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Compact Panel Computer
PS-3700A
TM
(Eden ESP6000-667MHzModel)
User Manual
Introduction
The PS-3700A (EdenTM ESP6000-667MHz Model) (PS-A) of Compact Panel Computers are multipurpose factory automation (FA) computers, which embody Pro-face’s latest, cost-effective architecture. Before using the PS-A, read this
manual thoroughly to familiarize yourself with the PS-A’s operation procedures and functions.
NOTE
1.
It is forbidden to copy the contents of this manual in whole, or in part, without the permission of the Digital Electronics Corporation.
2.
The information in this manual is subject to change without notice.
3.
This manual was written with care; however, if you should find any error or omissions, please contact Digital
Electronics Corporation and inform them of your findings.
4.
Regardless of the above clause, Digital Electronics Corporation shall not be held responsible for any damages or
third-party claims for damages or losses resulting from the use of this product.
Product names used in this manual are the trademarks of their respective manufacturers.
© Copyright 2003 Digital Electronics Corporation. All rights reserved.
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Essential Safety Precautions
This manual includes the following cautions concerning procedures that must be followed to operate the PS-A correctly
and safely. Prior to operating the PS-A, be sure to read this manual and any related materials thoroughly to understand the
correct operation and functions of this unit.
Safety Icons
To allow you to use the PS-A correctly, throughout this manual, the following icons are provided next to operations
requiring special attention. These icons are used to describe the following situations:
Failure to fully comply with points indicated by this symbol may result in death or
serious injury.
Failure to fully comply with points indicated by this symbol may result in injury or
equipment damage.
Indicates actions or procedures that should NOT be performed.
Indicates actions or procedures that MUST be performed to ensure proper operation.
To avoid the possibility of an electric shock, be sure to disconnect the power cord to the PS-A before connecting it to the main power supply.
A fire or electrical shock may occur if voltages used with the PS-A are beyond the specified range. Be
sure to use only the specified voltage.
Before opening the PS-A’s protective cover, be sure to turn the unit's power OFF. This is because the PSA's internal parts carry high voltages.
To avoid fires or electrical hazards, do not modify the PS-A in any way.
Do not create touch panel switches that are used to either control or to ensure the safety of equipment
and personnel. Mechanical switches, such as an emergency stop switch, a deadman (two-handed) start
switch, etc., must be installed and operated via a separate control system.
Do not create touch panel switches which could possibly endanger the safety of humans and equipment.
This is due to the possibility of a malfunction in the PS-A or its cable(s), causing the output of a signal that
could result in a major accident. All of a system's major, safety-related switches should be designed to be
operated separately from the PS-A.
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After the PS-A’s backlight burns out, unlike the PS-A’s “Standby Mode”, the touch panel is still active. If the
operator fails to notice that the backlight is burned out and touches the panel, a potentially dangerous
machine operation error can occur.
If your PS-A’s backlight suddenly turns OFF, use the following steps to determine if the backlight is actually burned out.
1) If your PS-A is not set to “Standby Mode” and the screen has gone blank, your backlight is burned out.
2) Or, if your PS-A is set to Standby Mode, but touching the screen does not cause the display to reappear, your backlight is burned out.
If metal particles, water or other types of liquids contact any of the PS-A’s internal parts, immediately turn
the unit’s power OFF, unplug the power cord, and contact either your PS-A distributor or the Digital Electronics Corporation.
Read and understand Chapter 2 "Hardware Installation" thoroughly in order to select an appropriate installation location for the PS-A.
Before either plugging in or unplugging a board or interface connector, be sure to turn the PS-A’s power
OFF.
To prevent a possible explosion, do not install the PS-A in areas containing flammable gases.
The PS-A is not appropriate for use with aircraft control devices, aerospace equipment, central trunk data
transmission (communication) devices, nuclear power control devices, or medical life support equipment,
due to these devices’ inherent requirements of extremely high levels of safety and reliability.
When using the PS-A with transportation vehicles (trains, cars and ships), disaster and crime prevention
devices, various types of safety equipment, non-life support related medical devices, etc. redundant and/
or fail-safe system designs should be used to ensure the proper degree of reliability and safety.
Do not push on the PS-A’s screen too strongly, with either your finger or with a hard object. Excessive
pressure can scratch, crack or damage the screen. Also, do not use a pointed object, such as a mechanical pencil or screwdriver, to press any of the touch panel's switches, since they can damage the display.
If the screen becomes dirty or smudged, moisten a soft cloth with diluted neutral detergent, wring the cloth
well, and wipe the display. Do not use thinner or organic solvents.
Avoid exposing the PS-A to, or operating the PS-A in direct sunlight, high temperatures and humidity, and
in areas where excessive dust and vibration will occur.
Avoid using the PS-A in areas where sudden, extreme changes in temperature can occur. This may cause
condensation to form inside the unit, possibly leading to an accident.
To prevent the PS-A from overheating, be sure its air circulation vents are clear and clean, and keep the
unit's operation area well-ventilated.
Avoid operating or storing the PS-A near chemicals, or where chemicals can come into contact with the
unit.
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When PS-A Hard Disk (HDD) data is lost:
The Digital Electronics Corporation cannot be held responsible or provide any compensation for damage(s) caused by the loss of data stored in the PS-A’s hard disk drive (HDD). It is therefore strongly suggested that all important data and software be backed up regularly to an external data backup device.
Please be aware that the Digital Electronics Corporation bears no responsibility for any damages resulting
from the customer's application of this unit's hardware or software.
Since the PS-A unit’s hard disk drive (HDD) is a consumable item, i.e. it has a limited lifetime, be sure to
back up its data regularly and prepare a spare HDD unit.
In order to extend the lifetime of the hard disk, Pro-face recommends you set the Windows [Control
panel]-[Power Management option]-[Turn off hard disks] selection to turn the hard disk off when the unit is
not being operated. A setting of 5 minutes is recommended.
To prevent file data damage, be sure to shut down the PS-A's OS before turning OFF the main power.
WAfter turning OFF the PS-A’s power, wait until the internal HDD stops spinning before turning on the
power again (approx. 5 seconds).
LCD Usage and Handling
• The PS-A’s LCD contains a strong irritant. If the panel is ever cracked and the LCD’s liquid contacts your skin, be sure
to wash it with running water for at least 15 minutes. If any of this liquid should enter your eye, be sure to flush your
eye with running water for more than 15 minutes and see a doctor as soon as possible.
• The brightness of the LCD screen will depend on the screen's current display and the LCD’s contrast adjustment. Any
brightness variations that result are normal for LCD displays.
• There are minute grid-points (Dark or Light points) on the LCD surface. These points are not defects and are a part of
the PS-A unit's design.
• The displayed color will look different when viewed from an angle outside the specified view angle. This is also normal.
• When installing this unit, be sure that the screen is viewable from within the designated viewing angles. The screen
image being difficult to see from outside its recommended viewing angle is normal.
• Displaying a single screen image for long periods of time can cause an afterimage to remain on the screen. To correct
this, turn the unit OFF for 5 to 10 minutes, then ON again. This phenomenon is a common attribute of LCD displays,
and is not a defect. To prevent this effect, you can:
1) Use the Display OFF feature; if the same image is to be displayed for a long period of time.
2) Change the screen display periodically to prevent the displaying of a single image for a long period of time.
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Information Symbols
This manual uses the following icons:
Indicates a warning or a product limitation. Be sure to follow the instructions given with
this icon to insure the safe operation of the PS-A.
Contains additional or useful information.
*
SEE
(1) (2)
PS-A
Indicates terms or items that require further explanation. See the footnote on that page.
Indicates pages containing related information.
Indicates steps used to accomplish a given task.
Be sure to follow these steps in the order they are written.
Refers collectively to the Compact Panel Computers PS-3700A (EdenTM ESP6000667MHz Model) units.
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Package Contents
The following items are included in the PS-A’s package. Before using the PS-A, please confirm that all items listed here
are present.
PS-A
(PS3700A-T41-ASU-E66)
Moisture Resistant Gasket (1)
Installation Fasteners (4/set x 2)
USB Cable Clamp (1)
AC Power Cord (1)
AC Power Cord Clamp (1)
CD-ROM (1)
Installation Guide (1)
(PS370XA-E66 User Manual & Driver CD)
(Japanese/English)
Installation
Guide
• Be careful when installing the PS-A not to damage the built-in HDD.
• The Power Cord included in the FP unit's package is designed only for AC100V
or AC115V use. Any other voltage will require a different cord.
This unit has been carefully packed, with special attention to quality. However, should you find anything damaged or missing, please contact your local PS-A distributor immediately.
• The CD-ROM included in this package contains a User Manual, API Reference Manual,
and PS-A Series Utility and Driver files.
SEE
Chapter 4 Setting up Your PS-A Unit (page4-1)
• When you order a PS-A unit built to your specifications, that PS-A package should
include each optional item's Installation Guide. Please use that guide to check the contents of each optional item's package.
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UL/c-UL (CSA) Application Notes
PS3700A-T41-ASU-E66 unit is UL/c-UL listed product (UL File No. E220851). Please pay special attention to the following instructions when applying for UL/c-UL approval for machinery which includes any of PS-A units.
The PS-A conforms as a component to the following standards:
„UL508 Industrial Control Equipment
„CAN Std C22.2 No.14-1995 CAN/CSA 22.2 No.60950
PS3700A-T41-ASU-E66 (UL Registration Model No.:3280015-01)
- Equipment with a PS-A unit mounted in it requires UL/c-UL evaluation for the combination of the PS-A and equipment.
- The PS-A must be used as a built-in component of an end-use product.
- Use the PS-A indoors only.
- When connecting the PS-A’s power cord, be sure to use a cord that is appropriate for the current and voltage used and
that has conductive wires that are AWG18 or larger.
- Danger of explosion if backup battery is incorrectly replaced. Should be replaced only with same or equivalent type
recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
- Be sure the unit the PS-A is built into uses a UL508 compatible structure.
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CE Marking Notes
PS3700A-T41-ASU-E66 unit is CE marked, EMC compliant product.
<Complies with the following Standards>
„ Safety
EN60950
„ EMI
EN61000-6-4, EN55011(Group 1, Class A)
„ EMS (EN61000-6-2/EN61131-2)
EN61000-4-2, EN61000-4-3, EN61000-4-4, EN61000-4-5, EN61000-4-6, EN61000-4-8, EN61000-4-11,
EN61000-4-12
„ FCC
47 CFR Part 15 Class A
If the following requirements are not met, the PS-A may fail to meet EN60950 standard requirements.
• The PS-A must be used as a built-in component of an end-use product.
• Use the PS-A indoors only.
• When connecting the PS-A’s power cord, be sure to use a cord that is appropriate for the current and voltage used and
that has conductive wires that are AWG18 or larger.
• There is a danger of explosion if the backup battery is incorrectly replaced. This battery should be replaced only with
same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s
instructions.
• Be sure the PS-A unit’s enclosure is an EN60950 approved sheet steel structure.
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Contents
Introduction................................................................................................................ 1
Essential Safety Precautions..................................................................................... 2
Information Symbols.................................................................................................. 5
Package Contents ..................................................................................................... 6
UL/c-UL (CSA) Application Notes ............................................................................. 7
CE Marking Notes ..................................................................................................... 8
Contents .................................................................................................................... 9
CHAPTER 1 Overview
1.1 Prior to Operating the PS-A Unit..................................................................... 1-2
1.2 PS-A Unit System Configuration..................................................................... 1-3
1.2.1 Setting Up the Touch Panel Connection ...............................................................1-4
1.2.2 Using the USB Interface (located on the front face) .............................................1-4
1.3 PS-A Unit Part Names and Features .............................................................. 1-5
1.4 Interfaces ........................................................................................................ 1-7
1.4.1 RS-232C Interface (COM1/COM2/COM3/COM4) ................................................1-7
1.4.2 Printer Interface (LPT1) ......................................................................................1-10
1.5 PS-A Unit External Views and Dimensions................................................... 1-11
1.5.1 PS-A Unit ............................................................................................................ 1-11
1.5.2 External Dimensions (with Installation Fasteners installed)................................1-12
1.5.3 Panel Cut Dimensions ........................................................................................1-13
1.5.4 Installation Fasteners..........................................................................................1-13
CHAPTER 2 Hardware Installation
2.1 Installtion......................................................................................................... 2-2
2.1.1 Removing the PS-A Unit's Cover..........................................................................2-2
2.1.2 PS-A Internal View................................................................................................2-3
2.1.3 Main Memory Installation ......................................................................................2-4
2.1.4 Expansion Board (PCI) Installation .......................................................................2-4
2.1.5 PCMCIA Unit Installation ......................................................................................2-6
2.1.6 USB Cable Clamp Installation...............................................................................2-7
2.1.7 CF Card Installation and Removal ........................................................................2-8
2.2 Installing the PS-A Unit ................................................................................. 2-10
2.2.1 Installation Caution .............................................................................................2-10
2.2.2 Installation Procedures .......................................................................................2-12
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2.3 Wiring the PS-A ............................................................................................ 2-16
2.3.1 Connecting the Power Cord................................................................................2-16
2.3.2 Power Supply Cautions.......................................................................................2-17
2.3.3 Grounding Cautions ............................................................................................2-19
2.3.4 Cautions When Connecting I/O Signal Lines......................................................2-19
CHAPTER 3 System Setup
3.1 Setup Procedures ........................................................................................... 3-2
3.2 System Parameters ........................................................................................ 3-3
3.2.1 Standard CMOS Features.....................................................................................3-3
3.2.2 IDE HDD Auto-Detection ......................................................................................3-5
3.2.3 Advanced BIOS Features .....................................................................................3-6
3.2.4 Advanced Chipset Features..................................................................................3-9
3.2.5 Integrated Peripherals.........................................................................................3-12
3.2.6 Power Management Setup .................................................................................3-16
3.2.7 PnP/PCI Configurations ......................................................................................3-18
3.2.8 IRQ Resources ...................................................................................................3-19
3.2.9 System Monitor Setup.........................................................................................3-20
3.2.10 Frequency/Voltage Control ...............................................................................3-21
3.2.11 Load Fail-Safe Defaults.....................................................................................3-21
3.2.12 Load Optimized Defaults...................................................................................3-22
3.2.13 Set Supervisor Password..................................................................................3-23
3.2.14 Set User Password ...........................................................................................3-23
3.2.15 Save & Exit Setup .............................................................................................3-23
3.2.16 Exit Without Saving...........................................................................................3-23
CHAPTER 4 Setting up Your PS-A Unit
4.1 CD-ROM Contents.......................................................................................... 4-2
4.1.1 Software................................................................................................................4-2
4.2 Setting Up Your PS-A Unit .............................................................................. 4-3
4.2.1 Setup Procedures .................................................................................................4-3
4.2.2 Setting Up an HDD with Pre-installed OS.............................................................4-4
4.3 Installing Drivers ............................................................................................. 4-6
4.4 Special Application Program Features............................................................ 4-7
4.4.1 Uninstalling Utility Software ..................................................................................4-9
4.5 When Using Windows®2000/Windows®XP................................................. 4-10
4.5.1 Automatic System Log-on Setup ........................................................................4-10
4.5.2 Uninterrupted Power Supply System (UPS) ....................................................... 4-11
4.5.3 Changing System Settings.................................................................................. 4-11
4.5.4 NTFS File System Conversion............................................................................ 4-11
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CHAPTER 5 Monitoring Features
5.1 RAS Features ................................................................................................. 5-2
5.1.1 PS-A RAS Features ..............................................................................................5-2
5.1.2 RAS Feature Details .............................................................................................5-3
5.1.3 RAS Feature Overview .........................................................................................5-5
5.2 System Monitor/RAS Features ....................................................................... 5-6
5.2.1 Setup Procedures .................................................................................................5-6
5.2.2 System Monitoring Property Settings (PSA_Wps.exe) .........................................5-7
5.2.3 System Monitoring Operation (PSA_Smon.exe)...................................................5-9
5.2.4 Error Messages ..................................................................................................5-12
5.3 Error Displays When Using Event Viewer..................................................... 5-14
5.3.1 Error Message Display .......................................................................................5-14
5.3.2 Error Type/Location ............................................................................................5-15
5.3.3 Error Action .........................................................................................................5-15
5.4 Remote RAS ................................................................................................. 5-16
5.4.1 System Configuration .........................................................................................5-16
5.4.2 Installation Procedures .......................................................................................5-17
5.4.3 Setup and Preparation of the Remote RAS Feature...........................................5-17
5.4.4 Read and Write of the System Monitor/RAS Feature .........................................5-19
5.4.5 Restrictions .........................................................................................................5-22
5.5 Remote Shutdown Feature ........................................................................... 5-23
CHAPTER 6 Maintenance and Inspection
6.1 Regular Cleaning ............................................................................................ 6-2
6.1.1 Cleaning the Display .............................................................................................6-2
6.1.2 Installation Gasket Replacement ..........................................................................6-3
6.2 Cleaning the Fan Filter ................................................................................... 6-3
6.3 Changing the PS-A Backlight ......................................................................... 6-4
6.4 Periodic Inspection Items................................................................................ 6-8
CHAPTER 7 Specifications
7.1 General Specifications .................................................................................... 7-2
7.1.1 Electrical Specifications ........................................................................................7-2
7.1.2 Environment..........................................................................................................7-2
7.1.3 Structural Specifications........................................................................................7-4
7.2 Performance Specifications ............................................................................ 7-5
7.2.1 Performance Specifications ..................................................................................7-5
7.2.2 Display Functions .................................................................................................7-6
7.2.3 Expansion Slots ....................................................................................................7-6
7.2.4 Clock Accuracy .....................................................................................................7-6
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Appendices
A.1 Hardware Configuration.............................................................................. App-2
A.1.1 I/O Map............................................................................................................ App-2
A.1.2 Memory Map.................................................................................................... App-3
A.1.3 Interrupt Map ................................................................................................... App-4
A.2 List of Optional Devices .............................................................................. App-5
Index
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Overview
1. Prior to Operating the PS-A Unit
2. PS-A Unit System Configuration
3. PS-A Unit Part Names and Features
4. Interfaces
5. PS-A Unit External Views and Dimensions
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1.1 Prior to Operating the PS-A Unit
The following explanation shows the preparation steps required prior to operating the PS-A.
Connect the display unit and any optional devices.
Connect Peripheral Devices
Connect Power
SEE
Connect the PS-A unit’s power cord to AC Interconnection and turn the power switch ON.
SEE
Set Up the System
2.3 Wiring the PS-A (page2-16)
Configure the PS-A unit's BIOS.
SEE
[When PS-A has no preinstalled OS]
1.2 PS-A Unit System Configuration
(page1-3) /1.3 PS-A Unit Part Names
and Features (page1-5)
Chapter 3 System Setup (page3-1)
[When PS-A has preinstalled OS]
Install a commercial OS
in your PS-A. For how to
setup the OS, refer to
the manual provided
with the product.
Install an OS
Install PS370XA-E66
User Manual and Driver CD Data
Install Required Device Drivers
Install Required Software
Install all required software. For software installation instructions, refer to the manual provided
with that product.
Install the PS-A Unit
• After hardware setup is completed, the OS must be used to create partitions and
format (initialize) the HDD before any data or applications can be saved to the
hard disk drive. For details concerning these procedures, refer to the OS manufacturer's instruction manual.
• Whenever you turn the PS-A unit's power OFF, wait until the internal HDD stops
spinning (approximately 5 seconds) before turning the power ON again.
• The PS-A’s hard disk is designed for use with the Windows®2000 and Windows®XP. Other operating systems do not support this driver software, etc.
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1.2 PS-A Unit System Configuration
Bottom of PS-A unit
Side of PS-A unit
Front of PS-A unit
PS3700A-T41-ASU-E66
Inside PS-A unit
The following chart shows the range of peripheral items connected to the PS-A.
IDE Connector
HDD Unit*1*2
Main Memory
Connector
Main Memory Module*1*2
Peripherals
(commercial type)
COM1/COM2/COM3/COM4
RS-232C Cable
Printer Connector
Printer Cable
(commercial type)
LAN Connector
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
Cable (commercial type)
Hub
Central Network Line
Peripherals
(commercial type)
Line Input Connector
Speaker Out Connector
Speaker
Mike Input Connector
USB Connectors
(2 ports)
Pin-jack Cable
(commercial type)
Mike
USB 1.1 Compatible
Peripherals(commercial type)
Mouse Connector
PS/2 Mouse
Keyboard Connector
PS/2 Keyboard
CF Card Slots
(TYPE2, 1 port)
Expansion Slot
PCMCIA Connector
(2 ports)
CF
CF Cards*2
Peripherals
(commercial type)
PCMCIA Card
(commercial type)
CF
CF Card Adaptor*2
CD-ROM Drive
CF Cards*2
(commercial type)
FD Drive
(commercial type)
USB Connector
(1 port)
USB 1.1 Compatible
Peripherals(commercial type)
*1 Built-in accessory only
*2 The Digital Electronics Corporation's optional devices used with the PS-A. Please refer to A.2 List of Optional Devices
• This diagram shows only the PS-A’s internal layout and connectable devices. The
user’s actual design may differ.
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1.2.1
Setting Up the Touch Panel Connection
The connection method used can be via either a serial (RS-232C) or USB interface. Depending on the type of
Touch Panel connection used, the OS types that can be used will vary.
„DIPSW1
Changes the Touch Panel Communication method (Serial ↔ USB). For the details about the switch,
SEE
1.4.1 RS-232C Interface (COM1/COM2/COM3/COM4) (page1-7)
• Whenever changing any PS-A switch settings, be sure to first turn the PS-A’s
power supply OFF. Failure to do so can cause a PS-A malfunction.
• If “Serial” is selected, COM4 cannot be used.
„Mouse Emulator V2(PL-TD000)
When installing the Mouse Emulator, be sure to select USB.
1.2.2
Using the USB Interface (located on the front face)
• When using multiple commercial-type USB peripheral devices, be sure to use a
commercial-type USB HUB. However, USB HUBS cannot be connected to each
other.
(Connection example)
PS-A
USB HUB
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1.3 PS-A Unit Part Names and Features
1
2
: Display / Touch Panel
: Power Lamp LED (POWER)
LED
2
3
4
1
Green
Orange
Orange/Red
3
Front
5
6
10
12
11
Top
22
20 25 26
28
14
15
17
23
19 24
LED
PS-A Status
Green
Currently using IDE I/F
6
: USB Connector (1 port)
Provides a USB 1.1 compatible connection.
Connect a USB connectable device here.
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: Arm Attachment Screw Holes
(VESA 75mm)
: Power Switch
: Expansion Board Support
: FD Drive
: CD-ROM Drive
: PCMCIA Connectors (PCMCIA)(2 ports)
: Rear Cover
This cover is removed when installing an HDD unit,
main memory, or Expansion unit (PCI).
15 : Keyboard Connector (KEYBOARD)
Connect a PS/2-compatible keyboard here.
Side
16 21
: IDE Access Lamp
14 : Mouse Connector (MOUSE)
Connect a PS/2-compatible mouse here.
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18
Backlight is not functioning
: Front Packing
: Hardware Reset Switch (RESET)
Pressing this switch re-starts the PS-A unit.
8
9
10
11
12
13
Rear
8
Normal Operation
(Power On)
System Monitor Error
Touch Panel Self Test Error
4
5
9
7
PS-A Status
27
Bottom
29
16 : Expansion Slot
17 : LAN Connector (LAN)
(10 BASE-T /100 BASE-TX)
18 : USB Connectors (2 ports)
Provides a USB 1.1 compatible connection.
Connect a USB connectable device here.
19 : RS-232C Connector (COM1)
[+5V/RI Changeover]
20 : RS-232C Connector (COM2)
[+5V/RI Changeover]
21 : RS-232C Connector (COM3)
[RS-485 Changeover]
22 : RS-232C Connector (COM4)
23 : Line Input Connector (LINE IN)
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25
26
27
28
29
: Speaker Output Connector (SPEAKER OUT)
: Mike Input Connector (MIC IN)
: Printer Connector (LPT1)
: Cooling FAN
: CF Card Slot
: AC Inlet Connector
• Prior to attaching peripheral units to the PS-A, be sure the PS-A’s power cord is
disconnected from the main power supply.
• To prevent an electrical shock, be sure to disconnect the PS-A’s power cord from
the power supply before connecting the cord or any peripheral devices to the
PS-A.
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Chapter 1 Overview
1.4 Interfaces
1.4.1
RS-232C Interface (COM1/COM2/COM3/COM4)
‹ RS-232C Interface (COM1/COM2/COM3/COM4)
Pin Arrangement
5
1
6
9
PIN#
Signal
Condition
Direction
1
CD
Carrier Detect
Input
2
RXD
Receive Data
Input
3
TXD
Send Data
Output
4
DTR
Data Terminal Ready
Output
5
GND
Signal Ground
-
6
DSR
Data Set Ready
Input
7
RTS
Request Send
Output
8
CTS
Clear Send
Input
9
RI / 5V
Ring Indicate
In/Output
FG
FG
Frame Ground
-
‹ RS-422 Interface (COM3)
Pin#
Signal
Condition
Direction
1
RXA
Receive Data (+)
Input
2
RXB
Receive Data (-)
Input
3
TXA
Send Data (+)
Output
4
NC
No Connection
-
5
GND
Ground
-
6
NC
No Connection
-
7
TXB
Send Data (-)
Output
8
NC
No Connection
-
9
NC
No Connection
-
FG
FG
Frame Ground
-
‹ RS-485 Interface (COM3)
Pin#
Signal
Condition
Direction
1
DATA+
Send/Receive Data (+)
In/Output
2
DATA-
Send/Receive Data (-)
In/Output
3
NC
No Connection
-
4
NC
No Connection
-
5
GND
Signal Ground
-
6
NC
No Connection
-
7
NC
No Connection
-
8
NC
No Connection
-
9
NC
No Connection
-
FG
FG
Frame Ground
-
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‹ Switches
The following switch settings corresponding to each Serial Interface need to be signified. To set the switches,
remove the PS-A’s Rear Cover and locate the following switches, next to the PS-A’s circuit board. For information about attaching/removing the Rear Cover,
SEE
2.1.1 Removing the PS-A Unit's Cover (page2-2)
The switches are located as follows;
BAT
PCI
A
B
COM1
COM3
Rear
Switch
Location
Switch Name
Description
A
DIPSW1
8-point dip switch. Changes the Touch Panel communication method. (Serial
<---> USB) For the details about DIPSW1, see Table (1).
(If “Serial” is selected, COM4 cannot be used.) Factory setting is same as settings of “When using USB” described in Table (1).
B
DIPSW2
10-point dip switch. Designates the communication method settings. For the
details about DIPSW2, see Table (2). Factory settings are all OFF. (RS-232C)
DIPSW1
No.
1
Description
OFF
When
using
COM4
Reserved
OFF
OFF
COM4
USB
OFF
ON
Available
NOT Available
OFF
ON
4
Switches the COM4 Touch Panel Send Data
Available
Communication ON or OFF
NOT Available
OFF
ON
5
Switches the External Device's usage of
COM4 ON or OFF
Available
NOT Available
OFF
ON
6
Switches the USB Reference Voltage ON or
OFF
Available
NOT Available
ON
OFF
7
Switches the USB Touch Panel Positive (+)
Data Communication ON or OFF
Available
NOT Available
ON
OFF
8
Switches the USB Touch Panel Negative (-)
Data Communication ON or OFF
Available
NOT Available
ON
OFF
3
Changes Touch Panel's communication
method
Switches the COM4 Touch Panel Receive
Data Communication ON or OFF
Table (1) DIPSW1
("When using USB" are the DIPSW1 factory settings.)
1-8
When
using
USB
Reserved
2
Used by the system
ON
Chapter 1 Overview
DIPSW2
No.
2
3
ON
Changes COM1
(RS-232C) #9 pin
(RI <-> +5V)
Changes COM3's
communication method
Changes COM2
(RS-232C) #9 pin
(RI <-> +5V)
4
Changes TX data's
output mode
5
Switches the TX
termination resistance
ON/OFF
6
Switches the RX
termination resistance
ON/OFF
7
8
9
10
RS232C
RS-422
RS-485
+5V 500mA
external output
possible
RI
ON/
OFF
ON/
OFF
ON/
OFF
RS-422/RS-485
RS-232C
OFF
ON
ON
+5V 500mA
external output
possible
RI
ON/
OFF
ON/
OFF
ON/
OFF
TX data output is
controlled via the
RTS signal
TX data output is
NOT controlled via
the RTS signal.
(normally output)
OFF
ON/
OFF
ON
No termination
OFF
ON
ON/
OFF *1
No termination
OFF
ON
ON/
OFF *1
No shorting
(RS-422 mode)
OFF
OFF
ON
No shorting
(RS-422 mode)
OFF
OFF
ON
RS-422/RS-485
RS-232C
OFF
ON
ON
Reserved
Reserved
OFF
OFF
OFF
Inserts termination resistance of
220Ω between
TXA and TXB.
Inserts termination resistance of
220Ω between
RXA and RXB.
Shorts TXA and
RXA
(RS-485 mode)
Shorts TXB and
RXB
(RS-485 mode)
Switches the shorting
of TXA and RXA ON or
OFF
Switches the shorting
of TXB and RXB ON or
OFF
Changes COM3's
communication method
Used by the system
OFF
Table (2) DIPSW2
(The factory settings are all OFF.)
*1 If you use termination resistance, base your settings on your connection specifications.
DIPSW2 (SW4 to SW8) in the above table 2 operate as shown in the circuit diagram below.
SW5
TXA
TXD
TXB
RTS
SW4
SW7
SW8
COM3
1
Description
SW6
RXA
RXB
Fig. 1 DIPSW2 (SW4 to SW8) circuit diagram
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1.4.2
Printer Interface (LPT1)
This interface conforms to Centronics standards.
D-sub 25 pin (Female)
1
13
• Electrical Specifications
O.D : Open Drain
T.S : 3 state I/O
TTL : TTL Input
14
25
Screw Size: (4-40): Inch Type
Pin
No.
SPP/
ECP
Mode
Signal
Name
EPP
Mode
Signal
Name
1
STRB
2
Direction
Electrical
Specif.
Pin
No.
SPP/
ECP
Mode
Signal
Name
WRITE
In/Output
O.D/T.S*1
14
AUTOFD
DSTRB
In/Output
O.D/T.S*1
DATA0
DATA0
In/Output
O.D
15
ERROR
ERROR
Input
TTL
3
DATA1
DATA1
In/Output
O.D
16
INIT
INIT
In/Output
O.D/T.S*1
4
DATA2
DATA2
In/Output
O.D
17
SLCTIN
ADSTRB
In/Output
O.D/T.S*1
5
DATA3
DATA3
In/Output
O.D
18
GND
GND
6
DATA4
DATA4
In/Output
O.D
19
GND
GND
7
DATA5
DATA5
In/Output
O.D
20
GND
GND
8
DATA6
DATA6
In/Output
O.D
21
GND
GND
EPP
Mode
Signal
Name
Direction
Electrical
Specif.
9
DATA7
DATA7
In/Output
O.D
22
GND
GND
10
ACKNLG
ACKNLG
Input
TTL
23
GND
GND
11
BUSY
WAIT
Input
TTL
24
GND
GND
25
GND
GND
12
PE
PE
Input
TTL
13
SLCT
SLCT
Input
TTL
*1
Pins 1, 14, 16 and 17 will become O.D when the SPP mode specification is used. If the mode
changes to ECP or EPP, these pins will become T.S
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1.5 PS-A Unit External Views and Dimensions
PS-A Unit
Unit:mm [in]
383 [15.08]
Top
100 [3.94]
395 [15.55]
Front
282 [11.10]
5 [0.20]
294 [11.57]
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Side
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1.5.2
External Dimensions (with Installation Fasteners installed)
Unit:mm [in]
394.8 [15.54]
160[6.30]
160[6.30]
Top
100 [3.94]
404.8 [15.94]
Front
Side
Bottom
165
[6.50]
1-12
160
[6.30]
293.8 [11.57]
303.8 [11.96]
5 [0.20]
Side
Rear
Chapter 1 Overview
1.5.3
Panel Cut Dimensions
Unit:mm [in]
+1
282.5 0
[11.12+0.04
]
0
le
4-R ss th
+0.04
+1
3[0 an
.12 383.5 0 [15.10 0 ]
]
• Be sure the thickness of the installation panel is from 1.6 mm [0.06 in] to 10 mm
[0.39 in].
• All panel surfaces used should be strengthened. Especially, if high levels of vibration are expected and the PS-A’s installation surface (i.e. an operation panel’s
door, etc.) can move (i.e.open or close) due consideration should be given to the
PS-A’s weight.
• To insure that the PS-A’s water resistance is maintained, be sure to install the PSA into a panel that is flat and free of scratches or dents.
• Be sure all installation tolerances are maintained to prevent the unit from falling
out of its installation panel.
Installation Fasteners
Unit:mm [in]
11[0.43]
16[0.63]
16.6[0.65]
M6
31[1.22]
Ø10
[Ø0.39]
1.5.4
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Memo
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2
Hardware
Installation
1. Installtion
2. Installing the PS-A Unit
3. Wiring the PS-A
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2.1 Installtion
A wide variety of optional units, Main Memory, CF cards, PCMCIA (PC cards) manufactured by Digital
Electronics Corporation and commercial expansion boards (PCI bus compatible board *1), PCMCIA (PC
Cards) can be used with the PS-A. Unscrew the five (5) cover attachment screws, and remove the cover.
Install the desired products as shown in the "2.1.2 PS-A Internal View" drawing.
For the detailed optional unit installation procedures, refer to that unit’s "Installation Guide".
Be sure to disconnect the power cord from the power supply and confirm that power is not
supplied to the PS-A unit before installing any optional units, Main Memory, CF cards, or
expansion boards. Failure to do so can result in an electric shock.
• Use a screwdriver to loosen and tighten the screws. Be sure not to tighten the
screws too tightly. Excessive force can damage the equipment.
• When removing or replacing screws, be careful that they do not fall inside the PSA unit's chassis.
• When installing the PS-A unit, or when attaching an optional item to the PS-A
unit, do not hold the PS-A unit by its rear-face fan cover while performing the
work. Doing so may damage the fan cover or cause the cover to fall off.
2.1.1
Removing the PS-A Unit's Cover
Lay the PS-A unit on its side and remove the five (5) cover attachment screws. Slide the rear cover up to
remove it in the direction shown. (When reattaching the screws, use a torque of 0.5 to 0.6N•m.)
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2.1.2
PS-A Internal View
Expansion Board Interface
(1 port)
HDD Unit
CD-ROM Drive
FDD Drive
PCMCIA Slot
(2 ports)
Main Memory Installation
Area (1 port)
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2.1.3
Main Memory Installation
(1)
SEE
(2)
Remove the PS-A unit's rear cover.
2.1.1 Removing the PS-A Unit's Cover (page2-2)
Angle the main memory module down slightly, and push it in until the connector pins mate with the
module's pins. Then, lower the module until it is horizontal and insert it completely into the connector.
This connector is shown in 2.1.2 PS-A Internal View.
Connector
Main Memory
(3)
(2)
Stopper
(3)
2.1.4
Expansion Board (PCI) Installation
(1)
SEE
(2)
2-4
Push in the main memory module until the stopper snaps into place.
Remove the PS-A unit’s rear cover.
2.1.1 Removing the PS-A Unit's Cover (page2-2)
Remove the blank panel’s screw, and detach the blank panel.
Chapter 2 Hardware Installation
(3)
Insert the expansion board (commercial-type PCI) into the expansion board connector, and secure it in
place using the filler panel’s screw. The necessary torque is 0.5N•m to 0.6N•m.
Expansion Board
Connector
Expansion Board
(Commercial type)
(4)
Replace the rear cover and secure it in place using the five (5) attachment screws.
• The maximum size allowed for an expansion board is 240mm [9.44in.] x 106.68mm [4.2in.].
When using an expansion board of this size, be sure to secure it in place using the expansion
board support. Before the rear cover is closed, as explained in step (4) above, remove the expansion board support cover screw and be sure the expansion board support cover is detached. Next,
replace the rear cover, and then secure the expansion board support cover to the rear cover using
the expansion board support cover screw. The necessary torque is 0.5N•m to 0.6N•m.
Expansion Board
Support
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2.1.5
PCMCIA Unit Installation
(1)
Remove the PCMCIA slot cover’s screws (2).
PCMCIA Slot Cover
(2)
[Inserting a commercial-type PC Card]
Insert the commercial-type PC Card into the PCMCIA connector.
Eject Button
PC Card
(commercial)
• The PCMCIA slot has 2 connectors. When inserting the PCMCIA Card, check carefully that it is
connected to the correct connector.
[Removing the PC Card]
Press the eject button twice to remove the PC Card from the PCMCIA connector.
Pressing the eject button once causes its tip to come out.
Pressing the eject button the second ejects the PC Card from the PCMCIA slot.
(3)
Replace the PCMCIA slot cover removed in (1) and secure it in place using the two PCMCIA slot
screws. The necessary torque is 0.5N•m to 0.6N•m.
• When using a PC Card with a cable attached, Pro-face recommends you use a clamp or
other type of device to prevent vibration from possibly dislodging the cable.
• Be sure to stop the PS-A unit PC Card's driver prior to removing the PC Card. A failure
to stop this driver may result in damage to either the PC Card, the PC Card's data, or
may cause Windows® to hang up. For information on the procedure for stopping the PC
Card's driver, please refer to your OS' User Manual.
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2.1.6
USB Cable Clamp Installation
This holder prevents the USB cable from becoming disconnected due to vibration, etc.
(1)
Place the PS-A unit face-down on a flat surface as shown below. Your PS-A unit has two USB connectors.
Upper USB Connector
Lower USB Connector
• When using only one of the USB ports, be sure to use the lower USB connector. This allows you
to securely clamp the USB cable in the cable clamp.
[Attachment]
As shown below, insert the USB Cable Clamp’s band through the Bridge. Pass the USB cables through the
Cable Clamp’s band and securely tighten the clamp band around the cables.
• Be sure the clamp is securely holding the USB cable’s plug and collar.
• Be sure the clamp is positioned as shown below, with the clamp pointing upwards - not to the
side. This is to keep the clamp from interfering with nearby connectors and their cables.
Clamp
Bridge
Cable Collars
USB Cables
[Removal]
To remove the clamp from the USB cables, push down on the clamp strap’s clip to release it while pulling up
on the clamp.
Strap Clip
Clamp
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2.1.7
CF Card Installation and Removal
„ When using the PS-A Unit and a CF Card, follow the precautions below:
Be sure to use only CF Cards manufactured by the Digital Electronics Corporation. PS-A
unit performance cannot be guaranteed when using another manufacturer's CF Card.
Be sure to follow the instructions given below to prevent the CF Card's internal data from
being destroyed or a CF Card malfunction from occurring:
• DO NOT bend the CF Card.
• DO NOT drop or strike the CF Card against another object.
• Keep the CF Card dry.
• DO NOT touch the CF Card connectors.
• DO NOT disassemble or modify the CF Card.
„When using the CF Card Unit and the CF Card
Prior to inserting the CF Card, be sure to confirm that the rear and the front of the CF Card
are correctly oriented, and that the CF Card connector position is correct. If the CF Card is
inserted incorrectly, the CF Card, its internal data, and the CF card unit may be damaged.
Since the PS-A unit's OS views the CF Card as a hard disk, do not remove or insert the CF
Card when the unit's power is switched ON. Doing so may damage data and stop OS operation. Be sure to shut down the OS and switch power OFF prior to removing or inserting a
CF Card.
Never turn OFF or reset the PS-A while accessing the CF Card to prevent damaging file
data. Also, be sure to shut down the PS-A unit's OS before turning OFF the main power.
„Data Overwrite Limit
The CF Card has a data overwrite limit of approximately 100,000 times. Therefore, be sure to back up all CF
Card data regularly to another storage media. (100,000 times assumes the overwriting of 500KB of data in
DOS format)
„A CF Card Insertion and Removal
Familiarize yourself with the differences between the top and bottom surfaces of the CF Card. Also, be sure to
read the CF Card's installation guide to ensure that the Card is properly oriented when it is inserted (i.e.
whether the top of the card is up or down etc.)
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„When inserting the CF Card
(1)
Unscrew the CF Card cover's attachment screw (1), and remove the CF Card cover.
CF Card Cover
(2)
Insert the CF Card firmly into the CF card slot, and check that the eject button pops out.
CF Card
Eject Button
„Removing the CF Card
(3)
Press the eject button in fully to remove the CF Card from the CF Card slot.
(4)
After inserting/removing the CF card, be sure to replace the CF Card cover and secure it in place using
the attachment screw.
• The necessary torque is 0.5N•m to 0.6N•m.
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2.2 Installing the PS-A Unit
2.2.1
Installation Caution
„Temperature Related Cautions
•
The PS-A should be installed in a vertical position, and forced air cooling should be used, instead of natural air circulation.
•
Check the ambient temperature at the positions shown in the illustrations below. Temperatures exceeding
the proper ambient temperature (When using HDD: 5 to 50°C, When not using HDD: 0 to 50°C) may lead
to product breakdown.
Panel Face
Panel Interior
100 mm
100 mm
30 mm
30 mm
„Installation Positioning Cautions
Be sure to install the panel in an upright (vertical) position.
OK
Vertical
Horizontal
Also, be sure that the panel’s viewing angle is tilted no more than 30 degrees from parallel to the operator (i.e.
directly in front).
No more than 30 degrees of tilt
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„Installation Location
•
Avoid placing the PS-A next to other devices that might cause overheating.
•
Keep the PS-A away from arc-generating devices such as magnetic switches and non-fuse breakers.
•
Avoid using the PS-A in environments where corrosive gases are present.
•
To ensure the reliability, operability and ventilation of the PS-A, be sure to install it in locations that are
more than 50mm away from adjacent structures or equipment. Also, consider the need for installing or
removing expansion boards, or connectors when designing and installing your PS-A.
Side View
Rear View
50 mm
50 mm
50 mm
50 mm
50 mm
50 mm
50 mm
„Vibration and Shocks
If the PS-A is moved when its enclosure doors are open, or while it is installed in a rack equipped with caster
wheels, or when using a stand with an arm attached or when attached to a wall, the hard disk can receive
excessive vibration or jolting. Be especially careful at this time.
PS-A Unit
Shock
Resistance
When using the HDD
Up to 4.9m/s2
When not using the HDD
Up to 9.8m/s2
• Be sure not to move the PS-A unit while the HDD is starting up. This can lead to a
machine breakdown (Even a slight movement of the PS-A should not be performed).
• When using a fan to cool the PS-A unit, be sure that the fan does not point
directly at any of the PS-A’s disk drive units.
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2.2.2
Installation Procedures
Follow the steps given below when installing the PS-A.
„Attaching the Installation Gasket
Even if the your PS-A’s Installation Gasket is not needed to prevent water from entering the unit, the gasket
also acts as a vibration absorber and should always be attached. To install it, place the PS-A face down on a
soft surface and attach the gasket to the rear side of the display face, in the bezel’s groove (see picture below).
• Before mounting the PS-A into a cabinet or panel, check that the installation gasket is attached to the unit.
• A gasket which has been used for a long period of time may be scratched or dirty,
and may have lost much of its water resistance. Be sure to change the gasket at
least once a year, or when scratches or dirt become visible.
• The corresponding gasket is CA3-WPG15-01.
• Since the gasket is flexible but not elastic, be careful not to stretch it unnecessarily, as doing so could tear the gasket.
• Be sure, when pushing the gasket into the installation groove and around the corners of the PS-A, that the gasket’s seam is not placed in a corner. Placing the
seam here could eventually cause the gasket to tear
• Be sure to place the gasket’s flat, non-grooved side facing down.
PS-A Rear Face
Gasket
Installation
Groove
Gasket seam
• If the installation gasket is not properly inserted into the groove, the gasket’s
moisture resistance may not be equivalent to IP65f.
• When the installation gasket is properly inserted, approximately 2.0 mm of it will
extend outside the groove. Before installing a PS-A into a panel, be sure to confirm that the gasket is correctly in place.
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„Create a Panel Cut
Create a panel cut for the PS-A, like that pictured here. Two additional items, the installation gasket and the
installation fasteners are required when installing the PS-A.
SEE
1.5.3 Panel Cut Dimensions (page1-13)
Panel
Panel Cut
• To obtain the maximum degree of moisture resistance, be sure to install the PS-A on a smooth,
flat surface.
• The panel itself can be from 1.6 mm [0.06 in] to 10.0 mm [0.39 in] thick
• Strengthening may be required for the panel. Be sure to consider the weight of
the PS-A when designing the panel.
1.6 mm [0.06 in] - 10.0mm [0.39 in]
„PS-A Viewing Angle
•
Be sure that the panel’s viewing angle is tilted no more than 30 degrees from parallel to the operator (i.e.
operator is directly in front).
OK
OK
OK
Must be 30 degrees or less
•
Avoid placing the PS-A next to other devices that might cause overheating.
•
Avoid using the PS-A where the ambient temperature will be higher than the allowed specification.
•
Keep the PS-A away from arc-generating devices such as magnetic switches and non-fuse breakers.
•
Avoid using the PS-A in environments where corrosive gases are present.
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„Insert the PS-A into the installation slot
Unit:mm [in]
PS-A
]
2]
r
de [0.1
n
u R3
4-
Mounting panel
Side panel
282.5 +10
[11.12 +0.04
]
0
+1
383.5 0
+0.04
[15.10 0
• Be sure the panel cut’s actual measurements are the same as those given here,
otherwise the PS-A may slip or fall out of the panel.
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„Attach and Secure the Rear Installation Fasteners
(1)
Locate the PS-A’s attachment holes, located on the top, bottom, and sides of the PS-A.
Bottom
Top
Attachment
Holes
Left Side
Right Side
Panel
Installation Fastener
PS-A
• Excessive torque may damage the PS-A unit.
• To ensure a high degree of moisture resistance, the torque should be 0.5N•m.
• Depending on the installation panel's thickness, etc., the number of installation fasteners used
may need to be increased to provide the desired level of moisture resistance.
• The corresponding installation fasteners are CA3-ATFALL-01.
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2.3 Wiring the PS-A
2.3.1
Connecting the Power Cord
Insert the power cord (AC inlet plug) into the PS-A's bottom face AC connector.
To avoid an electric shock, check that the PS-A's power supply is turned OFF, via a
breaker, or similar unit before connecting the PS-A's power cord to the AC connector.
To avoid the dangers of fire, electric hazards and equipment damage, be sure to use only
the specified voltage when operating the PS-A.
N
L
AC Connector *1
FG
• The Power Cord included in the PS-A unit's package is designed only for
AC100V or AC115V use. Any other voltage will require a different cord.
„Installing the AC Power Cord Clamp
• Be sure to connect the power cord only after confirming that
the PS-A unit rear face power switch is turned OFF.
‹Attaching the AC Power Cord
(1)
Open the AC Power Cord Clamp and insert the AC Power Cord as shown in fig. 1. Then, close the Cord
Clamp until it clicks into place and locks around the AC Power Cord Collar..
• The Cord Clamp has four teeth for locking. These are to adjust the amount of grip used to hold
the AC Power Cord Collar.
AC Plug Collar
AC Plug
Cord Clamp
Figure 1
*1
L : AC Input Terminal-live line
N : AC Input Terminal-neutral line
FG : Ground Terminal connected to the PS-A chassis
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(2)
Connect the AC plug to the PS-A’s AC connector, as shown in fig. 2.
(3)
Lock Pin Hole
Cord Clamp Lock Pin
Lock Tab Release
(4)
AC Connector
AC Plug
(2)
Cord Clamp
AC Plug Collar
Figure 2
(3)
Insert the Cord Clamp Lock Pin into the PS-A’s Lock Pin Hole.
(4)
Adjust the Lock Pin’s Lock Tab length until it is securely held.
‹Removing the AC Power Cord
(1)
While lifting up on the Lock Pin’s Lock Tab Release, pull the AC Plug, Plug Collar and Cord Clamp
backwards to disconnect it from the PS-A.
(2)
2.3.2
Open the Cord Clamp and remove the AC Power Cord from the Cord Clamp.
Power Supply Cautions
When connecting the PS-A unit’s AC connector, please be aware of the following:
•
If voltage fluctuations are expected to vary
beyond the specified range, connect a constant voltage transformer.
SEE
•
Twisted-pair
cord
PS-A
Constant
voltage
transformer
For information about the
specified voltage, refer to
7.1 General Specifications
(page7-2)
Use a low-noise power supply both between
Twisted-pair
cord
the lines and between the PS-A and its
ground. If there is still excess noise, connect
Insulting
transformer
PS-A
an insulating transformer (noise-prevention
type).
• Be sure any constant or insulating transformer used has a
capacity of 200VA or more.
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•
Wire the power cords of the PS-A, I/O
AC100V
devices, and power supply devices sepaMain
power
source
rately.
PS-A
power
source
I/O
power
source
•
To improve noise immunity, it is recom-
Main power
source
PS-A
I/O
device
PS-A
power source
mended to attach a ferrite core to the power
PS-A
AC200V
cord.
•
Isolate the main circuit (high voltage, large
current) line, I/O signal lines, and power
I/O
power
source
cord, and do not bind or group them
together.
Main circuit
power source
•
I/O
device
I/O
device
Power
device
To prevent damage from lightning, connect
Twisted-pair
cord
a lightning surge absorber.
• Ground the lightning surge
PS-A
AC
FG
absorber (E1) and the PS-A
(E2) separately.
E1
E2
• Select a lightning surge
Lightning surge absorber
absorber which will not exceed
the allowable circuit voltage,
even when the voltage rises to
the maximum.
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2.3.3
Grounding Cautions
(a) Dedicated Ground *1
•
Set up a dedicated ground when using the
rear panel’s FG terminal.
PS-A
Other device
(b) Shared Ground - allowed *1
•
If a dedicated ground is not possible, use a
shared ground, as shown in figure.
•
Inside the PS-A unit, the SG (Signal
PS-A
Other device
PS-A
Other device
Ground) and FG (Frame Ground) terminals
are connected to each other.
(c) Shared ground - not allowed
•
When connecting an external device to PSA with the SG terminal, ensure that no
short-circuit loop is created when you set
up the system.
•
The grounding point must be as close to
the PS-A as possible, and the grounding
wires must be as short as possible. If the
wires must be long, use thick, insulated
wires and run them through conduits.
2.3.4
Cautions When Connecting I/O Signal Lines
•
I/O signal lines must be wired separately from the power circuit cable. If the power circuit cable needs to
be wired together with the input/output (I/O) signal lines for any reason, use shielded cables and ground
one end of the shield to the PS-A’s FG terminal.
•
*1
To improve noise immunity, it is recommended to attach a ferrite core to the power cord.
Use a grounding resistance of 100Ω or less, and a 2 mm2 or thicker wire, or your country’s applicable
standard. For details, contact your local PS-A distributor.
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3
System Setup
1. Setup Procedures
2. System Parameters
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3.1 Setup Procedures
• Normally, use only the factory (default) settings.
• The following settings are those pre-set at the factory.
(1)
Connect a keyboard to the PS-A.
(2)
Turn the PS-A’s power ON.
(3)
After the message "Press <DEL> to Enter SETUP" appears, press the [DEL] key until the following
screen appears.
Phoenix AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility
4Standard CMOS Features
4 Frequency/Voltage Control
4Advanced BIOS Features
Load Fail-Safe Defaults
4Advanced Chipset Features
Load Optimized Defaults
4Integrated Peripherals
Set Supervisor Password
4Power Management Setup
Set User Password
4PnP/PCI Configurations
Save & Exit Setup
4System Monitor Setup
Exit Without Saving
ESC : Quit
F9 : Menu in BIOS
↑↓→←: Select Item
F10 : Save & Exit Setup
Time, Date, Hard Disk Type...
KEYBOARD ACTION KEYS
Provides a summary of the keyboard keys used to carry out the set up.
SYSTEM SETTING SELECTION AREA
Each of the titles (areas) listed here contains system setting items.
(4)
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Use the arrow keys to move the cursor to the desired selection.
Chapter 3 System Setup
3.2 System Parameters
3.2.1
Standard CMOS Features
• Normally, use only the factory (default) settings.
Selecting the STANDARD CMOS FEATURES menu item produces the following screen.
Phoenix AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility
Standard CMOS Features
Date (mm:dd:yy):
Time (hh:mm:ss):
4IDE Primary Master
4IDE Primary Slave
4IDE Secondary Master
4IDE Secondary Slave
Wed,Jun 25 2003
14 : 50 : 3
[None]
[None]
[None]
[None]
Drive A
[1.44M, 3.5 in.]
Video
Halt On
[EGA/VGA]
[All,But Keyboard]
Base Memory
Extended Memory
Total Memory
640K
11366K
114688K
Item Help
Menu Level
4
Change the day, month, year
and century
↑↓→←: Move Enter: Select +/-/PU/PD: Value F10: Save ESC: Exit F1: General Help
F5: Previous Values
F6: Fail-Safe Defaults
F7: Optimized Defaults
„Date (mm:dd:yy)
The PS-A unit’s internal calendar and clock allow you to set the date. The day of the week is automatically
set.
Month: Jan/Feb/Mar/Apr/May/Jun/Jul/Aug/Sep/Oct/Nov/Dec
Day:1 to 31
Year: 1999 to 2099
„Time (hh:mm:ss)
The PS-A unit’s internal clock can be set.The hh/mm/ss (0:0:0) format is factory set prior to shipping.
Hours: 0 to 23
Minutes: 0 to 59
Seconds: 0 to 59
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„IDE Primary (Secondary) Master (Slave)
Displays the name of the IDE type Hard Disk connected to the PS-A. Pressing the [Enter] key will call up the
Parameter settings menu. For details,
SEE
3.2.2 IDE HDD Auto-Detection (page3-5)
„Drive A
This setting determines the format used by the PS-A’s internal floppy disk drive. The available settings are
[None], [360K - 5.25in], [720K - 3.5in], [1.2M - 5.25in], [1.44M - 3.5in], or [2.88M, 3.5in].
The factory setting is [1.44M - 3.5in], and recommended for most users.
„Video
The selections for the screen (video) mode. The available settings are [EGA/VGA], [CGA40], [CGA80] and
[MONO]. The [EGA/VGA] selection is factory set and recommended for most users.
„Halt On
Designates the type of processing that will be performed when an error occurs during the Initial Start-Up’s
Self Test. The [All But Keyboard] selection is factory set and recommended for most users.
[All Errors]
: Displays all errors and stops the unit.
[No Errors]
: Displays all errors and does not stop the unit.
[All,But Keyboard]
: Displays all errors, except for those related to the keyboard, and stops the unit.
[All,But Diskette]
: Displays all errors, except for those related to the disk drive (FDD), and stops the
unit.
[All,But Disk/Key]
: Displays all errors, except for those related to the disk drive (FDD) and keyboard, and then stops the unit.
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3.2.2
IDE HDD Auto-Detection
Selecting either [IDE Primary (Secondary) Master] or [IDE Primary (Secondary) Slave] will call up the following menu. The following example uses the [IDE Primary Master] setting.
Phoenix AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility
IDE Primary Master
IDE HDD Auto-Detection
[Press Enter]
IDE Primary Master
Access Mode
[Auto]
[Auto]
Item Help
Menu Level
44
To auto-detect the HDD’s size,
head... on this channel
Capacity
Cylinder
Head
Precomp
Landing Zone
Sector
↑↓→←: Move Enter: Select +/-/PU/PD: Value F10: Save ESC: Exit F1: General Help
F5: Previous Values
F6: Fail-Safe Defaults
F7: Optimized Defaults
„IDE HDD Auto-Detection
This setting detects the hard disk connected to the IDE interface.
„IDE Primary (Secondary) Master (Slave)
This setting designates the IDE type Hard Disk’s parameter setting method. The available settings are [None],
[Auto], or [Manual]. The factory default setting is [Auto] and is recommended for most users.
„Access Mode
This setting designates the IDE type Hard Disk’s access mode. The available settings are [CHS], [LBA],
[Large], or [Auto]. The factory default setting is [Auto] and is recommended for most users.
„Capacity/Cylinder/Head/Precomp/Landing Zone/Sector
These settings designate individual IDE-type Hard Disk parameter settings. When the [IDE Primary (Secondary) Master (Slave)] setting is set to [Manual], the Access Mode must be [CHS]. When the [IDE Primary
(Secondary) Master (Slave)] setting is set to [Auto], these values are automatically detected. [Capacity] is set
automatically.
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3.2.3
Advanced BIOS Features
Selecting the ADVANCED BIOS FEATURES menu item calls up the following screen.
Phoenix AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility
Advanced BIOS Features
Virus Warning
CPU Internal Cache
External Cache
CPU L2 Cache ECC Checking
Quick Power On Self Test
First Boot Device
Second Boot Device
Third Boot Device
Boot Other Device
Boot Up Floppy Seek
Boot Up NumLock Status
Gate A20 Option
Typematic Rate Setting
x Typematic Rate(Chars/Sec)
x Typematic Delay (Msec)
Security Option
OS Select For DRAM > 64MB
Video Shadow
C8000-CBFFF Shadow
CC000-CFFFF Shadow
D0000-D3FFF Shadow
D4000-D7FFF Shadow
D8000-DBFFF Shadow
DC000-DFFFF Shadow
Small Logo (EPA) Show
[Disabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Floppy]
[HDD-0]
[CDROM]
[Disabled]
[Enabled]
[On]
[Fast]
[Disabled]
[6]
[250]
[Setup]
[Non-OS2]
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
Item Help
Menu Level
4
Allows you to choose
the VIRUS warning
feature for IDE Hard
Disk boot sector
protection. If this
function is enabled
and someone attempts to
write data into this
area, BIOS will show a
warning message on
screen and alarm will beep
↑↓→←: Move Enter: Select +/-/PU/PD: Value F10: Save ESC: Exit F1: General Help
F5: Previous Values
F6: Fail-Safe Defaults
F7: Optimized Defaults
„Virus Warning
This setting determines whether to display a warning when a write to the HDD’s start-up sector is attempted.
The available settings are [Enabled] or [Disabled]. The factory default setting is [Disabled] and is recommended for most users.
„CPU Internal Cache
Designates if CPU L1 Cache Memory usage is enabled or disabled. Selections are [Disabled] and [Enabled].
The factory setting is [Enabled].
„External Cache
Designates if CPU L2 Cache Memory usage is enabled or disabled. Selections are [Disabled] and [Enabled].
The factory setting is [Enabled].
„CPU L2 Cache ECC Checking
Designates if CPU L2 Cache Memory’s ECC check is to be performed or not. Selections are [Disabled] and
[Enabled]. The factory setting is [Enabled].
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„Quick Power On Self Test
This setting determines whether the quick self test is performed when the power is turned on. The available
settings are [Disabled] or [Enabled]. The factory default setting is [Enabled] and is recommended for most
users.
„First/ Second/ Third Boot Device
The selections for the search drive sequence of the operating system. The available settings are [Floppy],
[HDD-0], [SCSI], [CDROM], [HDD-1], [HDD-2], [HDD-3], [USB-FDD], [USB-ZIP], [USB-CDROM],
[USB-HDD], [LAN], and [Disabled]. Factory settings are: First: [Floppy], Second: [HDD-0], Third:
[CDROM].
„Boot Other Device
Designates if a device other than the device designated in the First/Second/Third Boot Device setting will be
used for startup. The available settings are [Disabled] or [Enabled]. The factory default setting is [Disabled].
„Boot Up Floppy Seek
The setting checks whether the floppy disk drive is installed during the system boot-up process.
The available settings are [Disabled] or [Enabled]. The factory default setting is [Enabled] and is recommended for most users.
„Boot Up NumLock Status
This setting specifies the NumLock key status upon the startup. The available settings are [On] and [Off]. The
factory default setting is [On] and is recommended for most users.
„Gate A20 Option
Designates the access speed used when accessing 1MB or more of memory. Select [Fast] (Enables fast memory access - allows chipset to handle Gate A20) or [Normal] (Standard method - Windows compatible PC uses
the keyboard controller for access). The factory setting is [Fast].
„Typematic Rate Setting
The setting specifies the keyboard speed used when repeating characters. The available settings are [Enabled]
and [Disabled]. The factory default setting is [Disabled] and is recommended for most users.
„Typematic Rate (Chars/Sec)
This setting specifies the actual typematic rate (repeated character input per second) when the [Typematic
Rate Setting] option is set to [Enabled]. The settings are used to determine how many repeats are performed in
one second. The factory default setting is [6] and is recommended for most users.
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„Typematic Delay (Msec)
When [Typematic Rate Setting] is set to [Enabled], this setting determines the delay period until the initial
repetition is started. The [250] selection is factory set and is recommended for most users.
„Security Option
This setting designates the area to request a password. If a password needs to be entered, select [Setup] in
BIOS setup, or [System] during system startup. This setting is NOT available if the password is not set in the
[SET SUPERVISOR PASSWORD] or [SET USER PASSWORD] areas. The factory default setting is [Setup]
and is recommended for most users.
[SET SUPERVISOR PASSWORD]
SEE
3.2.13 Set Supervisor Password (page3-23)
[SET USER PASSWORD]
SEE
3.2.14 Set User Password (page3-23)
„OS Select For DRAM > 64MB
The available settings are [Non-OS2] and [OS2]. The factory default setting is [Non-OS2] and is recommended for most users.
„Video BIOS Shadow
Designates if VIDEO BIOS's BIOS is copied from ROM to RAM. The factory setting is [Enabled].
„Small Logo (EPA) Show
Enables/disables the initial display at startup of the EPA logo. The available selections are [Enabled] and [Disabled], [Disabled] is factory set and recommended for most users.
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3.2.4
Advanced Chipset Features
Selecting the ADVANCED CHIPSET FEATURES menu item calls up the following screen.
Phoenix AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility
Advanced Chipest Features
DRAM Timing by SPD
Memory Hole
P2C/C2P Concurrency
System BIOS Cacheable
Video BIOS Cacheable
Frame Buffer Size
AGP-4X Mode
AGP Graphics Aperture Size
AGP Driving Control
OnChip USB
USB Keyboard Support
OnChip Sound
CPU to PCI Write Buffer
PCI Dynamic Bursting
PCI Master O WS Write
PCI Delay Transaction
PCI #2 Access #1 Retry
AGP Master 1 WS Write
AGP Master 1 WS Read
Item Help
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[16M]
[Enabled]
[64MB]
[Auto]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Auto]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
Menu Level
4
↑↓→←: Move Enter: Select +/-/PU/PD: Value F10: Save ESC: Exit F1: General Help
F5: Previous Values
F6: Fail-Safe Defaults
F7: Optimized Defaults
„DRAM Timing by SPD
Designates the DRAM Timing settings manually or automatically (SPD: Serial Presence Detect).
Settings available are [Enabled (automatically)] and [Disabled (manually)], the factory default setting is
[Enabled] and strongly recommended for most users.
„Memory Hole
Reserves memory area for the ISA card and improves performance.
Available selections are [Enabled] and [Disabled]. The factory setting is [Disabled].
„P2C/C2P Concurrency
Allows simultaneous transfer of data from a PCI card to the CPU and from the CPU to the PCI card. Available
selections are [Enabled] and [Disabled]. The factory setting is [Enabled].
„System BIOS Cacheable
Sets whether the System BIOS Cache is used or not. When the OS is set to use this cache, the PS-A unit’s processing speed will increase. Settings available are [Enabled] and [Disabled]. The factory setting is [Disabled]
and is recommended for most users.
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„Video BIOS Cacheable
Sets whether the Video BIOS Cache is used or not. Settings available are [Enabled] and [Disabled]. The factory setting is [Disabled]. When this feature is [Enabled], the BIOS ROM range available for caching is from
C0000h - F7FFFh, which will improve video performance. However, if another program tries to write to this
area of memory, a system error may occur.
„AGP-4X Mode
This feature enables/disables the AGP-4X Mode feature.
The available selections are [Enabled] and [Disabled]. The factory setting is [Enabled].
„AGP Graphics Aperture Size
Designates the address range used for PCI memory addresses allocated to AGP graphic memory. The available settings are [4MB], [8MB], [16MB], [32MB], [64MB], [128MB] or [256MB]. [64MB] is the factory setting.
„AGP Driving Control
Designates if AGP Drive Control is used.
Available selections are [Auto] and [Manual]. The factory setting is [Auto].
„OnChip USB
Designates if the Onchip USB is used.
Available selections are [Enabled] and [Disabled]. The factory setting is [Enabled].
„USB Keyboard Support
Designates if the USB Keyboard is used.
Available selections are [Enabled] and [Disabled]. The factory setting is [Enabled].
„OnChip Sound
Designates if the Onchip Sound is used.
Available selections are [Auto] and [Disabled]. The factory setting is [Auto].
„CPU to PCI Write Buffer
Designates if the Write Buffer between the CPU and the PCI board is to be enabled or not.
Available selections are [Enabled] and [Disabled]. The factory setting is [Enabled].
„ PCI Dynamic Bursting
Selecting [Enabled] temporarily saves data to the PCI Write Buffer. Selecting [Disabled] sends data directly to
the PCI bus. Available selections are [Enabled] and [Disabled]. The factory setting is [Enabled].
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„PCI Master O WS Write
Designates the wait time used when writing data to the PCI board.
Available selections are [Enabled] and [Disabled]. Selecting [Enabled] means there is no wait time.
The factory setting is [Enabled].
„PCI Delay Transaction
Controls the transaction delay function.
Available selections are [Enabled] and [Disabled]. The factory setting is [Disabled].
„PCI #2 Access #1 Retry
During AGP (PCI #2) Master Retry, designates if the AGP is to be disconnected or not.
Available selections are [Enabled] and [Disabled]. The factory setting is [Disabled].
„AGP Master 1 WS Write
Designates the wait time used when writing data to the AGP.
Available selections are [Enabled] and [Disabled]. Selecting [Enabled] means there is no wait time. The factory setting is [Disabled].
„AGP Master 1 WS Read
Designates the wait time used when reading data from the AGP.
Available selections are [Enabled] and [Disabled]. Selecting [Enabled] means there is no wait time. The factory setting is [Disabled].
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3.2.5
Integrated Peripherals
Selecting INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS SETUP menu item Displays the following screen.
Phoenix AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility
Integrated Peripherals
OnChip IDE Channel 0
OnChip IDE Channel 1
IDE Prefetch Mode
Primary Master PIO
Primary Slave PIO
Secondary Master PIO
Secondary Slave PIO
IDE Primary Master UDMA
IDE Primary Slave UDMA
IDE Secondary Master UDMA
IDE Secondary Slave UDMA
Init Display First
Onboard LAN
Onboard CardBus Contoroller
IDE HDD Block Mode
Onboard FDD Controller
Onboard Serial Port 1
Onboard Serial Port 2
Onboard Serial Port 3
Serial Port 3 Use IRQ
Onboard Serial Port 4
Serial Port 4 Use IRQ
Onboard Parallel Port
Parallel Port Use IRQ
Parallel Port Mode
ECP Mode Use DMA
EPP Mode Select
Onboard Legacy Audio
Sound Blaster
SB I/O Base Address
SB IRQ Select
SB DMA Select
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Auto]
[Auto]
[Auto]
[Auto]
[Auto]
[Auto]
[Auto]
[Auto]
[PCI Slot]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[3F8/IRQ4]
[2F8/IRQ3]
[3E8/IRQ11]
[IRQ11]
[2E8/IRQ10]
[IRQ10]
[378/IRQ7]
[IRQ7]
[SPP]
[3]
[EPP1.9]
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
[220H]
[IRQ5]
[DMA0]
Item Help
Menu Level
4
↑↓→←: Move Enter: Select +/-/PU/PD: Value F10: Save ESC: Exit F1: General Help
F5: Previous Values
F6: Fail-Safe Defaults
F7: Optimized Defaults
„OnChip IDE Channel 0
Designates if the Primary IDE Controller is enabled.
Available selections are [Disabled] and [Enabled]. The factory setting is [Enabled].
„OnChip IDE Channel 1
Designates if the Secondary IDE Controller is enabled.
Available selections are [Disabled] and [Enabled]. The factory setting is [Enabled].
„IDE Prefetch Mode
Designates the IDE’s read-priority mode.
Available selections are [Disabled] and [Enabled]. The factory setting is [Enabled].
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„Primary (Secondary) Master (Slave) PIO
Designates the IDE Primary (Secondary) Master (Slave) channel’s PIO data transfer mode.
Available selections are [Auto], [Mode 0], [Mode 1], [Mode 2], [Mode 3] and [Mode 4].
The factory setting is [Auto].
„IDE Primary (Secondary) Master (Slave) UDMA
Designates the IDE Primary (Secondary) Master (Slave) channel’s UDMA data transfer mode.
Available selections are [Disabled] and [Auto]. The factory setting is [Auto].
„Onboard LAN
Disables/enables the LAN connector. The available settings are [Disabled] and [Enabled]. The factory default
setting is [Enabled].
„Onboard CardBus Controller
This setting determines whether to enable the CardBus Controller or not. Settings available are [Disabled] or
[Enabled]. The factory default setting is [Enabled].
„Init Display First
When both a PCI and an AGP display boards are installed, this setting designates which will have first priority. Settings are [PCI slot] or [Onboard/AGP]. The factory default setting is [PCI slot].
„IDE HDD Block Mode
This setting determines whether to enable the Block Mode on the HDD supporting the Block Mode.
The available settings are [Disabled] and [Enabled]. The factory default setting is [Enabled] and is recommended for most users.
„Onboard FDD Controller
Designates whether the PS-A’s FDD (Floppy Disk Drive) controller is enabled or disabled.
Settings available are [Disabled] or [Enabled]. The [Enabled] selection is factory set.
„Onboard Serial Port 1
Designates the PS-A’s Serial Port 1 I/O address and interrupts. The selections include [Disabled], [Auto],
[3F8/IRQ4], [2F8/IRQ3], [3E8/IRQ4] and [2E8/IRQ3]. The [3F8/IRQ4] selection is factory set and recommended for most users.
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„Onboard Serial Port 2
Designates the PS-A’s Serial Port2 I/O address and interrupts. The selections include [Disabled], [Auto], [3F8/
IRQ4], [2F8/IRQ3], [3E8/IRQ4] and [2E8/IRQ3]. The [2F8/IRQ3] selection is factory set and recommended
for most users.
„Onboard Serial Port 3
Designates the I/O address to be used by the Onboard Serial Port 3.
Available selections are [Disabled], [3F8], [2F8], [3E8] and [2E8]. The factory setting is [3E8] and is recommended for normal use.
„Serial Port 3 Use IRQ
Designates the interrupts to be used by the Serial Port 3. The available settings are [Disabled], [IRQ3],
[IRQ4], [IRQ10], or [IRQ11]. The factory default setting is [IRQ11].
„Onboard Serial Port 4
Designates the I/O address to be used by the Onboard Serial Port 4.
Available selections are [Disabled], [3F8], [2F8], [3E8] and [2E8]. The factory setting is [2E8] and is recommended for normal use.
„Serial Port 4 Use IRQ
Designates the interrupts to be used by the Serial Port 4. The available settings are [Disabled], [IRQ3],
[IRQ4], [IRQ10], or [IRQ11]. The factory default setting is [IRQ10].
„Onboard Parallel Port
Selects the PS-A Parallel Port 1’s I/O Address. The selections include [Disabled], [3BC], [378] or [278]. The
[378] selection is factory set and recommended for most users.
„Parallel Port Use IRQ
Designates the interrupts to be used by the Onboard Parallel Port 1. The available settings are [IRQ5] or
[IRQ7]. The factory default setting is [IRQ7].
„Parallel Port Mode
Here, the parallel port’s operation mode can be selected ([SPP], [EPP], [ECP], or [ECP + EPP]). Normally,
[SPP] is used and recommended for most users. When [Disabled] is not selected, the [SPP], [ECP],
[ECP+EPP 1.9]or [ECP+EPP 1.7], [EPP], [EPP 1.7+SPP]or [EPP 1.9+SPP] or [Normal] setting can be used.
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„ECP Mode Use DMA
Designates the ECP mode's DMA channel. [1] and [3] are available selections, however, this item can be set
when the Parallel Port Mode is set to [ECP], [ECP+EPP 1.7]or [ECP+EPP 1.9]. The factory default setting is
[3].
„EPP Mode Select
When [EPP] or [ECP + EPP] mode is selected, this feature allows you to select the EPP mode protocol. [EPP
1.7] or [EPP 1.9] can be selected. The factory default setting is [EPP 1.9].
„Onboard Legacy Audio
Designates if audio features are Sound Blaster Pro compatible.
Available selections are [Disabled] and [Enabled]. The factory setting is [Enabled].
„Sound Blaster
Available selections are [Disabled] and [Enabled].
When [Enabled] is selected, the unit is Sound Blaster Pro compatible.
The factory setting is [Disabled].
„SB I/O Base Address
Designates the Sound Blaster Pro’s I/O address.
Available selections are [220H], [240H], [260H] and [280H]. The factory setting is [220H].
„SB IRQ Select
Designates the Sound Blaster Pro’s IRQ.
Available selections are [IRQ5], [IRQ7], [IRQ9] and [IRQ10]. The factory setting is [IRQ5].
„SB DMA Select
Designates the Sound Blaster Pro’s DMA.
Available selections are [DMA0], [DMA1], [DMA2] and [DMA3]. The factory setting is [DMA0].
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3.2.6
Power Management Setup
Selecting the POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP menu item calls up the following screen.
Phoenix AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility
Power Management Setup
ACPI Function
Power Management
PM Control by APM
Video Off Option
Video Off Method
Wake Up Events
Item Help
[Enabled]
[User Define]
[Yes]
[Suspend->Off]
[DPMS]
[Press Enter]
Menu Level
4
↑↓→←: Move Enter: Select +/-/PU/PD: Value F10: Save ESC: Exit F1: General Help
F5: Previous Values
F6: Fail-Safe Defaults
F7: Optimized Defaults
„ACPI Function
Enables/disables the ACPI feature. Selections are [Enabled] or [Disabled].
[Enabled] is factory set and recommended for most users.
„Power Management
You can choose from three power management options. These are [User Define], [Min Saving] or [Max Saving]. The [User Define] selection is factory set and recommended for most users.
„PM Control by APM
Designates if the "Save Power" function is controlled by the APM.
Available selections are [Yes] and [No]. The factory setting is [Yes].
„Video Off Option
Controls monitor OFF settings. Available selections are [Suspend->Off], [Always On] and [All Modes->Off].
The factory setting is [Suspend->Off].
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„Video Off Method
This setting determines the method to blank the display screen. The available settings are [Blank Screen], [V/
H SYNC+Blank], and [DPMS]. The [Blank Screen] selection blanks the display. The [V/H SYNC+Blank]
blanks the display and also suspends the Vertical/Horizontal synchronization signal of the display. The
[DPMS] selection controls the operation when a CRT that supports DPMS*1 is used. The factory default setting is [DPMS] and is recommended for most users.
„Wake Up Events
Pressing the [Enter] key displays the types of events that can be set to trigger the switch between suspend and
normal modes. Designates the mode switched to for each event.
*1
This standard is approved by the VESA (Video Electronics Standards Association).
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3.2.7
PnP/PCI Configurations
Selecting the PnP/PCI Configuration menu item Displays the following screen.
Phoenix AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility
PnP/PCI Configurations
PNP OS Installed
Reset Configuration Data
[No]
[Disabled]
Resources Controlled By
× IRQ Resources
[Auto(ESCD)]
[Press Enter]
PCI/VGA Palette Snoop
[Disabled]
Item Help
Menu Level
4
Default is Disabled.
Select Enabled to
reset Extended System
configuration Data
ESCD) when you exit
Setup if you have
installed a new add-on
and the system
reconfiguration has
caused such a serious
conflict that the OS
cannot boot
↑↓→←: Move Enter: Select +/-/PU/PD: Value F10: Save ESC: Exit F1: General Help
F5: Previous Values
F6: Fail-Safe Defaults
F7: Optimized Defaults
„PNP OS Installed
Available selections are [Yes] and [No]. Be aware that when [Yes] is selected, a plug-and-play compatible OS
can cause interrupts to be re-allocated. The factory setting is [No] and is recommended for normal use.
„Reset Configuration Data
Designates whether ESCD (Extended System Configuration Data) data should be erased or not. The two
selections available are [Disabled] and [Enabled]. The [Disabled] selection is factory set and recommended
for most users.
„Resources Controlled By
The Plug-and-Play feature allows you to designate whether the allocation of I/O Port, IRQ and DMA
resources is performed automatically or manually. The two selections available are [Manual] or
[Auto(ESCD)]. If [Auto(ESCD)] is selected, the IRQ Resources and DMA Resources selection will be disabled. The [Auto(ESCD)] selection is factory set and recommended for most users.
„IRQ Resources
When resources are controlled using [Manual], manually set each IRQ assignment.
SEE
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„PCI/VGA Palette Snoop
The two selections available are [Disabled] and [Enabled]. The [Disabled] selection is factory set and recommended for most users. However, if a VGA or MPEG board is used, set this to [Enabled]. For setting details,
refer to your VGA or MPEG board’s Installation guide.
3.2.8
IRQ Resources
Selecting IRQ Resources from the PnP/PCI Configuration menu and the following screen will appear.
Phoenix AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility
IRQ Resources
IRQ-3 assigned to
IRQ-4 assigned to
IRQ-5 assigned to
IRQ-7 assigned to
IRQ-9 assigned to
IRQ-10 assigned to
IRQ-11 assigned to
IRQ-12 assigned to
IRQ-14 assigned to
IRQ-15 assigned to
[PCI/ISA PnP]
[PCI/ISA PnP]
[PCI/ISA PnP]
[PCI/ISA PnP]
[PCI/ISA PnP]
[PCI/ISA PnP]
[PCI/ISA PnP]
[PCI/ISA PnP]
[PCI/ISA PnP]
[PCI/ISA PnP]
Item Help
Menu Level
4
Legacy ISA for devices
comPS-Biant with the
original PC AT bus
specification, PCI/ISA
PnP for devices
comPS-Biant with the
PS-Bug and PS-Bay standard
whether designed for
PCI or ISA bus
architecture
↑↓→←: Move Enter: Select +/-/PU/PD: Value F10: Save ESC: Exit F1: General Help
F5: Previous Values
F6: Fail-Safe Defaults
F7: Optimized Defaults
„IRQ-3 (4/5/7/9/10/11/12/14/15) assigned to
This setting determines the type of device assigned to the IRQ. This function is available when the [PnP/ PCI
Configurations] menu’s [Resources Control By] option is set to [Manual].
[PCI Device].. Select to use a PnP-ready PCI card.
The available settings are [PCI Device] and [Legacy ISA].
The initial settings are all [PCI Device].
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3.2.9
System Monitor Setup
Select PC Health Status from the System Monitor Setup and the following screen will appear.
Phoenix AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility
System Monitor Setup
Warning Voltage +3.3V
Warning Voltage +5V
Warning Voltage +12V
Warning Voltage -12V
CPU Fan Speed Limit
System Fan Speed Limit
Power Fan Speed Limit
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
Item Help
Menu Level
4
↑↓→←: Move Enter: Select +/-/PU/PD: Value F10: Save ESC: Exit F1: General Help
F5: Previous Values
F6: Fail-Safe Defaults
F7: Optimized Defaults
„Warning Voltage +3.3V
When enabled, this setting designates that a warning will be issued if the voltage change exceeds +3.3V’s designated range. The available settings are [Enabled] and [Disabled]. The factory default setting is [Disabled].
„Warning Voltage +5V
When enabled, this setting designates that a warning will be issued if the voltage change exceeds +5V’s designated range. The available settings are [Enabled] and [Disabled]. The factory default setting is [Disabled].
„Warning Voltage +12V
When enabled, this setting designates that a warning will be issued if the voltage change exceeds +12V’s designated range. The available settings are [Enabled] and [Disabled]. The factory default setting is [Disabled].
„Warning Voltage -12V
When enabled, this setting designates that a warning will be issued if the voltage change exceeds -12V’s designated range. The available settings are [Enabled] and [Disabled]. The factory default setting is [Disabled].
„CPU Fan Speed Limit
When enabled, this setting designates the allowed speed range reductions allowed for CPU FAN. The available settings are [Enabled] and [Disabled]. The factory default setting is [Disabled].
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„System Fan Speed Limit
If the system fan’s RPM level falls below the set value, this feature, as part of system monitoring, issues a
warning. The available settings are [Enabled] and [Disabled]. The factory default setting is [Disabled].
„Power Fan Speed Limit
When enabled, this setting designates the allowed speed range reductions allowed for Power FAN. The available settings are [Enabled] and [Disabled]. The factory default setting is [Disabled].
3.2.10
Frequency/Voltage Control
Selecting the Frequency/Voltage Control menu item produces the following screen.
Phoenix AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility
Frequency/Voltage Control
Auto Detect DIMM/PCI Clk
Spread Spectrum
Item Help
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
Menu Level
4
To auto-detect the HDD's size,
head... on this channel
↑↓→←: Move Enter: Select +/-/PU/PD: Value F10: Save ESC: Exit F1: General Help
F5: Previous Values
F6: Fail-Safe Defaults
F7: Optimized Defaults
„Auto Detect DIMM/PCI Clk
This setting designates the auto detect of the DIMM/PCI clock. The available settings are [Enabled] and [Disabled]. The factory default setting is [Enabled] and strongly recommended for users.
„Spread Spectrum
This setting allows you to set the CPU Clock generator’s spread Spectrum. The available settings are
[Enabled] and [Disabled]. The factory default setting is [Disabled] and strongly recommended for users.
3.2.11
Load Fail-Safe Defaults
When the Menu screen’s [Load Fail-Safe Defaults] is selected, you are able to designate if the minimum number of System Settings is loaded in or not. The selections are [Y] and [N].
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3.2.12
Load Optimized Defaults
Selecting [Load Optimized Defaults] designates whether or not you will revert to the PS-A unit’s factory settings. The selections are [Y] and [N].
• When the PS-A unit uses its factory settings, the USB interface cannot be used.
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3.2.13
Set Supervisor Password
This password is used to change system information settings. It is designed to prevent unapproved users from
changing the system information settings. Entering up to 8 characters here will overwrite the current password.
When you wish to have no password, click on the [Enter] key. Next, the words “PASSWORD DISABLE” will
appear, providing confirmation that the Password is no longer set.
When password input is required, use the [Advanced BIOS Features] area’s [Security Option] feature to enter
the password.
SEE
3.2.14
3.2.3 Advanced BIOS Features (page3-6)
Set User Password
This password is used to view system information settings. It is designed to prevent unapproved users from
viewing the system information settings. Entering up to 8 characters here will overwrite the current password.
When you wish to have no password, click on the [Enter] key. Next, the words “PASSWORD DISABLE” will
appear, providing confirmation that the Password is no longer set.
When password input is required, use the [Advanced BIOS Features] area's [Security Option] feature to enter
the password.
SEE
3.2.3 Advanced BIOS Features (page3-6)
• When using either [Set Supervisor Password] or [Set User Password], you can
easily view and change system settings.
• When using BOTH the [Set Supervisor Password] and [Set User Password] features, [Set User Password] will allow you to only view system data, not change it.
3.2.15
Save & Exit Setup
This feature saves the settings entered in the Setup Utility and restarts the PS-A unit.
3.2.16
Exit Without Saving
This feature quits the Setup Utility program without saving any settings entered.
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4
Setting up
Your PS-A Unit
1. CD-ROM Contents
2. Setting Up Your PS-A Unit
3. Installing Drivers
4. Special Application Program Features
5. When Using Windows®2000/Windows®XP
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4.1 CD-ROM Contents
4.1.1
Software
This section explains the organization of the software included in the accessory CD-ROM.
PS370XA-E66 User Manual & Driver CD
[Driver]
[4 in 1]
4 in 1 Driver
<Supported OS types>
Windows®2000
Windows®XP
[Audio]
Audio Driver
<Supported OS types>
Windows®2000
Windows®XP
[Display]
Display Driver
<Supported OS types>
Windows®2000
Windows®XP
[USB]
USB 1.1 Driver
<Supported OS types>
Windows®2000
Windows®XP
[Manual]
<User Manual>
[Eng]
PDF Manual (English Version)
[Jpn]
PDF Manual (Japanese Version)
[Reader]
<PDF Reader>
[Eng] ar505enu.exe
Acrobat® Reader (English Version)
[Jpn] ar505jpn.exe
Acrobat® Reader (Japanese Version)
[Utility]
<PS-A Utility Tools>
[Shutdown]
Remote Shutdown Installer
[RASSvr]
Remote RAS Server for PC Installer
<Supported OS types>
[Win2000]
Utility Setup
Windows®2000
[Disk1]
Setup.exe
Windows®XP
[WinXP]
[Disk1]
Setup.exe
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4.2 Setting Up Your PS-A Unit
There are two types of PS-A units. One has a hard disk with no pre-installed OS and one has a hard disk with
a pre-installed OS. Therefore, the setup procedures used will differ. This manual describes only the procedures for setting up a PS-A unit using a hard disk with no pre-installed OS. For an explanation of how to set
up a PS-A using a hard disk with a pre-installed OS, refer to the “Pre-installed Type Installation Guide”, provided with the HDD unit.
4.2.1
Setup Procedures
First, you will need to install either Windows®2000 or Windows®XP. You also need to install any required
utility software.
„Installing the HDD Unit
Check to see if a hard disk unit is installed in your PS-A unit. If it is not, please install one prior to going to the
next step.
SEE
PSA-HD20 Installation guide
„Setting Up HDD Unit System Information
After you install your HDD unit, you will need set up a variety of system information. Set up this information
so that the system recognizes the newly-installed hard disk drive.
SEE
PSA-HD20 Installation guide
„Setting Up the OS
Install your operating system. For detailed setup procedures, refer to that product's installation manual.
• The PS-A unit supports the following two OS. PS-A unit performance cannot be
guaranteed when any other operating system is used.
Windows® 2000 Service Pack 4
Windows® XP Service Pack 1/Service Pack 2
„PS-A Utility Setup
Install the necessary drivers and utility software from the “PS370XA-E66 User Manual & Driver CD”.
• A PS/2 (mini-DIN) type keyboard or a USB keyborad is required to install the OS.
• When using a touch panel display with the PS-A, the touch panel will require an optional mouse
emulator (PL-TD000). Before installing the mouse emulator, be sure to specify the Touch
Panel’s Communication Changeover SW settings. Please refer to 1.4.1 RS-232C Interface
(COM1/COM2/COM3/COM4) ‹ Switches. After specifying the switch either COM4 or USB,
install the mouse emulator.
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‹ Installing Software from the PS370XA-E66 User Manual & Driver CD-ROM
To begin the installation, click on the “Setup.exe” file in your OS’ folder.
Example) With Windows®XP
D:\Utility\WinXP\Disk1\Setup.exe (When the CD-ROM drive is “D”)
For Windows®2000, this will be “Win2000”.
‹ PS-A Hard Disk Data
Setting up the PS-A unit’s utilities will create a [Proface] folder on the C drive. The following diagram
describes the configuration of this folder. (For all Windows® versions)
[Proface]
[4 in 1]
4 in 1 Driver
(including Chipset, AGP, PCI IRQ Miniport, ATAPI drivers)
[Audio]
Audio Driver
[Blsaver]
Backlight Control Screen Saver
[Disp]
Backlight Control Console Application
[Display]
Graphic Accelerator Driver
[Keyclick]
Keyboard Emulation Application
[PsaApi]
API-DLL
[Shutdown]
[Client]
Remote Shutdown Client
[Sysmon]
System Monitor/RAS Application
[USB]
USB 1.1 Driver
• The actual organization may differ depending on your PS-A unit’s OS.
• Setting up the PS-A unit’s utilities automatically copies the hardware control driver (Psamon.sys,
Blctrl.sys) to the system folder.
4.2.2
Setting Up an HDD with Pre-installed OS
Use the following steps to set up your PS-A unit’s HDD unit, which contains the Windows®2000 operating
system, related drivers and utility software.
• Each pre-installed operating system is designed specially for the PS3700A-T41-ASU-E66 unit.
• “Service Pack 4” is included in the Windows®2000 HDD unit.
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„Installing the HDD Unit
After opening the PS-A unit’s packing box, check that a hard disk unit is installed. If it is not, you will need to
install it.
SEE
Pre-installed HDD Unit Installation Guide
„Setting Up the PS-A Unit’s System Information
If your PS-A unit does not have a pre-installed HDD, you will need to install an HDD unit and then configure
that drive’s system information. Be sure to check that the system successfully recognizes the drive.
SEE
Pre-installed HDD Unit Installation Guide
„Setting Up an HDD with Pre-installed OS
Follow the setup procedures given in the Pre-installed Type HDD Unit Installation Guide.
‹ PS-A Hard Disk Data
Setting up the PS-A unit’s utilities will create a [Proface] folder on the C drive. The following diagram
describes the configuration of this folder. (For all Windows® versions)
[Proface]
[4 in 1]
4 in 1 Driver
[Audio]
Audio Driver
[Blsaver]
Backlight Control Screen Saver
[Disp]
Backlight Control Console Application
[Display]
Graphic Accelerator Driver
[Keyclick]
Keyboard Emulation Application
[PsaApi]
API-DLL
[Setup]
CD Image
[Shutdown]
[Client]
Remote Shutdown Client
[Sysmon]
System Monitor/RAS Application
[USB]
USB 1.1 Driver
• The actual organization may differ depending on your PS-A unit’s OS.
• Setting up the PS-A unit’s utilities automatically copies the hardware control driver (Psamon.sys,
Blctrl.sys) to the system folder.
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4.3 Installing Drivers
Four types of dedicated PS-A drivers (4 in 1, Audio, graphic accelerator, and USB 1.1) are available.
Install the required drivers from this data when using a PS-A with no pre-installed OS (A PS-A unit that has
been recovered using the Recovery CD-ROM will have all the required drivers installed). This explanation
given in this section assume that the [Proface] folder has been created.
• Once drivers are installed in the PS-A unit, they cannot be uninstalled.
„Installing the 4 in 1 Driver
Installing the 4 in 1 driver makes the followings installed; Chipset, AGP, Miniport and ATAPI.
(1)
Double-click on the “VIAHyperion4in1448v.exe” file located in the following folder. Follow the
instructions given to install the driver.
C:\Proface\4in1\VIAHyperion4in1448v.exe
„Installing the Audio Driver
Installing the Audio driver enables the OS’Audio feature.
(1)
Double-click on the “Setup.exe” file located in the following folder. Follow the instructions given to
install the driver.
C:\Proface\Audio\Setup.exe
„Installing the Graphic Accelerator Driver
Installing the Graphic Accelerator Driver will accelerate the screen refresh speed, using special hardware features.
(1)
Start “C:\Proface\Display\Setup.exe” file.
(2)
Select [Next]-[Yes]-[Exit], and then restart the system to complete the installation.
„USB 1.1 Driver Installation
This section describes how to install a USB 1.1 driver into your PS-A unit. Doing so ensures that both bottomface USB connectors (2 ports) and front-face USB connector (1 port) operate as a USB 1.1 port.
(1)
Double-click on the “Setup.exe” file located in the following folder. Follow the instructions given to
install the driver.
C:\Proface\USB\Setup.exe
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4.4 Special Application Program Features
The special programs designed for the PS-A unit are located in the following folders.
Windows®XP
File Name
Windows®2000
PSA_RAS.DLL
PSA_DLL.DLL
PSA_IOC.DLL
PSA_BLC.DLL
C:\Windows\System32
C:\Winnt\System32
Backlight Control.scr
Bl Bright.cpl
Disp.exe
C:\Proface\Disp
Keyclick.exe
C:\Proface\Keyclick
PSA_Smon.exe
C:\Proface\Sysmon
PSA_Wps.exe
C:\Proface\Sysmon
Psamon.sys
C:\Windows\
System32\Drivers
Blctrl.sys
C:\Winnt\System32\
Drivers
„API-DLL
These dynamic link libraries allow users to access RAS features via custom-made applications. The following
four types are available.
‹ Shared Memory Access: PSA_RAS.DLL
This dynamic link library allows users to access shared memory via remote RAS features.
SEE
For details, refer to the API Reference Manual.
‹ System Monitoring: PSA_DLL.DLL
This dynamic link library allows users to access the PS-A unit’s system monitor feature.
‹ RAS Features: PSA_IOC.DLL
This dynamic link library allows users to access RAS features via custom-made PS-A applications.
SEE
For details, refer to the API Reference Manual.
‹ Backlight Control API-DLL file (PSA_BLC.DLL)
This API-DLL file provides a dynamic library that allows User-created applications to utilize the PS-A backlight control feature. This file must be installed into the same directory as the User’s application.
SEE
For details, refer to the API Reference Manual.
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„System Monitoring/RAS Applications: PSA_Smon.exe/PSA_Wps.exe
The RAS and System Monitoring features allow users to monitor temperature voltage, and fan operation
alarms. This program runs on Windows®.
‹ System Monitoring Program: PSA_Smon.exe
SEE
5.2.3 System Monitoring Operation (PSA_Smon.exe) (page5-9)
‹ Watchdog Parameter Setup Program: PSA_Wps.exe
SEE
5.2.2 System Monitoring Property Settings (PSA_Wps.exe) (page5-7)
„System File: Psamon.sys
This system file allows use of the RAS and System Monitoring features. This file should not be modified. If it
is modified, the RAS and System Monitoring features may not operate correctly.
„Backlight OFF Screen Saver (Backlight Control.scr)
This software is used to turn OFF the PS-A’s backlight after a specified period of inactivity. The use of this
feature will help to extend the life of the PS-A’s backlight.
• Certain application programs may not allow the PS-A’s backlight to turn OFF. Please test each
program individually to check if the screen saver will operate correctly.
„Screen Display ON/OFF Utility (DISP.EXE)
This command line utility is used to turn OFF both the PS-A’s backlight and display.
Settings Used
DISP [ON/OFF]
Option Switch
ON: Displayed / OFF: Not Displayed
Return Value
0: Completed Normally / -1: Option Switch Error
• If your application requires that the OS continuously turn the Windows® backlight
display ON and OFF, be sure to use the backlight control dll, PSA_BLC.DLL.
„Keyboard Emulator (Keyclick.exe)
This program allows the User’s mouse operation to perform keyboard-like data input.
• Certain application programs do not support this keyboard emulator. Please test each application
individually to check if the keyboard emulator will operate correctly.
• This application cannot be used to enter Windows® startup screen User Name and Password
information.
• To change the Keyclick program’s font size a keyboard is required.
• For details concerning the Keyclick program’s operation, simply click on the HELP button to
call up the program’s online help data.
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„ Backlight Brightness Adjustment (Bl Bright.cpl)
Backlight brightness can be set to one of four levels: Level 0, Level 1, Level 2 or Level 3.
Brightness level 0: Very dark
Brightness level 1: Somewhat dark
Brightness level 2: Somewhat bright
Brightness level 3: Very bright
To use this program, click the [Control Panel]’s [Backlight Brightness] icon.
4.4.1
Uninstalling Utility Software
Utility programs can be uninstalled using the following procedure.
(1)
Click on the [Control Panel] icon.
(2)
Click on the [Add/Remove Programs] icon and from the list of installed programs that appears, select
[PS370XA-E66 Driver and Utility] and click [Add/Remove].
• Once drivers are installed in the PS-A unit, they cannot be uninstalled.
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4.5 When Using Windows®2000/Windows®XP
4.5.1
Automatic System Log-on Setup
This setting allows users to simplify password entry at startup.
„ Windows®2000
(1)
Double-click on the [Control Panel]’s [User and Password] icon.
(2)
Designate the automatic logon user, and deselect the [User must enter the user name and password to use
this computer] checkbox.
(3)
Click on the [Advanced] tab, and deselect the [Require users to press Ctrl +Alt + Del keys before logging on] checkbox.
(4)
Click the [Apply] button. Next, when the automatic logon dialog box appears, enter the password.
„Windows®XP
(1)
Select [Run] from the [Start] menu.
(2)
Enter “Control userpasswords2”, and click [OK].
(3)
Deselect the [User must enter the user name and password to use this computer] checkbox and click
[Apply].
(4)
Enter the user name and password for automatic logon and click [OK].
• A password must be assigned for user to perform automatic logon.
• If automatic logon is not used, a PS/2 (mini-DIN) type keyboard is required to logon.
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4.5.2
Uninterrupted Power Supply System (UPS)
Be sure to shut down your OS before turning off your machine. Also, use of an uninterrupted power supply is
recommended to protect your data from accidental power failures.
An uninterrupted power supply will give you sufficient time to shut down your system safely in case of a
power failure, and can even be set up to automatically shut down your Windows® OS.
The PS-A unit, however, cannot be used with a 2-Step Inverter Output type uninterrupted power supply. Be
sure the unit is a sine-output type power supply. For details, consult your local UPS system dealer.
4.5.3
Changing System Settings
Your Windows® system’s configuration settings will need to be changed when the PS-A unit is connected to a
LAN network or printer.
‹ Changing the System Configuration Settings
When the Windows® system configuration settings are changed, the following message appears. Enter the
name of the folder where you will save the configuration changes and click [OK].
•
Insert the CD labeled “Windows® xx*1 Professional CD-ROM” in the CD-ROM drive
(D: ), and click [OK].
•
When copying the file from other locations such as a floppy disk or network server, also
click the [OK] button.
•
When Your PS-A has No Preinstalled OS
Double-click the [I386] folder in the Windows® CD-ROM.
D:\I386 (When the CD-ROM drive is "D")
•
When Your PS-A has a Preinstalled OS
C:\Proface\Setup\I386
4.5.4
NTFS File System Conversion
If your PS-A unit has a pre-installed OS, or if your OS is formatted with the Windows® DOS-compatible file
system (FAT32), it can be converted to the NTFS file system.
To convert to the NTFS file system, start up Windows® and use the following command.
convert X: /fs:ntfs (Replace “X” with your drive name.)
• Once the file system is converted to the NTFS file system, it cannot be converted back to the
Windows® DOS-compatible file system (FAT32).
*1
“xx” is your OS.
Example) When using Windows®XP: “Windows®XP Professional CD-ROM”
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Monitoring
Features
1. RAS Features
2. System Monitor/RAS Features
3. Error Displays When Using Event Viewer
4. Remote RAS
5. Remote Shutdown Feature
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5.1 RAS Features
5.1.1
PS-A RAS Features
RAS (Reliability, Availability, Serviceability) features include a variety of useful system performance monitoring features, with the main feature being device monitoring. These features are designed to improve overall
system reliability.
„Types of Monitoring
The PS-A unit supports the following Alarm Monitoring features.
Power Voltage Alarm
Cooling Fan RPM Alarm
Error Monitoring
Watchdog Timer Timeup
Touch Panel Alarm
Backlight Alarm
SMART Alarm
„Alarm Processing
The PS-A provides the following alarm processing (processing or external output signals) in response to the
previous page's alarms, or to external signal input.
Types of Processing
LED Indicator (2 colors, 1 lamp)
Pop-up Message Output
Buzzer Output
System Shutdown
System Reset
„ System Monitor
The System Monitor feature (software utilities) allows users to enable or disable the monitoring of any of the
above monitoring items, as well as to individually set alarm processing settings.
SEE
5.2 System Monitor/RAS Features (page5-6)
In addition, System Monitor includes a dynamic link library (API-DLL) feature that gives other applications
access to RAS features.
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5.1.2
RAS Feature Details
„Error Monitoring
‹ Power Voltage Alarm
Monitors the status of the PS-A unit’s built-in power supply and internal CPU power supply.
‹ Cooling Fan Rotation Alarm
Monitors the power-supply and CPU cooling fan RPM speeds.
‹ Watchdog Timer Timeup
This feature monitors the performance of the CPU by writing the CPU’s time-up count value to the RAS feature's built-in programmable timer and by periodically clearing the count value from the CPU. Errors are
detected when the clearing of the count value from the CPU stops, which will cause a timer overflow.
Use the System Monitor Property area to set the Watchdog Timer Timeup ON or OFF, and enter detailed error
processing settings.
‹ Touch Panel Alarm
Detects Touch Panel alarms. When an alarm occurs, the LED will turn orange.
‹ Backlight Runout Error
Detects Backlight Runout Errors. When an alarm occurs, the LED will flash orange/red.
‹ SMART Alarm
Monitors the status of the hard disk. Detects a warning of trouble of the hard disk.
• Administrator Authentication is required for executing SMART Monitoring.
• A CF card doesn't support SMART and therefore the status of the CF card cannot
be monitored.
• When a hard disk except options made by Pro-face is used, operation of SMART
Monitoring cannot be guaranteed.
• The SMART Monitor can be performed for the hard disk connected to the IDE
only. The state of the hard disk connected via a USB or a SCSI cannot be monitored.
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„Types of Processing
Detects Backlight alarms. When an alarm occurs, the LED will flash orange/red.
‹ LED Indicator
The three-color LED is used to indicate PS-A system conditions. It is also used as a power ON/OFF indicator.
The LED is located on the front face of the PS-A unit.
LED Color
Green (Lit)
Orange (Lit)
Orange/Red (Lit)
System Status
Output Created
Normal Operation (Power ON)
None
A RAS alarm has occurred.
LED is enabled via System Monitor Property.
Touch Panel Self-Test Error
None
Backlight is not functioning.
None
• Immediately after the PS-A unit's power is turned ON, if the orange LED lights, a Touch Panel
Self-Test Error may have occurred.
‹ Pop-up Message Output
This feature displays system status via a Windows® pop-up message.
System Monitor Property is used to enable or disable this feature.
‹ Buzzer Output
This feature uses the PS-A unit’s built-in speaker to alert the operator about PS-A system status.
System Monitor Property is used to enable or disable this feature.
‹ System Shutdown
This feature shuts down the PS-A unit’s OS.
System Monitor Property is used to enable or disable this feature.
‹ System Reset
This feature resets the system when the Watchdog Timer reaches “time up”.
System Monitor Property is used to enable or disable this feature.
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RAS Feature Overview
System Monitor
*1
BIOS Setup
System Properties
Voltage, Fan RPM,
Detection Settings
Enable/Disable
Power Alarm, Fan Alarm,
Output Settings,
BIOS
Watchdog Timer Value Settings,
Watchdog Reset Enable/Disable
System Alarm
Data
*1
*2
Popup
Message
*2
OS Shutdown
User
Application
System Monitoring Application
Driver or API-DLL
WDT Reset
Mask Settings
5.1.3
Watchdog
Timer
Reset Control
*2
*2
Hardware
Reset
LED
Buzzer
Green: Power ON
Orange: RAS Error
Touch Panel Self-Test Error
Orange/Red: Backlight Error
Hardware
*1
SEE
*2
Be sure to adjust these settings according to your system’s specifications.
5.2 System Monitor/RAS Features (page5-6)
Output via the RAS feature.
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5.2 System Monitor/RAS Features
5.2.1
Setup Procedures
Follow the steps below to enable the System Monitor/RAS features.
„Via System Monitor Setup Screen
Use the [System Monitor Setup] menu’s System Setup screen to enable or disable monitoring features.
SEE
3.2.9 System Monitor Setup (page3-20)
Phoenix AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility
System Monitor Setup
Warning Voltage +3.3V
Warning Voltage +5V
Warning Voltage +12V
Warning Voltage -12V
CPU Fan Speed Limit
System Fan Speed Limit
Power Fan Speed Limit
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
Item Help
Menu Level
4
↑↓→←: Move Enter: Select +/-/PU/PD: Value F10: Save ESC: Exit F1: General Help
F5: Previous Values F6:Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults
„Via Applications
Start the PS-A unit’s OS and start up the System Monitor Property using the [Start] → [Programs] → [System
Monitor] → [System Monitor Property] commands. Next, set the processing to be performed when a System
Monitor/RAS event occurs.
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System status can be monitored at any time via the System Monitor. Select [Start] → [Programs] → [System
Monitor]
• Administrator Authentication is required for executing SMART Monitoring. When
a user who does not have the administrator authentication logs in, nothing is displayed in the item of SMART.
5.2.2
System Monitoring Property Settings (PSA_Wps.exe)
The System Monitor Property screen allows you to configure the operating settings that are activated when
system conditions exceed the allowable range (when an error occurs) of each monitoring device specified on
the [System Monitor Setup] menu on the System Setup screen.
The following table lists the operating settings that can be configured for each feature.
O: Setting available X: Setting not available
Operation
Buzzer
Popup
Message
OS
Shutdown
OS
Reset
LED
Watchdog Timer
O
O
O
O
O
Voltage
O
O
O
X
O
Fan
O
O
O
X
O
Backlight
O
O
X
X
O
SMART
O
O
X
X
O
Feature
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The following table lists the description of each operation.
Item
Operation
Buzzer
Sounds a beep as an alarm. (Cannot be set up when a checkmark is put to
the "OS Shutdown" checkbox.
Pop-up Message
Displays error messages as pop-up messages. (The messages pop up on
the screen.)
OS Shutdown
Shuts down the operating system.
OS Reset
Restarts the operating system.
Enable
Select or deselect this option to enable or disable each setting of the monitoring feature.
LED
The front orange LED lights
The following is the overview of the System Monitor Property setting screen.
Set the timer
Enable of disable the
feature.
Specify the operation to
be performed when the
condition exceeds the
allowable range.
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Enter the message to be
displayed as a pop-up
message.
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5.2.3
System Monitoring Operation (PSA_Smon.exe)
The System Monitor screen will not be displayed immediately after the System Monitor is started, instead, the
icon will be stored in the System Tray.
When and error is detected, the “Operations (buzzer, pop-up message output, etc.)” set on the System Monitor
Property are performed, and then an “X” mark appears on the icon on the System Tray, which indicates an
error status. When the icon on the System Tray changes as illustrated below, double-click on the icon to
review the description of the error condition.
Icon display upon
start-ups
Icon display when an
error is detected.
The following is the System Monitor screen.
System Monitor Screen
• As for Device No. of SMART, [0] means Master and [1] means Slave.
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The [Buzzer Off], [Reset], [Minimize], [Close] buttons are located at the bottom of the System Monitor
screen. The following table lists the features of the buttons.
Button
Operation
Buzzer Off
Stops the buzzer sounds at normal operations.
Reset
Clears the error condition held at normal operations and inside the
System Monitor.
Minimize
Minimize the System Monitor into the icon display.
Close
Closes the System Monitor.
The System Monitor screen displays whether the each parameter of “FAN/VOLTAGE/SMART” is disabled or
in normal/abnormal condition. The following table lists the status to be displayed.
Display
Meaning
No Error
Normal
Error
Abnormal
Disable
Monitoring disabled
Not Support
Not support
• [Not Support] is displayed when a device like a CF card, which does not support SMART, is
detected.
The system performs the Error Action set in the System Monitor Property when an error condition is detected
with each monitoring item.
SEE
5.2.2 System Monitoring Property Settings (PSA_Wps.exe) (page5-7)
The Error Action is performed only one time when an error is detected for each monitoring item.
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For example, look at the “+3.3 V” and “+5.0 V” options in the Voltage field. When the pop-up message feature for monitoring the voltage status is enabled, the pop-up message “+3.3 V Power Supply Error” appears
on the screen when the +3.3 V power supply error occurs. Press the [OK] button on the dialog box to hide the
message. The “+3.3 V Power Supply Error” will not appear even when a +3.3 V power supply error occurs
again. However, when a +5.0 V power supply error occurs, the pop-up message “+5.0 Power Supply Error”
appears on the screen. The pop-up message displays the monitored item and error description. When the
buzzer feature is enabled, press the [Buzzer Off] button on the pop-up message to stop the buzzer sound. Press
the [OK] button to close the pop-up message.
Output Screen of Pop-up Message
When “OS Shutdown” is enabled, the system automatically enters the shutdown operation without prompting
the confirmation message for the user. To display the System Monitor screen for reviewing the current condition, double-click on the icon on the System Tray.
When the buzzer sounds as an Error Action, the System Monitor screen displays the [Buzzer Off] button that
is hidden under normal conditions. When a pop-up message window is displayed, the [Buzzer Off] button
appears on the window.
• Once an error is detected, the System Monitor holds the “error” status. (Displays
the icon indicating the error status.) To recover from the error status, press the
[Reset] button on the System Monitor screen, of turn off the PS-A, perform maintenance service for removing the cause of the error, and then turn on the power
again.
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5.2.4
Error Messages
This section describes the error message and closing messages displayed on the System Monitor and System
Monitor Property screens.
„System Monitor
‹ Error Pop-up Message
When an error occurs while the “Popup Message” option is enabled for Error Action, the following messages
appears on the pop-up screen output screen under the factory-configured settings.
Error-generating Item
Message
+3.3V Voltage
"+3.3V Power Supply Error"
+5.0V Voltage
"+5V Power Supply Error"
+12V Voltage
"+12V Power Supply Error"
-12V Voltage
"-12V Power Supply Error"
Power FAN
"Power FAN Error"
CPU FAN
"CPU FAN Error"
System FAN
"System FAN Error"
Watch dog
"Watch Dog Timer Error"
Backlight
"Backlight Error"
SMART
“SMART Error”
• The messages displayed on the pop-up message output screen can be modified on the System
Monitor Property screen.
‹ Driver Non-Operation Error
“The System Monitor driver not found.”
“Install the latest driver.”
‹ Driver Version Error
“The old System Monitor driver version.”
“Update the driver.”
‹ Overlapped Startup Message
“System Monitor has started.”
“Terminate the System Monitor in starting.”
‹ Closing Confirmation Message
“The System Monitor is terminated.”
“Are you sure?”
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„System Monitor Property
‹ Overlapped Startup Message
“System Monitor property has started.”
“Terminate the System Monitor Property.”
‹ Closing Confirmation Message
“Save Changes to the registry?”
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5.3 Error Displays When Using Event Viewer
Error type/location and error actions are recorded as error events in the System Log. Error event information
can be checked using the Event Viewer.
• This feature can be used with Windows® 2000, Windows® XP.
5.3.1
Error Message Display
(1)
Start the [Control Panel]->[Administrative Tools]->[Event Viewer], and select [System Log].
(2)
Select the System Monitor’s error and click the [Properties] icon. When the [Event Properties] dialog
box appears, the error message will appear in the [Description] area.
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5.3.2
Error Type/Location
The error types/locations shown by the Event Viewer are as follows.
Error Type/Location
5.3.3
Error Message
+3.3V
+3.3V Error has occurred.
+5.0V
+5.0V Error has occurred.
+12V
+12V Error has occurred.
-12V
-12V Error has occurred.
CPU FAN
CPU FAN Error has occurred.
Power FAN
Power FAN Error has occurred.
System FAN
System FAN Error has occurred.
Watch Dog Timer
Watch Dog Timer Error has occurred.
Backlight
Backlight Error has occurred.
SMART
SMART Error has occurred. Attribute (No.) (Attribute Name)
Device (No.) (HD Model).
The descriptions in the parentheses vary depending on details
of occurring errors and the device having errors occur (0:Master, 1:Slave).
Error Action
Using the Event Viewer the following actions can be taken when an error occurs.
• The data shown in the table’s “†” indicate the error type/location.
• The actions to take after an error occurs are set via the System Monitor Property screen.
Error Action
Error Message
Buzzer
Buzzer has sounded because of †† error.
Popup Message
Popup Message has been shown because of †† error.
OS Shutdown
Window has been shut down because of †† error.
LED
LED has changed to orange because of †† error.
When a”+3.3V” error occurs and the buzzer sounds, two errors will be displayed, “+3.3V Error has occurred.”
and “Buzzer has sounded because of +3.3V error”.
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5.4 Remote RAS
The Remote RAS feature uses the Pro-face’s Pro-Server with Pro-Studio (optional) installed in the host PC to
monitor and control the System Monitor/RAS feature of the PS-A.
Pro-Server with Pro-Studio Ver.3.12 of higher is required to use the Remote RAS feature. When using this
feature, refer to the installation guides provided with the Pro-Server as well as this manual.
5.4.1
System Configuration
The system employing this feature is configured as illustrated below.
Server PC
User Application
Two-way feature
Pro-Server with Pro-Studio Ver.3.12 or higher
Remote RAS Server Program (PSA_RAS.npj)
Ethernet
Client PS-A
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• PSA_Smon.exe
• PSA_Wps.exe
• PSA_Ioc.dll
• PSA_DLL.dll
• PSA_Ras.dll
• PSA_Blc.dll
• Psamon.sys
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5.4.2
Installation Procedures
On the server PC, start up the “Setup.exe” file in the [RASSvr] folder on the accessory CD-ROM, and then
install the program by following the instructions on the screen.
5.4.3
Setup and Preparation of the Remote RAS Feature
In order to monitor the System Monitor/RAS features from the server PC, you are required to set up the
Remote RAS feature and start up the System Monitor (PSA_Smon.exe).
„Setting Up the Client PS-A
(1)
Select [Start] → [Programs] → [System Monitor] → [System Monitor Property] commands to start the
System Monitor Property.
(2)
On the [Remote RAS] tab, put a check mark to the [Enable] checkbox.
Put check marks
on the items you
want to monitor.
IP Address used to
connect with
Pro-Server*1
This feature designates that the PS-A
will communicate
only with the server
at the specified IP
address.
Specify the IP
address of the
server you want to
communicate with.
The Remote RAS feature is now enabled.
• In order to actually activate the Remote RAS feature, you are required to start up the System
Monitor (PSA_Smon.exe) within the PS-A.
*1
When allocating 2 or more IP Addresses to the PS-A unit, [Auto] cannot be selected. Enter settings that
allow the reading of a fixed IP Address from a DHCP server. For details, contact your company’s network administrator.
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„Setting Up the Server PC
(1)
Start up the Pro-Studio.
(2)
Register the PS-A you want to include in the network to the network station, and edit the participant stations.
SEE
Pro-Server with Pro-Studio for Windows Operation Manual
• When using the Pro-studio’s [Find Stations] command to register the PS-A to the network station, the System Monitor should be activated with the Remote RAS feature enabled in the PS-A.
(3)
Select [PL, PS-A, PS-B] for the PLC type on the network station editing.
(4)
When registering the symbol, refer to the List of Device Address for the symbol that can be registered.
• You are not required to transfer the network project file created with the Pro-Studio to the client
PS-A.
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5.4.4
Read and Write of the System Monitor/RAS Feature
The read/write operation of the operating conditions of the client PS-A and System Monitor/RAS feature can
be performed from the server PC via the Pro-Server.
User Application
Server PC
Pro-Server with Pro-Studio (Optional)
Two-Way feature
Pro-Easy.dll
Ethernet
User Application
PSA_Smon.exe
Shared Memory
Client PS-A
PSA_Ras.dll
•
The status of the System Monitor/RAS feature is stored in the shared memory for which device address is
assigned.
SEE
•
„ List of Device Addresses (page5-20) / „ Bit Assign of Error Event, and Error Mask (page5-21)
The status of the System Monitor/RAS feature is transferred to the Pro-Server via Ethernet from the
PSA_Smon.exe. The RAS feature including voltage, FAN, and temperature can be monitored by monitoring the device addresses assigned from the Pro-Studio.
•
The user applications in the server PC monitors the RAS feature through the Pro-Easy.dll program provided from the Pro-Server.
•
The client PS-A shares the data with the user applications on the server PC by using the shared memory.
The data transfers on both sides are processed via the PSA_Ras.dll and Pro-Easy.dll programs.
•
The client PS-A can be shut down and re-started by writing specific value to the software reset port.
• For the details of Read/Write to the devices and access procedures, refer to the “List of Device
Addresses” below.
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„List of Device Addresses
Device
Type
Device
+3.3V Voltage*1
1
Device
Symbol
1
Bit Access
WORD
WORD
+5V Voltage*
Read/
Write
16-bit
Access
32-bit
Access
VLT0
VLT1
VLT
+12V Voltage*
WORD
1
VLT2
-12V Voltage*
WORD
Number of Revolution of CPU FAN *2
WORD
Number of Revolution of Power FAN *2
WORD
Number of Revolution of System FAN
WORD
Error Event
WORD
ERR
ERR00-ERR0E
ERR0
Internal Memory
Area *3
WORD
LS
LS00000-LS0000F
to LS02550LS0255F
LS0000 to
LS0255
LS0000
to
LS0254
PL00000-PL0000F
to PL02550PL0255F
PL0000 to
PL0255
PL0000
to
PL0254
VLT3
Read
-
FAN
FAN0
FAN2
FAN1
Read/
Write
Shared Memory
WORD
PL
Software Reset
Port *4
WORD
RST
Read/
Write
-
RST0
-
Error Mask *5
WORD
ERRM
Read
ERRM00-ERRM0E
ERRM0
-
• When “Forced Shutdown” or “Forced Reboot” is written to the device address, the
system automatically shuts down/restarts the operation system without prompting
the confirmation for saving the data on current applications.
Take extra cautions when performing write operation in order to avoid accidental
data loss.
Value to be Written
Decimal Number
Hexadecimal Number
1
0001
2
0002
257
0101
258
0102
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Operation
Shutdown
Reboot
Forced Shutdown
Forced Reboot
*1
When monitoring the voltage with the device monitor, the unit is “mV”.
*2
When monitoring the voltage with the device monitor, the unit is “rpm”.
*3
Used for the system to read/write the data and perform monitoring operation.
*4
Shuts down and restarts the operation system on the client PS-A.
*5
Indicates the error event that is being monitored by the PS-A.
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„Bit Assign of Error Event, and Error Mask
Device Name
Error Event
Error Mask
Item
+3.3V Voltage Error
+5V Voltage Error
+12V Voltage Error
-12V Voltage Error
CPU FAN Error
Power FAN Error
System FAN Error
Watchdog Timer Error
Backlight Error
SMART Error
+3.3V Voltage Error
+5V Voltage Error
+12V Voltage Error
-12V Voltage Error
CPU FAN Error
Power FAN Error
System FAN Error
Watchdog Timer Error
Backlight Error
SMART Error
Bit
ERR00
ERR01
ERR02
ERR03
ERR04
ERR05
ERR06
ERR07
ERR08
ERR09
ERRM00
ERRM01
ERRM02
ERRM03
ERRM04
ERRM05
ERRM06
ERRM07
ERRM08
ERRM09
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„Error Messages
This section describes the error messages of the Pro-Server that are displayed for the errors caused during
device read/write operations. The following table lists the error codes for the RAS feature.
Error Code
Decimal
Number
9530
253Ah
RAS Initialization Error
9531
253Bh
Command not supported.
9532
253Ch
Access type not supported.
9533
253Dh
Read/Write type not supported.
9534
253Eh
Access to the device rejected.
9535
253Fh
Value setting to the device/retrieval failed.
65535
(No Code)
ffffh
SEE
5.4.5
Error Message
Hexadecimal
Number
Returned when read/write of invalid values or unsupported device is performed for Voltage, Temperature,
and number of revolution of the FAN.
For error messages other than listed above, refer to “Pro-Server with Pro-Studio for Windows
Operation Manual”.
Restrictions
The following table lists the features of Pro-Server that are supported by the PS-A. For the details of each feature, refer to “Pro-Server with Pro-Studio for Windows Operation Manual”.
Pro-Server Feature
O: Supported
X: Not Supported
DDE Feature
O
Simplified DLL Feature
(ProEasy.dll)
Listed Separately
OPC Server Interface
O
SRAM Backup Data
X
Action Feature
X
Distribution Feature
Data Viewer
*1
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X
O*1
VBA Feature Assist
O
Device Data Backup/Restore Feature
O
Capture Screen Save Feature
X
Security Feature
O
Device Monitor
O
Status Monitor
X
Read Time Measurement
O
Pro-Server with Pro-Studio Ver.4.0 or higher is required.
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<Available Simplified DLL Features>
•
Direct Read Feature
•
Direct Write Feature
•
Cache Read Feature
•
Retrieval of Multithreading Handle
•
Release of Multithreading Handle
•
Loading of Network Project File
•
Error Code String Conversion.
•
Station Status Readout Feature
•
Initialization of Simplified DLL
•
Termination of Simplified DLL
• Note that the PS-A-supported OS and features supported by Pro-Server are different.
• When using the PS-A's Remote RAS feature together with Pro-Server, be sure to select different
port numbers.
5.5 Remote Shutdown Feature
The Remote Shutdown feature allows the user to shut down and/or restart the PS-A from the server PC via the
network when the Pro-Server is not installed to the system. The installer of this application is included on the
accessory CD-ROM (\Utility\Shutdown).
When the installer is started, you are asked to select the application for server or the client. Select the desired
application, and follow the instruction on the screen to complete the installation.
File Name
SEE
Folder (Same for both Windows XP® and Windows® 2000)
PSClt.exe
C:\Proface\Shutdown\Client
RSSvr.exe
C:\Proface\Shutdown\Server
4.1.1 Software (page4-2)
• For the operation procedure of this feature, refer to the online help of the Remote Shutdown
Application.
• Both applications (for server and client) can be installed on the PS-A to achieve self-control system. In such a case, however, the PS-A should be connected to a network.
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6
Maintenance and
Inspection
1. Regular Cleaning
2. Cleaning the Fan Filter
3. Changing the PS-A Backlight
4. Periodic Inspection Items
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6.1 Regular Cleaning
6.1.1
Cleaning the Display
Do not clean the unit with thinner, organic solvents, or strong acids.
When the display surface or frame become dirty,
use a soft cloth moistened with neutral detergent
to wipe away any dust or stains.
Neutral detergent
Do not use sharp or hard objects, such as a
mechanical pencil or screwdriver, to push on the
display. This could damage the unit.
Use the screen protection sheet when using the
PS-A in extremely dirty or dusty areas.
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Protection sheet
Display
Chapter 6 Maintenance and Inspection
6.1.2
Installation Gasket Replacement
The moisture resistant gasket protects the PS-A and improves its water resistance. For instructions on installing the PS-A’s gasket.
SEE
2.2.2 Installation Procedures (page2-12)
• A gasket which has been used for a long period of time may have scratches or
dirt on it, and could have lost much of its water resistance. Be sure to change the
gasket periodically (or when scratches or dirt become visible).
6.2 Cleaning the Fan Filter
Since excessive dirt and dust in the filter of the PS-A’s electric fan can potentially affect the performance of
the unit, regular inspection and cleaning of the filter is strongly recommended.
(1)
Remove the fan cover with nipping the
both clips of the fan cover.
(2)
Remove the filter from the fan cover.
Clip
Fan Cover
Filter
(3)
Clean the filter completely.
If stubborn dirt or stains are present,
wash the filter with a neutral detergent.
Filter
Filter
• Do not wring the filter to dry it.
• When drying the filter, dry it without exposing it to direct sunlight.
• Allow it to air dry completely before reattaching to the PS-A.
(4)
After reattaching the filter to the filter cover, reattach the cover with its fan cover attachment screw.
•
Check the fan cover is attached properly. If not, the fan cover may fall out while
using the PS-A unit.
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6.3 Changing the PS-A Backlight
The PS-A’s backlight can be changed after it wears out. The corresponding backlight model number is CA3BLU15-01. The steps involved are outlined below.
• If the backlight or the display unit is damaged, the screen display will go out. Even
if the screen goes out, however, there is a possibility that the touch panel is still
operating correctly. Therefore, since any type of touch panel contact could have
an unexpected or dangerous effect or result, be sure not to touch the screen
when this condition occurs.
Whenever changing the backlight, be sure the PS-A’s power cord has been disconnected
and that the unit is cooled down.
When the PS-A’s power cord is connected and the PS-A is ON, high voltage runs through
the wires in the backlight area do not touch them!
When the PS-A’s power has just been turned OFF, the backlight area is still very hot!
Be sure to wear gloves to prevent being burned.
The backlight is very fragile. Do not touch the glass tube directly or try to remove its power
cord. If the glass tube breaks you may be injured.
Do not try to replace the backlight while the PS-A is installed in a cabinet or panel. Remove
the PS-A first, then begin the backlight replacement procedures.
Follow the steps given below to change the PS-A’s backlight. Be sure to wear cotton gloves when performing
this work to prevent burns. Also, remove the PS-A from its installation panel, and place it face down (as
shown below) when performing this work.
(1)
Unplug the PS-A’s power cord from the main power supply.
• Be sure to perform the backlight changeover on a flat, level surface. This will prevent damage to the PS-A unit and the accidental cutting of any of its power cord.
(2)
SEE
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Remove the PS-A’s rear cover.
2.1.1 Removing the PS-A Unit's Cover (page2-2)
Chapter 6 Maintenance and Inspection
(3)
Detach the FDD unit cable and power cable from the connector, and remove the two attachment screws
to detach the FDD unit.
Power Connector
Rear of FDD Drive
FDD Drive Connector
Attachment Screw
Power Cable
Attachment Screw
FDD unit Cable
(4)
Insert a screwdriver into the two holes (points) shown below, and remove the backlight attachment
screws (1 per hole).
FDD unit Insertion Area
Insert a
screwdriver
(2 holes)
CD-ROM Drive
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(5)
Remove the cable from the cable clamp, and detach the cable from the backlight connector on the
inverter board.
Cable
Backlight Connector
Cable Clamp
(6)
Pull out the cable in the direction shown by the arrow. The backlight unit detaches from the backlight
unit insertion point.
Cable
Backlight Unit
Backlight Unit Insertion Point
• The entire backlight unit should be changed, not just the backlight.
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(7)
Insert the new backlight unit into the backlight holder.
(8)
Re-attach the cable to the backlight connector (opposite of step (6)), and secure the cable in position
using the cable clamp (opposite of step (5)).
• Be sure the cable is inserted completely into the backlight connector. Failure to
do so may cause arcing, which can damage the connector.
• Be sure to always change both of the PS-A backlights at the same time.
(9)
Secure both backlights in place using the backlight screw (opposite of step (4)). The necessary torque is
0.147N•m (1.5kgf•cm).
(10) Replace the FDD unit in its original position and secure it in place using the two (2) attachment screws.
The necessary torque is 0.5N•m to 0.6N•m. Reconnect the FDD unit cable and power cable (opposite of
step (3)).
(11) Replace the rear cover and secure it in place using the five (5) attachment screws.
• The cable clamp is used to prevent the cable from being caught inside in the PSA unit and possibly damaged. Be sure to insert the cable in the cable clamp
before replacing the rear cover.
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6.4 Periodic Inspection Items
Be sure to inspect the PS-A periodically to ensure it is in good working condition.
„Ambient environment check
Is the ambient temperature within the specified range?
When using HDD
When not using HDD
5 to 50°C
0 to 50°C
• Is the ambient humidity within the specified range (10%RH to 85%RH) ?
• Is the atmosphere free of corrosive gas ?
„Electrical specifications check
• Is the voltage adequate (AC85V to AC265V, 50/60 Hz) ?
„Installation check points
• Are all connection cables firmly connected ?
• Are any bolts or screws loose ?
• Are there any flaws or tears in the moisture resistant gasket ?
„Display check
• Is the display bright enough ?
• When the PS-A’s backlight needs to be replaced, please contact your nearest authorized service
center for prompt service.
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7
Specifications
1. General Specifications
2. Performance Specifications
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7.1 General Specifications
7.1.1
7.1.2
Electrical Specifications
Rated Voltage
AC100V / AC240V
Voltage Supply Range
AC85V to AC265V
Rated Frequency
50/60Hz
Allowable Voltage Drop
1cycle or less
(pause occurrences must be more than 1 second apart)
Power Consumption
120VA or less
Voltage Endurance
AC1500V 20mA for 1 minute
(between charging and FG terminals)
Insulation Resistance
10MΩ or higher at DC500V
(between charging and FG terminals)
Environment
Ambient Operating Temperature
+5 oC to +50 oC (When Using HDD)
0
to +50 oC (When NOT Using HDD)
Storage Temperature
-10 oC to + 60 oC
Ambient Humidity
10%RH to 85%RH
(Non condensing, wet bulb temperature: 29oC or less)
Storage Humidity
10%RH to 85%RH
(Non condensing, wet bulb temperature: 29oC or less)
Air Purity (Dust)
Free of dust
Pollution Degree
Pollution Degree 2
Corrosive Gases
Free of corrosive gases
oC
When using
HDD
4.9m/s2 at 10Hz to 25Hz in X, Y, Z directions
for 30 minutes
When NOT
using HDD
9.8m/s2 at 10Hz to 25Hz in X, Y, Z directions
for 30 minutes
Vibration Resistance
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Noise Immunity
(Impulse Noise)
Noise Voltage: 1500V (via noise simulator)
Pulse Duration: 50ns, 500ns, 1µs
Rise Time: 1ns
Noise Immunity
(First transient burst noise)
Power Line: 2kV IEC 61000-4-4
COM Port: 1kV IEC 61000-4-4
Electrostatic Discharge Immunity
4kV IEC 61000-4-2
Chapter 7 Specifications
• When using any of the PS-A’s optional devices, be sure to check that device’s
specifications for any special conditions or cautions that may apply to its use.
• Be aware that not only does the Hard Disk have a fixed lifetime, but that accidents can always occur. Therefore, be sure to back up your Hard Disk’s data regularly, or prepare another Hard Disk unit that can be used for backup.
• The Hard Disk lifetime given here may be reduced due to unforeseen environmental factors, however, generally speaking, the disk should last for 20,000
hours (of operation) or approximately 5 years, whichever comes first at an operating temperature of 20°C and 333 hours of operation per month. (HDD access frequency of 20% or less)
• Using the Hard Disk in an environment that is excessively hot and/or humid will
shorten the disk’s usage lifetime. A wet bulb temperature of 29°C or less is recommended. This is equivalent to the following data.
Temperature
Humidity
at 35°C
no higher than 64%RH
at 40°C
no higher than 44%RH
• In order to extend the lifetime of the hard disk, Pro-face recommends you set the
Windows [Control panel]-[Power Management option]-[Turn off hard disks] selection to turn the hard disk off when the unit is not being operated. A setting of 5
minutes is recommended.
• When using CD-ROM Drive, be sure to use the PS-A unit where no excessive
vibration. It causes data read error.
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7.1.3
Structural Specifications
*1
Grounding
100Ω or less, or your country’s applicable standard
Ratings*1
Equivalent to IP65f (JEM 1030)
(When Not Using front-face USB Port unit)
Design Type: Modular
Installation method: Panel / VESA Arm
Cooling Method
Via Cooling Fans (for Unit/ for CPU)
Weight
Approx. 8.0kg (17.6Ib)
Dimensions (W x H x D)
395 mm [15.55 in] x 294 mm [11.57 in.] x 100 mm [3.94 in.]
The front face of the PS-A unit, installed in a solid panel, has been tested using conditions equivalent to
the standard shown in the specification. Even though the PS-A unit’s level of resistance is equivalent to
this standard, oils that should have no effect on the PS-A can possibly harm the unit. This can occur in
areas where either vaporized oils are present, or where low viscosity cutting oils are allowed to adhere to
the unit for long periods of time. If the PS-A’s front face protection sheet becomes peeled off, these conditions can lead to the ingress of oil into the PS-A and separate protection measures are suggested. Also,
if non-approved oils are present, it may cause deformation or corrosion of the front panel’s plastic cover.
Therefore, prior to installing the PS-A, be sure to confirm the type of conditions that will be present in
the PS-A’s operating environment.
If the installation gasket is used for a long period of time, or if the unit and its gasket are removed from
the panel, the original level of the protection cannot be guaranteed. To maintain the original protection
level, Pro-face recommends that you replace the installation gasket regularly.
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7.2 Performance Specifications
7.2.1
Performance Specifications
CPU
Interface
Touch Panel
DRAM(SO DIMM)
BIOS
Graphics
Video Memory
Type
Resolution
EdenTM ESP6000 667MHz (VIA Inc.)
DIMM Socket 1: 128MB/256MB
Phoenix AwardBIOS (Phoenix Technologies Co.)
XGA (1024x768 dots)
4MB
Resistive Film (Analog)
1024x1024
COM4
<Switching via hardware>
Use the DIPSW1 to select whether to use the serial communication (COM4) interface or the USB communication interface. *1
1.4.1 RS-232C Interface (COM1/COM2/COM3/COM4)
SEE
‹ Switches (page1-8)
USB
<Switching via Software>
When installing the mouse emulator V2 (PL-TD000), select
whether to use the serial communication (COM4) interface or the
USB communication interface.
Serial
(RS-232C)
COM1
COM2
COM3
COM4
D-sub 9 pin male (RI/+5V switching possible)
D-sub 9 pin male (RI/+5V switching possible)
D-sub 9 pin male (RS-485/RS-422 switching possible)
D-sub 9 pin male
Printer
Complies with Centronics Standards (ECP/SPP/EPP equivalent)
(D-Sub 25 pin, female)
Interface
Keyboard
Mouse
Disk
USB
LAN
PS/2 Interface (mini DIN 6 pin, female) rear 1 port
PS/2 Interface (mini DIN 6 pin, female) rear 1 port
Master
2.5inch HDD I/F
IDE I/F
Slave
CF Card I/F
USB 1.1 compatible (front 1 port, rear 2 port)
IEEE802.3 Standard (auto change to 10 Base-T/100 Base-TX)
(rear 1 port)
PCMCIA
Type II (side 2 ports)
Sound
LINE IN, SPEAKER OUT, MIC IN
(rear 3 ports) (standard type AUDIO jack)
PCI
Rev.2.2 compatible PCI I/F (5V) (1 Slot)
Floppy Disk Drive
CD-ROM Drive
*1
2-mode 3.5 inch floppy disk drive (Side access)
IDE-Type CD-ROM Drive (connected to IDE Secondary) (Side access)
If “Serial” is selected, COM4 cannot be used.
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7.2.2
7.2.3
Display Functions
Display Type
TFT Color LCD (15 inch)
Pixel Density
1024 x 768 pixels
Dot Pitch
0.297 x 0.297mm
Effective Display Area
304.1 x 228.1mm
Display Colors
16,777,216 Colors
Backlight's Life Span
CFL (Replaceable)
More than 50,000 hours at an ambient temperature of
25°C. (Until the backlight_fs brightness dims to half of the
original level.)
Touch Panel Brightness
Adjustment
4 Steps
(Adjust using Windows® Control Panel)
Contrast Control
Not Possible
Expansion Slots
Slot Type
PCI 2.2 (5V)
Board Size
240x106.68mm
Power Supply Capacity
Power Consumption
7.2.4
DC5V
DC12V
DC-12V
DC3.3V
1.5A
0.5A
0.1A
0.5A
Clock Accuracy
Clock Accuracy
±180 seconds/month
The clock built into the PS-A (RTC) has a slight error. The error is ±180 seconds per month when the PS-A is
turned off and kept under normal temperature. However, the error may become as large as ±300 seconds per
month depending on the temperature differences and years of service. If using the PS-A in the system in
which clock accuracy is vital, be sure to adjust the clock periodically.
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Appendices
1. Hardware Configuration
2. List of Optional Devices
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A.1 Hardware Configuration
A.1.1
I/O Map
Address
AT System Device
0000H-001FH
DMA controller (8237)
0020H-003FH
Interrupt controller (8259A)
0040H-005FH
System timer (8254)
System Device
0060H-006FH
Keyboard controller
0070H-007FH
Real time clock, NMI mask
0080H-009FH
DMA page register
00A0H-00BFH
Interrupt controller 2 (8259A)
00C0H-00DFH
DMA controller 2 (8237)
00F0H-00FFH
Numeric data processor
01F0H-01FFH
Hard disk (IDE)
0290H-0297H
Reserved
System monitor
02E8H-02EFH
Reserved
Serial port 4 (COM4)
02F8H-02FFH
Serial port 2 (COM2): General use
03B0H-03BBH
Video controller (VGA)
03C0H-03DFH
Video controller (VGA)
03E8H-03EFH
Reserved
03F0H-03F7H
Floppy disk controller
03F8H-03FFH
Serial port 1 (COM1): General use
Serial port 3 (COM3)
• The resources of the PCI BUS board that is installed by the user are automatically assigned to
the free resource by the Plug and Play feature.
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Appendices
A.1.2
Memory Map
MAXMEM
Frame Buffer
MAXMEM Frame Buffer Size *1
Expansion Memory
1MB
System BIOS
F000:0000
Expansion ROM Area
PXE BIOS, VGA BIOS
D400:0000
C000:0000
Video RAM
A000:0000
Conventionally
0000:0000
*1
Depending on the BIOS Setting [Advanced Chipset Feature] [Frame Buffer Size] setting value, Memory
range may differ. The default setting is 16MB.
SEE
Chapter 3 System Setup (page3-1)
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A.1.3
Interrupt Map
• The interrupts and DMA channel will change depending on the PCI/ISA features available.
„Hardware Interrupt List
NMI
IRQ 0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Description
Parity Error or I/O Channel Check
Timer (in the Chipset)
Keyboard
Cascade from Controller 2
Serial Port 2 (COM2): General Use Port
Serial Port 1 (COM2): General Use Port
Available for users *
Floppy Disk Controller
Available for users *
Real Time Clock
Available for users *
Serial Port 4 (COM4): General Use Port
Serial Port 3 (COM3): General Use Port
PS/2 Mouse
Numeric Data Processor
Hard Disk (IDE)
Hard Disk (IDE)
• The “*” mark indicates that, depending on the customer’s settings, the following
devices are automatically allocated as Plug and Play devices.
Display Controller
SMBus Controller
Multimedia Device
Network Controller
USB Controller
„DMA Channel List
Description
DMA 0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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Floppy disk controller
For 8-bit
transmission
Cascade to controller 1
For 16-bit
transmission
Appendices
A.2 List of Optional Devices
The following table lists the Digital Electronics Corporation’s optional devices and commercial products used
with the PS-A.
Product Name
Model
Description
PSA-SDR128
SO (DIM) with capacity of 128 MB.
PSA-SDR256
SO (DIM) with capacity of 256 MB.
PSA-SDR512
SO (DIM) with capacity of 512 MB.
Mouse Emulator
V2
PL-TD000
This software adds mouse and keyboard-like functionality to the Touch Panel.
HDD Unit
PSA-HD20
20 GB 2.5" HDD unit. (OS not included.)
CA3-CFCALL/
64MB-01
TYPE1 CF Card (64MB)
CA3-CFCALL/
128MB-01
TYPE1 CF Card (128MB)
CA3-CFCALL/
256MB-01
TYPE1 CF Card (256MB)
CA3-CFCALL/
512MB-01
TYPE1 CF Card (512MB)
CF Card Adaptor
GP077-CFAD10
CF Card Adaptor for a PCMCIA connector
Screen Protection
Sheet
CA3-DFS15-01
Disposable overlay sheets for display face protection
and stain resistance. Touch panel senses User's
touch through sheet. (5sheets / set)
Backlight
CA3-BLU15-01
Spare backlight for maintenance.
Installation Gasket
CA3-WPG15-01
Used to prevent moisture from entering into the PSA’s case from the front face. Same as original equipment gasket.
Installation
Fasteners
CA3-ATFALL-01
Used to install the PS-A unit a panel. (4/set x 2)
DIM Module
CF Card
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Memo
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Index
A
H
AC Power Cord ................................................. 2-16
API-DLL ............................................................... 4-7
Automatic System Log-on Setup ....................... 4-10
Hardware Installation........................................... 2-1
B
Backlight Brightness Adjustment ......................... 4-9
Backlight OFF Screen Saver ............................... 4-8
C
CD-ROM Contents .............................................. 4-2
CE Marking Notes .................................................. 8
CF Card Installation and Removal....................... 2-8
Changing System Settings ................................ 4-11
Changing the PS-A Backlight .............................. 6-4
Cleaning the Display ........................................... 6-2
Clock Accuracy.................................................... 7-6
Connecting I/O Signal Lines .............................. 2-19
Connecting the Power Cord .............................. 2-16
I
I/O Map............................................................App-2
Information Symbols............................................... 5
Installation Fasteners ........................................ 1-13
Installation Fun Replacement .............................. 6-3
installation slot ................................................... 2-14
Installing Drivers .................................................. 4-6
Installing the PS-A Unit...................................... 2-10
Installtion ............................................................. 2-2
Interrupt Map ...................................................App-4
K
Keyboard Emulator.............................................. 4-8
L
List of Optional Devices...................................App-5
D
M
DIPSW1........................................................ 1-4, 1-8
DIPSW2............................................................... 1-8
Display Functions ................................................ 7-6
Main Memory Installation..................................... 2-4
Memory Map....................................................App-3
E
Electrical Specifications ....................................... 7-2
Environmentt ....................................................... 7-2
Error Messages ................................................. 5-22
Error Monitoring................................................... 5-3
Essential Safety Precautions.................................. 2
Event Viewer ..................................................... 5-14
Expansion Board (PCI) Installation...................... 2-4
Expansion Slots................................................... 7-6
External Dimensions (with Installation Fasteners
installed) .................................................... 1-12
F
Fan ...................................................................... 6-3
G
Gasket ............................................................... 2-12
Grounding.......................................................... 2-19
N
NTFS File System Conversion .......................... 4-11
O
Overview.............................................................. 1-1
P
Package Contents .................................................. 6
Panel Cut Dimensions ....................................... 1-13
Part Names and Features ................................... 1-5
PCMCIA Unit Installation ..................................... 2-6
Performance Specifications ................................. 7-5
Periodic Inspection Items .................................... 6-8
Power Supply .................................................... 2-17
Printer Interface ................................................. 1-10
PS-A Internal View .............................................. 2-3
PS-A Unit........................................................... 1-11
R
RAS Features ...................................................... 5-2
Remote RAS...................................................... 5-16
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Remote Shutdown Feature................................ 5-23
Removing the PS-A Unit's Cover......................... 2-2
RS-232C Interface ............................................... 1-7
S
Screen Display ON/OFF ...................................... 4-8
Setting Up the Touch Panel Connection .............. 1-4
Setting Up Your PS-A Unit ................................... 4-3
Setup Procedures ................................................ 3-2
Software............................................................... 4-2
Special Application Program Features................. 4-7
Structural Specifications....................................... 7-4
System Configuration .......................................... 1-3
System File .......................................................... 4-8
System Monitor.................................................. 5-12
System Monitor Property ................................... 5-13
System Monitor/RAS Features ............................ 5-6
System Monitoring/RAS Applications .................. 4-8
System Parameters ............................................. 3-3
U
UL/c-UL (CSA) Application Notes........................... 7
Uninterrupted Power Supply System (UPS) ...... 4-11
USB Cable Clamp Installation ............................. 2-7
Using the USB Interface
(located on the front face)............................ 1-4
W
Wiring the PS-A ................................................. 2-16
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