Aplex ARCHMI-7XX User manual

Aplex ARCHMI-7XX User manual
ARCHMI-7XX
User Manual
Release Date
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Revision
Oct. 2014
® 2014 Aplex Technology, Inc.
Taiwan
V1.6
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Warning!_____________________________
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions manual, it may cause interference to
radio communications. It has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
computing device pursuant to FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable
protection against such interference when operated in a commercial environment.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause interference in which
case the user at his own expense will be required to take whatever measures may be
required to correct the interference.
Electric Shock Hazard – Do not operate the machine with its back cover removed. There
are dangerous high voltages inside.
Avertissement!________________________
Cet équipement génère, utilise et peut émettre une énergie de radiofréquence et s'il
n'est pas installé et utilisé conformément au manuel d'instructions, il peut provoquer des
interférences dans les communications radio. Il a été testé et approuvé conforme aux
limites pour un dispositif de classe A et selon les règles de la FCC, qui sont conçues pour
fournir une protection raisonnable contre de telles interférences dans un environnement
commercial. Le fonctionnement de cet équipement dans une zone résidentielle est
susceptible de provoquer des interférences, dans ce cas l'utilisateur, à ses propres frais,
devra faire le nécessaire pour prendre toutes les mesures requises pour corriger le
problème.
Risque de choc électrique - Ne pas faire fonctionner la machine avec son capot arrière
enlevé. Des tensions dangereuses sont élevées à l'intérieur.
Caution
Risk of explosion if the battery is replaced with an incorrect type.
Batteries should be recycled where possible. Disposal of used batteries must be in
accordance with local environmental regulations.
Precaution
Risque d'explosion si la pile usagée est remplacée par une pile de type incorrect.
Les piles usagée doivent être recyclées dans la mesure du possible. La mise au rebut
des piles usagées doit resecter les réglementations locales en vigueur en matière de
protection de l'environnement.
Disclaimer
This information in this document is subject to change without notice. In no event shall
Aplex Technology Inc. be liable for damages of any kind, whether incidental or
consequential, arising from either the use or misuse of information in this document or
in any related materials.
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Packing List
Accessories (as ticked) included in this package are:
□ Adaptor
□ Driver & manual CD disc
□ Other.___________________(please specify)
Safety Precautions
Follow the messages below to prevent your systems from damage:
◆ Avoid your system from static electricity on all occasions.
◆ Prevent electric shock. Don‘t touch any components of this card when the card is
power-on. Always disconnect power when the system is not in use.
◆ Disconnect power when you change any hardware devices. For instance, when
you connect a jumper or install any cards, a surge of power may damage the
electronic components or the whole system.
Consignes de sécurité
Suivez les messages ci-dessous pour éviter que vos systèmes contre
les dommages:
◆ É viter votre système contre l'électricité statique sur toutes les occasions.
◆ É vitez les chocs électriques. Ne pas toucher les composants de cette carte
lorsque la carte est sous tension. Toujours débrancher lorsque le système n'est
pas en cours d'utilisation.
◆ Couper l'alimentation électrique lorsque vous changez tous les périphériques
matériels. Par exemple, lorsque vous connectez un cavalier ou d'installer des
cartes, une forte augmentation de la puissance peut endommager les
composants électroniques ou l'ensemble du système.
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Table of Contents___________________
Warning!/Avertissement!............................…………………………….……..….2
Caution/Precaution/Disclaimer……………………………………………………2
Packing List…………………………………………………………………………..3
Safety Precautions/Consignes de sécurité……….……………………………..3
Chapter 1
Getting Started
1.1 Specifications…………………………...…………………………..6
1.2 Dimensions………..………………………...………………….......9
1.3 Brief Description of ARCHMI Series…………………….………14
1.4 Installation of HDD (ARCHMI-707/ARCHMI-708)…..…………16
1.5 Installation of HDD (ARCHMI-710)…………………………….. 18
1.6 Installation of HDD (ARCHMI-712/ARCHMI-715)...…...………19
Chapter 2
Hardware
2.1 Mainboard………………..…………………..………………..…..21
2.2 Installations…….……………………………..…………………...24
2.3 Jumpers Setting and Connectors.............................................26
Chapter 3
BIOS Setup
3.1 Operations after POST Screen................................................51
3.2 BIOS Setup Utility…................................................................51
3.3 Main Settings….......................................................................52
3.4 Advanced Settings..................................................................53
3.5 Chipset Settings......................................................................59
3.6 Boot Settings….......................................................................62
3.7 Security Settings.....................................................................64
3.8 Save and Exist Settings...........................................................65
Chapter 4
Installation of Drivers
4.1 Intel Chipset Driver.……………………….………………………68
4.2 Intel Graphics Media Accelerator Driver...……….……………..71
4.3 Intel (R) Network Adapter……..………………………………….74
4.4 Realtek ALC662 HD Audio Driver Installation…….……………76
Chapter 5
Touch Screen Installation
5.1 Windows 2000/XP USB Driver Installation for PenMount 6000
Series……………………………………………………………...78
5.1.1 Installing Software (Resistive Touch)....................................78
5.1.2 Installing Software (Projected Capacitive)............................82
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5.2 Software Functions……………………………………………….88
5.2.1 Software Functions (Resistive Touch)...................................88
5.2.2 Software Functions (Projected Capacitive)……….……...….97
Figures
Figure 1.1: Dimensions of ARCHMI-707…....………………..……...9
Figure 1.2: Dimensions of ARCHMI-708……..……….………..…..10
Figure 1.3: Dimensions of ARCHMI-710………………………..…..11
Figure 1.4: Dimensions of ARCHMI-712……………………....……12
Figure 1.5: Dimensions of ARCHMI-715…………………….......…13
Figure 1.6: Front View of ARCHMI SERIES……………….....…….14
Figure 1.7: Rear View of ARCHMI-707/ARCHMI-708……………..15
Figure 1.8: Rear View of ARCHMI-710……………………………...15
Figure 1.9: Rear View of ARCHMI-712/ARCHMI-715……………..15
Figure 2.1: Mainboard Dimensions…………………………..……...23
Figure 2.2: Jumpers and Connectors Location_ Board Top……....24
Figure 2.3: Jumpers and Connectors Location_ Board Bottom..…25
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Chapter 1
Getting Started
1.1 Specifications
ARCHMI
-707(P)
System
CPU
ARCHMI
-708(P)
ARCHMI
-710(P)
ARCHM
-712(P)
ARCHMI
-715(P)
Intel Atom Cedar View N2600 1.6GHz Dual Core Processors
/Intel Atom D2550 1.8GHz (Optional for ARCHMI-712(P)/715(P) only)
Intel NM10
System
Chipset
System
Onboard DDR3 2GB 800 MHz
/4GB (Optional for ARCHMI-712(P)/715(P) only)
Memory
IO Port
USB
2 x USB 2.0 type A
Serial/
1 x RS-232/422/485 DB-9, COM1, Default RS-232
Parallel
1 x RS-232 DB-9, COM2
Audio
1 x Line out phone jack
LAN
2 x GbE RJ-45
Power
3 pins terminal block connector, DC Power input
Storage Space
HDD
1 x 1.8” SATA 2
1 x 2.5” SATA 2
Movable
1 x Internal SD slot, up to 32GB
device
Expansion
Expansion
1 x Internal Mini-PCIe half size
None
Slot
Optional
Outside I/O
Port
Display
Display Type
1 x Internal Mini-PCIe slot half size
2 x UART via internal CN3
2 x USB via internal CN3
1 x PCIe x1 via internal CN3
1 x PS/2 via internal CN3
4 x GPIO via internal CN3
2 x RS-232 DB-9 +1 x Mini-PCIe slot via TB-528C2ME1 (For ARCHMI-710(P)/712(P)/715(P))
2 x CAN bus via TB-528CAN2 (For ARCHMI-710(P)/712(P)/715(P))
2 x USB 2.0 type A +1 x Mini-PCIe slot +1 x RS-232 DB-9 via TB-528C1U2P1 (For ARCHMI-710(P))
2 x USB 2.0 type A +1 x Mini-PCIe slot via TB-528U2ME1 (For ARCHMI-712(P)/715(P))
7” TFT-LCD
8” TFT-LCD
10.1” TFT-LCD
12.1” TFT-LCD
15”TFT-LCD
Max.
Resolution
Max. Color
800x480
800x600
1280x800
800x600
1024x768
262K
16.2M
262K
16.2M
16.2M
Luminance
(cd/m²)
View
angle(H°/V°)
Contrast
Ratio
Backlight
350
350
350
330
350
140/120
140/125
160/160
160/140
170/170
400:1
500:1
20,000 Hrs
800:1
40,000 Hrs
50,000 Hrs
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Lifetime
Touch Screen
Type
Resistive Touch / Projected Capacitive Touch (for P model)
Interface
RS-232 / USB (for P model)
Light
80% / 90% (for P model)
Transmission
(%)
Power
Power Input
9~36V DC
Mechanical
Construction
Sliver aluminum front bezel and chassis
IP Rating
IP65 front panel
Mounting
Panel mounting, VESA 75 x 75
Panel mounting, VESA 100 x 100
Dimension
202 x 149 x 39
231 x 176 x 51
285 x 189 x 48.9
319 x 245 x 51.68
410 x 310 x 54.67
(mm)
Net Weight
1.2
1.8
2
2.5
4.4
(Kgs)
Environmental
Operating
0~50℃
Temperature
(°C)
Storage
-20~60℃
temperature
(°C)
Storage
10 to 90% @ 40°C, non- condensing
humidity
CE / FCC Class A (ARCHMI-710(P))
Certification
CE / FCC Class A / CB / CCC (ARCHMI-707(P)/708(P)/712(P)/715(P))
Operating
Windows XP Pro, Windows XP Embedded, Windows Embedded CE6.0(Note 1), Windows 7 pro for
System
Embedded, Windows Embedded standard 7(Win 7 support 3D Graphic function)
Support
Note 1: ARCHMI series is covered by one or more of the following patents: US6, 570, 884,
US6,115,776, and US6,327,625.
** Please be notice.
Due to the limitation for Intel N2000/D2000 EMGD driver, therefore ARCHMI will have some
limitation under XP.
1. The Intel EMGD driver version is v1.15
2. It will have the unknown device under device management due to not
support the Intel HDA device (refer to the photo below)
3. It will need install the correct driver by LCD panel size/resolution, totally
four version : 800*480, 800*600, 1024*768(18bit), 1024*768(24bit)
4. The original driver not support VGA display will have to customize
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1.2 Dimensions
Figure 1.1: Dimensions of ARCHMI-707
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Figure 1.2: Dimensions of ARCHMI-708
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Figure 1.3: Dimensions of ARCHMI-710
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Figure 1.4: Dimensions of ARCHMI-712
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Figure 1.5: Dimensions of ARCHMI-715
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1.3 Brief Description of ARCHMI Series
There are 7”, 8”, 10.1”, 12.1”, 15”, Industrial Compact Size Panel PC in ARCHMI series,
which comes with flat front panel touch screen and fanless design. It is powered by Intel Atom
N2600 1.6GHz CPU built-in, 2GB DDR III 800 MHz, and now it also can be powered by Intel
Atom D2550 1.8GHz CPU built-in, 4GB DDR III 800MHz optional for ARCHMI-712 and
ARCHMI-715. ARCHMI series is 9~36VDC wide-ranging power input and IP65 compliant
front panel. Optional projected capacitive touch screen support 7H anti-scratch surface is
ideal for use as a PC-based controller for Industrial Automation & Factory Automation.
Figure 1.5: Front View of ARCHMI SERIES
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Figure 1.6: Rear View of ARCHMI -707/ARCHMI -708
Figure 1.7: Rear View of ARCHMI-710
Figure 1.8: Rear View of ARCHMI -712/ ARCHMI- 715
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1.4 Installation of HDD (ARCHMI-707/ARCHMI-708)
Step 1
There are 2 screws to deal with when
enclosing or removing the chassis. Gently
remove 2 screws.
Step 2
There is a SSD card in the bracket. Gently
remove the screw, then carefully pull SSD
card.
Step 3
Take out SSD Card bracket.
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Step 4.
You can replace SSD card by unscrewing 4
screws as shown in the picture.
Note: 4 screws are packed in the packing
list.
Step 5
There is a SD card hole in the side of the
machine. You can replace SD card from
there.
Step 6.
Gently screw the screws.
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1.5 Installation of HDD (ARCHMI-710)
Step 1
There are 2 screws to deal with when
enclosing or removing the chassis. Gently
remove 2 screws.
Step 2
Take the storage cover beside the Panel PC.
Step 3
You can put or remove HDD into the
machine by pulling the HDD bracket.
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Step 4.
There is a SD hole in the side of machine.
You can replace SD card from there.
1.6 Installation of HDD (ARCHMI-712/ARCHMI-715)
Step 1
There are 2 screws to deal with when
enclosing or removing the chassis. Gently
remove 2 screws.
Step 2
You can put or remove HDD into the
machine by pulling the HDD bracket.
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Step 3
You can remove HDD by unscrewing 4
screws in the HDD bracket.
Note: 4 screws are packed in the packing
package.
Step 4
There is a SD hole in the side of machine.
You can replace SD card from there.
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Chapter 2
Hardware
2.1 Mainboard
Specifications
Board Size
170mm x 113mm
CPU Support
Intel Atom N2600 /1.60GHz (2cores,3.5W, onboard)
Intel Atom D2550 /1.86GHz(2cores,10W, option)
Chipset
Intel NM10 Express
Memory
Support
Graphics
Onboard 2GB DDRIII SDRAM
(N2600) Onboard 4GB DDRIII
SDRAM
(D2550)
Integrated
Intel GMA 3600 (N2600)
Display Mode
Integrated Intel GMA 3650
(D2550)
1 x CRT
Port
1 x HDMI Port
1 x LVDS1 (18/24-bit single LVDS)
Support
Resolution
Dual Display
Up to 1920 x1200 for
CRT Up to 1920 x1200
for HDMI
Up to 1366 x768 for LVDS1
(N2600)
Up to 1440 x 900 for
CRT+LVDS1
LVDS1 (D2550)
CRT+HDMI
Super I/O
LVDS1+HD
MI
Winbond W83627UHG-E
BIOS
AMIBIOS
Storage
1 x SATA Connector (7P)
1 x SATA Connector (7P+15P)
1 x SD Socket (USB to SD)
Ethernet
2 x PCIe Gbe LAN by Realtek RTL8111E
USB
Serial
2 x USB 2.0 (type A)stack ports (USB4/USB5)
2 x USB 2.0 Pin header for CN3 (USB2/USB3)
2 x USB 2.0 Pin header for CN1 (USB0/USB1)
1 x USB 2.0 for MPCIE1 (USB7)
1 x RS232/RS422/RS485 port, DB9 connector for external
(COM1)
pin 9 w/5V/12V/Ring select
1 x RS232 port, DB9 connector for external (COM2)
pin 9 w/5V/12V/Ring select
1 x RS422/485 header for CN2 (COM3)
2 x UART for CN3 (COM5,COM6)
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Digital I/O
Battery
Audio
8-bit digital I/O by Pin header (CN2)
4-bit digital Input
4-bit digital Output
4-bit
digital
I/O byLiPin
header
Support
CR2477
battery
by(CN3)
2-pin header
2-bit digital Input
Support Audio via Realtek ALC662 HD audio codec
2-bit digital Output
Support Line-in, Line-out, MIC by 2x6-pin header
Keyboard
/Mouse
1 x PS2 keyboard/mouse by 1x6 box pin header (CN3)
Expansion Bus
1 x mini-PCI-express slot
1 x PCI-express (CN3)
Touch Ctrl
1 x Touch ctrl header for TCH1 (COM4)
Power
Management
Wide Range DC10V~30v input
1 x 3-pin power input connector
Switches and
LED Indicators
1 x Power on/off switch (CN1)
1 x Reset switch (CN1)
1 x Power LED status (CN1)
1 x HDD LED status (CN1)
1 x Buzzer
2 x COM Ports (COM1/COM2)
2 x USB 2.0 Ports (stack)
2 x RJ45 GbE LAN Ports
1 x HDMI Port
1 x Stack audio Jack (Line out)
External I/O port
Watchdog Timer
Software programmable 1 – 255 second by Super I/O
Temperature
Operating: -20℃ to 70℃
Storage: -40℃ to 85℃
Humidity
5% - 95%, non-condensing, operating
Power
Consumption
EMI/EMS
12V /0.95A (Intel Atom N2600 processor with 2GB DDR3
DRAM)
Meet CE/FCC class A
2 x CAN bus
TB-528CAN2
1 x SIM Card Socket
1 x mini-PCI-express slot
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(units :mm)
Figure 2.1: Mainboard Dimensions
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2.2 Introduction
SBC-7106 is a 4" industrial motherboard developed on the basis of Intel Cedarview-M
Processors and NM10, which provides abundant peripheral interfaces to meet the needs of
different customers. Also, it features dual GbE ports, 3-COM ports and one Mini PCIE
configuration,one VGA port, one HDMI port, one LVDS interface. To satisfy the special needs
of high-end customers, CN1 and CN2 and CN3 richer extension functions. The product is
widely used in various sectors of industrial control.
2.2.1 Jumpers Setting and Connectors
Board Top
Figure 2.2: Jumpers and Connectors Location_ Board Top
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Board Bottom
Figure 2.3: Jumpers and Connectors Location_ Board Bottom
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2.3 Jumpers Setting and Connectors
1. JP5:
(2.0mm Pitch 1X2 box Pin Header),ATX Power and Auto Power on jumper setting.
JP5
Mode
Open
ATX Power
Close
Auto Power on (Default)
2. JP3:
(2.0mm Pitch 1X2 Pin Header)CMOS clear jumper, CMOS clear operation will permanently
reset old BIOS settings to factory defaults.
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
JP3
CMOS
Open
NORMAL (Default)
Close 1-2
Clear CMOS
Procedures of CMOS clear:
Turn off the system and unplug the power cord from the power outlet.
To clear the CMOS settings, use the jumper cap to close pins 1 and 2 for about 3 seconds then
reinstall the jumper clip back to pins open.
Power on the system again.
When entering the POST screen, press the <F1> or <DEL> key to enter CMOS Setup Utility to
load optimal defaults.
After the above operations, save changes and exit BIOS Setup.
Model
JP3
SBC-7106-N2600
No
SBC-7106-N2600-P
No
SBC-7106-D2550
Yes
3. BAT1 :
(1.25mm Pitch 1X2 box Pin Header) 3.0V Li battery is embedded to provide power for
CMOS.
Pin#
Signal Name
Pin1
VBAT
PIN2
Ground
4. DC_IN1:
(5.08mm Pitch 1x3 Pin Connector),DC9V~32V System power input connector。
Pin#
Power Input
Pin1
DC+9V~32V
Pin2
Ground
Pin3
FG
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Model
DC_IN1
SBC-7106-N2600
180°Connector
SBC-7106-N2600-P
45°Connector
SBC-7106-D2550
45°Connector
5. CPU_FAN1:
(2.54mm Pitch 1x3 Pin Header),Fan connector, cooling fans can be connected directly for
use. You may set the rotation condition of cooling fan in menu of BIOS CMOS Setup.
Pin#
Signal Name
1
Ground
2
VCC
3
Rotation detection
Note:
Output power of cooling fan must be limited under 5W.
Model
CPU_FAN1
SBC-7106-N2600
No
SBC-7106-N2600-P
No
SBC-7106-D2550
Yes
6. VGA1:
(CRT 2.0mm Pitch 2X6 Pin Header), Video Graphic Array Port, Provide 2x6Pin cable to
VGA Port.
Signal Name
Pin#
Pin#
Signal Name
CRT_RED
1
2
Ground
CRT_GREEN
3
4
Ground
CRT_BLUE
5
6
VGA_EN
CRT_H_SYNC
7
8
CRT_DDCDATA
CRT_V_SYNC
9
10
CRT_DDCCLK
Ground
11
12
Ground
VGA hot plug setting for Windows XP:
Function
VGA1(Pin Header)
Pin4-Pin6(Close)
VGA Simulation Disabled
VGA Simulation Enabled
Pin4-Pin6(Open)
use the 2.0mm jumper cap to close pin 4 and pin6
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7. HDMI1:
(HDMI 19P Connector), High Definition Multimedia Interface connector.
8. JP1:
(2.0mm Pitch 2x3 Pin Header),COM1 jumper setting, pin 1~6 are used to select signal out
of pin 9 of COM1 port.
JP1 Pin#
Function
Close 1-2
COM1 RI (Ring Indicator) (default)
Close 3-4
COM1 Pin9=+5V
(option)
Close 5-6
COM1 Pin9=+12V
(option)
9. S_232:
(Switch),COM1 jumper setting, it provides selectable RS232 or RS422 or RS485 serial
signal output.
Function
S_232 Pin#
RS232
(Default)
ON:
RS422
(option)
OFF:
Pin1, Pin2, Pin3, Pin4
RS485
(option)
OFF:
Pin1, Pin2, Pin3, Pin4
Pin1, Pin2, Pin3, Pin4
Note:
How to reach the switch position?
Step 1: Unscrew the storage cover
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Step 2: Remove the storage cover
Step 3: Unscrew the storage tray
Step 4: Remove the storage tray
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Step 5: The function switch setting shows up
10. S_422:
(Switch), COM1 setting, it provides selectable RS232 or RS422 or RS485 serial signal
output.
Function
S_422 Pin#
RS232
(Default)
OFF:
RS422
(option)
ON:
RS485
(option)
ON:
Pin1, Pin2, Pin3, Pin4
Pin1, Pin2, Pin3, Pin4
Pin1, Pin2, Pin3, Pin4
11. COM1:
(Type DB9),Rear serial port, standard DB9 Male serial port is provided to make a direct
connection to serial devices. COM1 port is controlled by pins No.1~6 of JP1,select output
Signal RI or 5V or 12V, For details, please refer to description of JP1 and S_232 and
S_422 setting.
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RS232 (Default):
Pin#
Signal Name
1
DCD# (Data Carrier Detect)
2
RXD (Received Data)
3
TXD (Transmit Data)
4
DTR (Data Terminal Ready)
5
Ground
6
DSR (Data Set Ready)
7
RTS (Request To Send)
8
CTS (Clear To Send)
9
JP1 select Setting (RI/5V/12V)
BIOS Setup:
Advanced/W83627UHG Super IO Configuration/Serial Port
1 Configuration【RS-232】
RS422 (option):
Pin#
Signal Name
1
422_RX+
2
422_RX-
3
422_TX-
4
422_TX+
5
Ground
6
NC
7
NC
8
NC
9
NC
BIOS Setup:
Advanced/W83627UHG Super IO Configuration/Serial Port
1 Configuration【RS-422】
RS485 (option):
Pin#
Signal Name
1
NC
2
NC
3
485-
4
485+
5
Ground
6
NC
7
NC
8
NC
9
NC
BIOS Setup:
Advanced/W83627UHG Super IO Configuration/Serial Port
1 Configuration【RS-485】
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12.
JP2:
(2.0mm Pitch 2x3 Pin Header),COM2 jumper setting, pin 1~6 are used to select signal out
of pin 9 of COM2 port.
JP2 Pin#
13.
Function
Close 1-2
COM2 RI (Ring Indicator) (default)
Close 3-4
COM2 Pin9=+5V
(option)
Close 5-6
COM2 Pin9=+12V
(option)
COM2:
(Type DB9),Rear serial port, standard DB9 Male serial port is provided to make a direct
connection to serial devices.
Pin#
14.
Signal Name
1
DCD# (Data Carrier Detect)
2
RXD (Received Data)
3
TXD (Transmit Data)
4
DTR (Data Terminal Ready)
5
Ground
6
DSR (Data Set Ready)
7
RTS (Request To Send)
8
CTS (Clear To Send)
9
RI (Ring Indicator)
TCH1:
(2.0mm Pitch 1x6 box Pin Header), internal Touch controller connector.
Pin#
15.
Signal Name
1
SENSE
2
X+
3
X-
4
Y+
5
Y-
6
GND_EARCH
JTAG1(option):
(2.0mm Pitch 2x2 Pin Header), Touch eeprom program to write interface
Signal Name
Pin#
Signal Name
3.3V
1
2
C2D_BR
YC2CK_RST
3
4
Ground
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16.
LED3:
LED STATUS. Green LED for Touch Power status.
17.
SATA_P:
(2.5mm Pitch 1x2 box Pin Header), Two onboard 5V output connectors are reserved to
provide power for SATA devices.
Pin#
Signal Name
1
+DC5V
2
Ground
Note:
Output current of the connector must not be above 1A.
18.
SATA2:
(SATA 7Pin), SATA Connectors, one SATA connectors are provided, with transfer speed
up to 3.0Gb/s.
19.
SATA1:
(SATA 7Pin+15Pin), SATA Connectors, one SATA connectors are provided, with transfer
speed up to 3.0Gb/s.
20.
SD1:
(SD card socket),Secure Digital Memory Card socket.
21.
MPCIE1:
(Socket 52Pin),mini PCIe socket, it is located at the top, it supports mini PCIe devices
with USB2.0 and LPC and SMBUS and PCIe signal. MPCIe card size is 30x30mm.
22.
AUDIO:
(2.0mm Pitch 2X6 Pin Header), Front Audio, An onboard Realtek ALC662 codec is used
to provide high-quality audio I/O ports. Line Out can be connected to a headphone or
amplifier. Line In is used for the connection of external audio source via a Line in cable.
MIC is the port for microphone input audio.
Signal Name
23.
Pin#
Pin#
Signal Name
5V
1
2
GND_AUD
LINE-OUT-L
3
4
LINE-OUT-R
FRONT_JD
5
6
LINE1_JD
LINE-IN-L
7
8
LINE-IN-R
MIC-IN-L
9
10
MIC-IN-R
GND_AUD
11
12
MIC1_JD
LINE_OUT:
(Diameter 3.5mm Jack), HD Audio port, An onboard Realtek ALC662 codec is used to
provide high quality audio I/O ports. Line Out can be connected to a headphone or
amplifier.
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24.
USB45:
USB4/USB5:(Double stack USB type A), Rear USB connector, it provides up to 4
USB2.0 ports, High-speed USB 2.0 allows data transfers up to480 Mb/s ,support USB
full-speed and low-speed signaling.
Each USB Type A Receptacle (2 Ports) Current limited value is 1.5A.
If the external USB device current exceeds 1.5A, please separate connectors into
different Receptacle.
25.
LAN1/LAN2:
LAN1/LAN2: (RJ45 Connector), Rear LAN port, Two standard 10/100/1000M
RJ-45 Ethernet ports are provided. Used Realtek RTL8111E chipset, LINK LED
(green) and ACTIVE LED (yellow) respectively located at the left-hand and
right-hand side of the Ethernet port indicate the activity and transmission state of
LAN.
26.
BUZ1:
Onboard buzzer.
27.
LED1:
LED STATUS. Green LED for Motherboard Power status.
28.
LED2:
LED STATUS. Green LED for Motherboard Standby Power Good status.
29.
CN1:
(DF13-40P Connector),For expand output connector, It provides one 18/24bit single
channel LVDS,one Backlight control, two USB ports, one power led, one HDD LED,one
power on/off button, one RESET.
Function
LVDS
Signal Name
Pin#
Signal Name
12V_S0
2
1
12V_S0
BKLT_EN_OUT
4
3
BKLT_CTRL
Ground
6
5
Ground
LVDS_VDD5
8
7
LVDS_VDD5
LVDS_VDD3
10
9
LVDS_VDD3
Ground
12
11
Ground
LA_DATAP0
14
13
LA_DATAN0
Function
LVDS
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LA_DATAP1
16
15
LA_DATAN1
LA_DATAP2
18
17
LA_DATAN2
LA_DATAP3
20
19
LA_DATAN3
LA_CLKP
22
21
LA_CLKN
Ground
24
23
Ground
Ground
26
25
Ground
USB1
USB1_P
28
27
USB1_N
USB1
USB0
USB0_P
30
29
USB0_N
USB0
5V_USB01
32
31
5V_USB01
USB1
5V_USB01
34
33
5V_USB01
PWR_LED+
36
35
HDD_LED+
Ground
38
37
Ground
PWRBTN_ON-
40
39
FP_RST-
PWR LED
PWR ON/OFF
HDD LED
RESET
INVT1:
(2.0mm Pitch 1x6 Pin wafer connector), Backlight control connector for LVDS.
Pin#
Signal Name
1
+DC12V
2
+DC12V
3
Ground
4
Ground
5
BKLT_EN_OUT
6
BKLT_CTRL
Note:
Pin6 is backlight control signal, support DC or PWM mode, mode select at BIOS CMOS menu.
30.
CN2:
(DF13-20P Connector), for expand output connector, it provides eight GPIO, one RS422 or RS485.
Function
Signal Name
5V
SIO_GPIO61
SIO_GPIO63
5V_S5
GPIO_IN2
GPIO_IN4
Ground
GPIO_OUT2
GPIO_OUT4
Ground
485+_422TX+
422_RX+
5V_S0
SIO_GPIO21
SIO_GPIO23
485 or 422
RS422
5V
Pin#
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
Signal Name
Function
5V_S5
GPIO_IN1
GPIO_IN3
Ground
GPIO_OUT1
GPIO_OUT3
Ground
485-_422TX422_RX5V_S0
5V
SIO_GPIO60
SIO_GPIO62
SIO_GPIO20
SIO_GPIO22
485 or 422
RS422
5V
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COM3 BIOS Setup:
Advanced/W83627UHG Super IO Configuration/Serial Port 3 Configuration
【RS-422】
Advanced/W83627UHG Super IO Configuration/Serial Port 3 Configuration
【RS-485】
31. CN3:
(1.27mm Pitch 2X30 Pin Header), For expand output connector, It provides four GPIO, Two
USB 2.0,one PS/2 mouse,one PS/2 keyboard,two uart,one PCIe x1,one SMbus. connected to
the TB-528 riser Card.
Function
Signal Name
Signal Name
Function
5V_S5_USB
1
2
5V_S5_USB
5V_S5_USB
3
4
5V_S5_USB
USB23_OC
5
6
CLKREQPSON_ATX-
USB2
USB2_N
7
8
USB2_P
USB2
USB3
USB3_N
9
10
USB3_P
USB3
11
12
Ground
Ground
PS/2 MS
PS2_MSCLK
13
14
PS2_MSDATA
PS/2 MS
PS/2 KB
PS2_KBCLK
15
16
PS2_KBDATA
PS/2 KB
COM6_RI
17
18
COM6_DCD-
COM6_TXD
19
20
COM6_RXD
COM6_DTR
21
22
RICOM6_RTS-
COM6_DSR
23
24
COM6_CTS-
25
26
Ground
COM5_RI
27
28
COM5_DCD-
COM5_TXD
29
30
COM5_RXD
COM5_DTR
31
32
DSRCOM5_RTS-
COM5_DSR
33
34
DTRCOM5_CTS-
GPIO24
ICH_GPIO24
35
36
ICH_GPIO13
GPIO13
GPIO26
ICH_GPIO26
37
38
ICH_GPIO27
GPIO27
39
40
Ground
PE1_TX_N0
41
42
PE1_TX_P0
PE1_RX_N0
43
44
PE1_RX_P0
45
46
Ground
CLK_100M_PE1_N
47
48
CLK_100M_PE1_P
PM_PCIE_WAKE
49
50
PLTRST_BUF-
SMBUS
SMB_CLK_S5
51
52
SMB_DATA_S5
PCIE
PE1_CLKREQ
53
54
Ground
3P3V_S5
55
56
PWRBTN_ON-
3P3V_S5
57
58
3P3V_S5
12V_S0
59
60
12V_S0
COM6
(UART)
Ground
COM5
(UART)
Ground
PCIE
12V
32.
Pin#
Ground
COM6
(UART)
COM5
(UART)
PCIE
SMBUS
12V
H3/H4/H5/H6:
CPU1 and U53 Heat Sink SCREW HOLES, Four screw holes for intel N2600 and NM10
Heat Sink assemble.
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33.
H1/H2:
MPCIE1 SCREW HOLES, H1and H2 for mini PCIE card (30mmx30mm) assemble.
34.
TB-528C2ME1(option):
SBC-7106 Riser Card,TB-528C2ME1 CN3 connect to SBC-7106 CN3 pin Header.
TB-528C2ME1 Top:
CN3:
(1.27mm Pitch 2X30 Pin Header),connect to SBC-7106 CN3 pin Header.
M-PCIE1:
(Socket 52Pin),mini PCIe socket, it is located at the top, it supports mini PCIe devices
with USB2.0(USB2),Smbus,SIM and PCIe signal. MPCIe card size is 30x30mm or
30x50.95mm.
Signal Name
Function support
PCIe 1X
Yes
USB2.0 (USB2)
Yes
SMBus
Yes
SIM
Yes
H1/H2:
MPCIE1 SCREW HOLES, H2 for mini PCIE card (30mmx30mm) assemble. H1 for mini
PCIE card (30mmx50.95mm) assemble.
LED1:
Mini PCIe devices LED Status.
SIM1:
(SIM Socket 6 Pin), Support SIM Card devices.
PS2:
(2.0mm Pitch 1X6 Pin Wafer), PS/2 keyboard and mouse port, the port can be connected
to PS/2 keyboard or mouse via a dedicated cable for direct used.
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Pin#
Signal Name
1
KBDATA
2
MSDATA
3
Ground
4
+5V
5
KBCLK
6
MSCLK
GPIO1:
(2.0mm Pitch 2x5 Pin Header),General-purpose input/output port, it provides a group of
self-programming interfaces to customers for flexible use.
Signal Name
Pin#
Pin#
Signal Name
Ground
1
2
NC
NC
3
4
SMB_DATA_R
SMB_CLK_R
5
6
ICH_GPIO13_IN1
ICH_GPIO24_IN2
7
8
ICH_GPIO26_IN3
ICH_GPIO27_IN4
9
10
+5V
USB_23:
(2.0mm Pitch 2x5 Pin Header) ,Front USB connector, it provides one USB port via a
dedicated USB cable, speed up to 480Mb/s.
Signal Name
Pin#
Pin#
Signal Name
5V_USB23
1
2
5V_USB23
USB3_N
3
4
USB2_N(option, NC)
USB3_P
5
6
USB2_P(option, NC)
Ground
7
8
Ground
NC
9
10
Ground
Note:
Before connection, make sure that pinout of the USB Cable is in accordance with that of the
said tables. Any inconformity may cause system down and even hardware damages.
JP5:
(2.0mm Pitch 2x3 Pin Header),COM5 setting jumper, pin 1~6 are used to select signal
out of pin 9 of COM5 port.
JP5 Pin#
Function
Close 1-2
Close 3-4
RI (Ring Indicator)
COM5 Pin9=+5V
(default)
(option)
Close 5-6
COM5 Pin9=+12V
(option)
COM5:
(Type DB9),serial port, standard DB9 serial port is provided to make a direct connection
to serial devices. COM5 port is controlled by pins No.1~6 of JP5,select output Signal RI
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or 5V or 12v, For details, please refer to description of JP3.
Pin#
Signal Name
1
DCD# (Data Carrier Detect)
2
RXD (Received Data)
3
TXD (Transmit Data)
4
DTR (Data Terminal Ready)
5
Ground
6
DSR (Data Set Ready)
7
RTS (Request To Send)
8
CTS (Clear To Send)
9
JP5 Setting:
Pin1-2 : RI (Ring Indicator)
Pin3-4 : 5V Standby power
Pin5-6:12V Standby power
(default)
(option)
(option)
JP6:
(2.0mm Pitch 2x3 Pin Header),COM6 setting jumper, pin 1~6 are used to select signal
out of pin 9 of COM6 port.
JP6 Pin#
Function
Close 1-2
RI (Ring Indicator)
(default)
Close 3-4
COM6 Pin9=+5V
(option)
Close 5-6
COM6 Pin9=+12V
(option)
COM6:
(Type DB9),serial port, standard DB9 serial port is provided to make a direct connection to
serial devices. COM6 port is controlled by pins No.1~6 of JP6,select output Signal RI or
5V or 12v, For details, please refer to description of JP6.
Pin#
Signal Name
1
DCD# (Data Carrier Detect)
2
RXD (Received Data)
3
TXD (Transmit Data)
4
DTR (Data Terminal Ready)
5
Ground
6
DSR (Data Set Ready)
7
RTS (Request To Send)
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8
CTS (Clear To Send)
9
JP6 Setting:
Pin1-2 : RI (Ring Indicator)
Pin3-4 : 5V Standby power
Pin5-6:12V Standby power
(default)
(option)
(option)
COM_6(option):
(2.0mm Pitch 2X5 Pin Header),COM6 Port, up to one standard RS232 port are provided.
They can be used directly via COM cable connection.
35.
Signal Name
Pin#
Pin#
Signal Name
DCD
1
2
RXD
TXD
3
4
DTR
Ground
5
6
DSR
RTS
7
8
CTS
JP6 Setting:
RI/5V/12V
9
10
NC
TB-528C2(option):
SBC-7106 Riser Card,TB-528C2ME1 CN3 connect to SBC-7106 CN3 pin Header.
TB-528C2ME1 Top:
CN3:
(1.27mm Pitch 2X30 Pin Header),connect to SBC-7106 CN3 pin Header.
LED1:
Mini PCIe devices LED Status.
PS2:
(2.0mm Pitch 1X6 Pin Wafer), PS/2 keyboard and mouse port, the port can be connected to
PS/2 keyboard or mouse via a dedicated cable for direct used.
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Pin#
Signal Name
1
KBDATA
2
MSDATA
3
Ground
4
+5V
5
KBCLK
6
MSCLK
GPIO1:
(2.0mm Pitch 2x5 Pin Header),General-purpose input/output port, it provides a group of
self-programming interfaces to customers for flexible use.
Signal Name
Pin#
Pin#
Signal Name
Ground
1
2
NC
NC
3
4
SMB_DATA_R
SMB_CLK_R
5
6
ICH_GPIO13_IN1
ICH_GPIO24_IN2
7
8
ICH_GPIO26_IN3
ICH_GPIO27_IN4
9
10
+5V
USB_23:
(2.0mm Pitch 2x5 Pin Header) ,Front USB connector, it provides one USB port via a
dedicated USB cable, speed up to 480Mb/s.
Signal Name
Pin#
Pin#
Signal Name
5V_USB23
1
2
5V_USB23
USB3_N
3
4
USB2_N
USB3_P
5
6
USB2_P
Ground
7
8
Ground
NC
9
10
Ground
Note:
Before connection, make sure that pinout of the USB Cable is in accordance with that of the
said tables. Any inconformity may cause system down and even hardware damages.
JP5:
(2.0mm Pitch 2x3 Pin Header),COM5 setting jumper, pin 1~6 are used to select signal out
of pin 9 of COM5 port.
JP5 Pin#
Function
Close 1-2
Close 3-4
RI (Ring Indicator)
COM5 Pin9=+5V
(default)
(option)
Close 5-6
COM5 Pin9=+12V
(option)
COM5:
(Type DB9),serial port, standard DB9 serial port is provided to make a direct connection to
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serial devices. COM5 port is controlled by pins No.1~6 of JP5,select output Signal RI or
5V or 12v, For details, please refer to description of JP3.
Pin#
Signal Name
1
DCD# (Data Carrier Detect)
2
RXD (Received Data)
3
TXD (Transmit Data)
4
DTR (Data Terminal Ready)
5
Ground
6
DSR (Data Set Ready)
7
RTS (Request To Send)
8
CTS (Clear To Send)
9
JP5 Setting:
Pin1-2 : RI (Ring Indicator)
Pin3-4 : 5V Standby power
Pin5-6:12V Standby power
(default)
(option)
(option)
JP6:
(2.0mm Pitch 2x3 Pin Header),COM6 setting jumper, pin 1~6 are used to select signal
out of pin 9 of COM6 port.
JP6 Pin#
Function
Close 1-2
RI (Ring Indicator)
(default)
Close 3-4
COM6 Pin9=+5V
(option)
Close 5-6
COM6 Pin9=+12V
(option)
COM6:
(Type DB9),serial port, standard DB9 serial port is provided to make a direct connection to
serial devices. COM6 port is controlled by pins No.1~6 of JP6,select output Signal RI or
5V or 12v, For details, please refer to description of JP6.
Pin#
Signal Name
1
DCD# (Data Carrier Detect)
2
RXD (Received Data)
3
TXD (Transmit Data)
4
DTR (Data Terminal Ready)
5
Ground
6
DSR (Data Set Ready)
7
RTS (Request To Send)
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8
CTS (Clear To Send)
9
JP6 Setting:
Pin1-2 : RI (Ring Indicator)
Pin3-4 : 5V Standby power
Pin5-6:12V Standby power
(default)
(option)
(option)
COM_6(option):
(2.0mm Pitch 2X5 Pin Header),COM6 Port, up to one standard RS232 port are provided.
hey can be used directly via COM cable connection.
36.
Signal Name
Pin#
Pin#
Signal Name
DCD
1
2
RXD
TXD
3
4
DTR
Ground
5
6
DSR
RTS
7
8
CTS
JP6 Setting:
RI/5V/12V
9
10
NC
TB-528C1U2P1(option):
SBC-7106 Riser Card,TB-528C1U2P1 CN3 connect to SBC-7106 CN3 pin Header.
TB-528C1U2P1 Top:
CN3:
(1.27mm Pitch 2X30 Pin Header),connect to SBC-7106 CN3 pin Header.
M-PCIE1:
(Socket 52Pin),mini PCIe socket, it is located at the top, it supports mini PCIe devices
with Smbus,SIM and PCIe signal. MPCIe card size is 30x30mm or 30x50.95mm.
Signal Name
Function support
PCIe 1X
Yes
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USB2.0 (USB2)
NC (option)
SMBus
Yes
SIM
Yes
H1/H2:
MPCIE1 SCREW HOLES, H2 for mini PCIE card (30mmx30mm) assemble. H1 for mini
PCIE card (30mmx50.95mm) assemble.
LED1:
Mini PCIe devices LED Status.
SIM1(option):
(SIM Socket 6 Pin), Support SIM Card devices.
PS_ON1:
(2.0mm Pitch 1X2 Pin Wafer), ATX Power and Auto Power on jumper setting.
PS_ON
Close 1-2
Open 1-2
Mode
Auto Power on (Default)
ATX Power
PS_ON2(option):
(2.0mm Pitch 1X2 Pin Wafer), They can be used directly via cable connection to SBC-7106
JP5.
PS_ON2
SBC-7106 R1.10 /JP5
Pin1
Pin1
Pin2
Pin2
PS2:
(2.0mm Pitch 1X6 Pin Wafer), PS/2 keyboard and mouse port, the port can be connected to
PS/2 keyboard or mouse via a dedicated cable for direct used.
Pin#
Signal Name
1
KBDATA
2
MSDATA
3
Ground
4
+5V
5
KBCLK
6
MSCLK
GPIO1:
(2.0mm Pitch 2x5 Pin Header),General-purpose input/output port, it provides a group of
self-programming interfaces to customers for flexible use.
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Signal Name
Pin#
Pin#
Signal Name
Ground
1
2
NC
NC
3
4
SMB_DATA_R
SMB_CLK_R
5
6
ICH_GPIO13_IN1
ICH_GPIO24_IN2
7
8
ICH_GPIO26_IN3
ICH_GPIO27_IN4
9
10
+5V
USB23:
(Double stack USB type A), Rear USB connector, it provides up to 2 USB2.0 ports,
speed up to 480Mb/s.
USB_23(option):
(2.0mm Pitch 2x5 Pin Header) ,Front USB connector, it provides one USB port via a
dedicated USB cable, speed up to 480Mb/s.
Signal Name
Pin#
Pin#
Signal Name
5V_USB23
1
2
5V_USB23
USB3_N
3
4
USB2_N
USB3_P
5
6
USB2_P
Ground
7
8
Ground
NC
9
10
Ground
Note:
Before connection, make sure that pinout of the USB Cable is in accordance with that of the
said tables. Any inconformity may cause system down and even hardware damages.
JP5:
(2.0mm Pitch 2x3 Pin Header),COM5 setting jumper, pin 1~6 are used to select signal out
of pin 9 of COM5 port.
JP3 Pin#
Function
Close 1-2
Close 3-4
RI (Ring Indicator)
COM5 Pin9=+5V
Close 5-6
COM5 Pin9=+12V
(default)
(option)
(option)
COM5:
(Type DB9),serial port, standard DB9 serial port is provided to make a direct connection to
serial devices. COM5 port is controlled by pins No.1~6 of JP5,select output Signal RI or
5V or 12v, For details, please refer to description of JP3.
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Pin#
Signal Name
1
DCD# (Data Carrier Detect)
2
RXD (Received Data)
3
TXD (Transmit Data)
4
DTR (Data Terminal Ready)
5
Ground
6
DSR (Data Set Ready)
7
RTS (Request To Send)
8
CTS (Clear To Send)
9
JP5 Setting:
Pin1-2 : RI (Ring Indicator)
Pin3-4 : 5V Standby power
Pin5-6:12V Standby power
(default)
(option)
(option)
JP6:
(2.0mm Pitch 2x3 Pin Header),COM6 setting jumper, pin 1~6 are used to select signal out
of pin 9 of COM6 port.
JP3 Pin#
Function
Close 1-2
RI (Ring Indicator)
(default)
Close 3-4
COM6 Pin9=+5V
(option)
Close 5-6
COM6 Pin9=+12V
(option)
COM6:
(Type DB9),serial port, standard DB9 serial port is provided to make a direct connection to
serial devices. COM6 port is controlled by pins No.1~6 of JP6,select output Signal RI or
5V or 12v, For details, please refer to description of JP6.
Pin#
Signal Name
1
DCD# (Data Carrier Detect)
2
RXD (Received Data)
3
TXD (Transmit Data)
4
DTR (Data Terminal Ready)
5
Ground
6
DSR (Data Set Ready)
7
RTS (Request To Send)
8
CTS (Clear To Send)
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9
JP6 Setting:
Pin1-2 : RI (Ring Indicator)
Pin3-4 : 5V Standby power
Pin5-6:12V Standby power
(default)
(option)
(option)
S1:
PWR BT: POWER on/off Button, They are used to connect power switch button. The
two pins are disconnected under normal condition. You may short them temporarily to
realize system startup & shutdown or awaken the system from sleep state.
PWR LED: POWER LED status.
37.
S1
Model
TB-528C1U2P1
PS_ON2
Yes
SBC-7106 R110
R12/ NC
Cable
Yes
SBC-7106 R120
R12/ 0ohm
NC
TB-528CAN2 R0.10(option):
SBC-7106 Riser Card,TB-528CAN2 CN3 connect to SBC-7106 CN3 pin Header.
It provides two CAN-bus Interface.
TB-528CAN2 Top:
CN3:
(1.27mm Pitch 2X30 Pin Header),connect to SBC-7106 CN3 pin Header.
M-PCIE1:
(Socket 52Pin),mini PCIe socket, it is located at the top, it supports mini PCIe devices
with Smbus,USB2.0,SIM and PCIe signal. MPCIe card size is 30x30mm or 30x50.95mm.
Signal Name
Function support
PCIe 1X
Yes
USB2.0 (USB2)
Yes
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SMBus
Yes
SIM
Yes
H1/H2:
MPCIE1 SCREW HOLES, H2 for mini PCIE card (30mmx30mm) assemble. H1 for mini
PCIE card (30mmx50.95mm) assemble.
LED1:
Mini PCIe devices LED Status.
SIM1(option):
(SIM Socket 6 Pin), Support SIM Card devices.
PS2:
(2.0mm Pitch 1X6 Pin Wafer), PS/2 keyboard and mouse port, the port can be connected
to PS/2 keyboard or mouse via a dedicated cable for direct used.
Pin#
Signal Name
1
KBDATA
2
MSDATA
3
Ground
4
+5V
5
KBCLK
6
MSCLK
USB_IN(option):
(2.0mm Pitch 2x5 Pin Header) ,Front USB connector, it provides two USB port via a
dedicated USB cable, speed up to 480Mb/s.
Signal Name
Pin#
Pin#
Signal Name
5V_USB23
1
2
5V_USB23
NC (USB3_N)
3
4
NC (USB2_N)
NC (USB3_P)
5
6
NC (USB2_P)
Ground
7
8
Ground
NC
9
10
Ground
Note:
Before connection, make sure that pinout of the USB Cable is in accordance with that of the
said tables. Any inconformity may cause system down and even hardware damages.
JP_SET(option):
(2.0mm Pitch 2x5 Pin Header).
Signal Name
Pin#
Pin#
Signal Name
3P3V_S5_USB
1
2
3P3V_S5
3P3V_S5_USB
3
4
3P3V_S5
3P3V_S5_USB
5
6
3P3V_S5
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PSON_ATX
7
8
Ground
PSON_ATX
9
10
Ground
JP6:
(2.0mm Pitch 2x3 Pin Header),COM6 setting jumper, pin 1~6 are used to select signal out
of pin 9 of COM6 port.
JP3 Pin#
Function
Close 1-2
RI (Ring Indicator)
(default)
Close 3-4
COM6 Pin9=+5V
(option)
Close 5-6
COM6 Pin9=+12V
(option)
COM6:
(2.0mm Pitch 2X5 Pin Header),COM6 Port, up to one standard RS232 port are provided.
They can be used directly via COM cable connection.
Signal Name
Pin#
Pin#
Signal Name
DCD
1
2
RXD
TXD
3
4
DTR
Ground
5
6
DSR
RTS
7
8
CTS
JP6 Setting:RI/5V/12V
9
10
NC
COM5:
(2.0mm Pitch 2X5 Pin Header),COM5 Port, up to one standard RS232 port are provided.
They can be used directly via COM cable connection.
Signal Name
Pin#
Pin#
Signal Name
DCD
1
2
RXD
TXD
3
4
DTR
Ground
5
6
DSR
RTS
7
8
CTS
RI
9
10
NC
GPIO1:
(2.0mm Pitch 2x5 Pin Header),General-purpose input/output port, it provides a group of
self-programming interfaces to customers for flexible use.
Signal Name
Pin#
Pin#
Signal Name
Ground
1
2
NC
NC
3
4
SMB_DATA_R
SMB_CLK_R
5
6
ICH_GPIO13_IN1
ICH_GPIO24_IN2
7
8
ICH_GPIO26_IN3
ICH_GPIO27_IN4
9
10
+5V
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JTAG:
(2.0mm Pitch 2x5 Pin Header), Reserve.
JP1:
(2.0mm Pitch 1x2 Pin Header), Reserve.
JP2:
(2.0mm Pitch 1x2 Pin Header), Reserve.
CAN12:
(3.5mm Pitch 1x10 Pin connector), it provides two CAN-bus Interface.
Pin#
Channel
Signal Name
Function
1
CANL2
2
R2-
Terminal resistor R-(internally connected to CANL2)
3
FG
Shield cable (FG)
R2+
Terminal resistor R+( internally connected to CANH2)
4
CAN2
CAN bus Signal L
5
CANH2
CAN bus Signal H
6
CANL1
CAN bus Signal L
7
R1-
Terminal resistor R-(internally connected to CANL1)
8
FG
Shield cable (FG)
R1+
Terminal resistor R+( internally connected to CANH1)
9
10
CAN1
CANH1
CAN bus Signal H
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Chapter 3
BIOS Setup
3.1 Operations after POST Screen
After CMOS discharge or BIOS flashing operation,.Press [Delete] key to enter CMOS Setup.
After optimizing and exiting CMOS Setup, the POST screen displayed for the first time is as
follows and includes basic information on BIOS, CPU, memory, and storage devices.
3.2 BIOS Setup Utility
Press [Delete] key to enter BIOS Setup utility during POST, and then a main menu
containing system summary information will appear.
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3.3 Main Settings
System Time:
Set the system time, the time format is:
Hour :
0 to 23
52
Minute : 0 to 59
Second : 0 to 59
System Date:
Set the system date, the date format is:
Day:
Note that the ‘Day’ automatically changes when you set the date.
Month: 01 to 12
Date:
01 to 31
Year:
1998 to 2099
3.4 Advanced Settings
3.4.1
PCI Subsystem Settings
PCI Bus Driver Versio V2.05.02
PCI Common Settings:
PCI Latency Timer:
[32 PCI Bus Clocks]
[64 PCI Bus Clocks]
[96 PCI Bus Clocks]
[128 PCI Bus Clocks]
[160 PCI Bus Clocks]
[192 PCI Bus Clocks]
[224 PCI Bus Clocks]
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[248 PCI Bus Clocks]
VGA Palette Snoop:
[Disabled]
[Enabled]
PERR# Generation:
[Disabled]
[Enabled]
SERR# Generation:
3.4.2
[Disabled]
[Enabled]
ACPI Settings
Enable ACPI Auto Conf:
[Disabled]
[Enabled]
Enable Hibernation:
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
ACPI Sleep State:
[Both S1 and S3 available for OS to choose from ]
[Suspend Disabled]
[S1 only(CPU Stop Clock) ]
[S3 only (Suspend to RAM) ]
Lock Legacy Resources:
[Disabled]
[Enabled]
S3 Video Repost:
[Disabled]
[Enabled]
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3.4.3
CPU Configuration
Processor Type
Intel(R) Atom(TM) CPU N2600
EMT64
Not Supported
Processor Speed
1600MHz
System Bus Speed
400MHz
Ratio Status
16
Actual Ratio
16
System Bus Speed
400MHz
Processor Stepping
30661
Microcode Revision
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L1 Cache RAM
2x56 k
L2 Cache RAM
2x512 k
Processor Core
Dual
Hyper-Threading
Supported
Hyper-Threading:
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
Execute Disable Bit:
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
Limit CPUID Maximum:
[Disabled]
[Enabled]
3.4.4
Thermal Configuration
CPU Thermal Configuration
DTS SMM
[Disabled]
[Enabled]
Platform Thermal Configuration
Critical Trip Point [POR]
Active Trip Point Lo [55 C]
Active Trip Point Hi [71C]
Passive Trip Point [95]
Passive TC1 Value
1
Passive TC2 Value
5
Passive TSP Value
3.4.5
IDE Configuration
SATA Port0
10
Not Present
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SATA Port1
Not Present
SATA Controller(S):
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
Configure SATA as:
[IDE]
[AHCI]
Misc Configuration for hard disk
3.4.6
USB Configuration
USB Configuration
USB Devices:
1 Drive ,1 keyboard
Legacy USB Support:
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
EHCI Hand-off:
[Disabled]
[Enabled]
USB hardware delays a
USB transfer time-out:
[20 sec]
[10 sec]
[5 sec]
[1 sec]
Device reset time-out:
[20 sec]
[10 sec]
[30 sec]
[40 sec]
Device power-up delay
[Auto]
[Manual]
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3.4.7
W83627UHG Super IO Configuration
W83627UHG Super IO ch W83627UHG
Serial Port 1 Configuration
UART Mode Selection:
[RS-232]
[RS-485]
[RS-422]
Serial Port 2 Configuration
Serial Port 3 Configuration
UART Mode Selection:
[RS-485]
[RS-422]
Serial Port 4 Configuration
Serial Port 5 Configuration
Serial Port 6 Configuration
3.4.8
3.4.9
W83627UHG HW Monitor
PC Health Status
System Temperature1
: +38
System Speed
: N/A
VCORE
: +0.968V
+12V
: +12.302V
+3.3V
: +3.320V
+1.5V
: +1.528V
AVCC
: +5.203V
VCC5V
: +5.216V
VSB5
: +5.203V
VBAT
: +3.334V
Serial Port Console Redirection
COM0
Console Redirection
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
Console Redirection Settings
Serial Port for Out-of-Band Management/
Windows Emergency Management Services (EMS)
Console Redirection
[Disabled]
[Enabled]
Console Redirection Settings
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3.4.10 PPM Configuration
PPM Configuration
EIST:
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
CPU C State Report
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
Enhanced C State
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
CPU Hard C4E
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
CPU C6 State
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
C4 Exit Timing
[Fast]
[Default]
[Slow]
C-state POPDOWN
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
C-state POPUP
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
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3.5 Chipset Settings
3.5.1
Host Bridge
►Memory Frequency and Timing
►Intel IGD Configuration
******* Memory Information *******
Memory Frequency
800 MHz(DDR3)
Total Memory
2048 MB
DIMM#0
Not Present
DIMM#1
2048 MB
Memory Frequency and Timing
MRC Fast Boot
[Enabled]
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[Disabled]
Max TOLUD
[Dynamic]
[1GB]
[1.25GB]
[1.5GB]
[1.75GB]
[2GB]
[2.25GB]
[2.5GB]
[2.75GB]
[3GB]
[3.25GB]
Intel IGD Configuration
IGFX – Boot Type
[VBIOS Default]
[VGA]
[LVDS]
[HDMI]
[VGA + LVDS]
[VGA + HDMI]
[LVDS + HDMI]
LCD Panel Type
[VBIOS Default]
[640x480,18bit]
[800x480,18bit]
[800x600,18bit]
[1024x600,18bit ]
[1024x768,18bit ]
[1280x768,18bit ]
[1280x800,18bit ]
[1280x1024,18bit]
[1366x768,18bit]
[1024x768,24bit]
[1280x768,24bit]
[1280x800,24bit]
[1280x1024,24bit]
[1366x768,24bit]
Panel Scaling
[Auto]
[Force Scaling]
[off]
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[Maintain Aspect Ratio]
Active LFP
[LVDS]
[No LVDS]
[EDP]
IGD Clock Source
[External Clock]
[Internal Clock]
Fixed Graphics Memory
[128MB]
[256MB]
ALS Support
[Disabled]
[Enabled]
Back light Control
[DC]
[PWM]
Back light Logic
[Positive]
[Negative]
Back light Control Lev
[Auto]
[Disabled]
[Level 8]
[Level 1]
[Level 2]
[Level 3]
[Level 4]
[Level 5]
[Level 6]
[Level 7]
[Level 8]
[Level 9]
[Level 10]
[Level 11]
[Level 12]
[Level 13]
[Level 14]
[Level 15]
3.5.2
South Bridge
TPT Devices
PCI Express Root Port 0
PCI Express Root Port 1
PCI Express Root Port 2
PCI Express Root Port 3
DMI Link ASPM Control
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[Enabled]
[Disabled]
PCI-Exp. High Priorit
[Disabled]
[Enabled]
High Precision Event Timer Configuration
High Precision Timer
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
SLP_S4 Assertion Widt
[1-2 Seconds]
[2-3 Seconds]
[3-4 Seconds]
[4-5 Seconds]
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Setup Prompt Timeout
Bootup Numlock State
[1]
[On]
[off]
Quiet Boot
[Disabled]
[Enabled]
Fast Boot
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
Skip VGA
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
Skip USB
[Disabled]
[Enabled]
Skip PS2
[Disabled]
[Enabled]
CSM16 Module Version
Gatea20 Active
07.69
[Upon Request]
[Always]
Option ROM Messages
[Force BIOS]
[Keep Current]
Interrupt 19 Capture
[Immediate]
[Postponed]
Boot Option #1
Boot Option #2
……
Hard Drive BBS Priorities
Sets the system boot order
[SATA PM:*** … ]
Boot Option #1
SATA PM:***…
******
Disabled
CSM Parameters
Launch CSM
[Always]
[Never]
Boot option filter
[UEFI and Legacy]
[Legacy only]
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[UEFI only]
Launch PXE OpROM poli
[Do not Launch]
[UEFI only]
[Legacy only]
Launch Storage OpROM
[Legacy only]
[Do not Launch]
[UEFI only]
Launch Video OpROM po
[Do not Launch]
[UEFI only]
[Legacy only]
Other PCI device ROM
[UEFI OpROM]
[Legacy OpROM]
3.7 Security Settings
3.7.1
Administrator Password
3.7.2
User Password
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Type the password with up to 20 characters and then press <Enter> key. This will clear
all previously typed CMOS passwords. You will be requested to confirm the password.
Type the password again and press <Enter> key. You may press <Esc> key to abandon
password entry operation.
To clear the password, just press <Enter> key when password input window pops up. A
confirmation message will be shown on the screen as to whether the password will be
disabled. You will have direct access to BIOS setup without typing any password after
system reboot once the password is disabled.
Once the password feature is used, you will be requested to type the password each
time you enter BIOS setup. This will prevent unauthorized persons from changing your
system configurations.
Also, the feature is capable of requesting users to enter the password prior to system
boot to control unauthorized access to your computer. Users may enable the feature in
Security Option of Advanced BIOS Features. If Security Option is set to System, you
will be requested to enter the password before system boot and when entering BIOS
setup; if Security Option is set to Setup, you will be requested for password for entering
BIOS setup.
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Save Changes and Exit
Save & Exit Setup save Configuration and exit ?
[Yes]
[No]
Discard Changes and Ext
Exit Without Saving Quit without saving?
[Yes]
[No]
Save Changes and Reset
Save & reset Save Configuration and reset?
[Yes]
[No]
Discard Changes and Reset
Reset Without Saving Reset without saving?
[Yes]
[No]
Save Changes
Save Setup Values Save configuration?
[Yes]
[No]
Discard Changes
Load Previous Values Load Previous Values?
[Yes]
[No]
Restore Defaults
Load Optimized Defaults Load optimized Defaults?
[Yes]
[No]
Save user Defaults
Save Values as User Defaults Save configuration?
[Yes]
[No]
Restore user Defaults
Restore User Defaults Restore User Defaults?
[Yes]
[No]
Launch EFI Shell from filesystem device
WARNING Not Found
[ok]
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Chapter 4
Installation of Drivers
This chapter describes the installation procedures for software and drivers under the windows 7.
The
software and drivers are included with the motherboard. The contents include Intel chipset driver,
VGA driver, LAN drivers, Audio driver Installation instructions are given below.
Important Note:
After installing your Windows operating system, you must install first the Intel
Chipset Software Installation Utility before proceeding with the installation of
drivers.
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4.1 Intel Chipset Driver
To install the Intel chipset driver, please follow the steps below.
Step 1. Select Intel (R) Chipset NM10 Express from the list
Step 2. Click Next to setup program.
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Step 3. Read the license agreement.
Click Yes to accept all of the terms of the license agreement.
Step 4. Click Next to continue.
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Step 5. Click Next.
Step 6. Select Yes, I want to restart this computer now.
media from the drives.
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4.2 Intel Graphics Media Accelerator Driver
To install the VGA drivers, follow the steps below to proceed with the installation.
Step 1.Select Intel(R) VGA Chipset Driver.
Step 2. Tick Automatically run WinSAT and enable the Windows Aero desktop theme(if
supported). Click Next.
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Step 3. Read license agreement.
Click Yes.
Step 4. Click Next.
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Step 5. Click Next.
Step 6. To restart the computer, select Yes, I want to restart this computer now. Then click
Finish.
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4.3 Intel (R) Network Adapter
To install the Intel (R) Network Adapter device driver, please follow the steps below.
Step 1. Select LAN Driver.
Step 2. Select ARCHMI-7”~15”.
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Step 3. Click Next to continue.
Step 4. Click Install to begin the installation.
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Step 5. Click Finish to exist the wizard.
4.4 Realtek ALC662 HD Audio Codec Driver Installation
To install the Realtek ALC662 HD Audio Codec Driver, please follow the steps below.
Step 1. Select Realtek AL662 Audio Codec Driver from the list
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Step 2. Click Next to continue.
Step 3. Click Yes, I want to restart my computer now.
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Chapter 5
Touch Screen Installation
This chapter describes how to install drivers and other software that will allow your touch screen work
with different operating systems.
5.1 Windows 2000/2003/Vista/WIN7 Universal Driver
Installation for PenMount 6000 Series
Before installing the Windows 2000/WIN7 driver software, you must have the Windows 2000/WIN 7
system installed and running on your computer. You must also have one of the following PenMount
6000 series controller or control boards installed: PM6500, PM6300.
5.1.1 Installing Software(Resistive Touch)
If you have an older version of the PenMount Windows 2000/WIN7 driver installed in your system,
please remove it first. Follow the steps below to install the PenMount DMC6000 Windows 2000/WIN7
driver.
Step 1. Insert the product CD, the screen below would appear. Click touch panel driver.
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Step 2.
Select Resistive Touch.
Step 3. Click Next to continue.
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Step 4. Read the license agreement.
Click I Agree to agree the license agreement.
Step 5. Choose the folder in which to install PenMount Windows Universal Driver. Click Install to
start the installation.
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Step 6. Wait for installation. Then click Next to continue.
Step 7. Click Continue Anyway.
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Step 8. Click Finish to complete installation.
5.1.2 Installing Software (Projected Capacitive)
Step 1. Insert the product CD, the screen below would appear. Click Touch Panel Driver.
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Step 2. Select Projected Capacitive.
Step 3. Click Next to continue.
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Step 4. Select I accept the terms of the license agreement.
Step 5. Tick Install RS232 interface driver.
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Click Next.
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Step 6. Select None. Click Next.
Step 7. Click OK.
Step 8. Tick Support Muti-Monitor System.
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Step 9. Go to C:\Program Files\eGalaxTouch.
Click Next.
Step 10. Click Next.
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Step 11. Tick Create a eGalaxTouch Utility shortcut on desktop. Click Next.
Step 12. Wait for installation.
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Step 13. Click Yes to do 4 point calibration.
5.2 Software Functions
5.2.1 Software Functions(Resistive Touch)
Upon rebooting, the computer automatically finds the new 6000 controller board. The touch screen is
connected but not calibrated. Follow the procedures below to carry out calibration.
1. After installation, click the PenMount Monitor icon “PM” in the menu bar.
2. When the PenMount Control Panel appears, select a device to “Calibrate.”
PenMount Control Panel(Resistive Touch)
The functions of the PenMount Control Panel are Device, Multiple Monitors ,Tools and About,
which are explained in the following sections.
Device
In this window, you can find out that how many devices be detected on your system.
Calibrate
This function offers two ways to calibrate your touch screen. ‘Standard Calibration’ adjusts most touch
screens. ‘Advanced Calibration’ adjusts aging touch screens.
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Standard Calibration
Click this button and arrows appear
pointing to red squares. Use your finger or
stylus to touch the red squares in
sequence. After the fifth red point
calibration is complete. To skip, press
‘ESC’.
Advanced Calibration
Advanced Calibration uses 4, 9, 16 or 25
points to effectively calibrate touch panel
linearity of aged touch screens. Click this
button and touch the red squares in
sequence with a stylus. To skip, press
ESC’.
Command Calibration
Command call calibration function. Use
command mode call calibration function,
this can uses Standard, 4, 9, 16 or 25
points to calibrate E.g. Please run ms-dos
prompt or command prompt c:\Program
Files\PenMount Universa Driver\Dmcctrl.exe
-calibration 0 ( Standard Calibration)
Dmcctrl.exe - calibration ($) 0= Standard
Calibration 4=Advanced Calibration 4
9=Advanced Calibration 9 16=Advanced
Calibration 16 25=Advanced Calibration 25
Step 1. Please select a device then click “Configure”. You can also double click the device too.
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Step 2.Click “Standard Calibration” to start calibration procedure
NOTE: The older the touch screen, the more Advanced Mode calibration points you need for an
accurate calibration. Use a stylus during Advanced Calibration for greater accuracy. Please follow the
step as below:
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Step 3.Come back to “PenMount Control Panel” and select Tools then click Advanced
Calibration.
Step 4. Select Device to calibrate, then you can start to do Advanced Calibration.
NOTE: Recommend to use a stylus during Advanced Calibration for greater accuracy.
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Plot Calibration Data
Check this function and a touch panel linearity
comparison graph appears when you have finished
Advanced Calibration. The blue lines show linearity
before calibration and black lines show linearity
after calibration.
Turn off EEPROM storage
The function disable for calibration data to write in
Controller. The default setting is Enable.
Setting
Touch Mode
This mode enables and disables the mouse’s ability to drag
on-screen icons – useful for configuring POS terminals.
Mouse Emulation – Select this mode and the mouse
functions as normal and allows dragging of icons.
Click on Touch – Select this mode and the mouse only
provides a click function, and dragging is disabled.
Beep Sound
Enable Beep Sound – turns beep function on and off
Beep on Pen Down – beep occurs when pen comes down
Beep on Pen Up – beep occurs when pen is lifted up
Beep on both – beep occurs when comes down and lifted up
Beep Frequency – modifies sound frequency
Beep Duration – modifies sound duration
Cursor Stabilizer
Enable the function support to prevent cursor shake
Use press and hold You can set the time out and area for you need.
as right click
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About
This panel displays information about the PenMount controller and driver version.
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Multiple Monitors
Multiple Monitors support from two to six touch screen displays for one system.
The PenMount drivers for Windows 2000/WIN 7 support Multiple Monitors. This function supports from
two to six touch screen displays for one system. Each monitor requires its own PenMount touch
screen control board, either installed inside the display or in a central unit. The PenMount control
boards must be connected to the computer COM ports via the RS-232 interface. Driver installation
procedures are the same as for a single monitor. Multiple Monitors support the following modes:
Windows Extends Monitor Function
Matrox DualHead Multi-Screen Function
nVidia nView Function
NOTE: The Multiple Monitor function is for use with multiple displays only. Do not use this function if
you have only one touch screen display. Please note once you turn on this function the rotating
function is disabled.
Enable the multiple display function as follows:
1. Check the Enable Multiple Monitor Support box; then click Map Touch Screens to assign touch
controllers to displays.
2. When the mapping screen message appears, click OK.
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3. Touch each screen as it displays “Please touch this monitor”. Following this sequence and
touching each screen is called mapping the touch screens.
4. Touching all screens completes the mapping and the desktop reappears on the monitors.
5. Select a display and execute the “Calibration” function. A message to start calibration appears.
Click OK.
6. ”Touch this screen to start its calibration” appears on one of the screens. Touch the screen.
7. “Touch the red square” messages appear. Touch the red squares in sequence.
8. Continue calibration for each monitor by clicking Standard Calibration and touching the red
squares
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NOTES: 1. If you use a single VGA output for multiple monitors, please do not use the Multiple
Monitor function. Just follow the regular procedure for calibration on each of your
desktop monitors.
2. The Rotating function is disabled if you use the Multiple Monitor function.
3. If you change the resolution of display or screen address, you have to redo Map Touch
Screens, so the system understands where the displays are.
About
This panel displays information about the PenMount controller and this driver version.
PenMount Monitor Menu Icon
The PenMount monitor icon (PM) appears in the menu bar of Windows 2000/WIN7 system when you
turn on PenMount Monitor in PenMount Utilities.
PenMount Monitor has the following function
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Control Panel
Open Control Panel Windows
Beep
Setting Beep function for each device
Right Button
When you select this function, a mouse icon appears in
the right-bottom of the screen.
Click this icon to switch between Right and Left Button
functions.
Exit
Exits the PenMount Monitor function.
PenMount Rotating Functions
The PenMount driver for Windows 2000/WIN7 supports several display rotating software packages.
Windows Me/2000/WIN7 support display rotating software packages such as:
• Portrait’s Pivot Screen Rotation Software
• ATI Display Driver Rotate Function
• nVidia Display Driver Rotate Function
• SMI Display Driver Rotate Function
• Intel 845G/GE Display Driver Rotate Function
Configuring the Rotate Function
1. Install the rotation software package.
2. Choose the rotate function (0°, 90°, 180°, 270°) in the 3rd party software. The calibration screen
appears automatically. Touch this point and rotation is mapped.
NOTE: The Rotate function is disabled if you use Monitor Mapping
5.2.2 Software Functions(Projected Capacitive)
General
In this window, you can see there is USB Controller. Click OK to continue.
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Monitor Mapping
To adjust touch panel
Add
To search for device
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Setting
Beep
Beep On Touch
Beep On Release
Beep From System Beep
Beep From Sound Card
Linearization Style
9 points
25 points
Double Click Time
Shorter
Longer
Double Click Area
Smaller
Bigger
Normal mode
Simulate the mouse mode
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Option
Function
Enable Constant Touch
Enable Auto Right Click
Enable Touch
Enable Cursor Stabilization
Constant Touch Area
Auto Right Click Time
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Tools
Click OK to continue the settings.
4 Points Calibration
Do 4 points alignment to match display.
Clear and Calibrate
Clear linearization parameter and do 4 points alignment.
Linearization
Do 9 points linearization for better touchscreen linearity.
Draw Test
Do draw test to verify the touch accuracy.
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Display
In this window, it shows the mode of display.
Enable Multiple Monitors.
Map to main display if system has only one display monitor
Full Screen
Lower Screen
Left Screen
Upper Screen
Right Screen
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Other
Other mode of display. Quarter1~4 and Customized area.
Active Area
Drag active area to enable Active Area Function.
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Hardware
Saturn Hardware Configuration
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About
To display information about eGalaxTouch and its version.
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