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Xtreme/104-Plus
Connect Tech Inc.
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Table of Contents
Limited Lifetime Warranty ..............................................................................................................................2
Copyright Notice..............................................................................................................................................2
Trademark Acknowledgment...........................................................................................................................2
Table of Contents.............................................................................................................................................3
List of Figures ..........................................................................................................4
List of Tables ...........................................................................................................4
Customer Support Overview............................................................................................................................5
Contact Information .........................................................................................................................................5
Introduction......................................................................................................................................................6
Features Xtreme/104-Plus.........................................................................................6
Xtreme/104-Plus Opto ..............................................................................................7
Xtreme/104-Plus Diagrams..............................................................................................................................7
Xtreme/104-Plus Installation Overview.........................................................................................................10
Hardware Installation.....................................................................................................................................11
Installing Xtreme/104-Plus cards into your system .....................................................11
Hardware Configuration ................................................................................................................................11
Interrupts and Memory Address Selection .................................................................11
ID Selection ...........................................................................................................12
ID selection using the Rotary Switch .......................................................................12
ID Selection using the Jumper Block .......................................................................12
Electrical Interfaces (RS-232/422/485 and RS-423 models)..........................................................................13
RS-232 Electrical Interface ......................................................................................13
RS-422/485 Electrical Interface................................................................................13
Full Duplex Mode ....................................................................................................13
Half Duplex Mode ...................................................................................................13
Multi-drop Slave Mode............................................................................................13
Line Bias/Termination .............................................................................................13
Jumper Block Settings.............................................................................................14
Connectors/Pinouts ........................................................................................................................................15
RS-422/485 Wiring Examples .......................................................................................................................20
Electrical Interfaces (RS-232/422/485/TTL models) .....................................................................................21
RS-232/TTL Electrical Interface ..............................................................................21
RS-422/485 Electrical Interface................................................................................21
Jumper Block Settings.............................................................................................21
Software Installation ......................................................................................................................................22
Specifications.................................................................................................................................................22
Operating Environment ...........................................................................................22
Power Requirements ...............................................................................................22
PC Bus Interface.....................................................................................................23
Dimensions ............................................................................................................23
Communications.....................................................................................................23
Baud Rates ...............................................................................................................23
UARTs .....................................................................................................................23
Control Signals ........................................................................................................23
Certification ...........................................................................................................23
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List of Figures
Figure 1: Xtreme/104-Plus RS-232/422/485 model hardware components ................................................... 7
Figure 2: Xtreme/104-Plus RS-423 model hardware components ................................................................. 8
Figure 3: Xtreme/104-Plus RS-232/422/485/TTL Models ............................................................................ 9
Figure 4: Xtreme/104-Plus Opto RS-232/422/485 hardware components (4 port model) .......................... 10
Figure 5: Rotary switch ID selection ............................................................................................................ 12
Figure 6: Jumper settings for ID selection.................................................................................................... 12
Figure 7: Example of various jumper block settings for four-port RS-232/422/485 models ....................... 14
Figure 8: 40 pin connector: Pin numbering .................................................................................................. 15
Figure 9: Typical cabling example for RS-423 models ................................................................................ 19
Figure 10: RS-422/485 Wiring Diagram (4 wire) ........................................................................................ 20
Figure 11: RS-422/485 Wiring Diagram (2 wire) ........................................................................................ 20
Figure 12: Examples of various jumper block settings for RS-232/422/485/TTL models ........................... 21
List of Tables
Table 1: I/O Signal Assignments for RS-423 models................................................................................... 15
Table 2: I/O Signal Assignments for RS-232/422/485 Models (see Figure 1 for Port Numbering)............. 16
Table 3: DB-9 male fan-out cable pinouts.................................................................................................... 17
Table 4: RS-232/TTL Px1 right angled header pinouts (CAB104 compatible) ......................................... 187
Table 5: RS-485 Px2 vertical header pinouts ............................................................................................... 18
Table 6: RS-485 Px2 vertical header pinouts ............................................................................................... 18
Table 7: Multi-Purpose I/O (MPIO) header pinout (direct connection to UART) ....................................... 19
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Customer Support Overview
If you experience difficulties after reading the manual and/or using the product, contact the
Connect Tech reseller from which you purchased the product. In most cases the reseller can help
you with product installation and difficulties.
In the event that the reseller is unable to resolve your problem, our highly qualified support staff
can assist you. Our support section is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on our website at:
www.connecttech.com/sub/support/support.asp. See the contact information section below for
more information on how to contact us directly. Our technical support is always free.
Contact Information
We offer three ways for you to contact us:
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You may contact us by letter at:
Connect Tech Inc.
Technical Support
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Guelph, Ontario
Canada N1K 1S6
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Introduction
Connect Tech's Xtreme/104-Plus family combines the best of the Universal PCI bus with the
rugged and compact form factor of PC/104.
PCI 2.0 and PC/104-Plus 2.0 compliant, the modular Xtreme/104-Plus and Xtreme/104-Plus
Opto cards include a PC/104 pass-through connector option for compatibility with legacy
PC/104 cards.
Xtreme/104-Plus and Xtreme/104-Plus Opto offer independent port configuration for baud rate,
and data bit options of 5, 6, 7 and 8 as well as 1, 1.5 and 2 stop bits. Select between odd and
even parity.
Connect Tech’s Xtreme/104-Plus cards are perfect for embedded applications such as industrial
PCs, kiosks, military systems, aerospace, medical systems, POS devices and any system
requiring fast data transfer speeds and a rugged, compact form factor. These self-stacking cards
are low on power consumption and function in industrial temperature conditions.
Features
Xtreme/104-Plus
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Universal PC/104-Plus adapter
PCI 2.0 and PC/104-Plus compliant
2 port model: 2 ports RS-423
4 port models: 4 ports RS-423 or 4 ports jumper selectable RS-232/422/485
8 port models: 8 ports jumper selectable RS-232/422/485
8 ports jumper selectable RS-232/422/485/TTL model
Supports full duplex, half duplex and multi-drop communication modes in RS-422/485 (full
duplex only in TTL model)
TTL model has the ability to disable ports when not in use
Maximum data speeds of 115.2 Kbps (RS-423), 921.6 Kbps (RS-232/TTL) and 1.843 Mbps
(RS-422/485)
Operating temperature range of -40ºC to 85ºC, storage temperature of -40ºC to 185ºC
Each port can be configured independently for baud rate, parity, data and stop bits
High performance PCI UARTs
PC/104 pass-through connectors installed for compatibility with legacy PC/104 cards on
select models
Software support for Windows NT/CE/2000/Server 2003/XP/XPe/XPx64/Vista, Ardence
RTX for Windows QNX 4/6, Linux and SCO Unix/Openserver.
Available signals
RS-423 Model:
RS-423: TxD-, TxDRef, RxD+/-, RTS-, RTSRef, CTS+/RS-232/422/485 Models:
RS-232: TxD, RxD, RTS, CTS, RI, DTR, DSR, DCD and Signal Ground (SG)
RS-422/485: TxD+/-, RxD+/-, RTS+/-, CTS+/- and Signal Return (SR)
RS-232/422/485/TTL Models:
RS-232/TTL: TxD, RxD, RTS, CTS, RI, DTR, DSR, DCD, Signal Ground
(SG), +5V
RS-422/485: TxD+/-, RxD+/- and Signal Return (SR)
Multilayer PCB built with EMI reduction techniques
Built with low power CMOS components
PCI plug and play -- no jumpers to set for memory or interrupt configuration
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Xtreme/104-Plus Opto
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Universal PC/104-Plus adapter
PCI 2.0 and PC/104-Plus compliant
2 or 4 ports jumper selectable RS-232/422/485
Supports full duplex, half duplex and multi-drop communication modes in RS-422/485
Maximum data speeds of 921.6 Kbps (RS-232) and 1.8432 Mbps (RS-422/485)
Operating temperature range of -40ºC to 85ºC, storage temperature of -40ºC to 185ºC
Each port can be configured independently for baud rate, parity, data and stop bits
High performance PCI UARTs
3kV of optical isolation
PC/104 pass-through connectors installed for compatibility with legacy PC/104 cards
Software support for Windows NT/CE/2000/Server 2003/XP/XPe/XPx64/Vista, Ardence
RTX for Windows QNX 4/6, Linux and SCO Unix/Openserver.
Available signals
RS-232: TxD, RxD, RTS, CTS and Signal Ground (SG)
RS-422/485: TxD+/-, RxD+/-, RTS+/-, CTS+/- and Signal Return (SR)
Multilayer PCB built with EMI reduction techniques
Built with low power CMOS components
PCI plug and play -- no jumpers to set for memory or interrupt configuration
Xtreme/104-Plus Diagrams
Figure 1: Xtreme/104-Plus RS-232/422/485 model hardware components
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Figure 2: Xtreme/104-Plus RS-423 model hardware components
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Figure 3: Xtreme/104-Plus RS-232/422/485/TTL Models
Note: Configuration information for the RS-232/422/485/TTL
model, including jumper settings and pinouts, is located in
Electrical Interfaces (RS-232/422/485/TTL models).
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Figure 4: Xtreme/104-Plus Opto RS-232/422/485 hardware components (4 port model)
Xtreme/104-Plus Installation Overview
Before you begin, take a moment to ensure your package includes the components that ship with
your product. These components should include:
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One Xtreme/104-Plus or Xtreme/104-Plus Opto adapter
One CD containing software and documentation
One DB-9 male fan-out cable (optional)
If any of these components is missing, contact Connect Tech (see more Contact Details) or your
reseller.
There are three stages to installing your Xtreme/104-Plus:
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Hardware Configuration
Interrupts and Memory selection will be set by the host computer’s BIOS. This section
outlines jumper settings and the ID selection process.
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Hardware Installation
Installation involves the physical connection of the Xtreme/104-Plus within your
computer’s PC/104-Plus stack. (Please note that you should configure any jumper
settings, such as ID or electrical interface, if required, prior to installing the board.)
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Software/driver installation
Load the appropriate driver for your Operating System, as found on the accompanying
CD. Installation guides are also available on the CD to aid you in this process.
Hardware Installation
Installing Xtreme/104-Plus cards into your system
Turn off the power to your computer and open it to expose the expansion slots (consult your
system’s documentation for more information on this procedure).
Choose an available position in the PC/104-Plus stack, and set the ID jumpers or rotary switch
accordingly (see ID Selection). Insert the Xtreme/104-Plus adapter and re-assemble the stack.
Hardware Configuration
Interrupts and Memory Address Selection
Xtreme/104-Plus boards are PCI cards, so the host computer’s BIOS will automatically set
interrupts and memory addresses when you reboot after installation.
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ID Selection
Up to four Xtreme/104-Plus boards can reside within a single PC/104-Plus module stack. Each
card within the stack must have a unique ID ranging from zero to three.
Depending on the model of your Xtreme/104-Plus adapter, you will
be required to set either a pair of jumpers or a rotary switch to
specify where your card is located within the stack. (Ensure that no
two boards share an ID number.)
CPU
0
1
2
3
In systems designed prior to the PC/104-Plus 2.0 specification, the fourth ID was reserved for
target only devices and did not support bus mastering. Since the Xtreme/104-Plus is not a bus
mastering device, we would recommend an assignment of ID 3. This leaves three of the IDs in
the PC/104-Plus stack available for bus mastering devices.
In systems designed post PC/104-Plus 2.0 specification, all four IDs support bus mastering, so
there is no advantage to setting the Xtreme/104-Plus ID to 3. Regardless of which PC/104-Plus
specification version the system is using, , the Xtreme/104-Plus will work with any ID selected
as long as no other device in the system is using that ID as well.
ID selection using the Rotary Switch
If your Xtreme/104-Plus or Xtreme/104-Plus Opto is equipped with a rotary switch, turn the
knob on the switch so that the arrow points at the ID you would like to use. (See Figure 5 for the
location of the rotary switch on the board). Use the following settings to set your adapter’s
location (or ID) within the stack:
Figure 5: Rotary switch ID selection
Module Slot
1
2
3
4
Switch Position
0 or 4
1 or 5
2 or 6
3 or 7
ID Selection using the Jumper Block
If your Xtreme/104-Plus card is equipped with a jumper block for ID selection, set your board’s
location by changing jumper positions. Figure 6 depicts the jumper settings required for each ID.
The jumpers remain unpopulated for an ID of zero. Populate the left jumper for an ID of one,
right jumper for an ID of two, and populate both for an ID of three.
Figure 6: Jumper settings for ID selection
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Electrical Interfaces (RS-232/422/485 and RS-423 models)
RS-232 Electrical Interface
This is the default setting for the interface selectable Xtreme/104-Plus and Xtreme/104-Plus
Opto. To operate a port in RS-232 mode, no jumpers are set on the corresponding jumper block.
RS-422/485 Electrical Interface
Xtreme/104-Plus and Xtreme/104-Plus Opto RS-232/422/485 adapters support three modes of
RS-422/485 communication, as outlined below.
(See Figure 7 to see examples of jumper settings.)
Full Duplex Mode
In this mode, TxD+/- & RxD+/- are being driven to a known level all the time. This mode is
typically used in point-to-point situations much like RS-232. It is the default setting.
Half Duplex Mode
In this mode the TxD+/- line driver is enabled only when data is transmitted and RxD+/- is
disabled when data is being transmitted. This mode is typically used in either point-to-point 2wire connections OR in multi-drop 2-wire bus connections. This mode requires software setup
in Control Panel – System – Hardware – Device Manager – Ports – CTI PCI UART. Click on Advanced under
Port Settings after the driver is installed.
Multi-drop Slave Mode
In this mode the TxD+/- line driver is enabled only when data is transmitted and RxD+/- is
enabled all the time. This mode is typically used in multi-drop 4-wire connections. This mode
requires software setup in Control Panel – System Properties – Hardware - Device Manager – Ports – CTI
PCI UART. Click on Advanced under Port Settings. (See Half Duplex Mode above.)
Line Bias/Termination
The RS-422/485 transceivers, both transmit and receive are optionally biased to produce a line
level mark condition through jumper selectable resistors. These options are typically used in
multi-drop 4-wire connections.
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Jumper Block Settings
The following jumper block diagram depicts typical settings on a four-port selectable
Xtreme/104-Plus or Xtreme/104-Plus Opto. Jumper blocks JA, JB, JC and JD control ports 1
through 4, respectively.
Figure 7: Example of various jumper block settings for four-port RS-232/422/485 models
JA
JA0
JA1
JA2
JA3
JA4
JA5
JB0
JB1
JB2
JB3
JB4
JB5
Port 1
JC
JB
RS-485 selection
TxD control
RxD control
RxD ± Termination/Bias
RxD ± Termination/Bias
TxD ± Termination
JD0
JD1
JD2
JD3
JD4
JD5
JC0
JC1
JC2
JC3
JC4
JC5
Port 2
JD
Port 3
Port 4
In this example, port 1 is set to RS-232, port 2 is set to RS-422/485 half duplex, port 3 is set to
RS-422/485 full duplex, and port 4 is set to RS-422/485 multi-drop slave.
RS-485 Selection: Install this jumper to configure a port for RS-422/485 mode. If the jumper is
not installed, the port will function in RS-232 mode.
TxD Control: Install this jumper to enable the RS-485 transmitter only when sending data. This
mode is useful for half-duplex operation when only one device is allowed to send data at a time.
If the jumper is not installed, the transmitter will always drive the line to an idle state when not
sending data.
RxD control: Install this jumper to enable the RS-485 receiver only when NOT transmitting
data. This is useful for half-duplex operation to prevent the transmitting device from receiving
its own data as it sends. If this jumper is not installed, the receiver is always enabled and ready
to receive data.
RxD ± Termination/Bias: Install this pair of jumpers to enable a 150 ohm terminator across the
RxD+ and RxD- pins for the corresponding port. A biasing network is also enabled that drives
the receiver to an inactive or safe mode. The receiver can still receive data from another device
and the biasing helps to prevent the reception of data generated by noise on the transmission
line. The two jumpers for RxD termination/bias must be installed and removed as a pair.
TxD ± Termination: Install this jumper to enable a 150 ohm resistor across the TxD+ and TxDpins of the corresponding port.
Important port numbering note:
Due to differences between the quad and octal UARTS, the port numbering
for eight port models differs from the numbering for four port models.
Jumper blocks JA through JD control ports 1 through 4, respectively, on four
port models.
On eight port models, jumper blocks JA through JD control the odd numbered
ports and JE through JH control the even numbered ports, as follows:
JA = Port 1, JB = Port 3, JC = Port 5, JD = Port 7
JE = Port 2, JF = Port 4, JG = Port 6, JH = Port 8.
Half Duplex and Multi-drop Slave modes require you to select the appropriate
mode via software. Please refer to the readme.txt files found in the appropriate
directories on the Xtreme/104-Plus CD.
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Connectors/Pinouts
Figure 8: 40 pin connector: Pin numbering
Table 1: I/O Signal Assignments for RS-423 models
Header
Port Number
1
2
3
4
Header
Pin Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
RS-423
Direction
RxD+
CTSRxDRTSRef (RTS+)
TxDRef (TxD+)
CTS+
TxDRTSGND
N/C
RxD+
CTSRxDRTSRef (RTS+)
TxDRef (TxD+)
CTS+
TxDRTSGND
N/C
RxD+
CTSRxDRTSRef (RTS+)
TxDRef (TxD+)
CTS+
TxDRTSGND
N/C
RxD+
CTSRxDRTSRef (RTS+)
TxDRef (TxD+)
CTS+
TxDRTSGND
N/C
Input
Input
Input
Signal Reference
Signal Reference
Input
Output
Output
Ground [1]
No connection
Input
Input
Input
Signal Reference
Signal Reference
Input
Output
Output
Ground [1]
No connection
Input
Input
Input
Signal Reference
Signal Reference
Input
Output
Output
Ground [1]
No connection
Input
Input
Input
Signal Reference
Signal Reference
Input
Output
Output
Ground [1]
No connection
Note:
[1] 47Ω to GND. Ground is connected to the DC ground by a 47Ω
resistor to reduce ground loop current.
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Table 2: I/O Signal Assignments for RS-232/422/485 Models (see Figure 1 for Port Numbering)
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Header
Port No.
(4 port
models)
Header
Port No.
(8 port
models)
Pin No.
RS-232
Direction
RS422/485
Direction
1
1 or 2
2
3 or 4
3
5 or 6
4
7 or 8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
DCD
DSR
RxD
RTS
TxD
CTS
DTR
RI
SG
N/C
DCD
DSR
RxD
RTS
TxD
CTS
DTR
RI
SG
N/C
DCD
DSR
RxD
RTS
TxD
CTS
DTR
RI
SG
N/C
DCD
DSR
RxD
RTS
TxD
CTS
DTR
RI
SG
N/C
Input
Input
Input
Output
Output
Input
Output
Input
Signal Ground
No Connection
Input
Input
Input
Output
Output
Input
Output
Input
Signal Ground
No Connection
Input
Input
Input
Output
Output
Input
Output
Input
Signal Ground
No Connection
Input
Input
Input
Output
Output
Input
Output
Input
Signal Ground
No Connection
RxD+
CTSRxDRTS+
TxD+
CTS+
TxDRTSSR
N/C
RxD+
CTSRxDRTS+
TxD+
CTS+
TxDRTSSR
N/C
RxD+
CTSRxDRTS+
TxD+
CTS+
TxDRTSSR
N/C
RxD+
CTSRxDRTS+
TxD+
CTS+
TxDRTSSR
N/C
Input
Input
Input
Output
Output
Input
Output
Output
Signal Reference
No Connection
Input
Input
Input
Output
Output
Input
Output
Output
Signal Reference
No Connection
Input
Input
Input
Output
Output
Input
Output
Output
Signal Reference
No Connection
Input
Input
Input
Output
Output
Input
Output
Output
Signal Reference
No Connection
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Table 3: P4/P5/P6/P7 - 10 pin port header pinouts
Pin
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
RS-232
Direction
NC
NC
RxD
RTS
TxD
CTS
NC
NC
isolated
gnd.
N/A
NC
NC
input
output
output
input
NC
NC
signal gnd.
N/A
Directio
n
RxD (+)
CTS (-)
RxD (-)
RTS (+)
TxD (+)
CTS (+)
TxD (-)
RTS (-)
isolated
gnd.
N/A
Direction
input
input
input
output
output
input
output
output
signal reference
N/A
View facing 10 pin header
9
7
5
3
1
10 pin header
10
8
6
4
2
Printed circuit board
Cable header
Arrow
Red stripe = pin 1
Ribbon Cable
Note: The red stripe on the CAG104 cable indicates
pin 1 on the 10 pin cable header connector.
Table 4: DB-9 male fan-out cable pinouts
Pin #
DB-9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Signal
DCD
RxD
TxD
DTR
SG
DSR
RTS
CTS
RI
RS-232
Direction
Input
Input
RS-422/485
Direction
Input
Input
Output
Output
Signal Reference
Input
Output
Input
Output
Signal
RxD+
RxDOutput
TxD+
Output
TxDSignal Ground SR
Input
CTSOutput
RTS+
Input
CTS+
Input
RTS-
RS-423 [1]
Signal
Direction
RxD+
Input
RxDInput
TxDRef (TxD+)
Signal Reference
TxDOutput
GND
Ground [2]
CTSInput
RTSRef (RTS+)
Signal Reference
CTS+
Input
RTSOutput
D
1
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Notes:
[1] When CAB8104 cable assembly is attached.
[2] 47Ω to GND. Ground is connected to the DC ground by a 47Ω resistor to
reduce ground loop current
Table 5: RS-232/TTL Px1 right angled header pinouts (CAB104 compatible)
(See Figure 3 for Port numbering and locations)
Pin #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
RS-232/TTL signal
DCD
DSR
RxD
RTS
TxD
CTS
DTR
RI
SG
+5V
Direction
Input
Input
Input
Output
Output
Input
Output
Input
Signal Ground
supply to external devices
Note: Total current draw on +5V pins of all ports must
not exceed 1A.
Table 6: RS-485 Px2 vertical header pinouts
(See Figure 3 for Port header numbering and locations)
Pin #
1
2
3
4
5
18
RS-485 signal
TxD+
TxDRxD+
RxDSR
Direction
Output
Output
Input
Input
Signal Reference
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Table 7: Multi-Purpose I/O (MPIO) header pinout (direct connection to UART)
(See Figure 3 for location of MPIO header and pin numbering)
Pin #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Signal
MPIO1
MPIO2
MPIO3
MPIO4
MPIO5
MPIO6
MPIO7
MPIO8
GND
GND
Figure 9: Typical cabling example for RS-423 models
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RS-422/485 Wiring Examples
Xtreme/104-Plus and
Xtreme/104-Plus Opto adapter
3
4
1
2
7
TxD +
RS-485/422 peripheral
RxD +
TxD -
RxD -
RxD +
TxD +
RxD -
TxD -
RTS +
RTS +
CTS +
CTS +
RTS -
RTS -
CTS -
CTS -
SR
SR
8
9
6
5
Figure 10: RS-422/485 Wiring Diagram (4 wire)
Xtreme/104-Plus and
reme/104-Plus Opto adapter
1
3
4
2
7
8
9
6
5
RS-485/422 peripheral
RxD +
TxD +
TxD +
RxD +
TxD -
RxD -
RxD -
TxD -
RTS +
RTS +
CTS +
CTS +
RTS -
RTS -
CTS -
CTS -
SR
SR
Figure 11: RS-422/485 Wiring Diagram (2 wire)
Notes:
The RS-422/485 electrical interface consists of a differential signaling scheme. You should
always connect the signals with twisted pairs. Signal reference must be connected.
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Electrical Interfaces (RS-232/422/485/TTL models)
RS-232/TTL Electrical Interface
The following control signals are available to ports configured for RS-232 and TTL mode: TxD,
RxD, RTS, CTS, RI, DTR, DSR, DCD, SG (Signal Ground) and +5V. See Figure 3 for the
location of Px1 RS-232/TTL port headers. See Figure 12 for information on configuring ports
for RS-232 or TTL mode. (Note: Current draw on +5V pins of all ports must not exceed 1 Amp.)
RS-422/485 Electrical Interface
In this mode, the port will communicate in RS-422 and RS-485 full duplex using the vertical
Px2 headers. (See Figure 3 for the location of Px2 headers). The following control signals are
available: TxD+/, RxD+/ and SR (Signal Return). See Figure 12 for information on configuring
ports for RS-422/485 mode.
Jumper Block Settings
The following jumper blocks correspond to the following ports:
JA = Port 1
JE = Port 5
JB = Port 2
JF = Port 6
JC = Port 3
JG = Port 7
JD = Port 4
JH = Port 8
The pin functions are outlined in the following diagram:
Figure 12: Examples of various jumper block settings for RS-232/422/485/TTL models
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In the example in Figure 2, port 1 (JA) is configured for RS-422/485 full duplex, port 2 (JB) is
configured for RS-232, port 3 (JC) is configured for TTL, and ports 4 to 8 (JD to JH) are
disabled.
When all jumpers are removed, the corresponding ports are completely disabled. The UART will
receive no data from these ports, even if an external source is driving the headers.
NOTE: There are eight solder jumpers on the back of the board that
correspond to the vertical (Px2) headers on the front of the board. (See
Figure 3 for location of Px2 headers). If necessary, you can ensure TxD+/- pins
on specified vertical headers remain active, even if the board is not in RS422/485 mode or is disabled, by shorting the appropriate jumper.
Software Installation
Xtreme/104-Plus and Xtreme/104-Plus Opto include support for Windows NT/CE/2000/Server
2003/XP/XPe/XPx64/Vista, Ardence RTX for Windows QNX 4/6, Linux and SCO
Unix/Openserver. Please refer to the readme.txt files found in the appropriate directories on the
Xtreme/104-Plus CD containing drivers and documentation. These files contain technical tips
or release notes concerning installation and configuration of the device driver. For further
information concerning software installation of Xtreme/104-Plus or Xtreme/104-Plus Opto
products please visit the Connect Tech website at www.connecttech.com.
If you are interested in a device driver for an operating system not listed please contact the
Connect Tech Sales Department. Also, visit the Download Zone of the Support Center on the
Connect Tech website for the latest product manuals, installation guides, diagnostic utilities and
device driver software
Specifications
Operating Environment
Storage temperature:
Operating temperature:
Humidity:
-40° C to 125° C
-40° C to 85° C (standard version)
95% non-condensing
Power Requirements
Xtreme/104-Plus RS-423 models
+5 V DC +/-5% @ 100 mA (max.) 2 port models
Xtreme/104-Plus RS-232/422/485 models
+5 V DC +/-5% @ 385 mA (max.) 4 port models
+5 V DC +/-5% @ 575 mA (max.) 8 port models
Xtreme/104-Plus RS-232/422/485/TTL models
+5 V DC +/-5% @ 575 mA (max.) 8 port models
Xtreme/104-Plus Opto RS-232/422/485 models
+5 V DC +/-5% @ 500 mA (max.) 2 and 4 port models
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PC Bus Interface
3.3V or 5V PC/104-Plus or PCI-104
Dimensions
PC/104-Plus Standard
Communications
Baud Rates
RS-232/TTL: 50 bps – 921.6 Kbps
RS-422/485: 50 bps – 1.8432 Mbps
RS-423:
50 bps – 115.2 Kbps
UARTs
Dual, quad or octal Exar PCI UARTs provide 64 byte transmit and receive
FIFO buffers for each port
Control Signals
Xtreme/104-Plus RS-423 Models
RS-423: TxD-, TxDRef, RxD+/-, RTS-, RTSRef and CTS+/Xtreme/104-Plus RS-232/422/485 Models
RS-232: TxD, RxD, RTS, CTS, RI, DTR, DSR, DCD and Signal Ground (SG)
RS-422/485: TxD+/-, RxD+/-, RTS+/-, CTS+/- and Signal Return (SR)
Xtreme/104-Plus RS-232/422/485/TTL Models
RS-232/TTL: TxD, RxD, RTS, CTS, RI, DTR, DSR, DCD, Signal Ground (SG) and +5V
RS-422/485: TxD+/-, RxD+/- and Signal Return (SR)
Xtreme/104-Plus Opto RS-232/422/485 Models
RS-232: TxD, RxD, RTS, CTS and Signal Ground (SG)
RS-422/485: TxD+/-, RxD+/-, RTS+/-, CTS+/- and Signal Return (SR)
Certification
The Xtreme/104-Plus product family is to be included into a device ultimately subject to FCC,
DOC/IC, and CE certification. The customer is responsible for bringing the completed device
into compliance prior to resale. Connect Tech has designed the Xtreme/104-Plus and
Xtreme/104-Plus Opto with EMI and EMC considerations such as:
Ground and power planes
EMI/EMC reducing PCB layout
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