Digital PS-2000B Series User manual

Digital PS-2000B Series User manual
Built-in Computer
PS-2000B Series
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Preface
Thank you for purchasing Pro-face's PS-2000B Series Built-in Computer, hereafter referred to as the "PS-B" or "PS-B unit". This unit, which utilizes Pro-face's
newest PC architecture, is equipped with a wide range of standard-equipment
interfaces and is designed for use in a wide variety of industrial applications.
Prior to using the PS-B unit, be sure to read this manual thoroughly to familiarize
yourself with the unit'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 errors or
omissions, please contact Pro-face and inform them of your findings.
4. Please be aware that Digital Electronics Corporation shall not be held liable
by the user for any damages, losses, or third party claims arising from the
uses of this product.
Product names used in this manual are the trademarks of their respective manufacturers.
© Copyright 2002 Digital Electronics Corporation. All rights reserved.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PREFACE ................................................................................................................... 1
ESSENTIAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ................................................................ 5
DOCUMENTATION CONVENTIONS ................................................................. 8
PACKAGE CONTENTS .......................................................................................... 9
UL/C-UL (CSA) APPLICATION NOTES ............................................................ 10
CE MARKING NOTES ......................................................................................... 11
CHAPTER 1 PS-B UNIT BASICS
1.1
Prior to Operating the PS-B Unit ................................................................ 1-1
1.2
PS-B System Design ..................................................................................... 1-3
1.3
PS-B Part Names and Features .................................................................. 1-5
1.4
Interfaces ...................................................................................................... 1-7
1.5
1.4.1
RS-232C Interface (COM1/COM2/COM3/COM4)......................... 1-7
1.4.2
RAS Interface (RAS) .......................................................................... 1-8
1.4.3
DVI-D Interface ................................................................................ 1-10
PS-B External Views and Dimensions ...................................................... 1-11
1.5.1
PS-B Unit .......................................................................................... 1-11
1.5.2
With CD-ROM/FDD Unit Attached ................................................. 1-12
1.5.3
With RS-232C/RS-485 Conversion Unit Attached .......................... 1-13
1.5.4
With Mounting Bracket Attached ...................................................... 1-14
CHAPTER 2 HARDWARE INSTALLATION
2.1
Installing Optional Units and Expansion Boards ...................................... 2-1
2.2
Installing the PS-B Unit................................................................................ 2-6
2.3
2
2.2.1
PS-B Unit Installation Cautions ........................................................... 2-6
2.2.2
Installation Procedures ....................................................................... 2-8
Wiring ........................................................................................................... 2-10
2.3.1
Connecting the Power Cord ............................................................. 2-10
2.3.2
Power Supply Precautions................................................................. 2-12
2.3.3
Grounding Precautions ..................................................................... 2-13
2.3.4
Precautions When Connecting I/O Signal Lines ................................ 2-14
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CHAPTER 3 SYSTEM SETUP
3.1
Setup Procedures .......................................................................................... 3-1
3.2
System Parameters ....................................................................................... 3-2
3.2.1
Standard CMOS Features .................................................................. 3-2
3.2.2
IDE HDD Auto-Detection................................................................... 3-4
3.2.3
Advanced BIOS Features ................................................................... 3-5
3.2.4
Advanced Chipset Features ................................................................ 3-8
3.2.5
Integrated Peripherals........................................................................ 3-10
3.2.6
Power Management Setup ................................................................ 3-13
3.2.7
PnP/PCI Configurations .................................................................... 3-15
3.2.8
IRQ Resources .................................................................................. 3-16
3.2.9
DMA Resources................................................................................ 3-17
3.2.10 System Monitor Setup ....................................................................... 3-18
3.2.11 Frequency/Voltage Control................................................................ 3-20
3.2.12 Load Fail-Safe Defaults..................................................................... 3-21
3.2.13 Load Optimized Defaults ................................................................... 3-21
3.2.14 Set Supervisor Password .................................................................. 3-21
3.2.15 Set User Password ............................................................................ 3-22
3.2.16 Save & Exit Setup ............................................................................. 3-22
3.2.17 Exit Without Saving ........................................................................... 3-22
CHAPTER 4 SETTING UP YOUR PS-B UNIT
4.1
CD-ROM Contents....................................................................................... 4-1
4.1.1
4.2
Software .............................................................................................. 4-1
Setting up Your PS-B Unit ............................................................................ 4-2
4.2.1
Setup Procedures ................................................................................ 4-2
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
4.5
Uninstalling Utility Software................................................................. 4-8
When Using Windows®2000/Windows®XP ................................................. 4-8
4.5.1
Automatic System Log-on Setup......................................................... 4-8
4.5.2
Uninterrupted Power Supply System (UPS) ....................................... 4-9
4.5.3
Changing System Settings .................................................................... 4-9
4.5.4
NTFS File System Conversion .......................................................... 4-10
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CHAPTER 5 MONITORING FEATURES
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
RAS Features ................................................................................................ 5-1
5.1.1
PS-B RAS Features ............................................................................ 5-1
5.1.2
RAS Feature Details............................................................................ 5-2
5.1.3
RAS Feature Overview ....................................................................... 5-5
System Monitor/RAS Features ................................................................... 5-6
5.2.1
Setup Procedures ................................................................................ 5-6
5.2.2
System Monitoring Property Settings (PSB_Wps.exe) ....................... 5-7
5.2.3
System Monitoring Operation (PSB_Smon.exe) ................................. 5-8
5.2.4
Error Messages ................................................................................. 5-10
5.2.5
Error Displays When Using Event Viewer ......................................... 5-11
Remote RAS................................................................................................ 5-13
5.3.1
System Configuration........................................................................ 5-13
5.3.2
Installation Procedures ...................................................................... 5-13
5.3.3
Setup and Preparation of the Remote RAS Feature.......................... 5-14
5.3.4
Read and Write of the System Monitor/RAS Feature ....................... 5-15
5.3.5
Restrictions ........................................................................................ 5-18
Remote Shutdown Feature......................................................................... 5-19
CHAPTER 6 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION
6.1
Cleaning the Fan Filter ................................................................................ 6-1
6.2
Periodic Maintenance Points ....................................................................... 6-2
CHAPTER 7 SPECIFICATIONS
7.1
7.2
General Specifications ................................................................................. 7-1
7.1.1
Electrical Specifications ....................................................................... 7-1
7.1.2
Environmental Specifications ............................................................... 7-2
7.1.3
External Specifications......................................................................... 7-2
Performance Specifications ......................................................................... 7-3
7.2.1
Performance Specifications ................................................................. 7-3
7.2.2
Expansion Slots ................................................................................... 7-4
7.2.3
Clock Accuracy................................................................................... 7-4
APPENDICES
A.1 Hardware Configuration.............................................................................. A-1
A.1.1 I/O Map ............................................................................................. A-1
A.1.2 Memory Map ..................................................................................... A-2
A.1.3 Interrupt Map ..................................................................................... A-3
A.2 List of Optional Devices ............................................................................. A-4
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Essential Safety Precautions
This manual includes the following cautions concerning procedures that must be
followed to operate the PS-B unit correctly and safely. Prior to operating the PS-B,
be sure to read this manual and any related materials thoroughly to understand the
correct operation and functions of this unit.
„ Safety Icons
To explain the correct and safe usage of the PS-B unit, throughout this manual the
following icons are provided next to actions requiring special attention. These
icons indicate the following situations:
WARNING
CAUTION
Indicates situations where severe bodily
injury, death or major equipment damage
may occur.
Indicates situations where slight bodily
injury or machine damage can occur.
WARNINGS
• To prevent an electric shock, be sure to connect the power
•
•
•
•
•
cord terminals to the PS-B unit's terminal block before connecting the power cord to the main power supply.
Be sure to use only the specified voltage with the PS-B unit. A
fire or electrical shock may occur if voltages used that are
beyond the specified range.
Be sure to turn the unit's power switch OFF before removing
the PS-B unit's cover. This is because the PS-B unit's internal
parts carry high voltages.
Do not modify the PS-B unit in any way. Modifying the unit
can cause a fire or create an electrical hazard.
Be sure to immediately turn the unit's power switch OFF, disconnect the power cord, and contact your local Pro-face distributor if metal particles, water or other types of liquids contact any of the PS-B unit's internal parts.
Be sure to read and understand Chapter 2 "Hardware Installation" thoroughly in order to select an appropriate installation
location for the PS-B unit.
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WARNINGS
• Be sure to turn the PS-B unit's power switch OFF Before ei-
ther connecting or disconnecting a board or interface connector.
• Do not install the PS-B unit in areas containing flammable
gases.
• Do not use the PS-B unit 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.
• Be sure to design redundant and/or failsafe systems to ensure the proper degree of reliability and safety when using
the PS-B unit with transportation vehicles (trains, cars and
ships), disaster and crime prevention devices, various types
of safety equipment, non-life support related medical devices,
etc.
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WARNINGS
CAUTIONS
• Do not expose the PS-B to, or operating the PS-B in direct
sunlight, high temperatures and humidity, and in areas that
have excessive dust and vibration.
• Do not use the PS-B unit in areas where sudden, extreme
changes in temperature can occur. These sudden changes
may cause condensation to form inside the unit, possibly
leading to an accident.
• Be sure the PS-B unit's air circulation vents are clear and
clean to prevent the PS-B unit from overheating, and keep
the PS-B unit's operation area well ventilated.
• Do not operate or store the PS-B unit near chemicals, or
where chemicals can come into contact with the unit.
When PS-B Unit's 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-B unit'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-B unit's hard disk drive (HDD) is a consumable item, i.e. it has a finite usage lifetime, be sure to back
up its data regularly and prepare a spare HDD unit.
• To prevent file data damage, be sure to shut down the PSB unit's OS before turning the power switch OFF.
• After turning OFF the PS-B unit's power, wait until the internal HDD stops spinning before turning on the power
again (approx. 5 seconds).
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Documentation Conventions
The list below describes the documentation conventions used in this manual.
Symbol
Meaning
Indicates important information or procedures that must be followed
for correct and risk-free software/device operation.
Provides useful or important supplemental information.
*1
Indicates useful or important footnote information.
Refers to useful or important supplemental information.
Indicates steps in a procedure. Be sure to perform these steps in
the order given.
PS-B/PS-B Unit Abbreviation for the PS-2000B Series of Built-in Computers.
FP
Abbreviation for FP-2500 and FP-2600TFT color touch panel display.
1) , 2)
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Package Contents
The PS-B unit's packing box contains the items listed below. Please check to
confirm that all items shown below have been included.
„ PS-B Unit (1)
„ Installation Brackets (2) (1 set)
Attachment Screws (4)
„ Expansion Board Stays (3)
Attachment Screws
(6)
„ Power Cord (1)
„ USB Cable Bracket
Clamps
Clamp Screws
„ CD-ROM (PS2000B User Manual
and Driver CD) (1)
(1)
(2)
(2)
„ Installation Guide
(Japanese/English) (1)
Installation
Guide
• Be careful when handling the PS-B unit not to damage the built-in HDD.
• This cord is designed only for AC100V/AC115V use. Any other voltage will require a different cord.
• The CD-ROM included in this package contains a User
Manual, RAS-API Reference Manual, and PS-B Series Utility and Driver files.
Chapter 4 - Setting Up Your PS-B unit
• When you order a PS-B unit built to your specifications, that
PS-B package should include each optional items' Installation Guide. Please use that guide to check the contents of
each optional items' package.
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UL/c-UL (CSA) Application Notes
The PS2000B-41 units are UL/c-UL (CSA) recognized products. (UL File No.
E171486). Please pay special attention to the following instructions when applying for UL/c-UL approval for machinery which includes any of these PS-B units.
Equipment with a PS-B mounted in it requires UL/c-UL (CSA) evaluation for the
combination of the PS-B and the equipment.
The PS-B conforms as a component to the following standards:
• UL 60950, Third Edition (Standard for Safety of Information Technology
Equipment, including Electrical Business Equipment)
• CSA-C22.2 No. 950-M95 (Standard for Safety of Information Technology
Equipment, including Electrical Business Equipment)
• PS200B-41 (UL Registration Model: 3180005-01)
If the following requirements are not met, the PS-B unit may fail to meet UL/c-UL
(CSA) standard requirements.
• The PS-B unit should be used as a built-in component of end-use product.
• The PS-B unit is intended for indoor use only.
• When connecting the PS-B unit's power cord, be sure to use a cord that is
appropriate for the current and voltage used, and that has 0.75 mm2 or larger
conductive wires.
• When an end-use product will include the PS-B, be sure to design the PS-B
unit's power cut-off switch as a separate disconnect device and locate it where
the operator can easily reach it.
• There is a danger of explosion if the PS-B unit's 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 unit the PS-B is built into uses an UL/c-UL (CSA) approved structure.
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CE Marking Notes
The PS2000B-41 units are CE marked, EMC compliant products.
<These units comply with the following standards>
• Safety
EN60950
• EMI
EN55011 Group1 (Class A), EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3
• EMS (EN61000-6-2)
EN61000-4-2, EN61000-4-3, EN61000-4-4, EN61000-4-5, EN61000-4-6,
EN61000-4-8, EN61000-4-11
If following requirements are not met, the PS-B may fail to meet EN60950 standard requirements.
• The PS-B should be used as a built-in component of an end-use product.
• The PS-B is intended for indoor use only.
• When connecting the PS-B unit'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 0.75 mm2 or larger.
• When an end-use product will include the PS-B, be sure to design the PS-B
unit's power cut-off switch as a separate disconnect device and locate it where
the operator can easily reach it.
• There is a danger of explosion if the PS-B unit's 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 unit the PS-B is built into uses an EN60950 approved structure.
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Memo
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2.
3.
4.
5.
Prior to Operating the PS-B Unit
PS-B Unit System Configurations
PS-B Unit Part Names and Features
Interface
PS-B Unit External Views and Dimensions
Chapter
1 PS-B Unit Basics
This chapter describes the procedures required prior to operating the PS-B. It also
explains the types of peripheral devices that can be connected to the PS-B.
1.1
Prior to Operating the PS-B Unit
The following explanation shows the preparation steps required prior to operating
the PS-B.
Connect Peripheral Devices
Turn Display On
Connect Power
Connect the display unit and any optional
devices.
1.2 PS-B System Design / 1.3
PS-B Part Names and Features
Connect the PS-B unit's power cord
terminals and turn the power switch ON.
2.3 Wiring
Set Up the BIOS
Configure the PS-B unit's BIOS.
Chapter 3 BIOS Setup
[When PS-B has no preinstalled OS]
[When PS-B has pre-installed OS]
Install commercial OS to
your PS-B as necessary.
For how to setup the OS,
refer to the manual
provided with the product.
Install an OS
Install PS-2000B 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-B Unit
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When using a Flat Panel Display (FP) as a touch panel, additional preparation steps are required. After all device drivers
are installed, complete the following steps prior to installing
applications and the PS-B unit.
FP Series User Manual
Install Mouse Emulation Software
Set up Display Parameters
(color and resolution)
Perform Calibration
• 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-B unit's power OFF, wait until the internal
HDD stops spinning (approximately 5 seconds) before turning the
power ON again.
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1.2
PS-B System Design
Up to two HDD units or CF Card units can be connected internally. In addition, an
optional CD-ROM drive or FDD unit can be connected externally.
The following diagram shows the peripheral devices that can be connected to the
PS-B unit.
PS-B unit built-in components
HDD units
(PSB-HD020/
PSB-HD020-W2KML)
DIM module
(PL-EM128/PL-EM256)
CF Card unit
(PSB-CFU01)
Sound I/O Device
PS-B unit (PS2000B-41)
(Commercial type)
LAN
USB
Expansion Board Slots
(Accepts commercial-type boards)
Keyboard
RS-232C
(Commercial type)
Mouse
(Commercial type)
FP or commercial-type
CRT monitor
RAS
Pro-face’s FP unit
or DVI-D monitor
CD-ROM drive/FDD unit (PSB-CD/FD01)
When internally connecting two HDD units or two CF Card units
(or one of each), be sure to designate one as the master unit
and the other as the slave unit; otherwise, a unit malfunction or
operation error may occur. For master/slave setup procedures
for each unit, refer to that product's instruction manual.
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„ Commercial-type Products
Commercially available expansion boards (PCI bus compatible boards), keyboards, mouse units and printers can all be used with the PS-B. Also, the PS-B
unit's built-in USB connector allows USB-type devices to be used as well. However, some commercial PC peripherals may not be compatible with the PS-B. If
you experience compatibility problems, contact your local Pro-face distributor.
• Be sure to use only DIM modules manufactured by Digital
Electronics Corporation. Certain commercially available DIM
modules will not operate properly in the PS-B unit.
• When using USB-type peripheral devices, be sure to thoroughly read that product's instruction manual prior to use.
„ Display Unit
Pro-face manufactures a Flat Panel Display (FP series) which can be connected with the
PS-B unit.
Some FP display has not only an Analog RGB interface but also a DVI-D interface for
the PS-B unit, and can be connected via Pro-face's 10m DVI-D cable.
For details, refer to the FP's catalogue or Installation manual, or contact your local
Pro-face distributor.
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1.3 PS-B Part Names and Features
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7
3
1: Power Switch
2
5
6
Turns the PS-B main unit ON or OFF.
1
2: Power Input Terminal
21
8
19
18
17
9
10
11
16
12
13
14
20
Connect the AC100V/AC240V power cord
terminals here.
3: Power LED (POWER)
Indicates the PS-B unit's power status and also
functions as a RAS LED indicator
5.1 RAS Features
4: Hard Disk LED (HDD)
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Front
5: Hardware Reset Switch (RESET)
Pressing this switch re-starts the PS-B unit.
6: Keyboard Connector (KEYBOARD)
Connect a PS/2-compatible keyboard here.
7: Mouse Connector (MOUSE)
Connect a PS/2-compatible mouse here.
8: USB Connector (USB)
Provides a USB 1.1 compatible connection.
Connect a USB connectable device here.
9: RAS Connector (RAS)
Interface for DIN, DOUT, Watchdog, and
Remote Reset features. (D-sub 25-pin male
connector)
10: DVI-D Connector (DVI)
Connect a DVI-D monitor here.
11: Analog RGB Connector (VGA)
Connect an analog RGB monitor here.
12: RS-232C Connector (COM1)
Selectable between RI and 5V.
13: RS-232C Connector (COM2)
14: RS-232C Connector (COM3)
Selectable between RI and 5V.
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4
5
6
3
15: RS-232C Connector (COM4)
2
RS-232C interface (D-sub 9 pin male connector). Allows data transfer with other equipment. Peripheral devices can be connected
here.
1
21
8
19
18
17
9
10
11
20
16: Expansion Slots
17: Speaker Output (SPEAKER)
16
12
13
14
18: Line Input (LINE IN)
15
20: LAN Connector (LAN1/LAN2)
19: Microphone Input (MIC)
IEEE802.3-compatible Ethernet interface.
Changeover between LAN1 and LAN2 is
performed automatically.
Front
21: Cooling Fan
22: Cover
This cover is removed when installing an
optional CD-ROM/FDD unit, HDD unit, CF
Card unit, or DIM module.
23: Maintenance Cover
This cover is removed when installing an HDD
unit, CF card, or DIM module.
22
23
Right
24: +5 V/RI Changeover Switch (COM1)
25: +5 V/RI Changeover Switch (COM3)
26: Voice Input Connector for CD-ROM
27: CD-ROM/FDD Unit Power Connector
28: FDD unit Connector
29: CD-ROM Drive Connector
30: Standard Display ON/OFF Switch
When connecting Digital’s Standard Display to
the PS-B unit, be sure to set Dip Switch #4 to
ON.
24
25
26
27
28
29
Main Unit Internal View
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1.4
Interfaces
1.4.1 RS-232C Interface (COM1/COM2/COM3/COM4)
D-sub 9-pin (Male)
1
2
6
3
7
4
8
5
9
Screw Size: (4-40), Inch type
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
Signal Name
CD
RXD
TXD
DT R
GND
Pin No.
6
7
8
9
FG
Signal Name
DSR
RT S
CT S
RI/+5V
FG
• The GND terminal is the signal ground. Be sure to connect the GND
terminal with the SG (signal ground) terminal of the opposite side's
connector.
• The FG and SG terminals are connected inside the PS-B unit. When
connecting another device to the PS-B, design your system so that it
will form SG short-circuit loop.
Pin No. 9 "+5V/RI" changeover is available only with COM1 and COM3. COM2
and COM4 are fixed to RI. To change the COM1 or COM3 setting from +5V to
RI or vice-versa, remove the main unit cover and slide the +5/RI changeover
switch to the desired setting. The factory setting is RI.
RI
+5V
For COM1 For COM3
+5V/RI Changeover Switch
PS-B Internal View
• Be sure to check the interface specifications of the opposite side's connector before changing this setting. Incorrect settings can result in a
malfunction or unit damage.
• Be sure to turn the PS-B unit OFF prior to changing internal settings to
prevent a malfunction.
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1.4.2 RAS Interface (RAS)
D-sub 25-pin (Male)
Inch-type screws
#4-40UNC
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Signal Name
GND
+5V (100 mA max.)
+12V (100 mA max.)
NC
DIN2 (+)
DIN0 (+)
DOUT2 (-)
DOUT2 (+)
DOUT0 (-)
DOUT0 (+)
DIN2 (-)
DIN0 (-)
DIN1 (+)
Pin No.
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Signal Name
GND
+5V
DIN3 (+)
DIN3 (-)
RST (+)
DOUT1 (-)
DOUT1 (+)
DOUT3 (-)
DOUT3 (+)
RST (-)
DIN1 (-)
NC
Be sure to use only the rated voltage when using the external power
output of No. 2 (+5V) and No. 3 (+12V); otherwise a malfunction or unit
breakdown may occur.
For RAS feature details, refer to 5.1 RAS Features.
„ External Input Signal (Common for DIN and RST Input)
Input Voltage
Input Current
Operating Voltage
Isolation Method
DC12V to DC24V
7 mA
ON voltage: 9V (min.), OFF voltage: 3V (max.)
Via a photocoupler
(Interface Circuit)
+5V
(Connection Example)
1.8kΩ
1/10W
R
No polarity due to the
Sink/Source input.
1.8kΩ
1/10W
DIN0(+), DIN1(+)
DIN2(+), DIN3(+)
RST(+)
R
(12 to 24V)
Cable
DC12V to
DC24V
DIN0(-), DIN1(-)
DIN2(-), DIN3(-)
RST(-)
PC357
D-sub 25-pin connector
1–8
Switch or a certain
switching device
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• Be sure to hold the input level for 1.5 seconds or longer when using
general signal input (DIN); otherwise, the signal may not be detected.
• Be sure that the voltage values between terminals will not exceed
the rated input voltage. If these values are too high, a unit breakdown may occur.
• Sink/Source-type input prevents polarity reversal problems. (DIN (-)
and RST (-) can become positive, and DIN (+) and (RST (+) can
become negative.) Be sure that the input voltage does not exceed
the rated range.
„ External Output Signal (DOUT)
Rated Load Voltage
Maximum Load Current
Maximum Voltage Drop between T erminals
Isolation Method
DC12V to DC24V
100 mA/point
1.5V (at 100-mA load current)
Via a photocoupler
(Interface Circuit)
+5
(Connection Example)
R
DOUT0(+), DOUT1(+)
DOUT2(+), DOUT3(+)
Load
Cable
*1
DC12V to
DC24V
SSTA06
PC357
4.7kΩ
DOUT0(-), DOUT1(-)
DOUT2(-), DOUT3(-)
D-sub 25-pin connector
• Be sure to operate the PS-B unit only within the maximum load current range. Excessive load current can cause a unit breakdown.
• Be sure to include terminal to terminal voltage values in your system
design calculations for load current and load voltage. When the load
current becomes large, a 1.5V (max) drop will occur between the
terminals.
• Be sure to connect the protective diode shown in the above diagram
(*1) when connecting an inductive load
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1.4.3 DVI-D Interface
1
8
17
24
24-pin (Female)
9
Inch-type screws #4-40UNC
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Signal Name
TMDS DAT A2TMDS DAT A2+
TMDS DAT A2 SHIELD
NC
NC
DDC Clock
DDC Data
NC
TMDS DAT A1TMDS DAT A1+
TMDS DAT A1 SHIELD
NC
Pin No.
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
Signal Name
NC
NC
GND
Hot Plug Detect
TMDS DAT A0TMDS DAT A0+
TMDS DAT A0 SHIELD
NC
NC
TMDS CLOCK SHIELD
TMDS CLOCK+
TMDS CLOCK-
„ Connecting the FP-3700T
When connecting Pro-face’s FP-3700T to a PS-B unit using the FP-DV01-100<10m>
cable, be sure to change the dip switch settings on the PS-B unit’s main circuit board.
Refer to the following figure when changing the settings. For details about dip switch
positions, refer to 1.3 PS-B Part Names and Features.
The factory settings for switches 1 to 4 are all OFF.
ON
ON
OFF
1
2
3
SW1
Reserved
SW2
Reserved
Reserved
SW3
4
SW #4 : OFF → ON
OFF
Default
All OFF
*1
SW4
FP-3700T
(with FP-DV01-100)
Different monitor
*1 When SW4 is ON and used together with a second RGB monitor, the screen
display resolution is fixed to XGA.
• When using Pro-face’s FP Series, be sure to read that unit’s
User Manual prior to operation.
• When using a DVI-D monitor together with a second RGB
monitor, some RGB monitors may not be able to be used, so
please include a monitor test in your system testing.
• When using Pro-face’s FP-DV01-50<5m> cable, use this dip
switch’s default setting.
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PS-B External Views and Dimensions
1.5.1 PS-B Unit
Unit: mm[in.]
Top
118[4.65]
260[10.24]
265[10.43]
39[1.54]
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260[10.24]
Unit: mm[in.]
Top
265[10.43]
41[1.61] 118[4.65]
Side
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1.5.3 With RS-232C/RS-485 Conversion Unit Attached
Unit: mm[in.]
Top
21.5[0.85]
39[1.54]
260[10.24]
265[10.43]
118[4.65]
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1.5.4 With Mounting Bracket Attached
„ Vertical Installation
118[4.65]
137[5.39]
155[6.10]
260[10.24]
39[1.54]
29[1.14]
16[0.63]
228[8.98]
170[6.69]
170[6.69]
35
[1.38]
55[2.17]
170[6.69]
Unit: mm[in.]
265.5[10.45]
Top
Left
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260[10.24]
39[1.54]
155[6.10]
228[8.98]
170[6.69]
118[4.65]
137[5.39]
29[1.14]
16[0.63]
170[6.69]
55[2.17]
35
[1.38]
170[6.69]
Unit: mm[in.]
118.5[4.67]
Top
Left
Front
Right
„ Magnified View of Mounting Bracket Installation Slot
0]
.1
[0
.5
R2
20[0.79]
5[0.20]
2]
0.2
.5[
R5
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„ Attachment Bracket Attachment Screw Hole Dimensions
Use the following dimension drawing to drill the attachment bracket attachment
screw holes in the installation panel. Use M4 size screws.
‹
Unit: mm[in.]
Only PS-B Unit
4-M4
(118[4.65])
137 ± 0.5
[5.39 ± 0.02]
(55[2.17]) 170 ± 0.5[6.69 ± 0.02]
260[10.24]
(55[2.17]) 170 ± 0.5[6.69 ± 0.02]
260[10.24]
4-M4
(265[10.43])
284 ± 0.5[11.18 ± 0.02]
(155[6.10])
(302[11.89])
Vertical Installation
‹
Horizontal Installation
With CD-ROM/FD Units Attached
Unit: mm[in.]
170±0.5
(55)
(260)
4-M4
(159)
178±0.5
(196)
Vertical Installation
• Depending on the panel's material and design, the panel's installation surface may need to be strengthened. If high levels of vibration
are expected and the PS-B unit'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-B unit's weight.
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1. Installing Optional Units and
Expansion Boards
2. Installing the PS-B Unit
3. Wiring
Chapter
2 Hardware Installation
This chapter describes the installation of optional units and expansion boards, as
well as the PS-B unit setup and wiring procedures.
2.1
Installing Optional Units and Expansion Boards
A wide variety of optional units and expansion boards (PCI bus compatible board
*1) manufactured by Digital Electronics Corporation can be used with the PS-B.
Unscrew the four (4) cover attachment screws, and remove the cover. Install the
desired unit and/or expansion board as shown in the "„ PS-B Internal View"
drawing.
For the detailed optional unit installation procedures, refer to that unit's "Installation Guide".
WARNINGS
• Be sure to disconnect the power cord from the power supply
and confirm that power is not supplied to the PS-B unit before installing any optional units 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 PS-B unit's chassis.
1. Including PCI 2.20.
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„ Removing the PS-B Unit's Cover
Lay the PS-B unit on its side and remove the four (4) cover attachment screws.
Slide the cover in the direction shown and then up to remove it. (When reattaching
the screws, use a torque of 0.6 to 0.8N•m.)
Removing the rear face Maintenance Cover allows you to easily remove optional units and expansion boards. To remove
this cover, unscrew the attachment screws (2), and lift up the
cover. (See drawing below). (When reattaching the screws,
use a torque of 0.5 to 0.6N•m.)
Can be removed
by hand
2)
1)
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„ PS-B Internal View
Expansion Board Interface
(From the bottom,
SLOT1, SLOT2, SLOT3)
Unit Installation
Area
The HDD and CF
Card units are
installed here.
Expansion Board Stays
These stays absorb vibration and hold the
expansion boards in place.
„ Installing Expansion Board Stays
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„ Installing Expansion Board Stays
Each Expansion Board Stay is designed to support (brace) an Expansion Board. It
will also reduce the amount of vibration that reaches the board.
Each stay has two (2) attachment screws. Prior to installing an expansion board,
remove the stay's 2 attachment screws and remove the stay. Next, after the board is
installed, position the Stay so that its sponge cushion is resting on top of the
board. Reattach the Stay's 2 attachment screws and adjust the height of the Stay so
that it is pushing down lightly on the board. Tighten both screws to secure the stay.
Sponge
Expansion Board
Expansion Board Stay
Expansion Board Stay
Set Screws
Expansion Board
(Front)
(Rear)
Expansion Board
Interface
The Expansion Board Stay’s position can be adjusted using the slotted openings in
the cover. When the desired position is found, tighten the screws to secure the
Stay in place.
SLOT3 Screw Hole
SLOT2 Screw Hole
SLOT1 Screw Hole
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„ USB Cable Clamp Band
The PS-B unit’s Cable Clamp Band is designed to prevent the USB connector
from accidentally coming loose due to problems like vibration, bumping, etc.
Attach the clamp holder and clamp band as shown below to secure the connector
in place.
To use the Clamp Band with two cables, attach it as shown
below. Be sure not to attach the band vertically.
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2.2
Installing the PS-B Unit
2.2.1 PS-B Unit Installation Cautions
„ Ambient Temperature
• The PS-B is designed for vertical installation and the cooling should be performed by a cooling fan instead of natural air circulation.
• Check the ambient temperature at the positions shown in the illustrations
below. Temperatures exceeding the proper ambient temperature (5 to 50°C)
may lead to product breakdown.
100mm[3.94in.]
100mm[3.94in.]
Installed Vertically
Installed Horizontally
„ Installation Angle
• Be sure and try to install the PS-B in an upright position in order to minimize
the heat accumulation within the PS-B.
Cooling Fan
Cooling Fan
Installed Vertically
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„ Installation Area
• Avoid overheating of the PS-B by not installing the unit near other heat-producing devices.
• Keep the PS-B away from arc-generating devices such as magnetic switches
and non-fuse breakers.
• Avoid operating the PS-B in environments where corrosive gases are generated.
• To ensure maintainability, operability, and ventilation of the PS-B, be sure to
allow a minimum of 50mm clearance between the PS-B and adjacent structure
or equipment (70mm clearance is required to the side of a fan). Also, be sure to
include sufficient clearance by considering the size and shape of connectors
and space required for removing and inserting an expansion board while the
PS-B is in the installed position.
‹ Installed Vertically
Unit: mm[in.]
Side View
Front View
50[1.97]
50[1.97]
50
[1.97]
70[2.76]
50
[1.97]
50
[1.97]
‹ Installed Horizontally
Side View
50[1.97]
Front View
50[1.97]
50[1.97]
50[1.97]
50[1.97]
70[2.76]
‹ Attached to Wall/Side of Panel
Side View
Front View
50[1.97]
50[1.97]
50
[1.97]
70[2.76]
50[1.97]
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„ Vibrations and Shocks
• When moving the PS-B mounted on a rack on casters, excessive vibrations and
physical shocks may exert on the hard disk drive. Be sure to take extra cautions
in the handling.
PS-B Configuration
Vibration Endurance
With HDD unit
4.9 m/s2
With CD-ROM/FDD unit
9.8 m/s2
Without a drive
19.6 m/s2
• The hard disk drive is a high-precision unit. Avoid subjecting it to
sudden movement or shocks. Especially when the PS-B is turned
ON, do not change the direction of the unit or reposition the unit ,
even when it is on a table. Doing so may cause a hard disk malfunction.
• When using a fan to provide forced-air cooling, be sure that streams
of air do not blow directly on the hard disk. These streams may cause
a hard disk malfunction.
2.2.2
Installation Procedures
Use the following procedures to install the PS-B on a panel.
Before attempting the installation, be sure to read "PS-B Unit Installation Cautions" thoroughly to ensure safe and proper installation.
1. Attach the mounting bracket to the PS-B main unit by using the provided four (4)
screws. Be sure that the mounting bracket is attached in the correct direction.
Installed Vertically
(With CD-ROM/FD drive unit attached)
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Installed Horizontally
(With CD-ROM/FD drive unit attached)
Be sure not to use excessive force when tightening the screws. Product damage can result from over-tightening. The appropriate tightening
torque is from 1.0 to 1.2 N•m.
2. Drill installation screw holes in the panel.
Be sure to follow the dimensions given for the installation slots and prepare, if
necessary, the installation surface of the panel (i.e. attach supports, etc.).
1.5.4 With Mounting Bracket Attached „Attachment Bracket
Attachment Screw Hole Dimensions
3. Attach the PS-B main unit to the panel using M4 screws.
First, insert the screws to the installation holes on the panel. However, do not
tighten the screws at this point. Next, install the PS-B unit in the panel by
hanging the mounting bracket screws holes over the screw heads. Finally,
tighten all mounting bracket screws to secure the PS-B unit in place.
Screw
Screw Screw
Installed Vertically
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2.3
2.3.1
Wiring
Connecting the Power Cord
Connect the power cord to the power input terminal located on the front face of the
PS-B unit.
Power Input Terminal
Input terminal for the power supply
of AC 100V/AC 240 V. "L" is for the
Power Switch
live state and "N" is for the neutral
state.
L
N
Ground terminal
connected to the
FG
enclosure of the PSB.<Screw Size: M3>
Power Input Terminal Block
Be sure to follow the procedure below to connect the power cord.
WARNINGS
• Be sure that power is not being supplied to the PS-B when
connecting the power cord; otherwise, electrical shocks or
product breakdown may result.
• Be sure that the PS-B is operated under the rated power supply voltage; otherwise, a fire, electrical shock hazards, and
product breakdown may result.
(1) Be sure that the PS-B is turned off.
(2) Remove the terminal cover by using a Phillips screwdriver.
(3) Unscrew and remove the middle screws (3) from the terminal block. Next,
align each crimp contact *1 with its screw hole and tighten the screw.
Black
L
N
Ø3.2 mm[0.13] min.
White
FG
Green/Yellow
6.0 mm
[0.24] max.
1. Recommended crimp contact: Equivalent of V1.25-3 manufactured by J.S.T. Mfg Co., Ltd.
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• Check the crimp contact cord and be sure to attach it to the
correct position.
• The proper tightening torque is 0.5 N•m.
• To prevent the possibility of a crimp terminal short, use a
crimp terminal that has an insulating sleeve.
(4) Reattach the terminal cover to the original position.
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2.3.2 Power Supply Precautions
This section provides the precautions in supplying power to the PS-B. Be sure to
take the precautions and connect the power cord to the power input terminal block
on the rear face of the PS-B.
Twistedpair cable
Constant
voltage
transformer
PS-B
FG
TwistedConstant
voltage
transformer
• If the expected voltage fluctuations exceed the
specified range, connect a constant voltage
transformer.
7.1 General Specifications
pair cable
PS-B
FG
• Use a low-noise power supply between the
lines and between the PS-B and its ground. If
there is excessive noise, connect an insulating
transformer (noise-prevention type).
• Be sure to use a constant voltage
transformer or insulating transformer
with capacity of 200 VA or more.
AC 100 V
Main
power
PS-B power
PS-B
• Wire the power supply of the PS-B separately
from the wiring of I/O and motor devices.
source
source
I/O
I/O device
power
Main
source
PS-B power
power
source
AC 200 V
source
PS-B
T1
T2
I/O power
source
I/O device
• In order to improve the noise immunity,
attaching a ferrite core to the power cord is
recommended.
• Isolate the main circuit (high voltage and large
current) line, I/O signal lines, and power cord,
and do not bind or bring then in close contact.
I/O device
Motor
Main circuit power source
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• As the countermeasures for surge from lightning, connect a lightning surge absorber.
Twisted-pair cable
PS-B
AC
FG
E1
E2
Lightning surge absorber
• Ground the lightning surge absorber (E1) and the PS-B (E2) separately
• Select a lightning surge absorber that will not exceed the maximum
allowable circuit voltage, even when the power supply voltage rises
to the maximum.
2.3.3
Grounding Precautions
(a) Dedicated Ground: Optimal
Another
device
PS-B
• Designate the ground from the FG terminal
on the rear face of the PS-B as a dedicated
ground as illustrated in figure (a).
Type-D Ground
(b) Shared Ground: Acceptable
Another
PS-B
device
Type-D Ground
(c) Shared Ground: Not acceptable
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device
• If a dedicated ground cannot be provided,
use a shared ground as illustrated in figure
(b).
• Be sure to use grounding wire of 2 mm2 or
thicker. The grounding point should be as
close to the PS-B as possible to make the
grounding wires as short as possible. When
the grounding wire should be long, use
thick, insulated wires and lay the wires
through conduits.
• FG and SG are connected inside the PS-B
main unit. When connecting with other
device, designate the system configuration
so that it won't form a SG short-circuit loop.
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2.3.4 Precautions When Connecting I/O Signal Lines
• Be sure to lay the I/O signal lines separately from the cable of the motor circuit
system.
• If the motor circuit cable cannot be wired as a separate system, use shielded
cables and ground one end of the shield to the FG terminal of the PS-B.
• In order to improve the noise immunity, attaching a ferrite core to the power
cord is recommended.
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3.1 Setup Procedures
3.2 System Parameters
Chapter
3
System Setup
This chapter explains how to enter the PS-2000B Series Unit's system settings, as well
as the cautions required both before and during set up.
3.1
Setup Procedures
Normally, use only the factory (default) settings.
Note:
The following settings are those pre-set at the factory.
1) Connect a keyboard to the PS-B.
2) Turn the PS-B's power ON.
3) After the message "Press <F2> to Enter SETUP" appears, press the [F2]
key until the following screen appears.
CMOS Setup Utility - Copyright (C) 1984-2001 Award Software
Standard CMOS Features
Frequency/Voltage Control
Advanced BIOS Features
Load Fail-Safe Defaults
Advanced Chipset Features
Load Optimized Defaults
Integrated Peripherals
Set Supervisor Password
Power Management Setup
Set User Password
PnP/PCI Configurations
Save & Exit Setup
Syetem Monitor Setup
Exit Without Saving
↑↓→←: Select Item
Esc: Quit
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) Use the arrow keys to move the cursor to the desired selection.
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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):
Tue,Jul 2 2001
14 : 50 : 3
IDE
IDE
IDE
IDE
[None]
[None]
[None]
[None]
Primary Master
Primary Slave
Secondary Master
Secondary Slave
Item Help
Menu Level
Change the day, month,
year and century
Drive A
Drive B
[None]
[None]
Video
Halt On
[EGA/VGA]
[All,But Keyboard]
Base Memory
Externded Memory
Total Memory
640K
129024K
130048K
↑↓→←: 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-B unit's internal calendar and clock allow you to set the date. The day
of the week is automatically set. The mm/dd/yy (Jan. 1, 2002) format is factory
set prior to shipping.
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-B 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
„ IDE Primary (Secondary) Master (Slave)
Displays the name of the IDE type Hard Disk connected to the PS-B.
Pressing the [Enter] key will call up the Parameter settings menu.
For details, refer to 3.2.2 IDE HDD Auto Detection
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„ Drive A (B)
This setting determines the format used by the PS-B's internal floppy disk
drive. The available settings are [None], [360K - 5.25in], [720K - 3.5in],
[1.44M - 3.5in], or [2.88M, 3.5in]. The factory settings are Drive A
[None] and Drive B [None] 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 Slave
Access Mode
Item Help
Menu Level
[Auto]
[Auto]
To auto-detec 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 automaticaly detected. [Capacity] is set automaticaly.
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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
Processor Number Feature
Quick Power On Self Test
First Boot Device
Second Boot Device
Third Boot Device
Fourth Boot Device
Swap Floopy Drive
Boot Up Floppy Seek
Boot Up NumLock Status
Typematic Rate Setting
x Typematic Rate(Chars/Sec)
x Typematic Delay (Msec)
Security Option
FirstWare Language
Authentication Level
OS Select For DRAM > 64MB
HDD S.M.A.R.T. Capability
Report No FDD For WIN 95
Video BIOS Shadow
Small Logo (EPA) Show
[Disabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Floppy]
[HDD-0]
[CDROM]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Enabled]
[On]
[Disabled]
[6]
[250]
[Set up]
[English]
[Low]
[Non-OS2]
[Disabled]
[No]
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
Item Help
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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 an 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
This setting determines the usage of the CPU's internal cache memory. The
available settings are [Disabled] or [Enabled]. The factory default setting is
[Enabled] and is recommended for most users.
„ External Cache
This setting enables/disables external cache memory. The available settings are
[Disabled] or [Enabled]. The factory default setting is [Enabled] and is recommended for most users.
„ CPU L2 Cache ECC Checking
This setting turns ON or OFF external(L2) SEcondary Cache Memory's ECC
(Error Check Correction). The available settings are [Disabled] and [Enabled].
The factory default setting is [Enabled] and is recommended for most users.
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„ Processor Number Feature
This option appears only when the CPU is a Pentium® III processor. If this setting
is set to Enabled, it will check the CPU's serial number. If you do not need to
know the serial number, set this option to [Disabled]. If this is turned ON, use the
"Serial Number Control Program" found on Intel's web site to perform the check.
„ 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/ Fourth Boot Device
The selections for the search drive sequence of the operating system. The available settings are [Floppy], [LS120], [HDD-0], [SCSI], [CDROM], [HDD-1],
[HDD-2], [HDD-3], [ZIP100], [USB-FDD], [USB-ZIP], [USB-CDROM], [USBHDD], [LAN], and [Disabled]. Factory settings are: First: [Floppy], Second:
[HDD-0], Third: [CDROM], Fourth: [Disabled].
„ Swap Floppy Drive
This setting swaps Drives A and B. The available settings are [Disabled] or
[Enabled]. The factory default setting is [Disabled] and is recommended for most
users.
„ 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.
„ 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.
„ 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.
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„ 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]
[SET USER PASSWORD]
3.2.14 Set Supervisor Password
3.2.15 Set User Password
„ FirstWare Language
This PS Series unit does not contain the FirstWare Language selection.
Plese do not set/use this setting.
„ Authentication Level
Selections can be [High], [Medium], or [Low]. Factory setting is [Low].
„ OS Select For DRAM > 64MB
The available settings are [Non-OS2] and [OS2]. The factory default settting is
[Non-OS2] and is recommended for most users.
„ HDD S.M.A.R.T Capability
This feature enables/disables the HDD unit's SMART (Self-Monitoring
Analysis and Reporting Technology) feature. The available selections are
[Enabled] and [Disabled], [Disabled] is factory set and recommended for
most users.
„ Report No FDD For WIN 95
This setting determines if the FDD node is reported by BIOS to WIN95. The
available settings are [No] and [Yes]. The factory default setting is [No] and is
recommended for most users.
„ Video BIOS Shadow
This feature enables/disables copying of Video BIOS to RAMF (video
accellerator). The available selections are [Enabled] and [Disabled], [Enabled]
is factory set and recommended for most users.
„ 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 Chipset Featrues
SDRAM CAS Latency Time
SDRAM Cycle Time Tras/Trc
SDRAM RAS-to-CAS Delay
SDRAM RAS Precharge Time
System BIOS Cacheable
Video BIOS Cacheable
Memory Hole At 15M-16M
CPU Latency Timer
Delayed Transaction
AGP Graphics Aperture Size
On-Chip Video Window Size
[3]
[Auto]
[Auto]
[Auto]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[64MB]
[64MB]
Item Help
Menu Level
↑↓→←:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:General Help
F5:Previous Values
F6:Fail-Safe Defaults
F7:Optimized Defaults
„ SDRAM CAS Latency Time
Designates the clock counts used, from the enabling of CAS to the start
of the burst transmission. Can be set to either [3] or [2]. Factory default
setting is [3] and strongly recommended for most users.
„ SDRAM Cycle Time Trans/Trc
Designates the number of SLCK's for an access cycle, i.e. the minumum
required time from when a bank is activated to the activation of an
identical bank. Settings are [7/9], [5/7] or [Auto]. Factory default setting
is [Auto] and strongly recommended for most users.
„ SDRAM RAS-to-CAS Delay
Designates the timing delay used between RAS and CAS strobe signals.
Settings are [2], [3], or [Auto]. Factory default setting is [Auto] and
strongly recommended for most users.
„ SDRAM RAS Precharge Time
Designates the pre-charge time value used, to allow RAS to accumulte its
charge before DRAM refresh. Settings are [2], [3], or [Auto]. Factory default
setting is [Auto] and strongly recommended for most users.
„ System BIOS Cacheable
Sets whether the System BIOS’ Cache is used or not. When the OS is set to use
this cache, the PS-B 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.
„ Memory Hole At 15M-16M
This setting determines whether to designate the memory space from 15MB to
16MB as the buffer area for the ISA bus card. The available settings are [Disabled] and [Enabled]. The factory default setting is [Disabled] and is recommended for most users.
„ CPU Latency Timer
If Enabled, a deferrable CPU cycle will only be Deferred after it has been in a
Snoop Stall for 31 scans and another ADS# has arrived. If Disabled, changeable
CPU cycles will be changed after an ADS number is received.
„ Delayed Transaction
Designates the length of the pre-charge time. The available settings are [Enabled]
and [Disabled]. The factory default setting is [Enabled] and is recommended.
„ AGP Graphics Aperture Size
Designates the address range used for PCI memory addresses allocated to AGP
graphic memory. The available settings are [64MB] or [32MB]. [64MB] is the
factory setting.
„ On-Chip Video Window Size
Designates the on-chip video window size used by the VGA driver. The available
settings are [Disabled] and [64MB]. The factory default setting is [64MB] and is
recommended for most users.
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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
On-Chip Primary PCI IDE
On-Chip Seconary PCI IDE
IDE Primary Master PIO
IDE Primary Slave PIO
IDE Secondary Master PIO
IDE Secondary Slave PIO
IDE Primary Master UDMA
IDE Primary Slave UDMA
IDE Secondary Master UDMA
IDE Secondary Slave UDMA
USB Controller
USB Keyboard Support
USB Mouse Support
Init Display First
AC97 Audio
Onboard LAN1
Onboard LAN2
IDE HDD Block Mode
Onboard FDC Controller
Onboard Serial Port 1
Onboard Serial Port 2
Onboard Parallel Port
x Parallel Port Mode
x EPP Mode Select
x ECP Mode Use DMA
Onboard Serial Port 3
Serial Port 3 Use IRQ
Onboard Serial Port 4
Serial Port 4 Use IRQ
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Auto]
[Auto]
[Auto]
[Auto]
[Auto]
[Auto]
[Auto]
[Auto]
[Enabled]
[Auto]
[Disabled]
[PCI Slot]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[3F8/IRQ4]
[2F8/IRQ3]
[Disabled]
SPP
EPP1,7
3
[3E8]
[IRQ11]
[2E8]
[IRQ10]
Item Help
Menu Level
↑↓→←:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:General Help
F5:Previous Values
F6:Fail-Safe Defaults
F7:Optimized Defaults
„ On-Chip Primary (Secondary) PCI IDE
Designates the internal IDE port's setting. The two selections available are
[Disabled] and [Enabled]. The [Enabled] selection is factory set and recommended for most users.
„ IDE Primary (Secondary) Master (Slave) PIO
Designates the Primary (Secondary) Master Drive's PIO (Programmed Input/
Output) Operation Mode. The selections available are [Auto], [Mode0],
[Mode1], [Mode2], [Mode3], or [Mode4]. The [Auto] selection is factory set
and recommended for most users.
„ IDE Primary (Secondary) Master (Slave) UDMA
Designates the Primary (Secondary) Master Drive's UDMA Operation Mode.
The two selections available are [Auto] or [Disabled]. The [Auto] selection is
factory set and recommended for most users.
„ USB Controller
Select [Enabled] or [Disable] when attaching a USB device. The [Disabled]
selection is factory set and recommended for most users. When using the USB
I/F or the USB connector for connecting the touch panel, set this item to
“Enabled”.
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„ USB Keyboard Support
Select [Enabled] or [Disable] if your system contains a USB controller
and you wish to use a USB keyboard. The available settings are [Disabled] and [Enabled]. The factory default setting is [Auto]. If, however,
the USB Controller is set to [Disabled], this setting cannot be changed.
„ USB Mouse Support
This setting allows you to connect a USB mouse, even if the OS does
not support it. It allows the BIOS to use a mouse driver and treats the
mouse as if it were a PS/2 type mouse.The available settings are [Disabled] and [Enabled]. The factory default setting is [Auto]. If, however,
the USB Controller is set to [Disabled], this setting cannot be changed.
„ 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].
„ AC97 Audio
Enables or disables the 810 chipset support for AC97 Audio. The
available settings are [Disabled] or [Auto]. The factory default setting is
[Auto].
„ Onboard LAN 1 (2)
Disables/enables the LAN connector. The available settings are [Disabled] and [Enabled]. The factory default setting is [Enabled].
„ Internal EDID
The available settings are [Disabled] and [Enabled]. The factory default setting
is [Disabled].
„ 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 FDC Controller
Designates whether the PS-B'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-B's Serial Port 1 I/O address. 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.
„ Onboard Serial Port 2
Designates the PS-B's Serial Port2 I/O address. 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.
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„ Onboard Parallel Port
Normally not used. The [Disabled] selection is factory set and recommended
for most users.
„ Parallel Port Mode
Normally not used.
„ EPP Mode Select
Normally not used.
„ ECP Mode Use DMA
Normally not used.
„ PWRON After PWR-Fail
This feature is not supported.
„ Onboard Serial Port 3
Designates the interupt number for the PS-B's on-board Serial Port3. The
selections include [3F8], [2F8], [3E8] or [2E8]. The [3E8] selection is
factory set and recommended for most users.
„ Serial Port 3 Use IRQ
Designates the interupt number for the PS-B's on-board Serial Port3.The
selections include [IRQ9], [IRQ10], [IRQ11] or [IRQ15]. The [IRQ11]
selection is factory set and recommended for most users.
„ Onboard Serial Port 4
Designates the interupt number for the PS-B's on-board Serial Port4. The
selections include [3F8], [2F8], [3E8] or [2E8]. The [2E8] selection is
factory set and recommended for most users.
„ Serial Port 4 Use IRQ
Designates the interupt number for the PS-B's on-board Serial Port4. The
selections include [IRQ9], [IRQ10], [IRQ11] or [IRQ15]. The [IRQ10]
selection is factory set and recommended for most users.
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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
Video Off Method
Video Off In Suspend
Suspend Type
Suspend Mode
HDD Power Down
Wake-up by PCI card
[Enabled]
[ User Define]
[DPMS]
[Yes]
[Stop Grant]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
Item Help
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**Reload Global Timer Events**
Primary IDE 0
[Disabled]
Primary IDE 1
[Disabled]
Secondary IDE 0
[Disabled]
Secondary IDE 1
[Disabled]
FDD,COM,LPT Port
[Disabled]
PCI PIRQ[A-D]#
[Disabled]
↑↓→←: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.
„ 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 Supported]. 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 Supported] 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.
„ Video Off In Suspend
Designates how the monitor is blanked. The available settings are [Yes] and
[No]. The factory default setting is [Yes].
*1 This standard is approved by the VESA (Video Electronics Standards Association).
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„ Suspend Type
Designates the type of suspend method used. The available settings are [Stop
Grant] and [PWRON Suspend]. The factory default setting is [Stop Grant].
„ Suspend Mode
When enabled, designates the period of time before all devices except the CPU
are shut down. The available settings are [1Min], [2Min], [4Min], [8Min],
[12Min], [20Min], [30Min], [40Min], [1Hour] and [Disabled]. The factory
default setting is [Disabled].
„ HDD Power Down
After the hard disk's motor stops, this setting designates the length of time until
the PS-B unit enters energy-saving mode. The available selections are[1Min],
[2Min], [3Min], [4Min], [5Min], [6Min], [7Min], [8Min], [9Min], [10Min],
[11Min], [12Min], [13Min], [14Min], [15Min] or [Disabled]. [Disabled] is
factory set and recommended for most users.
„ Wake-Up by PCI Card
Enables/disables waking up the PS-B's system via an expansion board signal.
The two selections available are [Disabled] and [Enabled]. The [Disabled]
selection is factory set and recommended for most users.
„ **Reload Global Timer Events**
This feature sets the event that reloads the amount (period) of PS-B unit idle
time prior to changing to energy-saving mode. Thus, when an event occurs for
any of the items in this area that are set to [Enabled], the PS-B unit will recover
from energy-saving mode.Enabled/disabled is possble for the following settings: Primary IDE 0, Primary IDE 1, Secondary IDE 0, Secondary IDE 1,
FDD, COM, LPT Port, PCI PIRQ[A-D]#. Factory settings are [Disabled] and
recommended for most users.
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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
Reset Configuration Data
Resources Controlled By
x IRQ Resources
x DMA Resources
PCI/VGA Palette Snoop
Assign IRQ For VGA
INT Pin 1 Assignment
INT Pin 2 Assignment
INT Pin 3 Assignment
INT Pin 4 Assignment
INT Pin 5 Assignment
INT Pin 6 Assignment
INT Pin 7 Assignment
INT Pin 8 Assignment
[Disabled]
[Auto(ESCD)]
[Press Enter]
[Press Enter]
[Disabled]
[Enabled]
[Auto]
[Auto]
[Auto]
[Auto]
[Auto]
[Auto]
[Auto]
[Auto]
Item Help
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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
„ 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 assign3.2.8 IRQ Resources
ment.
„ DMA Resources
When [Resources Controlled By] is set to [Manual], manually set each DMA
3.2.9 DMA Resources
assignment.
„ PCI/VGA Pallet 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.
„ Assign IRQ For VGA
Designates if the interrupt used by the VGA controller is enabled or disabled.
The two selections available are [Disabled] and [Enabled]. The [Enabled]
selection is factory set and recommended for most users.
„ INT Pin 1(2/3/4/5/6/7/8) Assignment
Used when manually allocating the PCI interrupt signal to an IRQ. Select either
[Auto], [3], [4], [5], [7], [9], [10], [11], [12], [14], or [15]. Factory setting is [Auto].
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3.2.8 IRQ Resources
Select IRQ Resources from the PnP/ PCI Configurations 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
[PCI/ISA
[PCI/ISA
[PCI/ISA
[PCI/ISA
[PCI/ISA
[PCI/ISA
[PCI/ISA
[PCI/ISA
[PCI/ISA
PnP]
PnP]
PnP]
PnP]
PnP]
PnP]
PnP]
PnP]
PnP]
PnP]
Item Help
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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/ISA PnP] .. Select to use a PnP-ready PCI or ISA card.
[Legacy ISA] .... Select to use a non-PnP ISA card.
The initial settings are all [PCI/ISA PnP].
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3.2.9 DMA Resources
Selecting DMA Resources from the PnP/PCI Configuration menu and the following screen will appear.
Phoenix - AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility
DMA Resources
DMA-0
DMA-1
DMA-3
DMA-5
DMA-6
DMA-7
assigned to
assigned to
assigned to
assigned to
assigned to
assigned to
[PCI/ISA
[PCI/ISA
[PCI/ISA
[PCI/ISA
[PCI/ISA
[PCI/ISA
PnP]
PnP]
PnP]
PnP]
PnP]
PnP]
Item Help
Menu Level
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
„ DMA-0 (1/3/5/6/7) 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/ISA PnP] .. Select to use a PnP-ready PCI or ISA card.
[Legacy ISA] .... Select to use a non-PnP ISA card.
The initial settings are all [PCI/ISA PnP].
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3.2.10 System Monitor Setup
Select PC Health Status from the System Monitor Setup and the following screen will
appear.
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System Monitor Setup
CPU Warning Temperature
System Warning Temperature
Warning Voltage Vcore A
Warning Voltage Vcore B
Warning Voltage +3.3V
Warning Voltage +5V
Warning Voltage +12V
Warning Voltage -12V
CPU FAN Speed Limit
Power FAN Speed L i m i t
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
Item Help
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↑↓→←:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:General Help
F5:Previous Values
F6:Fail-Safe Defaults
F7:Optimized Defaults
„ CPU Warning Temperature
This setting designates the CPU temperature at which a warning will be issued.
The available settings are [70°C/158°F], [75°C/167°F], [80°C/176°F], [85°C/
185°F], [90°C/194°F] and [Disabled]. The factory default setting is [Disabled].
• When using a PentiumIII 1GHz CPU, select the [75°C/158°F] setting. When using a Celeron 566MHz CPU, select the [90°C/194°F]
setting.
„ System Warning Temperature
This setting designates the system temperature at which a warning will be issued.
The available settings are [70°C/158°F], [75°C/167°F], [80°C/176°F], [85°C/
185°F], [90°C/194°F] and [Disabled]. The factory default setting is [Disabled].
„ Warning Voltage Vcore A
When enabled, this setting designates that a warning will be issued if the CPU
core voltage change exceeds that level. The available settings are [+/-6%], [+/8%] and [Disabled]. The factory default setting is [Disabled].
„ Warning Voltage Vcore B
When enabled, this setting designates that a warning will be issued if the CPU
core voltage change exceeds that level. The available settings are [+/-6%], [+/8%] and [Disabled]. The factory default setting is [Disabled].
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„ 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 [+/-6%], [+/8%] 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 [+/-6%], [+/8%] 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 [+/-6%], [+/8%] 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 [+/-6%], [+/8%] 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 [-30%], [-50%] 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 [-30%], [-50%] and [Disabled]. The
factory default setting is [Disabled].
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3.2.11 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
[Enabled]
Spread Spectrum
[Disabled]
Item Help
Menu Level
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.
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3.2.12 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].
3.2.13 Load Optimized Defaults
Selecting [Load Optimized Defaults] designates whether or not you will revert to
the PS-B unit’s factory settings. The selections are [Y] and [N].
Note: When the PS-B unit uses its factory settings, the USB interface
cannot be used. For information about connecting the Touch Panel
via the USB connector, see 1.2.1 Setting Up the Touch Panel Connection. For information about connecting the USB I/F, see 1.2.2 Using
the USB Interface.
3.2.14 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.
3.2.3 ADVANCED BIOS FEATURES
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3.2.15 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
•
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.
3.2.16 Save & Exit Setup
This feature saves the settings entered in the Setup Utility and restarts the PS-B
unit.
3.2.17 Exit Without Saving
This feature quits the Setup Utility program without saving any settings entered.
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1. CD-ROM Contents
2. Setting up Your PS-B Unit
3. Installing Drivers
4. Application Features
5. Windows®2000 and Windows®XP Usage Cautions
Chapter
4 Setting up Your PS-B Unit
An accessory CD-ROM disk is included with the PS-B unit. This CD-ROM
contains special programs designed for the PS-B that are not supported by standard versions of Windows®2000 and Windows®XP.
4.1
CD-ROM Contents
4.1.1 Software
This section explains the organization of the software included in the accessory
CD-ROM.
PS-2000B User Manual & Driver CD
[Driver]
[Audio]
[Chipset]
Audio Driver
<Supported OS types>
Windows®2000
Windows®XP
Chipset Driver
<Supported OS types>
Windows®2000
Display Driver
<Supported OS types>
Windows®2000
Windows®XP
[Win2000]
[Display]
[Manual]
[Eng]
[Jpn]
[Reader]
[Eng]
[Jpn]
<User Manual>
PDF Manual (English Version)
PDF Manual (Japanese Version)
<PDF Reader>
Acrobat®Reader (English Version)
Acrobat®Reader (Japanese Version)
[Utility]
[Shutdown]
<PS-B Utility Tools>
Remote Shutdown
[RASSvr]
Remote RAS Server for PC
[Win2000]
Utility Setup
<Supported OS types>
Windows®2000
[WinXP]
Windows®XP
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4.2
Setting up Your PS-B Unit
There are two types of PS-B 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-B
unit using a hard disk with no pre-installed OS.
For an explanation of how to set up a PS-B 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-B unit. If it is not, please
install one prior to going to the next step.
PSB-HD020 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.
PSB-HD020 Installation guide
„ Setting Up the OS
Install your operating system. For detailed setup procedures, refer to that product's
installation manual.
The PS-B unit supports Windows®2000 and Windows®XP. PS-B unit performance cannot be guaranteed when any other operating system is used.
„ PS-B Utility Setup
Install the necessary drivers and utility software from the "PS-2000B Series User
Manual & Driver CD".
• A PS/2 (mini-DIN) type keyboard is required to install the
OS.
• When using a touch panel display with the PS-B, the touch
panel will require an optional mouse emulation software
(UPDD). When installing the mouse emulation software, be
sure to specify the number of the serial cable's COM port.
Visit our website (http://www.pro-face.com/otasuke/) and
download the mouse emulation software (UPDD).
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‹ Installing Software from the PS-2000B Series User Manual & Driver
CD-ROM
To install this software you need to connect Digital Electronics
Corporation's optional CD-ROM/FDD (PSB-CD/FD01) unit to
the PS-B.
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".
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‹ PS-B Hard Disk Data
Setting up the PS-B unit's utilities will create a [Proface] folder on the C drive.
The following diagram describes the configuration of this folder.
[Proface]
[PsbApi]
API-DLL
[Audio]
Audio Driver
[Chipset]
Chipset Driver (Not included with Windows®XP)
[Display]
Graphic Accelerator Driver
[Shutdown]
[Client]
[Sysmon]
Remote Shutdown Client
System Monitor/RAS Application
• The actual organization may differ depending on your PSB unit's OS.
• Setting up the PS-B unit's utilities automatically copies the
hardware control driver (PSSYSMON.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-B unit's HDD unit, which contains the
Windows®2000 or Windows®XP operating system, related drivers and utility
software.
• Each pre-installed operating system is designed specially
for the PS-B unit.
• "Service Pack 4" is included in the Windows®2000 HDD
unit.
• "Service Pack 2" is included in the Windows®XP HDD unit.
„ Installing the HDD Unit
After opening the PS-B unit's packing box, check that a hard disk unit is installed.
If it is not, you will need to install it.
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„ Setting Up the PS-B Unit's System Information
If your PS-B 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.
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-B Hard Disk Data
Setting up the PS-B unit's utilities will create a [Proface] folder on the C drive.
The following diagram describes the configuration of this folder.
[Proface]
[PsbApi]
API-DLL
[Audio]
Audio Driver
[Chipset]
Chipset Driver (Not included with Windows®XP)
[Display]
Graphic Accelerator Driver
[Setup]
CD Image
[Shutdown]
[Client]
[Sysmon]
Remote Shutdown Client
System Monitor/RAS Application
• The actual organization may differ depending on your PSB unit's OS.
• Setting up the PS-B unit's utilities automatically copies the
hardware control driver (PSSYSMON.SYS) to the system
folder.
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4.3
Installing Drivers
Three types of dedicated PS-B drivers (Audio, Chipset, and graphic accelerator)
are available.
Install the required drivers from this data when using a PS-B with no pre-installed
OS or when the system recovery has been performed via the recovery menu.
This explanation given in this section assume that the [Proface] folder has been
created.
Once drivers are installed in the PS-B unit, they cannot be uninstalled.
„ 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 Chipset Driver
Installing the Chipset driver adds the Chipset feature to the OS.
(1) Double-click on the "infinst_autol.exe" file located in the following folder.
Follow the instructions given to install the driver.
C:\Proface\Chipset\infinst_autol.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\Win2K_xpm67.exe" file.
(2) Select [Next]-[Yes]-[Exit], and then restart the system to complete the installation.
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4.4
Special Application Program Features
The special programs designed for the PS-B unit are located in the following folders.
File Name
PSB_RAS.DLL
PSB_DLL.DLL
PSB_IOCS.DLL
PSB_Smon.exe
PSB_Wps.exe
Pssysmon.sys
Windows®XP
Windows®2000
C:\Windows\System32
C:\Winnt\System32
C:\Proface\Sysmon
C:\Proface\Sysmon
C:\Windows\System32\Drivers
C:\Winnt\System32\Drivers
„ API-DLL
These dynamic link libraries allow users to access RAS features via custom-made
applications. The following three types are available.
‹ System Monitoring: PSB_DLL.DLL
This dynamic link library allows users to access the PS-B unit's system monitor
feature.
‹ RAS Features: PSB_IOC.DLL
This dynamic link library allows users to access RAS features via custom-made
PS-B applications.
For details, refer to the API Reference Manual.
‹ Shared Memory Access: PSB_RAS.DLL
This dynamic link library allows users to access shared memory via remote
RAS features.
For details, refer to the API Reference Manual.
„ System Monitoring/RAS Applications: PSB_Smon.exe/
PSB_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: PSB_Smon.exe
5.2.3 System Monitoring Operation (PSB_Smon.exe)
‹ Watchdog Parameter Setup Program: PSB_Wps.exe
5.2.2 System Monitoring Property Settings (PSB_Wps.exe)
„ System File: Pssysmon.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.
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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 [PS-B Driver and Utility] and click [Add/Remove].
Once drivers are installed in the PS-B unit, they cannot be uninstalled.
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-B 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-B 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-B 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-B has a Preinstalled OS
C:\Proface\Setup\I386
1. "xx" is your OS.
Example) When using Windows®XP: "Windows®XP Professional CD-ROM"
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4.5.4 NTFS File System Conversion
If your PS-B 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).
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2.
3.
4.
RAS Features
System Monitor/RAS Features
Remote RAS
Remote Shutdown
Chapter
5 Monitoring Features
5.1
RAS Features
5.1.1 PS-B 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-B unit supports the following Alarm Monitoring and External Input Signal
features.
Error Monitoring
External Input Signal
Power Voltage Alarm
Cooling Fan RPM Alarm
Internal T emperature Alarm
Watchdog Timer Timeup
SMART Alarm
General Signal Input (DIN 4-bit, DIN0 to DIN3)
Remote Reset Input*1
The signal level of the general signal input (DIN) should be 1.5 seconds
or longer; otherwise, it may not be detected.
„ Alarm Processing
The PS-B provides the following alarm processing (processing or external output
signals) in response to the previous page's alarms, or to external signal input.
External Output Signal General Signal Output (DOUT 4-bit, DOUT 0 to DOUT3)
Types of Processing
LED Indicator (2 colors, 1 lamp)
Pop-up Message Output
Buzzer Output
System Shutdown
System Reset
1. The Remote Input feature can be disabled or enabled, however, a forced hardware
reset cannot be set using the LED settings.
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„ System Monitor
The System Monitor feature (software utilities) allows users to enable or disable
the monitoring of any of the above monitoring items and external signal input, as
well as to individually set alarm processing settings.
5.2 System Monitor/RAS Features
In addition, System Monitor includes a dynamic link library (API-DLL) feature
that gives other applications access to RAS features.
5.1.2 RAS Feature Details
„ Error Monitoring
‹ Power Voltage Alarm
Monitors the status of the PS-B 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.
‹ Internal Temperature Alarm
Monitors the internal temperature of the PS-B unit and the ambient temperature
of the CPU.
After configuring the settings via [System Setup], use the System Monitor
feature to enable/disable individual monitoring features, and the monitoring
levels for voltage, fan and temperature.
‹ Watchdog Timer Timeup
This feature monitors the performance of the CPU by writing the CPU's timeup count value from the application to the RAS feature's built-in programmable
timer. Errors are detected when the writing of the count value from the application 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.
‹ 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.
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• 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.
• When using a Software Mirroring Utility PL-SM900 with Rev. C or
before, the SMART Monitoring can not perform.
„ External Input Signals
The RAS interface connector processes the following input signals.
For connector pin arrangements and electrical specifications, refer
to 1.4.2 RAS Interface.
‹ General Signal Input (DIN)
General Signal Input is a general type of digital input and is used for detecting
external device alarms. 4 bits (DIN0 to DIN3) are assigned for this input.
Use the System Monitor Property to turn the monitoring feature ON/OFF and
enter detailed error processing settings.
The signal level of the general signal input (DIN) should be 1.5 seconds
or longer; otherwise, it may not be detected.
‹ Remote Reset Input (RST)
This is the PS-B hardware reset signal sent from an external device. When this
signal is enabled, a forced hardware reset is triggered.
Use the System Monitor Property to turn the Remote Reset Input feature ON/
OFF, and enter detailed error processing settings.
.
„ External Output Signals
The RAS interface connector provides the following output signals.
For connector pin arrangements and electrical specifications, refer
to 1.4.2 RAS Interface.
‹ General Signal Output (DOUT)
General Signal Output is a digital output signal for sending system status
information to external devices. 4 bits (DOUT0 to DOUT3) are assigned for
this output.
This feature can be controlled from an application via the System Monitor APIDLL.
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„ Types of Processing
The PS-B unit can send the following system status information to an external
device.
‹ LED Indicator
The two-color LED is used to indicate PS-B system conditions. It is also used
as a power ON/OFF indicator. The LED is located on the front face of the PS-B
unit.
LED Color
System Status
Green (Lit)
Normal operation (Power ON)
Orange (Lit)
A RAS alarm has occurred
Output Conditions
None
LED is enabled via System Monitor
Property
‹ 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-B unit's built-in speaker to alert the operator about PSB system status.
System Monitor Property is used to enable or disable this feature.
‹ System Shutdown
This feature shuts down the PS-B 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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5.1.3 RAS Feature Overview
BIOS
System Monitor
*1
BIOS Setup
System Properties
Voltage, Fan RPM,
Temperature Alarm
Detection Enable/Disable
*1
Power Alarm, Fan Alarm,
Internal Temperature Alarm,
Output Settings,
*2
Watchdog Timer Value Settings,
Watchdog Reset Enable/Disable
BIOS
System Alarm
Data
Popup
Message
*2
OS Shutdown
User
Application
System Monitoring Application
WDT Reset, RAS
Reset Mask Settings
DIN
DOUT
Driver or API-DLL
Watchdog
Timer
Reset Control
*2
*2
LED
Buzzer
Hardware
Reset
*2 *3
RAS Connector
Green: Power ON
Orange: RAS Error
DIN 4 Ports
DOUT 4 Ports
RESET IN
Hardware
*1 Be sure to adjust these settings according to your system’s specifications.
5.2 System Monitor/RAS Feature
*2 Output via the RAS feature.
*3 Be sure you RAS connector’s wiring is designed for your system’s specifications.
1.4.2 RAS Interface
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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
Phoenix - AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility
System Monitor Setup
Item Help
Shutdown Temperature
System Warning Temperature
CPU Warning Temperature
Warning Voltage Vcore A
Warning Voltage Vcore B
Warning Voltage +3.3V
Warning Voltage +5V
Warning Voltage +12V
Warning Voltage -12V
CPU FAN Speed Limit
Power FAN Speed Limit
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
Menu Level
4
Use the [System Monitor Setup]
menu's System Setup screen to
enable or disable monitoring
features.
3.2.10 System
Monitor Setup
↑↓→←: Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC•FExit F1:General Help
F5:Previous Values
F6:Fail-Safe Defaults
F7:Optimized Defaults
„ Via Applications
Start the PS-B 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.
System status can be monitored at
any time via the System Monitor. Select [Start] -> [Program] -> [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.
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5.2.2 System Monitoring Property Settings (PSB_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.
: Setting available x: Setting not available
Operation
Feature
Watchdog Timer
DIN
Voltage
Fan
Temperature
Remote Reset*1
Mirror Disk
SMART
Popup
OS
Message Shutdown
OS
Restart
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Buzzer
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The following table lists the description of each operation.
Item
Description of the Operation
DOUT
Outputs signals from DOUT of the RAS interface.
Sounds a beep as an alarm. (Cannot be set up when a checkmark is put to
Buzzer
the "OS Shutdown" checkbox.
Displays error messages as pop-up messages. (The messages pop up on
Pop-up Message
the screen.)
OS Shutdown
Shuts down the operating system.
OS Restart
Restarts the operating system.
Select or deselect this option to enable or disable each setting of the
Enable
monitoring feature.
LED
The front orange LED lights
The following is the overview of the System Monitor Property setting screen.
Enable of disable
the feature.
Specify the operation
to be performed
when the condition
exceeds the allowable range.
Set up the timer.
Enter the message
to be displayed as a
pop-up message.
1. The Remote Reset feature setting is selectable only between Enable and Disable.
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5.2.3 System Monitoring Operation (PSB_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.
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
Buzzer Off
Reset
Minimize
Close
5–8
Operation
Stops the buzzer sounds at normal operations.
Clears the error condition held at normal operations and
inside the System Monitor.
Minimize the System Monitor into the icon display.
Closes the System Monitor.
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The System Monitor screen displays whether the each parameter of "FAN/TEMP/
VOLTAGE/SMART" is disabled or in normal/abnormal condition. The following
table lists the status to be displayed.
Display
No Error
Error
Disable
Not Support
Meaning
Normal
Abnormal
Monitoring disabled
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, or an input from external
input (Universal Input) is detected.
5.2.2 System Monitoring Property Settings
The Error Action is performed only one time when an error or input is detected for
each monitoring item.
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 popup 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, doubleclick 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.
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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-B, perform maintenance service for removing the cause of
the error, and then turn on the power again.
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
CPU Voltage
CPU Voltage 2
+3.3 V Voltage
+5.0 V Voltage
+12 V Voltage
-12 V Voltage
Power FAN
CPU FAN
System Temperature
CPU T emperature
DIN0
DIN1
DIN2
DIN3
Watchdog Timer
Mirror Disk
SMART
Message
"CPU Power Supply Error"
"VIT Power Supply Error"
"+3.3V Power Supply Error"
"+5.0V Power Supply Error"
"+12V Power Supply Error"
"-12V Power Supply Error"
"Power FAN Error"
"CPU FAN Error"
"System Temperature Error"
"CPU T emperature Error"
"Input DIN0"
"Input DIN1"
"Input DIN2"
"Input DIN3"
"Watchdog Timer Error"
"A Mirror disk error is occurred"
"SMART Error"
The messages displayed on the pop-up message output
screen can be modified on the System Monitor Property
screen.
‹ Driver Operation Error
"The System Monitor driver not found."
"Install the latest driver."
‹ Driver Version Error
"The old System Monitor driver version."
"Update the driver."
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‹ Overlapped Startup Message
"System Monitor has started."
"Terminate the System Monitor in starting."
‹ Closing Confirmation Message
"The System Monitor is terminated."
"Are you sure?"
„ System Monitor Property
‹ Overlapped Startup Message
"System Monitor property has started."
"Terminate the System Monitor Property."
‹ Closing Confirmation Message
"Save Changes to the registry?"
5.2.5 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.
„ 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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‹ Error Type/Location
The error types/locations shown by the Event Viewer are as follows.
Error Type/Location
+3.3V
+5.0V
+12V
-12V
CPU voltage
Vit voltage
CPU FAN
Power FAN
CPU T emp
System Temp
DIN0
DIN1
DIN2
DIN3
Watch Dog T imer
Backlight
Soft Mirror
SMART
Error Message
+3.3V Error has occurred.
+5.0V Error has occurred.
+12V Error has occurred.
-12V Error has occurred.
CPU voltage Error has occurred.
Vit valtage Error has occurred.
CPU FAN Error has occurred.
Power FAN Error has occurred.
CPU T emperature Error has occurred.
System Temperature Error has occurred.
DIN0 input has occurred.
DIN1 input has occurred.
DIN2 input has occurred.
DIN3 input has occurred.
Watch Dog T imer Error has occurred.
Backlight Error has occurred.
Mirror Disk Error has occurred.
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
Buzzer
Popup Message
OS Shutdown
LED
DOUT0
DOUT1
DOUT2
DOUT3
Error Message
Buzzer has sounded because of †† error.
Popup message has been shown because of †† error.
Windows has been shut down because of †† error.
LED has changed to orange because of †† error.
DOUT0 has output because of †† error.
DOUT1 has output because of †† error.
DOUT2 has output because of †† error.
DOUT3 has output 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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5.3
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-B.
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.
5.3.1
System Configuration
The system employing this feature is configured as illustrated below.
Server PC
User Application
Pro-Server with Pro-Studio Ver.3.12 or higher
Two-way feature
Remote RAS Server Program (PSB_RAS.npj)
Ethernet
[System Monitor/RAS Feature]
• PSB_Smon.exe
• PSB_Wps.exe
• PSB_loc.dll
• PSB_DLL.dll
Client PS-B
• PSB_Ras.dll
• PSSymon.sys
5.3.2 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.
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5.3.3 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
(PSB_Smon.exe).
„ Setting Up the Client PS-B
(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.
IP Address used
to connect with
Pro-Server*1
Put check
marks on the
items you want
to monitor.
This feature
designates that
the PS-B 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 (PSB_Smon.exe) within
the PS-B.
„ Setting Up the Server PC
(1) Start up the Pro-Studio.
(2) Register the PS-B you want to include in the network to the network station,
and edit the participant stations.
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When using the Pro-studio’s [Find Stations] command to register the PS-B to the network station, the System Monitor should
be activated with the Remote RAS feature enabled in the PSB.
(3) Select [PL, 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.
*1 When allocating 2 or more IP Addresses to the PS-B 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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You are not required to transfer the network project file created
with the Pro-Studio to the client PS-B.
5.3.4 Read and Write of the System Monitor/RAS Feature
The read/write operation of the operating conditions of the client PS-B and System Monitor/RAS feature can be performed from the server PC via the Pro-Server.
Server PC
User Application
Pro-Server with Pro-
Two-Way feature
Studio (Optional)
Pro-Easy.dll
Ethernet
User Application
PSB_Smon.exe
Shared Memory
Client PS-B
PSB_Ras.dll
• The status of the System Monitor/RAS feature is stored in the shared memory
for which device address is assigned.
n List of Device Addresses /n Bit Assign of DIN, Error Event,
and Error Mask
• The status of the System Monitor/RAS feature is transferred to the Pro-Server
via Ethernet from the PSB_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-B 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
PSB_Ras.dll and Pro-Easy.dll programs.
• The client PS-B can be shut down and re-started by writing specific value to the
software reset port.
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For the details of Read/Write to the devices and access procedures, refer to the "List of Device Addresses" below.
„ List of Device Addresses
Device
Device
Type
CPU Voltage *1
WORD
VLT0
+3.3V Voltage *1
WORD
VLT1
WORD
VLT2
*1
+5V Voltage
Device
Symbol
Read/
Write
Bit Access
VLT
16-bit
Access
+12V Voltage *1
WORD
*1*7
WORD
VLT4
-12V Voltage *1
WORD
VLT5
-5V Voltage
*1
WORD
VIT Voltage
Number of Revolution of
WORD
CPU FAN *2
Number of Revolution of
WORD
Power FAN *2
CPU Temperature *3
System Temperature
DIN
*3
WORD
WORD
VLT6
FAN
—
FAN1
TMP0
TMP
DOUT
WORD
DOUT
Error Event
WORD
ERR
LS
Shared Memory
WORD
PL
Software Reset Port *5
WORD
RST
WORD
ERRM
Error Mask
—
FAN0
DIN
*6
VLT3
READ
WORD
Internal Memory Area *4 WORD
32-bit
Access
TMP1
Read/
Write
Read
DIN00-DIN01
DIN0
DOUT00
DOUT0
ERR00-ERR0E
ERR0
LS00000-LS0000F to LS0000 to LS0000 to
LS02550-LS0255F
LS0255 LS0254
Read/
PL00000-PL0000F to PL0000 to PL0000 to
Write
PL02550-PL0255F
PL0255 PLS0254
Read
—
RST 0
—
ERRM00-ERRM0E
ERRM0
—
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. When monitoring the voltage with the device monitor, the unit is "°C".
4. Used for the system to read/write the data and perform monitoring operation.
5. Shuts down and restarts the operation system on the client PS-B.
6. Indicates the error event that is being monitored by the PS-B.
7. -5V Voltage is ffff(hex), 65535 (decimal).
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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
2
257
258
0001
0002
0101
0102
Operation
Shutdown
Reboot
Forced Shutdown
Forced Reboot
„ Bit Assign of DIN, Error Event, and Error Mask
Device Name
DIN
Error Event
Error Mask
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Item
Bit
DIN0
DIN1
DIN2
DIN3
CPU Voltage Error
+3.3 V Voltage Errorr
+5 V Voltage Errorr
+12 V Voltage Errorr
-5 V Voltage Errorr
-12 V Voltage Errorr
VIT Voltage Errorr
CPU FAN Errorr
Power FAN Errorr
CPU T emperature Errorr
System Temperature
Watchdog Timer Errorr
Mirror Disk Error
SMART Errorr
CPU Voltage Error
+3.3 V Voltage Errorr
+5 V Voltage Error
+12 V Voltage Error
-5 V Voltage Error
-12 V Voltage Error
VIT Voltage Error
CPU FAN Error
Power FAN Error
CPU T emperature Error
System Temperature
Watchdog Timer Error
Mirror Disk Error
SMART Errorr
DIN00
DIN01
DIN02
DIN03
ERR00
ERR01
ERR02
ERR03
ERR04
ERR05
ERR06
ERR07
ERR08
ERR09
ERR0A
ERR0B
ERR0C
ERR0D
ERRM00
ERRM01
ERRM02
ERRM03
ERRM04
ERRM05
ERRM06
ERRM07
ERRM08
ERRM09
ERRM0A
ERRM0B
ERRM0C
ERRM0D
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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
Hexadecimal
Number
Number
9530
9531
9532
9533
9534
9535
253Ah
253Bh
253Ch
253Dh
253Eh
253Fh
65535
(No Code)
ffffh
Error Message
RAS Initialization Error
Command not supported.
Access type not supported.
Read/Write type not supported.
Access to the device rejected.
Value setting to the device/retrieval failed.
Returned when read/write of invalid values or unsupported
device is performed for Voltage, T emperature, 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".
5.3.5 Restrictions
The following table lists the features of Pro-Server that are supported by the PS-B.
For the details of each feature, refer to "Pro-Server with Pro-Studio for Windows
Operation Manual".
Pro-Server Feature
DDE Feature
Simplified DLL Feature (ProEasy.dll)
OPC Server Interface
SRAM Backup Data
Action Feature
Distribution Feature
Data Viewer
VBA Feature Assist
Device Data Backup/Restore Feature
Capture Screen Save Feature
Security Feature
Device Monitor
Status Monitor
Read Time Measurement
 : Supported
x: Not Supported

Listed Separately

x
x
x
*1



x


x

1. 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-B-supported OS and features supported
by Pro-Server are different.
• The Remote RAS feature and Pro-Server cannot be operated simultaneously on the PS-B.
5.4
Remote Shutdown Feature
The Remote Shutdown feature allows the user to shut down and/or restart the PSB 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
Folder (Same for both WindowsXP and Windows2000)
PSClt.exe
RSSvr.exe
C:\Proface\Shutdown\Client
C:\Proface\Shutdown\Server
4.1.1 Software
• 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-B to achieve self-control system. In such a case,
however, the PS-B should be connected to a network.
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Chapter 6 – Maintenance and Inspection
1. Cleaning the Fan Filter
2. Periodical Inspections
Chapter
6 Maintenance and Inspection
This chapter describes the cautions and inspection criteria for ensuring comfort
and safety in operating the PS-B.
6.1 Cleaning the Fan Filter
A fan is installed to the PS-B for cooling the unit. Be sure to periodically perform
inspection and cleaning of the fan, since dust accumulated on the fan filter will
affect the cooling performance of the fan.
Procedure
Remove the screws (2) on the filter
cover and filter cover, and then remove
the filter.
Filter Cover
Clean the filter by using vacuum cleaner
to remove the dust accumulated on the
filter. Set the filter to the original position, and then reattach the filter cover
and filter cover mounting screws.
Filter
If stubborn dust or stains persist, wash the filter with neutral
detergent and rinse it thoroughly with water.
• Do not wring the water out of the filter.
• Dry the filter in the shade and do not leave it in the direct sunlight.
• Wait until the filter is completely dry, and then reattach to the main
unit.
Filter
Filter
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6.2
Periodic Maintenance Points
Check the PS-B periodically to ensure it is in good working condition.
„ Ambient environment check
Is the ambient temperature within the specified range?
With HDD, FDD
Without HDD, FDD
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
† Are all cables securely connected (not loose)?
† Have any of the PS-B unit’s installation brackets become loose?
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1. General Specifications
2. Performance Specifications
Chapter
7 Specifications
7.1
General Specifications
7.1.1 Electrical Specifications
Rated Voltage
AC100V/AC240V
Allowable Voltage Range AC85V to AC265V
Rated Frequency
50/60 Hz
1 cycle max.
Allowable Voltage Drop
(Note: Intervals between instantaneous outage should be 1 s or longer.)
Power Consumption
110 VA max.
AC 1500V, 20 mA per minute
Insulation Endurance
(Between the charging and FG terminals)
Insulation Resistance
10 M Ω min. at DC 500V (Between the charging and FG terminals)
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7.1.2 Environmental Specifications
Ambient T emperature (Interior)
Storage T emperature
Relative Humidity
Storage Humidity
Dust
Pollution Level
Corrosive Gas
Vibration Resistance
Noise Resistance
(Impulse Noise)
Antistatic Charge
5 to 50°C (With HDD)
0 to 50°C (Without HDD)
-10 to +60°C
10 to 85%RH
(No condensation, wet-bulb temperature of 29°C max.)
10 to 85%RH
(No condensation, wet-bulb temperature of 29°C max.)
No dust or dirt should be present.
Pollution level 2
No corrosive gas should be present.
9.8 m/s2 (10 to 25 Hz, withstands for 30 minutes in X/Y/Z directions)
With HDD attached: 4.9 m/s2
Noise Voltage: 1500 V
Pulse Width: 50 ns, 500 ns, 1 µs
Rise Time: 1 ns (By noise simulator)
6 kV, IEC 61000-4-2
Noise Immunity
Power Line: 2 kV, IEC 61000-4-4
(The first transient burst noise) COM Port: 1 kV, IEC 61000-4-4
• When using optional equipment, be sure to check the specifications
for the equipment.
• The hard disk drive is a consumable item. It is recommended to prepare for product malfunction by making periodical backups of the
data and preparing replacement HDD unit.
• The operation life of a hard disk drive varies depending on the use
environment and conditions; however, it is approximately 20,000
hours (of operation time) under ambient temperature of 20°C or 5
years, whichever comes first.
• Operating the hard disk under harsh environment of high temperature and high humidity will shorten the operating life. It is recommended to operate the HDD at wet-bulb temperature of 29°C or lower.
The condition is equivalent of 35°C with 64%RH, or 40°C with 44%RH.
7.1.3 External Specifications
Protective grounding: D-type grounding
Functional grounding: D-type grounding
Structure
Installation M ethod: In-cabin installation
Cooling M ethod
Cooling by main unit fan and CPU fan
Approx. 4.5 kg (Main unit only)
Weight
118 (W) x 265 (H) x 299 (D) mm
External Dim ensions
(Not including projections)
With CD-ROM /FD Drive unit 159 (W) x 265 (H) x 299 (D) mm
attached
(Not including projections)
With RS-232C/RS-485
139.5 (W) x 265 (H) x 299 (D) mm
Conversion Unit attached (Not including cables and projections)
Grounding
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7.2
Performance Specifications
7.2.1 Performance Specifications
CPU
DRAM (SDRAM DIMM)
BIOS
Secondary Cache Memory
Graphics*1
Video Memory
Video I/F
Serial (RS232C)
USB (USB1.1)
LAN
Disk Drives
Keyboard
Mouse
RAS
Sound
Celeron® 566 MHz/Pentium ® III 1GHz (BUS 100MHz) (Intel)
DIMM socket x 1: 128 MB/256 MB/512 MB (512 MB max.)
First BIOS (Phoenix T echnologies Co.)
Built into CPU (Celeron:128 KB, PentiumIII: 256KB)
VGA (640 x 480 dots) to UXGA (1600 x 1200 dots)
VESA 256 colors/16-bit color/32-bit color *2
4 MB fixed (UMA type)
Analog RGB I/F
DVI-D I/F
COM1 D-sub 9 pin (male), (RI/+5 V selectable)
COM2 D-sub 9 pin (male)
COM3 D-sub 9 pin (male), (RI/+5 V selectable)
COM4 D-sub 9 pin (male)
Front face: 4 ports
IEEE802.3 compatible (10 Base-T /100 Base-T X automatic
changeover) Front face: 2 ports
For 2-mode 3.5 inch floppy disk I/F Internal: 1 port
FD I/F (for Digital Electronics Corporation's CD-ROM/FD
drive unit)
For built-in primary HDD I/F Internal: 2 ports
For secondary CD-ROM I/F Internal: 1 port
IDE I/F
(for Digital Electronics Corporation's CD-ROM/FD
drive unit)
PS/2 I/F (Mini-DIN 6 pin, female), Front face: 1 port
PS/2 I/F (Mini-DIN 6 pin, female), Front face: 1 port
RAS I/F (D-sub 25 pin, male) Front face: 1 port
LINE IN, SPEAKER OUT, MIC IN(Standard type AUDIO jack)
• The PS-B unit’s CPU and DRAM are user-selectable when the unit is purchased.
• Be sure to use SVGA (800 x 600 dots) or higher, 16-bit display colors or higher
resolution when using Windows®XP.
1. The display resolution used must be supported by the PS-B unit’s OS, applications
and the external display unit.
2. 1600 x 1200 dots: Up to 256 colors
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7.2.2 Expansion Slots
First slot
Second slot
Third slot
Board Size
First slot
Second slot
Third slot
Slot Pitch
Actual Height of
Expansion Board
20.32 mm
13 mm
-
-
220 x 106.68 mm
PCI
5 V: 3 A, +3.3 V: 0.75 A,
Power supply
12 V: 0.75 A, -12 V: 0.1 A
capacity
(Total of three slots)
245 x 106.68 mm
-
7.2.3 Clock Accuracy
Clock Accuracy
±180 seconds/month
The clock built into the PS-B (RTC) has a slight error. The error is ±180 seconds
per month when the PS-B 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-B in the system in
which clock accuracy is vital, be sure to adjust the clock periodically.
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Appendices
A.1 Hardware Configuration
A.2 List of Optional Devices
Appendices
This section describes the hardware configuration including the I/O map, memory
map and interrupt map, and various optional devices used with the PS-B.
A.1
Hardware Configuration
A.1.1 I/O Map
Address
0000H - 001FH
0020H - 003FH
0040H - 005FH
0060H - 006FH
0070H - 007FH
0080H - 009FH
00A0H - 00BFH
00C0H - 00DFH
00F0H - 00FFH
01F0H - 01FFH
0290H - 0297H
02E8H - 02EFH
02F8H - 02FFH
03B0H - 03BBH
03C0H - 03DFH
03E8H - 03EFH
03F0H - 03F7H
03F8H - 03FFH
AT System Device
DMA controller (8237)
Interrupt controller (8259A)
System timer (8254)
Keyboard controller
Real time clock, NMI mask
DMA page register
Interrupt controller 2 (8259A)
DMA controller 2 (8237)
Numeric data processor
Hard disk (IDE)
Reserved
Reserved
Serial port 2 (COM2): General use
Video controller (VGA)
Video controller (VGA)
Reserved
Floppy disk controller
Serial port 1 (COM1): General use
System Device
System monitor
Serial port 4 (COM4)
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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A.1.2
Memory Map
System ROM
System ROM
FFFFFFFFh
FFF80000h
(Reserved)
FFC00000h
Unused RAM
System ROM
Expanded ROM Area
VGA BIOS
Display Adaptor
Unused RAM
640 KB
00100000h
000E0000h
000CA000h
000C0000h
000A0000h
System Board DRAM
00000000h
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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
Description
NMI
IRQ 0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
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 T ime 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 Floppy disk controller
3
4 Cascade to controller 1
5
6
7
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For 8-bit transmission
For 16-bit transmission
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A.2
List of Optional Devices
The following table lists the Digital Electronics Corporation's optional devices
and commercial products used with the PS-B.
Product Name
Model
CD-ROM/FD Drive
PSB-CD/FD01
Unit
PL-EM256
DIM Module
PSB-SDR512MB-01
RS-232C/RS-485
PL-RC500
Conversion Unit
CF Card Unit
PSB-CFU01
HDD Unit
PSB-HD020
Installation
PSB-AT01
Fasteners
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Description
External unit in which CD-ROM drive and FD drive are
combined.
SDRAM (DIM) with capacity of 256 MB.
SDRAM (DIM) with capacity of 512 MB.
Unit for converting the RS-232C I/F to RS-485 I/F.
Special unit for CF card with 5V power supply.
20 GB 2.5" HDD unit. (OS not included.)
Used to install the PS-B unit in a panel. (2/set)
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