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AIS IP17IA99 series Technical data
Human Machine Interface Panel
10.4" / 15" / 17”
IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99 Panel PC series
Table of Contents
1. Introduction -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5
1.1. Symbols used in this Manual -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------7
2. Important Instructions ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8
2.1. Note on the Warranty ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8
2.2. Exclusion of Accident Liability Obligation----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8
2.3. Liability Limitation / Exemption from the Warranty Obligation ------------------------------------------------------ 8
3. Safety Instructions -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 9
3.1. Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10
3.2. Grounding Methods -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10
3.3. Instructions for the Lithium Battery ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10
3.4. FCC Statement --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10
3.5. Electromagnetic Compatibility ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11
4. Goods of Delivery --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 12
4.1. Label and Product Identification ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 13
5. Product Description ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 15
5.1. Front Side --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 17
5.1.1.10.4"/15"/17” Display with Touch Screen -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 18
5.1.2. Front Panel Care and Cleaning (Chemical Resistance) ------------------------------------------------------------- 18
5.2. Bottom View ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 19
5.3. Power, Control Indicators, Reset and Grounding------------------------------------------------------------------------- 20
5.3.1. Power Connector …. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 20
5.3.1.1. Power Button and Power LED -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 20
5.3.1.2. Reset Button ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 22
5.3.1.2. HDD LED ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 22
5.3.2. Interfaces (Rear, Bottom Side of the System) ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 22
5.3.2.1. USB Connectors -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 23
5.3.2.2. COM Serial Interface Connector ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 23
5.3.2.3. LAN1 and LAN2 Ethernet Interface Connectors --------------------------------------------------------------------- 23
5.3.2.4. VGA Interface Connector -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 23
5.4. Top View ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 23
5.5. Left and Right Side View -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 24
5.6. Rear View --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 25
5.7. DC or AC Power Connection.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 25
5.7.1. DC Power Cable. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 26
5.7.2. External AC/DC Adapter (Optional) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 26
5.8. Accessing Internal Components --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 27
6. System Installation ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 27
6.1. H/W Installation ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 27
6.1.1. Jumpers --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 27
6.1.2. Connector------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 30
6.1.3. Memory module Installation ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------34
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6.1.4. Serial ATA Hard Disk Installation.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 35
6.1.5. CF Card Installation ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 36
6.1.6. DC Power Input Installation ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 37
6.2. Panel and External AC/DC Adapter Mounting----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 37
6.2.1. Panel Mounting------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 37
6.2.2. VESA Mounting. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 41
6.2.3. Wall Mounting of the External AC/DC Adapter ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 41
6.3. Getting started --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 42
6.3.1. Connecting to DC Power Source ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 42
6.3.2. Connecting to AC Power Source via the AC/DC Adapter ------------------------------------------------------------ 44
6.4. BIOS Setup ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 45
6.4.1. Entering Setup -- Launch System Setup --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 45
6.4.2. Main -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 45
6.4.3. Information --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 46
6.4.4. Configuration ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------47
6.4.5. Boot --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------59
6.4.6. Security ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------60
6.4.7. Save and Exit ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------61
6.5. Software Installation---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------62
6.5.1. Calibration the Touch Screen --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------62
6.5.1.1. Calibrating the Touch Screen ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------62
6.5.1.2. Calibrate the Touch Screen --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------62
6.5.2. Brightness Control ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------65
7. Technical Data --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------67
7.1. Product Specifications -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------67
7.2. Mechanical Specifications ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------67
7.3. Certifications and Standards------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------74
8. RMA (Return Material Authorization) Service -----------------------------------------------------75
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List of Figures
Fig.4-1: Label on the unit ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 13
Fig.5-1: Top view of the IP15IA99 Panel PC System (15”) ---------------------------------------------------------------- 15
Fig.5-2: Right view of the IP15IA99 Panel PC System (15”) -------------------------------------------------------------- 15
Fig.5-3: Front view of the IP15IA99 Panel PC System (15”) -------------------------------------------------------------- 15
Fig.5-4: Left view of the IP15IA99 Panel PC System (15”) ----------------------------------------------------------------- 15
Fig.5-5: Bottom view of the IP15IA99 Panel PC System (15”) ------------------------------------------------------------ 15
Fig.5-6: Rear view of the IP15IA99 Panel PC System (15”) --------------------------------------------------------------- 15
Fig.5-7: Top view of the IP10IA99 Panel PC System (10”) ---------------------------------------------------------------- 16
Fig.5-8: Right view the IP10IA99 Panel PC System (10”) ------------------------------------------------------------------- 16
Fig 5-9: Front view of the IP10IA99 Panel PC System (10”) -------------------------------------------------------------- 16
Fig.5-10: Left view the IP10IA99 Panel PC System (10”) ------------------------------------------------------------------- 16
Fig.5-11: Bottom view of the IP10IA99 Panel PC System (10”) ---------------------------------------------------------- 16
Fig.5-12: Rear view of the IP10IA99 Panel PC System (10”) ------------------------------------------------------------- 16
Fig.5-13: Front view of the IP15IA99 Panel PC System (15”) ------------------------------------------------------------- 17
Fig.5-14: Chemical resistance for the area of textured paint --------------------------------------------------------------- 18
Fig.5-15: I/O View ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 19
Fig.5-16: DC Power connector on the bottom (rear) side of the OIC Panel system --------------------------------- 20
Fig.5-17-1: Close-up on front panel of 10"/15”/17”, Power button and LED as power indicator ---------------- 21
Fig.5-17-2: Close-up on I/O of 10"/15”/17”, Power LED and Reset button -------------------------------------------- 21
Fig.5-18: Adjust the switch --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 21
Fig.5-19: I/O interface ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 22
Fig.5-20: Expansion I/O on 15’/ 17” --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 22
Fig.5-21: Expansion I/O on 10.4” ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 22
Fig.5-22: Rear side of the system (shown as 10.4” IP10IA99 ) ---------------------------------------------------------- 23
Fig.5-23: Right side of the 10.4” IP10IA99 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------24
Fig.5-24: Left side of the 10.4” IP10IA99 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 24
Fig.5-25: Rear side of the system (shown as 10.4” IP10IA99) ----------------------------------------------------------- 25
Fig.5-26: External Open Lead Cable supplied with the IPxxIA99 Panel system--------------------------------------- 26
Fig.5-27: External AC/DC 24V/75W adapter supplied with the IPxxIA99 Panel system ---------------------------- 26
Fig.6-1: Top-side Jumper and Connector Locations --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 28
Fig.6-2: Installation of Memory ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 34
Fig.6-3: The procedure of HDD installation-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 35
Fig.6-4: Side View of CF Card Insertion ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 36
Fig.6-5: Power adaptor installation ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 37
Fig.6-6: Cut-out definition ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 37
Fig.6-7: Panel cut-out dimension for IP10IA99 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 38
Fig.6-8: Panel cut-out dimension for IP15IA99 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 38
Fig.6-9: Panel cut-out dimension for IP17IA99 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 39
Fig.6-10: Mounting kit step by step------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 40
Fig.6-11: Inside of the wall mount plate for the AC/DC adapter ---------------------------------------------------------- 41
Fig.6-12: Housing for the AC/DC adapter (only for wall mounting) ----------------------------------------------------- 41
Fig.6-13: Rear side of the mounting plate without DIN Rail clip ---------------------------------------------------------- 41
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Fig.6-14: Mounting plate with DIN Rail clip ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 41
Fig.6-15: Connecting to DC power source with open lead cable ---------------------------------------------------------- 42
Fig.6-16: Connecting to AC power source via the AC/DC adapter -------------------------------------------------------- 44
Fig.6-17: Setup Program Initial Screen ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 45
Fig.6-18: System Information ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 46
Fig.6-19: Setup Program Initial Screen ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 47
Fig.6-20: ACPI Configuration -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 48
Fig.6-21: CPU Configuration --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 48
Fig.6-22: USB Configuration --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 50
Fig.6-23: SATA Configuration -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 50
Fig.6-24: Integrated Video Configuration ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 52
Fig.6-25: GMCH BLC Control --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 52
Fig.6-26: LAN Configuration --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 53
Fig.6-27: W83627UHG Serial Port 1 Configuration ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 54
Fig.6-28: W83627UHG Super IO Configuration -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 54
Fig.6-29: H/W Monitor Configuration --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 55
Fig.6-30: Serial Port Console Redirection Configuration --------------------------------------------------------------------- 56
Fig.6-31: 15 PCI Configuration ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 57
Fig.6-32: Power Control Configuration-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 58
Fig.6-33: Advanced Configuration-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 59
Fig.6-34: Boot ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 60
Fig.6-35: Security ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 61
Fig.6-36: Save and Exit---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 62
Fig.6-37: Touch calibration procedure--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 63
Fig.6-38: Brightness Control procedure ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 65
Fig.7-1: Front view of 10.4“Panel PC system ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 70
Fig.7-2: Front view of 15“Panel PC system -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 70
Fig.7-3: Front view of 17“Panel PC system -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 71
Fig.7-4: Rear & Right-side view of 10.4” Panel PC System ----------------------------------------------------------------- 72
Fig.7-5: Rear & Right-side view of 15” Panel PC System -------------------------------------------------------------------- 72
Fig.7-6: Rear & Right-side view of 17” Panel PC System -------------------------------------------------------------------- 73
Fig.7-7: Wall mount kit Top & Side View ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 73
List of Tables
Table 5-1: Electrical Specifications for the Panel System ------------------------------------------------------------------- 20
Table 5-2: Control indicators of the system ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 21
Table 5-3: System status-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 21
Table 5-4: HDD Working status ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 22
Table 6-1: Cut-out Dimension by Panel size ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 40
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1.1 Symbols used in this manual
Symbol
Denotation
This symbol
general information about the product and the user’s guide.
This symbol
detail information about the specific product configuration.
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2. Important Instructions
This chapter includes instructions which must be carefully followed when the Operator Interface Computer system,
IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99, is used. The manufacturer’s instructions provide helpful information on your
system.
2.1 Notes on the Warranty
Due to their limited service life, parts which, by their nature, are especially subject to wear down (wearing parts)
are not included in the guarantee beyond the legal stipulations.
2.2 Exclusion of Accident Liability Obligation
American Industrial Systems, Inc. shall be exempted from the statutory accident liability obligation if users fail to
abide by the safety instructions.
2.3 Liability Limitation / Exemption from the Warranty Obligation
In the event of damage to the PPC unit caused by failure to abide by the hints in this manual and on the unit
(especially the safety instructions), American Industrial Systems, Inc. shall not be required to respect the warranty
even during the warranty period and shall be free from the statutory accident liability obligation.
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3. Safety Instructions
This section should be carefully read and please abide by the instructions for your own safety and right use
of the unit.
The chapter also includes information on approval and interference inhibition of your unit. Please abide by the
warnings and instructions on the unit and in the manual.
The Operator Interface Computer system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99, Panel system was built and tested by
American Industrial Systems, Inc. in accordance to and kept the company in a perfectly safe condition.
In order to retain this condition and make sure safe operation, the users must abide by the instructions and warnings
The unit must be used in accordance with the instructions of usage.
The electrical installations in the room must not violate the requirements of the local (country-specific) regulations.
Pay cautious attention that there are no cables, especially power cables, in areas where persons can go over them.
Only use the power cord supplied with the package. Don’t use injured or damaged power cords.
Hints for DC power connection: The DC power source should be able to be switched off and on via an isolating
switch. The unit is only completely disconnected from the DC main power source, when the DC power cord is
disconnected either from the power source or the unit. Therefore, the DC power cord and its connectors must always
remain within reach.
Hints for AC power connection via external AC/DC adapter: The main power cable of the optional external
AC/DC adapter serves as disconnecting device. For this reason the outlet of the AC power source must be located
near to the device and be easily reached.
Never place the unit under direct sunlight, near heat sources or in a humid place. Make sure the unit has proper
ventilation.
Only units and components which meet the requirements of an SELV circuit (safety extra low voltage) in
compliance with EN60950 can be connected to the interfaces of the system.
All plugs on the connection cables must be screwed or locked to the housing.
The Operator Interface Computer panel system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99, designed to be used in upright
position with the I/O interfaces downwards.
The unit generates heat under operation condition. Make sure it is properly ventilated. Never cover up the air
intake and exhaust openings of the unit. Do not impede the fins of the heat sink.
Repairs may only be operated by specialists or technicians qualified and authorized by American Industrial
Systems, Inc.
Maintenance or repair on the open unit may only be operated by specialists or technicians qualified and authorized
by American Industrial Systems, Inc. who are familiar with the related hazards.
When accessing to internal components, users must switch off the unit and disconnect it from the power source.
Only original accessories (or suggested optional parts) approved and supplied by American Industrial Systems, Inc.
The DC-input must meet SELV requirements of EN60950-1 standard.
Assumption of safe operation no longer possible must be taken,
- if the unit has obvious damage or
- if the unit no more functions.
Under such cases that the unit must be shut down and secured against any unintended operation.
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3.1 Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
A sudden discharge of electrostatic electricity can damage electrostatic-sensitive devices or circuit.
Adequate packaging and grounding techniques are essential fundamentals to avoid damage. Following
precautions should be always taken:
1. Deliver printed circuit boards in electrostatic-safe containers such as cartons, boxes or anti-static bags.
2. Keep electrostatic-sensitive parts in their containers until they reach an electrostatic-free station.
3. Follow adequate grounding when a sensitive PCB, components, or assemblies are touched.
4. Store electrostatic-sensitive PCB’s in a protective packaging or on conductive foam.
3.2 Grounding Methods
Protect against electrostatic damage of the unit by taking the following preventative measures:
1. Cover workstations with approved anti-electrostatic material. Provide a wrist strap connected to a working bench
and properly grounded tools and equipment.
2. For extra protection by using anti-electrostatic mats, heel straps, or air ionizers.
3. Handle electrostatic-sensitive components, PCB’s, and assemblies with care nearby the case or the edge of the
board.
4. Prevent contact with pins, leads, or circuitry.
5. Switch off power and input signals before plugging and removing connectors or test equipment.
6. Keep the work area free from non-conductive materials such as ordinary plastic assembly aids and Styrofoam.
7. Use field service tools with conductivity, such as screwdrivers, pliers, and vacuum cleaners.
8. Always put drives and PCBs with the component-side down on the working bench.
3.3 Instructions for the Lithium Battery
Warning
Danger of explosion when wrong type of battery is replaced. Replacement only with the same type or
equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
Do not throw away used CMOS batteries to domestic waste. Throw away the battery according to the local
regulations dealing with the disposal of these special materials (e. g. to the collecting points for disposal of
batteries).
3.4 FCC Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limi ts for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection from harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the users will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
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3.5 Electromagnetic Compatibility
The Operator Interface Computer panel system, IP10IA99/IP15IA99/IP17IA99, has been designed for industrial use.
The most recent version of the EMC guidelines (EMC Directive 2004/108/EC) is applied. If the users modify and/or
add to the equipment (e.g. installation of add-on cards), the prerequisites for the CE conformity declaration (safety
requirements) may be not applicable any more.
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4. Goods of Delivery
Panel 10.4”
IP10IA99-A1
Panel 15”
IP15IA99-A1
Panel 17”
IP17IA99-A1
IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99 Panel PC series
Panel Mount Kit
Panel 10.4”
IP10IA99-A1
8 pieces
Panel 15”
IP15IA99-A1
16 pieces
Panel 17”
IP17IA99-A1
16 pieces
Open Lead DC Power Cable
Power Cord ( US & EU )
AC/DC Adapter (24V/75W) with
Power Cord (compliant with
EU/US requirement)
Optional Wall-mount bracket or
Support bracket (for DIN Rail
Clip) of the AC/DC Adapter
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Optional AC/DC Adapter
Housing for Wall-mount or DIN
Rail Mount.
1x DIN Rail Clip (Optional) for
standard 35mm DIN Rail
4.1. Label and Product Identification
The label is placed at the rear side of the unit, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99 Panel PC series. These model & part
numbers correspond to the model & part numbers for certification tested by UL, and other certifying agencies. On the
label of the system, the “bracket”
is replaced by alphanumeric characters combination according to the
configuration of ordered systems.
Fig.4-1: Label on the unit
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5. Product Description
The Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99, is a
Human-Machine-Interface (HMI) system with integrated a 5-wire Resistive Touch Screen designed for harsh
industrial applications.
The ruggedness design with a brilliant mechanical firmness indicates the top qualities of a Panel PC suitable for the
operation in strict industrial environment.
Before you begin using your Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 /
IP17IA99, you should take a few minutes to learn about the various ports, bays, connectors and indicators that are
part of your Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99, as well as
the components that compose your system.
The Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99, has many special
features
Lower Power ATOM 1.66GHz N455 Processor and Fan-free System.
In front of the touch panel, a complete overlay (DIN42115-2) with anti-reflection is attached.
The complete overlay in front of touch panel and bezel (stainless steel or aluminum) protects the display from
dust, water and accidental contact.
5-pin terminal block connector for power inlet from the adaptor to the unit. 3-pin is the power (V+ / NC / V-)
supplied from a wide input range DC +12V ~ +24V (± 20% tolerance); while the other 2-pin serves the UPS-like
purpose. If the AC power source is failed and no power inputs to the DC adaptor, the other 2-pin on the right side
of the connector can supply the power to the unit from the standby UPS.
The I/O is a flexible design, main combination with 2x RS-232/422/485 ports (COM1, 2), 1x VGA port, 2x USB
1.1/2.0 ports, 2x Gigabit Ethernet ports. In addition, users may select expandable I/O combination of RS-232 port
(COM3), 2x USB 1.1/2.0 ports for different application demands.
Indicators of 1x Power LED (front side), 1x HDD LED and 2nd Power LED (rear side) are designed.
“Power On after AC Power Loss” - when the power is supplied again, it will start Auto Power On (default setting in
BIOS).
HDD and CF card are easily accessible for installation and maintenance.
Brightness of Panel PC is adjustable by users through application software (API) of the OS system.
The selectable RS-232/422/485 function can be set through BIOS.
When powering on the Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 /
IP15IA99 / IP17IA99, please make sure that the air intake and exhaust openings are not blocked.
Features of ease-of-use, slim-type, fan-free, noise-less and low power consumption should be emphasized as well.
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Outlook of the Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99.
Fig.5-1:Top view of the IP15IA99 Panel PC System (15”)
Fig.5-2:
Fig.5-3
Front view of the IP15IA99 Panel PC System (15”)
Right view
Fig.5-4:
Left view
Fig.5-5: Bottom view of the IP15IA99 Panel PC System (15”)
Fig.5-6: Rear view of the IP15IA99 Panel PC System (15”)
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Fig.5-7: Top view of the IP10IA99 Panel PC System (10”)
Fig.5-8:
Fig.5-9
Front view of the IP10IA99 Panel PC System (10”)
Right view
Fig.5-10:
Left view
Fig.5-11: Bottom view of the IP10IA99 Panel PC System (10”)
Fig.5-12: Rear view of the IP10IA99 Panel PC System (10”)
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5.1 Front Side View
Fig.5-13 Front view of the IP15IA99 Panel PC System (15”)
1
Complete overlay on the front bezel of
Stainless Steel or Aluminum
4
Power Button
2
Logo (optional)
5
LED as Power indicator
3
10.4"/15"/17” TFT-LCD display with 5-Wire
Touch Screen
All versions are suitable for installation in an instrument panel or other cabinet. On the front side are located:
Front Bezel (Stainless Steel or Aluminum front bezel with customized complete overlay of PET) for the
10.4"/15"/17” display.
Display (10.4"/15"/17”) with corresponding 5-Wire Resistive Touch Screen.
Power Button and LED as Power Indicator
Depending on the size of the integrated display (10.4"/15"/17”), the outline dimensions of display unit are:
Dimension [mm]
15" Display
17" Display
IP10IA99
IP15IA99
IP17IA99
Front Bezel of Stainless Steel (W x H)
314 x 253
425.4 x 330
437 x 375
Front Bezel of Aluminum (W x H)
314 x 253
425.4 x 330
437 x 375
Front cut-out for display (W x H)
213.58 x 160.75
305.5 x 229.5
338.2 x 269.7
Rear side enclosure (W x H x D)
294 x 234 x 50
406.4 x 311 x 53.4
418 x 356 x 58.4
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5.1.1 10.4"/15"/17" Display with Touch Screen
Depending on the ordered Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 panel system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 /
IP17IA99, the built-in display is a 10.4" or 15" or 17” display. For technical specification of the built-in display, please
refer to the section of “Technical Data” in this manual.
The display is designed with a 5-Wire Resistive Touch Screen. The surface of the display is also mechanically
protected through the touch screen. The touch screen (USB interface) registers contacts of a finger or a pen and
allows moving the mouse pointer. Use a stylus for best results. It functions only under integration of the necessary
software. Users get the corresponding touch screen driver for their operating system, installed on the Operator
Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 panel system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99 Panel system.
Do not use a hard or a pointed object (like screw drivers or pliers) to operate the touch screen, because
such an action will damage the surface of touch screen.
5.1.2 Front Panel Care and Cleaning (Chemical Resistance)
Mild detergent and water, or isopropyl alcohol is recommended for cleaning. Use of solvents with strong acidity or
alkalinity, which could react with the paint or printed color or plastic, should be avoided.
The overlay or the touch screen surface is subject to burning and scaring from direct heat sources such as lighters or
cigarettes. The front display is sealed against water and dust.
The front surface of the touch screen is a flexible plastic membrane, so care should be taken to avoid using sharp
objects such as blade of knife, pen or pencil tips. Sharp objects can permanently damage the functionality of the
touch screen.
The unit without a touch screen has a polycarbonate shield which might be scratched by an object sharp enough. For
detailed information, please refer to the following content.
Fig.5-14 : Chemical resistance for the area of textured paint
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Chemical Properties
Resistant to:
Alcohol
Resistance
Diluted acids
Diluted alkalis
Ester
Hydrocarbon
Ketones
surfaces withstand exposure of more than 24 hours
duration under DIN 42 115 Part 2 to the mentioned
chemicals without visible change
Household cleaning reagents
NOTES:
Please remember that information and measurements mentioned above come from general known data. These tests
were done under the laboratory conditions, and don’t represent an actual operation conditions. The relatively short
Lab test doesn’t mean to meet all influences (e.g. possible additives or dirtiness) which can exist at long-term service.
Before using the front bezel, it is necessary to remember all conditions of each application and all possible impacts to
materials of front bezel. e.g. an injurious effect of some aggressive substances can be advanced by higher
temperatures. Also a permanent deformation or mechanical erosion of surfaces can reduce a chemica l resistance of
used materials.
5.2. Bottom View
Fig.5-15 : I/O View
1
2
2 x USB 1.1/2.0 ports (Default) or 1x RS-232
port for Additional ( Extension )
1 x RS-232 port (COM3) (Default) or 2x USB
1.1/2.0 ports for Additional (Extension)
8
1 x Power LED
9
1x System Power Switch
3
2 x RS-232/422/485 ports (COM1, 2)
10
1 x Reset Switch
4
1x VGA port
11
1x 5-pin Terminal block connector
5
2x USB 1.1/2.0 ports
12
Panel mount holes
6
2x Gigabit Ethernet ports
13
Front panel of the system with seal at the rear side
7
1 x HDD LED
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5.3. Power, Control Indicators, Reset and Grounding
5.3.1 Power Connector
Fig.5-16: DC Power connector on the bottom (rear) side of the OIC Panel system
The DC Power connector (refer to Fig.5-15, #11 and Fig.5-16) provides the power connection of the Operator
Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99 to the main power source via the
DC power cable or the AC/DC adapter.
5-pin terminal block connector for power inlet from the adaptor to the unit. 3-pin is the power (V+ / NC / V-)
supplied from a wide input range DC +12V ~ +24V (± 20% tolerance); while the other 2-pin serves the UPS-like
purpose. If the AC power source is failed and no power inputs to the DC adaptor, the other 2-pin on the right side
of the connector can supply the power to the unit from the standby UPS.
Table 5-1: Electrical Specifications for the Panel System
System Type
Product
Input
Operator Interface
Computer 10"/15"/17”
NEMA4 system
IP10IA99
24V DC 1.49A max.
12V DC 2.93A max.
IP15IA99
24V DC 1.73A max.
12V DC 3.46A max.
IP17IA99
24V DC 2.18A max.
12V DC 4.16A max.
5.3.1.1 Power Button and Power LED
The Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99, provides a power
button (refer to #4, Fig.5-13) and a power LED (refer to #5, Fig.5-13) on the front panel.
The power button allows to Power ON/OFF Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 /
IP15IA99 / IP17IA99, depending on the settings for the power button in BIOS Setup (default setting is Power/After
Power Failure/ON).
The power LEDs show the ON/OFF state of the system. The OIC (Operator Interface Computer) 10"/15"/17”
NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99 is equipped with a power LED on the front panel (refer to Fig.5-17).
An additional power LED (PWR) is available on bottom (rear) side of the system (refer Fig.5-18).
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Table 5-2: Control indicators of the system
OIC (Operator Interface Computer) 10"/15"/17”
NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99
Power Button (on the front panel)
available
Power LED (on the front panel)
available
Power LED (on the rear bottom side)
available
The system is
connected to a
DC power source
10"/15”/17”
Power Button
(front)
Off
On
Table 5-3: System status
Power LED
Power LED
(front)
(rear bottom)
orange (standby)
green
Fig.5-17-1: Close-up on front panel
of 10"/15”/17”, Power button and
LED as power indicator on the lower
right front side of the unit.
orange (standby)
green
Status of Panel System,
IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 /
IP17IA99
The system is in standby.
The system is running.
Fig.5-17-2: Close-up on I/O of 10"/15”/17”,
Power LED and Reset button on the bottom (rear
side) of the unit.
Fig.5-18 Adjust the switch to the left position to enable the PWR button on the front bezel. It ’s a
protective mechanism.
Hints for DC power connection:
The DC power source should be able to be switched off and on via an isolating switch.
The unit is only completely disconnected from the DC main power source, when the DC power cord is
disconnected either from the power source or the unit. Therefore, the DC power cord and its connectors
must always remain easily accessible.
Hints for AC power connection via the optional external AC/DC adapter (not included):
The main power cable of the external AC/DC adapter serves as disconnec ting device. For this reason the
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outlet of the AC power source must be located near to the device and be easily accessible.
5.3.1.2 Reset Button
To restart the system, e.g. after a system hang-up, press the “RESET” button (Fig.15-18). The system
restarts automatically; you don’t have to switch the computer off and on. During a reset all data in the main
memory will be erased.
5.3.1.3 HDD LED
The HDD LEDs show the ON/OFF state of the system. The Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system,
IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99, is designed with a HDD LED on the bottom (rear) side of the system (Fig.5-18).
Table 5-4: HDD Working status
HDD Work
HDD LED (rear)
10.4" and 15" PPC
Off
N/A
On
Green
5.3.2 Interfaces (Rear, Bottom Side of the System)
Fig.5-19: I/O interface
1
2 x USB 1.1/2.0 ports (Default) or 1x RS-232 port
for Additional ( Extension )
7
1 x HDD LED
2
1 x RS-232 port (COM3) (Default) or 2x USB
1.1/2.0 ports for Additional (Extension)
8
1 x Power LED
9
1x System Power Switch
3
2 x RS-232/422/485 ports (COM1, 2)
4
1x VGA port
10
1 x Reset Switch
5
2x USB 1.1/2.0 ports
11
1x 5-pin Terminal block connector
6
2x Gigabit Ethernet ports
Fig.5-20 Expansion I/O on 15’/ 17”
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Fig.5-21 Expansion I/O on 10.4”
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5.3.2.1 USB Connectors
The system is equipped at the bottom side (rear) with two USB 1.1/2.0 interface connectors and two
USB1.1/2.0 for additional Extension (#1 and #5, Fig.5-19). These connectors provide connections for
USB-compatible devices.
5.3.2.2 COM port Serial Interface Connector
This RS232/RS422/RS485 connection (marked as COM1, COM2) (#2 and #3, Fig.5-19) are available, and RS232
connection (marked as COM3, COM4) for extensional selection as 2*5 Pin Box Header/2mm Right Angle connectors
(female) and provides connection RS232 for serial devices.
5.3.2.3 LAN1 and LAN2 Ethernet Interface Connectors
These interface connectors (#6, Fig.5-19) are provided as RJ45 sockets with integrated LEDs.
Ethernet Port
Data Transfer Rate
LAN1
10/100/1000 Mbps
LAN2
10/100/1000 Mbps
Ethernet LED States: Left LED State
Link Activity State
Right LED State
Link Speed
Off
No Active
Off
10 Base-T
Yellow
Active
Green
100 Base-T
Orange
1000 Base-T
5.3.2.4 VGA Interface Connector
An external (analog) monitor can be plugged into this interface ( #4, Fig. 5-19) which is provided as a 15-pin D-SUB
socket.
5.4 Top View
Fig.5-22: Rear side of the system (shown as 10.4” IP10IA99 )
1
HDD slot (SATA)
2
Cover the obstructs the access to the CF-slot
3
Panel Mounting Slots with installed mounting clamp and screw
4
Front panel with seal on the rear side
5
Screws that secure the cover on the top side
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When powering on the Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 /
IP17IA99, make sure that the air intake and exhaust openings are not obstructed.
The Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99, is configured with
an internal 2.5" SATA HDD inside an easily removable bracket and also configurable with CF-slot protected with a
cover (refer to #2, Fig.5-22) in order to prevent it from intrusion access.
5.5 Left and Right Side View
Fig.5-23: Right side of the 10.4” IP10IA99
Fig.5-24: Left side of the 10.4” IP10IA99
Legend for Fig.5-23 and Fig.5-24:
1
Front panel of the system with seal at the rear
side
5
Screws that secure the cover on the left
and right side
2
Enclosure of the display
6
Mounting slots with installed mounting
clamp and Allen Screw
3
Cover
7
Power On/off switch (Enabled/ Disabled)
4
Operation System (OS) license sticker, type
label of the Operator Interface Computer
10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 /
IP15IA99 / IP17IA99, with C-UL Listing Mark
and Label
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5.6 Rear View
Fig.5-25: Rear side of the system ( shown as 10.4” IP10IA99)
1
Front panel of the system with seal at the
rear side
5
Screws that secure the cover on the rear
side
2
Mounting clamp and Allen Screw for
mounting to a sub-frame
6
Interface side
3
Label of IPxxIA99 product designation
7
Enclosure of the display
4
Threaded hole [marked red in the picture
only (4x for mounting the VESA® 75/100
compliant, adapter plate); refer to the
“VESA® Mounting Plate (Optional)”]
8
Cover that obstructs the access to the
CF-slot
9
Cover
5.7 DC or AC Power Connection
The Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99, can be connected to
a DC power source via a DC power cable (included) and optionally to an AC power source via an AC/DC adapter (not
included).
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5.7.1 DC power cable
The external AC/DC power adapter is an optional part. If ordered, the AC/DC power adapter will be delivered with two
main power cords.
Open Lead Cable ( 2m )
Fig.5-26: External Open Lead Cable supplied with the IPxxIA99 Panel system
5.7.2 External AC/DC Adapter
The external AC/DC power adapter is an optional part. If ordered, the AC/DC power adapter will be delivered with
two main power cords.
Fig.5-27: External AC/DC 24V/75W adapter supplied with the IPxxIA99 Panel system
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Electrical Specifications for the AC/DC Adapter
AC Input
DC Output
100-240V
24V DC
1.2A
3.125A
50-60Hz
For connecting to the system and power refer to “Connecting to Power”.
Electrical Specifications for the Panel System
System Type
Product
Operator Interface Computer
10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system
IP10IA99
Input
24V DC
1.49A max.
12V DC
2.93A max.
IP15IA99
24V DC
12V DC
1.73A max.
3.46A max.
IP17IA99
24V DC
2.18A max.
12V DC
4.16A max.
5.8. Accessing Internal Components
This section contains important information that you must read before accessing the internal components. You
must follow these procedures properly when handling any board components of the system.
Before removing the cover of the Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 /
IP15IA99 / IP17IA99, in order to gain access to the internal components, the system must be powered-down
and the power cord has to be disconnected from the power source .
The system may only be opened in accordance with the description in this user’s manual for:
Configuration of the RS422 / RS485 interface. (Refer to COM port mode by BIOS setting)
These procedures have to be carried-out only by qualified specialist personnel.
It is not allowed to operate the system without installed cover.
Please observe the safety instruction for handling assemblies with static sensitive device. Failure to take heed
of this warning instruction can result in damage to the device.
6. System Installation
The Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99, is delivered
with pre-installed operating system. According to the ordered system configuration all drivers are installed. The
system is fully operational at the first start-up.
6.1 H/W Installation
6.1.1 Jumping Setting
You may configure the Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99,
to match the needs of your application by setting Jumpers on Main board. To select any option, cover the jumper cap
over (SHORT) or remove (NC) it from the jumper pins according to the following instructions. Here NC stands for “Not
Connect”.
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*
Fig.6-1: Top-side Jumper and Connector Locations
Connector
Description
Remark
Jumper Setting
JP1
JP2/J3
CMOS Setup
COM3 Pin 9 Function Setup
JP4
LCD Panel Voltage Setup
JP5
COM2 Pin 9 Function Setup
JP6
LCD Panel Inverter ON/OFF Signal Setup
Connector
J1
Compact Flash Type II Connector
J2
Case Open Detect Connector (1*2 Pin wafer/2mm)
J3
LPC Debug Card Connector (2*5Pin cut Pin 9 Header /2.54mm)
J4
GPIO Connector (2*5 Pin Header/2mm)
J5
Power output Connector for SATA device (1*3 Pin wafer/2.5mm Right Angle)
J6
SATA Port 1 Connector (Single Right Angle)
J7
USB Port 2~3 Connector (2*5 Pin Box Header/2mm Right Angle)
J8
USB Port 4~5 Connector (2*5 Pin Box Header/2mm Right Angle)
J9
COM3 (RS-232) Connector (2*5 Pin Box Header/2mm Right Angle)
J10
Mini-PCIe Connector
J11
COM4 (RS-232) Connector (2*5 Pin Box Header/2mm Right Angle)
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J12
COM2 (RS-232/422/485) Connector (2*5 Pin Box Header/2mm Right Angle)
J13
LCD Backlight Power Connector (1*5 Pin wafer/2mm)
J14
LCD LVDS Connector (2*15 Pin Hirose/1.25mm)
J15
Touch Panel Connector (1*5 Pin Header/2.54mm)
J16
Front Panel Connector (1*4 Pin Wafer/2mm)
J17
Power output Connector for SATA device (1*3 Pin wafer/2.5mm Right Angle)
J18
SATA Port 0 Connector (Single Right Angle)
J19
XC3S200A JTAG Connector (1*6 Pin Header/2mm)
J20
LAN1 RJ-45 Connector
J21
LAN2 RJ-45 Connector
J22
USB Port 0~1 Connector (Type A)
J23
COM1 (RS-232/422/485) Connector (D-SUB9)
J24
VGA Connector (D-SUB 15 Pin female)
J25
Power Input Connector (Terminal Blocks 5Px1/3.81mm female)
SW1
Front Panel Power on Switch ON/OFF slide
SW2
Power on Switch (Push Button)
SW3
H/W System Reset Switch (Push Button)
D45
Status Display LED (1x2 LED Array)
JP1: CMOS Setup
PIN NO.
1-2
2-3
DESCRIPTION
Normal (Keep CMOS Setup)
Clear CMOS Setup
JP2/ JP4/JP5/ JP8: COM3/COM4/COM2/ COM1 Pin 9 Function Setup
1-2
Short
NC
NC
PIN NO.
3-4
NC
Short
NC
DESCRIPTION
5-6
NC
NC
Short
+5V Output
RI Function (Default)
+12V Output
JP4: LCD Panel Voltage Setup
1-3
Short
NC
NC
PIN NO.
3-5
NC
Short
NC
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3-4
NC
NC
Short
DESCRIPTION
Voltage
+3.3V TFT LCD (Default)
+5V TFT LCD
+12V TFT LCD
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JP6: LCD Panel Inverter ON/OFF Signal Setup
PIN NO.
1-3
Short
DESCRIPTION
2-4
Short
+5V High Active (Default)
DESCRIPTION
PIN NO.
1-3
Short
4-6
Short
+12V High Active
DESCRIPTION
PIN NO.
2-4
Short
3-5
Short
+5V Low Active
DESCRIPTION
PIN NO.
3-5
Short
4-6
Short
+12V Low Active
JP7 & JP9: LCD Panel Type Setup
(1-2)
Open
Open
JP7
(3-4)
Open
Short
(5-6)
Short
Open
(1-2)
Open
Short
JP9
(2-3)
Short
Open
DESCRIPTION
LVDS Signal
1CH 18 Bits
1CH 24 Bits (Default)
Open
Open
Open
Short
Open
2CH 24 Bits
JP10: LCD Backlight Dimming Setup
1-3
Short
NC
NC
NC
PIN NO.
2-4
NC
Short
NC
NC
DESCRIPTION
3-5
NC
NC
Short
NC
4-6
NC
NC
NC
Short
MAX +3.3V (Software adj.)
MAX +3.5V
MAX +5V (Software adj.)
MIN 2.3V
6.1.2 Connector
J1: Compact Flash Type II Connector
J2: Case Open Detect Connector (1*2 Pin wafer/2mm)
PIN NO.
1
2
DESCRIPTION
Case Open sensor
GND
J3: LPC Debug Card Connector (2*5Pin cut Pin 9 Header /2.54mm)
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J4: GPIO Connector (2*5 Pin Header/2mm)
PIN NO.
1
3
5
7
9
DESCRIPTION
GPIO Port1
GPIO Port2
GPIO Port3
GPIO Port4
GND
PIN NO.
2
4
6
8
10
DESCRIPTION
GPIO Port5
GPIO Port6
GPIO Port7
GPIO Port8
+5V
J5/J17: Power output Connector for SATA device (1*3 Pin wafer/2.5mm Right Angle)
PIN NO.
1
2
3
DESCRIPTION
+ 12V
GND
+ 5V
J6/J18: SATA Port 1 Connector (Single Right Angle)
J7/J8: USB Port 2~3 /Port 4~5 Connector (2*5 Pin Box Header/2mm Right Angle)
PIN NO.
1
3
5
7
9
DESCRIPTION
+ 5V (Port 2)
USB_D2USB_D2+
GND
NC
PIN NO.
2
4
6
8
10
DESCRIPTION
+ 5V (Port 3)
USB_D3USB_D3+
GND
NC
PIN NO.
1
3
5
7
9
DESCRIPTION
+ 5V (Port 4)
USB_D4USB_D4+
GND
NC
PIN NO.
2
4
6
8
10
DESCRIPTION
+ 5V (Port 5)
USB_D5USB_D5+
GND
NC
J9: COM2/COM3/COM4 Connector (2*5 Pin Box Header/2mm Right Angle)
PIN NO. DESCRIPTION
1
DCD 2/3/4
3
TXD 2/3/4
5
GND
7
RTS 2/3/4
9
RI 2/3/4
PIN NO. DESCRIPTION
2
RXD 2/3/4
4
DTR 2/3/4
6
DSR 2/3/4
8
CTS 2/3/4
10
NC
J10: Mini-PCIe Connector
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J13: LCD Backlight Power Connector (1*5 Pin wafer/2mm)
PIN NO.
Description
1
2
3
4
5
LCD_ENBLT
GND
+12V
LCD_BLADJ
+5V
J14: LCD LVDS Connector (2*15 Pin Hirose/1.25mm)
PIN NO.
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
Description
YAP0
YAP1
YAP2
YAP3
CLKAP
YBP0
YBP1
YBP2
YBP3
CLKBP
DDCPCLK
GND
GND
+LVDS
NC
PIN NO.
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
Description
YAM0
YAM1
YAM2
YAM3
CLKAM
YBM0
YBM1
YBM2
YBM3
CLKBM
DDCPDATA
NC
GND
+LVDS
+LVDS
J15: Touch Panel Connector (1*6 Pin Header/2.54mm)
PIN NO.
1
2
3
4
5
DESCRIPTION
UL
UR
Probe
LL
LR
J16: Front Panel Connector (1*4 Pin Wafer/2mm)
PIN NO.
1
2
3
4
DESCRIPTION
LED (Hi: Green LED +; Low: Orange LED -)
LED (Hi: Orange LED+; Low: Green LED-)
Power Button
Power Button
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J19: XC3S200A JTAG Connector (1*6 Pin Header/2mm)
PIN NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
J20:
J21:
J22:
J23:
J24:
J25:
DESCRIPTION
+3.3V
GND
TCK
TDO
TDI
TMS
LAN1 RJ-45 Connector
LAN2 RJ-45 Connector
USB Port 0~1 Connector (Type A)
COM1 (RS-232/422/485) Connector (D-SUB9)
VGA Connector (D-SUB 15 Pin female)
Power Input Connector (Terminal Blocks 5Px1/3.81mm female)
PIN NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
Backup Vin +
Backup Vin GND EARTH
VinVin+
SW1: Front Panel Power on Switch ON/OFF slide
SW2: Power on Switch (Push Button)
SW3: H/W System Reset Switch (Push Button)
D45: Status Display LED (1x2 LED Array)
Place
DESCRIPTION
Up
Low
IDE Active LED (RED)
Power LED (Power on: Green) (Power input: Orange)
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6.1.3 Insert Memory module
The Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99, is fully integrated at
system assembly line before shipment. It’s not necessary for end users to do any assembly unless installing the
optional HDD, RAM, CF and Power Input. Installation of these optional components is described below.
1. Unscrew the IPC back cover to detach it
2. Remove the IPC back cover
3. Insert Memory module to the slot.
4. Press down the Memory module and finish.
Figure 6-2: Installation of Memory
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6.1.4 Serial ATA Hard Disk Installation Method
Unlike IDE bus, each Serial ATA (SATA) channel can only connect to one SATA hard disk at a time; there are total two
connectors, J6 and J18. The installation of Serial ATA is simpler and easier than IDE, because SATA hard disk doesn ’t
require setting up Master and Slave, which can reduce mistake of hardware installation. The step 1 to 6 is HDD
installation, and step 6 to 1 is HDD un-installation.
1. The removable HDD tray on the upper left side.
2. Fix the anti-vibration washers on HDD tray first
3. Fix the HDD to the removable tray with screws
4. Connect the HDD SATA cable & power cable and apply
sticker cloth as illustrated.
5. Put the fixed HDD tray back to the cover
6. Screw the HDD tray and finish.
Unscrewing the removable HDD tray shouldn’t be operated unless the unit is turned off and the tray is not hot.
Fig.6-3 : The procedure of HDD installation
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6.1.5 CF Card Installation
1. Unscrew the side bracket of back cover
2. Remove the side bracket
3. Insert New CF card to CF socket carefully
4. Insert New CF card to CF socket carefully
5. Complete insertion (Ejection by pressing the
elastic stick on the right side, if necessary.)
6. Screw the side bracket and finish.
Fig.6-4 : Side View of CF Card Insertion
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6.1.6 DC Power Input Installation
6.1.6.1 AC/DC Power adaptor installation
1. Female type 5-pin terminal block connector.
2. Insert and fix the connector according to power
definition (left 3-pin)
Fig.6-5 : Power adaptor installation
6.2 Panel and External AC/DC Adapter Mounting
6.2.1 Panel Mounting
All Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99, configurations
come in the delivering status with mounted mounting clamps (Fig.6-10, depending on the ordered system). These
mounting clamps have to be removed at first in order to install the system into a sub -frame or a panel. Loosen the
screws enough to allow the removing of the mounting clamps from the enclosure (but do not e ntirely remove the
screws from clamps).
First of all, check the wall thickness and the cut-out dimension, then insert the mounting kit step by step as the
following illustration.
Fig.6-6: Cut-out definition
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Fig.6-7: Panel cut-out dimension for IP10IA99
Fig.6-8: Panel cut-out dimension for IP15IA99
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Fig.6-9: Panel cut-out dimension for IP17IA99
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Table 6-1: Cut-out Dimension by Panel size.
(mm)
A
B
C
D
Mounting Kits
IP10IA99
6.5
46.0
297.0
236.0
8
IP15IA99
7.0
49.4
408.5
313.0
16
IP17IA99
10.0
52.4
422.0
360.0
16
Hook Clip
Screw the Clip tightly (Spec
1.35 N )
Hook the mounting clamps with screws
(included) from the rear side of the panel
Fig.6-10 : Mounting kit step by step
In order to ensure NEMA 4 front sealing against dust and water, mount the system on a non-textured
surface. Before you install Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99
/ IP17IA99, into a panel or a sub-frame for industrial cabinet, verify the perfect condition of the seal at the
rear of the front plate. The seal has to be in place without injury/defects and dirt.
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6.2.2 VESA® Mounting Plate (Optional)
The OIC (Operator Interface Computer) 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99,
can be installed with the provided (as optional part) VESA® 75/100 compliant adapter plate (refer to #4,
Fig.5-25).
Each VESA® 75/100 compliant mounting plate must be fasten to the Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17”
NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99, with four M4 x 4 metric screws (included).
Do not use longer screws than the original screws provided. Using longer screws may do harm to the internal
components of the system.
6.2.3 Wall Mounting of the External AC/DC Adapter
In order to fix the AC/DC adapter for mounting onto a wall, a wall mount plate and housing are included. For DIN Rail
mounting, a DIN Rail clip is included which can be mounted to the rear side of wall mount plate. The available
mounting holes of the wall mount plate allow attaching the adapter to a wall in a vertical as well as a horizontal
position.
Fig.6-11: Inside of the wall mount plate for the
AC/DC adapter
Fig.6-12: Housing for the AC/DC adapter (only for
wall mounting)
Fig.6-13: Rear side of the mounting plate without
DIN Rail clip
Fig.6-14: Mounting plate with DIN Rail clip
Description for Fig.6-11, Fig.6-12, Fig.6-13, and Fig.6-14:
1
Key holes for mounting to a wall in
horizontal or vertical position
5
Housing for the AC/DC adapter (only for wall
mounting)
2
Anchor slots of the mounting plate (to hook
6
Anchor latches of the housing
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in the housing for the AC/DC adapter)
3
Threaded holes for securing the housing
with AC/DC adapter to the wall mount plate
7
4x mounting holes for the DIN Rails clip that
allow the clip mounting
4
Latch with captive screws, slotted flat head
for securing the housing with AC/DC adapter
to the wall mount plate
8
DIN Rail clip
In order to attach the AC/DC adapter (Fig.5-27) onto the wall mount plate, follow these steps (Fig.6-11):
1. Insert the AC/DC adapter (Fig.5-27) into the cavity of the AC/DC adapter enclosure (Fig.6-12).
2. Position the enclosure (with inserted AC/DC adapter) against the wall mount plate and slide the enclosure carefully
downwards in order to hook the anchor latches of the enclosure (#6, Fig.6-12) into the anchor slots (#2, Fig.6-11).
3. The enclosure will be shifted downwards until the latch with captive screws of the enclosure ( #4, Fig.6-12) and the
threaded holes (#3, Fig.6-11) of the wall-mount plate are aligned.
4. Tighten on the captive screws. The captive screws must be firmly tightened.
6.3 Getting started
The Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99, is designed to be
powered from a DC power source via the included DC power cable. In order to use an AC power source as main
power source, an AC/DC adapter (not included) can be ordered.
- Before using your system, you should first become familiar with the system components and check that
everything is connected properly. Following a proper cabling procedure will prevent a false power -on
condition, which could result in unit operational failure.
- Also, it is recommended that the last cable attached to the s ystem should be the power cable.
6.3.1 Connecting to DC Power Source
The Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99, will be connected
to DC power source using the supplied DC power cable (refer to Fig.5-26)
Fig.6-15
Connecting to DC power source with open lead cable
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1. Connect the 5-pin DC power connector of the DC power cable (refer to Fig.5-26) to the appropriate DC power
connector (refer to #12, Fig.5-15) of the Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 /
IP15IA99 / IP17IA99. The DC power connector of the system is on the rear bottom side and is labeled “ 12V/24V
(+/-20%) DC”. Make sure the connector is locked tightly in place.
2. Ensure that the DC power source is switched off via an isolating switch, in order to ensure that no power is flowing
from the external power source during the connection procedure.
3. Connect the other end of the DC power cable (wires with lug terminals) (refer to Fig.5-26) to the terminals of the
24V DC power source. The wires of the DC power cable are labeled (+) and (-) to indicate their polarity. Ensure that
the power connections maintain the proper polarity.
4. Switch on the isolating switch in order to apply voltage to the terminals of the power source (cable wires).
5. Turn on the system via the power button (refer to “Power Button and Power LED”).
Hints for DC power connection: The DC power source should be able to be switched off and on via an
isolating switch. The unit is only completely disconnected from the DC main power source, when the DC
power cord is disconnected either from the power source or the unit. Therefore, the DC power cord and its
connectors must always remain easily accessible.
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6.3.2 Connecting to AC Power Source via the AC/DC Adapter
The Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99, can be optionally
connected to an AC power source via the optional AC/DC adapter (refer to Fig. 5-27).
Fig.6-16 Connecting to AC power source via the AC/DC adapter
1. Connect the 5-pin DC connector of the AC/DC adapter (refer to Fig.5-27) to the appropriate DC power
connector (refer to pos. 12, Fig.5-15) of the Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system,
IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99. The DC power connector of the system is on the rear bottom side and is
labeled “12~24V DC”. Make sure the connector is securely locked in place.
2. Connect the AC power cord to the AC/DC adapter.
3. Plug the AC connector of the adapter into an AC wall outlet of the AC power source.
4. Turn on the Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99, via
the power button (refer to “Power Button and Power LED”).
Please observe the recommendations given in the section of "Safety Instructions”. Attach the supplied
AC power cable (for EU or US) that corresponds to the requirements of the country where the system is
used.
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6.4 BIOS Setup
Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99 is equipped with the AMI
BIOS stored in Flash ROM. These BIOS has a built-in Setup program that allows users to modify the basic system
configuration easily. This type of information is stored in CMOS RAM so that it is retained during power-off periods.
When system is turned on, the built-in Main board communicates with peripheral devices and checks its hardware
resources against the configuration information stored in the CMOS memory. If any e rror is detected, or the CMOS
parameters need to be initially defined, the diagnostic program will prompt the user to enter the SETUP program.
Some errors are significant enough to abort the start up.
6.4.1 Entering Setup -- Launch System Setup
Power on the computer and the system will start POST (Power On Self Test) process. When the message below
appears on the screen, press <Del> key to enter Setup.
Press <Del> to enter SETUP
If the message disappears before you respond and you still wish to enter Setup, restart the system by turning it OFF
and On or pressing the RESET button. You may also restart the system by simultaneously pressing
<Ctrl>, <Alt>, and <Delete> keys.
Press <F1> to Run SETUP or Resume
The BIOS setup program provides a General Help screen. You can call up this screen from any menu by simply
pressing <F1>. The Help screen lists the appropriate keys to use and the possible selections for the highlighted item.
Press <Esc> to exit the Help screen. (Fig 6-17)
6.4.2 Main
Use this menu for basic system configuration (Fig 6-17), such as time, date etc.
Fig.6-17 Setup Program Initial Screen
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AMI BIOS, CPU, System Memory
These items show the firmware and hardware specifications of your system. Read only.
System Date
The date format is <Day>, <Month> <Date> <Year>. Use [
] or [
] to configure system Date.
System Time
The time format is <Hour> <Minute> <Second>. Use [
] or [
] to configure system Time.
6.4.3 Information
Use this menu for basic system configurations, such as system information, product feature and technical i mportant
issue etc.
Fig.6-18
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System Information
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6.4.4 Configuration
Use this menu to set up the items of special enhanced features.
Fig.6-19
Setup Program Initial Screen
ACPI Settings
Select for Advanced ACPI Configuration.
This item specifies the power saving modes for ACPI function. If your operating system supports ACPI, you can
choose to enter the Standby mode in S1 (POS) or S3 (STR) fashion through the setting of this field.
Options are:
[S1 (POS)] The S1 sleep mode is a low power state. In this state, no system context is lost (CPU or chipset) and
hardware maintains all system contexts.
[S3 (STR)] The S3 sleep mode is a lower power state where the information of system configuration and open
applications/ files is saved to main memory that remains powered while most other hardware components turn off to
save energy. The information stored in memory will be used to restore the system when a “wake up” event occurs.
(Default)
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Fig.6-20
ACPI Configuration
CPU Configuration
These items show the advanced specifications of your CPU. Read only.
Fig.6-21
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CPU Configuration
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Intel(R) Speed Step (tm)
Disable: Disable.
Enable: Enable. (Default)
Hyper Threading Technology
“Enabled” for Windows XP and Linux (OS optimized for Hyper-Threading Technology) and “Disabled” for other OS (OS
not optimized for Hyper-Threading Technology).
The choice: Enabled (Default), Disabled.
Execute-Disable Bit capability
XD can prevent classes of malicious buffer overflow attacks when combined with a supporting OS.
The choice: Enabled (Default), Disabled.
C-States
CPU idle is set to Enhanced C-States.
The choice: Enabled (Default), Disabled.
USB Configuration
Legacy USB Support
Enables Legacy USB support. AUTO option disables legacy support if no USB device is connected. Disable option will
keep USB devices available only for EFI application.
The choice: Disabled, Enabled, Auto.
EHCI Hand-Off
This is a workaround for OS without EHCI hand-off support. The EHCI ownership change should claim by EHCI driver.
The choice: Disabled, Enabled.
USB 2.0 Controller port
Port 0~5
The choice: Disabled, Enabled.
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Fig.6-22
USB Configuration
SATA Configuration
It uses a separate sub menu to configure each hard disk drive.
Fig.6-23
SATA Configuration
ATA/IDE Configuration
The choice: Disabled, Compatible, Enhanced (Default).
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Legacy IDE Channels
The choice: IDE Only (Default).
Integrated Video Configuration
Share memory size
This option determines the amount of system memory that can be used by the internal graphics device.
Disable
Enable, 1MB of memory used by internal graphics device
Enable, 8MB of memory used by internal graphics device (Default)
DVMT Mode Select
Use this option to select the Intel Dynamic Video Memory Technology (DVMT) operating mode.
Fixed Mod A fixed portion of graphics memory is reserved as graphics memory.
DVMT Mod Graphics memory is dynamically allocated according to the system and graphics needs. (Default)
DVMT/FIXED Memory
Select DVMT/FIXED
128 MB
Mode Memory size used by Internal Graphic Device. Configuration options are listed below.
256 MB (Default)
Maximum
IGD-Boot Type
Use this option to select the display device used by the system when it boots. Configuration options are listed below.
VIBOS DEFAULT
CRT
LVDS
CRT+LVDS (Default)
LVDS Panel Type
Select LCD panel used by Internal Graphics Device by selecting the appro priate setup item.
Configuration options are listed below.
800 x 600
1024 x 768
1280 x 1024
1400 x 1050
1600 x 1200
1280 x 768
1680 x 1050
1920 x 1200
1280 x 600
1280 x 800
2048 x 1536
LVDS
LVDS
LVDS
LVDS
LVDS
LVDS
LVDS
LVDS
LVDS
LVDS
LVDS
(10.4 Default)
(15.0 Default)
(17.0 Default)
GMCH BL Control
Use this option to select the Level 1~5 of LED Backlight Brightness.
Level 1 is min. LED backlight brightness
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Level 5 is max.
LED backlight brightness
Active LVDS
Use this option to select the Active LFP configuration
No-LVDS: VBIOS does not enable LVDS.
Int-LVDS: VBIOS enables LVDS driver by integrated encoder. (Default)
Fig.6-24
Integrated Video Configuration
Fig.6-25
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GMCH BLC Control
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LAN Configuration
Launch PXE OpROM
Use this option to select Enabled or Disabled (Default) option for Legacy Network Devices.
LAN Wake Up
This field specifies whether the system will be awakened from the S5 .power saving mode when activity or input
signal of onboard LAN is detected.
The choice: Enabled (Default), Disabled
Fig.6-26
LAN Configuration
W83627UHG Super IO Configuration
This System is using Super IO Chip: W83627UHG there are Port1~port4 COM port for selection.
When you select Port 1,2,3 or 4, the relational contents are as below
Serial Port (Selectable COM port mode through BIOS)
Enable (Default) or disable Serial Port (COM).
Device Setting
IO=3F8h IRQ=4
Mode Select for COM port (COM1 & COM2 only) mode RS-232 (Default), RS-422 or RS-485.
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Fig.6-27
W83627UHG Serial Port 1 Configuration
WDT Function.
Select WDT Function is Enabled or Disabled (Default)
Fig.6-28
W83627UHG Super IO Configuration
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H/W Monitor
This function is real-time detecting system status, CPU temperture, System temperture, relational Volts (12V, 3.3V)
Fig.6-29 H/W Monitor Configuration
Serial Port Console Redirection Configuration
Console Redirection
Use this option to specify when console redirection should occur
Disabled the console is not re-directed after POST (Default)
Enabled
Redirection is active during POST and during Boot Loader
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Fig.6-30
Serial Port Console Redirection Configuration
PCI Configuration
PCI BUS Driver Version
V2.03.00
PCI ROM Priority
In this system with Multiple option ROMs
The Choic Legacy ROM and EPI Compatible ROM (Default)
Launch Storage OpROM
Enabled (Default) or Disable Boot Option for Legacy Mass Strorage Devive with Option ROM
PCI Latency Timer
Select value in units of PCI clocks for PCI device latency timer register.
The choice: 32 (Default), 64, 96, 128, 160, 192, 224, 248
PCI Express Device Setting
To Set each PCI Express Enabled (Default) and Disabled.
Maximum Payload
Set Maximum Payload of PCI Express Device or allow system BIOS to select the value
The choice: Auto (Default), 128, 256, 512, 1024, 2046, 4096.
ASPM Support
Ser the ASPM level:
Force Lo: Force all links to State;
Auto: BIOS auto configuration.
Disable: Disables ASPM (Default)
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Fig.6-31
15 PCI Configuration
Power Control Configuration
Wake system with Fixed Time
Enabled or Disabled (Default) System wake on alarm event. When enabled System will wake on the hr:min:sec.
specified.
Wake system with Dynamic Time
Enabled or disabled (Default) System wake on alarm event. When system enabled will wake on the current time +
Increase minute(s).
PME Wake-up function
Enabled or Disabled.
Restore AC Power Loss
Use this option to specify what state the system returns to if there is a sudden loss of power to the system.
Power Off The system remains turned off
Power On The system turns on (Default)
Last State DEFAULT the system returns to its previous state. If it was on, it turns itself on. If it was off, it
remains off.
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Fig.6-32
Power Control Configuration
Wake up by Ring
Use this option to enable activity on the RI (ring in) modem line to rouse the system from a suspend or standby state.
That is, the system will be roused by an incoming call on a modem.
Disabled Wake event not generated by an incoming call (Default)
Enabled Wake event generated by an incoming call
Advanced Configuration
Spread Spectrum Control
Enabled or Disabled (Default)
Rounte Port 80h to
LPC (Default) or PCI
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Fig.6-33
Advanced Configuration
6.4.5 Boot
Quiet Boot
Use this option to select the screen display when the system boots.
Disabled Normal POST messages displayed (Default)
Enabled OEM Logo displayed instead of POST messages
Fast Boot
Use this option to make the computer speed up the boot process.
Disabled No POST procedures are skipped (Default)
Enabled Some POST procedures are skipped to decrease the system boot time
Boot Option#1
SATA
Disabled (Default)
Hard Drive BBS Priorities
SATA
Disabled (Default)
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Fig.6-34
Boot
6.4.6 Security
Use the Security option to set Administrator and user passwords.
If only the administrator’s password is set, then this only limits access to Setup and is only asked for when entering
Setup.
If only the user’s password is set, then this is power on password and must be entered to boot or enter Setup .In
setup the user will have Administrator rights.
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Fig.6-35
Security
6.4.7 Save and Exit
Save Changes and Exit
Exit System Setup after saving the changes.
Discard Changes and Exit
Exit System Setup without saving any changes.
Save Changes and Reset
Reset the system after saving the changes.
Discard Changes and Reset
Reset system setup without any saving any changes.
Save Changes
Save Change done so far to any of the setup option.
Discard Changes
Discard Change done so far to any of the setup option.
Restore Default
Restore/Load Default values for all the Setup Option.
Save as User Default
Save the Changes done so far as user defaults.
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Restore as User Default
Restore the User defaults to all the Setup Option.
Boot Override
SATA: HDD (Default)
Launch EFI Shell from fileSystem
Attempts to Launch EFI Shell application (Shellx64.efi) from one of the available file System devices.
Fig.6-36
Save and Exit
6.5. Software Installation
6.5.1 Calibration of the Touch Screen
6.5.1.1 Calibrating of the Touch Screen
Calibration serves two purposes:
o Sets the active area of the touch screen.
o Aligns the active area of the touch screen to the screen’s image.
Before you calibrate the touch screen, let the system warm up for 30 minutes.
Calibration aligns the active touch-sensitive area of the touch screen with the image on the display. Calibration also
determines the edges of the screen’s image and locates the center of the touch screen. If the touch screen is not
calibrated properly, the active area of the touch screen may not be aligned with the screen’s image or may be
unnecessarily small in size.
6.5.1.2 Calibrate the Touch Screen
The touch screen of in the Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 /
IP17IA99, is calibrated at the factory. The “Touch Screen Utility” has been installed in the Operator Interface
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Computer Panel system before shipment. Run the calibration routine when an alignment problem exists between the
mouse pointer and the stylus contact location on the screen. You can adjust the calibration of the touch screen by:
The calibration procedure is shown by degrees. In the first, From the [Program] to find [eGalaxTouch] icon then click
the [Configure Utility].
Click the Page [About], you can find the information Click the Page [General], the installed USB Touch
and version of the “Touch Screen Utility”
Screen Controller is shown.
Click the Page [Setting], you can choose the
Linearization Style, either 9 Points or 25 Points.
Click the Page [Tools], you can choose [4 Points
Calibration] to do 4 points alignment to match display.
The 4 points calibration & Linearization are
completed as follows
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Click [Draw Test], draw by touch pen or finger
know touch accuracy
to
Click the Page [Display]; you can select the
Operation Mode.
Click the Page [Hardware], Controller Model and
Firmware Version can be seen.
Click [Hardware Setting], you can adjust Sensitivity
and Delay time of touch screen
Click the Page [Edge Compensation] to adjust the Edge
Parameters.
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Fig.6-37
Touch calibration procedure
The front panel and the touch screen are covered by a plastic overlay and care should be taken when
cleaning it.
6.5.2 Brightness Control
The “Brightness Control” icon on the notification bar shown below provides selection to adjust the brightness of the
Operator Interface Computer 10"/15"/17” NEMA4 system, IP10IA99 / IP15IA99 / IP17IA99. If the icon doesn’t
appear, please just click the “START” menu.
To display the “Brightness Control” window, follow these steps:
1. Click the “Brightness Control” menu to display the “Brightness Control” window.
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2. Click the “Brightness Control” icon in the 3. Move the slide bar in the “Brightness Control”
notification area.
window to adjust the brightness.
Fig.6-38 Brightness Control procedure
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7.2 Mechanical Specifications
Fig.7-1
Front view of 10.4“ Panel PC system
Fig.7-2
Front view of 15“ Panel PC system
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Fig.7-3
Front view of 17“ Panel PC system
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Fig.7-4-1
Rear view of 10.4” Panel PC System
Fig.7-5-1 Rear view of 15” Panel PC System
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Fig.7-4-2 Right-side view of
10.4” Panel PC System
Fig.7-5-2 Right-side view of
15” Panel PC System
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Fig.7-6-1 Rear view of 17” Panel PC System
Fig.7-7-1: Wall mount kit Top View
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Fig.7-6-2 Right-side view of
17” Panel PC System
Fig.7-7-2 Wall mount kit Side view
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7.3. Certifications and Standards
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8. RMA (Return Material Authorization) Service
Before returning any goods, please:
1. Contact American Industrial Systems, inc. Technical Support and request for an RMA number (Return Material
Authorization).
2. Describe the behavior or reason of unit failure in order to return. Any returns for credit are subject to a
restocking fee.
3. Upon confirmation of a hardware failure or valid cause for return, AIS will provide a Return Merchandise
Authorization (RMA).
4. Make sure to receive an RMA number from AIS before returning any merchandise. Clearly write or mark this
number on the outside of the package you are returning. Any returns without an authorization will be refused and
returned to you by the shipper.
5. When returning goods, include the name and telephone number of a person whom we can contact for further
explanations if necessary. Where applicable, always include all duty papers and invoice(s) associated with the
item(s) in question:
Ensure that the unit is properly packed in the original box. A product packaging manual will be included with the
replacement Panel or can be emailed to you in advance. Please refer to it for the necessary instructions on how to
appropriately package the panel computer being returned. Failure to do so may result in the panel shifting during
transit –which may result in physical damage. Physical damage from improper packaging will void your system
warranty.
Ship the panel back to the address provided on the RMA documentation, via an insured carrier with freight
pre-paid.
Return unit must be received to address provided within 30 days, or invoice for full amount of Panel PC will be
issued.
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