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MIC-3368
6U-size CompactPCI™ Low
Power Pentium® III 700MHz
Master Single Board
Computer
Advantech CompactPCI™
Modular Industrial Computer
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Acknowledgements
Award is a trademark of Award Software International, Inc.
Fast EtherChannel (FEC) is a trademark of Cisco Systems, Inc.
IBM, PS/2, OS/2, and VGA are trademarks of International Business Machines
Corporation.
Intel®, Pentium®, and PRO/100+ are trademarks of Intel Corporation.
Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
NetWare is a trademark of Novell, Inc.
Symbios is a trademark of Symbios Logic Corporation.
PICMG™, CompactPCI™ and the PICMG™, and CompactPCI™ logos are trademarks
of the PCI Industrial Computers Manufacturers Group.
All other product names or trademarks are properties of their respective owners.
CE Notification
The MIC-3368, developed by Advantech CO., LTD., has passed the CE test for
environment specification when shielded cables are used for external wiring. We
recommend the use of shielded cables.
Part No. 2006336800
1st Edition
Printed in Taiwan
March 2002
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Product warranty
Advantech warrants to you, the original purchaser, that each of its products will be
free from defects in materials and workmanship for one year from the date of
purchase. This warranty does not apply to any products which have been repaired or
altered by persons other than repair personnel authorized by Advantech, or which
have been subject to misuse, abuse, accident or improper installation. Advantech
assumes no liability under the terms of this warranty as a consequence of such
events. Because of Advantech’s high quality-control standards and rigorous testing,
most of our customers never need to use our repair service. If an Advantech product
is defective, it will be repaired or replaced at no charge during the warranty period.
For out-of-warranty repairs, you will be billed according to the cost of replacement
materials, service time and freight. Please consult your dealer for more details.
If you think you have a defective product, follow these steps:
1. Collect all the information about the problem encountered. (For example, CPU
speed, Advantech products used, other hardware and software used, etc.) Note
anything abnormal and list any on-screen messages you get when the problem
occurs.
2. Call your dealer and describe the problem. Please have your manual, product,
and any helpful information readily available.
3. If your product is diagnosed as defective, obtain an RMA (return merchandize
authorization) number from your dealer. This allows us to process your return more
quickly.
4. Carefully pack the defective product, a fully-completed Repair and Replacement
Order Card and a photocopy proof of purchase date (such as your sales receipt) in
a shippable container. A product returned without proof of the purchase date is not
eligible for warranty service.
5. Write the RMA number visibly on the outside of the package and ship it prepaid to
your dealer.
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Packing List
Before installing your board, ensure that the following materials have been
received:
• 1 MIC-3368 all-in-one single board computer
• 1 Utility CD-ROM disc
• 1 Heat sink (Assembled)
• 1 Thermal pad (Assembled)
• 1 Y-type keyboard/mouse cable
• 1 RJ-45 to RS-232 COM port adaptor
• 1 Hard drive isolation pad
• 1 Solder-side cover (Assembled)
• Several screws
• 1 warranty certificate
• This user's manual
If any of these items are missing or damaged, contact your distributor or sales
representative immediately.
Technical Support and Sales Assistance
If you have any technical questions about the MIC-3368 or any other Advantech
products, please visit our support website at:
• http://support.advantech.com.tw
For more information about Advantech's products and sales information, please
visit:
• http://www.advantech.com.
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Contents
1. Hardware Configuration ............................................................. 1
1.1 Introduction ............................................................................... 2
1.2 Specifications ............................................................................. 4
1.3 Functional Block Diagram ............................................................ 7
1.4 Jumpers .................................................................................... 8
1.4.1 Jumper Locations ......................................................................... 8
1.4.2 Jumper Settings ........................................................................... 8
1.4.3 Clear CMOS (JP2) ......................................................................... 9
1.5 Connectors ............................................................................... 10
1.6 Safety Precautions ..................................................................... 13
1.7 Installing SDRAM (SODIMMs) ...................................................... 14
1.8 Installing CPU and Heat Sink ....................................................... 15
1.9 Software support ....................................................................... 16
2. Connecting Peripherals .............................................................. 17
2.1 IDE Device (CN10) ..................................................................... 18
2.2 VGA Display Connector (CN3) ...................................................... 18
2.3 PS/2 Keyboard and Mouse Connector (CN5) .................................. 18
2.4 Serial Ports (CN1 and CN2) ......................................................... 19
2.5 Ethernet Configuration (CN6 and CN7) ......................................... 19
2.6 USB Connector (CN4) ................................................................. 20
2.7 Card Installation ........................................................................ 20
3. Ethernet Software Configuration ................................................ 23
3.1 Introduction ............................................................................. 24
3.2 Utility and Drivers ...................................................................... 24
3.3 Installation for Windows NT 4.0 ................................................... 27
4. AGP SVGA Setup ...................................................................... 37
4.1 Introduction .............................................................................. 38
4.2 Installation of SVGA Driver .......................................................... 38
4.3 Installation for Windows NT 4.0 ................................................... 39.
5. Award BIOS Setup ................................................................... 45
5.1 AWARD BIOS Setup ................................................................... 46
5.1.1 Entering setup ............................................................................ 46
5.1.2 Standard CMOS setup .................................................................. 47
5.1.3 BIOS features setup ..................................................................... 48
5.1.4 CHIPSET features setup ................................................................ 52
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5.1.5 Power management setup ............................................................. 53
5.1.6 PCI configuration setup ................................................................. 54
5.1.7 Load BIOS defaults ....................................................................... 54
5.1.8 Load setup defaults ...................................................................... 54
5.1.9 Integrated Peripherals .................................................................. 55
5.1.10 Password setting ........................................................................ 55
5.1.11 IDE HDD auto detection .............................................................. 55
5.1.12 Save & exit setup ....................................................................... 55
5.1.13 Exit without saving ..................................................................... 55
A. Programming the Watchdog Timer .............................................. 57
A.1 Programming the Watchdog Timer ............................................... 58
B. Pin Assignments ....................................................................... 61
B.1 VGA Display Connector (CN3) ...................................................... 62
B.2 COM1 and COM2 Serial Ports (CN1 and CN2) ................................... 62
B.3 Keyboard and Mouse Connnector (CN5) .......................................... 63
B.4 USB Connector (CN4) .................................................................. 63
B.5 CPU Fan Power Connector (CN8) ................................................... 64
B.6 Ethernet RJ-45 Connectors (CN6 and CN7) ..................................... 64
B.7 CompactFlash Socket (CN9) ......................................................... 65
B.8 System I/O Ports ........................................................................ 66
B.9 Interrupt Assignments ................................................................. 67
B.10 1st MB Memory Map .................................................................. 67
B.11 J1 connector pin assignments ..................................................... 68
B.12 J2 connector pin assignments ..................................................... 69
B.13 J3 connector pin assignments ..................................................... 70
B.14 J4 connector pin assignments for MIC-3368 .................................. 71
B.15 J4 connector pin assignments for MIC-3368 .................................. 72
B.16 J5 connector pin assignments (MIC-3368 only) .............................. 73
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Figures
Figure 1-1: MIC-3368 functional block diagram ........................................... 7
Figure 1-2: MIC-3368 jumper and connector locations .................................. 11
Figure 1-3: MIC-3368 front panel connector and indicator locations …………………..12
Figure 1-4: Heat sink installation .............................................................. 15
Figure 5-1: Setup program initial screen .................................................... 46
Figure 5-2: CMOS setup screen ................................................................ 47
Figure 5-3: BIOS features setup screen...................................................... 48
Figure 5-4: CHIPSET features setup screen ................................................ 52
Figure 5-5: Power management setup screen ............................................. 53
Figure 5-6: PCI configuration screen ......................................................... 54
Figure 5-7: Integrated peripherals ............................................................ 55
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Tables
Table 1-1: MIC-3368 jumper descriptions ................................................... 8
Table 1-2: Clear CMOS............................................................................. 9
Table 1-3 MIC-3368 connector descriptions ............................................... 10
Table 2-1: MIC-3368 serial port default settings ......................................... 19
Table B-1: MIC-3368 CRT display connector .............................................. 62
Table B-2: MIC-3368 COM1 and com2 serial ports ...................................... 62
Table B-3: MIC-3368 keyboard connector .................................................. 63
Table B-4: USB connector ........................................................................ 63
Table B-5: MIC-3368 CPU fan power connector .......................................... 64
Table B-6: MIC-3368 Ethernet RJ-45 connectors ........................................ 64
Table B-7: MIC-3368 CompactFlash socket ................................................ 65
Table B-8: System I/O ports .................................................................... 66
Table B-9: Interrupt assignments ............................................................. 67
Table B-10:1st MB memory map ............................................................... 67
Table B-11: J1 connector pin assignments ................................................. 68
Table B-12: J2 connector pin assignments ................................................. 69
Table B-13: J3 connector pin assignments ................................................. 70
Table B-14: J4 connector pin assignments for MIC-3368 .............................. 71
Table B-15: J4 connector pin assignments for MIC-3368 .............................. 72
Table B-16: J5 connector pin assignments ................................................. 73
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1
Hardware
Configuration
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1.1 Introduction
The MIC-3368 is a 6U-size CompactPCI™ all-in-one single board with low power
Pentium® III 700MHz CPU on-board which complies with PICMG 2.0 R2.1
CompactPCI™ specifications. Targeting performance-demanding applications like
computer telephony and communications. Based on Intel® ’s 440GX chipset, the
MIC-3368 enhances its performance with 100 MHz front side bus.
High Performance Pentium® III Processor
The MIC-3368 integrated an Intel® low power Pentium® III 700MHz processor with
the BGA2 package. The low power Pentium® III 700MHz processor has on-chip 256
KB cache providing high performance with low cost. With the support of a 100MHz
CPU bus clock, the MIC-3368 can fulfill customer’s expectations of
high-performance computing capability.
Compact Mechanical Design
The MIC-3368 has many functions on a single board with only one-slot width.
Advantech provides a CPU heat sink specially designed for the low power Pentium®
III processor, enabling the MIC-3368 to operate without a cooling fan on the heat
sink. It only needs external cooling air from the chassis fans for ventilation. This
enables the MIC-3368 to use a Pentium® III CPU within a mere 1-slot wide space.
Single P2P Bridge
The MIC-3368 with single PCI-to-PCI Bridge (Intel® DEC21155) is applicable up to
8-slot enclosure (MIC-3032/MIC-3038) and drive up to seven bus master PCI slots.
PMC (PCI Mezzanine Card) IEEE1386.1 Compliant
The MIC-3368 support up to two PMC sites and compliant with PICMG 2.3 (PCI
Mezzanine Card) specification. These two 32-bit PMC interface provides front access
capability by PMC modules for various function demanding.
Complete I/O Functions
The MIC-3368 offers all the I/O functions of an industrial computer with the rugged
Eurocard form factor. Since two PMC sites knockouts most area of front panel, only
few I/O connectors are available on the front panel including one Ethernet interface,
one serial port, and one PS/2 K/B and mouse. The rest of I/O have fully connected
to the rear I/O module via user-define connector (J3 ~ J5) on the backplane. These
I/O contain two Fast Ethernet interfaces, secondary serial port, one USB port, one
VGA connector, and one PS/2 keyboard/mouse connector. The front panel also has
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a reset button and LEDs for power status, HDD operation and Ethernet
communication. The built-in high speed IDE controller provides two separate IDE
channels with Ultra DMA/33 mode. The user-defined J3 connector is designed to
support up to four IDE devices and two floppy drives. These drives can simply be
connected to the backplane or to the rear transition board for easy service and
maintenance.
Meets Industrial and Computer-Telephony Applications Requirements
The MIC-3368 is designed for use in mission critical applications. It accepts a
CompactFlash™ memory card on either the rear transition board or MIC-3368 itself,
thus eliminating the need to use a fragile rotating hard drive. A watchdog timer can
automatically reset the system if the system stops due to a program bug or EMI. The
two-layer front panel design complies with IEEE 1101.10. Connectors are firmly
screwed to the front panel, and the replaceable shielding gasket is attached to the
panel edge. This reduces emissions and gives better protection against external
interference.
1.2 Specifications
Standard SBC Functions
• CPU: BGA2 Low Power Pentium® III Coppermine CPU 700 MHz
• BIOS: Award 2 Mb flash memory
• Chipset: Intel® 440GX / 440BX Chipset
• Front Side Bus Clock: 100 MHz for Intel® Pentium® III CPU
• Bus Interface: 32-bit, 33 MHz, PICMG 2.0 compliant
• 2nd level cache: CPU built-in 256 KB (Pentium®III) on die
• RAM: Two 144-pin SO-DIMM sockets. Support PC-100 SDRAMs with memory
capacity up to 1GB (MIC-3368) and 512MB for MIC-3368B. Support ECC.
• Enhanced IDE interface: Two channels handles up to 4 IDE HDDs or other IDE
devices via J3 connector. Supports PIO mode 4 and Ultra DMA/33 mode.
• Floppy disk drive interface: Supports up to two floppy disk drives through the
J3 connector
• Serial ports: Two RS-232 ports with 16C550 compatible UARTs
• USB interface: One USB connector with fuse protection. Complies with USB
specification 1.0
• Keyboard/mouse connectors: One 6-pin mini-DIN connector on the front panel
• Watchdog timer: Can generate a system reset. Software enabled/disabled. Time
interval is from 1 to 63 seconds, jumperless with run-time setup.
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PCI-to-PCI Bridge
• Controller chip: One (MIC-3368) Intel® DEC 21155 transparent controller chips,
drives up to seven PCI master peripherals
• Supports up to seven bus masters on each bus segment
• Provides seven pairs of GNT# and REQ# signals on each bus segment
10/100Base-TX Ethernet Interface
• Controller chips: Two Intel® 82559 Fast Ethernet controller chips
• Dual LAN ports (RJ-45)
• 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps auto-switching
AGP VGA Interface
• Controller: Intel® C&T 69030
• AGP 1.0 compliant, 66 MHz
• Display memory: On-chip 4MB SDRAM
• Display Resolution Number of Colors:
640 x 480, 800 x 600,
1024 x 768, 1280 x 1024 256 (8 bits)
640 x 480, 800 x 600, 1024 x 768 65, 536 (16 bits)
640 x 480, 800 x 600 16.8 million (24 bits)
640 x 480, 800 x 600 16.8 million (32 bits).
Optional Rear I/O Boards
• For MIC-3368: MIC-3308
• For MIC-3368B: MIC-3308
Mechanical and Environmental Specifications
• Operating temperature: 0 ~ 55° C (32 ~ 131° F)
• Storage Temperature: -20 ~ 80° C (-4 ~ 176° F)
• Humidity (operating and storage): 5 ~ 95% (non-condensing)
• Power Consumption: +5 V@ 2.1 A; +3.3 V @ 2.5 A; +12 V @ 640 mA
• Board size: 233.35 x 160 mm (6U size), 1-slot (4 TE) wide
• Weight: 0.8 kg (1.8 lb)
• Shock: 20 G (operating); 50 G (storage/transit)
• Random vibration: 1.5 Grms.
1.3 Functional Block Diagram
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Figure 1-1: MIC-3368 functional block diagram.
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1.4 Jumpers
1.4.1 Jumper Locations
The MIC-3368 provides a jumper (JP2) for configuring your board for specific
applications other than the default settings. Table 1-1 lists the jumper function.
Figure 1-2 illustrates the jumper location. Read this section carefully before
changing the jump setting on your MIC-3368 card.
Table 1-1: MIC-3368 jumper descriptions
Number Function
JP1
Clear CMOS
JP2
CF Mode (CF Master / Slave)
JP3
Hot-swap connector (For MIC-3368C only)
JP6
Primary PCI VIO
JP7
Secondary PCI VIO
JP8
PMC Module voltage
1.4.2 Jumper Settings
This section tells how to set the jumpers to configure your card. It gives the card
default configuration and your options for each jumper. After you set the jumpers
and install the card, you will also need to run the BIOS Setup program (discussed in
Chapter 6) to configure the serial port addresses, floppy/hard disk drive types and
system operating parameters. Connections, such as hard disk cables, appear in
Chapter 2. For the locations of each jumper, see the board layout diagram depicted
earlier in this chapter.
You configure your card to match the needs of your application by setting jumpers.
A jumper is the simplest kind of electric switch. It consists of two metal pins and a
small metal cap (often protected by a plastic cover) that slides over the pins to
connect them. To "close" a jumper you connect the pins with the cap. To "open" a
jumper you remove the cap. Sometimes a jumper will have three pins, labeled 1, 2
and 3. In this case you connect either pins 1 and 2 or 2 and 3.
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The jumper settings are schematically depicted in this manual as follows:
You may find a pair of needle-nose pliers useful for setting the jumpers.
If you have any doubts about the best hardware configuration for your application,
contact your local distributor or sales representative before you make any changes.
1.4.3 Clear CMOS (JP1)
This jumper is used to erase CMOS data and reset system BIOS information. Follow
the procedures below to clear the CMOS.
1. Turn off the system.
2. Close jumper JP2 (2-3) for about 3 seconds.
3. Close jumper JP2 (1-2).
4. Turn on the system. The BIOS is reset to its default setting.
Table 1-2: Clear CMOS
CMOS JP1
Clear
Normal (default)
1.5 Connectors
On-board connectors link to external devices such as hard disk drives, keyboards, or
floppy drives, etc. Table 1-3 lists the function of each connector and Figure 1-2 and
Figure 1-3 illustrate each connector location. Chapter 2 gives instructions for
connecting external devices to your card.
Table 1-3 MIC-3368 connector descriptions
Number Function
CN1 Secondary IDE (CF)
CN2 Primary IDE
CN4 SODIMM Socket
CN5 Ethernet RJ-45 Connector
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CN7 COM1 RJ-45 Connector
CN8 CPU fan power connector
CN9 CompactFlash socket (optional)
J1/J2 Primary CompactPCI™ bus
J3 Rear I/O transition
J4 (MIC-3368) Rear I/O transition
J4/J5 (MIC-3368) Secondary CompactPCI™ bus
LED1 HDD LED and Power LED
SW1 Reset switch
Please refer to Appendix B for pin assignments.
Figure 1-2: MIC-3368 jumper and connector locations.
Figure 1-3: MIC-3368 front panel connector and indicator locations
1.6 Safety Precautions
Follow these simple precautions to protect yourself from harm and the products
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from damage.
1. To avoid electric shock, always disconnect the power from your PC chassis before
you work on it. Don't touch any components on the CPU card or other cards while
the PC is on.
2. Disconnect power before making any configuration changes. The sudden rush of
power as you connect a jumper or install a card may damage sensitive electronic
components.
3. Always ground yourself to remove any static charge before you touch your CPU
card. Be particularly careful not to touch the chip connectors. Modern integrated
electronic devices, especially CPUs and memory chips, are extremely sensitive to
static electric discharges and fields. Keep the card in its antistatic packaging when it
is not installed in the PC, and place it on a static dissipative mat when you are
working with it. Wear a grounding wrist strap for continuous protection.
1.7 Installing SDRAM (SODIMMs)
The MIC-3368 provides two 144-pin SODIMM sockets. Each socket accepts either
16, 32, 64, 128 or 256 MB SDRAM (for MIC-3368B). Also the 512MB SODIMM
support for MIC-3368. The sockets can be filled in any combination with SODIMMs
of any size, giving a total memory capacity between 16 and 512 MB. If only one
SODIMM module is required, it can be installed in either SODIMM socket.
Since the MIC-3368 can operate at 66 or 100 MHz, we recommend using
PC100-compliant SODIMMs. To enable the chipset's Error Checking and Correction
(ECC) function, please use SODIMMs which support the ECC function. The
procedure for installing SODIMMs appears below. Please follow these steps
carefully.
1. Ensure that all power supplies to the system are switched off.
2. Install the SODIMM module. Install the SODIMM so that its gold pins point down
into the SODIMM socket.
3. Slip the SODIMM into the socket at a 45 degree angle and carefully fit the bottom
of the card against the connectors.
4. Gently push the SODIMM into the socket until the clips on the ends of the
SODIMM sockets snap into place.
5. Check to ensure that the SODIMM is correctly seated and all connector contacts
touch. The SODIMM should not move around in its socket.
NOTE: The SODIMM modules can only fit into sockets one way, in
accordance with the keyed notches along the bottom edge of the modules.
Their gold pins must point down into the SODIMM socket.
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1.8 Installing CPU Heat Sink
The MIC-3368 integrates Intel® Low Power Pentium® III Coppermine CPU. In order
to meet critical environmental conditions and the physical space of the MIC-3368 at
the same time, Advantech designed a heat sink to fulfill its primary needs. Please
refer to Figure 1-4 for an illustration of the heat sink used for the MIC-3368.
The small aluminum plate is default fastened on the CPU in the factory.
Figure 1-4: Heat sink installation.
Figure 1-5: Complete assembly with heat sink and hard disk
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1.9 Software support
The MIC-3368 comes with a utility CD-ROM disc, which includes drivers and utility
programs of Ethernet and SVGA interfaces. The 440GX and 440BX chipset may not
be recognized by some old-versioned Windows 95. Please visit Intel®’s website to
download the required files:
http://developer.intel.com/design/chipsets/drivers/inf_update.htm.
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2
Connecting
Peripherals
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2.1 IDE Device (CN10)
The MIC-3368 provides two IDE (Integrated Device Electronics) channels via the J3
connector to the rear transition board (RIO-3308 for MIC-3368). Four IDE drives
can be connected to the MIC-3368 through the rear transition board. Users can
connect two IDE drives to each IDE channel. If two drives are installed on one
channel, remember to set one as the master and the other one as the slave. You
may do this by setting the jumpers on the drives. Refer to the documentation that
came with your drive for more information. A jumper diagram usually appears on
the top side of a hard disk drive.
Warning: Plug the other end of the cable into the drive with pin #1 on the cable
corresponding to pin #1 on the drive. Improper connection will damage the drive.
2.2 VGA Display Connector (CN3)
The MIC-3368 provides a VGA chipset (CHIPs 69030) built-in display for high
performance application. The RIO-3308's CN3 is a DB-15 connector for VGA monitor
input. Pin assignments for the VGA display are detailed in Appendix B.
2.3 PS/2 Keyboard and Mouse Connector (CN5)
The MIC-3368 provides a 6-pin mini-DIN connector (CN5) on the front panel for
connection of PS/2 keyboard and PS/2 mouse. The MIC-3368 comes with a cable to
convert from the single 6-pin mini-DIN connector to a double PS/2 keyboard
connector and PS/2 mouse connector. Since these two connectors are identical,
please, follow the icons on the cable to plug the keyboard and the mouse into their
correct connectors.
2.4 Serial Ports (CN1 and CN2)
The MIC-3368 offers two serial ports: COM1 and COM2, both in RS-232. With
limited front panel access, only COM1 can be connected via a RJ-45 to RS-232
adaptor and COM2 interface has to via rear I/O module (RIO-3308) for implement.
These ports allow users to connect to serial devices (a mouse, printers, etc.) or a
communication network. You can select the address for each port (For example,
3F8H [COM1], 2F8H [COM2]) or disable it, using the BIOS Advanced Setup program,
covered in Chapter 5. Different devices implement the RS-232 standard in different
ways. If you are having problems with a serial device, be sure to check the pin
assignments for the connector. The IRQ and address range for both ports are fixed.
However, if you wish to disable the port or change these parameters later, you can
do this in the system BIOS setup. The table below shows the settings for the
MIC-3368 board's ports:
Table 2-1: MIC-3368 serial port default settings
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Port Address Default
COM1 3F8, 3E8 3F8/IRQ4
COM2 2F8, 2E8 2F8/IRQ3
2.5 Ethernet Configuration (CN6 and CN7)
The MIC-3368 is equipped with dual high performance 32-bit PCI-bus Fast Ethernet
interfaces which are fully compliant with IEEE 802.3u 10/100Base-TX specifications.
It is supported by all major network operating systems and is 100% Novell NE-2000
compatible. One on-board RJ-45 jacks provide convenient connection to the
network. Another one has to go through RIO module as well as COM port. The
medium type can be configured via the software program included on the utility
CD-ROM disc. (See Chapter 3 for detailed information.).
2.6 USB Connector (CN4)
The MIC-3368 provides one USB (Universal Serial Bus) interface via the rear I/O
module panel. The USB interface gives complete plug and play, hot attach/detach
for up to 127 external devices. The MIC-3368 USB interface complies with USB
specification rev. 1.0 and is fuse protected. The USB interface can be disabled in the
system BIOS setup. The USB controller default is "Enabled" but the USB keyboard
support default is "Disabled".
2.7 PMC Connector (CN4)
The MIC-3368 support two PMC (PMC Mezzanine Card) modules on PCI bus 0. The
MIC-3368 support two PMC (PMC Mezzanine Card) modules on PCI bus 0. This
32-bit, 3.3 V PCI bus is available at connectors J11 and J12. J14 is used for PMC rear
panel I/O per the PMC specification (IEEE P1386.1/Draft 2.2). Front panel access is
provided for the PMC interface. Signals from PMC modules that support rear panel
I/O are routed out the rear of the board through backplane connector J3. A second
PMC position is also available as an option. This position replaces the EIDE drive
capability, front panel video, and Serial Port access. This 32-bit, 3.3 V PCI bus is
available at connectors J21 and J22. J24 is used for PMC rear panel I/O per the PMC
specification (IEEE P1386.1/Draft 2.2). Rear panel I/O from this PMC site is routed
out the rear of the board through backplane connector J5.
2.8 Card Installation
The CompactPCI™ connectors are firm and rigid, and require careful handling while
plugging and unplugging. Improper installation of a card can easily damage the
backplane of the chassis. The inject/eject handles of MIC-3368 help you install and
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remove the card easily and safely. Follow the procedure below to install the
MIC-3368 into a chassis:
To install a card:
1. Hold the card vertically. Be sure that the card is pointing in the correct direction.
The components of the card should be pointing to the right-hand side.
2. Pull out both handles to unlock it.
Caution: Keep your fingers away from the hinge to prevent your fingers from getting
pinched.
3. Insert the card into the chassis by sliding the upper and lower edges of the card
into the card guides.
4. Push the card into the slot gently by sliding the card along the card guide until the
handles meet the rectangular holes of the cross rails. Note: If the card is correctly
positioned and has been slid all the way into the chassis, the handle should match
the rectangular holes. If not, remove the card from the card guide and repeat step
3 again. Do not try to install a card by forcing it into the chassis.
5. Pull the upper handle down and lift the lower handle up to push the card into
place.
6. Secure the card by pushing in the red handle to lock it into place.
To remove a card:
1. Unscrew the screws on the front panel.
2. Lift the upper handle up and press the lower handle down to release the card from
the backplane.
3. Slide the card out.
Figure 2-1: Installing the card into the chassis
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3
Ethernet
Software
Configuration
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3.1 Introduction
The MIC-3368 has two on-board high-performance fast Ethernet interfaces which
comply with IEEE 802.3/802.3u for 10Base-T and 100 Base-TX data rates.
The module uses two Intel® 82559 fast Ethernet controllers with integrated PHY
and is compatible with the Intel® PRO/100+ Server and Client Adapter. The dual
Ethernet channel design provides several options for increasing throughput and
fault tolerance when running Windows NT 4.0 or NetWare 4.1x and newer versions
of these, includes:
• Adapter Fault Tolerance (AFT) - provides automatic redundancy for your Ethernet
channel. If the primary channel fails, the secondary takes over.
• Adaptive Load Balancing (ALB) - creates a team of 2 channels to increase
transmission throughput. Also includes AFT and ALB. This function works with any
100BASE-TX switch.
• Fast EtherChannel (FEC) - creates a team of 2 to 4 channels to increase
transmission and reception throughput. Also includes AFT. This function requires a
Cisco switch with FEC capability. The MIC-3368 comes with drivers for a wide
variety of networks and operating systems. The MIC-3368 is an excellent choice for
operation in standalone and harsh industrial environments.
3.2 Utility and Drivers
The MIC-3368's on-board Ethernet interface supports all major network operating
systems. The installation instructions and drivers for different operating systems
are located in the following directories of the utility CD-ROM disc:
General Information:
• \MIC3368\LAN\README.TXT: General information about the drivers.
For Microsoft Windows:
• \MIC3368\LAN\INFO\MS\MS.TXT: Installation instructions for Microsoft
Windows
• \MIC3368\LAN\E100BNT.SYS (NDIS 4.0), \MIC3368\LAN\
OEMSETUP.INF: Drivers for Windows NT 4.0
• \MIC3368\LAN\E100B.SYS (NDIS 3), \MIC3368\LAN\
OEMSETUP.INF: Drivers for Windows NT 3.51
• \MIC3368\LAN\NET82557.INF: Drivers for Windows 98
• \MIC3368\LAN\E100BNT.SYS (NDIS 4.0),
\MIC3368\LAN\NET82557.INF: Drivers for Windows 95
• MIC3368\LAN\WFW\E100B.38_, \MIC3368\LAN\WFW\OEMSETUP.INF:
Drivers for Windows 3.1
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For Novell NetWare
• \MIC3368\LAN\INFO\NETWARE\NETWARE.TXT: Installation instructions
for Novell NetWare
• \MIC3368\LAN\NWSERVER\3X4X.OLD\E100B.LAN: Drivers for NetWare
3.12 and 4.10
• \MIC3368\LAN\NWSERVER\311LAN\E100B.LAN: Drivers for NetWare
3.11
• \MIC3368\LAN\OS2\E100BODI.SYS: Drivers for NetWare OS/2 ODI Client
• \MIC3368\LAN\DOS\E100BODI.COM: Drivers for DOS ODI Client
For UNIX
• \MIC3368\LAN\INFO\UNIX\UNIX.TXT: Installation instructions for UNIX
For Other Operating Systems
• \MIC3368\LAN\INFO\OTHER\OTHER.TXT: Installation instructions for other
operating systems
• \MIC3368\LAN\DOS\E100B.DOS: Drivers for IBM LAN support for AS/400
and NetWare (for LANSUP).
• \MIC3368\LAN\DOS\E100BODI.COM: Drivers for IBM LAN support for
AS/400 and NetWare (for ODINSUP)
• \MIC3368\LAN\OS2\E100B.OS2: Drivers for LAN server (OS/2 driver)
• \MIC3368\LAN\DOS\E100B.DOS: Drivers for LAN server (DOS driver)
• \MIC3368\LAN\DOS\E100B.DOS: Drivers for BANYAN NDIS workstation
• \MIC3368\LAN\DOS\E100B.DOS: Drivers for LANTASTIC 6.0
• \MIC3368\LAN\DOS\E100B.DOS: Drivers for general NDIS 2.X (DOS driver)
• \MIC3368\LAN\OS2\E100B.OS2: Drivers for general NDIS 2.X (OS/2 driver)
Before installing drivers, please refer to the installation instructions of each
operating system.
Note: Do not use the driver recommended by the Windows 95/98/NT Add New
Hardware wizard. Choose the driver from the utility CD-ROM disc.
Note: Operating system vendors may post driver updates on their web sites. Please
visit the web sites of OS vendors to download updated drivers.
3.3 Installation for Windows NT 4.0
Before installing; create a new folder [ ], \MIC3368\LAN\, in your disk drive, and
download all files from the directory, \MIC3368\LAN\, on the utility CD-ROM to it.
1. In the Windows NT screen, select "Start", click "Settings". Click the "Control
Panel" item and choose "Network".
2. Click "Yes".
3. Click "Wired to the Network", or users may choose "Remote access to the
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network" if applicable.
4. Click "Select from list".
5. Click "Have Disk".
6. Type in "E:\MIC3368\LAN" in the blank column and click "OK". (E: your hard disk
drive).
7. Click "OK".
8. Click "Next".
9. Click "Next".
10. Click "Next".
11. Click "Next".
12. Insert Windows NT source disc in drive E. Type "E:\I386" in the blank column or
any other directory that contains the Windows NT files. Click "Continue".
13. Wait for the installation to finish.
14. Complete the settings with users' network settings. Click "OK".
15. Click "Next".
16. Click "Next".
17. Click "Yes" to restart the computer and enable the changes to take effect.
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4
AGP-SVGA
Setup
4.1 Introduction
The MIC-3368 uses an Intel® C&T 69030 chipset as its AGP VGA controller. The
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VGA controller has an integrated 4 MB SDRAM operating at 83 MHz, and can drive
CRT displays with resolutions up to 1600 x 1200 @ 64 K colors. It supports
interlaced and non-interlaced analog monitors (color and monochrome VGA) in
high-resolution modes while maintaining complete IBM VGA compatibility. Digital
monitors (i.e. MDA, CGA, and EGA) are NOT supported. Multiple frequency
(multi-sync) monitors are handled as if they were analog monitors.
4.2 Installation of SVGA Driver
The MIC-3368 is supplied with a utility CD-ROM disc that holds the necessary file for
setting up the VGA display under the directory \MIC3368\VGA. The contents and
pathnames of this directory are listed below:
• MIC3368\VGA\Win31: VGA utility for Windows 3.1
• MIC3368\VGA\Win95\w95500: VGA utility for Windows 95
• MIC3368\VGA\Win98\w98600: VGA utility for Windows 98
• MIC3368\VGA\WINNT: Utility for Windows NT 4.0
• MIC3368\VGA\OS2: VGA utility for OS/2
Complete the following steps to install the VGA driver. Follow the procedures in the
flow chart that apply to the operating system you are using with your MIC-3368.
4.3 Installation for Windows NT 4.0
1. Select "Settings" "Control Panel" from the "Start" menu.
2. Click "Display".
3. Select the "Settings" tab and click the "Display Type" button.
4. Click "Change" button in the "Adapter Type" block.
5. Click "Have Disk" button in the "Change Display" Windows.
6. Insert the utility CD-ROM disc in drive E. Type "E:\MIC3368\VGA\WINNT” in the
blank column. Click "OK".
7. Click "OK".
8. Click "OK" to install the VGA driver.
9. Wait for installation to finish.
10. Click "OK" and restart the computer to enable the change to take effect.
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5
Award
BIOS
Setup
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5.1 AWARD BIOS Setup
Figure 5-1: Setup program initial screen
Award's BIOS ROM has a built-in Setup program that allows users to modify the
basic system configuration. This type of information is stored in battery-backed
CMOS so that it retains the Setup information when the power is turned off.
5.1.1 Entering Setup
Turn on the computer and check for the "patch code". If there is a number assigned
to the patch code, it means that the BIOS support your CPU. If there is no number
assigned to the patch code, please contact Advantech's application engineer to
obtain an up-to-date patch code file. This will ensure that your CPU's system status
is valid. After ensuring that you have a number assigned to the patch code, press
<DEL> and you will immediately be allowed to enter Setup.
5.1.2 Standard CMOS Setup
Choose the "STANDARD CMOS SETUP" option from the INITIAL SETUP SCREEN
Menu, and the screen below will be displayed. This standard setup menu allows
users to configure system components such as date, time, hard disk drive, floppy
drive, display, and memory.
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Figure 5-2: CMOS setup screen.
5.1.3 BIOS Features Setup
The "BIOS FEATURES SETUP" screen will appear after the BIOS FEATURES SETUP
item from the CMOS SETUP UTILITY Menu was chosen. This screen allows the user
to configure the MIC-3368 according to his particular requirements. Below are some
major items that are provided in the BIOS FEATURES SETUP screen:
Figure 5-3: BIOS features setup screen
Virus Warning
During and after the system boots up, any attempt to write to the boot sector or
partition table of the hard disk drive will halt the system. If this happens, a warning
message will be displayed. You can run the anti-virus program to locate the problem.
If Virus Warning is disabled, no warning message will appear if anything attempts to
access the boot sector or hard disk partition.
CPU Internal Cache/External Cache
Depending on the CPU/chipset design, these options can speed up memory access
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when enabled.
Quick Power On Self Test
This option speeds up the Power-On Self Test (POST) conducted as soon as the
computer is turned on. When enabled, the BIOS shortens or skips some of the items
during the test. When it disabled, normal POST procedures resume.
Boot Sequence
This function determines the sequence in which the computer will search the drives
for the disk operating system (i.e. DOS). The default value is "C, A, SCSI". The
following options are available:
A: Computer will boot from the A (floppy) disk drive
C: Computer will boot from the C (hard) disk drive
CDROM: Computer will boot from the CD-ROM disc drive
SCSI: Computer will boot from the SCSI drive
D: Computer will boot from the D drive
E: Computer will boot from the E drive
F: Computer will boot from the F drive
LS120: Computer will boot from the LS-120 drive
Boot Up Floppy Seek
During POST, the BIOS will determine if the floppy disk drive installed has 40 or 80
tracks. The 360 KB type has 40 tracks while the 720 KB, 1.2 MB, and 1.44 MB all
have 80 tracks.
Enabled BIOS searches the floppy drive to determine if it has 40 or 80 tracks. Note that BIOS
cannot differentiate 720 KB, 1.2 MB, and 1.44 MB type drives as they all have 80 tracks.
Disabled BIOS will not search for the floppy drive type by track number. Note that there will
not be any warning message if the drive installed is 360 KB. l
Boot Up NumLock Status
The default is "On".
On: Keypad boots up to number keys.
Off: Keypad boots up to arrow keys.
Boot Up System Speed
High: Sets the speed to high
Low: Sets the speed to low
IDE HDD Block Mode
Enabled: Enable IDE HDD Block Mode. BIOS will detect the block size of the HDD and send a
block command automatically.
Disabled: Disable IDE HDD Block Mode
Gate A20 option
Normal: The A20 signal is controlled by the keyboard controller or chipset hardware
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Fast: (Default: Fast) The A20 signal is controlled by Port 92 or by a chipset specific method.
Typematic Rate Setting
The typematic rate determines the characters per second accepted by the computer.
Typematic Rate setting enables or disables the typematic rate.
Typematic Rate (Char/Sec)
BIOS accept the following input values (character/second) for Typematic Rate: 6, 8,
10, 12, 15, 20, 24, and 30.
Typematic Delay (msec)
When holding down a key, the Typematic Delay is the time interval between the
appearance of the first and second characters. The input values (msec) for this
category are: 250, 500, 750, and 1000.
Security Option
This setting determines whether the system will boot if the password is denied,
while limiting access to Setup.
System: The system will not boot, and access to Setup will be denied if the correct password
is not entered at the prompt.
Setup: The system will boot, but access to Setup will be denied if the correct password is not
entered at the prompt.
Note: To disable security, select PASSWORD SETTING in the main menu. At this
point, you will be asked to enter a password. Simply hit the <ENTER> key to disable
security. When security is disabled, the system will boot, and you can enter Setup
freely.
OS Select for DRAM>64 MB
This setting is for use under the OS/2 operating system.
Video BIOS Shadow
This setting determines whether the video BIOS will be copied to RAM, which is
optional according to the chipset design. When enabled, Video Shadow increases
the video speed.
C8000 - CFFFF Shadow/DC000-DFFFF Shadow
These settings determine whether optional ROM will be copied to
RAM in blocks of 16 KB.
Enabled: Optional shadow is enabled
Disabled: Optional shadow is disabled.
5.1.4 CHIPSET Features Setup
Choosing the "CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP" option from the INITIAL SETUP SCREEN
Menu causes the screen below to be displayed. This sample screen contains the
manufacturer's default values for the MIC-3368.
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Figure 5-4: CHIPSET features setup screen
VGA Shared Memory Size
Shared memory architecture can support 0.5 MB, 1MB, 1.5 MB, 2 MB, 3 MB, 3.5 MB
and 4 MB of system memory.
5.1.5 Power Management Setup
The power management setup controls the CPU cards' "green" features. The
following screen shows the manufacturer's default values.
Figure 5-5: Power management setup screen
Power Management
This option allows you to determine if the values in power management are disabled,
user-defined, or predefined.
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HDD Power Management
You can choose to turn the HDD off after one of the time intervals listed, or when the
system is in Suspend mode. If in a power saving mode, any access to the HDD will
wake it up.
Note: The HDD will not power down if the Power Management option is disabled.
IRQ Activity
IRQ can be set independently. Activity on any enabled IRQ will wake up the system.
5.1.6 PNP/PCI Configuration Setup
Figure 5-6: PNP/PCI configuration screen
5.1.7 Integrated Peripherals
Figure 5-7: Integrated peripherals
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Note: If you enable the IDE HDD block mode, the enhanced IDE driver will be
enabled.
5.1.8 Load Setup Defaults
"LOAD SETUP DEFAULTS" loads the values required by the system for maximum
performance.
5.1.9 Password Setting
To change, confirm, or disable the password, choose the "PASS-WORD SETTING"
option form the Setup main menu and press [Enter]. The password can be at most
8 characters long. Remember, to enable this feature. You must first select the
Security Option in the BIOS FEATURES SETUP to be either "Setup" or "System."
Pressing [Enter] again without typing any characters can disable the password
setting function.
5.1.10 IDE HDD Auto Detection
"IDE HDD AUTO DETECTION" automatically self-detects the hard disk type.
5.1.11 Save & Exit Setup
If you select this and press the [Enter] key, the values entered in the setup utilities
will be recorded in the CMOS memory of the chipset. The microprocessor will check
this every time you turn your system on and compare this to what it finds as it
checks the system. This record is required for the system to operate.
5.1.12 Exit Without Saving
Selecting this option and pressing the [Enter] key lets you exit the Setup program
without recording any new values or changing old ones.
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A
Programming
Watchdog Timer
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A.1 Programming the Watchdog Timer
To program the watchdog timer, you must write a program which writes a value to
I/O port address 443 (hex). This output value represents time interval. The value
range is from 01 (hex) to FF (hex), and the related time interval is 1 sec. to 255 sec.
Data Time Interval
01 1 sec.
02 2 sec.
03 3 sec.
04 4 sec.
••
••
••
3F 63 sec.
After data entry, your program must refresh the watchdog timer by rewriting the
I/O port 443 and 043 (hex) while simultaneously setting it. When you want to
disable the watchdog timer, your program should read I/O port 043 (hex). The
following example shows how you might program the watchdog timer in BASIC:
10 REM Watchdog timer example program
20 OUT &H443, data REM Start and restart the watchdog
30 GOSUB 1000 REM Your application task #1,
40 OUT &H443, data REM Reset the timer
50 GOSUB 2000 REM Your application task #2,
60 OUT &H443, data REM Reset the timer
70 X=INP (&H043) REM, Disable the watchdog timer
80 END
1000 REM Subroutine #1, your application task
••
••
••
1070 RETURN
2000 REM Subroutine #2, your application task
••
••
••
2090 RETURN.
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B
Pin Assignments
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B.1 System Slot J1 Connector
Table A-1: System slot J1 connector
Pin
Z
A
B
C
D
E
F
25
GND
+5V
REQ64#
ENUM#
+3.3V
+5V
GND
24
GND
AD[1]
+5V
V(I/O)
AD[0]
ACK64#
GND
23
GND
+3.3V
AD[4]
AD[3]
+5V
AD[2]
GND
22
GND
AD[7]
GND
+3.3V
AD[6]
AD[5]
GND
21
GND
+3.3V
AD[9]
AD[8]
M66EN
C/BE[0]#
GND
20
GND
AD[12]
GND
V(I/O)
AD[11]
AD[10]
GND
19
GND
+3.3V
AD[15]
AD[14]
GND
AD[13]
GND
18
GND
SERR#
GND
+3.3V
PAR
C/BE[1]#
GND
17
GND
+3.3V
SDONE
SBO#
GND
PERR#
GND
16
GND
DEVSEL#
GND
V(I/O)
STOP#
LOCK#
GND
15
GND
+3.3V
FRAME#
IRDY#
BD/SEL#
TRDY#
GND
12-14
Key Area
11
GND
AD[18]
AD[17]
AD[16]
GND
C/BE[2]#
GND
10
GND
AD[21]
GND
+3.3V
AD[20]
AD[19]
GND
9
GND
C/BE[3]#
N/C
AD[23]
GND
AD[22]
GND
8
GND
AD[26]
GND
V(I/O)
AD[25]
AD[24]
GND
7
GND
AD[30]
AD[29]
AD[28]
GND
AD[27]
GND
6
GND
REQ#
GND
+3.3V
CLK
AD[31]
GND
5
GND
N/C
N/C
RST#
GND
GNT#
GND
4
GND
N/C
Healthy#
V(I/O)
INTP
INTS
GND
3
GND
INTA#
INTB#
INTC#
+5V
INTD#
GND
2
GND
TCK
+5V
TMS
N/C
TDI
GND
1
GND
+5V
-12V
TRST#
+12V
+5V
GND
#: Low active
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B.2 System Slot P2 Connector
Table A-2: System slot P2 connector
Pin
Z
A
B
C
D
E
F
22
GND
GA4
GA3
GA2
GA1
GA0
GND
21
GND
CLK6
GND
N/C
RSV
RSV
GND
20
GND
CLK5
N/C
N/C
GND
N/C
GND
19
GND
N/C
GND
N/C
N/C
N/C
GND
18
GND
N/C
N/C
N/C
GND
N/C
GND
17
GND
N/C
GND
PRST#
REQ6#
GNT6#
GND
16
GND
N/C
N/C
DEG#
GND
N/C
GND
15
GND
N/C
GND
FAL#
REQ5#
GNT5#
GND
14
GND
AD[35]
AD[34]
AD[33]
GND
AD[32]
GND
13
GND
AD[38]
GND
V(I/O)
AD[37]
AD[36]
GND
12
GND
AD[42]
AD[41]
AD[40]
GND
AD[39]
GND
11
GND
AD[45]
GND
V(I/O)
AD[44]
AD[43]
GND
10
GND
AD[49]
AD[48]
AD[47]
GND
AD[46]
GND
9
GND
AD[52]
GND
V(I/O)
AD[51]
AD[50]
GND
8
GND
AD[56]
AD[55]
AD[54]
GND
AD[53]
GND
7
GND
AD[59]
GND
V(I/O)
AD[58]
AD[57]
GND
6
GND
AD[63]
AD[62]
AD[61]
GND
AD[60]
GND
5
GND
C/BE[5]#
64EN#
V(I/O)
C/BE[4]#
PAR64#
GND
4
GND
V(I/O)
N/C
C/BE[7]#
GND
C/BE[6]#
GND
3
GND
CLK4
GND
GNT3#
REQ4#
GNT4#
GND
2
GND
CLK2
CLK3
SYSEN#
GNT2#
REQ3#
GND
1
GND
CLK1
GND
REQ1#
GNT1#
REQ2#
GND
#: Low active
Note: GA[4...0] shall be used for geographic addressing on the backplane
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B.3 System and Peripheral Slots J3 Connector
Table A-3: System slot J3 connector
Pin
Z
A
B
C
D
E
F
19
GND
USBD1+
USBD1-
USBD0+
USBD0-
N/C
GND
18
GND
LPA_DA+
LPA_DA-
GND
LPA_DC+
LPA_DC-
GND
17
GND
LPA_DB+
LPA_DB-
GND
LPA_DD+
LPA_DD-
GND
16
GND
LPB_DA+
LPB_DA-
GND
LPB_DC+
LPB_DC-
GND
15
GND
LPB_DB+
LPB_DB-
GND
LPB_DD+
LPB_DD-
GND
14
GND
+3.3V
+3.3V
+3.3V
+5V
+5V
GND
13
GND
PMC1IO5
PMC1IO4
PMC1IO3
PMC1IO2
PMC1IO1
GND
12
GND
PMC1IO10
PMC1IO9
PMC1IO8
PMC1IO7
PMC1IO6
GND
11
GND
PMC1IO15
PMC1IO14
PMC1IO13
PMC1IO12
PMC1IO11
GND
10
GND
PMC1IO20
PMC1IO19
PMC1IO18
PMC1IO17
PMC1IO16
GND
9
GND
PMC1IO25
PMC1IO24
PMC1IO23
PMC1IO22
PMC1IO21
GND
8
GND
PMC1IO30
PMC1IO29
PMC1IO28
PMC1IO27
PMC1IO26
GND
7
GND
PMC1IO35
PMC1IO34
PMC1IO33
PMC1IO32
PMC1IO31
GND
6
GND
PMC1IO40
PMC1IO39
PMC1IO38
PMC1IO37
PMC1IO36
GND
5
GND
PMC1IO45
PMC1IO44
PMC1IO43
PMC1IO42
PMC1IO41
GND
4
GND
PMC1IO50
PMC1IO49
PMC1IO48
PMC1IO47
PMC1IO46
GND
3
GND
PMC1IO55
PMC1IO54
PMC1IO53
PMC1IO52
PMC1IO51
GND
2
GND
PMC1IO60
PMC1IO59
PMC1IO58
PMC1IO57
PMC1IO56
GND
1
GND
PMCVIO
PMC1IO64
PMC1IO63
PMC1IO62
PMC1IO61
GND
#: Low active
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B.4 System Slot J4 Connector
Table A-4: System slot J4 connector
Pin
Z
A
B
C
D
E
F
25
GND
GND
HHCS1-
HHIRQ
HRST1PRI
N/C
GND
24
GND
HHIOW-
HHDRQ-
HHRDY
HHCS3-
HHACK-
GND
23
GND
IID15
HHDA0
HHDA1
HHIOR-
HHDA2
GND
22
GND
IID10
IID11
IID12
IID13
IID14
GND
21
GND
IID5
IID6
IID7
IID8
IID9
GND
20
GND
IID0
IID1
IID2
IID3
IID4
GND
19
GND
PDASP#
PDIAG
N/C
RED
GREEN
GND
18
GND
N/C
N/C
N/C
GND
BLUE
GND
17
GND
HLEDIO#
N/C
2RXD232
SCL
CRT-H
GND
16
GND
N/C
1RXD232
N/C
SDA
CRT-V
GND
15
GND
N/C
N/C
N/C
NTX2
N/C
GND
12-14
Key Area
11
GND
NRLSD1
NDTR1
NRI1
NDSR2
NRX2
GND
10
GND
NCTS1
NDTR2
N/C
NTX1
NDSR1
GND
9
GND
NCTS2
NRTS2
NRTS1
NRLSD2
NRX1
GND
8
GND
RX1
NRI2
-RTS2
TX1
-RTS1
GND
7
GND
TX2
RX2
STB-
AFD-
LPTD2
GND
6
GND
INIT-
LPTD1
ERR-
LPTD0
LPTD6
GND
5
GND
LPTD5
LPTD4
LPTD3
SLIN-
SLCT
GND
4
GND
PE
BUSY
ACK-
LPTD7
RWC#
GND
3
GND
TRAK0#
WP#
RDATA#
HEAD#
DSKCHG#
GND
2
GND
MOB#
DIR#
STEP#
WD#
WE#
GND
1
GND
N/C
INDEX#
MOA#
DSB#
DSA#
GND
MIC-3368 Series User Manual -- Page 36
B.5 System Slot J5 Connector
Table A-5: System slot J5 connector
Pin
Z
A
B
C
D
E
F
22
GND
LANTX+2
LANRX+2
KDAT
HIRQ15
HRST1SEC
GND
21
GND
LANTX-2
LANRX-2
KCLK
HSDACK#
HSCS1#
GND
20
GND
GND
AUXVCC
RSTIN
HSIORDY
HSCS3#
GND
19
GND
LANTX+
LANRX+
MDAT
HSDIOW#
HSDREQ
GND
18
GND
LANTX-
LANRX-
MCLK
HSDIOR#
HSDA2
GND
17
GND
GND
AUXVCC
HSDD15
HSDA0
HSDA1
GND
16
GND
HSDD10
HSDD11
HSDD12
HSDD13
HSDD14
GND
15
GND
HSDD5
HSDD6
HSDD7
HSDD8
HSDD9
GND
14
GND
HSDD0
HSDD1
HSDD2
HSDD3
HSDD4
GND
13
GND
PMC2IO5
PMC2IO4
PMC2IO3
PMC2IO2
PMC2IO1
GND
12
GND
PMC2IO10
PMC2IO9
PMC2IO8
PMC2IO7
PMC2IO6
GND
11
GND
PMC2IO15
PMC2IO14
PMC2IO13
PMC2IO12
PMC2IO11
GND
10
GND
PMC2IO20
PMC2IO19
PMC2IO18
PMC2IO17
PMC2IO16
GND
9
GND
PMC2IO25
PMC2IO24
PMC2IO23
PMC2IO22
PMC2IO21
GND
8
GND
PMC2IO30
PMC2IO29
PMC2IO28
PMC2IO27
PMC2IO26
GND
7
GND
PMC2IO35
PMC2IO34
PMC2IO33
PMC2IO32
PMC2IO31
GND
6
GND
PMC2IO40
PMC2IO39
PMC2IO38
PMC2IO37
PMC2IO36
GND
5
GND
PMC2IO45
PMC2IO44
PMC2IO43
PMC2IO42
PMC2IO41
GND
4
GND
PMC2IO50
PMC2IO49
PMC2IO48
PMC2IO47
PMC2IO46
GND
3
GND
PMC2IO55
PMC2IO54
PMC2IO53
PMC2IO52
PMC2IO51
GND
2
GND
PMC2IO60
PMC2IO59
PMC2IO58
PMC2IO57
PMC2IO56
GND
1
GND
RIOINSTALL#
PMC2IO64
PMC2IO63
PMC2IO62
PMC2IO61
GND
MIC-3368 Series User Manual -- Page 37
B.6 EIDE Connector (CN1)
43
1
44
2
Table A-13: Hard Disk Drive Connector
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
PRST#
2
GND
3
PID7
4
PID8
5
PID6
6
PID9
7
PID5
8
PID10
9
PID4
10
PID11
11
PID3
12
PID12
13
PID2
14
PID13
15
PID1
16
PID14
17
PID0
18
PID15
19
GND
20
N/C
21
PDRQ#
22
GND
23
PIOW#
24
GND
25
PIOR#
26
GND
27
PRDY
28
Pull low
29
PACK#
30
GND
31
PIRQ
32
N/C
33
PDA1
34
Pull low
35
PDA0
36
PDA2
37
PCS1#
38
PCS3#
39
HDD_LED
40
GND
41
VCC
42
VCC
43
GND
44
GND
B.7 Ethernet RJ-45 Connectors (CN5)
Table B-6: MIC-3368 Ethernet RJ-45 connectors
Pin Signal
1
TX+
2
TX-
3
RX+
4
N/C
MIC-3368 Series User Manual -- Page 38
5
N/C
6
RX-
7
N/C
8
N/C
B.8 VGA Display connector (CN6)
5
1
15
11
Table A-15: CRT display connector
Pin
Signal
1
RED
2
GREEN
3
BLUE
4
N/C
5
GND
6
GND
7
GND
8
GND
9
VGAVCC
10
GND
11
N/C
12
SDA
13
HSYNC
14
VSYNC
15
SCL
B.9 RJ45-COM1 Serial Ports (CN7)
Table B-2: MIC-3368 COM1 and com2 serial ports
Pin Signal
1
NRLSD1
2
NRX1
3
NTX1
MIC-3368 Series User Manual -- Page 39
4
NDTR1
5
GND
6
NDSR1
7
NRTS1
8
NCTS1
B.10 Fan Module Connectors (CN8)
1
2
3
Table A-10: Fan Module Connectors
Pin
Assignment
1
Fan speed
2
+12V
3
GND
B.11 CompactFlash Socket (CN9)-Optional
Table B-7: MIC-3368 CompactFlash socket
Pin Signal
Pin Signal
1
GND
26
N/C
2
ID3
27
ID11
3
ID4
28
ID12
4
ID5
29
ID13
5
ID6
30
ID14
6
ID7
31
ID15
7
HCS1-
32
HCS3-
8
GND
33
N/C
9
GND
34
HIOR-
10
GND
35
HIOW-
11
GND
36
N/C
12
GND
37
HIRQ
13
VCC
38
VCC
14
GND
39
SANDISK
15
GND
40
N/C
16
GND
41
-HRST1
17
GND
42
HRDY
18
GDA2
43
N/C
MIC-3368 Series User Manual -- Page 40
19
HDA1
44
N/C
20
HDA0
45
SANLED
21
ID0
46
N/C
22
ID1
47
ID8
23
ID2
48
ID9
24
N/C
49
ID10
25
N/C
50
GND.
B.12 System I/O Ports
Table B-8: System I/O ports
Addr. range (Hex) Device
000-01F DMA controller
020-021 Interrupt controller 1, master
022-023 Chipset address
040-05F 8254 timer
060-06F 8042 (keyboard controller)
070-07F Real-time clock, non-maskable interrupt (NMI)
mask
080-09F DMA page register
0A0-0BF Interrupt controller 2
0C0-0DF DMA controller
0F0-0F8 Math co-processor
1F0-1F7 Fixed disk
2F8-2FF Serial port 2
3B0-3BB VGA adapter
3C0-3DF VGA adapter
3F0-3F5 Diskette controller
3F8-3FF Serial port 1.
B.13 Interrupt Assignments
Table B-9: Interrupt assignments
Interrupt# Interrupt source
IRQ 0 Interval timer
IRQ 1 Keyboard
IRQ 2 Interrupt from controller 2 (cascade)
IRQ 8 Real-time clock
IRQ 9 VGA
IRQ 10 Available
MIC-3368 Series User Manual -- Page 41
IRQ 11 Available
IRQ 12 PS/2 mouse
IRQ 13 INT from co-processor
IRQ 14 Fixed disk controller
IRQ 15 Available
IRQ 3 Serial communication port 2
IRQ 4 Serial communication port 1
IRQ 5 Available
IRQ 6 Diskette controller (FDC)
IRQ 7 Available
B.14 1st MB Memory Map
Table B-10:1st MB memory map
Addr. range (Hex) Device
F000h - FFFFh System ROM
CC00h - EFFFh Unused
CA00h - CBFFh Used
C000h - C9FFh Expansion ROM
B800h - BFFFh CGA/EGA/VGA text
B000h - B7FFh Unused
A000h - AFFFh EGA/VGA graphics
0000h - 9FFFh Base memory.
MIC-3368 Series User Manual -- Page 42
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