Advantech PCA-6190 User manual

Advantech PCA-6190 User manual
User Manual
ACP-4320
4U Industrial Chassis with Dual
Front-accessible
SAS/SATA HDD Trays
Copyright
The documentation and the software included with this product are copyrighted 2009
by Advantech Co., Ltd. All rights are reserved. Advantech Co., Ltd. reserves the right
to make improvements in the products described in this manual at any time without
notice. No part of this manual may be reproduced, copied, translated or transmitted
in any form or by any means without the prior written permission of Advantech Co.,
Ltd. Information provided in this manual is intended to be accurate and reliable. However, Advantech Co., Ltd. assumes no responsibility for its use, nor for any infringements of the rights of third parties, which may result from its use.
Acknowledgements
ACP-4320, PCA-6113P4R, PCA-6113P7X, PCA-6114, PCA-6114P4, PCA-6114P7,
PCA-6114P10, PCA-6114P12, PCA-6114P12X, PCA-6115, PCE-7B13, PCE-7B13D,
PCE-5B12, PCE-5B13, AIMB-766, AIMB-764, AIMB-763, AIMB-762, AIMB-760,
AIMB-750, AIMB-744 and AIMB-742 are all trademarks of Advantech Co., Ltd.
All other product names or trademarks are the properties of their respective owners.
On-line Technical Support
For technical support and service, please visit our support website at:
http://www.advantech.com/support
ACP-4320 User Manual
Part No. 2002432002
Edition 3
Printed in China
May 2009
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Safety Instructions
1.
2.
3.
Read these safety instructions carefully.
Keep this user manual for later reference.
Disconnect this equipment from AC outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid or
spray detergents for cleaning.
For pluggable equipment, the power outlet shall be installed near the equipment
and shall be easily accessible.
Keep this equipment away from humidity.
Put this equipment on a reliable surface during installation. Dropping it or letting
it fall could cause damage.
Do not leave this equipment in an environment unconditioned where the storage
temperature under 0º C (32º F) or above 40º C (104º F), it may damage the
equipment.
The openings on the enclosure are for air convection hence protect the equipment from overheating. DO NOT COVER THE OPENINGS.
Make sure the voltage of the power source is correct before connecting the
equipment to the power outlet.
Place the power cord in a way that people can not step on it. Do not place anything over the power cord. The voltage and current rating of the cord should be
greater than the voltage and current rating marked on the product.
All cautions and warnings on the equipment should be noted.
If the equipment is not used for a long time, disconnect it from the power source
to avoid being damaged by transient over-voltage.
Never pour any liquid into ventilation openings. This could cause fire or electrical shock.
Never open the equipment. For safety reasons, the equipment should be
opened only by qualified service personnel.
If any of the following situations arises, get the equipment checked by service
personnel:
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15.
a.
The power cord or plug is damaged.
b.
Liquid has penetrated into the equipment.
c.
The equipment has been exposed to moisture.
d.
The equipment does not work well, or you cannot get it to work according to
the installation reference guide.
e.
The equipment has been dropped and damaged.
f.
The equipment has obvious signs of breakage.
16. CAUTION: The computer is provided with a battery-powered real-time clock circuit. There is a danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace
only with same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Discard
used batteries according to the manufacturer's instructions.
17. THE COMPUTER IS PROVIDED WITH CD DRIVES COMPLY WITH APPROPRIATE SAFETY STANDARDS INCLUDING IEC 60825.
CLASS I LASER PRODUCT
KLASS I LASER PRODUKT
18. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
(1). this device may not cause harmful interference, and
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(2). this device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
19. CAUTION: Always completely disconnect the power cord from your chassis
whenever you work with the hardware. Do not make connections while the
power is on. Sensitive electronic components can be damaged by sudden
power surges.
20. CAUTION: Always ground yourself to remove any static charge before touching
the motherboard, backplane, or add-on cards. Modern electronic devices are
very sensitive to static electric charges. As a safety precaution, use a grounding
wrist strap at all times. Place all electronic components on a static-dissipative
surface or in a static-shielded bag when they are not in the chassis.
21. CAUTION: Any unverified component could cause unexpected damage. To
ensure the correct installation, please always use the components (ex. screws)
provided with the accessory box.
A Message to the Customer
Advantech Customer Services
Each and every Advantech product is built to the most exacting specifications to
ensure reliable performance in the harsh and demanding conditions typical of industrial environments. Whether your new Advantech equipment is destined for the laboratory or the factory floor, you can be assured that your product will provide the
reliability and ease of operation for which the name Advantech has come to be
known. Your satisfaction is our primary concern. Here is a guide to Advantech’s customer services.
To ensure you get the full benefit of our services, please follow the instructions below
carefully.
Technical Support
We want you to get the best performance possible from your products. If you run into
technical difficulties, we are here to help. For the most frequently asked questions,
you can easily find answers in your product documentation. These answers are normally a lot more detailed than the ones we can give over the phone.
Please consult this manual first. If you still cannot find the answer, gather all the information or questions that apply to your problem, and with the product close at hand,
call your dealer. Our dealers are well trained and ready to give you the support you
need to get the most from your Advantech products. In fact, most problems reported
are minor and can be easily solved over the phone.
In addition, free technical support is available from Advantech engineers every business day. We are always ready to give advice about application requirements or specific information on the installation and operation of any of our products.
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Product Warranty
Advantech warrants to you, the original purchaser, that each of its products will be
free from defects in materials and workmanship for two years from the date of purchase.
This warranty does not apply to any products which have been repaired or altered by
persons other than repair personnel authorized by Advantech, or which have been
subject to misuse, abuse, accident or improper installation. Advantech assumes no
liability under the terms of this warranty as a consequence of such events.
If an Advantech product is defective, it will be repaired or replaced at no charge during the warranty period. For out-of-warranty repairs, you will be billed according to
the cost of replacement materials, service time and freight. Please consult your
dealer for more details.
If you think you have a defective product, follow these steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Collect all the information about the problem encountered, for example, type of
PC, CPU speed, Advantech products used, other hardware and software used,
etc. Note anything abnormal and list any on-screen messages you get when the
problem occurs.
Call your dealer and describe the problem. Please have your manual, product,
and any helpful information readily available.
If your product is diagnosed as defective, obtain an RMA (return material authorization) number from your dealer. This allows us to process your return more
quickly.
Carefully pack the defective product, a fully-completed Repair and Replacement
Order Card and a photocopy proof of purchase date (such as your sales receipt)
in a shippable container. A product returned without proof of the purchase date
is not eligible for warranty service.
Write the RMA number visibly on the outside of the package and ship it prepaid
to your dealer.
Initial Inspection
When you open the carton, please make sure that the following materials have been
shipped:
! ACP-4320 Chassis
! User Manual
! Warranty Card
! Accessory box with a package of screws (for fastening the motherboard, optical
disk drive, other disk drives, ears and handles, etc.), a pair of keys, 1 piece of
EMI spring shielding (for backplane version), 15 pieces rubber cushions (backplane version) or 7 pieces (motherboard version), and a pair of ears and handles.
If any of these items are missing or damaged, contact your distributor or sales representative immediately. We have carefully inspected the product mechanically and
electrically before shipment. It should be free of marks and scratches and in perfect
working order upon receipt. As you unpack the ACP-4320, check it for signs of shipping damage. (For example, damaged box, scratches, dents, etc.) If it is damaged or
it fails to meet the specifications, notify our service department or your local sales
representative immediately. Also, please notify the carrier. Retain the shipping carton
and packing material for inspection by the carrier. After inspection, we will make
arrangements to repair or replace the unit.
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Contents
Chapter
1
General Information ............................1
1.1
1.2
1.3
Introduction ............................................................................................... 2
Specifications ............................................................................................ 2
Power Supply Options............................................................................... 3
1.3.1 300W ATX power supply with PFC (PS-300ATX-ZBE) ................ 3
Table 1.1: 300W ATX power supply with PFC
(PS-300ATX-ZBE) ...................................................... 3
1.3.2 400W ATX power supply with PFC
(PS-400ATX-ZBE) ........................................................................ 3
Table 1.2: 400W ATX power supply with PFC
(PS-400ATX-ZBE) ...................................................... 3
1.3.3 300W ATX redundant power supply (RPS-300ATX-ZE) .............. 3
Table 1.3: 300W ATX redundant power supply
(RPS-300ATX-ZE)...................................................... 3
1.3.4 400W ATX redundant power supply (RPS-400ATX-ZE) .............. 3
Table 1.4: 400W ATX redundant power supply
(RPS-400ATX-ZE)...................................................... 3
Environment Specifications....................................................................... 4
Table 1.5: Environment specifications......................................... 4
Dimension Diagram................................................................................... 4
Figure 1.1 Diagram diagram ........................................................ 4
1.4
1.5
Chapter
2
System Setup .......................................5
2.1
Removing the Top Cover .......................................................................... 6
Figure 2.1 Removing the top cover............................................. 6
Installing the Backplane or Motherboard................................................... 6
Table 2.1: Yellow label indicating copper stub locations ............. 7
Figure 2.2 Installing a backplane ................................................. 8
Figure 2.3 Installing a motherboard ............................................. 8
Installing CPU card or Add-on Card.......................................................... 8
2.3.1 Installing the CPU Card ................................................................ 8
Figure 2.4 Installing a CPU card.................................................. 9
Hold-down Clamp.................................................................................... 10
Figure 2.5 Installing rubber cushions and hold-down clamp...... 10
Installing Disk Drives............................................................................... 11
Figure 2.6 Installing the drives................................................... 11
2.5.1 Installing a 5.25" disk drive ......................................................... 11
2.5.2 Installing a 3.5" floppy disk drive................................................. 12
2.5.3 Installing an internal hard disk drive in the 3.5" drive bay ........... 12
2.5.4 Installing a SAS/SATA HDD in the front-accessible HDD tray.... 12
Figure 2.7 Installing a SAS or SATA HDD................................. 12
Attaching the Ears and Handles.............................................................. 13
Figure 2.8 Attaching the ears and handles ................................ 13
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
Chapter
3
Operation............................................15
3.1
The Front Panel ...................................................................................... 16
3.1.1 Switch and buttons...................................................................... 16
Figure 3.1 The switch & buttons on the front panel ................... 16
3.1.2 LED indicators for System Status ............................................... 16
Figure 3.2 The LEDs on the front panel..................................... 16
Table 3.1: LED definition summary ........................................... 16
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3.1.3
3.2
3.3
3.4
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4
Dual-Slot SAS/SATA Backplane ...... 23
4.1
Backplane Layout ................................................................................... 24
Figure 4.1 Front side layout (connect to the HDD) .................... 24
Figure 4.2 Rear side layout (connect to the RAID card or motherboard) ....................................................................... 24
Connectors & Pin Definition .................................................................... 24
Table 4.1: SAS / SATA HDD connectors and
LEDs on front side.................................................... 24
Table 4.2: SATA cable connectors on rear side........................ 24
Table 4.3: CN46, Power connector ........................................... 24
Table 4.4: CN14, Fan connector ............................................... 24
4.2
Chapter
LED Indicators for SAS/SATA HDD Power & Status.................. 17
Table 3.2: SAS/SATA HDD LED indicator function................... 17
Replacing the Fans ................................................................................. 18
Figure 3.3 Replacing the system cooling fan............................. 18
3.2.1 Replacing the system cooling fan ............................................... 18
3.2.2 Replacing the fan behind the SAS/SATA HDD backplane ......... 18
Figure 3.4 Replacing the fan behind the SAS/SATA HDD backplane......................................................................... 19
Cleaning the Filters ................................................................................. 19
Figure 3.5 Removing the filters.................................................. 19
Replacing the Power Supply................................................................... 20
3.4.1 Changing the single PS/2 power supply ..................................... 20
Figure 3.6 Changing the single PS/2 power supply................... 20
3.4.2 Replacing the Redundant Power Supply Module ....................... 21
Figure 3.7 Replacing the redundant power supply module ....... 21
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Alarm Board ...................................... 25
5.1
Alarm Board Layout ................................................................................ 26
Figure 5.1 Alarm board layout ................................................... 26
Alarm board specifications...................................................................... 26
5.2.1 Connectors, Jumper and Pin Definition ...................................... 26
Table 5.1: Summary of the connectors,
jumper and pin definition .......................................... 26
5.2.2 Switch settings............................................................................ 27
Table 5.2: SW1, Fan number setting......................................... 27
Thermal Sensor ...................................................................................... 28
Figure 5.2 Thermal sensor module layout ................................. 28
Table 5.3: CN1 & CN2, Temperature sensor connector ........... 28
Table 5.4: SW1, Thermal sensor I.D. number setting ............... 28
5.2
5.3
Appendix A
Exploded Diagram & Parts List ....... 29
Figure A.1 Exploded Diagram & Parts List ................................ 30
Appendix B
Backplane & Motherboard Options. 31
B.1
Backplane Options.................................................................................. 32
Table B.1: PICMG 1.3 Backplane Options ................................ 32
Table B.2: PICMG 1.0 Backplane options ................................. 32
Motherboard Options .............................................................................. 33
Table B.3: ATX Motherboard Options........................................ 33
Table B.4: MicroATX Motherboard Options............................... 33
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Chapter
1
1
General Information
This chapter provides general
information about the ACP-4320.
Sections include:
! Introduction
! Specifications
! Power supply options
! Environment specification
! Dimension diagram
1.1 Introduction
The ACP-4320 is a 4U rackmount industrial computer chassis designed for building
mission-critical applications. With the latest industrial design on its outlook, the ACP4320 breakthroughs the traditional, rigid impression of industrial PCs, and provides
users with both a high-performance and a state-of-the-art operating platform.
Dual front-accessible SAS/SATA HDD trays for easy maintenance
The ACP-4320 is supplied with two front-accessible SAS/SATA HDD trays, which
provide the most economic and user-friendly solution for data storage. Users may
easily replace a SAS/SATA HDD without opening the chassis cover. Other data storage options include two 5.25" drive bays for optical disk drives and one 3.5" drive bay
for floppy drive disk or internal 3.5" hard drive disk. Moreover, the front accessible
USB interface can be connected with various peripheral devices for data input,
backup, and transferal.
Unique alarm detection and notification to reduce system down time
The ACP-4320 has a unique alarm module. This module automatically detects the
system operating conditions, such as power, HDD, FAN, as well as in-chassis temperature, and it may show the system status on the front LED indicators. If any failure
happens, the module will also give an audible alarm to notify users to take necessary
actions.
Versatile industrial features
The ACP-4320 supports either an ATX or a MicroATX motherboard, plus an up-to-15slot PICMG 1.0 backplane or 12-slot PICMG1.3 express backplane, bringing users
flexibility for their system configuration planning.
It also provides a wide range of ATX power supply options for user selection: from
300W to 400W for both single and redundant power supply. The lockable front door
prevents from any unauthorized access to data storage zone. Moreover, the streamlined in-chassis airflow design keeps the system cool, while the easy-to-maintain fans
and filters shorten the system's MTTR (Mean Time to Repair). All these outstanding
features make the ACP-4320 the best choice for price, performance and overall cost
of ownership.
1.2 Specifications
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Construction: Heavy duty steel
Disk drive capacity: Two front-accessible mobile trays for 3.5" SAS/SATA
HDDs, one 3.5" bay for FDD or internal HDD, and two 5.25" bays for optical disk
drives
I/O interfaces on front panel: two USB ports
I/O interfaces on rear panel: (BP version) one D-SUB 9-pin opening; (MB version) five D-SUB 9-pin & one 68-pin SCSI openings
Indicators on front panel: LEDs for Power On, HDD activity, TEMP, FAN activity and LAN connection
Switches on front panel: Power On/Off, System Reset and Alarm Reset
Fans: 1 x 114 CFM & 1 x 28 CFM
Weight: 17.6 kg (38.7 lb)
Dimensions (W x H x D): 482 x 177 x 478 mm (19" x 7" x 18.8")
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1.3.1 300W ATX power supply with PFC (PS-300ATX-ZBE)
Table 1.1: 300W ATX power supply with PFC (PS-300ATX-ZBE)
300 watts max. (ATX, PFC)
Input rating
100 ~ 240 VAC @ 50 ~ 60 Hz (full range)
Output voltage
+5 V @ 30 A, +3.3 V @ 28 A, +12 V @ 15 A, -5 V @ 0.3 A, -12 V
@ 0.8 A, +5 VSB @ 2 A
Minimum load
+5 V @ 0.1 A, +12 V @ 0.5 A
MTBF
100,000 hours @ 25°C
Safety
UL/TUV/CB/CCC
1.3.2 400W ATX power supply with PFC (PS-400ATX-ZBE)
Table 1.2: 400W ATX power supply with PFC (PS-400ATX-ZBE)
Output rating
400 watts max. (ATX, PFC)
Input rating
100 ~ 240 VAC @ 47 ~ 63 Hz (full range)
Output voltage
+5 V @ 35 A, +3.3 V @ 28 A, +12 V @ 30 A, -5 V @ 0.5 A, -12 V
@ 0.8 A, +5 VSB @ 2 A
Minimum load
+5 V @ 3 A, +12 V @ 1 A, +5 VSB @ 0.1 A
MTBF
91,000 hours @ 25°C
Safety
UL/TUV/CB/CCC
1.3.3 300W ATX redundant power supply (RPS-300ATX-ZE)
Table 1.3: 300W ATX redundant power supply (RPS-300ATX-ZE)
Output rating
300 watts max. (ATX, PFC)
Input rating
100 ~ 240 VAC @ 50 ~ 60 Hz (full range)
Output voltage
+5 V @ 25 A, +3.3 V @ 18 A, +12 V @ 16 A, -5 V @ 0.5 A, -12 V
@ 0.5 A, +5 VSB @ 2 A
Minimum load
+5 V @ 3 A, +3.3 V @ 1 A, +12 V @ 2 A, +5 VSB @ 0.1 A
MTBF
100,000 hours @ 25°C
Safety
UL/TUV/CB/CC
1.3.4 400W ATX redundant power supply (RPS-400ATX-ZE)
Table 1.4: 400W ATX redundant power supply (RPS-400ATX-ZE)
Output rating
400 watts max. (ATX, PFC)
Input rating
100 ~ 240 VAC @ 47 ~ 63 Hz (full range)
Output voltage
+5 V @ 35 A, +3.3 V @ 25 A, +12 V @ 28 A, -5 V @ 0.5 A, -12 V
@ 1.2 A, +5 VSB @ 2 A
Minimum load
+5 V @ 3 A, +3.3 V @ 1 A, +12 V @ 2 A, +5 VSB @ 0.1 A
MTBF
100,000 hours @ 25°C
Safety
UL/TUV/CB/CC
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Output rating
Chapter 1
1.3 Power Supply Options
1.4 Environment Specifications
Table 1.5: Environment specifications
Environment
Operating
Non-operating
Temperature
0 ~ 40°C (32 ~ 104°F)
-20 ~ 60°C (-4 ~
140°F)
Humidity
10 ~ 85% @ 40°C,
non-condensing
10~95% @ 40C,
non-condensing
Vibration (5 ~ 500 MHz)
1G rms
2G
Shock
10G (with 11 ms duration,
half sine wave)
30G
Safety
CE compliant
1.5 Dimension Diagram
MB Version
BP Version
Unit: mm (inch)
Figure 1.1 Diagram diagram
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Chapter
2
2
System Setup
This chapter introduces the installation process.
Sections include:
! Installing the backplane or
motherboard
! Installing CPU card or add-on
card
! Installing disk drives
! Attaching the ears and handles
The following procedures are provided to assist you in installing a motherboard (or
backplane), disk drives, and plug-in cards into the ACP-4320. Please also refer to the
Appendix A, Exploded Diagram, for the detail parts of the chassis.
2.1 Removing the Top Cover
To remove the top cover, please refer to Figure 2.1.
Figure 2.1 Removing the top cover
2.2 Installing the Backplane or Motherboard
The ACP-4320 supports either up to 15-slot backplane, or ATX/microATX motherboard. To install backplane or motherboard, please proceed as follows:
1. Dismantle the hold-down clamp by removing the two screws on both ends.
2. Find the yellow label (shown as Table 2.1) on the inside of the chassis bottom. It
shows the copper stub locations for attaching the specific backplane or motherboard. Get the copper stubs from the accessory box and follow the table to
screw the copper stubs on the proper locations
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NUT NUMBER
BP/MP MODEL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29
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A M
Be careful to screw the Copper Stub under 10 kgf cm.
3.
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6.
7.
8.
While installing a BACKPLANE, put it in place and then attach the supplied EMI
spring shielding onto it. Then fasten the screws provided. (see Figure 2.2),
For the PICMG 1.0 BACKPLANE, connect the orange-white wire from connector "HCN1" on the backplane to connector "CN21" on the CPU card.
While installing a MOTHERBOARD, attach the motherboard I/O shield onto the
rear plate first. Then fasten the motherboard onto the chassis. (see Figure 2.3)
Plug in the 20- pin (or 24-pin) ATX power connector and +12 V power connector
from the power supply to the backplane or motherboard.
Connect the wires for the POWER switch, RESET switch, and the front USB
from the front panel to the motherboard.
Connect the wires for the POWER LED, HDD LED and LAN LED from the motherboard to the small LED board, which is attached to the front panel of the chassis.
Note!
AIMB-74X series motherboards don't support front LAN LED function.
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PCA-6113P4R
PCA-6114P7
PCA-6114P12
PCA-6114P4
PCA-6114P10
PCA-6113DP4
PCA-6114-B
PCA-6113P7X
PCA-6115
PCA-6114P12X
PCE-7B13-64
PCE-5B12-64
AIMB-740
AIMB-741
AIMB-742
AIMB-744
AIMB-750
AIMB-760
AIMB-762
AIMB-554
AIMB-560
Chapter 2
Table 2.1: Yellow label indicating copper stub locations
Figure 2.2 Installing a backplane
Figure 2.3 Installing a motherboard
2.3 Installing CPU card or Add-on Card
The ACP-4320BP accepts an up to 15-slot cards. To install a CPU card or add-on
card, proceed as follows:
2.3.1 Installing the CPU Card
1.
2.
Select a vacant PICMG slot for the full-length CPU card, or a PCI/ISA slot for
other add-on cards. Then, remove the corresponding I/O bracket attached to the
rear plate of the chassis.
Insert the CPU card (with CPU, CPU cooler, RAM, and necessary cables
installed) or add-on card vertically into the proper slot. For full-length CPU card,
please make sure that the card bracket has been inserted properly and the
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5.
Note!
Most of Advantech's full-sized CPU cards support the front USB function. However, only the PCA-6184-B, PCA-6186-B, PCA-6188, PCA6190 and the later full-sized CPU cards support the front LAN LED function.
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Figure 2.4 Installing a CPU card
Chapter 2
3.
4.
other edge of the card has been inserted into the plastic guiding fillister. Fasten
the screws on the top of both brackets of the card. (see Figure 2.4).
Repeat Step 1 and 2 if there is more than one add-on card to be installed.
Connect the wires for the POWER switch, RESET switch, and the Connect the
9-pin USB wire, Power switch wire, and the System Reset switch wire from the
chassis to the CPU card. Connect the wire of LAN LED from the chassis to the
CPU card. Connect the wire of HDD LED from the SATA HDD backplane to the
CPU card.
For the PICMG 1.0 BACKPLANE, connect the orange-white wire from the connector "CN20" on the CPU card to connector "HCN1" on the backplane. Connect the power switch wire from the chassis to connector "CN21" on the CPU
card.
2.4 Hold-down Clamp
The hold-down clamp protects all the cards from vibration and shock.
After installing all the cards, please refer to the following steps to install the rubber
cushions and the hold-down clamp.
1. There are two rows of notches on both sides of the hold-down clamp for inserting into rubber cushions provided in the accessory box. One side is for PCI
cards, while the other side is for ISA cards. Depending on the card height, the
cushions can be inserted upward or downward. After the rubber cushions have
been inserted into the notches, they will stabilize the add-on cards to protect
them from shock and vibration. (see Figure 2.5)
2. Secure the hold-down clamp into its original position.
Figure 2.5 Installing rubber cushions and hold-down clamp
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The ACP-4320 comes with two front-accessible SAS/SATA HDD trays; it also supports two 5.25" disk drives and one 3.5"flppy disk drive or an internal SATA/ATA hard
disk drive.
For the first time installing all disk drives together into the ACP-4320
chassis, we suggest users install the two 5.25" disk drives (refer to Section 2.5.1) first, then the 3.5" floppy disk drive (refer to Section 2.5.2) or
internal 3.5" hard disk drive (refer to Section 2.5.3), and finally, the dual
SAS/SATA hard disk drives into the front-accessible SAS/SATA HDD
trays (refer to Section 2.5.4).
Note!
The ACP-4320's dual, front-accessible SAS/SATA HDD trays do not
support the hot swap feature. User can install a SAS/SATA RAID card
for the RAID application, but the SAS/SATA HDD LEDs won't function
when the HDD fails, or when rebuilding the data, because it wasn't
designed for the specific SAS/SATA RAID card. However users can still
monitor status via the GUI application provided by the RAID card vendor.
Figure 2.6 Installing the drives
2.5.1 Installing a 5.25" disk drive
1.
2.
3.
Remove the two screws, which mount the FDD bracket to the drive bay unit.
Remove the four screws, which mount the drive bay to the chassis, then take
out the drive bay.
Remove the front cover of one 5.25" drive bay. Insert one 5.25" disk drive (e.g.,
5.25" CD-ROM/-RW) into the proper location in the drive bay and fix it with four
screws.
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Note!
Chapter 2
2.5 Installing Disk Drives
4.
5.
6.
7.
Connect a 40-pin flat cable from the CPU card/motherboard to the optical disk
drive.
Plug in a peripheral power connector from the power supply to the optical disk
drive.
Repeat Steps 3 ~ 5 if there is more than one drive.
Return the drive bay unit into the chassis and fix it with the four screws.
2.5.2 Installing a 3.5" floppy disk drive
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove the front cover of one 3.5" drive bay.
Insert one 3.5" floppy disk drive into the proper location in the FDD bracket and
fix it with four screws.
Attach the FDD bracket to the drive bay unit and fix it with two screws.
Connect a 34-pin flat cable from the CPU card/motherboard to the floppy disk
drive.
Plug in a floppy drive power connector from the power supply to the floppy disk
drive.
2.5.3 Installing an internal hard disk drive in the 3.5" drive bay
1.
2.
3.
4.
Insert one 3.5" hard disk drive into the proper location in the FDD bracket and fix
it with four screws.
Attach the FDD bracket to the drive bay unit and fix it with two screws.
Connect a 40-pin flat cable from the CPU card/motherboard to an ATA (IDE)
hard disk drive or a SATA cable to a SATA hard disk drive.
Plug in a peripheral power connector from the power supply to the hard disk
drive.
2.5.4 Installing a SAS/SATA HDD in the front-accessible HDD tray
ACP-4320 accepts both SAS and SATA HDDs. It is not necessary to remove top
cover when installing a SAS or SATA HDD in any of the front-accessible HDD trays.
1. Left-shift the key latch of one HDD tray to unlock the tray. Hold the handle of the
tray and draw it out from the chassis.
2. Refer to Figure 2.7 and slide one hard disk drive into the proper location in the
tray and fix it with 4 ~ 6 screws.
Figure 2.7 Installing a SAS or SATA HDD
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4.
Return and push the HDD tray into the chassis until the handle of tray is moving
back. Right-shift the key latch of the HDD tray to lock the tray.
Repeat Steps 1 to 3 if there is a second HDD to be installed.
2.6 Attaching the Ears and Handles
There are a pair of ears and handles in the accessory box. If you need to install the
chassis on the rack, refer to Figure 2.8 to fasten them to the front-right and front-left
edges with the four screws provided.
Chapter 2
3.
System Setup
Figure 2.8 Attaching the ears and handles
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Chapter
3
3
Operation
This chapter introduces the system operation information.
Sections include:
! The front panel
! Replacing the cooling fan
! Cleaning the filters
! Replacing the power supply
3.1 The Front Panel
3.1.1 Switch and buttons
SYSTEM
RESET
ALARM
RESET
POWER
Figure 3.1 The switch & buttons on the front panel
System Reset Button: Press this switch to reinitialize the system.
Alarm Reset Button: Press this switch to suppress or stop an audible alarm. Whenever a fault in the system occurs (e.g., fan failure, or a too high in-chassis temperature), an audible alarm is activated. Pressing this switch will cause the alarm to stop.
Momentary Power switch: Press this switch to turn the system power on or off.
Please use system shutdown or press this switch for few seconds to turn off the system ATX power.
3.1.2 LED indicators for System Status
Power
TEMP
HDD
FAN
LAN2
LAN1
Figure 3.2 The LEDs on the front panel
Six LEDs (shown as Figure 3.2) are placed on the front panel of the ACP-4320 chassis to indicate the system health and activity. Please refer to Table 3.1 for the LED
definition summary.
Table 3.1: LED definition summary
LED
Description
Green
Red
Power
System Power
Normal
Abnormal
TEMP
In-Chassis Temperature
Normal
Abnormal
HDD
Hard Disk Drive Activity
Data Access
N/A
FAN
Cooling Fan Status
Normal
Abnormal
LAN1
LAN2
LAN Connection
Link: Blinking
only when Data Transition
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Each SAS/SATA HDD tray has a pair of LED indicators for displaying the SAS/SATA
HDD power and the activity status. Please refer to Table 3.2 for the LED definition
summary.
Table 3.2: SAS/SATA HDD LED indicator function
LED
Description
Green
Blue
power of HDD
HDD power on
N/A
Status of HDD
N/A
Data access: Blinking
Idle:
Light (SAS HDD)
No light (SATA HDD)
When the system power is on and the SAS or SATA HDD is connected well, the HDD
power LED is Green. If it fails to light up, check if you connected the SAS or SATA
HDD well. Or please ask the technician to inspect the related cables in the chassis.
When the SAS or SATA HDD is transmitting data, the status LED blinks BLUE.
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3.1.3 LED Indicators for SAS/SATA HDD Power & Status
Chapter 3
If the system is connected with a single PS/2 power supply, the Power LED is always
Green when power on.
When the PWR LED is RED, it indicates a redundant power supply failure. To stop
the alarm buzzer, press the Alarm Reset button. Then, check out the redundant
power supply right away and replace the failed power supply module with a good
one.
If the TEMP LED is RED and blinking, it means that the system detects an overly
high temperature in the chassis. An audible alarm is activated. To stop the alarm
buzzer, press the Alarm Reset button. Inspect the fan filter and the rear section of
the chassis immediately. Make sure airflow inside the chassis is smooth and not
blocked by dust or other particles.
When the HDD LED is Green and blinking, it indicates some data is written into or
read from the HDD. When it becomes no light, it indicates no data write/read is under
proceeding.
When the FAN LED is RED and blinking, it indicates a failed cooling fan, and the
alarm buzzer is also activated. To stop the alarm buzzer, press the Alarm Reset button, and replace the failed fan immediately.
When the LAN1/2 LED is Green, it indicates the LAN is linked but no data is transmitted via the LAN. When it turns into blinking, it indicates some data is transmitted via
the LAN.
3.2 Replacing the Fans
There is one fan behind the front plate of ACP-4320 chassis and one fan behind the
SAS/SATA drive bay. To replace either of the fans, please refer to Figure 3.3 and proceed as follows:
Figure 3.3 Replacing the system cooling fan
3.2.1 Replacing the system cooling fan
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Un-plug the fan power connector.
Remove the thumb screw, which fixes the fan bracket to the chassis and lift it
with two fingers.
Remove the four screws, which mount the failed fan to the fan bracket, and take
out the fan.
Remove the four screws, which mount the fan guard to the failed fan, and take
out the fan guard.
Get a new fan. Place the fan guard on the new fan and fix it with four screws.
Place the new fan on the fan bracket, and fix it with four screws.
Slide the fan bracket back to the chassis and fasten the thumb screw.
Plug in the fan power connector.
3.2.2 Replacing the fan behind the SAS/SATA HDD backplane
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Remove the chassis top cover.
Unplug the fan power connector.
Push the hook on the left side of the fan to take out the fan (see Figure 3.4).
Replace the broken fan with a new one.
Stick the fan to the hook on the right side of the bracket, then directly push the
fan into the bracket.
Plug in the fan power connector.
Replace the top cover and fasten it.
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3.3 Cleaning the Filters
The filters function to block dust or particles from the work environment and to extend
the longevity of the system. It is recommended to clean the filters periodically.
There are two filters in the chassis, one in front of the fan and the other behind the
front door. To clean the filters, proceed as follows.
Figure 3.5 Removing the filters
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open the front door.
Pull out the filter behind the door by pushing two 2 clips; pull out the fan filter by
pushing the hook and then slide it rightward.
Clean the filters with a soft brush or wash the dust away from the filters under
running water. Then dry it. (see Figure 3.5)
Replace the filter inside the unit.
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Figure 3.4 Replacing the fan behind the SAS/SATA HDD backplane
3.4 Replacing the Power Supply
The ACP-4320 supports either 300W/400W single PS/2 or 300W/400W redundant
power supplies. To change a failed power supply, please proceed as follows:
Replacing the single PS/2 power supply
3.4.1 Changing the single PS/2 power supply
Figure 3.6 Changing the single PS/2 power supply
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Un-plug the power cord from the power supply.
Remove the top cover.
Remove the two screws, which mount the hold-down clamp to the chassis, and
take out the hold-down clamp.
Unplug the 20-/24-pin ATX power connector and +12V power connector from
the backplane/motherboard, hard disk drives, floppy disk drive and peripherals.
Remove the six screws which mount the failed power supply to the chassis,
then take out the power supply.
Place a new power supply into the chassis and fix it with the six screws.
Plug the ATX power connector and +12V power connector to the backplane/
motherboard, as well as the hard disk drive and floppy drive and the peripheral
power connectors to the proper disk drives.
Replace the hold down clamp and fix it with the two screws.
Replace the top cover and then plug in the power cord.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Turn off the power switch of the failed power supply module.
Un-plug the power cord from the failed module.
Loosen the screw on the failed module and then grab the handle to gently pull it
out.
Make sure that the new module is the same rating as the damaged one.
Slide the power supply module inward until it locks into the right position.
Secure the screw and replace the handle. Then plug the power cord and turn on
the power switch on the new module.
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Figure 3.7 Replacing the redundant power supply module
Chapter 3
3.4.2 Replacing the Redundant Power Supply Module
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Chapter
4
4
Dual-Slot SAS/SATA
Backplane
This chapter introduces the SAS/
SATA HDD backplane information.
Sections include:
! Backplane layout
! Connectors & pin definition
4.1 Backplane Layout
Figure 4.1 Front side layout (connect to the HDD)
Figure 4.2 Rear side layout (connect to the RAID card or motherboard)
4.2 Connectors & Pin Definition
Table 4.1: SAS / SATA HDD connectors and LEDs on front side
CON1 ~ CON2
SAS / SATA HDD connectors
LED3 ~ LED4
SATA HDD1 ~ HDD2 power LED (green)
LED1 ~ LED2
SATA HDD1 ~ HDD2 Bi-Color LED (blue) HDD Activity (blue)
Table 4.2: SATA cable connectors on rear side
SATA1 ~ SATA2
Cable connectors for connecting to SAS / SATA RAID card or motherboard
Table 4.3: CN46, Power connector
Pin1
+12 V
Pin3
GND
Pin2
GND
Pin4
VCC
Pin3
+5 V
Table 4.4: CN14, Fan connector
Pin1
GND
Pin2
+12 V
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Chapter
5
5
Alarm Board
This chapter introduces the alarm
board and thermal sensor specifications.
Sections include:
! Alarm board layout
! Alarm board specifications
! Thermal sensor
! Sensor I.D. number setting
The alarm board is located under the system fan. It makes an audible alarm when:
! Any power supply module of the redundant power supply fails
! One of the cooling fans fai1s
! Internal temperature of the chassis is too high
To stop the alarm beep, simply press the Alarm Reset button on the front panel.
5.1 Alarm Board Layout
The layout and detailed specifications of the alarm board are given below:
Figure 5.1 Alarm board layout
5.2 Alarm board specifications
Input Power: +5V, +12V
Input Signals:
! 7 fan connectors
! One thermal sensor connector (connects up to 8 thermal sensors in series)
! One Power Good connector
! One alarm reset connector
! One voltage signal connector (connect from the backplane / motherboard, supporting six voltages: +-12 V, +-5 V, +3.3 V and +5 Vsb)
! One HDD LED connector (connect from the CPU card/motherboard)
Output Signals:
! One LED board connector
! One Buzzer output
5.2.1 Connectors, Jumper and Pin Definition
Table 5.1: Summary of the connectors, jumper and pin definition
CN1: External power connector, standard mini 4-pin power connector
GND
Pin 1
+12V @ 2A max.
Pin 2
+5V @ 2A max
Pin 3
GND
Pin 4
CN4: Thermal sensor (LM75) connector
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Pin 1
+5V
Pin 2
Pin 3
T_SDAT
Pin 4
CN13: Voltage detection input connector
Pin 1
5VSB
Pin 2
Pin 3
GND
Pin 4
Pin 5
+5V
Pin 6
Pin 7
-12V
Pin 8
CN16: Power Good input connector
Pin 1
Power Good A
Pin 2
CN17: Alarm Reset connector
Pin 1
Alarm reset
Pin 2
CN18: Output connector to LED Board
Pin 1
GND
Pin 2
Pin 3
+12 V Signal
Pin 4
Pin 5
-12 V Signal
Pin 6
Pin 7
Power Good Signal
Pin 8
Pin 9
Temperature Good Signal Pin 10
Pin 11
FAN Good Signal
Pin 12
Pin 13
N/A
Pin 14
Pin 15
+5 VSB Signal
CN26: External HDD LED connector
Pin 1
HLED_ACT
Pin 2
FAN1~FAN7: Fan connectors
Pin 1
GND
Pin 2
Pin 3
FAN_DEC
J1: External speaker
Pin 1
Buzzer
Pin 2
SW1: Fan number select switch
Pin 1
GND
Pin 2
Pin 3
GND
Pin 4
Pin 5
GND
Pin 6
Pin 7
GND
Pin 8
T_SCLK
GND
GND
-5V
+3.3V
+12V
GND
+5 V Signal
-5 V Signal
HDD Signal
Power Fail Signal
Temperature Fail Signal
FAN Fail Signal
+3.3 V Signal
N/A
+12 V
+5 V
FAN_SEL1
FAN_SEL2
FAN_SEL3
Reset
5.2.2 Switch settings
The alarm board is designed to connect with up to 7 fans. The user can set the fan
number by adjusting the switch, SW1, on the alarm board.
Table 5.2: SW1, Fan number setting
Fan Number
0
1
2 (default)
3
4
5
6
SW 1-1
SW 1- 2
SW 1- 3
SW 1- 4
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
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GND
7
ON
Note!
ON
ON
OFF
Please connect the fan connectors in the correct sequence: If two fans
are set on SW1, the correct method to connect them into connectors
FAN1 and FAN2. If the two fans are connected to other fan connectors,
out of sequence, such as FAN1 and FAN3 or FAN2 and FAN3 or FAN3
and FAN4, then the alarm will not function correctly.
5.3 Thermal Sensor
There is a thermal sensor mounted on the right-wall plate, close to the rear side of
the chassis. The thermal sensor monitors the in-chassis temperature. When the side
temperature is overheated, the thermal sensor sends a signal to the alarm board and
a continuous alarm will be activated. To stop the alarm beep, press the Alarm Reset
button on the front panel. Figure 5.2 shows the layout of the thermal sensor module.
Figure 5.2 Thermal sensor module layout
The default sensor I.D. number is 1. Users can refer to Table 5.4 Thermal sensor
number setting to adjust the switch.
Table 5.3: CN1 & CN2, Temperature sensor connector
Pin 1
Pin 3
+5 V
T_SDAT
Pin 2
T_SCLK
Pin 4
GND
Table 5.4: SW1, Thermal sensor I.D. number setting
Sensor I.D. Number
1 (default)
2
3
4
5
6
7
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OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
SW 1 - 2
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
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SW 1 - 3
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
SW 1 - 4
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Appendix
A
A
Exploded Diagram &
Parts List
Figure A.1 Exploded Diagram & Parts List
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Appendix
B
B
Backplane &
Motherboard Options
B.1 Backplane Options
ACP-4320 support a variety of PICMG 1.3 / 1.0 backplanes. Users can contact a
local sales representative for detailed specification and information.
Table B.1: PICMG 1.3 Backplane Options
Model Name
Segment
PCE-7B13
PCE-5B12
Slots Per Segment
SHB*
PCIe x 16
PCIe x 8
PCI-X
PCI
Single
1
-
2
6
4
Single
1
1
-
6
4
*SHB: System Host Board
Table B.2: PICMG 1.0 Backplane options
Model Name
Segment
PCA-6114
Slots Per Segment
PICMG
PICMG/PCI PCI
ISA
Single
-
-
14
PCA-6114P4
Single
2
-
4
8
PCA-6114P7
Single
3
1
6
4
PCA-6114P10
Single
2
-
10
2
PCA-6114P12
Single
1
1
11
1
PCA-6114P12X
Single
1
1
11
1
PCA-6113P4R
Single
2
-
4
7
PCA-6113P7XE
Single
2
-
7
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ACP-4320 supports a variety of Advantech ATX/MicroATX motherboards as below.
Users can contact a local sales representative for detailed information.
Table B.3: ATX Motherboard Options
Bus
Model
Name
PCI
PCI/ISA
ISA
AGP
SATA
AIMB-740
4 (32-bit)
1
1
-
-
AIMB-742
4 (32-bit)
1
1
1 (8X)
-
AIMB-744
2 (PCI-X 64-bit)
4 (PCI 32-bit)
-
-
1 (8X)
2
AIMB-750
2 (PCI-X 64-bit)
4 (PCI 32-bit)
-
-
1 (8X)
2
AIMB-760
1 (PCI-E 1X)
5 (PCI 32-bit)
-
-
-
4
AIMB-762
1 (PCIe 16X)
1 (PCIe 4X)
5 (PCI 32-bit)
-
-
-
4
AIMB-763
1 (PCIe 16X)
1 (PCIe 1X)
5 (PCI 32-bit)
-
-
-
4
AIMB-764
1 (PCIe 16X)
1 (PCIe 4X)
5 (PCI 32-bit)
-
-
-
5
AIMB-766
1 (PCIe 16X)
2 (PCIe 1X)
4 (PCI 32-bit)
-
-
-
6
Table B.4: MicroATX Motherboard Options
Bus
Model
Name
PCI
AGP
SATA
AIMB-564
1 (PCIe x16), 1 (PCIe x4), 2 (PCI 32-bit)
-
7
AIMB-562
1 (PCIe x16), 1 (PCIe x1), 2 (PCI 32-bit)
-
4
AIMB-560
3 (PCI 32-bit)
-
4
AIMB-556
1 (PCIe x16), 1 (PCIe x4), 2 (PCI 32-bit)
-
4
AIMB-554
1 (PCIe x16), 1 (PCIe x4), 2 (PCI 32-bit)
-
2
AIMB-542
3 (PCI 32-bit)
1
2
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Appendix B Backplane & Motherboard Options
B.2 Motherboard Options
www.advantech.com
Please verify specifications before quoting. This guide is intended for reference
purposes only.
All product specifications are subject to change without notice.
No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means,
electronic, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without prior written permission of the publisher.
All brand and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their
respective companies.
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