect
Write Back
Uncached
Write Through
Write Protect
Write Back
uncached
Write Through
Write Protected
Write Back
Enables or Disables the L2 cache.
Controls caching of System BIOS area.
Controls caching of Video BIOS area.
Controls caching of 512k base memory.
Controls caching of 512k – 640k base memory.
Controls caching of system memory below 640k / above
1MB.
Disabled: block is not cached.
Write Through: Writes are cached and sent to main
memory at once.
Write Protect: Writes are ignored.
Write Back: Writes are cached, but not sent to main
memory until necessary.
Disabled
Write Through
Write Protected
Write Back
In the Option column, bold shows default settings.
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10.5.4 I/O Device Configuration Submenu
Feature
Option
Local Bus IDE adapter
Disabled
Primary
Secondary
Both
Description
Enables the integrated local bus IDE device.
Enabled
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
sub menu
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled limits max. transfer mode to UDMA33. Enabled
allows UDMA66 and above.
8LAN Options
sub menu
Opens LAN sub menu.
8SIO Options
sub menu
Opens SIO sub menu.
Primary IDE UDMA66/100
Secondary IDE UDMA66/100
8USB Options
AC97 Audio Controller
Notes:
Disabled limits max. transfer mode to UDMA33. Enabled
allows UDMA66 and above.
Opens USB sub menu.
Enable the AC97 Audio device. This Setup Item will have
no effect if an AC97 Audio MDC is not present.
In the Option column, bold shows default settings.
USB Sub menu
Feature
USB UHCI Host Controller 1
USB UHCI Host Controller 2
Option
Description
Enabled
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
Enable/ Disable UHCI 1 HC =
USB ports 0 and 1.
USB EHCI Host Controller *
Enabled
Disabled
Legacy USB Support
Enabled
Disabled
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Enable/ Disable UHCI 2 HC =
USB ports 2 and 3.
Control USB 2.0 functionality through this Setup Item. If
enabled, Ports 0 - 3 are multiplexed between UHCI and
EHCI. Ports are routed to EHCI if an USB2.0 high speed
device is connected and an EHCI driver is loaded.
Enable support for Legacy Universal Serial Bus. If
disabled it is not possible to boot from USB devices and
USB keyboards/mice will not function until a OS driver is
loaded. USB keyboards will still function in setup.
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EHCI Legacy Support
Enabled
Disabled
EHCI Handoff Patch
Enabled
Disabled
Notes:
This Enables EHCI Legacy Support. Disable this if you
have an OS that doesn't have either ACPI support or an
EHCI driver (not an USB2 driver) installed.
This patch must be applied if OSes before WinXP SP2 have
problems gaining control over USB EHCI ports. It should
not be necessary for newer OSes.
In the Option column, bold shows default settings.
*The USB ports are multiplexed between UHCI and EHCI. Ports are routed to EHCI if an USB 2.0 high-speed
device is connected and an EHCI driver is loaded.
If you want to use the USB boot feature, enable USB BIOS Legacy Support.
LAN Sub menu
Feature
Option
LAN MAC address (Eth1)
00:E0:4B:XX:XX:XX
Onboard LAN Controller
Disabled
Enabled
Onboard LAN PXE ROM
Disabled
Enabled
Enable WOL
OS controlled
Enabled
Notes:
Description
Shows the MAC address of the onboard ethernet
controller.
Enables the ICH4 internal LAN controller.
Setting item to “Disabled” will remove the LAN from PCI
config space.
Enables the remote boot BIOS extension for the onboard
LAN controller.
This item controls the activation of the PME line which
can be used to wake the system via LAN.
OS "control" means that BIOS won't interfere with the
settings made in an ACPI OS.
In the Option column, bold shows default settings.
SIO Sub menu
Feature
Option
*Onboard FDC
Disabled
Enabled
Serial port A
Serial port B
Disabled
Enabled
Auto
Mode
Base I/O address
IRQ (port A and B)
Enables or disables the onboard floppy disk controller.
The floppy disk control signals are available on the LPT
lines. Use MOT1/DRV1 signals!
Disabled turns off the port.
Enabled requires end user to enter the base I/O address
and the IRQ.
Auto makes the BIOS configure the port.
Normal,
IR
3F8h, 2F8h, 3E8h, 2E8h
IRQ 3, IRQ 4
*Onboard LPT
Disabled
Enabled
Auto
*Mode
Output only
Bi-directional
EPP
ECP
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Description
Set the mode for serial port B. Normal or Irda.
Select I/O base of port.
Select IRQ of port A and B
Disabled turns off the port.
Enabled requires end user to enter the base I/O address
and the IRQ.
Auto makes the BIOS configure the port.
Set the mode for the parallel port.
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*Base I/O address
378h, 278h, 3BC
Select I/O base of port.
*IRQ
IRQ 5, IRQ 7
Select IRQ of parallel port.
*DMA channel
DMA3, DMA1
**External FDC
Disabled
Enabled
**Serial port C
**Serial port D
Disabled
Enabled
**External LPT
Disabled
Enabled
**Mode
**Base I/O address
**IRQ
Notes:
Configure using these options:
[Disabled]: No configuration
[Enabled]: User configuration
Disabled turns off the port.
**Enabled requires end user to enter the base I/O
address and the IRQ.
**Disabled turns off the port.
Enabled requires end user to enter the base I/O address
and the IRQ.
Output only
Bi-directional
EPP
378h, 278h,
IRQ 5, IRQ 7
Set the mode for the parallel port.
Select I/O base of port.
Select IRQ of parallel port.
In the Option column, bold shows default settings.
*The FDC and LPT settings marked with an asterisk () are mutually exclusive. The FDC or the LPT settings are
visible, depending on a configuration resistor on the OEM backplane. If FDC is selected, the FDC signals are
available at the LPT port (external floppy). Only Drive B (MOD1/DRV1) is supported, but the drives are
internally swapped to let the drive appear as Drive A.
**Available if an external Super I/O (SMSC FDC37C669) is on the base board.
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10.5.5 Keyboard Features Submenu
Feature
Option
Numlock
Key Click
Keyboard auto-repeat rate
Keyboard auto-repeat delay
PS2 Scanner Workaround
Note:
Auto
On
Off
Disabled
Enabled
30/sec,26.7/sec,
21.8/sec, 13.3/sec,
10/sec, 6/sec, 2/sec
¼ sec, ½ sec, ¾
sec, 1 sec
Disabled
Enabled
Description
On or Off turns NumLock on or off at bootup. Auto turns NumLock
on if it finds a numeric key pad.
Turns audible key click on.
Sets number of times to repeat a keystroke per second if you hold
the key down.
Sets delay time after the key is held down before it begins to
repeat the keystroke.
This is a workaround for some PS2 scanners that require to be
enabled after a reset.
In the Option column, bold shows default settings.
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10.5.6 Hardware Monitor Submenu
This submenu shows the current voltages and temperatures of the system.
Vcc (3.3)
5Vsb
CPU core
Battery Voltage
CPU Temperature
CPU Fan Speed
Edges Per Fan
Revolution
3.3V power plane
5V Stand by voltage
Core voltage (depends on CPU)
Backup Battery Voltage
Temperature of CPU die
Speed of CPU Fan
This is used to correctly display the Fan speed. Please note it only takes effect after a reboot.
10.5.7 Watchdog Settings Submenu
Feature
Mode
Delay
Timeout
Note:
Option
Disabled
Reset
NMI
1s, 5s, 10s, 30s, 1min, 5.5min,10.5min,
30.5min
1s, 5s, 10s, 30s, 1min, 5.5min, 10.5min,
30.5min
Description
Select watchdog operation mode.
The time until the watchdog counter starts counting. Useful to
handle longer boot times.
Maximum trigger period.
In the Option column, bold shows default settings.
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10.5.8 Display Control Submenu
Feature
Option
Display Mode
JDA Revision
Flat Panel Type
*PAID/FPID1
Flat Panel Scaling
**Flat Panel Backlight
***Flat Panel Contrast
Notes:
CRT only
LFP only
CRT+LFP
1.5
VGA 1x18
SVGA 1x18
XGA 1x18
XGA 1x24
XGA 2x18
SXGA 2x24
UXGA 2x18
Enter PAID
Enter FPID
Auto
0 – FFFF, default 0
Centered
Stretched
0 – 255, default 128
0 – 63, default 32
Description
Select the display mode.
Displays the revision of the JILI data area image.
Select Auto to let the BIOS automatically detect the panel
type or use one of the predefined fixed panel types.
Choose Enter PAID or Enter FPID to manually set JILI3 ID
values.
Enter the JILI3 ID.
Stretched expands a low resolution video mode to full screen
on a higher flat panel resolution.
Enter a value to adjust backlight of the LCD.
Enter a value to adjust contrast of the LCD.
*Only available if Flat Panel Type (Enter PAID) or (Enter FPID) are selected.
**Only available if the DAC (MAX5362) is on the OEM backplane or the panel adapter.
***Only available if the digitally controlled potentiometer (Xicor X9429) is on the OEM backplane or the
panel adapter.
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10.5.9 Miscellaneous Submenu
Feature
Floppy Check
Summary Screen
QuickBoot Mode
Extended Memory Testing
Dark Boot
Halt On Errors
PS/2 Mouse
Option
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
Enabled
Normal
Just zero it
None
Disabled
Enabled
Yes
No
Autodetect
Enabled
Disabled
Description
Enabled verifies floppy type on boot; disabled speeds boot.
If enabled, a summary screen is displayed just before booting the OS to
let the end user see the system configuration.
Allows the system to skip certain tests while booting. This will decrease
the time needed to boot the system.
Determines which type of tests will be performed on memory above
1MB.
The option Normal is not visible if QuickBoot is enabled.
If enabled, system comes up with a blank screen instead of the
diagnostic screen during bootup.
Determines if post errors cause the system to halt.
Selecting Disabled prevents any installed PS/2 mouse form functioning,
but frees up IRQ12. Selecting Autodetect frees IRQ12 if no mouse was
detected.
Select DOS if you have DOS. Select Other if you have another OS such as
UNIX.
A large disk is one that has more than 1024 cylinders, more than 16
heads or more than 63 sectors per track.
Large Disk Access Mode
DOS
Other
Spread Spectrum
Disabled
Enabled
Allows the system to use Spread Spectrum
Cmos Backup Type
Restore every boot
Enabled
This node allows the user to select how often the cmos should be
restored. Never: useful for debugging
Cmos Invalid: Only restores the cmos if the cmos is invalid. Saves boot
time
Restore every boot: Ensures the system always boots with the same
settings
Enable SMBIOS UUID
Disabled
Enabled
Enables the SMBIOS Unique Universal Identifier <UUID>
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10.6
Security Menu
Feature
Option
Supervisor Password Is:
User Password Is:
Set Supervisor Password
Up to seven alphanumeric
characters
Set User Password
Up to seven alphanumeric
characters
*Diskette access
User
Supervisor
Fixed disk boot sector
Normal
Write protected
Virus check reminder
System backup reminder
Disabled
Daily
Weekly
Monthly
**Password on boot
Disabled
Enabled
**Password on
bootmenu
Disabled
Enabled
Notes:
Description
Clear
Set
Clear
Set
If a password is chosen "Set" will appear in this field.
If a password is chosen "Set" will appear in this field.
Pressing <Enter> displays the dialog box for entering the
user password. In related systems, this password gives
full access to setup.
Pressing <Enter> displays the dialog box for entering the
user password. In related systems, this password gives
restricted access to setup.
Enabled requires supervisor password to access floppy
disk.
Write protect the boot sector on the hard disk for virus
protection. Requires a password to format or Fdisk the
hard disk.
Displays a message during bootup asking (Y/N) if you
backed up the system or scanned for viruses.
Message returns on each boot until you respond with „Y“.
Daily displays the message on the first boot of the day,
Weekly on the first boot after Sunday, and Monthly on the
first boot of the month.
Enabled requires a password on boot. Requires prior
setting of the supervisor password.
If supervisor password is set and this option is disabled,
BIOS assumes user is booting.
Enables password entry on bootmenu.
In the Option column, bold shows default settings.
Enabling Supervisor Password requires a password for entering Setup.
Passwords are not case sensitive.
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User and Supervisor passwords are related.
*Appears when User/Supervisor password is choosen and Password on boot is enabled.
**Available only when a User/Supervisor password is choosen.
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10.7
Power Menu
A power management system reduces the amount of energy used after specified periods of inactivity. The
setup menu supports:
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Full On state
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Standby state with partial power reduction
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Suspend state with full power reduction
Use the Advanced Options menu to specify whether an activity can terminate a Standby or Suspend state
and restore Full On.
Feature
Option
*Enable ACPI
No
Yes
ACPI Control
sub menu
Thermal Management
sub menu
***1800MHz
1600MHz
1400MHz
1200MHz
1000MHz
800MHz
600MHz
Disabled
Customized
Maximum Power Saving
Maximum Performance
**Max CPU frequency
Power Savings
Standby Timeout
Off, 1min, 2min, 4min, 8min
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Description
*Enables/Disables ACPI BIOS (Advanced Configuration and
Power Interface). IRQ9 is used for SCI (System Control
Interrupt). Do not use for ISA bus devices.
These items will control selective functionality when an ACPI
OS is loaded.
Opens the Themal management submenu
Warning!
Selecting frequencies higher then the default may cause the
system to reach “critical trip point” and shutdown if a proper
cooling solution is not used. Always ensure that you use
proper cooling when selecting higher frequency settings.
Maximum options select predefined values. Select
Customized to make your own selections from the following
fields. Disabled turns off all power management.
Inactivity period required to put system in Standby mode
(partial power shutdown).
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Auto Suspend Timeout
Off, 5min, 10min, 15min,
20min, 30min, 40min, 60min
Hard Disk Timeout
Disabled, 10 sec – 15 min
Wake up Events
sub menu
Off
On
Off
On
Resume on Modem Ring
Resume on Time
Resume Time
Power Supply
Power Button Function
Power Loss Control
Notes:
00:00:00
ATX
AT
Power Off
Sleep
Stay Off
Power On
Last State
Inactivity period required after Standby to Suspend mode
(maximum power shutdown).
Inactivity period of hard disk required before standby (motor
off).
Allows editing of advanced power management features.
Enabled wakes the system on incoming calls detected by
modem (RI).
Enabled wakes the system at a specific time.
Specify the time when the system is to wake up. <Tab>,
<Shift-Tab> or <Enter> selects field.
Choose the connected power supply, ATX or AT.
Determines if the system enters suspend or soft off when the
power button is pressed.
Determines how the system behaves after a power failure.
This only works in conjunction with a CMOS backup battery.
In the Option column, bold indicates default setting.
* See Important Technology Information of this user’s guide for more details about ACPI.
** This option is only available when the module is equipped with BIOS version MODBx14.wph or later
***The CPU frequency values shown in this example are taken from the ETX®-PM 1.8GHz. The default CPU
frequency for the ETX®-PM 1.8 GHz is 1400MHz. Please note that other ETX®-PM variants capable of CPU
frequency switching may have different possible values listed as well as different defaults
10.7.1 ACPI Control sub menu
Feature
Option
Description
APIC – IO APIC Mode
Disabled
Enabled
This item is valid only for Windows2k & XP. Also, a fresh install
of the OS must occur when APIC Mode is desired
Test the IO APIC by setting an item to Enabled. The APIC Table
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Native IDE Support
Disabled
Enabled
*Deepest sleep state for
standby
None
S1
S3
S3/S1
**MARS ACPI Support
Enabled
Disabled
Note:
will then be pointed to by the RSDT, the Local APIC will be
initialized, and the proper enable bits will be set in IHC4M. See
section 8.1I/O APIC vs 8259 PIC Interrupt mode
Enable Native IDE support for WINXP by setting this item.
The NATA Package will be created if this item is set to Enabled.
Changing this item will have no effect in WIN98, WINME, or
WIN2K. See section 8.2 Native vs. compatible IDE mode for more
details.
*S3 saves more power than S1 and choosing "None" will disable
standby in the OS. Please be sure your board support the
appropriate Sleep state when making this choice. S3/S1 offers
the OS the opportunity to select which sleep state to use (may
require new installation to function correctly).
Enables the MARS ACPI support. This allows windows to display
the MARS smart battery info.
*S3hot is supported on boards with CE-Rev. 5.X.X.X or later.
**Further details about MARS (Mobile Application platform for Rechargeable Systems) are available at
Embedded Modules Division - Kontron.
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10.7.2 Thermal Management Sub Menu
Feature
Option
*Automatic Thermal
Monitor Control Circuit
Disabled
**TM1
TM2
Passive Cooling Trip Point
Disabled
40 C – 100 C
Passive TC1 Value
1, 2, 3, …15, 16
Passive TC2 Value
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, …15, 16
Passive TSP Value
2, 4, 6, 8, 10, … 28, 30
Critical Trip Point
40 C – 110 C
Acitve Trip Point
40 C – 100 C
Notes
Description
Enables the thermal control circuit (TCC) of the thermal
monitor feature of the Pentium-M CPU.
TM1 = 50% duty cycle
TM2 = Geyserville III
Automatic TTC must be enabled to ensure that the processor
operates within specification.
Determines the temperature of the ACPI Passive Trip Point,
the point at which the OS will turn on/off CPU clock
throttling.
Determines the TC1 (temperature coefficient 1) value for the
ACPI passive cooling formula. See section 8.7 Processor
Clock Throttling.
Determines the TC2 (temperature coefficient 2) value for the
ACPI passive cooling formula. See section 8.7 Processor
Clock Throttling.
Determines the Tsp (sampling period) value for the ACPI
passive cooling formula. See chapter 8.7 Processor Clock
Throttling.
This value controls the temperature of the ACPI Critical Trip
Point- the point at which the OS will shut the system off.
Determines the temperature of the ACPI Active Trip Point,
the point at which the OS will turn on/off the CPU fan.
In the Option column, bold indicates default setting.
*Available when ACPI is switched off.
Automatic TTC must be enabled to ensure that the processor operates within specificaion.
** The ETX®-PM Celeron M default setting for this value is TM1 (BIOS version MODBR115.wph and later)
because the ETX®-PM Celeron M does not support TM2.
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10.7.3 Wake Up Events sub menu
Feature
Wake on PS2 Mouse activity
Wake on PS2 Keyboard activity
Wake on Serial Port A activity
Wake on Serial Port B activity
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Description
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
Enabled
Enables or disables the system wake function of the specified
device.
Enables or disables the system wake function of the specified
device.
Enables or disables the system wake function of the specified
device.
Enables or disables the system wake function of the specified
device.
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10.8
Boot Menu
10.8.1 MultiBoot
Multiboot allows you to select the following boot devices:
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Hard disk
®
Floppy disk
®
CD-ROM
®
Network card
You can make the selections from Setup, or by selecting the boot device in the BootFirst Menu.
Note:
ETX® PM also supports booting from USB floppy and Mass Storage Device (MSD).
MultiBoot consists of the 2 menus:
®
Setup Boot Menu
®
Boot First Menu
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10.8.2 The Setup Boot Menu
This menu allows selecting the order of the devices from which the BIOS attempts to boot the OS. During
POST, if BIOS is unsuccessful at booting from one device, it will try the next one on the list.
The Boot Menu shows two lists, the boot priority list and the exclude from boot order list. The sample
below shows the default configuration.
Item Specific Help
Boot Priority order:
1. IDE0: <primary master device>
2. IDE1: <primary slave device>
3. IDE2: <secondary master device>
4. IDE3: <secondary slave device>
5. IDE CD: <IDE CD-ROM>
6. USB Key: <USB stick>
7. USB CDROM: <USB CD-ROM device>
8.
Keys used to view or configure devices:
Up and Down arrows select a device.
<+> and <-> moves the device up or down.
<f> and <r> specifies the device fixed or removable.
<x> exclude or include the device to boot.
<Shift + 1> enables or disables a device.
<1 – 4> Loads default boot sequence.
Exclude from boot order:
USB FDC: <USB Floppy drive>
USB HDD: <USB Hard Drive device>
USB ZIP: <USB ZIP drive>
USB LS-120: <USB CDROM device>
PCI BEV:
<PCI LAN device>
PCI SCSI:
<PCI SCSI device>
Bootable Add-in Cards
Notes:
The standard 1.44MB floppy drive is referenced as Legacy Floppy Drives.
The BIOS only tries to boot from the devices (max 8) in the Boot Priority Order list.
10.8.3 Boot First Menu
Display the Boot First Menu by pressing <Esc> during POST. In response, the BIOS displays the message
Entering Boot Menu and then displays the Boot Menu at the end of POST.
Use the menu to select one of the following options:
®
Override the existing boot sequence (for this boot only) by selecting another boot
device. If the specified device does not load the OS, the BIOS reverts to the previous
boot sequence.
®
Enter Setup.
®
Press <Esc> to continue with the existing boot sequence.
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10.9
Exit Menu
The following sections describe the five options in Exit Menu. Pressing <Esc> does not exit this menu.
You must select an item from the menu to exit.
Exit Saving Changes
Saves all selections and exits setup. Upon reboot, the BIOS configures the system according to the Setup
selection stored in CMOS.
Exit Discarding Changes
Use this option to exit Setup without storing new selections in CMOS. Previous selections remain in
effect.
Load Setup Defaults
Select to display the default values for all Setup menus.
Discard Changes
Discards changes made during a Setup session and revert to values previously saved in CMOS.
Save Changes
Saves all selections without exiting Setup.
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10.10
Updating or Restoring BIOS
Phoenix Phlash16 allows you to update or restore the BIOS with a newer version or restore a corrupt
BIOS by using a floppy disk without having to install a new ROM chip.
BIOS Update:
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Download the compressed BIOS File from Kontron EMD CustomerSection and unzip all
files on a DOS bootable media like Floppy Disk or USB stick. Execute the batch file
flash.bat to update the BIOS.
File
Purpose
BIOW.WPH
PHLASH16.EXE
Flash.bat
Actual BIOS image to be programmed into Flash ROM
Phoenix DOS tool to program the Flash ROM.
Batch File with necessary flash command. Execute this file to update the BIOS.
BIOS Crisis Recovery:
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Get the Phoenix Phlash16 compressed file, CRDXXXX.ZIP, from the Kontron website.
It contains the following files:
File
Purpose
MAKEBOOT.EXE
CRISBOOT.BIN
MINIDOS.SYS
PHLASH16.EXE
WINCRISIS.EXE
WINCRISIS.HLP
Creates the custom boot sector on the Crisis Recovery Diskette.
Serves as the Crisis Recovery boot sector code.
Allows the system to boot in Crisis Recovery Mode.
Programs the Flash ROM.
Creates the Crisis Recovery Diskette from Windows.
Serves as the help file of WINCRISES.EXE.
Note:
®
To install Phoenix Phlash16 on a hard disk, unzip the content of CRDXXXX.ZIP into a
local directory such as C:\PHLASH.
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Download the BIOS File from Kontron EMD CustomerSection and copy the file
BIOS.WPH into same directory. BIOS.WPH is a file that contains the 1MB BIOS binary
and flash interface code required by Phlash16.EXE.
Crisis Recovery requires either a floppy disk connected to the LPT interface (external floppy drive_1) or an
USB floppy drive.
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To create a Crisis Recovery Diskette, insert a blank diskette into Drive A: or B: and
execute WINCRISIS.EXE. This copies four files onto the Crisis Recovery Diskette.
File
Purpose
MINIDOS.SYS
PHLASH16.EXE
BIOS.WPH
Allows the system to boot in Crisis Recovery Mode.
Programs the Flash ROM.
Serves as the BIOS image to be programmed into Flash ROM.
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Connect a floppy drive with crisis disk to onboard floppy and the crisis recovery
dongle to COM1. Power on System to recover BIOS.
For more details about Crisis Recovery refer to Kontron Application Note 'KEMAP045' 'Phoenix BIOS
Update'
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10.11
Preventing Problems When Updating or Restoring BIOS
Updating the BIOS represents a potential hazard. Power failures or fluctuations that may occur during
updating the Flash ROM can damage the BIOS code, making the system unbootable.
To prevent this potential hazard, many systems come with a boot-block Flash ROM. The boot-block
region contains a fail-safe recovery routine. If the boot-block code finds a corrupted BIOS (checksum
fails), it boots into the crisis recovery mode and loads a BIOS image from a crisis diskette (see above).
Additionally, the end user can insert an update key into the serial port (COM1 only) to force initiating
the recovery routine for the boot block.
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Appendix F: JIDA Standard
Every board with an on-board BIOS extension supports the following function calls, which supply
information about the board. Jumptec Intelligent Device Architecture (JIDA) functions are called via
Interrupt 15h. Functions include:
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AH=Eah
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AL=function number
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DX=4648h (security word)
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CL=board number (starting with 1)
The interrupt returns a CL≠0 if a board with the number specified in CL does not exist. CL will equal 0 if
the board number exists. In this case, the content of DX determines if the operation was successful.
DX=6B6Fh indicates success; other values indicate an error.
11.1
JIDA Information
To obtain information about boards that follow the JIDA standard, use the following procedure.
Note:
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Call Get BIOS ID with CL=1.
The name of the first device installed will be returned.
If you see the result Board exists (CL=0), increment CL, and call Get BIOS ID again.
®
Repeat until you see Board not present (CL≠0).
You now know the names of all boards within your system that follow the JIDA
standard.
®
You can find out more information about a specific board by calling the appropriate
inquiry function with the board’s number in CL.
Association between board and board number may change because of configuration changes. Do not rely on
any association between board and board number. Always use the procedure described above to determine
the association between board and board number.
Refer to the JIDA manual in the jidai1xx.zip folder, which is available from the Kontron Embedded
Modules GmbH Web site, for further information on implementing and using JIDA calls with C sample
code.
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Appendix G: PC Architecture Information
The following sources of information can help you better understand PC architecture.
12.1
Buses
12.1.1 ISA, Standard PS/2 – Connectors
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AT Bus Design: Eight and Sixteen-Bit ISA, E-ISA and EISA Design, Edward Solari,
Annabooks, 1990, ISBN 0-929392-08-6
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AT IBM Technical Reference Vol 1&2, 1985
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ISA & EISA Theory and Operation, Edward Solari, Annabooks, 1992, ISBN
0929392159
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ISA Bus Specifications and Application Notes, Jan. 30, 1990, Intel
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ISA System Architecture, Third Edition, Tom Shanley and Don Anderson, AddisonWesley Publishing Company, 1995, ISBN 0-201-40996-8
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Personal Computer Bus Standard P996, Draft D2.00, Jan. 18, 1990, IEEE Inc
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Technical Reference Guide, Extended Industry Standard Architecture Expansion Bus,
Compaq 1989
12.1.2 PCI/104
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Embedded PC 104 Consortium
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The consortium provides information about PC/104 and PC/104-Plus technology. You
can search for information about the consortium on the Web.
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PCI SIG
®
The PCI-SIG provides a forum for its ~900 member companies, who develop PCI
products based on the specifications that are created by the PCI-SIG. You can search
for information about the SIG on the Web.
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PCI & PCI-X Hardware and Software Architecture & Design, Fifth Edition, Edward
Solari and George Willse, Annabooks, 2001, ISBN 0-929392-63-9.
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PCI System Architecture, Tom Shanley and Don Anderson, Addison-Wesley, 2000,
ISBN 0-201-30974-2.
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12.2
12.3
General PC Architecture
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Embedded PCs, Markt&Technik GmbH, ISBN 3-8272-5314-4 (German)
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Hardware Bible, Winn L. Rosch, SAMS, 1997, 0-672-30954-8
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Interfacing to the IBM Personal Computer, Second Edition, Lewis C. Eggebrecht,
SAMS, 1990, ISBN 0-672-22722-3
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The Indispensable PC Hardware Book, Hans-Peter Messmer, Addison-Wesley, 1994,
ISBN 0-201-62424-9
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The PC Handbook: For Engineers, Programmers, and Other Serious PC Users, Sixth
Edition, John P. Choisser and John O. Foster, Annabooks, 1997, ISBN 0-929392-36-1
Ports
12.3.1 RS-232 Serial
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EIA­232­E standard
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The EIA-232-E standard specifies the interface between (for example) a modem and a
computer so that they can exchange data. The computer can then send data to the
modem, which then sends the data over a telephone line. The data that the modem
receives from the telephone line can then be sent to the computer. You can search
for information about the standard on the Web.
®
RS-232 Made Easy: Connecting Computers, Printers, Terminals, and Modems, Martin
D. Seyer, Prentice Hall, 1991, ISBN 0-13-749854-3
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National Semiconductor
The Interface Data Book includes application notes. Type “232” as search criteria to
obtain a list of application notes. You can search for information about the data book
on National Semiconductor’s Web site.
12.3.2 Serial ATA
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Serial AT Attachment (ATA) Working Group. This X3T10 standard defines an
integrated bus interface between disk drives and host processors. It provides a
common point of attachment for systems manufacturers and the system. You can
search for information about the working group on the Web. We recommend you also
search the Web for information on 4.2 I/O cable, if you use hard disks in a DMA3 or
PIO4 mode.
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12.3.3 USB
12.4
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USB Specification.
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USB Implementers Forum, Inc. is a non-profit corporation founded by the group of
companies that developed the Universal Serial Bus specification. The USB-IF was
formed to provide a support organization and forum for the advancement and
adoption of Universal Serial Bus technology. You can search for information about
the standard on the Web.
Programming
®
C Programmer’s Guide to Serial Communications, Second Edition, Joe Campbell,
SAMS, 1987, ISBN 0-672-22584-0
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Programmer’s Guide to the EGA, VGA, and Super VGA Cards, Third Edition, Richard
Ferraro, Addison-Wesley, 1990, ISBN 0-201-57025-4
®
The Programmer’s PC Sourcebook, Second Edition, Thom Hogan, Microsoft Press,
1991, ISBN 1-55615-321-X
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Undocumented PC, A Programmer’s Guide to I/O, CPUs, and Fixed Memory Areas,
Frank van Gilluwe, Second Edition, Addison-Wesley, 1997, ISBN 0-201-47950-8
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APPENDIX H: DOCUMENT-REVISION HISTORY
Rev.
Date
Author
Changes
0.1
1.0
20.11.03
15.01.04
GDA
GDA
1.1
12.02.04
GDA
1.2
08.03.04
GDA
1.3
26.05.04
GDA
1.4
08.07.04
GDA
1.5
31.08.04
GDA
1.6
28.10.04
GDA
1.7
04.11.04
GDA
1.8
15.02.05
GDA
1.9
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Added web site link to Technical Support section.
Added new boot menu description. Added supported LCD Bits/Pixels 1x24 and 2x24.
Changed reference from Phlash_EC_E111.doc to Phlash_EC_E1xx.pdf
Changed signal name of pin 11 on connector X4 from WDTRG to RSMRST#.
Changed reference to ISA version from Prev: x11 to x12. Clarified section 13.2 about adding
registry key.
Added section 6.4 Serial IRQ and section 6.4.1. Added notes to section 15.2 and 15.4.2.
Added setup node description section for “Max CPU frequency” in section 16.6 Power Menu.
Changed Pin description of Parallel Port Mode Pinout Table pin 86 BUSY# to BUSY. Changed
Pin descriptions of X4 Connector Pinout Table pins 9 KBINH, 10 LILED, 12 ACTLED, and 14
SPEEDLED to KBINH#, LILED#, ACTLED#, and SPEEDLED#. Added section 11 Important
Information. Updated power consumption tables.
Changed status of IRQ9 in the table in section 15.1, IRQ9 is not available. Changed note in
section 14.8 to read that USB2.0 high-speed boot is supported by the BIOS.
Added Power Consumption values for ETX®-PM Celeron 600MHz and Dothan 1.4GHz.
Removed reference about Windows 2000 supporting APIC mode from section 14.1.3.
Corrected information about how to enable Native mode in section 14.2. Changed value in
section 14.3.1 too 100 C. Removed options from section 16.4.10. Updated temperature
values in section 16.6.1.
Updated Power Consumption values for ETX®-PM 1.4GHz Dothan.
Removed all references to 24bit LVDS output. 24bit LVDS output is not supported on ETX®PM.
Added section 14.6 “ETX®-PM onboard Fan connector”.
Changed 855GM Æ 855GME, added data concerning 855GME; added Celeron 1.0 GHz,
Celeron 600 MHz cacheless; added limitated 24 bit LVDS panel support; added max cpu
frequencies settings for 1.4GHz
Updated I2C- and SM-Bus adresses
Updated JIDA-Bus-numbers for I2C-bus;
Added Signal Levels, Released for WEB
Added note for Ethernet limitation
Released for Web
Removed ECC-support for DDR-SDRAM
Changed contact address of Kontron America
Added voltage range for CMOS Battery
Corrected address of JILI-I2C-Bus
Added Feature connector X6
Added Feature connector X6 in block diagram
Added at Miscellaneous Submenu “Spread Spectrum”
Updated 18.1 Connector Locations
Updated 13.2 Heatspreader Dimensions
Added Supply current for 5 V_SB
Updated BIOS Settings
Added MTBF
Updated Pin 35 + 90 at X4 (80-conductor ide cable detection)
Corrected internal links in document
Updated contact addresses again
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Updated BIOS section
Changed 1.2 GHz to 1.4 GHz in heading of chapter 13.2.1
Changed link to Kontron-emea
Added 0.8 GHz cacheless and 1.5 GHz Celeron
Removed notes about SoundBlaster™
Changed layout
Changed 32 VRAM UMA to 64 VRAM UMA
Changed "frame pulse width" to "start frame pulse width" in chapter 6.4.1
Changed copyright notice
Added S3 support
Changed in Chapter 15.7 “critical trip point to passive cooling trip point”
Updated Power Measurements
Released for WEB
New release based on new Manual.dot
Updated Heatspreader section
Moved some chapters from Appendix to "normal"
Updated schematic for onboard FAN connector
Updated BIOS section to MODBR125
Added ® to all "ETX"
Added Note "For UDMA-100/66 operation"
Corrected max. UDMA-support
Added Serial Interrupt Mode at Advanced Chipset Control
Changed heading from flying v to überschrift 4 in chapter 3.4.1
Changed in chapter 4.7.4: Pin 50 GVREF pin description from input to output
Changed Hyperlinks in chapter 8.2.2 and 8.4
Updated Block Diagram
Added Chipset Intel® 852GM
Changed Note in chapter 8.6 ETX-PM onboard Fan Connecto
Changed in chapter 4.6.2 WDTRIG to RSMRST#
Released for WEB
Changed signal RXD1 from "Output" to "Input" in chapter 4.5.1 Connector X3
Updated BIOS Chapter to new BIOS MODBR131 and added Setup screenshots.
Updated BIOS Restore and Update Chapter to new available downloads.
Changed Technical Support chapter and Web links to new setup
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