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Quatech SSCF-200 Specifications
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Shuttle/Payload Interface Definition Document
for the Payload
and General Support
Computer (PGSC)
Space Shuttle Vehicle Engineering Office
Baseline
July 1999
NASA
National Aeronautics and
Space Administration
Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center
Houston, Texas 77058
NSTS 21000-IDD-760XD
Shuttle/Payload Interface Definition Document
for the
Payload and General Support Computer
July 1999
Baseline
Approved by
Original Signed By:
B. J. Watkins
Co-Chairman,
Portable Onboard Computer Control Board
Original Signed By:
N. A. Woodbury
Co-Chairman,
Portable Onboard Computer Control Board
NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
LYNDON B. JOHNSON SPACE CENTER
HOUSTON, TEXAS 77058
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INTRODUCTION
The Payload and General Support Computer (PGSC) is a service used to support Shuttle and
Payload on-orbit operations. The primary functions are command and display of non-critical
payloads and additional crew information services.
The number of PGSC’s manifested is determined on a flight-by-flight basis. The Space Shuttle
Portable Onboard Computer Control Board determines flight-by-flight configurations. Sufficient
PGSC’s are always flown to satisfy the requirements of all users and to provide adequate
backup capability.
In addition, the PGSC hardware is a Space Shuttle controlled resource. The “flight-like” PGSC
system with power supply and communications cabling may be obtained on loan for two
weeks. It has the same configuration as the regular flight PGSC and may be used by the
user/experimenter for final verification of software/hardware operation and interfacing.
The Portable Onboard Computer Control Board will control changes to this document.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
SCOPE..................................................................................................................................................... 6
PURPOSE ................................................................................................................................................. 6
GENERAL................................................................................................................................................ 6
CONFIGURATION CONTROL................................................................................................................ 6
LOGISTICS .............................................................................................................................................. 6
CONTACTS ............................................................................................................................................. 6
2.0
APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS ............................................................................................................... 8
3.0
OVERVIEW .......................................................................................................................................... 10
3.1 PGSC/THINKPAD 760XD UNMODIFIED INTERFACES ........................................................................ 18
3.1.1 RS-232 Serial I/O Port .................................................................................................................... 18
3.1.2 Parallel Port ................................................................................................................................... 18
3.1.3 Keyboard/Mouse Connector............................................................................................................ 18
3.1.4 External Display Connector............................................................................................................ 18
3.1.5 Personal Computer Memory Card Internal Association (PCMCIA) slots......................................... 18
3.1.6 Headphone Jack.............................................................................................................................. 18
3.1.7 Microphone/Line-in Jack ................................................................................................................ 19
3.1.8 External Bus Connector .................................................................................................................. 19
3.1.9 Video In .......................................................................................................................................... 19
3.1.10
Video Out ................................................................................................................................... 19
3.1.11
External Diskette Drive Connector ............................................................................................. 19
3.1.12
Joystick/MIDI ............................................................................................................................. 19
3.2 EXPANSION UNIT CONFIGURATION ................................................................................................ 19
3.3 EXPANDED/EXTENDED MEMORY.................................................................................................... 20
3.4 ROM BIOS (READ ONLY MEMORY BASIC INPUT/OUTPUT SERVICES) ....................................... 20
3.4.1 BIOS Settings.................................................................................................................................. 20
3.4.2 BIOS Settings Confirmation ............................................................................................................ 22
4.0
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
5.0
MECHANICAL..................................................................................................................................... 25
PHYSICAL OUTLINE............................................................................................................................ 25
THERMAL ............................................................................................................................................. 25
VELCRO LOCATIONS AND OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS....................................................................... 25
MOUNTING CONSIDERATIONS ......................................................................................................... 27
OPERATING PRESSURE RANGE......................................................................................................... 27
HUMIDITY............................................................................................................................................. 27
WEIGHT................................................................................................................................................. 27
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (EMC) CONSIDERATIONS .............................................. 27
POWER REQUIREMENTS................................................................................................................. 29
5.1 ELECTRICAL POWER CHARACTERISTICS....................................................................................... 29
5.1.1 DC Power ....................................................................................................................................... 29
5.1.2 AC Power........................................................................................................................................ 29
5.2
CURRENT CHARACTERISTICS FOR POWER ON.......................................................................... 29
5.2.1 Current for PGSC laptop computer with expansion unit .................................................................. 29
5.2.2 Current for PGSC laptop computer only ......................................................................................... 30
5.3 EXTERNAL POWER SUPPLY .............................................................................................................. 31
5.4 PAYLOAD-SUPPLIED POWER............................................................................................................. 31
6.0
PGSC-FLIGHT LAPTOP CONFIGURATION OVERVIEW ............................................................ 32
6.1 PGSC FLIGHT LAPTOP IRQ TABLE ........................................................................................................... 32
6.2 PGSC FLIGHT LAPTOP I/O ADDRESS TABLE.............................................................................................. 33
6.3 PGSC FLIGHT LAPTOP DMA CHANNEL TABLE ......................................................................................... 33
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6.4 PGSC FLIGHT LAPTOP MEMORY ADDRESS ALLOCATIONS ......................................................................... 33
6.5 CONFIGURATION #1.................................................................................................................................. 34
6.5.1 Configuration #1 - Standalone with Dual Port RS-422 PC-Card (PCMCIA Card)........................... 34
6.5.2 Configuration #1 - Standalone with RS-422 Usage Table ................................................................ 34
6.6 CONFIGURATION #2.................................................................................................................................. 35
6.6.1 Configuration #2 - SelectaDock I with PC-Decom (AT-Bus) Card and Dual Port RS-422 PC-Card
(PCMCIA Card) .......................................................................................................................................... 35
6.6.2 Configuration #2 - PC-Decom and RS-422 Usage Table ................................................................. 35
6.7 CONFIGURATION #3.................................................................................................................................. 35
6.7.1 Configuration #3 - SelectaDock I with OCA (AT-Bus) Card ............................................................ 35
6.7.2 Configuration #3 - OCA Usage Table ............................................................................................. 36
6.8 CONFIGURATION #4.................................................................................................................................. 36
6.8.1 Configuration #4 - SelectaDock I with Proshare (AT-Bus) Card and Dual Port RS-422 PC-Card
(PCMCIA Card) .......................................................................................................................................... 36
6.8.2 Configuration #4 - Proshare and RS-422 Usage Table.................................................................... 37
6.9 CONFIGURATION #5.................................................................................................................................. 37
6.9.1 Configuration #5 - SelectaDock I with Dual Port RS-422 Sealevel AT-Bus Card............................. 37
6.9.2 Configuration #5 - SelectaDock I with Dual Port RS-422 Sealevel Usage Table ............................. 38
6.10
RS-232C COMMUNICATIONS ......................................................................................................... 39
6.10.1
RS-232C Line Drivers/Receivers................................................................................................. 39
6.11
RS-422A COMMUNICATIONS ......................................................................................................... 39
6.11.1
Quatech PCMCIA RS-422/485 Dual Channel Serial Adapter Card............................................. 39
6.11.2
Sealevel ISA RS-422A Serial I/O ISO Communication Card........................................................ 39
6.11.3
RS-422 Adapter .......................................................................................................................... 39
6.12
ETHERNET COMMUNICATIONS .............................................................................................................. 40
6.12.1
3Com Etherlink III LAN PC Card ............................................................................................... 40
6.13
VIDEO COMMUNICATIONS..................................................................................................................... 40
7.0
INTERFACE CABLES ......................................................................................................................... 41
7.1 POWER CABLES................................................................................................................................... 41
7.1.1 PGSC 28V DC Power Cable (25 feet).............................................................................................. 41
7.1.2 PGSC 28V DC Power Cable (6 feet)................................................................................................ 42
7.1.3 16-20V DC Power Supply Cable (25 feet)........................................................................................ 42
7.1.4 AC Power W-Cables........................................................................................................................ 43
7.2 COMMUNICATION CABLES ............................................................................................................... 45
7.2.1 RS-232C Cables.............................................................................................................................. 45
7.2.2 RS-422A Cables .............................................................................................................................. 48
8.0
MISCELLANEOUS .............................................................................................................................. 52
8.1 APPROVED FLOPPY DISKS................................................................................................................. 52
8.2 APPROVED WRITABLE CDS ............................................................................................................... 52
8.3 CD GENERATION PROCEDURES ....................................................................................................... 52
APPENDIX A - ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS ................................................................................ 53
ANNEX 1............................................................................................................................................................ 56
PGSC Flight Computer Configuration 1 - Standalone ................................................................................ 56
PGSC Expansion Assembly Configuration 2 - PCMMU.............................................................................. 57
PGSC Expansion Assembly Configuration 3 - OCA ..................................................................................... 58
PGSC Expansion Assembly Configuration 4 - ProShare .............................................................................. 59
PGSC Expansion Assembly Configuration 5 - RS-422 ................................................................................. 60
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INDEX OF TABLES
TABLE 3-I. - THINKPAD 760XD/PGSC COMPARISON ....................................................................... 17
TABLE 4-I. PGSC COMPONENT WEIGHTS
....................................................................... 28
TABLE 5-I. DC POWER TEST RESULTS
....................................................................... 29
TABLE 5-2 AC POWER TEST RESULTS*
....................................................................... 29
TABLE 7-I. RECOMMENDED CONNECTOR MATES FOR THE RS-232C CABLES............................. 45
INDEX OF FIGURES
FIGURE 3-1 PGSC FLIGHT LAPTOP (ISO VIEW)
....................................................................... 11
FIGURE 3-2 PGSC FLIGHT LAPTOP (LEFT SIDE)
....................................................................... 12
FIGURE 3-3 PGSC FLIGHT LAPTOP (RIGHT SIDE)
....................................................................... 12
FIGURE 3-4 PGSC FLIGHT LAPTOP (REAR VIEW)
....................................................................... 13
FIGURE 3-5 PGSC FLIGHT LAPTOP WITH EXPANSION UNIT (ISO VIEW) ....................................... 13
FIGURE 3-6 PGSC FLIGHT LAPTOP WITH EXPANSION UNIT (REAR VIEW) (NO CARD TRAY)...... 14
FIGURE 3-7 PGSC AND EXPANSION UNIT WITH CARD TRAY (LEFT SIDE) .................................... 14
FIGURE 3-8 PGSC AND EXPANSION UNIT WITH CARD TRAY AND ................................................. 15
TYPICAL PCMCIA CARD INSTALLED (RIGHT SIDE)
FIGURE 3-9 PGSC FLIGHT LAPTOP DC POWER INTERFACE DIAGRAM......................................... 15
FIGURE 3-10 PGSC FLIGHT LAPTOP WITH EXPANSION UNIT AC POWER INTERFACE DIAGRAM16
FIGURE 4-1 PGSC FLIGHT LAPTOP BOTTOM VELCRO PLACEMENT (INFORMATION ONLY) .... 26
FIGURE 4-2 PGSC EXPANSION UNIT BOTTOM VELCRO PLACEMENT (INFORMATION ONLY).. 26
FIGURE 5-1 POWER ON AC CURRENT REQUIREMENT .................................................................. 30
FIGURE 5-2 POWER ON DC CURRENT REQUIREMENT .................................................................. 30
FIGURE 5.3 EXTERNAL 2.6 AMP DC POWER SUPPLY..........................................................................
FIGURE 6-1 WIRING DIAGRAM, RS-422 ADAPTER ....................................................................... 40
FIGURE 7-1. 28V DC POWER CABLE (25 FEET)
....................................................................... 41
FIGURE 7-2. 28V DC POWER CABLE (6 FEET)
....................................................................... 42
FIGURE 7-3 16-20V DC POWER CABLE (25 FEET) ....................................................................... 42
FIGURE 7-4 AC POWER W-CABLE - SED46117063 ....................................................................... 43
FIGURE 7-5 AC POWER W-CABLE - SED46117140-301.................................................................... 44
FIGURE 7-6 AC POWER W-CABLE EXTENSIONS- SED4611714-302 THROUGH -305 .................... 45
FIGURE 7-7 DB9F TO DB25M RS-232C CABLE SCHEMATIC............................................................ 46
FIGURE 7-8 DB9F TO DB9M RS-232C CABLE SCHEMATIC.............................................................. 47
FIGURE 7-9 COMPUTER INTERFACE PANEL
....................................................................... 48
FIGURE 7-10 PAYLOAD DATA INTERFACE PANEL ....................................................................... 48
FIGURE 7-11 RS-422/CHANNEL 1 CABLE SCHEMATIC .................................................................... 49
FIGURE 7-12 RS422Y/CABLE SCHEMATIC
....................................................................... 50
FIGURE 7-13 SED39126962 - PDIP RS-422 Y CABLE ....................................................................... 51
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1.0
SCOPE
1.1
PURPOSE
The purpose of this document is to:
a. Define and control the interfaces provided by the PGSC and
associated components for use by payloads and crew software, and
b. Define and control constraints observed by payload and crew support
users.
1.2
GENERAL
This document defines all interfaces available to the PGSC assembly and identifies
configurations for the government furnished equipment (GFE) communications and power
cables supplied with the PGSC assembly.
In this document, the term “PGSC Flight Laptop” refers to the flight ThinkPad 760XD computer
as modified: whereas, the term “ThinkPad 760XD” refers to the commercial IBM ThinkPad
760XD sold by the manufacturer.
In the text, the terms “shall,” “will,” and “must” are used when compliance is mandatory. “May”
or “should” indicate a choice exists.
1.3
CONFIGURATION CONTROL
The Space Shuttle Program Portable Onboard Computer Control Board will maintain
configuration control of this document in accordance with the Shuttle/Payload Configuration
Management Plan for the Payload and General Support Computer (PGSC), JSC 27891.
1.4
LOGISTICS
The payload integration plan (PIP) will clearly define the role of the PGSC for each specific
payload. The SSP is responsible for maintaining flight-ready PGSC systems for operation as
authorized by the PIP. Section 3 provides an overview of the various PGSC hardware items.
Standard Flight PGSC configurations are provided in Annex 1. If you have questions about
PGSC logistics, please contact one of the Portable Onboard Computer Control Board CoChairmen, B. Watkins at (281) 244-1335 or N. Woodbury at (281) 244-5790.
1.5
CONTACTS
NASA/Johnson Space Center, mail code MV2
Avionics and Software Office
Bobby Watkins, (281) 244-1335, Portable Onboard Computer Co-Chairman
NASA/Johnson Space Center, mail code EA5
Biomedical Hardware Development Office
David Stephenson, (281) 483-5859
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NASA/Johnson Space Center, mail code DL4
Portable Onboard Computing and Tools
Neil Woodbury, (281) 244-5790, Portable Onboard Computer Co-Chairman
NASA/Johnson Space Center, mail code DO5
Payload Operations Branch
Project Engineer for applicable payload
NASA/Johnson Space Center, mail code DL42
Mission Operations Procedures Branch
POC Coordinator for applicable flight
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2.0
APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS
The following documents form a part of this document to the extent specified herein. In the
event of conflict between the documents referenced and the contents of this document, the
contents of this document shall be considered a superseding requirement.
U.S. Government Documents
FED STD 1020A
Telecommunications Electrical Characteristics
of Balanced Voltage Digital Interface Circuits
NSTS 1700.7B
Safety Policy and Requirements for Payloads
Using the Space Transportation System, January 1989
NASA documents
NSTS 07700, Volume XIV
NSTS 21000-IDD-MDK
JSC 27891
JSC 28015
JSC 28060
JSC 17038
JSC 27394
Space Shuttle System Payload Accommodations
(and 10 appendixes)
Shuttle/Payload Interface Definition Document
for Middeck Accommodations
Shuttle/Payload Configuration Management Plan for the Payload
and General Support Computer (PGSC)
Payload and General Support Computer (PGSC) Discrepancy
Reporting Procedures
Portable Onboard Computer Software Management Plan
SSP Flight Equipment Non-Critical Hardware Program
Requirements Document
Orbiter Communications Adapter (OCA) End Item Specification
Document
Industry documents
ThinkPad
ThinkPad 760XD/760XL/765D/765L User’s Guide, July 1997
International Business Machines Corporation
Armonk, NY.
EIA STD RS232C
Electronic Industries Association (EIA)
Recommended Standards (RS) 232C: Interface
between data terminal equipment and data
circuit-terminating equipment employing
serial binary data interchange.
EIA STD RS422A
Electronic Industries Association (EIA)
Recommended Standards (RS) 422A: Electrical
characteristics of balanced voltage digital
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interface circuits.
Industry documents (continued)
IBM
Select-a-Dock User’s Guide, July 1997
International Business Machines Corporation
Armonk, NY.
INTEL
ProShare™ Personal Conferencing Video System User’s Guide
ProShare Video System 150
Intel Corporation, 1995
QUATECH
DSP-200/300 User’s manual
Dual Channel RS-422/485 PCMCIA
Asynchronous Adapter
Quatech Incorporated, 1996
SEALEVEL
ACB-530 Part #4111 users manual
Sealevel Systems Incorporated, 1994
IS0-COMM part no. 3417 users manual
Sealevel Systems Incorporated, 1992
WIGSD
Windows Interface Guidelines for Software Design
Microsoft Corporation, 1995
3Com
3Com Etherlink III User’s Manual
3C589D-COMBO
3Com Incorporated, 1996
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3.0
OVERVIEW
The PGSC computer assembly is a ThinkPad 760XD model laptop computer that is IBM ATBus/PCI compatible, and has been modified for use in the Orbiter environment. The PGSC
computer assembly and the following hardware items are GFE and are available for use on
Space Shuttle missions. This list only represents commonly used GFE items. (Note: Contact
B. Watkins at (281) 244-1335 or N. Woodbury at (281) 244-5790 for current GFE hardware
items and for current versions of software).
a) PGSC Flight Laptop (IBM ThinkPad 760XD)
b) removable floppy drive
c) external floppy drive case
d) removable hard drive (3.0 GB)
e) removable CD-ROM drive (8X)
f)
NiMH battery pack
g) expansion unit (SelectaDock I)
h) power supply power cable
i)
28V DC power supply assembly
j)
PCMMU cable (24 ft.)
k) RS-422 Y cable (15 ft.)
l)
RS-422 cable (25 ft.)
m) RS-422 Quatech Card/Cable Assembly
n) RS-422 Adapter
o) Video in/out cable assembly
p) DC power cable (25 ft.)
q) DC power cable (6 ft.)
r) AC W power cable
s) RS-232 quad cable
t)
RS-232C cable (25-9 pin)
u) RS-232A cable (9-9 pin)
v) RS-232 Y cable
w) PDIP RS-422 Y cable
x) OCA Ku-Band/Audio Cable
y) PCMCIA Ethernet card with cable
z) PGSC Flight Laptop expansion assembly (PCMMU board)
aa) PGSC Flight Laptop expansion assembly (OCA board)
bb) PGSC Flight Laptop expansion assembly (Proshare board)
cc) PGSC Flight Laptop expansion assembly (RS-422 ISO Com PC board)
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The figures in this section represent various views of the PGSC Flight Laptop and the
Expansion Unit assemblies. Figures 3-1 through 3-8 depict the standard connectors found on
the ThinkPad 760XD and Expansion Unit assemblies as described in paragraph 3.1 and 3.2,
respectively. Figures 3-9 and 3-10 depict the DC and AC power interface diagrams.
Table 3-I is a summary comparison of the ThinkPad 760XD and the PGSC Flight Laptop
assembly.
Most information required by PGSC users can be found in the IBM ThinkPad
760XD/760XL/765D/765L User’s Guide, dated July 1997 listed in Section 2.0 Applicable
Documents.
FIGURE 3-1 PGSC FLIGHT LAPTOP (ISO VIEW)
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FIGURE 3-2 PGSC FLIGHT LAPTOP (LEFT SIDE)
FIGURE 3-3 PGSC FLIGHT LAPTOP (RIGHT SIDE)
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FIGURE 3-4 PGSC FLIGHT LAPTOP (REAR VIEW)
120V AC/DC
Power Input
Connector
FIGURE 3-5 PGSC FLIGHT LAPTOP WITH EXPANSION UNIT
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FIGURE 3-6 PGSC FLIGHT LAPTOP WITH EXPANSION UNIT (REAR VIEW) (NO CARD TRAY)
FIGURE 3-7 PGSC AND EXPANSION UNIT WITH CARD TRAY (LEFT SIDE)
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PCMCIA Slots
Strain Relief
FIGURE 3-8 PGSC AND EXPANSION UNIT WITH CARD TRAY AND
TYPICAL PCMCIA CARD INSTALLED (RIGHT SIDE)
J1
DC POWER
CABLE
PGSC-760XD
COMPUTER
WITHOUT
EXPANSION
CHASSIS
J2
POWER ADAPTER
CABLE
DC POWER
CONVERTER
FIGURE 3-9 PGSC FLIGHT LAPTOP DC POWER INTERFACE DIAGRAM
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PGSC-760XD
COMPUTER
WITH
EXPANSION
CHASSIS
AC W POWER
CABLE
FIGURE 3-10 PGSC FLIGHT LAPTOP WITH EXPANSION UNIT AC POWER INTERFACE DIAGRAM
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TABLE 3-I. - ThinkPad 760XD/PGSC Comparison
32-bit 166 MHz Pentium MMX CPU
Floating Point Unit (FPU)
System memory (DRAM standard/optional)
2 Mb VRAM for display subsystem
512 kb BIOS Flash ROM
XGA Color screen
1024 x 768 x 65536 pixel resolution
Bit-mapped graphic display capability
External XGA compatible monitor connector
84 keys of standard IBM AT
External keyboard/mouse/keypad connector
One 3.5 in., 1.44 Mb internal floppy disk drive
(removable)
External floppy drive connector
One removable hard disk drive
One parallel printer port
One 28.8 baud modem (COM2)
One RS-232C port (COM1)
Two isolated RS-422A ports (COM2, COM4)
240-pin PCI/ISA Expansion Bus
28-Vdc isolated external power supply
Isolated internal dc power supply
Internal cooling fan
Internal dc power supply voltage
PCMCIA Connector
L1 Cache
L2 Cache
CMOS
EEPROM
Audio
Infrared
ThinkPad
760XD
yes
yes
32/104 Meg
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
PGSC Flight
Laptop
Yes
Yes
64 Meg
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
yes
up to 5.7 GB
yes
yes
yes
no
yes
no
yes
yes
20V
yes
32 KB
256 KB
128 Bytes
1 KB
Mwave 2780
500 KHz
Yes
3.0 GB
Yes
No*
Yes
PCMCIA card
Yes
Yes*
Yes
Yes
20V
Yes
32 KB
256 KB
128 Bytes
1 KB
Mwave 2780
Disabled
* Modifications to the ThinkPad 760XD for the PGSC
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3.1
PGSC/ThinkPad 760XD UNMODIFIED INTERFACES
The PGSC Flight Laptop assembly is equipped with twelve IBM standard interfaces as
supplied by the original manufacturer, IBM Corporation. The ThinkPad 760XD 28.8-baud
modem was removed for the flight configuration to accommodate power modifications. The
interfaces are:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
RS-232 serial input/output (I/O) port
Parallel connector (Centronics)
Keyboard/Mouse connector
External display connector
PCMCIA slots (accepts two Type I or Type II PC cards, or one Type III PC card)
Headphone jack
Microphone/Line-in jack (supports a dynamic microphone or a self-battery-powered
condenser microphone)
External Bus Connector
Video In
Video Out
External Diskette Drive Connector
Joystick/MIDI
For more detailed information regarding these connectors, see the IBM ThinkPad 760XD/XL,
760E/ED/EL User’s Guide.
3.1.1 RS-232 Serial I/O Port
The IBM ThinkPad 760XD provides an IBM AT compatible RS-232 serial I/O port. For more
information about this port, see section 7.
3.1.2 Parallel Port
The parallel port is functionally equivalent to the IBM AT printer adapter. The port supports
Centronics-type (parallel) printers general-purpose parallel I/O port. The interface is provided
through a 25-pin, D-shell, female connector located on the rear panel.
3.1.3 Keyboard/Mouse Connector
This is the port where you connect an external mouse, external keyboard, or external numeric
keypad.
3.1.4 External Display Connector
This is the port where you connect the external display.
3.1.5 Personal Computer Memory Card Internal Association (PCMCIA) slots
Accepts two Type I or two Type II PCMCIA cards, or one Type III PCMCIA Card. The PCMCIA
slots provide an interface to the computer for data storage, memory, network interface, etc.
3.1.6 Headphone Jack
A 1/8-inch (3.5-mm) diameter jack where a stereo headphone or external speakers connect.
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3.1.7 Microphone/Line-in Jack
A 1/8-inch (3.5-mm) diameter jack where a stereo microphone or external audio device is
connected.
3.1.8 External Bus Connector
This is the port used to connect the expansion assembly.
3.1.9 Video In
From the video in port you can capture still images or motion video and overlay motion video.
3.1.10 Video Out
From the video out port you can export motion video.
3.1.11 External Diskette Drive Connector
Attach an external diskette drive here to allow both the CD-ROM drive and the diskette drive to
be used simultaneously.
3.1.12 Joystick/MIDI
A joystick can be attached here as well as musical instruments with MIDI ports.
3.2
EXPANSION UNIT CONFIGURATION
Details of the standard PGSC Flight Laptop Configurations are provided in Annex 1.
Configuration 1 (PGSC Flight Laptop without Expansion Unit) is listed in this section only to
provide completeness for standard configurations. The PGSC with Expansion Assembly
(Configuration 2, 3, 4, & 5) contains the interfaces listed in section 3.1 plus the combinations of
the following:
Configuration 1
• Stand alone PGSC Flight Laptop without expansion assembly.
Configuration 2
• PCMMU port - The Pulse Code Modulation Master Unit (PCMMU) is the Orbiter central
processing unit that includes all of the Orbiter downlink (OD) telemetry. Select PCMMU
data may be de-commutated by the PGSC PC-DECOM software and routed via packetized
data to other PGSC’s.
Configuration 3
• OCA port - The OCA includes two functionally independent sections: the Ku-band
• interface and the modem interface. The OCA system, consisting of a single printed circuit
board, associated software, and interface cable, provides a means for two-way transfer of
computer files between a ground-based computer and a Payload and General Support
Computer (PGSC) on-board the Orbiter.
Configuration 4
• Proshare (AT-Bus) Card - The Proshare (AT-Bus) Card provides a means for two-way
transfer of video teleconferencing sessions between a ground-based computer and a
Payload and General Support Computer (PGSC) on-board the Orbiter.
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Configuration 5
• 2, 9-pin Serial RS-422 port- Refer to Sealevel users manual for details.
For more detailed information regarding these connectors, see IBM ThinkPad 760XD/XL,
760E/ED/EL User’s Guide, IBM Expansion Unit documentation, Sealevel documentation,
Quatech documentation, and OCA documentation.
The current expansion assembly configurations 2, 3, 4, and 5 consist of a one-slot expansion
unit that supports standard computer cards. When a standard ISA/PCI card is installed, an
optional card cage cover is mounted on the rear of the expansion assembly for protection.
The typical power usage of the expansion assembly with card(s) is approximately 35 watts.
3.3
EXPANDED/EXTENDED MEMORY
The standard configuration of the PGSC assembly contains 64MB of random access memory
(RAM). The PGSC Flight Laptop uses Microsoft Windows 95 system software. This operating
systems software was designed to alleviate base memory restrictions and does not require
special memory management software used on previous versions of the PGSC. Previously
used MS-DOS programs can still be run on the PGSC Flight Laptop using the DOS 7 software
provided by Windows 95.
For more information regarding extended or expanded memory management on the PGSC,
see ThinkPad 760XD/XL, 760 E/ED/EL User’s Guide.
3.4
ROM BIOS (READ ONLY MEMORY BASIC INPUT/OUTPUT SERVICES)
The current ROM BIOS in the PGSC is version 2.02, dated 3-12-98. Upgrades to the BIOS
may occur in the future. If application software is dependent upon a certain BIOS version, the
BIOS version number is stored in address F000:FFF5 in the PGSC memory in American
Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII) format.
3.4.1 BIOS Settings
The BIOS settings for the ThinkPad 760XD are as follows:
Power Management
Hibernation File - Enabled
AC Hibernation Timer = 0 (Disabled)
AC Standby Timer = 0 (Disabled)
AC Suspend Power Timer = 0 (Disable)
AC LCD Off Timer = 0 (Disable)
AC Hard Disk Off Timer = 0 (Disable)
AC Processor Speed = Maximum
AC Power Mode = Custom
DC Hibernation Timer = 0 (Disabled)
DC Standby Timer = 0 (Disabled)
DC Suspend Power Timer = 0 (Disable)
DC LCD Off Timer = 59 Minutes
DC Hard Disk Off Timer = 20 Minutes
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DC Processor Speed = Maximum
DC Power Mode = Custom
Enter Suspend When Lid is Closed = Disabled
Timer set for Suspend Function = Enabled
On Low Battery Suspend the Computer = Enabled
RediSafe Suspend Mode = Disabled
Use Switch for On/Off (Not Hibernation) = Enabled
Hibernation from Suspend Timer = Disabled
Expansion Unit Suspend = Disabled
LCD Battery Brightness = Normal
Video
Presentation Mode = Enabled
Screen = LCD and External
Horizontal and Vertical Expansion = Enabled
Use <Fn><F8> Key Combination to Toggle Expansion = Enabled
Enhanced Video = Shares Interrupt of PCI Bus - See Miscellaneous Section
Audio
Digital Signal Processor (DSP) = Enabled
DSP IRQ = 5
DSP Address = 4E30
DSP DMA = 7
DSP MIDI Function = Disabled
DSP Soundblaster Emulation = Disabled
DSP Internal Modem = Disabled
Warning Beeps = Enabled
Wakeup on Ring Indicator = Disabled
LCD Panel Speaker Indicator = Enabled
Infrared Port
Infrared (IR) Data Transmissions = Disabled
IR Ports = Front and Back
IR Mode = ThinkPad Format
IR COM Address = 03E8
IR IRQ = 4
IR Infrared Address = 01A0
IR DMA 3 = Enabled
Infrared Power = Off
Internal RS-232D Port
Serial Port Power = On
Serial Port Use = Enabled
Serial Port Address = COM1
Parallel Port
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Parallel Port = Enabled
Parallel Port Address = LPT1
Parallel Port Type = Bidirectional
Disk Drives
Floppy Disk Drive = Enabled as External
Secondary Hard Disk Drive = Enabled (IRQ 15)
Keyboard
<Fn> Key Locked-Down = Disabled
Keyboard Type Rate = Normal
TrackPoint III = Enabled
Miscellaneous
PCI IRQ = 11
Joystick Port = Enabled
PC CardBus 1 = Disabled
PC CardBus 2 = Disabled
Display Startup Screen = Enabled
3.4.2
BIOS Settings Confirmation
The AutoXD utility is a series of batch and executable files that automatically configure an IBM
ThinkPad 760ED and 760XD computer. The program is designed to be autonomous and
requires very little user inputs.
When completed with the AUTOXD function, the following checklist can be used to verify that
the BIOS settings have been properly configured.
The following checklist assumes use of Windows 95 Utility diskette (UTTPFW95) version 4.10
or later for the ThinkPad 760ED/760XD. All items should already be set to their shown value
with AUTOXD except as noted.
The following should be checked within “ThinkPad Configuration”.
1 - System Information
A - BIOS Part Number =
B - Machine Type =
SKZ39131208 for 760ED
SKZ39131209 for 760XD
9546U3A for 760ED
9546U9E for 760XD
2 - TrackPoint
A - TrackPoint - Enabled
B - Mouse Properties Button - Right-Handed
C - Mouse Properties Pointer Trail = Disabled
D - Mouse Properties General = Standard PS/2 Port Mouse
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3 - Audio
A - Audio - Enabled
B - Sound Properties - Check Sound Assignments
C - Audio - Playback/Recording = Mwave Wave Audio Driver
D - CD Music - CD-ROM drive = D:
E - CD Music - Headphones = High
4 - Infrared
A - Infrared - Disabled
5 - Accessibility Options
A - Fn key lock - Disabled
B - Speaker Indicator - Enabled
6 - MIDI/Joystick
A - MIDI port - Disabled
B - Joystick - Enabled
7 - Docking Station (Not Used for PCS/SSC)
8 - External Display (Settings depend upon software load)
A - Display Properties Settings 800x600 (760ED)
1024x768 (760XD)
B - Display Properties Pallet 24-bit (760ED)
64K (760XD)
9 - Parallel Port
A - Parallel Port - Enabled
B - Operating Mode - Bidirectional
10 - LCD
A - Screen Blanking - Disabled
B - Screen Expansion - Enabled
C - Screen Brightness - Normal
11 - Enhanced Video / MPEG (Default values)
A - Video-Out : Disabled (Indicates that Video-In is Enabled)
C - Color Standard - NTSC
D - Underscan - Enabled
E - Flicker Free - On
12 - Internal Modem
A - Internal Modem - Disabled
13 - Serial Port
A - Serial Port - Enabled
14 - PC-Card
A - Red Bar Next to Icon
B - Enabled CardBus - Disabled
15 - Ultrabay
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A - Secondary IDE Device - Enabled
16 - Power Management
A - Power Properties Power - Advanced
B - Power Properties Power Mode AC - Customized
C - Power Properties Power Mode AC Timers - All 0’s
D - Power Properties Processor AC - Maximum
E - Power Properties Power Mode DC - Customized
F - Power Properties Power Mode DC Timers - Suspend 0, Screen 59, HDD 20
G - Power Properties Processor DC - Maximum
17 - Status Bar
A - Customized
B - LCD+External Display
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4.0
MECHANICAL
4.1
PHYSICAL OUTLINE
The PGSC Flight Laptop has almost the same footprints as the commercial IBM ThinkPad
760XD. Its dimensions are 2.0 inches high, 11.7 inches wide, and 8.3 inches in depth with
display folded down in the stowed position. For the PGSC with expansion assembly the
dimensions are 3.5 inches high, 15.5 inches wide, and 16.5 inches in depth.
4.2
THERMAL
One fan is located in the rear of the Expansion Unit Assembly for cooling. There is also a fan
mounted internally on the Video card within the IBM ThinkPad 760XD computer with a small
outlet vent on the rear of the computer. The fan within the computer is not visible or
accessible to the user. The fans in the expansion chassis and computer allow for cooler
operation in the microgravity environment. However, testing performed on the computer
indicated a 7 degree Fahrenheit exceedance of the 113-degree F allowable touch temperature
limit. A waiver for this requirement was applied for and granted (ref. G05149). Do not block
the vent or fan during operation of the units.
4.3
Velcro
 LOCATIONS AND OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS
The structural interface with habitable modules (Space Shuttle Orbiter, SpaceHab, etc.) is with
Velcro. Refer to drawing SDZ39129262, Computer Assembly, Payload and General Support
Computer (PGSC) and SEZ39131224, Expansion Unit Assembly, for details of Velcro
placement, connectors, and markings. See Figure 4-1 and Figure 4-2 for illustration of
Velcro placement.
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FRONT EDGE
5.5
.8
1.1
0
5.0
8.65
0
0
7.3
.7
FIGURE 4-1 PGSC FLIGHT LAPTOP BOTTOM VELCRO PLACEMENT (INFORMATION ONLY)
.4
FRONT EDGE
0
10.5
FIGURE 4-2 PGSC EXPANSION UNIT BOTTOM VELCRO PLACEMENT (INFORMATION ONLY)
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4.4
MOUNTING CONSIDERATIONS
Velcro strips are attached to the PGSC to aid in mounting the unit securely in a microgravity
environment. When securing the unit, the following should be observed:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
4.5
Do not block the air vent located on the units
Do not block access to the CD-ROM
Do not block access to side or rear connectors
Do not block access to the PCMCIA slots
Do not block access to the PGSC power switch
Place the unit in an area that allows the screen to be appropriately opened.
OPERATING PRESSURE RANGE
The PGSC operates at orbiter cabin pressures ranging from 14.7 to 10.2 psi.
4.6
HUMIDITY
The PGSC can operate in normal orbiter cabin humidity.
4.7
WEIGHT
A partial list of PGSC assembly component weights is shown in Table 4-I.
4.8
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (EMC) CONSIDERATIONS
The PGSC is certified via the Space Shuttle Program Flight Equipment Non-Critical Hardware
Program Requirements Document, JSC-17038, for on Orbit operations. EMC results for
standard PGSC configurations can be made available by contacting the Portable Onboard
Computer Control Board Co-Chairman, B. Watkins at (281) 244-1335 or N. Woodbury at (281)
244-5790. All non-standard PGSC configurations will have to undergo proper EMC testing.
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TABLE 4-I. - PGSC COMPONENT WEIGHTS
PGSC 760XD Computer
Removable hard drive 3GB
Removable 8X CD-ROM
Removable floppy drive
External floppy drive case
Floppy drive bezel
SelectaDock I Expansion Unit with base and card
cover
Expansion Unit Base
PCMCIA 260MB Hard Drive
PCMMU PC board
RS-422 Iso Com PC board
RS-422 PC (Quatech) card/cable assembly
422 Adapter
AC “W” Cable (15 ft) (SED46117063)
AC “W” Cable (1.5 ft) (SED46117140)
AC “W” Cable (5 ft extension) (to be used with SED46117140)
AC “W” Cable (10 ft extension) (to be used with SED46117140)
AC “W” Cable (15 ft extension) (to be used with SED46117140)
AC “W” Cable (20 ft extension ) (to be used with SED46117140)
DC power cable (25 ft)
DC power cable (6 ft)
DC power supply cable
DC power supply
PCMMU cable (24 ft)
PCMMU port mode cable (1 ft)
RS-422A Y cable (15 ft)
RS-422 cable (24 ft)
RS-232A cable (9-pin version)
RS-232C cable (25-pin version)
RS-232 Y cable
Video in/out cable assembly
ProShare PC Board
Battery Pack NiMH
RS 422 PDIP Y Cable
RS 232 Quad Cable
PCMCIA Ethernet card/Ethernet cable
OCA Board
OCA Cable (25 ft)
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Weight (lb.)
5.01
0.49
0.8
0.51
0.51
0.01
6.85
3.15
0.2
0.35
0.5
0.23
0.25
1.4
.63
.36
.50
.64
.78
1.25
0.5
0.75
1.5
0.75
0.25
1.5
1.75
1.25
1.25
1.5
.09
0.6
1.15
2.1
2.4
0.25
0.88
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5.0
POWER REQUIREMENTS
5.1
ELECTRICAL POWER CHARACTERISTICS
5.1.1 DC Power
Electrical power characteristics were determined by high fidelity testing at the Electrical Power
Systems Laboratory using a STS power bus to power a PGSC SED39126010-305 power
supply that provided the necessary operating power to the PGSC. Current was measured for
different input voltages, and readings were taken at the power source while the PGSC was
running a program that caused approximately 75-80% of the screen pixels to be turned on and
while the removable Ni-MH battery was charging. Results of the test are shown in Table 5-I.
TABLE 5-I. - DC POWER TEST RESULTS
Input voltage
(Vdc)
Current
(amps)
Power
(watts)
For PGSC only - dc power
24.0
28.0
32.0
1.63
1.40
1.24
39.2
39.2
39.7
5.1.2 AC Power
AC Electrical power characteristics were determined by connecting an AC power supply to the
PGSC Expansion Chassis Assembly. Current was measured for different input voltages, and
readings were taken while the PGSC was running a program that caused approximately 7580% of the screen pixels to be turned on. Results of the test are shown in Table 5-2.
TABLE 5-2 AC POWER TEST RESULTS*
Input voltage
(Vac)
Current
(mAac)
Power
(watts)
For PGSC with Expansion Assembly* using 117 Vac @ 400Hz
117.0
782.2
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*Typical Expansion Assembly, Configurations 2, 3, 4, and 5. Results may vary with
configuration.
5.2
CURRENT CHARACTERISTICS FOR POWER ON
5.2.1
Current for PGSC laptop computer with expansion unit
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FIGURE 5-1 POWER ON AC CURRENT REQUIREMENT
5.2.2
Current for PGSC laptop computer only
FIGURE 5-2 POWER ON DC CURRENT REQUIREMENT
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5.3
EXTERNAL POWER SUPPLY
An external DC to DC power supply is required for the PGSC computer without Expansion
Assembly configuration. Figure 5-3 below shows a sketch of an external power supply.
FIGURE 5.3 EXTERNAL 2.6 AMP DC POWER SUPPLY
5.4
PAYLOAD-SUPPLIED POWER
Power may be provided to the PGSC through a middeck payload. The unique payload to the
PGSC DC interface cable must be equivalent to the PGSC DC power cable (SED331033334).
When using the PGSC with an Expansion Tray, a PGSC AC power cable (SED46117140 or
SED46117063), or equivalent, should be used.
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6.0
PGSC-Flight Laptop Configuration Overview
Five configurations have been defined for the PGSC Flight Laptop (all configurations can use
the 3Com Ethernet PCMCIA card):
• Standalone with RS-422 PCMCIA Card
• Docked with PC-Decom AT-Bus and RS-422 PCMCIA Cards
• Docked with OCA AT-Bus Card (Ku and PADM)
• Docked with Proshare AT-Bus and RS-422 PCMCIA Cards
• Docked with RS-422 Sealevel AT-Bus Card
All Serial Devices use either IRQ4 or IRQ3. Standard I/O Address Are Used for COM1 through
COM4. Note: Sealevel Dual Port RS-422 card also uses IRQ10 for second port (set to COM4).
The Mwave Audio Device Uses IRQ5 in all configurations.
The PCMCIA Network Adapter Uses IRQ9 for all configurations.
All AT-Bus Cards Use IRQ10. The SelectaDock I can only house a single AT-Bus card in each
configuration. Note: Sealevel Dual Port RS-422 card also uses IRQ3 for the first port.
All PCI-Related items, including SCSI, use IRQ11.
Primary IDE uses IRQ14 and Secondary IDE uses IRQ15 in all configurations.
IRQ3 and IRQ9 can be used by removing either the RS-422 PCMCIA card or the Ethernet
PCMCIA card, respectively.
The RS-422 PCMCIA card and OCA/PADM cannot be installed on the same PGSC system
due to interrupt and I/O address conflicts.
6.1
PGSC Flight Laptop IRQ Table
The following table lists the interrupt allocations for all configurations. The IRQs are arranged
numerically:
IRQ 0 System timer
IRQ 1 Keyboard
IRQ 2 Cascade to IRQ9
IRQ 3 OCA (PADM) or Quatech Dual Port RS-422 (COM2 and COM4) or Sealevel RS422 Port #1 (COM2)
IRQ 4 Built-In RS-232 (COM1)
IRQ 5 MWave Audio
IRQ 6 Floppy Diskette Controller
IRQ 7 Parallel Port
IRQ 8 Real Time Clock
IRQ 9 3Com Ethernet
IRQ 10PC-Decom, OCA (Ku), or Proshare or Sealevel RS-422 Port #2 (COM4)
IRQ 11PCI (Including SelectaDock I SCSI)
IRQ 12Trackpoint III
IRQ 13Math Coprocessor
IRQ 14HDD / CD-ROM (Primary IDE)
IRQ 15Secondary IDE
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6.2
PGSC Flight Laptop I/O Address Table
The following table lists the I/O Address allocations for all configurations. The addresses are
arranged numerically (devices which use non-contiguous address will appear multiple times):
Timer
Keyboard
Mouse
RTC
Secondary IDE
HDD/CD
OCA/PADM
Proshare
PC-Decom
Proshare
OCA/Ku
COM4(422)
COM2(422)
3Com Ethernet
Secondary IDE
Video
LPT1(Prt)
Video
PCMCIA
PCMCIA Dock
COM3
FDD
CD
COM1(232)
Video
Video
Video
Mwave
Video
SD-I SCSI II
6.3
0040-0043
0060, 0064
0060, 0064
0070-0071
0170-0177
01F0-01F7
0200-0221
0224-0227
0238-023F
0240-024F
02E0-02E7
02E8-02EF
02F8-02FF
0300-030F
0376-0377
03B4-03B5, 03BA
03BC-03BE
03C0-03CF, 03D4-03D5, 03D8-03DA
03E0-03E1
03E2-03E3
03E8-03EF
03F0-03F7
03F6-03F7
03F8-03FF
2100-21FF
43C6-43C9
46E8
4E30-4E3F
83C6-83C9
Set By System Only
PGSC Flight Laptop DMA Channel Table
The following table lists the DMA Channel allocations for all configurations. The addresses are
arranged numerically:
DMA Channels:
0
Unused
1
PC-Decom
2
FDD
3
PC-Decom
4
Unused
5
Unused
6
Unused
7
Mwave
6.4
PGSC Flight Laptop Memory Address Allocations
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The following table lists the memory addresses that should be excluded for DOS applications
when using an upper memory manager (such as EMM386). In addition to the address shows,
memory used by a PCMCIA adapter card should also be excluded. This restriction does not
apply to Windows 95 users.
Memory Addresses:
A0000-BFFFF
Video
C0000-C7FFF
Video
6.5
Configuration #1
6.5.1
Configuration #1 - Standalone with Dual Port RS-422 PC-Card (PCMCIA Card)
Com Port
Description
Internal
RS-232D
PC-Card #1
RS-422 #1
PC-Card #1
RS-422 #2
PC-Card #2
3Com
Ethernet
Available
6.5.2
COM
Number
COM1
IRQ
Number
IRQ4
I/O Address
Locations
03F8-03FF
DMA
Channel
N/A
COM2
IRQ3
02F8-02FF
N/A
COM4
IRQ3
02E8-02EF
N/A
N/A
IRQ9
0300-030F
N/A
16550 UART
Equivalent
16550 UART
Equivalent
16550 UART
Equivalent
PC-Card
N/A
IRQ10
N/A
N/A
N/A
Configuration #1 - Standalone with RS-422 Usage Table
Interrupt
Number
IRQ0
IRQ1
IRQ2
IRQ3
Device
I/O Address
Timer
Keyboard
Cascade Int
RS-422 Ports 1 and 2
IRQ4
IRQ5
IRQ6
IRQ7
IRQ8
IRQ9
IRQ10
IRQ11
IRQ12
RS-232 on ThinkPad
Mwave Audio
Floppy Drive Controller
Parallel Port
Real Time Clock
Ethernet PC-Card
Unused
PCI Bus
TrackPoint III Pointing
Device
Math Coprocessor
Primary IDE
Secondary IDE
0040-0043
0060, 0064
N/A
02F8-02FF
02E8-02EF
03F8-03FF
4E30-4E3F
03F0-03F7
0140-015F
0070-0071
0300-030F
N/A
N/A
0060, 0064
IRQ13
IRQ14
IRQ15
N/A
01F0-01F7
0170-0177
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DMA
Channel
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
7
2
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Controller
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Configuration #2
6.6.1 Configuration #2 - SelectaDock I with PC-Decom (AT-Bus) Card and Dual Port RS-422
PC-Card (PCMCIA Card)
Com Port
Description
Internal
RS-232D
PC-Card #1
RS-422 #1
PC-Card #1
RS-422 #2
PC-Decom
AT-Bus
SCSI-II
Adapter
PC-Card #2
3Com
Ethernet
6.6.2
COM
Number
COM1
IRQ
Number
IRQ4
I/O Address
Locations
03F8-03FF
DMA
Channel
N/A
COM2
IRQ3
02F8-02FF
N/A
COM4
IRQ3
02E8-02EF
N/A
SCC1A and
SCC1B
N/A
IRQ10
0238-023F
1 and 3
IRQ11 (PCI)
N/A
N/A
IRQ9
Set By
System
0300-030F
Configuration #2 - PC-Decom and RS-422 Usage Table
Interrupt
Number
IRQ0
IRQ1
IRQ2
IRQ3
Device
I/O Address
Timer
Keyboard
Cascade Int
RS-422 Ports 1 and 2
IRQ4
IRQ5
IRQ6
IRQ7
IRQ8
IRQ9
IRQ10
IRQ11
RS-232 on ThinkPad
Mwave Audio
Floppy Drive Controller
Parallel Port
Real Time Clock
Ethernet PC-Card
PC-Decom
PCI Bus / SCSI-II
IRQ12
TrackPoint III Pointing
Device
Math Coprocessor
Primary IDE
Secondary IDE
0040-0043
0060, 0064
N/A
02F8-02FF
02E8-02EF
03F8-03FF
4E30-4E3F
03F0-03F7
0140-015F
0070-0071
0300-030F
0238-023F
Set by
System
0060, 0064
IRQ13
IRQ14
IRQ15
N/A
N/A
01F0-01F7
0170-0177
DMA
Channel
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
7
2
N/A
N/A
N/A
1 and 3
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
6.7
Configuration #3
6.7.1
Configuration #3 - SelectaDock I with OCA (AT-Bus) Card
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Controller
16550 UART
Equivalent
16550 UART
Equivalent
16550 UART
Equivalent
Zilog
8530
Internal to
SelectaDock I
PC-Card
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Com Port
Description
Internal
RS-232D
OCA/PADM
AT-Bus
OCA/KuBand
AT-Bus
SCSI-II
Adapter
PC-Card #1
3Com
Ethernet
6.7.2
COM
Number
COM1
IRQ
Number
IRQ4
I/O Address
Locations
03F8-03FF
DMA
Channel
N/A
COM2
IRQ3
N/A
N/A
IRQ10
02F8-02FF
0200-0221
02E0-02E7
16550 UART
Equivalent
Unique
N/A
Unique
N/A
IRQ11
(PCI)
IRQ9
Selected by
System
0300-030F
N/A
Internal to
SelectaDock I
PC-Card
N/A
Configuration #3 - OCA Usage Table
Interrupt
Number
IRQ0
IRQ1
IRQ2
IRQ3
Device
I/O Address
Timer
Keyboard
Cascade Int
OCA/PADM
IRQ4
IRQ5
IRQ6
IRQ7
IRQ8
IRQ9
IRQ10
IRQ11
RS-232 on ThinkPad
Mwave Audio
Floppy Drive Controller
Parallel Port
Real Time Clock
Ethernet PC-Card
OCA/Ku Band
PCI Bus / SCSI-II
IRQ12
TrackPoint III Pointing
Device
Math Coprocessor
Primary IDE
Secondary IDE
0040-0043
0060, 0064
N/A
0200-0221
02F8-02FF
03F8-03FF
4E30-4E3F
03F0-03F7
0140-015F
0070-0071
0300-030F
02E0-02E7
Set By
System
0060, 0064
IRQ13
IRQ14
IRQ15
6.8
N/A
Controller
N/A
01F0-01F7
0170-0177
DMA
Channel
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
7
2
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Configuration #4
6.8.1 Configuration #4 - SelectaDock I with Proshare (AT-Bus) Card and Dual Port RS-422
PC-Card (PCMCIA Card)
Com Port
Description
COM
Number
IRQ
Number
I/O Address
Locations
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Channel
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RS-232D
PC-Card #1
RS-422 #1
PC-Card #1
RS-422 #2
Proshare
AT-Bus
SCSI-II
Adapter
PC-Card #2
3Com
Ethernet
6.8.2
COM1
IRQ4
03F8-03FF
N/A
COM2
IRQ3
02F8-02FF
N/A
COM4
IRQ3
02E8-02EF
N/A
N/A
IRQ10
N/A
N/A
IRQ11 (PCI)
N/A
IRQ9
0224-0227
0240-024F
Selected by
System
0300-030F
N/A
N/A
16550 UART
Equivalent
16550 UART
Equivalent
16550 UART
Equivalent
Unique
Internal to
SelectaDock I
PC-Card
Configuration #4 - Proshare and RS-422 Usage Table
Interrupt
Number
IRQ0
IRQ1
IRQ2
IRQ3
Device
I/O Address
Timer
Keyboard
Cascade Int
RS-422 Ports 1 and 2
IRQ4
IRQ5
IRQ6
IRQ7
IRQ8
IRQ9
IRQ10
RS-232 on ThinkPad
Mwave Audio
Floppy Drive Controller
Parallel Port
Real Time Clock
Ethernet PC-Card
Proshare
IRQ11
PCI Bus / SCSI-II
IRQ12
TrackPoint III Pointing
Device
Math Coprocessor
Primary IDE
Secondary IDE
0040-0043
0060, 0064
N/A
02F8-02FF
02E8-02EF
03F8-03FF
4E30-4E3F
03F0-03F7
0140-015F
0070-0071
0300-030F
0224-0227
0240-024F
Set By
System
0060, 0064
IRQ13
IRQ14
IRQ15
N/A
01F0-01F7
0170-0177
DMA
Channel
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
7
2
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
6.9
Configuration #5
6.9.1
Configuration #5 - SelectaDock I with Dual Port RS-422 Sealevel AT-Bus Card
Com Port
Description
Internal
RS-232D
COM
Number
COM1
IRQ
Number
IRQ4
I/O Address
Locations
03F8-03FF
37
DMA
Channel
N/A
Controller
16550 UART
Equivalent
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Sealevel ATBus
RS-422 #1
Sealevel ATBus
RS-422 #2
PC-Card #2
3Com
Ethernet
SCSI II
Adapter
6.9.2
COM2
IRQ3
02F8-02FF
N/A
16550 UART
Equivalent
COM4
IRQ10
02E8-02EF
N/A
16550 UART
Equivalent
N/A
IRQ9
0300-030F
N/A
PC-Card
N/A
IRQ11
(PCI)
N/A
N/A
Internal to
SelectaDock I
Configuration #5 - SelectaDock I with Dual Port RS-422 Sealevel Usage Table
Interrupt
Number
IRQ0
IRQ1
IRQ2
IRQ3
IRQ4
IRQ5
IRQ6
IRQ7
IRQ8
IRQ9
IRQ10
IRQ11
Device
I/O Address
Timer
Keyboard
Cascade Int
RS-422 Port #1 (COM2)
RS-232 on ThinkPad
Mwave Audio
Floppy Drive Controller
Parallel Port
Real Time Clock
Ethernet PC-Card
RS-422 Port #2 (COM4)
PCI Bus / SCSI-II
IRQ12
TrackPoint III Pointing
Device
Math Coprocessor
Primary IDE
Secondary IDE
0040-0043
0060, 0064
N/A
02F8-02FF
03F8-03FF
4E30-4E3F
03F0-03F7
0140-015F
0070-0071
0300-030F
02E8-02EF
Set by
System
0060, 0064
IRQ13
IRQ14
IRQ15
N/A
01F0-01F7
0170-0177
38
DMA
Channel
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
7
2
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
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6.10
RS-232C COMMUNICATIONS
The PGSC contains one RS-232C asynchronous serial I/O port that provides a communication
link between the PGSC and an external device. This is a standard serial port as defined in EIA
STD RS232C. This port is a 9-pin version compatible with an IBM PC-AT 9-pin serial port. For
RS-232C cable pin outs and description, see paragraph 7.2.1.
6.10.1 RS-232C Line Drivers/Receivers
The PGSC uses standard bipolar line drivers/receivers, the 1489 transmitter and the 1488
receiver. The 1488 line driver is capable of producing 14.8 mA current. Information regarding
the line drivers/receivers is readily available in published data manuals.
6.11
RS-422A COMMUNICATIONS
6.11.1 Quatech PCMCIA RS-422/485 Dual Channel Serial Adapter Card
The Quatech PCMCIA RS-422/485 interface is a standard Commercial off the Shelf (COTS)
PC Card 2.1 compliant Type II PCMCIA component which adds two fully independent
asynchronous RS-422 interfaces to the PGSC Flight Computer. The card uses a 16550 UART
with programmable baud rate and data formats. A maximum serial link of up to 4000 feet may
be realized. The RS-422 maximum baud rate is 115.2K. Consult the Quatech DSP-200/300
User’s Manual for additional information.
6.11.2 Sealevel ISA RS-422A Serial I/O ISO Communication Card
The Sealevel RS-422A Serial ISO Communication Card is a COTS “SEALEVEL” AT
compatible PC board (part number 3417). The ISO-com board uses a 16550 UART with
programmable baud rate and data formats. The board allows very long distance (5,000 ft. at
9,600 baud) communication with virtually error free differential drive characteristics. The ISOcom board provides the PGSC with two ground isolated serial ports. NOTE: Certain
Expansion Unit configurations have one of the ports disabled. Consult the User’s Manual for
additional information.
6.11.3 RS-422 Adapter
The RS-422 Adapter is an in-house designed adapter allowing compatible communications
between a Quatech PCMCIA RS-422/485 Dual Channel Serial Adapter Card (SDG39129284301) and other compatible RS-422 communication devices. The adapter applies a termination
resistance of 100 Ohms across the Data input and Auxiliary input pins to help eliminate noise
from the channel line and allows interface with existing RS-422 flight cables. See figure 6-1 for
details
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FIGURE 6-1 WIRING DIAGRAM, RS-422 ADAPTER
6.12
Ethernet Communications
6.12.1 3Com Etherlink III LAN PC Card
The 3Com Etherlink III LAN PC Card is a COTS standard Type II PCMCIA Ethernet
communications card that is PC Card 2.1 compliant. The 3Com 3C589D-COMBO card is
10BASE-2 and 10BASE-T compatible. A combo cable is attached to the card which allows the
use of either a coaxial cable connection via a BNC Connector or a Level 3 twisted pair
connection via a RJ-45 Connector. Network segments up to 1000 ft can be attained with a
coaxial cable (RG58 C/U) and segments up to 328 ft can be attained with Level 3 unshielded
twisted pair. The maximum throughput is 10 Mbps. Consult the 3Com 3C589D-COMBO
User’s Manual for additional information.
6.13
Video Communications
The PGSC contains one video-in jack and one video-out jack. Either jack requires the use of
an IBM COTS modified video interface cable assembly P/N SEZ39131213-301. The color
standard is National Television Standards Committee (NTSC) or Phase-Alternation-by-Line
(PAL) format. The standard is controlled through software settings. The video cable assembly
provides two type of connection: S-Video Jack and Composite Video Jack. The information
below describes the video specifications for each of the input/output jacks.
S-Video Jack
- 4-pin mini DIN jack
- Y signal: 1Vpp 75 ohm with negative composite sync
- C signal: 0.286Vpp 75 ohm
Composite Video Jack
- Pin jack
- 1Vpp 75 ohm with negative composite sync
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7.0
INTERFACE CABLES
7.1
POWER CABLES
The PGSC Flight Laptop configurations use Space Shuttle 28-Vdc power supplied only
through a PGSC DC power cable. If the PGSC is powered through the payload, then the
proper connector mates are the following:
dc Cable connector = MS3475L-8-33S
dc Mating connector = MS3470L-8-33P
7.1.1 PGSC 28V DC Power Cable (25 feet)
The dc power cable, part number SED33103334, connects the 28V DC Power Supply with the
28-Vdc Space Shuttle power or experiment dc power. For details see Figure 7-1.
GRN/WHT
DC FAULT GND
A
BLU/WHT
DC POWER
B
WHT
DC RETURN
C
(NC)
ORN/WHT
FIGURE 7-1. - 28V DC POWER CABLE (25 FEET)
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L
J
K
ORBITER
28 VDC
POWER
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7.1.2 PGSC 28V DC Power Cable (6 feet)
The dc power cable, part number SED39122875, connects the 28V DC Power Supply with the
28-Vdc Space Shuttle power or experiment dc power. For details, see Figure 7-2.
FIGURE 7-2. - 28V DC POWER CABLE (6 FEET)
7.1.3 16-20V DC Power Supply Cable (25 feet)
The dc power supply cable SED39126013 is required with the 28V DC power cable and 28V
DC power supply to supply 16-20V DC Power to the PGSC computer configuration only. For
details see Figure 7-3.
B L U /W H T
DC POWER
B
WHT
DC POWER RTN
C
O R G /W H T
CHASSIS GND
A
D
E
Part No. SED39126013
FIGURE 7-3 16-20V DC POWER ADAPTER CABLE (25 FEET)
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B
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7.1.4 AC Power W-Cables
AC W cable part numbers SED46117063-301 and SEG46117140-301 connect the PGSC
Expansion Unit with the 115V AC 400Hz Space Shuttle power. Use of the SEG46117140-302
through -305 cables allows for customized cable lengths when used with the SEG46117140301 W cable. Either cable permits the connection of multiple expansion units (up to a
maximum of 3) from a single AC power source. For details, see Figure 7-4, Figure 7-5, and
Figure 7-6.
-301 Wiring Diagram
FIGURE 7-4 AC POWER W-CABLE - SED46117063
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FIGURE 7-5 AC POWER W-CABLE - SED46117140-301
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FIGURE 7-6 AC POWER W-CABLE EXTENSIONS- SED46117140-302 THROUGH -305
7.2
COMMUNICATION CABLES
Communication with payloads is accomplished via cables provided for the RS-232C port (for
cabin payloads), and the two RS-422A ports (for payload bay payloads).
7.2.1 RS-232C Cables
Two 14-foot RS-232C cables are provided for experiments located in the orbiter cabin. The
first cable, a DB9 (female) to DB25 (male) part number SED33103335, is fully compatible with
an IBM AT serial cable. The second cable is a DB9 (female) to DB9 (male), part number
SED33103348. Refer to Table 7-I for the proper connector mates. For details of each cable
schematic, see Figures 7-7 and 7-8. RS-232 Y and Quad cables are also provided for
PCMMU PGSC output to experiment PGSC connections.
Table 7-I. - RECOMMENDED CONNECTOR MATES FOR THE RS-232C CABLES
25-pin (Figure 7-4)
9-pin (Figure 7-5)
Cable end
Experimenter/panel mate
AMP206800-2
AMP206801-2 *
AMP207252-2
AMP207253-2 *
* or equivalent
45
Jack/Port
ITT D110551
ITT D110551
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FIGURE 7-7 DB9F TO DB25M RS-232C CABLE SCHEMATIC.
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FIGURE 7-8 DB9F TO DB9M RS-232C CABLE SCHEMATIC.
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7.2.2 RS-422A Cables
One RS-422A cable provides a communication link between the PGSC and payload in the
payload bay. This cable connects the PDIP or CIP to the PGSC. The PDIP/CIP connector has
a part number of NLS6GT12-35P and is a male connector. The CIP and PDIP are shown in
Figures 7-9 and 7-10. A DB9-S female connector mates with an RS-422 adapter to the
PCMCIA RS-422 card/cable assembly. In addition, a DB9-S female connector mates with RS422A connector located on the Expansion Assembly of the PGSC (Configuration 5). A
schematic of this cable is provided in Figure 7-11.
The RS-422A Y cable is used to transfer information between two or three PGSC’s. A
schematic is provided in Figure 7-12.
The PDIP RS-422A Y cable provides a communication link between the payload and two
PGSC configurations. A schematic is provided in Figure 7-13.
FIGURE 7-9 COMPUTER INTERFACE PANEL (CIP)
FIGURE 7-10 PAYLOAD DATA INTERFACE PANEL (PDIP)
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FIGURE 7-11 RS-422A/CHANNEL 1 CABLE SCHEMATIC
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FIGURE 7-12
RS-422A Y/CABLE SCHEMATIC
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FIGURE 7-13 SED39126972
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- PDIP RS-422 Y CABLE
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8.0
MISCELLANEOUS
8.1
APPROVED FLOPPY DISKS
The Customer is responsible for providing floppy disks needed to support their payload. The
following floppy disks have been tested and approved for flight:
•
•
3M Micro Diskettes, 3.5” double-sided, high density, 2.0 MB, manual part number 05111112513
Dysan Micro Floppy Disks, 3.5” double-sided, high density, 2.0 MB manual part number
814937-01
Approved labels are as follows:
• Avery Diskette Laser Labels, 3.5” diskette laser labels, blue, manual part number 5896
• Fasson double-sided adhesive film, manual part number 489
• Xerox paper, 8.5” x 11” and 8.5” x 14”, white, type 4200, manual part number 3R721
8.2
APPROVED WRITABLE CDs
The Customer is responsible for providing CDs needed to support their payload. The following
CD-ROMs have been tested and materially approved for flight:
• Verbatim P/N 91226
• Memorex P/N 3202-3404
• Sony P/N CDQ-74BN
• Eastman Kodak P/N 8670028
8.3
CD GENERATION PROCEDURES
Significant difficulty has been encountered using the ThinkPad 760XD with the 8X CD-ROM
drive when reading CDs that had been burned in-house. Many CDs could not be read at all,
while others would work on one machine, but not on another. To understand the cause,
testing was performed with variation made to the blank CD-ROM brand, burning software,
burning speed, and computer/burner platform.
The results indicate that the software used and the speed of the burning process are the most
significant factors. The only CDs that were successfully read by all tested machines were
written at single (1X) speed. Therefore, the POCCB strongly recommends that all CDs to be
used on orbit be burned at single (1X) speed. Also, either HyCD version 1.2, or Adaptec Direct
CD version 2.5a CD-ROM writing software should be used.
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APPENDIX A - ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS
A/G
ac
ASCII
ATU
air-to-ground
alternating current
American Standard Code for Information Interchange
audio terminal unit
BIOS
bps
basic input/output services
bits per second
CGA
CIP
CMOS
COM
COTS
CPU
CTS
color graphics adapter
Computer Interface Panel
Complementary Metal Oxide Silicon
communication
commercial off the shelf
central processing unit
clear to send
dB
dBM
dc
DPSK
DRAM
decibel(s)
decibel(s) referred to 1 milliwatt
direct current
differential phase shift keying
Dynamic random access memory
EIA
EMC
EMS
Electronics Industries Association
Electromagnetic Compatibility
extended memory standard
FPU
FRR
FSP
ft
Floating Point Unit
Flight Readiness Review
fault summary page
foot, feet
GDU
GFE
GMT
GPC
ground development unit
Government furnished equipment
Greenwich mean time
General Purpose Computer
Hz
hertz
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I/O
in.
IRQ
ISO
input/output
inches
interrupt request
International Organization for Standardization
JSC
Johnson Space Center
KB
kilobyte
lb
LCD
LIM
pound
liquid crystal display
Lotus-Intel-Microsoft
mA
MB
MCC
Meg
MET
milliampere
megabyte
Mission Control Center
megabyte
mission elapsed time
MΩ
megohm
MS-DOS
Microsoft-disk operating system
NASA
NTSC
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
National Television Standards Committee
OCA
Orbiter Communications Adapter
P/N
PADM
PAL
PC
PCMCIA
PCMMU
PDIP
PGSC
PIP
POC
POCCB
PS
psi
PTT
part number
portable audio data modem
phase-alternation-by-line
personal computer
Personal Computer Memory Card Internal Association
Pulse Code Modulation Master Unit
payload data interface panel
payload and general support computer
Payload Integration Plan
Portable Onboard Computer
Portable Onboard Computer Control Board
power supply
pounds per square inch
push to talk
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PWR
power
RAM
RGB
ROM
RS
RTS
random access memory
red/green/blue
read only memory
recommended standard
request to send
SCSI
SIP
SpOC
SSP
SVGA
small computer system interface
System Integration Plan
Space Operations Computing
Space Shuttle Program
Super Video Graphics Array
TSR
Terminate/Stay Resident
Vac
Vdc
VGA
volts, alternating current
volts, direct current
Video Graphics Array
W
WIGSD
watt(s)
Windows Interface Guidelines for Software Design
XGA
XMS
extended graphics array
extended memory standard
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ANNEX 1
Standard PGSC Flight Configurations
PGSC Flight Computer Configuration 1 - Standalone
In this configuration, the PGSC is an IBM ThinkPad 760XD laptop computer, modified for flight,
with no Expansion Assembly. The external DC Power Supply is required with this
configuration. The ThinkPad computer comes with a Pentium 166 MHz CPU.
Standard Installed Equipment:
Nomenclature
Part Number
760XD Computer
SDZ39129262-3XX
SEG39129286-301
SDZ39129265-301
SEZ39129266-301
NiMH Battery Pack*
Removable 8X CD-ROM Drive
Removable Hard Drive (3 GB)
*BATTERY PACK REMOVED
Support Equipment:
Nomenclature
Part Number
DC Power Adapter Cable
DC Power Supply Assembly
DC Power Cable (6 ft.)
DC Power Cable (25ft.)
RS-232A Cable (9-9 pin)
RS-232C Cable (25-9 pin)
RS-232 Quad Cable
RS-232 Y Cable
Video In-Out Cable
Ethernet PC Card/Cable Assembly
Network Cable (3ft.)
Network Cable (25ft.)
Network “T” Connector
Network Terminator
PCMCIA SCSI Card with Cable
RS-422 Quatech Card/Cable Assembly
RS-422 Adapter
RS-422 Cable (25ft)
RS-422 PDIP Y-Cable
RS-422 Y Cable
SED39126013-301
SED39126010-305
SED39122875-301
SED33103334-311
SED33103348-307
SED33103335-305
SED39126980-301
SED39124826-301
SEZ39131213-301
SDZ39129269-301
SED39129316-301
SED39129317-301
SED39129318-301
SED39129319-301
SED33107171-301
SDZ39129284-301
SEZ39121212-301
SED39126965-301
SED39126972-301
SED39126969-301
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PGSC Expansion Assembly Configuration 2 - PCMMU
In this configuration, the PGSC is an IBM ThinkPad 760XD laptop computer and an IBM
SelectaDock Expansion Unit that contains a Sealevel ACB-530 advanced communication
board for PCMMU. All units have been modified for flight.
Standard Installed Equipment:
Nomenclature
760XD Computer
SelectaDock I Expansion Unit
Expansion Unit Base
PCMMU PC Board
Removable 8X CD-ROM
Removable Hard Drive (3 GB)
NiMH Battery Pack*
* BATTERY PACK OPTIONAL
Part Number
SDZ39129262-3XX
SEZ39131224-301
SEZ39131223-301
SED39126967-301
SDZ39129265-301
SEZ39129266-301
SEG39129286-301
Support Equipment:
AC “W” Power Cable
RS-232A Cable (9-9 PIN)
RS-232C Cable (25-9 PIN)
PCMMU (24 FT) Cable
PCMMU PORT Mode (1 ft) Cable
RS-232 Y Cable
RS-232 Quad Cable
Video In/Out Cable
Ethernet PC Card/Cable Assembly
Network Cable (3ft.)
Network Cable (25ft.)
Network “T” Connector
Network Terminator
PCMCIA SCSI Card with Cable
RS-422 Quatech Card/Cable Assembly
RS-422 Adapter
RS-422 Cable (25 ft)
RS-422 PDIP Y-Cable
RS-422 Y Cable
SED46117063-301
SED33103348-307
SED33103335-305
SED39126005-301
SED39126026-301
SED39124826-301
SED39126980-301
SEZ39131213-301
SDZ39129269-301
SED39129316-301
SED39129317-301
SED39129318-301
SED39129319-301
SED33107171-301
SDZ39129284-301
SEZ39121212-301
SED39126965-301
SED39126972-301
SED39126969-301
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PGSC Expansion Assembly Configuration 3 - OCA
In this configuration, the PGSC is an IBM ThinkPad 760XD laptop computer and an IBM
SelectaDock Expansion Unit that contains an OCA PC board for Ku-band and Modem
interfaces. All units have been modified for flight.
Standard Installed Equipment:
Nomenclature
760XD Computer
SelectaDock I Expansion Unit
Expansion Unit Base
OCA PC Board
Removable Hard Drive (3 GB)
Removable 8X CD-ROM
NiMH Battery Pack*
* BATTERY PACK OPTIONAL
Part Number
SDZ39129262-3XX
SEZ39131224-301
SEZ39131223-301
SED16102686-301
SEZ39129266-301
SDG39129265 -301
SEG39129286-301
Support Equipment:
Nomenclature
Part Number
AC “W” Power Cable
RS-232A Cable (9-9 PIN)
RS-232C Cable (25-9 PIN)
RS-232 Y Cable
RS-232 Quad Cable
Video In/Out Cable
OCA Ku-band/Audio Cable
Modem Cable (25 ft.)
Ethernet PC Card/Cable Assembly
Network Cable (3ft.)
Network Cable (25ft.)
Network “T” Connector
Network Terminator
PCMCIA SCSI Card with Cable
SED46117063-301
SED33103348-307
SED33103335-305
SED39124826-301
SED39126980-301
SEZ39131213-301
SED16102693-301
SED33104173-301
SDZ39129269-301
SED39129316-301
SED39129317-301
SED39129318-301
SED39129319-301
SED33107171-301
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PGSC Expansion Assembly Configuration 4 - ProShare
In this configuration, the PGSC is an IBM ThinkPad 760XD laptop computer and an IBM
SelectaDock Expansion Unit that contains a ProShare PC Board to allow for video
communication on the network when OCA Router is running. All units have been modified for
flight.
Standard Installed Equipment:
Nomenclature
760XD Computer
SelectaDock I Expansion Unit
Expansion Unit Base
ProShare PC Board
Removable Hard Drive (3 GB)
Removable Floppy Drive
NiMH Battery Pack*
* BATTERY PACK OPTIONAL
Part Number
SDZ39129262-3XX
SEZ39131224-301
SEZ39131223-301
SED16102920-303
SEZ39129266-301
SEG39129288-301
SEG39129286-301
Support Equipment:
Nomenclature
Part Number
AC “W” Power Cable
RS-232A Cable (9-9 PIN)
RS-232C Cable (25-9 PIN)
RS-232 Y Cable
RS-232 Quad Cable
Video In/Out Cable
Ethernet PC Card/Cable Assembly
Network Cable (3ft.)
Network Cable (25ft.)
Network “T” Connector
Network Terminator
PCMCIA SCSI Card with Cable
RS-422 Quatech Card/Cable Assembly
RS-422 Adapter
RS-422 Cable (25 ft)
RS-422 PDIP Y-Cable
RS-422 Y Cable
SED46117063-301
SED33103348-307
SED33103335-305
SED39124826-301
SED39126980-301
SEZ39131213-301
SDZ39129269-301
SED39129316-301
SED39129317-301
SED39129318-301
SED39129319-301
SED33107171-301
SDZ39129269-301
SEZ39121212-301
SED39126965-301
SED39126972-301
SED39126969-301
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PGSC Expansion Assembly Configuration 5 - RS-422
In this configuration, the PGSC is an IBM ThinkPad 760XD laptop computer and an IBM
SelectaDock Expansion Unit that contains a Sealevel ISO-COM 3417 dual RS-422 PC Card.
All units have been modified for flight.
Standard Installed Equipment:
Nomenclature
760XD Computer
SelectaDock I Expansion Unit
Expansion Unit Base
RS-422 ISO COM PC Board
Removable Hard Drive (3 GB)
Removable 8X CD-ROM
NiMH Battery Pack*
* BATTERY PACK OPTIONAL
Part Number
SDZ39129262-3XX
SEZ39131224-301
SEZ39131223-301
SED39126966-301
SEZ39129266-301
SDZ39129265-301
SEG39129286-301
Support Equipment:
Nomenclature
Part Number
AC “W” Power Cable
RS-232A Cable (9-9 PIN)
RS-232C Cable (25-9 PIN)
RS-232 Y Cable
RS-232 Quad Cable
Video In/Out Cable
Ethernet PC Card/Cable Assembly
Network Cable (3ft.)
Network Cable (25ft.)
Network “T” Connector
Network Terminator
PCMCIA SCSI Card with Cable
RS-422 Cable (25 ft)
RS-422 PDIP Y-Cable
RS-422 Y Cable
SED46117063-301
SED33103348-307
SED33103335-305
SED39124826-301
SED39126980-301
SEZ39131213-301
SDZ39129269-301
SED39129316-301
SED39129317-301
SED39129318-301
SED39129319-301
SED33107171-301
SED39126965-301
SED39126972-301
SED39126969-301
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