Digital Pro-Face PL-6700 43 Series User`s manual

PL-6700 Series
Panel Computer
User's Manual
Digital Electronics Corporation
Preface
Introduction
Digital’s PL-6700 series (PL-6700T, PL-6700S) of Panel Computers are multipurpose factory automation (FA) computers, which embody Digital’s latest, costeffective architecture.
Before using the PL, read this manual thoroughly to familiarize yourself with
the PL’s operation procedures and functions.
NOTE:
1. It is forbidden to copy the contents of this manual in whole, or in part, without the
permission of the Digital Electronics Corporation.
2. The information in this manual is subject to change without notice.
3. This manual was written with care; however, if you should find any error or omissions, please contact Digital Electronics and inform them of your findings.
4. Please be aware that we are not responsible for any damages resulting from the use of
our products, regardless of article 3 above.
5. Specifications set out in this manual are for overseas products only,and,as a result,some
differences may exist between the specifications given here and the Japanese ones.
Product names used in this manual are the trademarks of their respective manufacturers.
© Copyright 1998, Digital Electronics Corporation
MS-DOS® and Windows®95 are registered trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation.
IBM® DOS® are registered trademarks of IBM.
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Safe Product Usage
This manual contains a variety of safety markings to help you safely and correctly operate Digital’s PL-6700 series of Panel Computers, which includes the
PL-6700T and PL-6700S, each of which are hereafter referred to collectively as
the “PL.” Be sure to keep this manual handy for future reference.
Safety Icons
This manual uses the two icons below to call attention to information important
for the safe and correct use of the PL. Please pay attention to these icons and
follow all instructions given by them.
The safety icons and their meanings are:
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which could result in
serious injury or even death, if the instructions are not followed.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which could result in
minor injury or equipment damage if the instructions are not followed.
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Essential Safety Precautions
Be sure to follow the instructions given below to ensure the safe
use of the PL.
To avoid a possiblity of electrical shock, be sure to connect the power cord to
the PL before connecting it to the main power supply.
A fire or electrical shock may result if voltages are used with the PL that are
beyond the specified range. Be sure to only use the specified voltage.
Before opening the PL’s protective cover, be sure to turn the unit’s power
OFF. This is because the PL’s internal parts carry high voltages.
To avoid fires or electrical hazards, do not modify the product in any way.
Do not create touch panel switches that are used to either control or to ensure
the safety of equipment and personnel. Mechanical switches, such as an
emergency stop switch, a deadman (two-handed) start switch, etc., must be
installed and operated via a separate control system.
If metal particles, water or other types of liquids contact any of the PL’s internal parts, immediately turn the unit’s power OFF, unplug the power cord,
and contact either your dealer or Digital Electronics Corporation.
Read and understand Chapter 4 “Installation and Wiring” thoroughly in order
to select an appropriate installation location for the PL.
Before either plugging in or unplugging a board or interface connector, be
sure to turn the PL’s power OFF.
To prevent a possible explosion, do not install the PL in areas containing
flammable gases.
The PL is not appropriate for use with aircraft control devices, aerospace equipment, central trunk data transmission (communication) devices, nuclear power
control devices, or medical life support equipment, due to these devices’ inherent requirements of extremely high levels of safety and reliability.
When using the PL with transportation vehicles (trains, cars and ships), disaster and crime prevention devices, various types of safety equipment, nonlife support related medical devices, etc. redundant and/or failsafe system
designs should be used to ensure the proper degree of reliability and safety.
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General Safety Precautions
Follow the instructions given below for correct and safe use of the PL.
Do not push on the PL’s screen too strongly, with either your finger or with a
hard object. Excessive pressure can scratch, crack or damage the screen.
If the screen becomes dirty or smudged, moisten a soft cloth with diluted neutral detergent, wring the cloth well, and wipe the display. Do not use thinner or
organic solvents.
Do not use a pointed object, such as a mechanical pencil or screwdriver, to
press any of the touch panel’s switches, since they can damage the display.
Avoid exposing and operating the PL in direct sunlight, high temperatures and
humidity, and in areas where excessive dust and vibration will occur.
Avoid using the PL in areas where sudden, extreme changes in temperature can
occur. This may cause condensation to form inside the unit, possibly leading to
an accident.
To prevent the PL from overheating, be sure its air circulation vents are clear
and clean, and keep the unit’s operation area well-ventilated.
Avoid operating or storing the PL near chemicals, or where chemicals can come
into contact with the unit.
Since the PL-6700’s hard disk drive (HDD) is a consumable item, i.e. it has a definite
usage lifetime, be sure to back up its data frequently and perform regular maintenance.
To prevent file damage, be sure to shut down your PL’s OS before turning the PL OFF.
Notes on Handling the LCD
The PL's LCD contains a strong irritant. If the panel is ever cracked and the LCD's
liquid contacts your skin, be sure to wash it with running water for at least 15
minutes. If any of this liquid should enter your eye, be sure to flush your eye with
running water for more than 15 minutes, and see a doctor immediately.
The current brightness of the LCD screen will depend on the screen's current
display and the LCD's contrast adjustment. Any brightness variations that result
are normal for LCD displays.
There are minute grid-points (Dark or light points) on the LCD surface. These
points are not defects and are a part of the PL panel’s design.
Occasionally crosstalk (shadows appearing on extended display lines) will appear on the
display. This phenomenon is a common attribute of LCDs and is not a defect.
The displayed color will look different when viewed from an angle outside the
specified view angle. This is also normal.
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Displaying a single screen image for long periods of time can cause an afterimage
to remain on the screen. To correct this, turn the unit OFF for 5 to 10 minutes,
then ON again. This phenomenon is a common attribute of the LCDs, and is not
a defect. To prevent this effect, you can:
- use the Display OFF feature; if the same image is to be displayed for a long
period of time.
- change the screen display periodically to prevent the displaying of a single
image for a long period of time.
For further information about the PL’s LCD panel, please contact your local PL
distributor.
!
Important
The Digital Electronics Corporation cannot be held responsible or provide any compensation for damage(s) caused by the loss of data stored
in the PL-6700’s hard disk drive (HDD). It is therefore strongly suggested that all important data and software be backed up regularly to
an external data backup device.
Please be aware that the Digital Electronics Corporation bears no responsibility for any damages resulting from the customer’s application
of this unit’s hardware or software.
Please be aware that the Digital Electronics Corporation will not provide
compensation for any damages occurring as a result of problems with
this unit’s software or hardware.
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Notes on UL Application
The PL6700-T4* and the PL-6700-S4* are (c)UL 1950 recognized products. (UL File No. E177793). Please pay special attention to the following
instructions when applying for UL approval for machinery which includes
one of these PL units built in. Machinery with a PL mounted in it requires
UL inspection for the combination of the PL and the machinery.
PL conforms as a component to the following standards:
UL 1950, Third Edition, dated July 26, 1995 (Standard for Safety of
Information Technology Equipment, including Electrical Business Equipment)
CSA-C22.2 No. 950-M93 (Standard for Safety of Information Technology Equipment, including Electrical Business Equipment)
PL6700-T4* (UL Registration Model No.: 0880044-1)
PL6700-S4* (UL Registration Model No.: 0880044-2)
If the PL is installed so as to cool itself naturally, be sure to install the PL
in a vertical position. Also, be sure that the PL is installed so that it is at
least 50mm away from any adjacent structures or devices. If these requirements are not met, the heat generated by the PL’s internal components may cause the unit to fail to meet UL standard requirements.
Notes on CE Marking
The PL6700-T4* and the PL6700-S4* are CE marked, EMC compliant
products.
<Complies with the following EC Directives>
89/336/EEC, 92/31/EEC, 93/68/EEC, 73/23/EEC
<Complies with the following Standards>
Safety
IEC950 (A3:1995), EN60950 (A3:1995)
EMI (EN50081-2)
EN55022 (Class A) (1994), EN61000-3-2 (1995), EN61000-3-3 (1995)
EMS (EN50082-2)
EN61000-4-2 (1995), EN61000-4-4 (1995), EN61000-4-5 (1995),
EN61000-4-8 (1993), EN61000-4-11 (1994), ENV50140 (1993),
ENV50141 (1993), ENV50204 (1995)
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What is IP65f?
This unit's protection rating of IP65f is actually a composite code, consisting
of the internationally recognized British "Ingress Protection" standard (BS
EN 60529:1992) - "IP65", and the standard developed by the Japanese Electronics Manufacturer's Association (JEM) - "f". This code is used in this
manual to identify a given product's degree of structural resistance to a variety of environmental elements and thus, prevent problems or accidents related to the inappropriate use of a product.
The individual meaning of each character of this code is explained below.
This code indicates the degree of ingress protection provided from the front
face of the PL, and assumes that the PL is securely mounted into a metal
panel.
IP
6
5
f
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(1) Designates the type of protection provided.
(2) Indicates the degree of protection provided to the human body by the
unit, and the degree of protection provided by the unit's front face from particles/dust intrusion into the interior of the unit.
Here, "6" indicates that the unit is completely protected from dust intrusion.
(3) Indicates the degree of protection provided by the unit's front face from
water intrusion into the interior of the unit.
Here, "5" indicates that the unit is protected from water intrusion from a
direct water jet.
(4) Indicates the degree of protection provided by the unit's front face from
oil particle intrusion into the interior of the unit.
Here, "f" indicates that the unit is completely protected from oil intrusion
via either oil particles or oil splashes from any direction (to the front panel).
Note:
For information about the PL's protective structure, refer to page 2-3.
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Table of Contents
Preface
Introduction .................................................................................................................. i
Safe Product Usage...................................................................................................... ii
Essential Safety Precautions ....................................................................................... iii
General Safety Precautions ......................................................................................... iv
What is IP65f? ........................................................................................................... vii
Table of Contents ...................................................................................................... viii
Prior to Using the PL .................................................................................................. xi
New PL-6700 Features .............................................................................................. xii
Unpacking the PL ..................................................................................................... xiii
Information Symbols ................................................................................................ xiv
Chapter 1 Overview
1-1 System Configuration ...................................................................................... 1-1
1-2 Options .............................................................................................................. 1-2
1-3 PL Series Panel Types ...................................................................................... 1-3
Chapter 2 Specifications
2-1 General Specifications .................................................................................... 2-1
2-1-1 Electrical Specifications ....................................................................... 2-1
2-1-2 Environment Specifications .................................................................. 2-1
2-1-3 Dimensions ........................................................................................... 2-1
2-2 Performance Specifications ............................................................................ 2-2
2-2-1 Performance Specifications .................................................................. 2-2
2-2-2 Display Functions ................................................................................. 2-2
2-2-3 Expansion Slots .................................................................................... 2-3
2-3 Interface Specifications .................................................................................. 2-4
2-3-1 Printer Interface .................................................................................... 2-4
2-3-2 Keyboard Interface ............................................................................... 2-4
2-3-3 Mouse Interface .................................................................................... 2-5
2-3-4 RS-232C Interface (COM1/COM2/COM3) ......................................... 2-5
2-3-5 CRT Interface (VIDEO) ........................................................................ 2-5
2-3-6 Contrast Adjustment (PL-6700S only) ................................................. 2-6
2-4 PL External Features ...................................................................................... 2-7
2-5 PL Dimensions ................................................................................................. 2-9
2-5-1 PL-6700T/PL-6700S General Dimensions ........................................... 2-9
2-5-2 Installing the Full Size Cover ............................................................. 2-11
2-5-2 Installation Slot Dimensions ............................................................... 2-12
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Chapter 3
Installing Optional Units and Expansion Boards
3-1 Available Options and Expansion Boards ..................................................... 3-1
3-2 Installing Options and Expansion Boards ..................................................... 3-3
3-2-1 Attaching the PL’s Support Leg ............................................................ 3-3
3-2-2 Installing the DIM Module (PL-EM200) .............................................. 3-4
3-2-3 Removing or Installing the FDD Unit (PL-FD100) .............................. 3-6
3-2-4 Removing or Installing the HDD unit (PL-HD100) ............................. 3-7
3-2-5 Installing an Expansion Board .............................................................. 3-9
3-2-6 Installing the IDE Slave Adapter (PL-SA100) ................................... 3-11
Chapter 4 Installation and Wiring
4-1 Installation Cautions ........................................................................................ 4-1
4-2 Installing the PL ............................................................................................... 4-3
4-2-1 Installation Procedures ......................................................................... 4-3
4-3 Wiring the PL ................................................................................................... 4-6
4-3-1 Connecting the Power Cord .................................................................. 4-6
4-3-2 Power Supply Cautions ........................................................................ 4-8
4-3-3 Grounding Cautions .............................................................................. 4-9
4-3-4 Cautions When Connecting I/O Signal Lines ....................................... 4-9
Chapter 5 System Setup
5-1 Setup Procedures............................................................................................. 5-1
5-2 System Parameters .......................................................................................... 5-2
5-2-1 STANDARD CMOS SETUP ............................................................... 5-2
5-2-2 BIOS FEATURES SETUP ................................................................... 5-4
5-2-3 CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP ............................................................ 5-6
5-2-4 POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP ..................................................... 5-7
5-2-5 PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION SETUP ................................................. 5-9
5-2-6 INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS SETUP ........................................... 5-11
5-2-7 IDE HDD AUTO DETECTION SETUP ........................................... 5-13
5-2-8 HDD LOW LEVEL FORMAT SETUP.............................................. 5-14
Chapter 6 Bundled Software
6-1 PL-6700 Floppy Disk File List ....................................................................... 6-1
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Chapter 7
Maintenance and Inspection
7-1 Cleaning the Display ....................................................................................... 7-1
7-2 Filter Cleaning................................................................................................. 7-2
7-3 Periodic Maintenance Check Points .............................................................. 7-3
Appendices
1
2
3
4
Hardware Configuration ............................................................................... A-1
1-1
I/O Mapping ........................................................................................ A-1
1-2
Memory Mapping ................................................................................ A-3
1-3
IRQ Mapping ....................................................................................... A-4
Serial Communications ................................................................................. A-5
Printer Cable Connections ............................................................................ A-6
BIOS Lists..................................................................................................... A-15
Index
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Prior To Using the PL
Prior to actual use, be sure to setup your PL as follows.
Turn PL ON
Refer to 4-3 Wiring the PL
Setup System
Refer to Chapter 5 System Set-up
Install the OS
Refer to the OS maker’s Installation Manual.
After completing the hardware setup, before any
data or applications can be placed on the drive,
the OS (Windows or MS DOS, etc.) must be used
to initialize the HDD and create partitions. For
details concerning these procedures, refer to the
OS maker’s installation manual.
For system setup and OS installation, a PS/2 type keyboard is necessary.
When using Windows® NT4.0/Windows® 95, be sure to install the PL6700 Driver & Utility Disk’s Display Driver (For installation procedures,
see the disk’s README.TXT file).
For information on the PL-6700’s bundled utility software, see the
README.TXT file on the Driver & Utility Disk.
Since the PL-6700’s hard disk drive (HDD) is a consumable item, i.e. it has a
definite usage lifetime, be sure to back up its data frequently and perform
regular maintenance.
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New PL-6700 Features
The PL-6700 series displays are equipped with the following features:
The Latest, High-Performance Architecture
Designed around the Pentium® 133 MHz CPU, the PL utilizes the type of high
performance architecture that offers you superior compatibility. Add to this unrivalled support of the Windows 95®/NT® and other operating systems.
Bright 12.1" LCD with a Wide Viewing Angle
The PL’s large 12.1-inch 800 x 600 dot LCD display is available with TFT or
STN color, each offering excellent visibility and brightness.
• Digital’s top of the line TFT color LCD model allows you to create detailed
and powerful visual images, with excellent brightness, a wide viewing angle,
and a display capable of 260,000 colors.
• In addition to their superior cost performance, Digital’s STN type LCDs
provide a high quality color display that rivals our TFT, at a reasonable price.
Easy Front Panel Installation
The PL is designed to be installed easily into the front of any panel or device. It
is also rugged enough for use in harsh, industrial environments, such as those
found in the factory automation industries and boasts an IP65f rating.
High Resolution, Analog-Resistance-Film Touch Panel
Standard equipment with the PL is a high resolution 1024 × 1024 touch panel.
Also, the Windows® 95 mouse emulation utility provides mouse-like functionality and pointer control.
Highly Expandable
For the easy enhancement of your PL unit, 4 ISA-bus expansion slots are provided.
(2 PCI slots are also available) These slots can accommodate both Digital’s own
optional boards as well as other commercially available expansion boards.
Digital also offers a wide variety of optional products, such as an -5/-12V DC power
unit, DIM memory modules, etc. to name just a few.
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Unpacking the PL
The PL package should include the following items:
PL-6700 Unit
Power Cord
(PL-6700T, PL-6700S)
Be careful when installing
the PL -6700 to not
damage the built-in HDD
PL6700
Floppy Disks (2)
This cord is designed only for 100V use. Any
other voltage will require a different cable.
Installation Brackets (8)
Panel Computer PL-6700
Series User’s Manual
(English)
PL-6700
User’s
Manual
(English)
Angle Plate (1)
Panel Computer PL-6700
Series User’s Manual
(Japanese)
PL-6700
User’s
Manual
(Japanese)
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Information Symbols
This manual uses the following icons:
Indicates a warning or a product limitation. Be sure to follow the instructions given with this icon to insure the safe operation of the PL.
Contains additional or useful information.
*
Indicates terms or items that require further explanation. See the footnote
on that page.
Indicates pages containing related information.
1, 2,
xiv
Indicates steps used to accomplish a given task. Be sure to follow these
steps in the order they are written.
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Chapter
1
1-1 System Configuration
1-2 Options
1-3 PL Series Panel Types
Overview
1-1 System Configuration
The following figure shows the peripheral devices that can be connected to the PL.
Analog Resistance Film Touch Panel
Display Unit (COLOR STN, TFT)
Backlight Lamp (CFL type)
Inverter Unit
CRT
Main Circuit Board
CRT
Inside Front
Maintenance Cover
HDD(2.5”)
CD-ROM
drive
Front Keyboard
Connector
Peripheral
Devices
ISA Slots (4) (2 PCI slots are also available)
Reset Switch
Printer
Power Supply Unit
DC -5V/ -12V
32MB RAM Memory
(standard)
Keyboard
DIMM sockets (2)
*
Contrast Adjust
Knob (w/STN)
Front Mount
FD Unit
Mouse
Optional Unit(s)
Commercial
items
Power Supply Unit
DC 5V/12V
IrDA I/F Unit
AC IN 85 to 132V
170 to 265V
Boxes marked with a
Boxes marked with a
border represent optional items.
border represent User supplied items.
The figure above shows simply the internal data flow and the PL’s peripheral
connections, and may differ from the actual layout used by the customer.
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Overview
1-2
Options
The following table provides a list of optional products for the PL.
Expansion Options
Name
Model
number
Description
DIM Module
FDD Unit
IDE Slave
Adapter
IrDA Unit (under
development)
PL-EM200
PL-FD100
PL-SA100
Main Memory Board
PC/AT Compatible 3.5” FDD unit
Adapter used for attaching an IDE (ATAPI) compliant CD-ROM
drive (DC power cord included)
IrDA (Ver. 1.0) compatible infrared data transmission module.
-5V/-12V Power
Unit
CD-ROM Drive
Unit
PL-PW100
PL-IR100
PL-DK200
Provides –5V and –12V power to expansion slots. Can provide a
total of 200mA of current (sum of all four slots).
IDE (ATAPI) compliant CD-ROM drive unit
(Connection cable is included in unit)
Accessories
Name
Screen
Protection Sheet
Model
number
PL-CS100
Description
Disposable overlay sheets for display face protection and
stain resistance. Touch panel senses User’s touch through
sheet.
Maintenance Options
Name
Mounting
Brackets
Moisture
Resistant Gasket
HDD Unit *1
Full Sized Cover
Model
number
GP070AT00-MS
PL-WS100
PL-HD100
PL-FC100
Description
Used to install the PL into a panel or cabinet. Same as
original equipment brackets.
Used to prevent moisture from entering into the PL’s case
from the front face. Same as original equipment gasket.
Built-in 2.5” HDD unit
Attached when ISA bus full-sized board is installed in
expansion slot.
Software Options
Name
TT-WIN/95 *2
TT-WIN/NT *2
Model
number
Description
Touch Panel mouse driver that provides mouse-like
operability to the PL’s touch panel. (for Windows 95 OS)
Touch Panel mouse driver that provides mouse-like
operability to the PL’s touch panel. (for Windows NT OS)
*1 Since the PL-6700’s hard disk drive (HDD) is a consumable item, i.e. it has a definite
usage lifetime, be sure to back up its data frequently and perform regular maintenance.
*2 Depending on the customer’s OS, one of these drivers will be required to allow this type
of touch operation. Please contact your local PL distributor for ordering details.
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1-3 PL Series Panel Types
Model Number:
P L 6 7 00 - x 42 - HU 01 x
^
PL-6700 series
F
: FDD Installed
(no char.)
: No FDD
PL-6700’s
revision no.
HDD Revision No.
Preinstalled Hard Disk
Display type
S : STN color LCD
T : TFT color LCD
Display Panel
STN Color LCD
TFT Color LCD
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PL-6700S
PL-6700T
1-3
Overview
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Chapter
2
2-1 General Specifications
2-4 PL External Features
2-2 Performance Specifications
2-5 PL Dimensions
2-3 Interface Specifications
Specifications
2-1 General Specifications
1
Electrical Specifications
Operating Voltage
85V AC to 132VAC / 170V AC to 265V AC 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption Less than 150W
Allowable Voltage
less than 20ms
Drop
1500V AC at 20mA for 1 minute (between the live wire and the
Voltage Endurance
grounding (FG) terminal)
Greater than 10MΩ at 500V DC (between the live wire and the
Isolation Resistance
grounding (FG) terminal)
2
Environment Specifications
Operating
Temperature
Operating Humidity
Storage Conditions
Operating
Atmosphere
Noise Immunity
(via noise simulator)
Electrostatic Voltage
Endurance
Vibration Endurance
Rating
*1
5 to 40o C (with HDD and FDD not installed, 0 to 40o C)
30 to 85% RH (no condensation)
-10 to 60o C/ 30 to 85% RH (no condensation)
Free of corrosive gas
Noise Voltage:
Pulse Duration:
1500Vp-p
50ns, 500ns, 1µs
4kV
2G: 10 to 25Hz applied in X, Y, and Z directions for 30 minutes each
(0.5G when using HDD unit, 1.0G when using FDD)
Equivalent to IP65f (JEM1030)
(with front panel closed)
*1 The front face of the GP unit, installed in a solid panel, has been tested using conditions equivalent to the
standard shown in the specification . Even though the GP unit’s level of resistance is equivalent to the
standard, oils that should have no effect on the GP can possibly harm the unit. This can occur in areas where
either vaporized oils are present, or where low viscosity cutting oils are allowed to adhere to the unit for long
periods of time. If the GP’s front face protection sheet becomes peeled off, these conditions can lead to the
ingress of oil into the GP and separate protection measures are suggested. Also, if non-approved oils are
present, it may cause deformation or corrosion of the front panel’s plastic cover. Therefore, prior to installing
the GP be sure to confirm the type of conditions that will be present in the GP’s operating environment.
If the installation gasket is used for a long period of time, or if the unit and its gasket are removed from the
panel, the original level of the protection cannot be guaranteed. To maintain the original protection level,
you need to replace the installation gasket regularly.
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Chapter 2 - Specifications
• When using any of the PL’s optional devices, be sure to check that device’s
specifications for any special conditions or cautions that may apply to its use.
• When using a full sized expansion board, be sure to check its dimensions and
shape, since they will affect the board’s environment specifications, such for
vibration, etc.
3
Dimensions
External
Dimensions
Weight
Dimensions (w/cover)
PL6700T/PL6700S: 346W x 287H x 174D (mm)
PL6700T/PL6700S: less than 7.4kg (with HDD and FDD installed)
PL6700T/PL6700S: 419W x 287H x 174D (mm)
2-2 Performance Specifications
1
Performance Specifications
CPU
Pentium® 133 MHz (Intel Corporation)
DRAM
Equipped with 32MB (2 DIMM sockets – max. of 64MB)
BIOS
AWARD PC/AT Compatible
Secondary Cache
512K
SVGA (800 x 600 dots)
VESA 16 colors/256 colors/32K colors/64K colors
Graphics
Touch
Type
Analog Resistant Film
Panel
Resolution
1024 x 1024
Interface
COM4 (uses Mouse Emulator)
Serial
RS-232C
(w/FIFO)
Front
and
Rear
2-2
COM1
D-Sub 9 pin (male)
COM2
D-Sub 9 pin (male)
COM3
D-Sub 9 pin (male)
Inter-
Printer
Centronics Standard (DB 25-pin female connector)
faces
Keyboard
PS/2 Interface (mini DIN 6 pin female connector) side & front
Mouse
PS/2 Interface (mini DIN 6 pin female connector) side
RGB Output
Analog RGB Output
Disk I/F
FD Unit
Front Access 2 modes
IDE
2.5 inch HDD I/F
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• Be aware that not only does the Hard Disk have a fixed lifetime, but that
accidents can always occur. Therefore, be sure to back up your Hard Disk’s
data regularly, or prepare another Hard Disk unit that can be used for backup.
• The Hard Disk lifetime value given here is for reference purposes only. Unforeseen
factors (environmental changes, etc.) may cause it to actually be shorter.
2
Display Functions
PL6700T
PL6700S
Display Type
TFT Color LCD
STN Color LCD
Pixel Density
Effective Display
Area
Dot Pitch
Display Colors
800 x 600 (pixels)
800 x 600 (pixels)
247W x 185H (mm)
247W x 185H (mm)
0.3 x 0.3 (mm)
260,000 colors
Contrast
Adjustment
Not Possible
0.3 x 0.3 (mm)
8 colors (frame thinning
produces graduated halftones)
Possible (via adjustment knob)
Backlight *1
Replaceable
Replaceable
*1 The PL’s backlight should be replaced by only an authorized repairman. For
information about this service, please contact your nearest authorized distributor.
3
Expansion Slots
Board Size
st
1 Slot (ISA)
2
nd
163 x 122 (mm)
Slot (PCI/ISA)
163 x 122 (mm)
3rd Slot (PCI/ISA)
250 x 122 (mm)
4th Slot (ISA)
250 x 122 (mm)
Power Supply
5V : 4A
12V : 1.5A
(total for all 4 slots)
• Slots 2 and 3 can be used for either PCI or ISA cards.
• The distance (pitch) between the 1st and 4th slots and their adjacent slots is 20mm.
The pitch between the 2nd and 3rd slots is 25mm.
• Slots 3 and 4 can support full-sized boards. However, when using a full-sized
board, the top edge of the board will extend beyond the standard case. In this case
the optional full-sized cover is recommended.
3-2-5 Installing an Expansion Board
• The power requirement when using all four expansion slots is 5V : 4A / 12V : 1.5A.
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2-3 Interface Specifications
1
Printer Interface (LPT1)
D-sub 25 Pin (Female)
13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14
O.D
: Open Drain
T.S
: 3 state I/O
TTLIN : TTL Input
Pin
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
*1
2
Signal
Name
STROBE
DATA0
DATA1
DATA2
DATA3
DATA4
DATA5
DATA6
DATA7
ACKNLG
BUSY
PE
SLCT
Direction
OUT*1
OUT*1
OUT*1
OUT*1
OUT*1
OUT*1
OUT*1
OUT*1
OUT*1
IN
IN
IN
IN
Mini - DIN 6 pin (Female)
5
4
3
2
Pin
No.
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Signal
Name
AUTOFD
ERROR
INIT
SLCTIN
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
Direction
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
Elect.
Specif.
O.D
TTLIN
O.D
O.D
Output: The Input and Output settings used will depend the BIOS set
up screen settings used.
Keyboard Interface
6
Elect.
Specif.
O.D
T.S
T.S
T.S
T.S
T.S
T.S
T.S
T.S
TTLIN
TTLIN
TTLIN
TTLIN
1
(The PL’s front and side
connectors are the same)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
SHIELD
Signal Name
KEY DATA
NC
GND
+5
KEY CLK
NC
GND
Recommended Keyboard: Any PS-2 type keyboard
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Mouse Interface
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
SHIELD
Mini - DIN 6 pin (Female)
5
6
4
3
2
4
1
Signal Name
Mouse DATA
NC
GND
+5
Mouse CLK
NC
GND
RS-232C Interface (COM1/COM2/COM3)
D-sub 9 pin (Male)
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
Signal Name
CD
RXD
TXD
DTR
GND
Pin No.
6
7
8
9
Signal Name
DSR
RTS
CTS
RI
Pin No.
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Signal Name
NC
GND
NC
RESERVE (NC)
H.SYNC
V.SYNC
RESERVE (NC)
Screw Size: (4-40): Inch Type
5
CRT Interface (Video)
D-sub 15 pin (Male)
5 4 3 2 1
10 9 8 7 6
15 14 13 12 11
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Signal Name
R
G
B
NC
GND
R-GND
G-GND
B-GND
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6
Contrast Adjustment (PL-6700S only)
The contrast adjustment knob, located inside the PL’s front face maintenance cover,
can be adjusted to change the PL’s contrast setting.
Since the PL’s contrast is factory set at the optimal level, adjustment is usually
not necessary.
Front
Face of
PL
Pushing both slide locks outwards will
open the Maintenance Cover.
The cover will pivot open, exposing the floppy disk slot, the
keyboard connector and the contrast knob (far left)
• Turning the contrast knob to the right
(clockwise) makes the screen brighter;
turning it to the left makes the screen
darker.
• A small, fine-tipped plastic screwdriver is
recommend for this adjustment.
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2-4 PL External Features
With cover opened:
(Drawings shown here are for
the PL-6700T unit)
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Display Area
Display output area. The built-in SVGA controller
supports PC compatible architecture.
Touch Panel
This high-resolution analogue touch panel allows you to
configure a keyboard-less system.
Front Maintenance Cover
Open this cover to connect the optional FDD unit or
memory card interface unit.
IrDA
When the optional PL-IR100 is installed, infra-red signals are sent and received by this unit.
Keyboard Connector
A PS/2 compatible keyboard is connected here.
Floppy Disk Insertion Slot
This slot is used if the optional FDD unit or memory
card interface is installed.
RS-232C Connector (COM1)
RS-232C Connector (COM2)
RS-232C Connector (COM3)
RS-232C interfaces (DB 9-pin male connectors), which
allow communication with other computers or connection to peripheral devices.
HDD Cover
When an HDD is installed, this cover is removed.
Analog RGB Connector
A PC/AT compatible multi-scan monitor can be connected here.
Printer Connector (LPT1)
Centronics standard interface (DB 25-pin female connector), which connects a parallel device, such as a printer
(supports ECP/EPP)
Expansion Slots
A variety of expansion boards, both Digital’s and
other makers, can be installed here.
“3-1 Available Options andExpansion Boards”
The PL-6700T/PL-6700S are both equipped with four
(4) expansion slots. Seen from the front of the unit,
these slots are numbered 1, 2, 3 and 4.
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Keyboard Connector
A PS/2 compatible keyboard can be
connected here.
Mouse Connector
A PS/2 compatible mouse can be connected here.
Rear Maintenance Cover
Remove this cover to install the optional DIM module, or an expansion
board.
Power Input Terminal Strip
Connect the 100V/240V AC power
cord here.
Power Switch
Use this switch to turn the PL’s power
ON or OFF.
Half Cover
When attaching the optional DIM
module or other optional expansion
boards, you will need to remove this
cover.
• When attaching peripheral units to the PL, be sure the PL’s power cord is
disconnected from the main power supply.
• To avoid an electrical shock, be sure to disconnect the PL’s power cord from
the power supply before connecting the cord’s power terminals or any peripheral devices to the PL.
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2-5 PL Dimensions
1
PL-6700T, PL-6700S:
<General Dimensions>
(Unit: mm - excluding projections)
For detailed PL dimension information, please contact your local PL dealer.
346
287
Effective
Display Area
(W) x (H)
Front Face
174
270.9
13.2
Side View
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Rear Face
Top Face
330
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2
Full Sized Cover Attachment Dimensions
67
8
Rear Face
94
Top Face
330
80
• When using a full-sized board and the PL’s full-sized cover (PL-FC100), be
sure that the PL is mounted in its atatchment panel/cabinet before starting
this work. The PL’s full sized board and cover cannot be attached first and
then the unit installed, due to size differences.
• When using a full sized expansion board, be sure to check its dimensions and
shape, since they will affect the board’s environment specifications, such for
vibration, etc. The specifications given in this manual are without the fullsized cover attached. Please contact your nearest Proface dealer when using a
full-sized expansion board.
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3
Installation Slot Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
272.0+ 0.5
-0
2
R
4-
331 + 0.5
-0
• Be sure the thickness of the panel is from 1.6 to 10 mm.
• To insure that the PL’s water resistance is maintained, be sure to install the PL
into a panel that is flat and free of scratches or dents.
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3
3-1
Available Options and Expansion Boards
3-2
Installing Options and Expansion Boards
Installing Optional Units
and Expansion Boards
The User can install a variety of optional units and expansion boards made by Digital in the
PL, as well as a number of commercially available ISA-bus compatible boards. This chapter describes both the products that can be installed in the PL and how to install them.
3-1 Available Options and Expansion Boards
Digital Electrical Corporation Optional Products
Name
DIM Module
Model
PL-EM220
PL-EM230
HDD Unit
PL-HD200
FFD Unit
PL-FF200
FDD Unit
PL-FD200
-5V/-12V
Power Unit
PL-PW100
CD-ROM
Unit
PL-DK200
Full-sized cover PL-FC200
IrDA Unit (under PL-IR100
development)
Description
32MB SDRAM Main memory
module for expansion.
64MB SDRAM Main memory
module for expansion.
Built-in type special purpose 2.5
inch HDD unit.
20MB flash file disk with IDE
interface.
PC/AT compatible 3.5 inch FDD
unit.
Provides -5V and -12V power to
the expansion slots. Allows each
of the 4 slots to draw up to
200mA.
IDE compliant CD-ROM unit
(Includes special connection
cable)
Attached when ISA bus full sized
board is used in the expansion
slot.
Installation Location
Installed inside the PL.
Installed inside the PL.
Used when replacing the
existing HDD unit.
Installed inside the PL.
Installed inside the PL.
Installed inside the PL.
Attached to the
connector on the rear
side of PL.
Installed inside PL’s
Maintenance Cover.
IrDA (Ver. 1.0) compatible infrared Installed inside PL’s IrDA
data transmission module.
cover.
• Since the PL-6700’s hard disk is a precision instrument, periodic maintenance is recommended to insure its correct operation.
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Commercially Available Products
Product
PCI/ISA Bus
compatible
board
Description
Installation Area
In all PL-6700 units, slots 1 and 2 can accommodate Into the PL's expanboards up to 163mm long. Slots 3 and 4 can sion slots.
accommodate boards up to 250mm long.
■ All PL-6700 slot heights are 122mm. When using
the full-sized cover, be sure to use boards that are
no more than 338mm long in slots 3 and 4.
Length
^
^
Height1
(including
attachment
plate)
Attachment
Plate
Height2
Insertion direction
Since the steel attachment plate for the board is longer than the board
(Height1), be sure to measure the board’s height from Height2
<Expansion Slot’s Width and Power Supply>
• Check that your expansion board’s “foot” matches the width of the expansion slot.
Slots 1 and 4 are 20 mm wide, and slots 2 and 3 are 25 mm wide. Be sure the width
of your expansion board’s width matches that of the intended slot.
• Since the PL does not supply -5 and -12 V current, ISA(AT)-bus compatible boards
requiring -5 or -12 volts can be used only if the optional PL-PW100 power supply
is installed.
<Commercially Available Boards>
• Certain commercially available boards may not be compatible with Digital’s
PL unit. Installing incompatible boards may result in either damage to or
failure of the PL and will void your warranty.
<PCI Bus>
• Within the entire range of PCI buses currently available on the market, there
may certain devices which will not operate when used with the PL-6700. Prior
to the use of any PCI Bus, be sure to contact your local PL distributor.
<Main Memory>
• Be sure to use only DIM modules manufactured by Digital. Installing other
DIM modules may result in either damage to or failure of the PL, and will
void your warranty.
<When using Standard PC Peripheral Devices>
• Within the range of peripheral devices currently available on the market, there
may certain devices which will not operate correctly when used with the PL6700. Prior to using any peripheral device, be sure to confirm that it will
operate normally with the PL. Installing incompatible boards may result in
either damage to or failure of the PL and will void your warranty.
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3-2 Installing Options and Expansion Boards
WARNING
To avoid electric hazards, be sure to turn the PL’s power OFF before installing
any optional units or expansion boards.
Use a screw driver to loosen or tighten the screws. Be careful not to over-tighten
any screws, since it may damage the equipment.
Be careful when removing or inserting any screws inside the body of the PL.
1
Attaching the PL’s Support Leg
Be sure to remove the support “leg” when placing the PL into a panel or cabinet,
since this could damage either the leg, the PL or the panel.
In order to perform development using the PL-6700, an additional “leg” (support) is
supplied with the unit to stabilize it when placing it on a table top (i.e. when the unit
is not mounted in a panel), due to the irregular shape of the unit’s chassis. The procedure for attaching this leg is described below.
1) Attach the support leg to the PL’s
chassis, as shown here.
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2
Installing the DIM Module (PL-EM200)
Since DIM module sockets are easy to break, be sure to install the DIM module
very carefully.
The PL-6700 comes with a single, 32MB module pre-installed. There is one more
empty socket that can be used and the procedures that follow describe how to install
a second DIM module in that socket.
1) Unscrew the five (5) attachment
screws used to hold the rear maintenance cover and half-cover in
place.
Half Cover
2) Remove the half-cover (it will pivot
out and away from the unit) and then
the rear maintenance cover.
Hinged
section
Swings out away
from the unit.
3) Locate the two DIM socket holders.
DIM Socket
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Alignment
Slots
4) Position the module so that its alignment slot and the DIM module’s
alignment slot are aligned.
5) Position the module so that its contacts are directly in front of the DIM
socket and tilted up slightly.
6) Then, tilt the module down so that
the module and socket’s contacts
are parallel.
7) Push the module slowly but firmly
into the socket, until the module’s
clips lock in place.
Push
here
Be sure to only push on the
points shown here. Pushing
on any other point may
cause the module to break.
[To Remove the DIM Module]
When removing the module from the socket, please spread the socket’s sides as shown.
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3
Removing or Installing the FDD Unit (PL-FD100)
1) Remove the floppy disk unit cover’s
four attachment screws.
2) Around the FDD connection cable
is fitted a black plastic pinch collar (Part of the PL’s connector - see
detail 1, page 3-7).
This pinch collar must be pulled up
to release the connection cable’s
end tab.
FDD Connector Cable
Pinch Collar
Raise Pinch Collar
Slide collar sideways
Remove FDD cable
3) Remove the cable end from the
FDD connector.
Cable End
3-6
When either exchanging or installing
the PL-FD100, before screwing in the
unit’s attachment screw, be sure that the
FDD Connection Cable is attached and
the abovementioned connector’s pinch
collar is in place.
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4 Removing or Installing the HDD Unit (PL-HD100)
Follow the steps given below when attaching or detaching the PL-HD100.
Since the PL-6700 is a precision instrument, be sure not to
jar or shake it unecessarily.
1) Unscrew the HDD unit’s protective
cover’s 2 attachment screws.
2) Remove the HDD unit’s cover and
unscrew the HDD unit’s 2 set
screws.
3) Pull out the HDD unit from the PL6700.
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4) Detach the PL-HD000’s connection
cable from the unit.
PL- HD000
• Be sure not to bend any of
the HDD’s connector pins
while removing the cable’s
connector.
HDD Connector
Cable
Connect to the
PL-HD100
5) Reattach the connection cable to
the PL-HD100’s connector (See
note below).
Attach the Main
Board connector
carefully
!
Important
If the hard disk unit’s connector is attached incorrectly, there is a possibility of damage to the unit.
Please follow the instructions given here carefully.
<Figure 1 - PL-HD100 Connector>
Cable Inversion Prevention Pin (Removed)
X
X
Connect the
cable here
Do not use
these pins
Be sure the hard disk unit cable’s main board connector is not skewed from its correct attachment
position (see above examples). Incorrect attachment can cause damage to the unit.
6) Secure the HDD unit in place with
its 2 attachment screws.
7) Fold the HDD’s cable so that it
looks like the picture, and insert
the folded cable’s end into the
HDD’s holder slot.
• Be sure that the cable is not
pinched by either the PL’s
chassis or the attachment
screws.
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5
Installing an Expansion Board
1) Unscrew the five (5) attachment
screws used to hold the rear maintenance cover and half-cover in
place.
Rear Maintenence
Cover
2) Remove the half-cover (it will pivot
out and away from the unit) and then
the rear maintenance cover.
Hinged
section
Swings out away
from the unit.
Half Cover
3) Remove the rear maintenance cover
and the half cover.
Rear Maintenance
Cover
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4) Remove the desired expansion slot’s
blank panel by unscrewing the
panel’s attachment screw.
Panel
Spacer
Insert board
here
5) Gently insert the expansion board
into the expansion slot.
Expansion
Board
Insert
board
here
Attaching a full-sized expansion board
will cause the end of the board to extend
outside of the expansion board area.
Expansion
Board
3-1 Available Options and Expansion
Boards
6) Re-attach the blank panel’s attachment screw (1).
After the board is secured in position, replace the rear maintenance
cover and attach it in place with the
attachment screws.
7) After the rear maintenance cover is
secured in position, reattach the
half cover and secure it in place.
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6
Installing the IDE Slave Adaptor (PL-SA100)
1) Unscrew the HDD unit’s protective
cover’s 2 attachment screws.
2) Remove the HDD unit’s cover and
unscrew the HDD unit’s two (2) set
screws.
!
Important
If the hard disk unit’s connector is attached incorrectly, there is a possibility of damage to the unit.
Please follow the instructions given here carefully.
<Figure 1 - PL-HD100 Connector>
Cable Inversion Prevention Pin (Removed)
X
X
Connect the
cable here
Do not use
these pins
Be sure the hard disk unit cable’s main board connector is not skewed from its correct attachment
position (see above examples). Incorrect attachment can cause damage to the unit.
PL-HD100
3) Disconnect the PL-HD100 unit
from the HDD connection cable.
HDD Connection Cable
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4) Disconnect the HD connection cable
from the Main Board’s HDD connector.
HD Connection cable
HDD Connector
5) Thread the PL-SA100 connection
cable’s PL-HD100 cable conector
through the slot shown here and up
through to the top of the chassis.
Insert the PLHD100 connecThen, connect the cable’s middle
tor here
connector to the main board’s
HDD connector.
Middle Connector
(Insert into main board’s
HDD connector)
PL-SA100
DC Out
Connector
Connect to
PL-HD100
6) Connect the PL-SA100’s additional
DC power cable to the DC OUT
connector.
Be sure to connect the CD-ROM drive
connector cable’s #1 pin mark side
with the IDE interface’s #1 pin.
Connect to
CD-ROM
drive
DC Out
Connector
DC Power Cable
Connect to
DC Input
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7) Last, connect the PL-HD100 to the
end of the cable and use the attachment screws to fix the HD unit in
place. (Refer to page 3-10, Step 2)
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Chapter
4
4-1
Installation Cautions
4-2
Installing the PL
4-3
Wiring the PL
Installation and Wiring
This chapter explains how to install and wire the PL-6700, as well as the cautions
required both before and during installation.
4-1 Installation Cautions
PL-6700T/S:
o
0 to 40 C
1) Temperature Related Cautions
Be sure to confirm that the area near the PL
will be within the allowable temperature range.
If this area’s temperature exceeds the allowed
limit, a machine breakdown can occur.
2) Installation Positioning Cautions
Be sure to install the panel in an upright (vertical) position.
OK
Also, be sure that the panel’s viewing angle
is tilted no more than 30 degrees from parallel to the operator (i.e. directly in front).
No more than 30 degrees of tilt
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3) Vibration Related Cautions
Be sure to protect the PL from excessive vibration or jolting. These kinds of shocks can
cause the PL to malfunction.
PL Condition
Shock
Strength
When using the HDD
Up to 0.5G
When using the FDD
Up to 1.0G
When using no drives
Up to 2.0G
• Be sure to not move the PL unit
while the HDD is starting up. This
can lead to a machine breakdown.
• When using a fan to cool the PL unit,
be sure that the fan does not point
directly at either of the PL’s disk
drive units, i.e both the hard disk
and the floppy disk.
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4-2 Installing the PL
1
Installation Procedures
Follow the steps given below when installing the PL-6700.
Confirm the moisture resistant seal’s seating
Rear
panel
Place the PL on a level surface with the display panel facing downward. Check that the
PL’s moisture resistant seal is seated securely
into the seal’s groove, which runs around the
perimeter of the panel’s frame.
Moisture resistant
seal
Create a mounting hole
Create a hole for mounting the PL, like that
pictured here. These two items, the moisture
resistant packing and the mounting brackets are
required when installing the PL.
Panel
Mounting hole
See “2-5 PL Dimensions”
• To obtain the maximum degree of
moisture resistance, be sure to mount
the PL on a smooth, flat surface.
> < 1.6 - 10.0 mm
• The panel itself can be from 1.6 to
10 mm thick.
><
To enhance the PL’s maintainability, operability and ventilation, allow at least 50 mm or
more clearance between the PL and any other objects. (The clearance must be large
enough to allow you to insert or remove expansion boards and to attach connectors.)
Rear View
^
PL
50mm
PL
^
50mm
^
^
50mm
^
^
^
^
50mm ^
^
Side View
50mm
^
50mm ^
50mm
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• Be sure that the panel’s viewing angle is tilted no more than 30 degrees from parallel
to the operator (i.e. operator is directly in front).
OK
OK
OK
Must be 30 degrees or less
• Avoid placing the PL next to other devices that might cause overheating.
• Avoid using the PL where the ambient temperature will exceed 40°C.
• Keep the PL away from arc-generating devices such as magnetic switches and nonfuse breakers.
• Avoid using the PL in environments where corrosive gases are present.
Insert the PL into the installation slot
Mounting panel
Side panel
Attach and Secure the Rear Attachment Brackets
and sides of
bottom,
top,the
on the
(8) attachment
eightthe
1) Locate the PL’s
Secure
rear panelholes,
of PLlocated
in place
with
mounting
the PL.
Attachment hole
Top and Bottom
Faces
4-4
Left and
Right sides
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2) Insert each bracket into its attachment hole.
Mounting panel
Mounting
bracket
Hook
Front
panel
of PL
Attachment
hole
Rear
panel
of PL
3) Insert each mounting bracket into aattachment hole, and slide the bracket backwards
until it stops.
4) Use a screwdriver to tighten the bracket’s adjustment screw. To ensure a high degree
of moisture resistance, the torque should be 0.5 to 0.6 N•m.
Panel
PL
Excessive torque may damage the panel or bracket.
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4-3 Wiring the PL
1
Connecting the Power Cord
(Rear of PL)
Power
Terminals
Power Input Terminals
Power
Switch
L
N
FG
Connecting these two terminals provides 100V to 240V
AC power.
L= live and N= Neutral
(screw size: M3)
This terminal is connected
to the PL’s frame (chassis).
WARNING
To prevent electric shocks, be sure to turn the PL OFF before connecting the power cord.
To avoid the dangers of fire, electric hazards and equipment damage, be sure to use only
the specified power supply voltage when operating the PL-6700.
Use the following steps when connecting the power cord to the PL’s power terminals.
Plastic Cover
1) Confirm that the power switch is turned
OFF. Then, remove the power terminal’s
transparent plastic cover.
Screw
1234
1234
1234
1234
L
N
1234
1234
1234
1234
4-6
FG
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1234
1234
1234
1234
2) Loosen and remove the middle three
screws from the terminal strip. Align the
crimp terminals with each screw hole,
and tighten the screws.
L
N
White
Green
1234
1234
1234
1234
FG
• Crimp Terminal Types :
V1.25-3, by J.S.T. or equivalent (JIS
standard part number : RAV1.25-3)
Attachment
Screws
• Crimp terminals must be the same
as shown below.
^
Max. 6.0 mm
L
N
FG
Transparent
Cover
^
Black
φ 3.2 mm or larger
^
• The colors in the figure above are
for the cable which came with
the PL.
• This power cable is designed
only for 100V use. Be sure to
use a different cable when using other than 100V power.
3) Reattach the terminal strip’s transparent cover.
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2
Power Supply Cautions
When connecting power to the PL unit’s AC power terminals, please be aware of the following:
Constant
voltage
transformer
Twisted-pair
cable
PL
FG
• If voltage fluctuations are expected to vary beyond the specified range, connect a constant
voltage transformer.
For information about the specified
voltage, refer to “2-1 General
Specifications”
Insulating
transformer
Twisted-pair
cable
PL
FG
100/200V AC
PL
PL power
source
Main power
source
I/O power
source
I/O
device
Main power
source
200V AC
PL
PL power
source T1
T2
I/O power
source
I/O
device
• Use a low-noise power supply both between the lines and between the PL and its
ground. If there is still excess noise, connect an insulating transformer (noise-prevention type) .
Be sure any constant or insulating
transformer used has a capacity of
200VA or more.
• Wire the power cords of the PL, I/O devices, and power supply devices separately.
• To improve noise immunity, it is recommended
to attach a ferrite core to the power cord.
• Isolate the main circuit (high voltage, large
current) line, I/O signal lines, and power cord,
and do not bind or group them together.
I/O
device
Power
device
Main circuit
power source
Twisted-pair
cable
PL
AC
FG
E2
E1
• To prevent damage from lightning, connect a
lightning surge absorber.
• Ground the lightning surge absorber
(E1) and the PL (E2) separately.
• Select a lightning surge absorber
which will not exceed the allowable
circuit voltage, even when the voltage rises to the maximum.
Lightning surge absorber
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3
Grounding Cautions
(a) Dedicated Ground *1
PL
Other
device
• Set up a dedicated ground when using
the rear panel’s FG terminal.
(b) Shared Ground - allowed *1
PL
Other
device
(c) Shared ground - not allowed
PL
4
• If a dedicated ground is not possible, use
a shared ground, as shown in figure (b).
• The grounding point must be as close to
the PL as possible, and the grounding
wires must be as short as possible. If the
wires must be long, use thick, insulated
wires and run them through conduits.
Other
device
Cautions When Connecting I/O Signal Lines
• I/O signal lines must be wired separately from the power circuit cable.
• If the power circuit cable needs to be wired together with the input/output
(I/O) signal lines for any reason, use shielded cables and ground one end of
the shield to the PL’s FG terminal.
• To improve noise immunity, it is recommended to attach a ferrite core to the
power cord.
*1 Use a grounding resistance of less than 100 U and a 2mm2 or thicker wire, or your
country’s applicable standard. For details, contact your local PL distributor.
.
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Chapter
5
5-1
Setup Procedures
5-2
System Parameters
System Setup
This chapter explains how to enter the PL-6700's system settings, as well as the cautions
required both before and during set up.
5-1 Setup Procedures
Normally, use only the factory (default) settings.
The following settings are those pre-set at the factory.
1)Connect the keyboard to the PL.
2)Turn the PL's power ON.
3)After the message "Press <DEL> to Enter SETUP"appears, press the [DEL]
key until the following screen appears.
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS(2A5IIUIC)
CMOS SETUP UTILITY
AWARD SOFTWARE, INC.
STANDARD CMOS SETUP
INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS
BIOS FEATURES SETUP
SUPERVISOR PASSWORD
CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP
USER PASSWORD
POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP
IDE HDD AUTO DETECTION
PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION
HDD LOW LEVEL FORMAT
LOAD BIOS DEFAULTS
SAVE & EXIT SETUP
LOAD SETUP DEFAULTS
EXIT WITHOUT SAVING
: Select Item
ESC
:
Quit
F10
:
Save & Exit Setup
(Shift)F2
:
Change Color
Time,DATE,Hard Disk Type •••
KEYBOARD ACTION KEYS
Provides a summary of the keyboard keys used to carry out the setup.
SYSTEM SETTING SELECTION AREA
Each of the titles (areas) listed here contains system setting items.
4) Use the arrow keys to move the cursor to the desired selection.
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5-2 System Parameters
1
STANDARD CMOS SETUP
Selecting the STANDARD CMOS SETUP menu item produces the following
screen.
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS(2A5IIU1C)
CMOS SETUP UTILITY
AWARD SOFTWARE, INC.
Date (mm:dd:yy): Wed,Jul 2 1997
Time (hh:mm:ss): 14 : 50 : 3
HARD DISKS
TYPE SIZE CYLS HEAD PRECOMP
Primary Master :Auto 0
0
0
0
Primary Slave :Auto 0
0
0
0
Drive A : 1.44M , 3.5 in.
Drive B : None
VGA Text Mode:Expansion
VGA Graphic Mode:Expansion
Floppy3 Mode Support:Disabled
LCD & CRT : Both
Halt On : All Errors
ESC
:
Quit
F1
:
Help
(Shift)F2
LANDZ
0
0
SECT0R
0
0
MODE
AUTO
AUTO
Base Memory :
640K
Extended Memory : 31744K
Other Memory :
384K
Total Memory : 32768K
:
Select Item
:
Change Color
PU/PD/+/- : Modify
■Date/Time
This data sets the PL's internal time and date.
Hours
:00 - 23
Minutes
:00 - 59
Seconds
:00 - 59
Primary Master
This data sets the ISE hard disk's parameters. When this setting is set
to [AUTO], the hard disk's parameters are automatically read in. Also,
if the "IDE HDD AUTO DETECTION" is in use, the value entered
there is automatically set. The three options are [User],[Auto], or
[None]. The [Auto] setting is factory set and recommended for most
users.
■Primary Slave
The three options are [User],[Auto], or [None]. The [Auto] setting is
factory set and recommended for most users.
■DriveA
This setting determines the format used by the PL's internal floppy disk
drive.
The selection [1.44MB - 3.5in] is recommended. The other available
settings are [720K - 3.5in], [1.2M - 5.25in], [360 - 5.25in], [2.88M 3.5in.], or [None]. The[1.44M - 3.5in] selection is factory set and
recommended for most users.
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■DriveB
The selection [None] is recommended. The other available settings are
[1.44MB - 3.5in], [720K - 3.5in], [1.2M - 5.25in], [360 - 5.25in],
[2.88M - 3.5in.], or [None]. The [None] selection is factory set and
recommended for most users.
■Floppy 3 Mode Support
The possible selections include
[Disabled],[DriveA],[DriveB]or[Both].The [Disabled] selection is
factory set and recommended for most users.
■LCD & CRT
This setting determines the type of display device used.
The list of selections include [Both], [LCD] or [CRT]. The [Both]
selection is factory set and recommended for most users.
[Both]
[LCD]
[CRT]
:
:
:
Displays on both the PL-6700's [LCD] and the external CRT.
Displays on the PL-6700's [LCD].
Displays on the CRT.
■VGA Text Mode
Designates if the characters displayed in English Text Mode are
displayed in expanded or normal form.The selections are [Expansion] or
[Normal]. The [Expansion] selection is factory set and recommended for
most users.
When the BIOS setup utility's Text Expansion feature is set to
"Expansion", and the English DOS "50 Character Display Mode" is
used, the screen's display will expand horizontally, not vertically.
■VGA Graphics Mode
Designates if the display used in VGA graphics Mode shows screen data
in the expanded or normal form. The selections are [Expansion] or
[Normal]. The [Expansion] selection is factory set and recommended for
most users.
■Halt On
Designates the type of processing that will be performed when an error
occurs during the Initial Start-Up's Self Test. The [All Errors] selection
is factory set and recommended for most users.
[All Errors]
: Displays all errors and stops the unit.
[No Errors]
: Displays all errors and does not stop the unit.
[All,But Keyboard] : Displays all errors, except for those related to
the keyboard, and stops the unit. If the User has
no keyboard connected, please use this setting.
[All,But Diskette] : FDisplays all errors, except for those related to
the disk drive (FDD), and stops the unit.
[All,But Disk/Key] : Displays all errors, except for those related to the disk
drive (FDD) and keyboard, and then stops the unit.
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2
BIOS FEATURES SETUP
Selecting the BIOS FEATURES SETUP menu item calls up the following screen.
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS(2A5LLU1C)
BIOS FEATURES SETUP
AWARD SOFTWARE, INC.
Virus Warning
:Disabled
Video BIOS Shadow : Enabled
CPU Internal Cache
:Enabled
C8000-CBFFF Shadow : Disabled
External Cache
:Enabled
CC000-CFFFF Shadow : Disabled
Quick Power On Self Test
:Enabled
D0000-D3FFF Shadow : Disabled
Boot Sequence
:C,A
D4000-D7FFF Shadow : Disabled
Swap Floppy Drive
:Disabled
D8000-DBFFF Shadow : Disabled
Boot Up NumLock Status
:Off
DC000-DFFFF Shadow : Disabled
Gate A20 Option
:Fast
Memory Parity Check
:Disabled
Security Option
:Setup
F1 : Help
PCI/VGA Palette Snoop
:Disabled
F5 : Old Values (Shift)F2
OS Select For DRAM > 64MB :Non-OS2
F6 : Load BIOS Defaults
ESC
:Quit
:Select Item
PU/PD/+/-
:Modify
:Color
F7 : Load Setup Defaults
Virus Warning
Designates whether a warning message appears when an error occurs
during a write to the Hard Disk's Boot Sector. The two selections are
[Disabled]or[Enabled]. The [Disabled] selection is factory set and
recommended for most users.
CPU Internal Cache
Designates if the CPU's Internal Cache Memory is used or not. The
two selections available are [Disabled]or[Enabled]. The [Enabled]
selection is factory set and recommended for most users.
External Cache
Designates if the CPU's External Cache Memory (L2) is used or not.
The two selections available are [Disabled]or [Enabled]. The
[Enabled] selection is factory set and recommended for most users.
Quick Power On Self Test
Designates if a simplified Self Test is used after the power is turned
ON. The two selections available are [Disabled]or[Enabled]. The
[Enabled] selection is factory set and recommended for most users.
Boot Sequence
Designates the drive order used by the OS during start up. The
possible selections are [C only], [A,C], [C,A], [C,CDROM,A] or
[CDROM,C,A]. The [C,A] selection is factory set and recommended
for most users.
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Swap Floppy Drive
When two (2) floppy disk drives (FDD) are installed, setting this selection
to [Enabled] will cause the order of the A and B drives to be swapped. The
two selections available are [Disabled]or [Enabled]. The [Disabled]
selection is factory set and recommended for most users.
Boot Up Numlock Status
Designates the condition of the NumLock key at startup. The two
selections are either [On] or [Off]. The [Off] selection is factory set and
recommended for most users.
Gate A20 Option
The two selections available are [Fast] or [Normal]. When [Normal] has been
selected, Keyboard Control is used for Gate A20 control. When [Fast] is selected,
the Chipset is used. The [Fast] selection is factory set and recommended for
most users.
Memory Parity Check
Designates if a Parity Check is used for Parity Memory. The two selections
available are [Disabled]or [Enabled]. The [Disabled] selection is factory
set and recommended for most users.
Security Option
Designates the location of the Password Entry, [Setup], used during BIOS
setup, or [System], which is used during BIOS setup and Startup. When the
[Supervisor Password] or User Password] area's password has not been
designated, this setting is disabled. The two selections available are
[Disabled]or [Enabled]. The [Disabled] selection is factory set and
recommended for most users.
PCI/VGA Palette Snoop
When the PCI/VGA and the MPEG ISA/VESA VAG cards are both used,
this setting is set to [Enabled]. In all other cases, this should be set to
[Disabled]. The [Disabled] selection is factory set and recommended for
most users.
OS Select For DRAM >64MB
Select either [Non-0S2]or[OS2]. The [Non-OS2] selection is factory set
and recommended for most users.
Video BIOS Shadow
Designates whether Video BIOS ROM is expanded into RAM and used
from there (C0000-C7FFF). The two selections available are [Disabled] or
[Enabled]. The [Enabled] selection is factory set and recommended for
most users.
C8000-CBFFF Shadow to DC000-DFFFF Shadow
When the Expansion Board's ROM is placed in this area, this setting
designates if the ROM expands into the RAM area. The two selections
available are [Disabled] or [Enabled]. The [Disabled] selection is factory
set and recommended for most users.
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3
CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP
Selecting the CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP menu item calls up the following
screen.
Since the CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP screen is a view only screen,
no selections or input can be performed.
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS(2A5IIU1C)
CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP
AWARD SOFTWARE, INC.
Auto Configuration
: Disabied
CPU to PCI Post Write
: 4T
CPU to PCI Burst Mem.WR : Disabled
L2 (WB) Tag Bit Length
: 8bits
SRAM Back-to-Back
: Enabled
NA# Enable
: Enabled
ISA Bus Clock Frequency
: PCICLK/4
Starting Point of Paging : 1T
Refresh Cycle Time (us) : 15.6
RAS Pulse Width Refresh
: 6T
RAS Precharge Time
: 5T
RAS to CAS Delay
: 5T
CAS# Pulse Width(FP)
: 2T
ESC: Quit
CAS# Pulse Width(EDO)
: 1T
F1 : Help
RAMW# AssertionTiming
: 3T
F5 : Old Values (Shift)F2
CAS Precharge Time(FP)
: 2T
CAS Precharge Time(EDO) : 2T
:Select Item
PU/PD/+/-
:Modify
:Color
F6 : Load BIOS Defaults
F7 : Load Setup Defaults
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Enhanced Memory Write
: Disabled
Read Prefetch memory RD
:Disabled
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POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP
Selecting the POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP menu item calls up the following
screen.
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS(2A5IIU1C)
POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP
AWARD SOFTWARE, INC.
Power Management
PM Control by APM
Video Off Option
Video Off method
:
:
:
:
Disabled
Yes
Always on
DPMS Supported
Doze Speed (div by)
Stdby Speed (div by)
Suspend Option
MODEM Use IRQ
FAN Control
**PM Timers**
HDD Off After
Doze Mode
Standby Mode
Suspend Mode
:
:
:
:
:
2
3
Static Suspend
3
Disabled
:
:
:
:
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
**PM Events**
COM Ports Activity
LPT Ports Activity
: Enabled
: Enabled
HDD Ports Activity
VGA Activity
IRQ3 (COM 2)
IRQ4 (COM 1)
IRQ5 (LPT 2)
IRQ6 (Floppy Disk)
IRQ7 (LPT 1)
IRQ3 (RTC Alarm)
IRQ9 (IRQ2 Redir)
IRQ10 (COM 4)
IRQ11 (COM 3)
IRQ12 (PS/2 Mouse)
IRQ13 (Coprocessor)
IRQ14 (Hard Disk)
IRQ15 (Reserved)
ESC: Quit
F1 : Help
PU/PD/+/F5 : Old Values (Shift)F2
F6 : Load BIOS Defaults
F7 : Load Setup Defaults
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Enabled
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
:Select Item
:Modify
:Color
■Power Management
You can choose from four power management options. These are [User
Defined],[Disabled], [Min Saving] or [Max Saving]. The [Disabled]
selection is factory set and recommended for most users.
■PM Control by APM
Designates if the power management is controlled by the APM. The two
selections available are [Yes]or [No]. The [Yes] selection is factory set
and recommended for most users.
■Video Off Option
Turns the PL-6700's display OFF. The selections include [Always on],
[Suspend→Off], [Susp,Stby→Off] and [All Modes→Off].
■Video Off method
When Auto Configuration [Enabled] has been selected, this selection
cannot be used.
■Doze Speed (div by)
Selections for this feature include [1],[2],[3],[4],[5],[6],[7]or[8]. The
[2] selection is factory set and recommended for most users.
■Stdby Speed (div by)
Selections for this feature include [1],[2],[3],[4],[5],[6],[7]or[8]. The
[3] selection is factory set and recommended for most users.
■Suspend Option
When Auto Configuration Enable has been selected, this selection
cannot be used. The [Static Suspend] selection is factory set and
recommended for most users.
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■MODEM Use IRQ
Selections for this feature include [1],[2],[3],[4],[5],[6],[7]or[8]. The
[3] selection is factory set and recommended for most users.
■FAN Control (CPU Fan)
The two selections available are [Disabled]or [Enabled]. The
[Disabled] selection is factory set and recommended for most users.
■HDD Off After
Designates the period of time to elapse before the HDD's motor turns
itself OFF. The selections include [1Min]→[15Min], [115Min]or[Disabled].The [Disabled] selection is factory set and
recommended for most users.
■Doze Mode
Only after Auto Configuration has been set to [User Define] can the
Doze Mode be used. The [Disabled] selection is factory set and
recommended for most users.
■Standby Mode
Only after Auto Configuration has been set to [User Define] can the
Standby Mode be used. The [Disabled] selection is factory set and
recommended for most users.
■Suspend Mode
Only after Auto Configuration has been set to [User Define] can the
Suspend Mode be used. The [Disabled] selection is factory set and
recommended for most users.
■COM Ports Activity
Designates if the COM Port is monitored or not. The two selections
available are [Disabled]or [Enabled]. The [Enabled] selection is
factory set and recommended for most users.
■LPT Ports Activity
Designates if the LPT (Parallel) Port is monitored or not. The two
selections available are [Disabled]or [Enabled]. The [Enabled]
selection is factory set and recommended for most users.
■HDD Ports Activity
Designates if the HDD (Hard Disk) Port is monitored or not. The two
selections available are [Disabled]or [Enabled]. The [Enabled]
selection is factory set and recommended for most users.
■VGA Activity
Designates if the VGA Port is monitored or not. The two selections
available are [Disabled]or [Enabled]. The [Disabled] selection is
factory set and recommended for most users.
■IRQ3-IRQ15
Designate if the COM Port is monitored or not. The two selections
available are [Disabled]or [Enabled].
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5
PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION SETUP
Selecting the PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION SETUP menu item displays the following screen.
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS(2A5IIU1C)
PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION
AWARD SOFTWARE, INC.
Resources Controlled By :Manual
PCI IRQ Activated By : Leve1
Reset Configuration Data :Disabled
IRQ3
assigned to : Legacy ISA
IRQ4
assigned to : Legacy ISA
IRQ5
assigned to : PCI/ISA PnP
IRQ7
assigned to : Legacy ISA
IRQ9
assigned to : PCI/ISA PnP
PCI IDE IRQ Map To
: PCI-AUTO
Primary
:A
IDE INT#
IRQ10 assigned to : Legacy ISA
IRQ11 assigned to : Legacy ISA
IRQ12 assigned to : PCI/ISA PnP
ESC
:Quit
:Select Item
IRQ14 assigned to : Legacy ISA
F1 : Help
PU/PD/+/- :Modify
IRQ15 assigned to : Legacy ISA
F5 : Old Values
DMA-0 assigned to : PCI/ISA PnP
F6 : Load BIOS Defaults
DMA-1 assigned to : PCI/ISA PnP
F7 : Load Setup Defaults
(Shift)F2
:Color
DMA-3 assigned to : PCI/ISA PnP
DMA-5 assigned to : PCI/ISA PnP
DMA-6 assigned to : PCI/ISA PnP
DMA-7 assigned to : PCI/ISA PnP
■Resources Controlled By
Designates whether the allocation of I/O Port, IRQ and DMA resources
is done automatically or manually. The two selections available are
[Manual]or [Auto]. The [Manual] selection is factory set and
recommended for most users.
■Reset Configuration Data
Designates whether all current setting data should be erased or not. The
two selections available are [Disabled]or [Enabled]. The [Disabled]
selection is factory set and recommended for most users.
■IRQ-3 assigned to
-
RQ-15 assigned to
Only after the "Resources Controlled By" setting is set to [Manual] can
the following IRQ-3assigned to - IRQ-15assigned to settings be
changed. These settings are used for the [PCI/ISA PnP] and [Legacy
ISA] items.
[PCI/ISA PnP] :Used for PCI or ISA's PnP Card
[Legacy ISA]
:Used for ISA Cards that do not comply with PnP
INITIAL SETTING
INITIAL SETTING
IRQ-3 assigned to
Legacy ISA
IRQ-10 assigned to
Legacy ISA
IRQ-4 assigned to
Legacy ISA
IRQ-11 assigned to
Legacy ISA
IRQ-5 assigned to
PCI/ISA PnP
IRQ-12 assigned to
PCI/ISA PnP
IRQ-7 assigned to
Legacy ISA
IRQ-14 assigned to
Legacy ISA
IRQ-9 assigned to
PCI/ISA PnP
IRQ-15 assigned to
Legacy ISA
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■DMA-0 assigned to
- DMA-7 assigned to
Only after the "Resources Controlled By" setting is set to [Manual]
can the following DMA-0 assigned to - DMA-7 assigned to settings be
changed. These settings are used for the [PCI/ISA PnP] and [Legacy
ISA] items.
[PCI/ISA PnP] : Used for PCI or ISA's PnP Card
[Legacy ISA] : Used for ISA Cards that do not comply with PnP
INITIAL SETTING
INITIAL SETTING
DMA-0 assigned to
PCI/ISA PnP
DMA-5 assigned to
PCI/ISA PnP
DMA-1 assigned to
PCI/ISA PnP
DMA-6 assigned to
PCI/ISA PnP
DMA-3 assigned to
PCI/ISA PnP
DMA-7 assigned to
PCI/ISA PnP
■IRQ-3 assigned to
- IRQ-15 assigned to
Only after the "Resources Controlled By" setting is set to [Manual]
can the following IRQ-3 assigned to - IRQ-15 assigned to settings be
changed. These settings are used for the [PCI/ISA PnP] and [Legacy
ISA] items.
[PCI/ISA PnP] : Used for PCI or ISA's PnP Card
[Legacy ISA] : Used for ISA Cards that do not comply with PnP
■PCI IRQ Activated By
Designates allocation method used for the PCI slots. The two selections
available are [Level]or [Edge]. The [Level] selection is factory set and
recommended for most users.
■PCI IDE IRQ Map To
Designates if the CPU board IDE controller's allocation is performed
automatically by the PCI, or fixed as ISA. The two selections available
are [PCI-AUTO] or [ISA]. The [PCI-AUTO] selection is factory set and
recommended for most users.
■Primary IDE INT#
Only after selecting the "PCI IDE IRQ Map To" menu item's [PCIAUTO] can the Primary IDE INT# setting be used. These settings can
be [A], [B], [C] or [D].
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6
INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS SETUP
Selecting INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS SETUP menu item displays the following screen.
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS(2A5IIU1C)
INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS
AWARD SOFTWARE, INC.
Internal PCI/IDE
: Primary
IDE Primary Master PIO
: Auto
IDE Primary Slave PIO
: Auto
Com 3 & Com 4 Mode
: Enable
Com 3 Port Resource
: 3E8/IRQ11
Com 4 Port Resource
: 2E8/IRQ10
IDE Burst Mode
: DisabIed
IDE Date Port Post Write
: Enabled
IDE HDD Block Mode
: Enabled
Onboard FDC Controller
: Enabled
Onboard Serial Port1
: 3F8/IRQ4
Onboard Serial Port2
: 2F8/IRQ3
UART2 Mode
: Normal
Onboard Parallel Port
: 3BC/IRQ7
F5 : Old Values (Shift)F2
Parallel Port Mode
: Compatible
F6 : Load BIOS Defaults
ESC : Quit
F1 : Help
:Select Item
PU/PD/+/-
:Modify
:Color
F7 : Load Setup Defaults
■Internal PCI/IDE
Designates the internal IDE port's setting. The two selections
available are [Disabled]or [Primary]. The [Primary] selection is
factory set and recommended for most users.
■IDE Primary Master PIO
Designates the Master Drive's Operation Mode. Only after the
"Internal PCI/IDE" has been set to [Primary] can these IDE Primary
Master PIO settings be entered. The two selections available are
[Auto] or [Mode0] - >[Mode4]. The [Auto] selection is factory set and
recommended for most users.
■IDE Primary Slave PIO
Designates the Slave Drive's Operation Mode. Only after the "Internal
PCI/IDE" has been set to [Primary] can these IDE Primary Slave PIO
settings be entered. The two selections available are [Auto] or
[Mode0] →[Mode4]. The [Auto] selection is factory set and
recommended for most users.
■IDE Burst Mode
Only after the Internal PCI/IDE has been set to [Primary] can these
IDE Primary Slave PIO settings be entered. The two selections
available are [Disabled] or [Enabled]. The [Disabled] selection is
factory set and recommended for most users.
■IDE Date Port Post Write
The two selections available are [Disabled] or [Enabled]. The
[Enabled] selection is factory set and recommended for most users.
■IDE HDD Block Mode
Designates the Hard disk's Block Operation Mode. The two selections
available are [Disabled] or [Enabled]. The [Enabled] selection is
factory set and recommended for most users.
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System Setup
■Onboard FDC Controller
Designates whether the PL's FDD(Floppy Disk Drive) controller is used or
not. The two selections available are [Disabled] or [Enabled]. The [Enabled]
selection is factory set and recommended for most users.
■Onboard Serial Port1
Designates the PL's Serial 1(COM1) port address setting. The selections
include [Disabled], [2F8/IRQ3] or [3F8/IRQ4]. The [3F8/IRQ4] selection is
factory set and recommended for most users.
■Onboard Serial Port2
Designates the PL's Serial 2(COM2) port address setting. The selections
include [Disabled], [2F8/IRQ3] or [3F8/IRQ4]. The [2F8/IRQ3] selection is
factory set and recommended for most users.
■UART2 Mode
Only when the Onboard Serial Port2 is set to [Disabled] can the UART2
Mode be used. The selections include [Normal], [Sharp IR], [IrDA SIR],
[IrDA MIR]or[IrDA FIR].The [Normal] selection is factory set and
recommended for most users.
■Onboard Parallel Port
Selects the PL's Parallel Port Address. Normally, use [3BC/IRQ7]. The
selections include [Disabled], [3BC/IRQ7], [378/IRQ7] or [278/IRQ5].
When any selection other than [Disabled] is used, [EPP], [ECP],
[Compatible] or [Extended] must also be selected. Also, if [EPP] has been
selected, either Ver [1.7]or Ver [1.9] must be selected. Last, if [ECP] has
been selected, either ECP Mode use DMA's [1] or [3] must also be selected.
■Parallel Port Mode
Here, the parallel port's single-direction ([Normal]) or dual-direction ([EPP],
[ECP] or [ECP->EPP]) modes can be selected. The selections include
[Compatible], [Extended] or [ECP]. Normally, [Compatible] is used,
however when a selection other than [Compatible] is used, the [ECP mode
Use DMA] selection must also be used.
■ECP Mode Use DMA
Designates which DMA setting is used for the ECP mode. The two
selections available are [1] or [3]. The [1] selection is factory set and
recommended for most users.
■Com 3 & Com 4 Mode
Designates whether the PL's COM3 and COM4 (Touch Panel) are used or
not. The two selections available are [Disabled] or [Enabled].
■Com 3 Port Resource
Only when the "Com 3 & Com 4 Mode" is set to [Enabled] will this
selection appear. The [3E8/IRQ11] selection is factory set and
recommended for users.
■Com 4 Port Resource
Only when the Com 3 & Com 4 Mode is set to [Enabled] will this
selection appear. The [2E8/IRQ10] selection is factory set and
recommended for most users.
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7
IDE HDD AUTO DETECTION SETUP
Selecting the IDE HDD AUTO DETECTION menu item produces the following
screen.
Provides automatic detection of any hard disk connected to the IDE. Normally
unused.
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS(2A5IIU1C)
CMOS SETUP UTILITY
AWARD SOFTWARE, INC.
HARD DISKS TYPE SIZE CYLS HEAD PRECOMP
Primary Master :
Select Primary Master
OPTIONS SIZE
2(Y)
1630
1
1632
3
1632
Note
:
CYLS
790
3162
1581
LANDZ
SECT0R
MODE
Option(N=Skip) : N
HEAD PRECOMP LANDZ SECTOR
64
0
3161
63
16
65535
3161
63
32
65535
3161
63
MODE
LBA
NORMAL
LARGE
Some OS (like SCO-UNIX) must use "NORMAL" for Installation
ESC:Skip
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System Setup
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HDD LOW LEVEL FORMAT SETUP
Selecting the HDD LOW LEVEL FORMAT menu item produces the following
screen.
Performs low-level formatting of the hard disk. Normally unused.
ROM PCI/ISA BIOS(2A5IIU1C)
CMOS SETUP UTILITY
AWARD SOFTWARE, INC.
HARD DISK initalizing
Please wait a moment...
Detecting HDD Primary Master ... FUJITSU M2724TA
Detecting HDD Primary Slave
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Primary Master:
1632
Primary Slave :
0
... None
3162
0
0
16
65535
0
65280
3161
0
63
Auto
Auto
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6
6-1 PL-6700 Floppy Disk File List
Bundled Software
The Digital Electronics Corporation has prepared the following additional program files,
which are not supported by the standard version of Windows® 95 or Windows® NT.
This chapter describes the contents of the PL’s additional program files, hereafter
referred to as “PL Software”.
6-1 PL-6700 Floppy Disk File List
If the User installs an OS (operating system) other than that written here,
the correct operation of the following programs cannot be guaranteed.
File Name
README95e.TXT
READMEnte.txt
Contents
This file is for Windows 95 users and contains the latest detailed
information about the PL’s additional software programs. Please be
sure to read this file before operating any of the PL’s additional
software.
This file is for Windows NT users and contains the latest detailed
information about the PL’s additional software programs. Please be
sure to read this file before operating any of the PL’s additional
software.
The following additional program files are designed to run on both the Windows 95
and Windows NT operating systems.
File Name
DISP.EXE
FANALARM.EXE
BLSAVER.SCR
PL67API.DLL
PL67DRV.SYS
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This program is used to turn the PL’s display ON or OFF.
(includes turning backlight OFF)
Used to detect the CPU’s cooler fan alarm.
This screen saver program is used to turn the PL’s backlight OFF.
This DLL is used by the DISP, FANALARM, and BLSAVER
programs. Both the Windows 95 and Windows NT versions of
this file are included.
This file is the device driver used by the PL67API.DLL, specifically
for the Windows NT OS.
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Maintenance and Inspection
Chapter
7
7-1 Cleaning the Display
7-2 Filter Cleaning
7-3 Periodic Maintenance Check Points
Maintenance and Inspection
This chapter describes how to properly maintain your PL unit.
7-1 Cleaning the Display
When the display surface or frame become
dirty, use a soft cloth moistened with neutral detergent to wipe away any dust or
stains.
Neutral
detergent
Maintenance panel
Display
Do not clean the unit with thinner, organic
solvents, or strong acids.
Thinner
Organic solvent
Strong acid
Do not use sharp or hard objects, such as a
mechanical pencil or screwdriver, to push
on the display. This could damage the unit.
Protection sheet
Use the screen protection sheet when using the PL in extremely dirty or dusty areas.
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Maintenance and Inspection
About the Moisture Resistant Gasket
The moisture resistant gasket protects the GP and improves its water resistance. For instructions on installing the GP's gasket,
Reference
!
Important
7-2
Chapter 3.1 "Installation and Wiring"
• A gasket which has been used for a long period of time may
have scratches or dirt on it, and could have lost much of its
water resistance. Be sure to change the gasket periodically
(or when scratches or dirt become visible).
Filter Cleaning
Since excessive dirt and dust in the filter of the PL-6700’s cooling fan can
potentially affect the performance of the unit, regular inspection and cleaning
of the filter is strongly recommended.
Cleaning the PL-6700 cooling unit’s filter:
1) Remove the cooling fan cover’s two (2)
attachment screws.
Be sure to not drop the filter
after removing the cover.
2) Remove the filter from the fan cover.
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3) Clean the filter completely.
If stubborn dirt or stains are present, wash the
filter with a neutral detergent.
• Be sure the filter is completely
dry before reattaching the filter
to the fan cover.
• Do not wring the filter to dry it.
Allow it to air dry.
4) After reattaching the filter to the fan cover,
reattach the filter cover to the cooling unit
with the two cover attachment screws.
7-3 Periodic Maintenance Check Points
Check the PL periodically to ensure it is in good working condition.
• Ambient Environment
Is the ambient temperature within the specified range?
5 to 40°C
for the PL-6700T andPL-6700S
Is the ambient humidity within the specified range (30 to 85 %RH) ?
Is the atmosphere free of corrosive gas ?
• Electrical Specifications
Is the voltage adequate (85 to 132 V AC, 50/60 Hz) ?
(170 to 260V AC, 50/60 Hz) ?
• Installation Conditions
Is the connection cable firmly connected (not loose) ?
Are any bolts or screws loose ?
Are there any flaws or tears in the moisture resistant packing ?
• Display Conditions
Is the display bright enough ?
When the PL’s backlight needs to be replaced, please contact your
nearest authorized service center for prompt service.
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Maintenance and Inspection
MEMO
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Appendix
Hardware Configuration
1.
2.
3.
4.
1
Hardware Configuration
Serial Communications
Printer Cable Connections
BIOS Lists
Hardware Configuration
1.
I/O Mapping
Address
AT system device
0000H - 001FH
DMA controller (8237)
0020H - 003FH
Interrupt controller (8259A)
0040H - 005FH
System timer (8254)
0060H - 006FH
Keyboard (H8/3332)
0070H - 007FH
Real-time clock, NMI mask
0080H - 009FH
DMA bank register
System-specific device
00A0H - 00BFH Interrupt controller (8259A)
00C0H - 00DFH DMA controller 2 (8237)
00F0H - 00FFH
Numeric data processor
016CH - 016FH
Used by main board
01F0H - 01FFH
Hard disk (IDE)
0200H - 0207H
Game I/O *1
016EH FAN ALARM
02E8H - 02EFH Serial port 4 (COM4 ) : Touch panel
Touch panel
02F8H - 02FFH
or, used for IrDA
Serial port 2 (COM2) : General Use
03B0H - 03BBH Video controller (VGA)
03BCH - 03BFH Parallel port 1 (LPT1) : Printer
03C0H - 03DFH
Video controller (VGA)
03E8H - 03EFH Serial port 3 (COM3): General Use
03F0H - 03F7H
Floppy disk controller
03F8H - 03FFH
Serial port 1 (COM1) :General Use
*1 The game I/O is not used by the PL system, but is normally reserved.
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Appendix
1 Hardware Configuration
<Extended I/O Bit Mapping>
Address #16EH is used by the PL system: do not assign it to other devices.
Bit7
Sw4
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Bit6
Sw3
Bit5
Sw2
Bit4
Sw1
Bit3
Bit2
Sw1 to Sw4:
Circuit board switch (SW)’s lead.
CPU Fan:
H = normal, L = Fan alarm
Power Fan:
H = Fan alarm, L = normal
Bit1
CPU Fan
Bit0
Power Fan
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1 Hardware Configuration
2.
Memory Mapping
BIOS ROM : 80 KB
4000000H
≈
≈
DRAM area : 64 MB
100000H
BIOS ROM : 80 KB
0EC000H
Extended ROM area *1
0CC000H
VGA BIOS
0C0000H
V-RAM
0A0000H
Main memory : 640 KB
000000H
*1 This area is reserved for extended boards.
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Appendix
1 Hardware Configuration
3.
IRQ Mapping
„ Hardware Interruption List
Description
NMI
Parity error or I/O channel check
IRQ 0 Timer (in the chipset)
IRQ 1 Keyboard
IRQ 2 Cascade from controller 2
IRQ 3 Serial port 2 (COM2) : General Use port
IRQ 4 Serial port 1 (COM1) : General Use port
IRQ 5 Available to User
IRQ 6 Floppy disk controller
IRQ 7 Parallel port 1 (LPT1) : Printer port
IRQ 8 Real time clock
IRQ 9 Video controller (VGA) *1
IRQ 10 Serial port 4 (COM4) : Touch panel
IRQ 11 Serial port 3 (COM3) : General Use Port
IRQ 12 PS/2 mouse
IRQ 13 Numeric data processor
IRQ 14 Hard disk (IDE)
IRQ 15 Available to User
„ DMA Channel List
Description
DMA 0
DMA 1
For 8-bit transmission
DMA 2 Floppy disk controller
DMA 3
DMA 4 Cascade to controller 1
DMA 5
For 16-bit transmission
DMA 6
DMA 7
*1 IRQ 9 is not used by the PL, but reserved as standard.
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2 Serial Communication
2
Serial Communication
This section explains how to perform serial communications with the PL.
„ RS-232C (COM1/COM2/COM3) Cable Connections
<Example 1>
PL
<Example 2>
Dsub 25-pin
PL
Dsub 25-pin
1
CD
1
FG
1
CD
1
FG
2
RD
2
SD
2
RD
2
SD
3
TD
3
RD
3
TD
3
RD
4
DTR
4
RTS
4
DTR
4
RTS
5
GND
5
CTS
5
GND
5
CTS
6
DSR
6
DSR
6
DSR
6
DSR
7
RTS
7
SG
7
RTS
7
SG
8
CTS
8
CD
8
CTS
8
CD
9
RI
20
DTR
9
RI
20 DTR
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Appendix
3 Printer Cable Connections
3
Printer Cable Connections
Below is an example of how to connect a printer to the PL.
Example: Connection to a printer with Centronics port
Printer (36-pin connector)
11 •
12 •
13 •
14 •
15 •
16 •
17 •
18 •
19 •
10 •
11 •
12 •
13 •
14 •
15 •
16 •
17 •
18 •
Connector •
Case
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PL (Dsub 25-pin male connector)
• 1 STROBE
• 14 AUTOFD
• 2 DATA 0
• 15 ERROR
• 3 DATA 1
• 16 INIT
• 4 DATA 2
• 17 SLCTIN
• 5 DATA 3
• 18 GND
• 6 DATA 4
• 19 GND
• 7 DATA 5
• 20 GND
• 8 DATA 6
• 21 GND
• 9 DATA 7
• 22 GND
•10 ACKNLG
• 23 GND
•11 BUSY
• 24 GND
•12 PE
• 25 GND
•13 SLCT
19 •
20 •
•
21 •
22 •
23 •
24 •
25 •
26 •
27 •
•
28 •
•
29 •
30 •
•
•
31 •
32 •
33 •
34 •
35 •
36 •
•
•
• Connector Case
Shield
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4 BIOS Lists
4
BIOS Lists
„ INT 5h Display Hard Copy
Operation
Input
Output
0050:0000h Print-screen flag
0: Hard copy function unused or
completed successfully
1: Now printing
-1: Error
Screen hard copy
„ INT 10h Video BIOS
Operation
Input
Output
Setting video
mode
AH = 00h
AL = Value of selected mode (Bits 0 ~ 6),
Video RAM clear(Bit 7)
Setting cursor
shape
AH = 01h
CH = Cursor start position and display
CL = Cursor end position
Setting cursor
position
AH =
BH =
DH =
DL =
Reading cursor
position
AH = 03h
BH = Page No.
CH =
CL =
DH =
DL =
Cursor start position and display
Cursor end position
Current cursor line position
Current cursor column position
Reading light
pen position
AH = 04h
AH =
=
BX =
CH =
CX =
DH =
DL =
0: Light pen switch is off.
1: Light pen switch is on.
X coordinate (0 - 319, 639)
Y coordinate (0 - 199)
Y coordinate in new graphic mode (0, XXX)
Light pen line position in character units
Light pen column position in character units
Switching
active page
AH = 05h
AL = Page No.
Scrolling up
AH =
AL =
BH =
CH =
CL =
Scrolling down
02h
Page No.
Value of specified line
Value of specified column
06h
Number of lines to scroll up
Attribute of line to clear
Highest line in scroll up range
Farthest left column in scroll up
range
DH = Lowest line in scroll up range
DL = Farthest right column in scroll up
range
AH =
AL =
BH =
CH =
CL =
07h
Number of lines to scroll down
Attribute of line to clear
Highest line in scroll down range
Farthest left column in scroll down
range
DH = Lowest line in scroll down range
DL = Farthest right column in scroll down
range
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Operation
Input
Reading
character/attribute at
cursor position
AH = 08h
BH = Page No.
Writing
character/attribute at
cursor position
AH =
AL =
BH =
BL =
CX =
09h
Character code
Page No.
Attribute
Number of characters to output
Writing character at
cursor position
AH =
AL =
BH =
BL =
CX =
0Ah
Character code
Page No.
Attribute (Effective only in graphic mode)
Number of characters to output
Output
AL = Character code
AH = Attribute (In text mode)
Setting color pallet
Setting overscan,
background color,
and display color
brightness
AH = 0Bh
BH = 00h
BL = Color code
Setting color group
AH = 0Bh
BH = 01h
BL = Color group
Writing point in graphic
mode
AH =
AL =
BH =
CX =
DX =
0Ch
Attribute
Page No.
X coordinate
Y coordinate
Reading point in
graphic mode
AH =
BH =
CX =
DX =
0Dh
Page No.
X coordinate
Y coordinate
Writing
character/attribute at
cursor position and
move cursor
AH = 0Eh
AL = Character code
BL = Attribute (Effective only in graphic mode)
Reading video data
AH = 0Fh
AL = Attribute
AH = Number of single lines
AL = Video mode
BH = Active page No.
Setting pallet register
Setting pallet
register
AH =
AL =
BH =
BL =
Setting overscan
register
AH = 10h
AL = 01h
BH = Pallet code
Setting pallet
register and
overscan register
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10h
00h
Pallet code
Pallet register No.
AH = 10h
AL = 02h
ES:DX= 17-byte data address
Setting attribute
code intensity/brink
AH =
AL =
BH =
=
Reading basic
pallet register
AH = 10h
AL = 07h
BL = Basic pallet register to read (0 - 15)
10h
03h
00h: Set attribute bit 7 to intensity function.
01: Set attribute bit 7 to blink function.
BH = Value read
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Operation
Input
Output
Setting pallet register
Reading overscan
register
Reading basic
pallet register and
overscan register
Setting expansion
pallet register
Setting block in
expansion pallet
register
AH = 10h
AL = 08h
AH = 10h
AL = 09h
ES:DX = 17-byte buffer in which return value is located
AH =
AL =
BX =
DH =
CH =
CL =
AH =
AL =
ES:DX =
BX =
CX =
10h
10h
Selected expansion pallet register
Red value
Green value
Blue value
10h
10h
Color value table
First expansion pallet register to set
Number of blocks set inexpansion pallet registers
Selecting pallet
page mode
AH =
AL =
BL =
BH =
=
=
10h
12h
00h
Pallet page mode
00h: 4-pallet page mode
01h: 16-pallet page mode
Selecting pallet
page
AH =
AL =
BL =
BH =
10h
13h
01h
Expansion pallet page No.
Reading expansion
pallet register
AH = 10h
AL = 15h
BX = Expansion pallet register to read
Reading block in
expansion pallet
register
BH = Value read
AH =
AL =
ES:DX =
BX =
10h
17h
Buffer address of value to read
Expansion pallet address No. where to start
reading
CX = Number of registers to read
Reading pallet
page
AH = 10h
AL = 17h
Gray scale
conversion
AH =
AL =
BX =
CX =
Buffer selected in ES:DX
BL =
=
=
BH =
Current pallet page
mode
0: 4-pallet page mode
1: 16-pallet page mode
Current expansion pallet
page mode
10h
1Bh
First expansion pallet register
Number of expansion pallet registers to convert
Font registration
Font registration of
user-defined
character
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AH =
AL =
BH =
BL =
CX =
DX =
ES:BP =
11h
00h
Number of vertical bits in character
Character generator bank No.
Number of characters to register
First character code to register
Top address in user-defined table
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Operation
Input
Output
Font registration
8 x 14 dot font registration
(PC character set, inside
video BIOS ROM)
AH = 11h
AL = 01h
BL = Character generator bank No.
8 x 8 dot font registration
(PC character set, inside
video BIOS ROM)
AH = 11h
AL = 02h
BL = Character generator bank No.
Overwriting character map
register
AH = 11h
AL = 03h
BL = Character map register value
8 x 16 dot font registration
(PC character set, inside
video BIOS ROM)
AH = 11h
AL = 04h
BL = Character generator bank No.
Font registration of userdefined character (Video
controller auto set)
8 x 14 dot font registration
(PC character set, inside
video BIOS ROM)
[Video controller auto set]
AH = 11h
AL = 11h
BL = Character generator bank No.
8 x 8 dot font registration
(PC character set, inside
video BIOS ROM) [Video
controller auto set]
AH = 11h
AL = 12h
BL = Character generator bank No.
8 x 16 dot font registration
(PC character set, inside
video BIOS ROM) [Video
controller auto set]
AH = 11h
AL = 14h
BL = Character generator bank No.
Font registration (CGA) in
0:7Ch (INT 1Fh)
AH = 11h
AL = 20h
ES:BP = Top address in font table
Font registration (CGA) in
0:10Ch (INT 43h)
AH = 11h
AL = 21h
BL = 0: (Number of lines per DL register value)
1: 14 lines
2: 25 lines
3: 43 lines
CX = Number of vertical bits per character
DL = Number of screen lines (When BL = 0)
ES:BP = Top address in font table
8 x 14 dot font registration
(PC character set, inside
video BIOS ROM)
[Graphics]
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AH = 11h
AL = 10h
BH = Number of vertical bits in character
(Horizontal fixed to 8 bits)
BL = Character generator bank No.
CX = Number of characters to register
DX = First character code to register
ES:BP = Top address in user-defined table
AH = 11h
AL = 22h
BL = 0: (Number of lines per DL register value)
1: 14 lines
2: 25 lines
3: 43 lines
DL = Number of screen lines (When BL = 00h)
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Operation
Input
Output
Font registration
8 x 8 dot font
registration (PC
character set,
inside video BIOS
ROM) [Graphics]
AH = 11h
AL = 23h
BL = 0: (Number of lines per DL register value)
1: 14 lines
2: 25 lines
3: 43 lines
DL = Number of screen lines (When BL = 00h)
8 x 16 dot font
registration (PC
character set,
inside video BIOS
ROM) [Graphics]
AH = 11h
AL = 24h
BL = 0: (Number of lines per DL register value)
1: 14 lines
2: 25 lines
3: 43 lines
DL = Number of screen lines (When BL = 00h)
Reading font table
data
AH = 11h
AL = 30h
BL = 0: Return INT 1Fh (CGA font) entry address
0: with ES:BP register.
1: Return INT 43h entry address with ES:BP
1: register.
2: Return 8 x 14 font address with ES:BP
2: register.
3: Return 8 x 8 font address with ES:BP
3: register.
4: Return 8 x 8 font (80h) address with
4: ES:BP register.
5: Reserved
CX = Number of vertical bits per character
DL = Number of lines per screen - 1
ES:BP = Address of data specified in BH
Performance selection
Reading video
mode data
(Color/B/W mode)
AH = 12h
BL = 10h
Selecting video
BIOS print-screen
AH = 12h
BL = 20h
BH = 0: Color mode
1: B/W mode (MDA mode)
BL = Video RAM memory size
CH = Reserved
CL = DIP switch setting
Selecting vertical
resolution
AH =
BL =
AL =
=
=
=
12h
30h
Selected vertical resolution
00h: 200 display lines
01h: 350 display lines
02h: 400 display lines
AL = 12h Successfully executed
Default pallet load
enable/disable
AH = 12h
BL = 31h
AL = Load selection
0: Default pallet loading enabled
1: Default pallet loading disabled
AL = 12h Successfully executed
Video
enable/disable
AH = 12h
BL = 32h
AL = 0: Video enabled
1: Video disabled
AL = 12h Successfully executed
Gray scale
enable/disable
AH = 12h
BL = 33h
AL = 0: Gray scale enabled
1: Gray scale disabled
AL = 12h Successfully executed
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Operation
Input
Output
Performance selection
Cursor emulator
enable/disable
AH = 12h
BL = 34h
AL = Selection
0: Cursor emulator enabled
1: Cursor emulator disabled
AL = 12h : Successfully executed
Screen ON/OFF
AH = 12h
BL = 36h
AL = 0: Screen ON
1: Screen OFF
AL = 12h : Successfully executed
Character string output to screen
Character output
without cursor
movement
13h
00h
Page No.
Attribute
Length
Starting line position of first character in character string
Starting column position of first character in character
string
ES:BP = Top address in character string
Character output
with cursor
movement
13h
01h
Page No.
Attribute
Number of characters
Starting line position of first character in character string
Starting column position of first character in character
string
ES:BP = Top address in character string
Character output
and attribute
selection without
cursor movement
13h
02h
Page No.
Number of characters
Starting line position of first character in character string
Starting column position of first character in character
string
ES:BP = Top address in character string
Character output
and attribute
selection with
cursor movement
13h
03h
Page No.
Number of characters
Starting line position of first character in character string
Starting column position of first character in character
string
ES:BP = Top address in character string
AH =
AL =
BH =
BL =
CX =
DH =
DL =
AH =
AL =
BH =
BL =
CX =
DH =
DL =
AH =
AL =
BH =
CX =
DH =
DL =
AH =
AL =
BH =
CX =
DH =
DL =
Display combination code
Reading display
combination code
AH = 1Ah
AL = 00h
Writing display
combination code
AH =
AL =
BL =
BH =
Status information
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AL = 1Ah : Successfully executed
BL = Active-display code
BH = Nonactive-display code
1Ah
01h
Active-display code
Nonactive-display code
AL = 1Ah : Successfully executed
AH = 1Bh
BX = Implementation type
ES:DI = Return information buffer
AL = 1Bh : Successfully executed
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Input
Output
AH = 1Ch
AL = 00H
CX = Request status
Bit 0: Video hardware status
Bit 1: Video BIOS data area
Bit 2: Expansion pallet register ssave / restore
AL = 1Ch : Successfully executed
BX = Buffer size in 64-byte units
Status save
AH = 1Ch
AL = 01h
CX = Request status
Bit 0: Video hardware status
Bit 1: Video BIOS data area
Bit 2:Expansion pallet register ssave / restore
ES:BX = Address of data save area
AL = 1Ch : Successfully executed
Status save as
AH = 1Ch
AL = 02h
CX = Request status
Bit 0: Video hardware status
Bit 1: Video BIOS data area
ES:BX = Bit 2: Expansion pallet register ssave / restore
Video status save & restore
Reading buffer size
„ INT 11h Reading System Data
Operation
Input
Output
AX = System configuration data
AX bit
Bits
Bits
Bits
Reading system data
Bits
Bit
Bits
15 & 14
11, 10 & 9
7&6
0, 0
0, 1
5&4
0, 1
1, 0
1
0
1
: Number of printer ports
: Number of RS-232C
ports
: Number of internal
FDDs
:1
:2
: Screen mode
: 40 x 25 line mode
: 80 x 25 line mode
: 80287 CPU yes/no
: No
: Yes
13, 12, 8, 3, 2 & 0
: Reserved
„ INT 12h Reading Memory Size
Operation
Reading memory size
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Output
AX =Memory size in 1 K units
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„ INT 13h Disk BIOS
Operation
Disk reset
Input
AH = 00h
DL = Drive No.
(FDD:00h-01h;HDD:80h -81h)
Output
CY = 0: Successfully completed
= 1: Error
AH = Status
Floppy disk status table
Status
00h:
01h:
02h:
03h:
04h:
06h:
08h:
10h:
20h:
40h:
80h:
Description
Successfully completed
Wrong command sent
Cannot find address mark.
Attempted writing on protected
disk
Cannot find requested sector.
Disk was changed.
DMA overrun
CRC error during diskette
reading
Crashed FDC
Crashed during seek operation
Timer overflowed
Hard disk status table
Status
00h:
01h:
02h:
04h:
07h:
08h:
10h:
20h:
40h:
80h:
BBh:
Reading disk drive data
Successfully completed
Wrong command sent
Cannot find address mark.
Cannot find requested sector.
Drive parameter error
DMA overrun
Error during reading
Crashed HDC
Crashed during seek operation
Timer overflowed
Undefined error
AH = 01h
DL = Drive No.
(FDD: 00h-01h, HDD: 80h -81h)
AH = Disk drive status
AH =
AL =
CH =
CL =
CH =
CL =
CY = 0: Successfully completed
= 1: Error
AH = Status
Reading sector
=
DH =
DL =
ES:BX =
App-14
Description
02h
Number of sectors
Track No.
Sector No.
Cylinder No.
Insignificant 8 bits
Sector No. (Bits 0 - 6)
Cylinder No.
Significant 2 bits (Bits 7 - 8)
Head No.
Drive No. (FDD: 00h - 01h,
HDD: 80h - 81h)
Buffer address
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Operation
Writing sector
Sector content check
Track/Cylinder format
Reading drive
parameters
Input
AH =
AL =
CH =
CL =
CH =
CL =
=
DH =
DL =
03h
Number of sectors
Track No.
Sector No.
Cylinder No. Insignificant 8 bits
Sector No. (Bits 0 - 6)
Cylinder No. Significant2bits (Bits7-8)
Head No.
Drive No. ( FDD: 00h - 01h,
Drive No. ( HDD: 80h - 81h)
ES:BX = Buffer address
AH =
AL =
CH =
CL =
CH =
CL =
=
DH =
DL =
04h
Number of sectors
Track No.
Sector No.
Cylinder No. Insignificant 8 bits
Sector No. (Bits 0 - 6)
Cylinder No. Significant2bits (Bits7- 8)
Head No.
Drive No. ( FDD: 00h - 01h,
Drive No. ( HDD: 80h - 81h)
AH = 05h
AL = Track/Cylinder No.
Insignificant 8 bits
CL = Track/Cylinder No.
Significant 2 bits (Bits 7 - 8 )
DH = Head No.
DL = Drive No.
ES:BX = Top address in format data table
AH = 08h
DL = Drive No. ( FDD: 00h - 01h,
Drive No. ( HDD: 80h - 81h)
Output
CY = 0: Successfully completed
= 1: Error
AH = Status
CY = 0: Successfully completed
= 1: Error
AH = Status
CY = 0: Successfully completed
= 1: Error
AH = Status
CY = 0: Successfully completed
= 1: Error
AH = Status
When FDD drive No. specified in DL
ES:DI = Drive parameter starting address
CH = Insignificant 8 bits in 10 bit value for max.
number of tracks
CL = Bits 7 & 6: Insignificant 2 bits in 10 bit value
for max. number of tracks
Bits 5 - 0: Max. number of sectors per track
DH = Max. number of heads
DL = Number of built-in floppy disk drives
BL = Bits 3 - 0: CMOS valid drive type value
Bits 7 - 4: Fixed to 0
When HDD drive No. specified in DL
CH = Max. number of cylinders
CL = Max. number of usable sectors and
Significant bit in max. number of cylinders
DH = Max. number of usable heads
DL = Number of built-in hard disk drives
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Operation
Hard disk drive
parameter initialization
Hard disk seek
Hard disk drive reset
Hard disk drive ready
check
Hard disk drive
recalibration
Input
AH = 09h
DL = Drive No.
CY = 0: Successfully completed
= 1: Error
AH = Status
AH =
CH =
CL =
DL =
DH =
CY = 0: Successfully completed
= 1: Error
AH = Status
0Ch
Insignificant 8 bits in cylinder No.
Significant 2 bits in cylinder No.
Drive No.
Head No.
AH = 0Dh
DL = Drive No.
CY = 0: Successfully completed
= 1: Error
AH = Status
AH = 10h
DL = Drive No.
CY = 0: Successfully completed
= 1: Error
AH = Status
AH = 11h
DL = Drive No.
CY = 0: Successfully completed
= 1: Error
AH = Status
Setting drive type for
formatting
CY =
=
CX:DX =
AH =
=
=
=
AH = 16h
DL = Drive No.
AH =
=
=
=
AH = 17h
DL = Drive No.
AL = 0: No disk
1: Use 2-sided disk on 2-sided
drive.
2: Use 2-sided disk on high-density
2: drive.
3: Use 2HD disk on high-density drive.
4: Use 720K disk on 720K-byte drive.
CY = 0: Successfully completed
= 1: Error
AH = Status
AH =
CH =
Setting media type for CL =
formatting
DL =
App-16
0: Successfully completed
1: Error
Total number of sectors (HDD only)
00h: No disk
01h: Floppy disk unchanged
02h: Disk was changed
03h: Hard disk
AH = 15h
DL = Drive No.
Disk type check
Media change check
Output
18h
Insignificant 8 bits in 10 bit value for
max. number of tracks
Bits 7 & 6: 10 bit value for max.
Bits 7 & 6: number of tracks
Bits 5 - 0: Max. number of sectors
per track
Drive No.
00h:
01h:
06h:
80h:
Disk unchanged
Inconsistent parameter
Disk was changed (Carry bit ON)
Drive not ready
ES:DI = Address of drive parameter table for floppy
disk type
AH = 00h and CY =0: Supports tracks and number
00h or CY =0: of tracks per sector.
AH = 01h and CY =1: Cannot use function.
AH = 00h and CY =1: Does not support tracks and
00h or CY =1: number of tracks per sector.
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„ INT 14h RS-232C
Operation
Setting RS-232C line
mode
Input
AH = 00h
AL = Line mode/Parameter
Bits 7, 6, 5: Baud rate
Bits 0, 0, 0: 110 Bauds
Bits 0, 0, 1: 150 Bauds
Bits 0, 1, 0: 300 Bauds
Bits 0, 1, 1: 600 Bauds
Bits 1, 0, 0: 1200 Bauds
Bits 1, 0, 1: 2400 Bauds
Bits 1, 1, 0: 4800 Bauds
Bits 1, 1, 1: 9600 Bauds
Bits 4&3: Parity
Bits X, 0: No parity
Bits 0, 1: Odd parity
Bits 1, 2: Even parity
Bit 2: Stop bits
Bit 0: 1 bit length
Bit 1: 2 bit length
Bits 1&0: Word length
Bits 1, 0: 7 bits
Bits 1, 1: 8 bits
DX = Port No.
AH = 01h
AL = Data to send
DX = Port No.
AH = Line control status
Bit 7: Time over error
Bit 6: Transmission shift register empty
Bit 5: Transmission hold register empty
Bit 4: Break detected
Bit 3: Framing error
Bit 2: Parity error
Bit 1: Overrun
Bit 0: Data ready
AH = 02h
DX = Port No.
AL = Received data
AH = Line control status
AH = 03h
DX = Port No.
AL = Line control status
AL = Modem status
Bit 7: Carry detected
Bit 6: Call signal received
Bit 5: Data-set ready
Bit 4: Transmission enabled (CTS)
Bit 3 - 0: Not in use
Sending 1-byte data
Receiving 1-byte data
Output
Reading communication
port status
„ INT 15h Other System Services
Operation
Wait time check
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AH = 83h
AL = 00h: Interval timer start
01h: Interval timer stop
ES:BX = End flag address
CX:DX = Wait time in 1 µ sec units
Output
CY = 0: Successfully completed
= 1: Error
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Operation
Input
Output
Joystick
Reading button
status
Reading resistance
value
Wait timer overwait
AH = 84h
DX = 00h
AL = Button status
00h: Pressed
01h: Not pressed
Bit 7: 2nd button status on 2nd joystick
Bit 6: 1st button status on 2nd joystick
Bit 5: 2nd button status on 1st joystick
Bit 4: 1st button status on 1st joystick
AH = 84h
DX = 01h
AX = Resistance value of horizontal
coordinate of 1st joystick
BX = Resistance value of vertical coordinate
of 1st joystick
CX = Resistance value of horizontal
coordinate of 2nd joystick
DX = Resistance value of vertical coordinate
of 2nd joystick
AH = 86h
CX:DX = Wait time in µ sec units
CY = 0: Successfully completed
= 1: Already triggered or not supported
AH = 87h
ES:SI = Top address in descriptor
ZF =
CY =
AH =
=
=
1: Successfully completed
1: Error
00h: Successfully completed
01h: RAM parity error
02h: Not in protect mode
CY =
AH =
CS =
DS =
ES =
SS =
CY =
AH =
0: Successfully completed
00h
CS value specified in ES:SI table
DS value specified in ES:SI table
ES value specified in ES:SI table
DS value specified in ES:SI table
1: Error
FFh
ES:SI =
Dummy (00h)
GDT (00h)
Source segment descriptor
Transmitting memory
block in protect mode
Destination segment
descriptor
BIOS CS (00h)
SS (00h)
CX = Number of words to transfer
AH = 89h
BH = Offset of insignificant (mask)
interrupt vector address
BL = Offset of significant (slave)
interrupt vector address
ES:SI = Top address in below table
CS dummy (00h)
GDT
Engaging the protect
mode
IDT
DS
ES
SS
CS
TEMP BIOS CS(00h)
App-18
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„ INT 16h Keyboard BIOS
Operation
Input
Output
AH = 00h
AH = Secondary code
AL = Primary code (Character code)
AH = 01h
ZF =
=
AH =
AL =
Reading shift status
AH = 02h
AL = Shift status
Setting repeat delay and
repeat rate
AH =
AL =
BH =
BL =
Writing key data
AH = 05h
CH = Secondary code
CL = Primary code
Reading data by key input
Data check by key input
Wiring data by key input
(101/AXkeyboard compatible)
03h
05h
Delay time (Bits 0 &1)
Primary code (Bits 0 - 4)
AL = 00h: Successfully completed
= 01h: No available space in buffer (CY =1)
AH = 10h
AH = Secondary code
AL = Primary code (Character code)
AH = 11h
ZF =
=
AH =
AL =
AH = 12h
AL = Shift status 1
AH = Shift status 2
Data check by key input
(101/AXkeyboard compatible)
Reading shift status (101/AX
keyboard compatible)
0: Input data exists.
1: Input data does not exist.
Secondary code
Primary code (Character code)
0: Input data exists.
1: Input data does not exist.
Secondary code
Primary code (Character code)
„ INT 17h Printer BIOS
Operation
Input
Output
AH = Printer status
1-character output
AH = 00h
AL = Character code of character to
DX = output
Device No.
Printer initialization
AH = 01h
DX = Device No.
AH = Printer status
Status check
AH = 02h
DX = Device No.
AH = Printer status
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„ INT 1Ah Setting/Reading Time and Date
Operation
Input
AH = 00h
Reading clock
Setting clock
Reading time
AH =
CH =
CL =
DH =
DL =
CH =
CL =
DH =
DL =
CY =
Hours (BCD)
Minutes (BCD)
Seconds (BCD)
Summertime option (0 or 1)
End status
0: Successfully completed
1: Error
03h
Hours (BCD)
Minutes (BCD)
Seconds (BCD)
Summertime option (0 or 1)
AH = 04h
Reading date
App-20
CX = Significant 16 bits of current clock data
DX = Insignificant 16 bits of current clock data
AL = Overflow flag on 24-hour system
AH = 01h
CX = Significant 16 bits of clock data
DX = Insignificant 16 bits of clock data
AH = 02h
Setting time
Output
Setting date
AH = 05h
CH = Western calendar (Year given as 2digit BCD, significant 2 bits: 19 or 20)
CL = Year (BCD)
DH = Month (BCD)
DL = Day (BCD)
Setting alarm
AH =
CH =
CL =
DH =
Clearing alarm
AH = 07h
06h
Hours (BCD)
Minutes (BCD)
Seconds (BCD)
CH = Western calendar (Year given as 2-digit
BCD, significant 2 bits: 19 or 20)
CL = Year (BCD)
DH = Month (BCD)
DL = Day (BCD)
CY = End status
0: Successfully completed
1: Error
CY = End status
0: Successfully completed
1: Error
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Index
INDEX
Symbols
100V ................................................................... 4- 7
12.1" LCD .................................................... pref- xi
170 - 265V .......................................................... 1- 1
50/60 Hz ............................................................. 7- 3
85 - 132V ............................................................ 1- 1
A
AC power terminals ............................................ 4- 8
Accessories ......................................................... 1- 2
aerospace equipment ..................................... pref- iii
Afterimage ..................................................... pref- v
ambient humidity ................................................ 7- 3
ambient temperature ........................................... 4- 4
Analog Resistance Film Touch Panel ................. 1- 1
Analog RGB Connector ...................................... 2- 6
Analog-Resistance-Film ............................... pref- xi
Angle Plate .................................................. pref- xii
arc-generating devices ........................................ 4- 4
arrow keys ........................................................... 5- 1
Attachment Brackets ........................................... 4- 4
attachment screws ..................................... 3- 4, 3- 9
automatic detection ........................................... 5- 13
Available Options and Expansion Boards ........ 3- 10
B
backlight ............................................................. 7- 3
Backlight Lamp (CFL type) ................................ 1- 1
BIOS FEATURES SETUP ....................... 5- 1, 5- 4
blank panel ........................................................ 3- 10
Boot Sequence .................................................... 5- 4
brightness
conditions ................................................. pref- iv
variations .................................................. pref- iv
Bundled Software ............................................... 6- 1
C
Cautions When Connecting I/O Signal Lines ..... 4- 9
CD-ROM drive ................................................. 3- 12
CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP .......................... 5- 6
Class 3 Ground ................................................... 4- 9
Cleaning the Display ........................................... 7- 1
Com 3 & Com 4 Mode ..................................... 5- 12
Com 3 Port Resource ........................................ 5- 12
Com 4 Port Resource ........................................ 5- 12
COM Ports Activity ............................................ 5- 8
Commercially Available Products ...................... 3- 2
condensation ................................................. pref- iv
conduits ............................................................... 4- 9
Connecting the Power Cord ................................ 4- 6
connecting the power cord .................................. 4- 6
connection cable ................................................. 7- 3
Constant voltage transformer .............................. 4- 8
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corrosive gas ....................................................... 7- 3
corrosive gases .................................................... 4- 4
CPU Internal Cache ............................................ 5- 4
crime prevention devices .............................. pref- iii
crimp terminals ................................................... 4- 7
crosstalk ......................................................... pref- v
D
damage the screen ......................................... pref- iv
DC -5V/ -12V ..................................................... 1- 1
DC Input ........................................................... 3- 12
DC OUT connector ........................................... 3- 12
DC power cable ................................................ 3- 12
deadman (two-handed) start switch .............. pref- iii
Dedicated ground ................................................ 4- 9
Digital Electrical Corporation Optional Products3- 1
DIM modules ...................................................... 3- 2
Dimensions .................................................. pref- vii
DIMM module sockets ....................................... 3- 4
DIMM Socket ..................................................... 3- 4
DIMM socket ...................................................... 3- 5
DIMM sockets .................................................... 1- 1
direct sunlight ............................................... pref- iv
Display Area ....................................................... 2- 6
Display check ..................................................... 7- 3
Display Functions ........................................ pref- vii
Display Unit (COLOR STN, TFT) ..................... 1- 1
Displayed color .............................................. pref- v
Doze Speed ......................................................... 5- 7
Driver & Utility Disk ..................................... pref- x
E
electric hazards ......................................... 3- 3, 4- 6
electric shocks ..................................................... 4- 6
electrical shock ............................................. pref- iii
Electrical Specifications .............................. pref- vii
Environment Specifications ......................... pref- vii
equipment damage .............................................. 4- 6
Essential Safety Precautions ........................ pref- vii
excessive vibration ............................................. 4- 2
Expansion Board .............................................. 3- 10
expansion boards .......................................... pref- xi
Expansion Options .............................................. 1- 2
Expansion Slots ........................ pref- vii, 2- 3, 2- 6
External Cache .................................................... 5- 4
F
factory automation .......................................... pref- i
failsafe system design ................................... pref- iii
FDD connection cable ........................................ 3- 6
FDD connector ................................................... 3- 6
Features ......................................... pref- vii, pref- xi
ferrite core .......................................................... 4- 8
FG terminal ......................................................... 4- 9
I
Index
fire ....................................................................... 4- 6
flammable gases ............................................ pref- iii
Floppy Disk Insertion Slot .................................. 2- 6
front and side connectors .................................... 2- 4
Front Keyboard Connector ................................. 1- 1
Front Maintenance Cover ................................... 2- 6
Front Mount FD Unit .......................................... 1- 1
Front Panel Installation ................................. pref- xi
full-sized boards ................................................. 2- 3
full-sized expansion board ................................ 3- 10
G
General Safety Precautions ............. pref- v, pref- vii
General Specifications ................................. pref- vii
Graphic Panel
Caution ..................................................... pref- xii
grid-points ..................................................... pref- iv
Grounding Cautions ............................................ 4- 9
grounding point ................................................... 4- 9
grounding resistance ........................................... 4- 9
H
hardware setup ............................................... pref- x
hazardous situation ........................................ pref- ii
HDD Cover ......................................................... 2- 6
HDD LOW LEVEL FORMAT ......................... 5- 14
HDD Off After .................................................... 5- 8
high temperatures .......................................... pref- iv
high voltages ................................................. pref- iii
High-Performance Architecture .................... pref- xi
humidity ........................................................ pref- iv
I
I/O device ........................................................... 4- 8
I/O power source ................................................ 4- 8
I/O signal lines .................................................... 4- 8
icons ............................................................... pref- ii
IDE Burst Mode ............................................... 5- 11
IDE Date Port Post Write ................................. 5- 11
IDE HDD AUTO DETECTION ...................... 5- 13
incompatible boards ............................................ 3- 2
Information Symbols ................................... pref- vii
Install the OS ................................................. pref- x
Installation and Wiring ................................. pref- iii
Installation Brackets .................................... pref- xii
Installation Procedures ....................................... 4- 3
Installing Optional Units and Expansion Boards 3- 1
Installing Options and Expansion Boards ........... 3- 3
Installing the DIM Module ................................. 3- 4
Installing the FDD Unit ...................................... 3- 6
Installing the HDD Unit ...................................... 3- 7
Installing the IDE Slave Adaptor ...................... 3- 11
Installing the PL .................................................. 4- 3
insulating transformer ......................................... 4- 8
INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS SETUP ......... 5- 11
II
interface connector ....................................... pref- iii
Interface Specifications ...................... pref- vii, 2- 4
internal data flow ................................................ 1- 1
Internal PCI/IDE ............................................... 5- 11
Introduction .................................................... pref- i
Inverter Unit ....................................................... 1- 1
IrDA .................................................................... 2- 6
IrDA I/F Unit ...................................................... 1- 1
ISA Slots ............................................................. 1- 1
ISA(AT)-bus compatible boards ......................... 3- 2
ISA-bus expansion slots ............................... pref- xi
K
Keyboard Connector .......................................... 2- 7
KEYBOARD ACTION KEYS .......................... 5- 1
Keyboard Connector ........................................... 2- 6
L
LCD surface .................................................. pref- iv
lightning .............................................................. 4- 8
lightning surge absorber ...................................... 4- 8
low-noise power supply ...................................... 4- 8
M
machine breakdown ............................................ 4- 2
magnetic switches ............................................... 4- 4
Main Board’s HDD connector .......................... 3- 11
main board’s HDD connector ........................... 3- 12
main circuit ......................................................... 4- 8
Main Circuit Board ............................................. 1- 1
Main Memory ..................................................... 3- 2
Main power source ............................................. 4- 8
maintainability .................................................... 4- 3
Maintenance and Inspection ............................... 7- 1
Maintenance Cover ................................... 2- 6, 2- 7
maintenance cover ............................................ 3- 10
Maintenance Options .......................................... 1- 2
medical devices ............................................. pref- iii
metal particles ............................................... pref- iii
minor injury ................................................... pref- ii
Model number ..................................................... 1- 3
module’s clips ..................................................... 3- 5
moisture resistance .................................... 4- 3, 4- 5
moisture resistant packing .................................. 7- 3
moisture resistant seal ......................................... 4- 3
mounting hole ..................................................... 4- 3
Mounting panel ................................................... 4- 5
Mouse ................................................................. 1- 1
Mouse Connector ................................................ 2- 7
mouse emulation utility ................................. pref- xi
N
neutral detergent ................................................. 7- 1
noise immunity .................................................... 4- 8
non-fuse breakers ................................................ 4- 4
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Notes on Handling the LCD ......................... pref- iv
nuclear power control devices ...................... pref- iii
PS-2 type keyboard ............................................. 2- 4
PS/2 type keyboard ........................................ pref- x
O
R
Onboard FDC Controller .................................. 5- 12
Onboard Parallel Port ....................................... 5- 12
Onboard Serial Port1 ........................................ 5- 12
Onboard Serial Port2 ........................................ 5- 12
operator ............................................................... 4- 4
Options ............................................................... 1- 2
organic solvents .................................................. 7- 1
OS (operating system) ........................................ 6- 1
overheating ................................................... pref- iv
overseas products ............................................ pref- i
Overview ...................................................... pref- vii
Rear Maintenance Cover .................................... 2- 7
rear maintenance cover ............................. 3- 4, 3- 9
Reset Configuration Data ................................... 5- 9
Reset Switch ....................................................... 1- 1
Resources Controlled By .................................... 5- 9
RS-232C Connector (COM1) ............................. 2- 6
RS-232C Connector (COM2) ............................. 2- 6
RS-232C Connector (COM3) ............................. 2- 6
P
panel ....................................................... 2- 11, 4- 3
panel’s viewing angle ................................ 4- 1, 4- 4
PC/AT compatible multi-scan monitor ............... 2- 6
PCI slots ........................................................ pref- xi
Performance Specifications ......................... pref- vii
Periodic Check .................................................... 7- 3
peripheralconnection .......................................... 1- 1
pinch collar ......................................................... 3- 6
PL power source ................................................. 4- 8
PL Series Panel Types ................................. pref- vii
PL Software ........................................................ 6- 1
PL-6700 Floppy Disk File List ........................... 6- 1
PL-6700 Unit ............................................... pref- xii
PL-HD100 .......................................................... 3- 7
PL-IR100 ............................................................ 2- 6
PL-SA100 ......................................................... 3- 11
Plastic Cover ....................................................... 4- 6
PL’s backlight ..................................................... 7- 3
PL’s frame ........................................................... 4- 6
pointed object ............................................... pref- iv
possible explosion ........................................ pref- iii
Power Cord .................................................. pref- xii
power cord ................................................ 2- 7, 4- 6
Power Input Terminal Strip ................................ 2- 7
Power Input Terminals ........................................ 4- 6
Power Management ............................................ 5- 7
POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP ................... 5- 7
Power Supply Cautions ....................................... 4- 8
power supply devices .......................................... 4- 8
Power Supply Unit .............................................. 1- 1
power supply voltage .......................................... 4- 6
Power Switch ...................................................... 2- 7
pre-set ................................................................. 5- 1
Primary Master ................................................... 5- 2
Primary Slave ...................................................... 5- 2
Printer Connector (LPT1) ................................... 2- 6
Printer Interface .................................. pref- vii, 2- 4
Prior To Using the PL ................................... pref- xi
Protection sheet .................................................. 7- 1
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Safe Product Usage ...................................... pref- vii
Safety Icons ................................................... pref- ii
Screen display ................................................ pref- v
screen protection sheet........................................ 7- 1
screw size ............................................................ 4- 6
separate control system ................................. pref- iii
Shared ground ..................................................... 4- 9
socket’s contacts ................................................. 3- 5
Software Options ................................................ 1- 2
specified view angle ...................................... pref- v
specified voltage ................................................. 4- 8
STANDARD CMOS SETUP ............................. 5- 2
Stdby Speed ........................................................ 5- 7
strong acids ......................................................... 7- 1
strong irritant ................................................ pref- iv
support leg .......................................................... 3- 3
System Configuration .................................. pref- vii
System Parameters .............................................. 5- 1
SYSTEM SETTING SELECTION AREA ........ 5- 1
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Table of Contents ......................................... pref- vii
Temperature Related Cautions ............................ 4- 1
terminal strip ....................................................... 4- 7
TFT Color LCD .................................................. 1- 3
thinner or organic solvents ............................ pref- iv
Touch Panel ........................................................ 2- 6
touch panel switches ..................................... pref- iii
transparent plastic cover ..................................... 4- 6
transportation vehicles .................................. pref- iii
Twisted-pair cable ............................................... 4- 8
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Unpacking the PL ........................................ pref- vii
User supplied item .............................................. 1- 1
utility software ............................................... pref- x
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ventilation ........................................................... 4- 3
Vibration Related Cautions ................................. 4- 2
Video BIOS Shadow ........................................... 5- 5
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Index
Video Off method ............................................... 5- 7
Video Off Option ................................................ 5- 7
Virus Warning ..................................................... 5- 4
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weight .................................................................. 2-1
warranty .............................................................. 3- 2
water resistance ................................................. 2- 11
Windows NT ....................................................... 6- 1
Windows NT driver ............................................ 1- 2
Wiring the PL ..................................................... 4- 6
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