ADLINK Technology PCIS-8580-13S User`s manual

ADLINK Technology PCIS-8580-13S User`s manual
PCIS-8580-4S
PCIS-8580-13S
User’s Manual
Manual Rev.
2.01
Revision Date:
December 21, 2006
Part No:
50-15054-1000
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents..................................................................... i
List of Tables.......................................................................... iii
List of Figures ........................................................................ iv
1 Introduction ........................................................................ 1
1.1
1.2
1.3
Features............................................................................... 2
PCIS-8580-4S ................................................................. 2
PCIS-8580-13S ............................................................... 2
Applications ......................................................................... 2
Specifications....................................................................... 3
LPCI-8575 PCI-PCI Extension Card ............................... 3
RK-8005 Extension chassis ............................................ 4
RK-8014 Extension chassis ............................................ 5
ACL-PCIEXT-2 Cable ..................................................... 5
General ........................................................................... 5
2 Installation .......................................................................... 7
2.1
2.2
2.3
Content of package.............................................................. 7
Unpacking............................................................................ 8
Getting Start......................................................................... 8
Install PCI Extension Card into your Host System .......... 8
Driver Installation ............................................................ 9
Install your PCI Card into the Extension Chassis ......... 10
Connect to Extension Chassis ...................................... 12
Power-on Sequence ..................................................... 12
3 Hardware Overview .......................................................... 15
3.1
3.2
3.3
System Architecture........................................................... 15
Operation Theory ......................................................... 15
LPCI-8575 PCI Extension Card ......................................... 16
Functional Block ........................................................... 16
Jumper Settings for LPCI-8575 .................................... 17
BP-8005............................................................................. 21
Backplane Architecture ................................................. 21
Jumpers and Connectors .............................................. 24
Jumpers and connectors on the bottom side ................ 24
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3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
RK-8005............................................................................. 25
Mechanical Drawing of RK-8005 .................................. 25
BP-8014 ............................................................................. 26
Backplane Architecture ................................................. 26
Jumpers and Connectors .............................................. 27
Remote Power-on Function .......................................... 27
RK-8014............................................................................. 29
Mechanical Drawing of RK-8014 .................................. 29
ACL-PCIEXT-2................................................................... 30
Pin Assignment of ACL-PCIEXT-2 ............................... 30
Warranty Policy ..................................................................... 31
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Table of Contents
List of Tables
Table
Table
Table
Table
Table
Table
Table
Table
Table
Table
Table
1-1:
3-1:
3-2:
3-3:
3-4:
3-5:
3-6:
3-7:
3-8:
3-9:
3-10:
List of Tables
Power requirements ................................................. 3
Jumpers and connectors on the LPCI-8575 ........... 17
JP1 Settings ........................................................... 18
JP2 Settings ........................................................... 18
JP3 Settings ........................................................... 19
D2 Display .............................................................. 20
Top side jumpers and connectors .......................... 24
Bottom side jumpers and connectors ..................... 24
BP-8014 jumpers and connectors .......................... 27
Remote Power-on Function .................................... 27
Pin Assignment of ACL-PCIEXT-2 ......................... 30
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List of Figures
Figure 2-1: Install the PCI extension card into your host system . 9
Figure 2-2: Installing the driver for PCI extension card .............. 10
Figure 2-3: Install your PCI cards into the extension chassis (using
the PCIS-8580-4S as an example) .......................... 11
Figure 2-4: Connect you host computer and extension chassis (using
the PCIS-8580-4S as an example) .......................... 12
Figure 3-1: Operation theory of PCIS-8580 PCI-to-PCI extension
system ..................................................................... 15
Figure 3-2: Concept of the serialized PCI bridge ....................... 16
Figure 3-3: Jumpers and connectors on the LPCI-8575 ............ 17
Figure 3-4: Top view of BP-8005 backplane .............................. 22
Figure 3-5: Bottom view of BP-8005 backplane......................... 23
Figure 3-6: Mechanical drawing of RK-8005.............................. 25
Figure 3-7: Top view of BP-8014 backplane .............................. 26
Figure 3-8: Mechanical drawing of RK-8014.............................. 29
Figure 3-9: DVI Connector pins and dimensions ....................... 30
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List of Figures
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Introduction
The ADLINK PCIS-8580 is the PCI-to-PCI extension systems for
extending your PCI buses of the host computers. With the stateof-art StarFabric high-speed serial link technology, you can extend
your PCI bus of the host computer to an external chassis, which
accommodates 4 (PCIS-8580-4S) or 13 (PCIS-8580-13S) additional PCI slots. This advanced technology provides full 32-bit/
33MHz PCI bandwidth (132MB/s) and maximal 10m distance
between host computer and extension chassis. In addition,
ADLINK PCI-to-PCI extension system utilizes the concept of “serialized bridge” to provide complete hardware and software transparency to your host system. Any hardware installed in the
extension chassis works as it’s inside the host system without any
driver/software effort.
The ADLINK PCIS-8580 PCI-to-PCI extension system is composed of three major components: a PCI extension card (LPCI8575), an extension chassis (RK-8005 for PCIS-8580-4S or RK8014 for PCIS-8580-13S), and a cable (ACL-PCIEXT-2). The PCI
extension card is the core of this system. It acts as a PCI bridge
with the capability to serialize the PCI signals and maintain a
5Gbps serial link between the host system and the extension
chassis. The extension chassis, which is a 4-slot wall-mount chassis (RK-8005) or a 13-slot rack-mount chassis (RK-8014), is the
platform to accommodate PCI slots. It contains a backplane, a
power supply, and a pre-installed PCI extension card. The cable,
which consists of DVI-D connector and shielding twisted pairs,
provides robust connectivity and satisfying signal quality between
the host computer and the extension chassis.
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1.1 Features
PCIS-8580-4S
X
PCI local bus specification Rev 2.2 compliant
X
PCI bridge architecture specification Rev 1.2 compliant
X
Provides 4 extended PCI slots
X
Full 32-bit/33MHz PCI bandwidth extension (132MB/s)
X
Maximal 10m extension distance
X
Complete hardware and software transparency
X
24-pin DVI-D connector for robust connectivity
X
Shoebox size wall-mount chassis with built-in 200W power
supply
PCIS-8580-13S
X
PCI local bus specification Rev 2.2 compliant
X
PCI bridge architecture specification Rev 1.2 compliant
X
Provides 13 extended PCI slots
X
Full 32-bit/33MHz PCI bandwidth extension (132MB/s)
X
Maximum 10m extension distance
X
Complete hardware and software transparency
X
24-pin DVI-D connector for robust connectivity
X
19” rack-mound chassis with built-in 400W power supply
1.2 Applications
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X
Industrial automation/control
X
Electronics manufacturing test
X
Military/aerospace
X
Video capture
X
Remote test and measurement
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1.3 Specifications
LPCI-8575 PCI-PCI Extension Card
X
PCI local bus specification Rev 2.2 compliant
X
PCI bridge architecture specification Rev 1.2 compliant
X
Supports both 5V and 3.3V PCI bus
X
Data throughput: full 32-bit/33MHz PCI bandwidth (132MB/
s)
X
I/O connector: DVI-D 24-pin connector
X
Link indicator (Green LED)
Z
Off: Extension or host computer does not power on
Z
On: Link status is good
Z
Blink: Link status is failed. Check your cable or power-on
sequence.
X
Maximum extended distance: 10m
X
Power requirements
+5V
+3.3V
190mA 250mA
Table 1-1: Power requirements
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RK-8005 Extension chassis
X
Dimensions: 122mm(W) x 195mm(H) x 260mm(D)
X
Weight: 2.3kg
X
Backplane: 5x 32-bit/33MHz PCI slots
X
Z
1 slot for extension card
Z
4 slots available for PCI cards
Front-panel indicators
Z
Power indicator (Red LED)
Z
Link indicator (Green LED)
Off: Extension or host computer does not power on
On: Link status is good
Blink: Link status is failed. Check your cable or poweron sequence.
X
X
4
Power supply
Z
Input voltage: 85VAC to 265VAC, auto-switching
Z
Output: 200W
Cooling: One 42 CFM ball bearing fan (80mm)
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RK-8014 Extension chassis
X
Dimensions: 438.5mm(W) x 177mm(H) x 448.5mm(D)
X
Weight: 2.3kg
X
Backplane: 14x 32-bit/33MHz PCI slots
X
Z
1 slot for extension card
Z
13 slots available for PCI cards
Front-panel indicators
Z
Power indicator (Red LED)
Z
Link indicator (Green LED)
Off: Extension or host computer does not power on
On: Link status is good
Blink: Link status is failed. Check your cable or poweron sequence.
X
X
Power supply
Z
Input voltage: 85VAC to 265VAC, auto-switching
Z
Output: 400W
Cooling: Two 42 CFM ball bearing fan (120mm)
ACL-PCIEXT-2 Cable
X
Length: 2m
X
Construction: 8 pairs of shielding twisted copper wires
X
Connector: DVI-D 24-pin
X
Other cable options
Z
ACL-PCIEXT-5: 5m
Z
ACL-PCIEXT-10: 10m
General
X
Operating temperature: 0°C to 50°C
X
Storage temperature : -20°C to 80°C
X
Relative humidity: 10 to 90%, non-condensing
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Introduction
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Installation
This chapter outlines the contents of package, describes unpacking information, and describes how to set up the PCIS-8580 PCIto-PCI extension system and install your PCI cards.
2.1 Content of package
PCIS-8580-4S package includes the following items:
X
One LPCI-8575 in a individual carton
X
One wall-mount chassis, which contains the following components pre-installed:
Z
One LPCI-8575
Z
One 5-slot backplane
Z
One 200W AC power supply
X
One ACL-PCIEXT-2 cable
X
One AC power cord
X
Wall-mount kit for chassis
X
This User’s Manual
PCIS-8580-13S package includes the following items:
X
One LPCI-8575 in a individual carton
X
One rack-mount chassis, which contains the following components pre-installed:
Z
One LPCI-8575
Z
One 14-slot backplane
Z
One 400W AC power supply
X
One ACL-PCIEXT-2 cable
X
One AC power cord
X
This User’s Manual
If any of these items are missing or damaged, contact your
ADLINK dealer. Save the shipping materials and carton in to ship
or store the product in the future.
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2.2 Unpacking
The ADLINK PCIS-8580 system contains some electro-static sensitive components that can be easily be damaged by static electricity. For this reason, the card and chassis should be handled on
a grounded anti-static mat and the operator should wear an antistatic wristband during the unpacking and installation procedure.
Please also inspect the components for apparent damage.
Improper shipping and handling may cause damage to the components. Be sure there are no shipping and handling damage on the
components before continuing.
You are now ready to set up your PCIS-8580 PCI-to-PCI extension
system.
Note:
DO NOT APPLY POWER TO THE CARD OR CHASSIS IF
IT HAS BEEN DAMAGED.
2.3 Getting Start
In this section, we’ll illustrate the step-by-step instructions to set
up your PCIS-8580 PCI-to-PCI extension system.
Install PCI Extension Card into your Host System
The first step is to install the PCI extension card (LPCI-8575) into
your host system. You can find an individual carton in the whole
package which contains the PCI extension card. The steps of
installation are:
1. Turn off your host computer.
2. Open the chassis of the host computer.
3. Remove the package of PCI extension card. (Please
wear your anti-static facilities when you handle the card.)
4. Plug the PCI extension card into an available PCI slot
and screw it to the chassis.
5. Close the chassis.
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Figure 2-1: Install the PCI extension card into your host system
Driver Installation
After installing the PCI extension card into your host computer,
now you can turn on your computer and install the driver of PCI
extension card. Please follow the following steps to finish the
driver installation.
1. Insert the ADLINK ALL-In-One CD.
2. Execute
x:\Driver
Installation\PCI
Extension\PCIS_8580_setup.exe to launch the setup program. (x: denotes your CD-ROM drive). A InstallShield®
wizard appears to guide you finish the setup procedure.
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Figure 2-2: Installing the driver for PCI extension card
3. While setup finishes, please reboot your system. (Note:
According to different hardware configuration, you may
need to reboot your computer for several times to detect
the StarFabric serialized bridge and its subsequent PCI
devices.)
Install your PCI Card into the Extension Chassis
The PCIS-8580 extension chassis can accommodate 4 additional
PCI slots (PCIS-8580-4S) or 13 additional PCI slots (PCIS-858013S). This section illustrates the procedures to install your PCI
cards into the extension chassis.
1. Open the extension chassis by loosen the screws and
remove the top cover of the chassis. You’ll see a backplane inside the chassis.
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2. Plug you PCI cards into the extension chassis and screw
them to the chassis.
3. Put the top cover and tighten the screws.
Figure 2-3: Install your PCI cards into the extension chassis (using the
PCIS-8580-4S as an example)
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Connect to Extension Chassis
Your host computer and the extension chassis are connected via a
cable (ACL-PCIEXT-2). This cable uses the DVI-D connector and
customized shielding twisted pairs to make a robust high-speed
serial link. Please DO NOT use standard DVI cable to connect
your host computer and the extension chassis.
Figure 2-4: Connect you host computer and extension chassis (using the
PCIS-8580-4S as an example)
Power-on Sequence
To make the PCI-to-PCI extension system works well, you need to
follow a correct power-on sequence for both extension chassis
and host computer. The LINK indicators (a green LED) on the
front-panel of the extension chassis and LPCI-8575 indicate the
status of serial link between the extension chassis and the host
computer. When the LINK LED is on, the link is good, otherwise
when the LINK LED is off or blinking, the link is failed.
1. Make sure the cable is correctly connected and screw
the connectos.
2. Turn on the extension chassis.
3. Turn on the host computer. At this time you’ll see the
LINK indicators on both sides are on.
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The PCIS-8580-13S features a remote power-on function. When
users enable the remote power-on function, the above power-on
sequence can be neglected.
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Hardware Overview
This chapter illustrates the basic hardware architecture of each
component in the ADLINK PCIS-8580 PCI-to-PCI extension system.
3.1 System Architecture
This section describes the operation theory and technology of the
PCIS-8580 PCI-to-PCI extension system.
Operation Theory
Figure 3-1: Operation theory of PCIS-8580 PCI-to-PCI extension system
The PCIS-8580 PCI-to-PCI extension system utilizes the state-ofart StarFabric technology as the groundwork for extending the PCI
bus. A PCI-StarFabric bridge located on the host computer provides an interface between PCI and StarFabric port, which translates the parallel PCI signals into serial frame format for
transmission across StarFabric link. Each StarFabric link contains
4 pairs, 622Mps LVDS signals and provides 2.5Gbps total bandwidth to accommodate complete PCI traffic without any compromise in bandwidth. Error detection and error correction are
automatically performed during the StarFabric transmission to
guarantee the data integrity.
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3.2 LPCI-8575 PCI Extension Card
This section describes the basic function, bus architecture and
jumper settings of the PCI extension module LPCI-8575.
Functional Block
The LPCI-8575 extension module is basically a PCI-to-PCI bridge.
The PCI-to-PCI bridge function in the LPCI-8575 supports legacy
address routed traffic, which provides 100% capability with PCI
drivers, application software, BIOS, O/Ss, etc. These functions
allow users to transfer their designs without extra effort.
The LPCI-8575 employs a serial interconnect technology,
622Mbps low voltage differential signaling (LVDS). Each LPCI8575 extension module has one link port, the link port is divided
into transmit (TX) and receive (RX). Four TX and RX differential
pairs in the link are used to provide 2.5Gbps full duplex link bandwidth or 5Gbps of total bandwidth. Incorporated with the high
speed serial LVDS, it is easy to extend the transmission up to 10
meters through shielded twisted pair copper cables.
Inside the PCI-to-PCI bridge, a PCI-to-StarFabric/StarFabric-toPCI converter is used to translate PCI transactions into StarFabric
frames and StarFabric frames into PCI transactions. The PCI interface of the LPCI-8575 is capable of 32-bit/66MHz. Thus the maximum data throughput can up to 264Mbytes/s. The PCI interface in
LPCI-8575 acts like the primary side of a PCI-to-PCI bridge if
LPCI-8575 is plugged into the peripheral slot.
Figure 3-2: Concept of the serialized PCI bridge
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Jumper Settings for LPCI-8575
The following figure shows the locations of jumpers and the connector.
Figure 3-3: Jumpers and connectors on the LPCI-8575
Jumper / Connector / LED
Descriptions
CN1
A DVI-D connector for the serial link for PCI-to-PCI extension.
Please DO NOT connect CN1 to any monitor or video device.
JP1
Spread spectrum control.
JP2
M66EN setting.
JP3
Peripheral / System slot selection.
JP4
Serial link status LED connector.
D2
Serial link status LED.
Table 3-1: Jumpers and connectors on the LPCI-8575
Spread Spectrum Control, JP1
When LPCI-8575 plugged into the extension chassis, it provides a discrete clock signal to each of the peripheral slot
defined as a PCI clock (CLK0, CLK1, CLK2 and CLK3).
An important feature of the LPCI-8575 extension modules is
that it support 33MHz/66MHz clock operating environment. As
system clock increase, electromagnetic interference (EMI)
becomes a challenge for the system designers. LPCI-8575
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adopts a spread-spectrum clock generator to help user to deal
with this difficult task.
Spread spectrum clocking speeds up and slows down the clock
within a few percent of its fundamental frequency. By reducing
the peak amplitudes, the system will more likely meet EMI
emission compliance standards. In other words, spread spectrum clocking distributes the energy that was originally concentrated on one frequency over a wider band. This method
dramatically reduces the amount of EMI.
Spread Spectrum Control
JP1
OFF (default)
ON
Table 3-2: JP1 Settings
M66EN Setting, JP2
LPCI-8575 supports 32-bit PCI buses operating at 66MHz or
33MHz. A bundled link can support the full bandwidth of 32-bit/
66MHz PCI bus. You can utilize the following configuration to
set the operation frequency of your system.
JP2
Setting
Auto detection mode enabled. When LPCI-8575 is plugged
into system slot in the extended chassis, it will detect the configuration and operate at 33MHz or 66MHz automatically. If
the backplane or any devices in the system do not support
66MHz PCI bus operations, LPCI-8575 will only operate at
33 MHz only.
Table 3-3: JP2 Settings
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JP2
Setting
Auto detection mode disabled, force to 33MHz. PCI bus is
forced to operate at 33 MHz. If your extended system is
66MHz capable, please switch JP2 to 1-2 contact.
(Default)
Table 3-3: JP2 Settings
Peripheral / System Slot Selection, JP3
LPCI-8575 is a dual purpose PCI-to-PCI extension module.
When LPCI-8575 plugged into a peripheral, it becomes a
peripheral card. When LPCI-8575 plugged into the extension
chassis system slot, it becomes a system card.
JP3 Setting
Descriptions
Auto selection. LPCI-8575 will detect the slot
configuration automatically.
(Default)
Force to Peripheral slot.
Force to system slot.
Table 3-4: JP3 Settings
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Serial Link Status LED Connector, JP4
The serial link status is shown on LED D2. LPCI-8575 also provides a LED connector for user’s applications. The pin assignment of JP4 is shown in the following figure.
Anode
Cathode
Serial Link Status LED, D2
The LED D2 shows the serial link status. The following table
shows the possible status of the LED when you turn on the
extension chassis power and main system power.
LED status
Descriptions
How to solve?
The serial link is synchronous. The
power on sequence is correct.
ON
Twinkling
OFF
The serial link is not synchronous. The
main system power is turned on before
extension chassis power.
Reset the main system or re-boot the
main system power after extension
chassis power is on.
The serial link connection is not correct. Check if the serial link cable is ok or not.
Table 3-5: D2 Display
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3.3 BP-8005
This section describes the architecture and jumper settings of the
BP-8005 backplane. The BP-8005 is for PCIS-8580-4S and is preinstalled in the RK-8005 chassis.
Backplane Architecture
The BP-8005 backplane provides 1 system slot and 4 available
PCI peripheral slots. The system slot is occupied by a pre-installed
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LPCI-8575 PCI extension card. The rest PCI slots are available for
any 5V PCI peripheral cards.
Figure 3-4: Top view of BP-8005 backplane
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Figure 3-5: Bottom view of BP-8005 backplane
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Jumpers and Connectors
Jumpers and connectors on the top side
JP/CN Ended Voltage Out
Description
CN3
3
+12V, GND Fan connector for 12V fan
JP1
2
+5V, GND
JP3
2
+12V, GND Fan connector for 12V fan
LED connector
Table 3-6: Top side jumpers and connectors
Jumpers and connectors on the bottom side
JP/CN Ended
Voltage Out
Description
CN1
2
5V, GND
LED connector
CN2
20
3.3V, ±12V, 5V
ATX POWER connector
CN4
2
5V, GND
POWER-OK status connector
JP2
2
N/A
ATX POWER ENABLE
Table 3-7: Bottom side jumpers and connectors
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3.4 RK-8005
RK-8005 is a robust industrial chassis for accommodating the BP8005 backplane. The RK-8005 is a small, compact chassis
(122mm x 195mm x 260mm) with a built-in 200W universal AC
power supply. The RK-8005 is provided with a wall-mount kit so
you can place it in many different environments.
Mechanical Drawing of RK-8005
Figure 3-6: Mechanical drawing of RK-8005
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3.5 BP-8014
This section describes the architecture and jumper settings of the
BP-8014 backplane. The BP-8014 is for PCIS-8580-13S and is
pre-installed in the RK-8014 chassis. The BP-8014 is specially
designed to provide the remote power-on capability. When users
turn on the host computer, the extension chassis will be automatically actuated. If the remote power-on function is enabled, the
standard power-on sequence mentioned in Section 2.3 can be
neglected.
Backplane Architecture
The BP-8014 backplane provides 1 system slot and 13 available
PCI peripheral slots. The system slot is occupied by a pre-installed
LPCI-8575 PCI extension card. The rest PCI slots are available for
any 5V PCI peripheral cards.
Figure 3-7: Top view of BP-8014 backplane
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Jumpers and Connectors
JP/CN Ended Voltage Out
Description
CN2
20
3.3V,±12V,5V
ATX POWER connector
FAN4
3
12V, GND
Fan connector for 12V fan
FAN5
3
12V, GND
Fan connector for 12V fan
FAN6
3
12V, GND
Fan connector for 12V fan
JP2
2
N/A
ATX POWER ENABLE
JP6
2
5V, GND
POWER-OK status connector
JP7
2
5V, GND
LED connector
Table 3-8: BP-8014 jumpers and connectors
Remote Power-on Function
The BP-8014 features a remote power-on function. When users
turn on the host computer and the cable is correctly connected,
the extension chassis will be automatically actuated. The following
table lists the jumpers related to the remote power-on function.
JP/CN Ended Voltage Out
Description
JP1
2
N/A
REMOTE POWER-ON Connector
JP3
3
N/A
REMOTE SELECT
JP4
3
N/A
REMOTE SELECT
JP5
3
N/A
REMOTE SELECT
Table 3-9: Remote Power-on Function
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To enable the remote power-on function, please follow the following steps to correctly set the jumpers.
1. Correctly short the JP3, JP4 and JP5.
Normal power-on sequence Remote power-on
2. Connect JP1 to the JP4 of the LPCI-8575.
3. Please notice that if the remote power-on function is
enabled, the main power switch of the extension chassis
will be ineffective.
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3.6 RK-8014
RK-8014 is a robust industrial chassis for accommodating the BP8014 backplane. The RK-8014 is a 19” rack-mount chassis with a
built-in 400W universal AC power supply.
Mechanical Drawing of RK-8014
Figure 3-8: Mechanical drawing of RK-8014
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3.7 ACL-PCIEXT-2
ACL-PCIEXT-2 is the cable connecting the host computer and the
extension chassis. It is carefully designed to transmit 622Mbps
LVDS signals. ACL-PCI-EXT-2 contains 8 pairs of shielding
twisted copper wires and 2 DVI-D 24-pin connectors. For users
who need longer extension distance, optional ACL-PCIEXT-5 (5m)
and ACL-PCIEXT-10 (10m) are provided.
Note:
THE ACL-PCIEXT-2 CABLE IS USED FOR PCIS-8680
ONLY. DO NOT APPLY ACL-PCIEXT-2 TO ANY OTHER
DEVICES TO AVOID UNEXPECTED DAMAGES.
Pin Assignment of ACL-PCIEXT-2
Figure 3-9: DVI Connector pins and dimensions
#1
#2
#3
#4
RX3+ RX3- Shield TX0+
#9
#10
#11
#12
#5
#6
#7
#8
TX0- Shield TX1+ TX1#13
#14
#15
#16
RX2+ RX2- Shield Shield Shield Shield TX2+ TX2#17
#18
#19
#20
RX1+ RX1- Shield RX0+
#21
#22
#23
#24
RX0- Shield TX3+ TX3-
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Hardware Overview
Warranty Policy
Thank you for choosing ADLINK. To understand your rights and
enjoy all the after-sales services we offer, please read the following carefully.
1. Before using ADLINK’s products please read the user manual and follow the instructions exactly. When sending in
damaged products for repair, please attach an RMA application form which can be downloaded from: http://
rma.adlinktech.com/policy/.
2. All ADLINK products come with a limited two-year warranty, one year for products bought in China:
X
The warranty period starts on the day the product is
shipped from ADLINK’s factory.
X
Peripherals and third-party products not manufactured
by ADLINK will be covered by the original manufacturers' warranty.
X
For products containing storage devices (hard drives,
flash cards, etc.), please back up your data before sending them for repair. ADLINK is not responsible for any
loss of data.
X
Please ensure the use of properly licensed software with
our systems. ADLINK does not condone the use of
pirated software and will not service systems using such
software. ADLINK will not be held legally responsible for
products shipped with unlicensed software installed by
the user.
X
For general repairs, please do not include peripheral
accessories. If peripherals need to be included, be certain to specify which items you sent on the RMA Request
& Confirmation Form. ADLINK is not responsible for
items not listed on the RMA Request & Confirmation
Form.
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3. Our repair service is not covered by ADLINK's guarantee
in the following situations:
X
Damage caused by not following instructions in the
User's Manual.
X
Damage caused by carelessness on the user's part during product transportation.
X
Damage caused by fire, earthquakes, floods, lightening,
pollution, other acts of God, and/or incorrect usage of
voltage transformers.
X
Damage caused by unsuitable storage environments
(i.e. high temperatures, high humidity, or volatile chemicals).
X
Damage caused by leakage of battery fluid during or
after change of batteries by customer/user.
X
Damage from improper repair by unauthorized ADLINK
technicians.
X
Products with altered and/or damaged serial numbers
are not entitled to our service.
X
This warranty is not transferable or extendible.
X
Other categories not protected under our warranty.
4. Customers are responsible for shipping costs to transport
damaged products to our company or sales office.
5. To ensure the speed and quality of product repair, please
download an RMA application form from our company website: http://rma.adlinktech.com/policy. Damaged products
with attached RMA forms receive priority.
If you have any further questions, please email our FAE staff:
[email protected]
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