ADLINK Technology | cPCI-8210 | NuIPC® cPCI-8210/8211/8212 User`s Guide

NuIPC 
cPCI-8210/8211/8212
3U CompactPCI
Ethernet & SCSI Controller
User’s Guide
Recycled Paper
Copyright 2000 ADLINK Technology Inc.
All Right Reserved
Manual Rev. 2.00: April 27,2000
The information in this document is subject to change without prior notice in
order to improve reliability, design and function and does not represent
commitment on the part of the manufacturer.
In no event will the manufacturer be liable for direct, indirect, special,
incidental, or consequential damages arising out of the use or the possibility
of such damages.
This document contains proprietary information protected by copyright. All
rights are reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced by any
mechanical, electronic, or other means in any form without prior written
permission of the manufacturer.
Acknowledgments
NuIPC and cPCI-8210/8211/8212 are registered trademarks of ADLINK
Technology Inc.
All trademarks and registered trademarks mentioned herein are the
property of their respective owners.
♦
Getting service from ADLINK
Customer Satisfaction is always the most important thing for ADLINK
Tech Inc. If you need any help or service, please contact us and get it.
ADLINK Technology Inc.
Web Site
http://www.adlink.com.tw
Sales & Service service@adlink.com.tw
NuDAQ
nudaq@adlink.com.tw
NuDAM
nudam@adlink.com.tw
Technical
NuIPC
nuipc@adlink.com.tw
Support
NuPRO
nupro@adlink.com.tw
Software
sw@adlink.com.tw
TEL
+886-2-82265877
FAX
+886-2-82265717
Address
9F, No. 166, Jian Yi Road, Chungho City, Taipei, 235 Taiwan, R.O.C.
♦
Please inform or FAX us of your detailed information for a prompt,
satisfactory and constant service.
Detailed Company Information
Company/Organization
Contact Person
E-mail Address
Address
Country
TEL
Web Site
FAX
Questions
Product Model
Environment to Use
Challenge Description
Suggestions for ADLINK
OS:
Computer Brand:
M/B:
CPU:
Chipset:
BIOS:
Video Card:
Network Interface Card:
Other:
How to use this guide
This manual is to help you use cPCI-8210/8211 series modules. It
describes how to install and arrange various settings. The briefs are as
following:
•
Chapter 1, “Introduction” gives an overview of the product’s
pecifications. It also tells you what are included in the product
package.
•
Chapter 2, “Switches and Connectors” describes the definitions and
positions of Switches and Connectors that you may easily configure
and set up per requirement.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction..........................................................1
1.1
1.2
What is Fast Ethernet ......................................................3
Specifications..................................................................4
Chapter 2 Installation & Configurations ..........................7
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
What you have ................................................................7
Connect the Network Cable .............................................8
Device Installation for Windows 98 ...................................9
Device Installation for WindowsNT ................................. 12
PCB Panel & Layout ...................................................... 16
2.5.1
2.5.2
2.5.3
2.5.4
2.6
Jumper & Switches Setting ............................................ 20
2.6.1
2.6.2
2.6.3
2.7
2.8
2.9
cPCI-8211 Panel................................................................... 16
cPCI-8212/8210 Panel ........................................................ 17
cPCI-8211 Layout................................................................. 18
cPCI-8212 Layout................................................................. 19
cPCI-8210 Switched Setting ............................................... 20
cPCI-8211/8211R Jumper Setting .................................... 20
cPCI-8212R Jumper Setting............................................... 21
Pin-definition of 68-pin Wide Ultra2 SCSI Connector........ 22
Pin-definition of 50-pin Ultra SCSI Connector.................. 23
Pin-definition of RJ45 Connector .................................... 24
Product Warranty/Service..................................................25
Table of Content • i
1
Introduction
The cPCI-8210 Series products are the high performance Ethernet / SCSI
controllers which comply with the CompactPCI standards. Two major
functions are supported:
•
10 Base-T / 100 Base-TX Fast Ethernet and
•
Wide Ultra-2 SCSI interface
The cPCI-8211 integrates the high performance Ethernet controller , and
the cPCI-8211R supports the rear connection ,which cooperates with the
R8211 daughter board. The cPCI-8212 integrates the Wide Ultra-2 SCSI
controller, and the cPCI-8212R supports the rear connection ,which
cooperates with the R8212 daughter board.
cPCI-8211/8211R are supported:
•
10 Base-T / 100 Base-TX Fast Ethernet
cPCI-8212/8212R are supported:
•
Wide Ultra-2 SCSI interface
All the features create the high performance applications in the Compact
PCI industry.
The cPCI-8210 integrates the Intel 82558 single chip Ethernet controller.
The cPCI-8210 & cPCI8212/8212R integrate the SYMBIOS SYM53C895,
the PCI Wide Ultra-2 SCSI controller. The Ultra-2 SCSI protocol supports
the data transfer rate up to 80MB per second. The 53C895 is the first Ultra
2 SCSI controller in the world.
Accompanied with the Wide Ultra-2 SCSI is the Low Voltage Differential
(LVD) link technology. The LVD is built on the 53C895 and make possible
Introduction • 1
the higher rate, as well as much longer SCSI cable tolerance up to 12
meters. The 53C895 is backward compatible with all the SCSI standards. It
could automatically detect the devices connected to the subsystem. If the
devices are also Wide Ultra-2 SCSI compliant, the 53C895 runs in the
highest mode that the LVD link is enabled, otherwise the 53C895 will fall
back to the older mode automatically.
About SCSI (Small Computer System Interface)
The follow standard is defined by ANSI.
SCSI Item
SCSC-1(2)
Fast SCSI
(2)
Max. Bus Lengths,
Meters (1)
SingleLVD HVD
ended
Bus Speed,
MBytes/Sec. Max.
Bus
Width,
bits
5
8
6
(3)
25
8
10
8
3
(3)
25
8
Max. Device
Support
Fast Wide SCSI
20
16
3
(3)
25
16
Ultra SCSI (2)
20
8
1.5
(3)
25
8
Ultra SCSI (2)
20
8
3
-
-
4
Wide Ultra SCSI
40
16
-
(3)
25
16
Wide Ultra SCSI
40
16
1.5
-
-
8
Wide Ultra SCSI
40
16
3
-
-
4
Ultra2 SCSI (2,4)
40
8
(4)
12
25
8
16
(4)
12
25
16
WideUltra2SCSI
(4)
80
Note:
(1)
The listed maximum bus lengths may be exceeded in Point-toPoint and engineered applications.
(2)
Use of the word "Narrow", preceding SCSI, Ultra SCSI, or Ultra2
SCSI is optional.
(3)
LVD was not defined in the original SCSI standards for this speed.
If all devices on the bus support LVD, then 12-meters operation is
possible at this speed. However, if any device on the bus is
singled-ended only, then the entire bus switches to single-ended
mode and the distances in the single-ended column apply.
(4)
Single-ended is not defined for speeds beyond Ultra.
(5)
HVD (Differential) is not defined for speeds beyond Ultra2.
2 • Introduction
The date comes from STA (SCSI Trade Association)
The cPCI-8211 & cPCI-8211R use the Intel 82559 single chip Ethernet
controller. The 82559 chip integrates the MAC (Media Access Controller)
chip and the PHY chip (Physical layer interface).
The 82559 is a sophisticated PCI bus master with enhanced scatter-gather
bus -mastering capability that could detect the speed and the duplex
automatically. It is true 32-bit architecture enables it to perform high-speed
data transfer on the PCI bus. The embedded macrocode-based engine
enables the 82559 to process high level commands and perform multiple
operations without CPU intervention. Its 3 K Bytes transmit and 3K Bytes
receives FIFO provide large on-chip storage of multiple transmit and
receive frames.
1.1
What is Fast Ethernet
Fast Ethernet is a network technology specified by IEEE Standard 802.3u.
It extends the traditional 10Mbps Ethernet technology to achieve 100Mbps
transmission and reception, while retaining the same CSMA/CA Ethernet
protocol. Thus while fast Ethernet provides a tenfold increase in network
capacity, it is wholly compatible with traditional 10Mbps Ethernet network
facilities. The compatibility is the key to easy and efficient upgrades
to100Mbps in your network areas needing greater bandwidth. Upgrading
selected areas to Fast Ethernet does not require hardware or software
changes in network areas where traditional 10Mbps Ethernet is providing
good service. For upgrading existing Ethernet installations to100Mbps, and
especially for selectively upgrading areas needing upgrade, fast Ethernet is
the clear choice in terms of cost-effectiveness, as well as convenience and
smoothness in transition. Fast Ethernet comprises two subtypes: 100BaseT4 and 100Base-TX.100Base-T4 fast Ethernet can utilize existing Category
5 cabling, but does provide full duplex operation. Full duplex 100Base-TX
operation allows simultaneous transmission and reception, both at
100Mbps, thus providing service potentially equal to 200Mbps half-duplex
service.
Introduction • 3
1.2
Specifications
♦ System architecture:
•
Standard 3U CompactPCI form factor
•
Advanced 10 Base-T/ 100 Base-TX Ethernet
•
Fully complied with PICMG 2.0 (CompactPCI) Rev2.0
♦ cPCI-8210 Features:
Ethernet I/F
•
Intel 82558 Ethernet Controller
•
Complied with PCI V2.1, IEEE802.3, IEEE802.3u
•
True 32-bit PCI bus master
•
Full duplex support
•
10 Base-T/ 100 Base-TX support
•
Nway, Auto-negotiation capability
•
Drivers support: DOS/ Windows-95/98, Windows NT
Wide Ultra 2 SCSI I/F:
•
SYMBIOS SYM 53C895 advanced SCSI controller
•
Wide ULTRA-2 SCSI protocol up to 80 MB/s transfer rate (max.)
•
LVD link to extend cable length up-to 12 meters
•
On-chip SCSI clock quadrupler to achieve 160 MHz frequency with
external 40 MHz oscillator
•
Backward compatible with Wide Ultra-2 SCSI, Wide Ultra SCSI,
Ultra SCSI, and Fast SCSI
•
Auto Switch transmission modes for different kind of devices
connected , suppose Signal-ended (SE) , Low Voltage Differential
(LVD) , High Voltage Differential(HVD)
•
Drivers support: DOS/ Windows -95/98, Windows -NT, OS/2, SCO
UNIX
Mode
SE
LVD
HVD
Voltage
-0.35 to +0.5
0.7 to 1.9
2.4 to 5.5
♦ cPCI-8211/8211R
•
Intel 82559 Ethernet Controller
•
Complied with PCI V2.1, IEEE802.3, IEEE802.3u
4 • Introduction
•
True 32-bit cPCI bus master
•
Full duplex support
•
100Mbps Fast Ethernet or 10Mbps data transfer, selected via autonegotiation
•
Suppose INTEL PREBOOT EXECUTION ENVIRONMENT (PXE)
for remote boot (82559 Only)
•
10 Base-T/ 100 Base-TX support
•
Three LED indicators:10 Mbps / 100Mbps , Link , Activity
•
Drivers support: DOS/ Windows-95/98, Windows NT, Linux
♦ cPCI-8212/8212R
•
SYMBIOS SYM 53C895 advanced SCSI controller
•
Wide Ultra-2 SCSI protocol up to 80 MB/s transfer rate (max.)
•
LVD link to extend cable length up-to 12 meters
•
On-chip SCSI clock quadrupler to achieve 160 MHz frequency with
external 40 MHz oscillator
•
Backward compatible with Wide Ultra-2 SCS, Wide Ultra SCSI, Ultra
SCSI, and Fast SCSI
•
Auto Switch transmission modes for different kind of devices
connected, suppose Signal-ended (SE), Low Voltage Differential
(LVD), High Voltage DifferentialHVD)
Mode
SE
LVD
HVD
oltage
-0.35 to +0.5
0.7 to 1.9
2.4 to 5.5
♦ Drivers support: DOS/ Windows-95/98, Windows-NT, OS/2, SCO
UNIX
♦ CE Test According to:
EMI Test:
Harmonic Test:
Voltage fluctuations Test:
EMS Test:
♦ FCC Test According to:
European Standard EN 55022 Class B
European Standard EN 61 000-3-2
European Standard EN 61 000-3-3
European Standard EN 50 082-1:1997
Standard for Methods of Measurement
ANSI C63.4 – 1992
Test in Compliance with CISPR PUB. 22 and FCC Part 15
•
Dimension: 160 mm (D) x 100 mm (W)
•
Power requirements:
Introduction • 5
•
cPCI-8210: 5V @ 2A (max.)
•
cPCI-8211& cPCI-8211R: 5V @ 100 mA (max)
•
cPCI-8212 & cPCI-8212R: 5V @ 1A (max)
♦ Environment
o
•
Operating Temperature: 0 to 60 C
•
Storage Temperature: -20 to 80 C
•
Humidity: 10%~90% non condensing
o
6 • Introduction
2
Installation & Configurations
2.1
What you have
♦ cPCI-8210
3U Compact PCI board x 1
ADLINK CD-ROM
This manual
♦ cPCI-8211
3U Compact PCI board x 1
R8211 daughter board x1 (only for cPCI-8211R)
ADLINK CD-ROM
This manual
♦ cPCI-8212
3U Compact PCI board x 1
R8212 daughter board x1 (only for cPCI-8212R)
ADLINK CD-ROM
This manual
If any of these items is missed or damages, please contact your vender.
Installation & Configuration • 7
2.2
Connect the Network Cable
Category 5 UTP cable qualifies for both, the Fast Ethernet And Ethernet,
cabling rules. The maximum length of any single cable run between any
station and its supporting Hub is 100 meter .The maximum length of a cable
joining two hubs is 10m in general, but is 100m when both hubs qualify as
Ethernet class 2 Repearters. However, these cable runs may need to be
shorter than the given individual maximum lengths because their maximum
aggregated cable run between any two stations is 205m.
Connecting for 100Mbps Ethernet
Category 5 UTP cable is required for fast Ethernet operation. The maximum
cable run between the cPCI-8211 and the supporting hub is 100 meters.
The cable must be straight (not a crossover cable) with an RJ-45 plug at
each end. Make the network connection by plugging one end of the cable
into the RJ-45 jack of the cPCI-8211, and the other end into a port of the
supporting hub.
Connecting for 10Mbps Ethernet
Category 3, Category 4, and Category 5 UTP cable, as well as EIA/TIA-568
100-0hm STP cable, all qualify under Ethernet cabling rules. The maximum
cable run between the cPCI-8211 and the supporting hub is 100 meters.
The cable must be straight (not a crossover cable) with RJ-45 connector at
each end. Make the network connection by plugging one end of the cable
into the RJ-45 jack of the cPCI-8211, and the other end into a port of the
supporting Hub.
8 • Installation & Configuration
2.3
Device Installation for Windows 98
cPCI-8211/8211R & cPCI-8210 (LAN)
While you first plug cPCI-8210 card and enter Windows 98, the system will
detect this device automatically, and auto setup its driver. The cPCI-8211
must “Add New Hardware Wizard” to setup its device. When the user want
to update device driver, user can choose the “ Update Driver”, and show
the following dialog box that prompts you to select the driver information
source.
Place ADLINK’s “Manual & Software Utility” CD into the appropriate CD
driver.
If
cPCI-8211use
INTEL
82559ER
chip
type
“X: \NUIPC\8211\82559ER (these directory includes cPCI-8211 device
information files “NET559ER.inf”) in the input field and choose the model
“Intel(R) GD82559ER PCI Adapter”(X indicates the CD ROM driver) and
then click OK. The system will start the installation of cPCI-8211. If cPCIInstallation & Configuration • 9
8211 uses INTEL 82559 chip type “X:\NUIPC\8211\82559 (these directory
includes cPCI-8211 device information files “oemsetup.inf”) in the input field
and choose the model “Intel(R) 8255X-based PCI Adapter”(X indicates the
CD ROM driver) and then click OK. If install cPCI-8210 Type
“X: \NUIPC\8210\LAN in the input field and choose the model “Intel Ether
Express PRO Adapter ”.
cPCI-8212/8212R & cPCI-8210 (SCSI)
While you first plug cPCI-8212 or cPCI-8210 card and enter Windows 98,
the system will detect this device automatically, and auto setup its driver.
When the user want to update device driver, user can choose the “ Update
Driver”, and show the following dialog box that prompts you to select the
driver information source.
Place ADLINK’s “Manual & Software Utility” CD into the appropriate CD
driver.
Type“X: \NUIPC\8212\Win9X”(thesedirectoryincludescPCI-8212
10 • Installation & Configuration
device information files“SYMC8XX.inf”) in the input field and choose the
model “Symbios 8951U 8952U PCI SCSI Adapter 53C895 Driver”(X
indicates the CDROM driver)and then click OK. The system will start the
installation
of
cPCI-8212.
If
install
cPCI-8210
Type
X:\NUIPC\8210\SCSI\WIN95 in the input field.
Installation & Configuration • 11
2.4
Device Installation for WindowsNT
cPCI-8211/8211R&cPCI-8210(LAN)
While you first plug cPCI-8211 card and enter WindowsNT.
Step1:
Select Control Panel.
Step2:
Select Network.
Step3:
Select Adapters then select Add.
Step4: Place ADLINK’s “Manual & Software Utility” CD into the
appropriate CD driver. If cPCI-8211 uses the 82559ER chip type
“X: \NUIPC\ 8211\ 82559ER in the input field and choose the
model “Intel(R) GD82559ER Evaluation Adapter”(X indicates
the CDROM driver) and then click OK. If cPCI-8211 uses the
82559 chip type “X:\NUIPC\8211\82559 in the input field and
choose the model “Intel(R)”(X indicates the CD ROM driver)
and then click OK. The system will start the installation of cPCI8211. If install cPCI-8210 Type “X:\NUIPC\8210\LAN in the input
field and choose the model “Intel Ether Express PRO Adapter”.
12 • Installation & Configuration
cPCI-8212/8212R&cPCI-8210(SCSI)
Use cPCI-8212/8212R&cPCI-8210(SCSI)driver to setup Windows NT4.0
Step1:
Copy
ADLINK’s
“Manual
&
Software
Utility
CD”X:\NUIPC\8212\WINNT\WINNTHI\I386\WIN Nt all files to
floppy disk.
Step2:
Use Windows NT boot disk to boot your computer.
Step3:
When install Windows NT disk 2 to setup Windows NT system.
Step4:
Please press “S” key to skip NT Setup’s auto detect SCSI
controller.
Step5:
Please press “S” key again to specify add a new device.
Step6:
Select “Others”, and plug the floppy disk which copy files from
The ADLINK’s “Manual & Software Utility CD”.
Step7:
Select “Symbios Logic PCI<53C8XX>”, press “Enter” key.
Step8:
Then you have finished setup of the cPCI-8212, and you can
continue to setup Windows NT4.0.
Installation & Configuration • 13
Add cPCI-8212/8212R & cPCI-8210 (SCSI) driver to Windows NT4.0
While you first plug cPCI-8211 card and enter Windows NT.
Step1:
Select Control Panel.
Step2:
Select SCSI Adapter.
Step3:
Select Drivers then select Add.
Step4:
Place ADLINK’s “Manual & Software Utility ”CD into the
appropriate
CD
driver.
Type
X:\NUPRO\8212\WINNTWINNTHI\I386\WINNT\MINPORT
in
the input field and choose the model “Symbios Logic
PCI(53c8XX) ”(X indicates the CD ROM driver) and then click
OK. The system will start the installation of cPCI-8212. If install
cPCI-8210 Type “X:\NUIPC\8210\SCSI\WINNT\MINPORT in
the input field
14 • Installation & Configuration
Installation & Configuration • 15
2.5
PCB Panel & Layout
2.5.1
cPCI-8211 Panel
cPCI-8211
cPCI-8211R
ACT
ACT
LINK
LINK
100M
100M
R8211
CN1
CN1
Front LED-definition of LED 1,2,3
ACT:
LINK:
100M:
CN1:
LAN active
LAN Link
10/100 Mbps
RJ45 Connector
Figure 2.5.1 Panel of cPCI-8211/8211R
16 • Installation & Configuration
2.5.2
cPCI-8212/8210 Panel
cPCI-8212/8212R
SE
TP_S
LVD
REAR
HVD
ACT(SCSI)
R8212
cPCI-8210
CN1
ACT(SCSI)
LVD/SE
ACT(LAN)
LINK
100 M
CN1
SE:
LVD:
HVD:
TP_S:
REAR:
LVD/SE:
ACT(SCSI):
LINK:
100M:
ACT(LAN):
CN1:
CN2:
Transmission mode (Single–Ended)
Transmission mode(Low Voltage Differential)
Transmission mode(High Voltage Differential)
Terminal Power Shorted (RED)
Rear SCSI connection display (Only for cPCI-8212R)
Transmission mode (Low Voltage Differential & Single–
Ended)
SCSI active
LAN Link
10/100 Mbps
LAN active
68-pin Wide Ultra-2 SCSI Connector
RJ45 Connector
Figure 2.5.2 Panel of cPCI-8212 / cPCI-8210
Installation & Configuration • 17
2.5.3
cPCI-8211 Layout
18 • Installation & Configuration
2.5.4
cPCI-8212 Layout
Installation & Configuration • 19
2.6
Jumper & Switches Setting
2.6.1
cPCI-8210 Switched Setting
Switches on the I/O card are used to select options for different
components used. The switch-on /off is to accommodate the variations of
the flash Boot ROM. The flash ROM is optional. When the flash ROM is
installed, the switch setting is as following table:
For + 12V flash ROM type
SCSI
LAN
Switch1
ON
OFF
Switch2
OFF
ON
Switch3
OFF
OFF
Switch4
OFF
OFF
Switch2
OFF
OFF
Switch3
OFF
OFF
Switch4
OFF
OFF
For + 5V flash ROM type
SCSI
LAN
2.6.2
Switch1
OFF
OFF
cPCI-8211/8211R Jumper Setting
ThecPCI-8211 supposes remote boot by PREBOOT EXECUTION
ENVIRONMENT (PXE) function. The user should be enable the system
BIOS’s “Boot From Lan First ” item. When post finished, press Ctrl+S Into
INTEL Boot Agent Setup Program. There are seven item as follow.
Boot Protocol:
PnP/BEVBoot:
Default Boot:
Local Boot:
Prompt time:
Setup Message:
Power Mgmt:
JP1:
PXE (RPL)
Disable (Enable)
Network (Local)
Enable (Disable)
5 (2,3,8)
Disable (Enable)
ACPI (APM)
Boo tRom enable & disable setting
Default Setting
JP1
Disable BOOT ROM
Enable BOOT ROM
Jumper Pin No.
1-2
2-3
20 • Installation & Configuration
2.6.3
cPCI-8212R Jumper Setting
The cPCI-8212R supposes front and rear connection. When the front and
rear are both connected device, like fig 2.6.1,the terminate of the cPCI8212R should be disabled.
cPCI-8212R
R-8212
Device
Device
Figure 2.6.1
JP1: Terminate enable & disable setting
JP1
Enable terminate
(Default Setting)
Disable terminate
Jumper
Setting
Installation & Configuration • 21
2.7
Pin-definition of 68-pin Wide Ultra2 SCSI Connector
68-pin Wide Ultra2 SCSI Connector
The table below shows the pin-out assignments of this 68-pin connector.
Wide
Ultra2
Signal Name
LVDP12
LVDP13
LVDP14
LVDP15
LVDPHP
LVDP0
LVDP1
LVDP2
LVDP3
LVDP4
LVDP5
LVDP6
LVDP7
LVDPLP
GROUND
DFFSENSE
LVTRMPWR
LVTRMPWR
N.C.
GROUND
LVATNP
GROUND
LVBSYP
LVACKP
LVRSTP
LVMSGP
LVSELP
LVCDP
LVREQP
LVIOP
LVDP8
LVDP9
LVDP10
LVDP11
Pin #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
22 • Installation & Configuration
Pin #
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
Signal Name
LVDM12
LVDM13
LVDM14
LVDM15
LVDPHM
LVDM0
LVDM1
LVDM2
LVDM3
LVDM4
LVDM5
LVDM6
LVDM7
LVDPLM
GROUND
LVEXT68
LVTRMPWR
LVTRMPWR
N.C.
GROUND
LVATNM
GROUND
LVBSYM
LVACKM
LVRSTM
LVMSGM
LVSELM
LVCDM
LVREQM
LVIOM
LVDM8
LVDM9
LVDM10
LVDM11
2.8
Pin-definition of 50-pin Ultra SCSI Connector
50-pin Ultra SCSI Connector
The table below shows the pin-out assignments of this 50-pin connector.
Signal Name
LVDP0
LVDP1
LVDP2
LVDP3
LVDP4
LVDP5
LVDP6
LVDP7
LVDPLP
GROUND
DIFFSENSE
N.C.
LVTRMPWR
N.C.
GROUND
LVATNP
GROUND
LVBSYP
LVACKP
LVRSTP
LVMSGP
LVSELP
LVCDP
LVREQP
LVIOP
Pin #
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
43
45
47
49
Pin #
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
Signal Name
LVDM0
LVDM1
LVDM2
LVDM3
LVDM4
LVDM5
LVDM6
LVDM7
LVDPLM
GROUND
DIFFSENSE
N.C.
LVTRMPWR
N.C.
GROUND
LVATNM
GROUND
LVBSYM
LVACKM
LVRSTM
LVMSGM
LVSELM
LVCDM
LVREQM
LVIOM
Installation & Configuration • 23
2.9
Pin-definition of RJ45 Connector
RJ45 Connector
This connector is for the 10/100Mbps Ethernet capability of the CPU card.
The figure below shows the pin out assignments of this connector and its
corresponding input jack.
Pin#1: TD+
Pin#2: TDPin#3: RD+
Pin#4: NC
RJ45
24 • Installation & Configuration
Pin#5: NC
Pin#6: RDPin#7: NC
Pin#8: NC
Product Warranty/Service
ADLINK warrants that equipment furnished will be free from defects in
material and workmanship for a period of one year from the date of
shipment. During the warranty period, we shall, at our option, either repair
or replace any product that proves to be defective under normal operation.
This warranty shall not apply to equipment that has been previously
repaired or altered outside our plant in any way as to, in the judgment of
the manufacturer, affect its reliability. Nor will it apply if the equipment has
been used in a manner exceeding its specifications or if the serial number
has been removed.
ADLINK does not assume any liability for consequential damages as a
result from our product uses, and in any event our liability shall not exceed
the original selling price of the equipment. The remedies provided herein
are the customer’s sole and exclusive remedies. In no event shall ADLINK
be liable for direct, indirect, special or consequential damages whether
based on contract of any other legal theory.
The equipment must be returned postage-prepaid. Package it securely
and insure it. You will be charged for parts and labor if the warranty period
is expired or the product is proves to be misuse, abuse or unauthorized
repair or modification.
Product Warranty/Service • 25
Download PDF