HPE Edgeline EL10 Intelligent Gateway

HPE Edgeline EL10 Intelligent Gateway
HPE Edgeline EL10 Intelligent Gateway
User Guide
Abstract
This document is for the person who installs, administers, and troubleshoots servers and
storage systems. Hewlett Packard Enterprise assumes you are qualified in the servicing of
computer equipment and trained in recognizing hazards in products with hazardous energy
levels.
Part Number: 863925-003
Published: April 2017
Edition: 3
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Contents
Component identification.......................................................................6
Front panel components............................................................................................................... 6
Front panel LEDs and buttons...................................................................................................... 6
Rear panel components................................................................................................................7
Connector pin assignments.......................................................................................................... 7
DB9 connector pin assignments for RS422/485................................................................ 7
RS485-solar sensor pin assignments......................................................................8
Gateway-solar sensor connector pin assignments..................................................8
Operations............................................................................................. 10
Power up the gateway................................................................................................................ 10
Power down the gateway............................................................................................................10
Install the antenna.......................................................................................................................10
Mount the gateway...................................................................................................................... 11
Mounting a wall-mount gateway.......................................................................................12
Mounting a rack-mount gateway...................................................................................... 12
Mounting a VESA-mount gateway................................................................................... 13
Dismount the gateway................................................................................................................ 13
Dismounting a wall-mount gateway................................................................................. 13
Dismounting a rack-mount gateway.................................................................................14
Dismounting a VESA-mount gateway.............................................................................. 14
Remove the bottom access panel...............................................................................................15
Setup...................................................................................................... 17
Optional services.........................................................................................................................17
Optimum environment.................................................................................................................17
Temperature requirements............................................................................................... 17
Power requirements......................................................................................................... 17
Installing hardware options ........................................................................................................ 18
Installing the operating system................................................................................................... 18
Installing OS using a USB key......................................................................................... 18
Create an ISO-imaged USB key........................................................................... 18
Install OS using the imaged USB.......................................................................... 21
Installing OS using local media........................................................................................ 24
Registering the product...............................................................................................................24
Hardware options installation..............................................................25
Product QuickSpecs................................................................................................................... 25
Installing the 3G module............................................................................................................. 25
Installing the WiFi module...........................................................................................................26
Configuration.........................................................................................28
Jumper settings...........................................................................................................................28
Setting the jumpers.......................................................................................................... 28
Setting the I/O serial port to RS485............................................................................................ 29
Contents
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Validating the MODBUS protocol communication.......................................................................31
Testing communication between computer and Gateway system................................... 31
Testing communication between computer and solar sensor.......................................... 32
Testing communication between Gateway and solar sensor .......................................... 33
Software and configuration utilities.................................................... 34
Supported operating systems and drivers matrix........................................................................34
System BIOS...............................................................................................................................34
Updating system BIOS.....................................................................................................34
Using the system BIOS to configure system and troubleshoot issues ............................ 34
Accessing the system BIOS.............................................................................................34
Setting up the system BIOS............................................................................................. 35
BIOS menu components....................................................................................... 35
Navigating and modifying menu options............................................................... 35
Main tab............................................................................................................................35
Setting the System Date and System Time...........................................................35
Advanced tab................................................................................................................... 36
Trusted Computing................................................................................................ 36
ACPI Settings........................................................................................................ 37
Intel (R) Smart Connect Technology..................................................................... 37
CPU Configuration.................................................................................................37
PPM Configuration................................................................................................ 37
IDE Configuration.................................................................................................. 37
Miscellaneous Configuration................................................................................. 37
CSM Configuration................................................................................................ 37
USB Configuration.................................................................................................38
Security Configuration........................................................................................... 38
Chipset tab....................................................................................................................... 38
North Bridge sub-menu options.............................................................................39
South Bridge sub-menu options............................................................................ 40
Chipset tab....................................................................................................................... 40
North Bridge sub-menu options.............................................................................41
South Bridge sub-menu options............................................................................ 42
Security tab...................................................................................................................... 42
Secure Boot...........................................................................................................43
Boot tab............................................................................................................................43
Save & Exit tab.................................................................................................................43
Troubleshooting.................................................................................... 45
Troubleshooting resources..........................................................................................................45
Battery....................................................................................................46
Battery specifications.................................................................................................................. 46
Warranty and regulatory information.................................................. 47
Warranty information...................................................................................................................47
Regulatory information................................................................................................................47
Belarus Kazakhstan Russia marking............................................................................... 47
Turkey RoHS material content declaration.......................................................................48
Ukraine RoHS material content declaration..................................................................... 48
Japanese certification mark for 3G module................................................................................ 49
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Contents
Specifications........................................................................................50
Environmental specifications ..................................................................................................... 50
Mechanical specifications........................................................................................................... 50
Power supply specifications........................................................................................................50
Power consumption specifications..............................................................................................50
Websites................................................................................................ 51
Support and other resources...............................................................52
Accessing Hewlett Packard Enterprise Support......................................................................... 52
Accessing updates......................................................................................................................52
Customer self repair....................................................................................................................52
Remote support.......................................................................................................................... 53
Acronyms and abbreviations...............................................................54
Documentation feedback..................................................................... 56
Contents
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Component identification
Front panel components
Item
Description
1
USB 2.0 connector
2
USB 3.0 connector
3
Audio in
4
Audio out
5
LAN 1 connector
6
LAN 2 connector
Front panel LEDs and buttons
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Component identification
Item
Description
Status
1
Power On/Off button LED
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Solid green = System on
Off = System off
2
Drive LED
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Solid or blinking white = Drive active
Off = Drive not active
3
Reset button
Press to reset the system 1
1
The reset button is indented and you might need a tool, such as a pin, to press it.
Rear panel components
Item
Description
1
Power connector
2
HDMI connector
3
Serial port connector (RS-232 or RS-422/485)
4
Micro HDMI connector
5
VGA connector
6
Micro USB 2.0 connector
Connector pin assignments
DB9 connector pin assignments for RS422/485
After setting the I/O serial port from serial port 1 to serial port 2, the port supports four-wire RS422/485
signals in half-duplex mode. The DB9 connectors then have the following pin assignments.
Rear panel components
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Pin
Assignment
1
Ground
2
CTS+ (HSI+)
3
RTS+ (HSO+)
4
RXD+
5
RXD-
6
CTS- (HSI-)
7
RTS- (HSO-)
8
TXD+
9
TXD-
To set the I/O serial port from port 1 to port 2, see Setting the I/O serial port from serial port 1 to serial
port 2.
If you need a two-wire RS485 after setting the I/O port to serial port 2, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
recommends that you use an external USB-to-RS485 adapter. For more information and examples for
validating the MODBUS protocol communication, see Validating the MODBUS protocol
communication.
RS485-solar sensor pin assignments
Pin
RS485 pin assignment
Solar sensor pin assignment
Orange
Data-/B
CAN high
Brown
Data+/A
CAN low
Black
Supply (negative)
Supply (negative)
Red
Supply (positive)
Supply (positive)
Black (thick)
Shield
Shield
Gateway-solar sensor connector pin assignments
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Pin
Gateway pin assignment
RS485 pin assignment
RS485 pin color
4
RXD+
Data+/A
Brown
5
RXD-
Data-/B
Orange
8
TXD+
Data+/A
Brown
9
TXD-
Data-/B
Orange
RS485-solar sensor pin assignments
Component identification
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Operations
Power up the gateway
If the system is connected to a power source, it powers up automatically. It needs to be powered up only
after a manual shutdown.
To power up the system, press the Power On/Standby button twice.
Power down the gateway
Before powering down the system for any upgrade or maintenance procedures, you must back up critical
system data and programs.
Use one of the following methods to power down the system:
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•
Press and release the Power On/Standby button.
This method initiates a controlled shutdown of applications and the OS before the system enters
standby mode.
Press and hold the Power On/Standby button for more than 4 seconds to force the system to power
down.
This method forces the system to power down without properly exiting applications and the OS. If an
application stops responding, you can use this method to force a shutdown.
Before proceeding, you must ensure that the system is in standby mode by verifying that the system
power LED is off.
Install the antenna
Procedure
1. Power down the gateway.
2. Dismount the gateway.
3. Locate the correct slot for installing the antenna.
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Operations
WAN
WAN
WLAN
WLAN
4. Install the antenna.
5. Mount the gateway.
6. Power up the gateway.
Mount the gateway
Use one of the following mounting methods, depending on where and how the gateway is mounted:
Mount the gateway
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•
•
•
Mounting a wall-mount gateway.
Mounting a rack-mount gateway.
Mounting a VESA-mount gateway.
Mounting a wall-mount gateway
Prerequisites
You need four screws for installing the gateway on the wall. The wall-mount screws are not provided with
the wall-mount kit.
Procedure
1. Install the brackets with the four M3.5 screws.
1
2
2
1
2
2
2. Install the gateway on the wall with the four wall-mount screws.
Mounting a rack-mount gateway
Procedure
1. Install the brackets with the four M3.5 screws.
2. Slide the rail mount onto the wall-mount brackets.
2
1
3
1
2
2
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Mounting a wall-mount gateway
2
3
Mounting a VESA-mount gateway
Procedure
1. Install the bottom bracket with the four M3.5 screws.
2. Install the top-mounting bracket with the four M3 Phillips VESA-mounting bracket screws.
4
3
4
2
2
2
2
1
Dismount the gateway
Use one of the following dismounting methods, depending on where and how the gateway is mounted:
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•
•
Dismounting a wall-mount gateway.
Dismounting a rack-mount gateway.
Dismounting a VESA-mount gateway.
Dismounting a wall-mount gateway
Procedure
1. Remove the screws securing the wall-mount brackets to the wall.
2. Remove the four M3.5 screws securing the wall-mount brackets to the gateway, and then remove the
brackets.
Mounting a VESA-mount gateway
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2
1
2
1
1
1
Dismounting a rack-mount gateway
Procedure
1. Slide the rail mounts off the wall-mount brackets.
2. Remove the four screws securing the wall-mount brackets to the gateway, and then remove the
brackets.
2
3
1
2
3
2
2
1
Dismounting a VESA-mount gateway
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Remove the four M3 Phillips screws securing the VESA-mounting brackets to the gateway.
Remove the top-mounting bracket.
Remove the four M3.5 screws securing the bottom bracket.
Remove the bottom bracket.
Dismounting a rack-mount gateway
1
2
1
3
3
3
3
4
Remove the bottom access panel
CAUTION:
Before placing the gateway upside down, turn the antennas parallel with the table surface to avoid
breaking the antennas.
Procedure
1. Using a T-10 Torx head screwdriver, remove the four Torx head screws securing the access panel to
the bottom of the gateway.
2. Lift the access panel up, and then set it to the side. The jumper cables connecting the drive are still
attached.
Remove the bottom access panel
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Operations
Setup
Optional services
Hewlett Packard Enterprise offers the HPE Foundation Care Next Business Day Exchange Service for
this product.
HPE Foundation Care Next Business Day Exchange Service provides a replacement product or part
delivered free of freight charges to your location the next business day after a call is opened and provides
support 24 hours per day, Monday through Sunday.
Hardware exchange offers a reliable and fast parts exchange service for eligible Hewlett Packard
Enterprise products. Specifically targeted at products that can easily be shipped and on which you can
easily restore data from backup files, HPE Foundation Care Next Business Day Exchange is a costefficient and convenient alternative to onsite support.
Replacement products or parts are new or equivalent to new in performance.
In addition, HPE Foundation Care Next Business Day Exchange provides electronic access to related
product and support information, enabling any member of your IT staff to locate commercially available
essential information.
For more information on HPE Foundation Care Next Business Day Exchange Service, see the Hewlett
Packard Enterprise website.
Optimum environment
When installing the system, select a location that meets the environmental standards.
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•
Temperature requirements
Power requirements
Temperature requirements
To ensure continued safe and reliable equipment operation, install or position the system in a wellventilated, climate-controlled environment.
Configuration
Temperature
System with no modules installed
Operating temperature of up to 60°C (140°F)
WiFi option without extended ambient temperature
support
0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113°F)
WiFi option with extended ambient temperature support -20°C to 60°C (-4°F to 140°F)
3G option
-20°C to 45°C (-4°F to 113°F)
Power requirements
Installation of this equipment must comply with local and regional electrical regulations governing the
installation of information technology equipment by licensed electricians. This equipment is designed to
operate in installations covered by NFPA 70, 1999 Edition (National Electric Code) and NFPA-75, 1992
(code for Protection of Electronic Computer/Data Processing Equipment). For electrical power ratings on
options, see the product rating label or the user documentation supplied with that option.
For more information on power requirements, see "Power supply specifications."
Setup
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Installing hardware options
Install any hardware options before initializing the system. For options installation information, see the
option documentation. For system-specific information, see "Hardware options installation."
Installing the operating system
The HPE Edgeline gateways are standard, Intel-based PC server systems. However, the system does not
include a CD or DVD-ROM device for installing the OS. To install a supported operating system in the
system, you can use one of the following methods:
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•
•
Installing using a USB key with an ISO image
Installing using local media
Installing using PXE boot via network
Installing OS using a USB key
To install an OS using a USB key, you must perform the following procedures:
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•
Create an ISO-imaged USB key
Install the OS using the imaged USB key
Create an ISO-imaged USB key
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
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On a separate workstation, download the RUFUS utility.
Download the portable option of the RUFUS utility.
Run the RUFUS utility.
Installing hardware options
4.
Insert a USB drive into the workstation.
The RUFUS utility will automatically detect the USB drive and display the drive details.
Setup
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5.
6.
7.
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Setup
Select ISO image from the Create a bootable disk using drop-down.
Click the disk icon, and select the ISO image of the required OS.
Confirm that Standard Windows installation is selected.
8.
Click the Start button to begin the USB key imaging process.
It will take approximately 15 minutes for the imaging process to complete.
9. Click the Close button to close the RUFUS utility.
10. Safely remove the imaged USB key from the workstation.
Install OS using the imaged USB
Prerequisites
The system should be powered off before starting this procedure.
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
Insert the USB key into the system.
Power up the system.
Access the System BIOS settings.
Navigate to the Boot tab.
5.
For information on navigating the BIOS menu, see Navigating and modifying menu options.
Select Hard Drive BBS Priorities.
Install OS using the imaged USB
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6.
Select Boot Option #1 under Boot Option Priorities.
7.
A menu for selecting the Boot Option #1 is displayed.
Select the USB key as Boot Option #1.
Setup
8.
9.
10.
11.
Press the Escape key.
Navigate to the Save & Exit tab.
Select Boot Override.
Select the USB key option.
Setup
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12. Press Enter.
13. Follow the OS installation prompts to complete the OS installation on the device.
Wait for the OS installation to complete.
14. Remove the USB key from the system.
The OS installation from the USB key is complete. The system boots from the new HDD at reboot.
Installing OS using local media
You can use local media such as a USB CD, DVD, or disk drive with installation media to install the OS.
To install the OS, access the System BIOS settings.
The last BIOS screen will enable you to select your installation media, temporarily overriding the default
boot order.
Registering the product
To experience quicker service and more efficient support, register the product at the Hewlett Packard
Enterprise Product Registration website.
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Installing OS using local media
Hardware options installation
Product QuickSpecs
For more information about product features, specifications, options, configurations, and compatibility, see
the product QuickSpecs on the Hewlett Packard Enterprise website.
Installing the 3G module
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
Power down the gateway.
Dismount the gateway.
Remove the bottom access panel.
Install the 3G module using at least one screw to secure the module.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise recommends installing the screws on the board before inserting the
module into the board.
WAN
WA
N
5. Connect the two antenna cables to the antenna connectors on the 3G module.
Hardware options installation
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WAN
WA
N
6.
7.
8.
9.
Install the bottom access panel.
Install the antenna.
Mount the gateway.
Power up the gateway.
Installing the WiFi module
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
Power down the gateway.
Dismount the gateway.
Remove the bottom access panel.
Install the WiFi module using at least one screw to secure the module.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise recommends installing the screws on the board before inserting the
module into the board.
WLAN
WLAN
5. Connect the two antenna cables to the antenna connectors on the WiFi module.
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Installing the WiFi module
WLAN
WLAN
6.
7.
8.
9.
Install the bottom access panel.
Install the antenna.
Mount the gateway.
Power up the gateway.
Hardware options installation
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Configuration
Jumper settings
Jumpers are used to close electric circuits. You can configure cards by setting the jumpers in the system.
Setting the jumpers
Prerequisites
Before setting the jumper or clearing CMOS, you must turn off the power supply to avoid damaging the
computer. Before powering on the power supply, you must ensure that the CMOS jumper is back to 3.0
V Battery On.
You will need a standard cable to make the connections.
For more information about the best hardware configuration for your system, contact an authorized
reseller or an authorized service provider.
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
Power down the gateway.
Dismount the gateway.
Remove the bottom access panel.
Locate the jumper.
3
2
1
Item
Pin number
1
1
2
2
3
3
5. Set the jumpers by installing the jumper clip on the pins. Jumpers can be set to the following modes in
this system:
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Configuration
•
AT mode (default): In this mode, the system turns on when power is applied.
Item
Description
1
Pin 1
2
Pin 2
3
Pin 3
•
ATX mode: In this mode, the system turns on only when the power button is pressed.
Item
Description
1
Pin 1
2
Pin 2
3
Pin 3
6. Install the bottom access panel.
7. Mount the gateway.
8. Power up the gateway.
Setting the I/O serial port to RS485
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Power down the gateway.
Dismount the gateway.
Remove the bottom access panel.
Disconnect the drive cables from the system.
Remove the drive.
Remove the top access panel:
a. Remove the top access panel screws.
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b. Place the system upside down on a flat, level surface.
c. Remove the screws from the front and rear panels, and then remove the top panel.
NOTE:
Do not pull on the cable to disconnect it from the port. Instead, disconnect the connector itself.
Pulling on the cable can damage the cable or the connector.
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7.
Disconnect the I/O serial port cable from the I/O serial port 1 connector.
8.
Connect the I/O serial port cable to the I/O serial port 2 connector. For connector pin assignments,
see "DB9 connector pin assignments for RS485."
Configuration
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
Install the top access panel.
Install the drive.
Connect the drive cables.
Install the bottom access panel.
Mount the gateway.
Power up the gateway.
Validating the MODBUS protocol communication
You can use the following tests and methods to validate MODBUS protocol communication:
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•
•
Computer-Gateway communication test
Computer-solar sensor communication test
Gateway-solar sensor communication test
Testing communication between computer and Gateway system
Procedure
1. Install the USB to RS485 adaptor driver.
A virtual serial port opens and displays the following message:
"Prolific USB-to-Serial Comm Port (COM5)."
For information on pin connector assignments, see DB9 connector pin assignments for RS485.
2. Route the cables:
a. Connect the Data+ to RX+ and RX+ to TX+ cable with a 120 ohm resistor in-between.
b. Connect the Data- to RX- and RX- to TX+ cable with a 120 ohm resistor in-between.
The serial port is configured with the following parameters:
• Speed: 9600
• Data bits: 8
• Stop bits: 1
• Parity: None
• Flow Control: None
3. Send a command string from the computer to the Gateway.
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If the communication between the computer and the Gateway is established, the Gateway receives
the command string.
4. Send a command string from the Gateway to the computer.
If the communication between the Gateway and the computer is established, the computer receives
the command string.
NOTE:
While sending data, the receive pin on the Gateway also receives the sent data because TX and
RX cables are wired together. To fix this issue, disable the receive I/O of the Gateway when
sending data (requires software implementation).
Testing communication between computer and solar sensor
Procedure
1. Install the USB to RS485 adaptor:
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•
Connect adaptor pin 1 to the solar sensor Data+/B pin.
Connect adaptor pin 1 to the solar sensor Data-/A pin.
For pin connector assignments, see RS485-solar sensor connector pin assignments.
2. Install the USB to RS485 adaptor driver.
3. Launch the Si Modbus Configurator application.
4. Reset the power supply:
a. Disconnect the power cable from the system.
b. Connect the power cable to the system.
Wait till the Sensor connected LED glows green.
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Testing communication between computer and solar sensor
5. Click the Switch to MODBUS mode button.
6. Select the required MODBUS functions.
7. Click the Send button.
The application sends the MODBUS command to RS485 and reads the response.
To change the application back to configuration mode, click the Switch to Configuration Mode
button. To set RS485 to configuration mode, you must reset the RS485.
Testing communication between Gateway and solar sensor
Prerequisites
This option is supported only with Linux OS.
Procedure
1. Connect the Gateway to the solar sensor:
a. Connect Gateway pins 4 and 8 to RS485 Data+/A port.
b. Connect Gateway pins 5 and 9 to RS485 Data-/B port.
For connector pin assignments, see Gateway-solar sensor connector pin assignments.
The Modbus master receives signals immediately and can now query any data from the device.
Testing communication between Gateway and solar sensor
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Software and configuration utilities
Supported operating systems and drivers matrix
The following operating systems are supported.
Operating system
Device driver required
Windows Server R2 2012
Yes
Windows 7 x64 (non-IoT)
Yes
Windows 8.1 x64 (non-IoT)
Yes
Windows 10 x64 (non-IoT)
Yes
CentOS 6.7
No
CentOS 7.2
No
For more information about operating systems, see the product QuickSpecs on the Hewlett Packard
Enterprise website (http://www.hpe.com/info/qs).
You can download the latest device drivers from the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Support Center website
(http://www.hpe.com/support/hpesc).
System BIOS
Updating system BIOS
Prerequisites
Product entitlement is required to perform updates.
You can download the latest system BIOS, whenever updates are available, from the Hewlett Packard
Enterprise website.
For more information on product entitlement, and accessing product updates, see "Accessing updates."
Using the system BIOS to configure system and troubleshoot issues
The system can be set up and configured through the system BIOS. The system BIOS also has options
for restoring default configurations and resetting the system. The setup information is stored in the
battery-backed CMOS, therefore it retains the setup information even when the power is turned off.
For more information, see "Setting up the system BIOS."
Accessing the system BIOS
Procedure
1. Connect KVM to the system.
2. Power up the system.
3. Press the Delete key or the F2 key.
The BIOS Main tab is displayed.
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Software and configuration utilities
Setting up the system BIOS
BIOS menu components
The BIOS menu has the following frames:
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Left frame—Displays the sub menu. Only the sub-menu options in blue can be modified. When an
option is selected in the left frame, it is highlighted in white.
Top right frame—Displays information about the sub-menu option selected.
Bottom right frame—Displays the keys to use to make changes to the selected sub menu.
Navigating and modifying menu options
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Access the system BIOS.
Press the right arrow key to navigate to the tab to modify.
Press the up and down arrow keys to navigate to the sub-menu options on the left frame.
When you reach a sub-menu option to modify, press the Enter key.
Press the + key or the - key to modify the setting selected.
Do one of the following:
•
•
Press the F4 key to save the new setting and exit.
Press the Esc key to exit without saving.
Main tab
The Main tab displays general BIOS information including the following menu options:
•
•
System Date
System Time
Setting the System Date and System Time
Procedure
1. Access the system BIOS Main tab.
2. Press the up and down arrow keys to navigate to the sub-menu options on the left frame.
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3. When you reach a sub-menu option to modify, press the Enter key.
4. Press the Tab key or the arrow keys to navigate the fields.
5. Enter the new values.
The date must be entered in the MM/DD/YY format. The time must be entered in the HH:MM:SS
format.
6. Do one of the following:
•
•
Press the F4 key to save the new values and exit.
Press the Esc key to exit without saving.
Advanced tab
The Advanced tab includes the following menu options:
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•
•
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•
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•
Trusted Computing
Intel (R) Smart Connect Technology
CPU Configuration
PPM Configuration
IDE Configuration
Miscellaneous Configuration
CSM Configuration
USB Configuration
Security Configuration
Trusted Computing
General status and security configuration settings are displayed, including:
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Advanced tab
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•
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•
Security Device Support—Enables or disables Security Device Support
TPM State—Enables or disables TPM State
TPM Enabled Status—Displays whether TPM is enabled or disabled
TPM Active Status—Displays whether TPM is active or inactive
ACPI Settings
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•
•
•
Enable ACPI Auto Configuration—Enables or disables the BIOS ACPI auto configuration
Enable Hibernation—Enables or disables system hibernation (OS/S4 sleep state) settings. This
option may not be effective with some operating systems.
ACPI Sleep State—Selects the highest ACPI sleep state the system will enter when the SUSPEND
button is pressed
Lock Legacy Resources—Enables or disables lock legacy device resources
Intel (R) Smart Connect Technology
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ISCT Support—Enables or disables BIOS ISCT support
CPU Configuration
Displays general CPU configuration values, including socket CPU information
PPM Configuration
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CPU C-state Report—Enables or disables CPU C-state report to OS
Max CPU C-state—Enables user to control the Max C-state that the processor will support
S0ix—Enables or disables CPU S0ix state
IDE Configuration
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Serial-ATA (SATA)—Enables or disables Serial ATA. The internal disk might not be usable if this
option is disabled.
SATA Speed Support—Displays whether SATA Speed Support is Gen1 or Gen2
SATA ODD Port—Displays whether SATA ODD is Port1 or No ODD
SATA Mode—Enables user to select IDE or AHCI modes
mSATA—Enables or disables mSATA function. If mSATA is not installed, this function is disabled.
Serial-ATA Port 1—Enables or disables Serial ATA Port
SATA port2 HotPlug—Enables or disables Serial ATA Port 2 hot-plug function
Miscellaneous Configuration
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High Precision Timer—Enables or disables the High Precision Event Timer
PCI Express Dynamic Clock Gating—Enables user to adjust PCI express clock
OS selection—Enables user to select OS: Windows 8.X/Windows 7/Android
CSM Configuration
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CSM Support—Enables or disables CSM support
GateA20 Active:
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UPON REQUEST—GA20 can be disabled using BIOS services.
ALWAYS—Do not allow disabling GA20. This option is useful when any RT code is executed above
1 MB.
Option ROM Messages—Enables user to set display mode for Option ROM to Force BIOS or Keep
Current
ACPI Settings
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NOTE: The system default is UEFI and Legacy, which can support all operating systems.
However, if you are using Secure Boot Mode, select UEFI Only.
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Boot option filter—Enables user to control Legacy/UEFI ROMs priority
Storage—Enables user to control the execution of UEFI and Legacy Storage Option ROM
Video—Enables user to control the execution of UEFI and Legacy Video Option ROM
Other PCI devices—Enables user to set Option ROM execution policy for devices other than
Network, Storage, or Video
USB Configuration
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Legacy USB Support—Enables user to set support for legacy USB. Auto option disables legacy
support if no USB devices are connected.
XHCI Hand-off—Offers user a workaround for the OS without XHCI hand-off support. The XHCI
ownership change should be claimed by the XHCI driver.
EHCI Hand-off—Offers user a workaround for the OS without EHCI hand-off support. The EHCI
ownership change should be claimed by the EHCI driver.
USB Mass Storage Driver Support—Enables or disables mass storage support
USB transfer time out—Enables user to set the time-out value for control, bulk, and interrupt
transfers
Device reset time out—Enables user to set the USB mass storage device start unit command timeout value
Device power up delay—Enables user to set the maximum time the device will take before it properly
reports itself to the Host Controller. 'Auto' uses default value: for a Root port it is 100 ms: for a Hub
port the delay is taken from Hub descriptor.
Security Configuration
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TXE—Enables or disables TXE
TXE HMRFPO—Enables or disables TXE HMRFPO
TXE Firmware Update—Enables or disables automatic firmware updates for TXE
TXE EOP Message—Enables or disables TXE to send an EOP Message before entering
Intel (R) AT—Enables or disables BIOS AT code from running
Intel (R) AT Platform PBA—Enables or disables BIOS AT code from running
Chipset tab
The Chipset tab displays general configuration details including the following menu options:
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North Bridge—Details of North Bridge parameters
South Bridge—Details of South Bridge parameters
USB Configuration
North Bridge sub-menu options
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Intel IGD Configuration—Enables user to configure Intel IGD settings
Graphics Power Management Control—Enables user to set graphics power management control
options
LCD Control—Enables user to set LCD control
Memory Information—Displays memory frequency and timing setting information
Max TOLUD—Displays the maximum value of TOLUD
Intel IGD Configuration
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GOP Configuration—Displays GOP driver option
GOP Driver—Enables GOP driver to unload VBIOS. Disable GOP driver to load BIOS.
Integrated Graphics Device—Enables or disables Intel IGD. Enable when selected as the Primary
Video Adapter.
IGD Turbo Enable—Enables or disables IGD turbo function
Primary Display—Enables user to select which IGD/PCI graphics device should be the primary
display
GFX Boost—Enables or disables GFX boost function
PAVC—Enables or disables PAVC
DVMT Pre-Allocated—Enables user to select DVMT 5.0 pre-allocated (fixed) graphics memory size
used by the IGD
DVMT Total Gfx Mem—Enables user to select DVMT 5.0 total graphic memory size used by the IGD
Aperture Size—Enables user to select the aperture size
DOP CG—Enables or disables DOP clock gating
GTT Size—Enables user to select the GTT size
IGD Thermal—Enables or disables IGD thermal
Spread Spectrum clock—Enables or disables spread spectrum clock
ISP Enable/Disable—Enables or disables ISP PCI device selection
ISP PCI Device Selection—Enables user to select ISP PCI. Default ISP is PCI B0D2F0 for Windows
Boot. Perform Linux Boot to select B0D3G0.
VCC_Vnn for Power State2—Enables or disables VCC_Vnn power state2
Graphics Power Management Control
RC6 (Render Standby)—Enables or disables render standby support
North Bridge sub-menu options
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LCD Control
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Primary IGFX Boot Display—Enables user to select the video device that will be activated during
POST. VGA mode is only supported on primary display.
LVDS Panel Type—Enables and selects LCDS type or disables LVDS function
South Bridge sub-menu options
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Azalia HD Audio —Displays Azalia HD audio options
USB Configuration —Displays USB configuration settings
PCI Express Configuration —Displays PCI Express configuration settings
LPSS and SCC Devices Mode—Displays LPSS and SCC device mode settings
LAN1 Control—Enables or disables LAN1
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◦ LAN1 PXE Option ROM—Enables or disables boot option for LAN1 Controller
LAN2 Control—Enables or disables LAN2
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◦ LAN2 PXE Option ROM—Enables or disables boot option for LAN2 Controller
Global SMI Lock—Enables or disables SMI lock
BIOS Read/Write Protection—Enables or disables BIOS SPI region read/write protect
Audio Configuration
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Audio Controller—Enables or disables the detection of the Azalia device
USB Configuration
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XHCI Mode—Enables and selects the mode of operation of XHCI controller
USB2 Link Power Management—Enables or disables USB2 Link Power Management
USB 2.0(EHCI) Support—Enables user to control the USB EHCI (USB 2.0) functions. One EHCI
controller must always be enabled.
PCI Express Configuration
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Mini PCI Express—Enables or disables mini-PCI Express port
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◦ Hot Plug—Enables or disables mini-PCIe hot-plug function
◦ Speed—Enables user to select PCIe port speed
Extra Bus Reserved—Enables or disables extra bus reserved (0-3) for bridges behind the root bridge
Reserved Memory—Enables user to select the amount of reserved memory
Reserved Memory Alignment—Enables user to select the amount of reserved memory alignment
Prefetchable Memory—Enables user to select the amount of prefetchable memory
Prefetchable Memory Alignment—Enables user to select the amount of prefetchable memory
alignment
Reserved I/O—Enables user to select the amount of reserved I/O
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The Chipset tab displays general configuration details including the following menu options:
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North Bridge—Details of North Bridge parameters
South Bridge—Details of South Bridge parameters
South Bridge sub-menu options
North Bridge sub-menu options
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Intel IGD Configuration—Enables user to configure Intel IGD settings
Graphics Power Management Control—Enables user to set graphics power management control
options
LCD Control—Enables user to set LCD control
Memory Information—Displays memory frequency and timing setting information
Max TOLUD—Displays the maximum value of TOLUD
Intel IGD Configuration
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GOP Configuration—Displays GOP driver option
GOP Driver—Enables GOP driver to unload VBIOS. Disable GOP driver to load BIOS.
Integrated Graphics Device—Enables or disables Intel IGD. Enable when selected as the Primary
Video Adapter.
IGD Turbo Enable—Enables or disables IGD turbo function
Primary Display—Enables user to select which IGD/PCI graphics device should be the primary
display
GFX Boost—Enables or disables GFX boost function
PAVC—Enables or disables PAVC
DVMT Pre-Allocated—Enables user to select DVMT 5.0 pre-allocated (fixed) graphics memory size
used by the IGD
DVMT Total Gfx Mem—Enables user to select DVMT 5.0 total graphic memory size used by the IGD
Aperture Size—Enables user to select the aperture size
DOP CG—Enables or disables DOP clock gating
GTT Size—Enables user to select the GTT size
IGD Thermal—Enables or disables IGD thermal
Spread Spectrum clock—Enables or disables spread spectrum clock
ISP Enable/Disable—Enables or disables ISP PCI device selection
ISP PCI Device Selection—Enables user to select ISP PCI. Default ISP is PCI B0D2F0 for Windows
Boot. Perform Linux Boot to select B0D3G0.
VCC_Vnn for Power State2—Enables or disables VCC_Vnn power state2
Graphics Power Management Control
RC6 (Render Standby)—Enables or disables render standby support
North Bridge sub-menu options
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LCD Control
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Primary IGFX Boot Display—Enables user to select the video device that will be activated during
POST. VGA mode is only supported on primary display.
LVDS Panel Type—Enables and selects LCDS type or disables LVDS function
South Bridge sub-menu options
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Azalia HD Audio —Displays Azalia HD audio options
USB Configuration —Displays USB configuration settings
PCI Express Configuration —Displays PCI Express configuration settings
LPSS and SCC Devices Mode—Displays LPSS and SCC device mode settings
LAN1 Control—Enables or disables LAN1
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◦ LAN1 PXE Option ROM—Enables or disables boot option for LAN1 Controller
LAN2 Control—Enables or disables LAN2
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◦ LAN2 PXE Option ROM—Enables or disables boot option for LAN2 Controller
Global SMI Lock—Enables or disables SMI lock
BIOS Read/Write Protection—Enables or disables BIOS SPI region read/write protect
Audio Configuration
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Audio Controller—Enables or disables the detection of the Azalia device
USB Configuration
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XHCI Mode—Enables and selects the mode of operation of XHCI controller
USB2 Link Power Management—Enables or disables USB2 Link Power Management
USB 2.0(EHCI) Support—Enables user to control the USB EHCI (USB 2.0) functions. One EHCI
controller must always be enabled.
PCI Express Configuration
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Mini PCI Express—Enables or disables mini-PCI Express port
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◦ Hot Plug—Enables or disables mini-PCIe hot-plug function
◦ Speed—Enables user to select PCIe port speed
Extra Bus Reserved—Enables or disables extra bus reserved (0-3) for bridges behind the root bridge
Reserved Memory—Enables user to select the amount of reserved memory
Reserved Memory Alignment—Enables user to select the amount of reserved memory alignment
Prefetchable Memory—Enables user to select the amount of prefetchable memory
Prefetchable Memory Alignment—Enables user to select the amount of prefetchable memory
alignment
Reserved I/O—Enables user to select the amount of reserved I/O
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Security tab
The Security tab displays password information including the following menu options:
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Administrator Password—Enables user to set administrator password
User Password—Enables user to set user password
Secure Boot
Secure Flash Update—Enables user to update secure flash
South Bridge sub-menu options
Secure Boot
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Secure Boot—Enables or disables secure boot function
Secure Boot Mode—Enables user to select secure boot mode
Boot tab
The Boot menu includes the following menu options:
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Setup Prompt Timeout—Displays the number of seconds to wait for setup activation key
Bootup NumLock State—Enables user to select the keyboard NumLock state
Quiet Boot—Enables or disables the Quiet Boot option
Fast Boot—Enables or disables the Fast Boot option
Boot Option Priorities—Enables user to set the system boot priority order
Network Device BBS Priorities—Enables user to set the order of network devices
Hard Drives BBS Priorities—Enables user to set the order of legacy devices
Save & Exit tab
The Save & Exit menu tab includes the following menu options:
Secure Boot
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Save Changes and Exit—Enables user to exit system setup after saving changes
Discard Changes and Exit—Enables user to exit system setup without saving any changes
Save Changes and Reset—Enables user to reset the system after saving the changes
Discard Changes and Reset—Enables user to reset the system without saving the changes
Save Changes—Enables user to save changes made so far to any of the options
Discard Changes—Enables user to discard changes made so far to any of the options
Restore Defaults—Enables user to restore/load default values for all the options
Save as User Defaults—Enables user to save the changes made so far as user defaults
Restore User Defaults—Enables user to restore the user defaults to all the options
Boot Override—Enables user to override your boot priority
Software and configuration utilities
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting resources
The HPE Edgeline EL10 Intelligent Gateway Maintenance and Service Guide includes additional
troubleshooting resources and is available on the Hewlett Packard Enterprise website http://
www.hpe.com/info/edgeline-docs.
Troubleshooting
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Battery
Battery specifications
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Feature
Specification
Type
CR2032 RTC batteries with a rating of 210 mAh
Power
Battery RTC circuitry draws 2uA when in use (system off)
Maximum Battery
Life Cycle
210 mAh/2 uAh = 10,5000 hours
Maximum Battery
Life Cycle under
Storage Mode
105000 hours/(365 x 24) = 11.98 years
Maximum Battery
Life Cycle under
Operation Mode
105000 hours/(365 x (24-8)) = 17.97 years
Battery
(Battery in Storage Mode - System Powered Off all day, RTC battery is in use)
(Battery in Operation Mode - System Power On, 8 hours/day, RTC circuitry does
not use battery power when system is on)
Warranty and regulatory information
Warranty information
To view the warranty for your product, see the Safety and Compliance Information for Server, Storage,
Power, Networking, and Rack Products document, available at the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Support
Center:
www.hpe.com/support/Safety-Compliance-EnterpriseProducts
Additional warranty information
HPE ProLiant and x86 Servers and Options www.hpe.com/support/ProLiantServers-Warranties
HPE Enterprise Servers
www.hpe.com/support/EnterpriseServers-Warranties
HPE Storage Products
www.hpe.com/support/Storage-Warranties
HPE Networking Products
www.hpe.com/support/Networking-Warranties
Regulatory information
To view the regulatory information for your product, view the Safety and Compliance Information for
Server, Storage, Power, Networking, and Rack Products, available at the Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Support Center:
www.hpe.com/support/Safety-Compliance-EnterpriseProducts
Additional regulatory information
Hewlett Packard Enterprise is committed to providing our customers with information about the chemical
substances in our products as needed to comply with legal requirements such as REACH (Regulation EC
No 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and the Council). A chemical information report for this product
can be found at:
www.hpe.com/info/reach
For Hewlett Packard Enterprise product environmental and safety information and compliance data,
including RoHS and REACH, see:
www.hpe.com/info/ecodata
For Hewlett Packard Enterprise environmental information, including company programs, product
recycling, and energy efficiency, see:
www.hpe.com/info/environment
Belarus Kazakhstan Russia marking
Manufacturer and Local Representative Information
Manufacturer information:
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Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company, 3000 Hanover Street, Palo Alto, CA 94304 U.S.
Local representative information Russian:
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Russia:
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Belarus:
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Kazakhstan:
Local representative information Kazakh:
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Russia:
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Belarus:
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Kazakhstan:
Manufacturing date:
The manufacturing date is defined by the serial number.
CCSYWWZZZZ (serial number format for this product)
Valid date formats include:
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YWW, where Y indicates the year counting from within each new decade, with 2000 as the starting
point; for example, 238: 2 for 2002 and 38 for the week of September 9. In addition, 2010 is indicated
by 0, 2011 by 1, 2012 by 2, 2013 by 3, and so forth.
YYWW, where YY indicates the year, using a base year of 2000; for example, 0238: 02 for 2002 and
38 for the week of September 9.
Turkey RoHS material content declaration
Ukraine RoHS material content declaration
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Turkey RoHS material content declaration
Japanese certification mark for 3G module
Japanese certification mark for 3G module
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Specifications
Environmental specifications
Specification
Value
Temperature range1
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Operating
-20°C to 60°C (-4°F to 140°F)
Nonoperating
-40°C to 60°C (-40°F to 140°F)
Relative humidity (noncondensing)
40% to 95% relative humidity
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All temperature ratings shown are for sea level. An altitude derating of 1.0°C per 304.8 m (1.8°F per
1000 ft) to 3048 m (10,000 ft) is applicable. No direct sunlight allowed. Maximum rate of change is 20°C
per hour (36°F per hour).
Mechanical specifications
Specification
Value
Length
11.64 cm (4.6 in)
Width
13.85 cm (5.5 in)
Depth
3.60 cm (1.4 in)
Weight
0.68 kg (1.5 lb)
Power supply specifications
Specification
Value
Input requirements
Rated input voltage
100 to 240 VAC
Rated input frequency
50 Hz to 60 Hz
Rated input current
1.5 A
Power supply output
Rated output voltage
12 VDC
Rated output current
3A
Power consumption specifications
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Specification
Value
Typical
5.88 W, 12 V at 0.49 A
Maximum
10.56 W, 12 V at 0.88 A
Specifications
Websites
General websites
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Information Library
www.hpe.com/info/EIL
Single Point of Connectivity Knowledge (SPOCK) Storage
compatibility matrix
www.hpe.com/storage/spock
Storage white papers and analyst reports
www.hpe.com/storage/whitepapers
For additional websites, see Support and other resources.
Websites
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Support and other resources
Accessing Hewlett Packard Enterprise Support
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For live assistance, go to the Contact Hewlett Packard Enterprise Worldwide website:
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http://www.hpe.com/assistance
To access documentation and support services, go to the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Support Center
website:
http://www.hpe.com/support/hpesc
Information to collect
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Technical support registration number (if applicable)
Product name, model or version, and serial number
Operating system name and version
Firmware version
Error messages
Product-specific reports and logs
Add-on products or components
Third-party products or components
Accessing updates
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Some software products provide a mechanism for accessing software updates through the product
interface. Review your product documentation to identify the recommended software update method.
To download product updates:
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Support Center
www.hpe.com/support/hpesc
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Support Center: Software
downloads
www.hpe.com/support/downloads
Software Depot
www.hpe.com/support/softwaredepot
To subscribe to eNewsletters and alerts:
www.hpe.com/support/e-updates
To view and update your entitlements, and to link your contracts and warranties with your profile, go to
the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Support Center More Information on Access to Support Materials
page:
www.hpe.com/support/AccessToSupportMaterials
IMPORTANT:
Access to some updates might require product entitlement when accessed through the Hewlett
Packard Enterprise Support Center. You must have an HPE Passport set up with relevant
entitlements.
Customer self repair
Hewlett Packard Enterprise customer self repair (CSR) programs allow you to repair your product. If a
CSR part needs to be replaced, it will be shipped directly to you so that you can install it at your
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Support and other resources
convenience. Some parts do not qualify for CSR. Your Hewlett Packard Enterprise authorized service
provider will determine whether a repair can be accomplished by CSR.
For more information about CSR, contact your local service provider or go to the CSR website:
http://www.hpe.com/support/selfrepair
Remote support
Remote support is available with supported devices as part of your warranty or contractual support
agreement. It provides intelligent event diagnosis, and automatic, secure submission of hardware event
notifications to Hewlett Packard Enterprise, which will initiate a fast and accurate resolution based on your
product's service level. Hewlett Packard Enterprise strongly recommends that you register your device for
remote support.
If your product includes additional remote support details, use search to locate that information.
Remote support and Proactive Care information
HPE Get Connected
www.hpe.com/services/getconnected
HPE Proactive Care services
www.hpe.com/services/proactivecare
HPE Proactive Care service:
Supported products list
www.hpe.com/services/proactivecaresupportedproducts
HPE Proactive Care advanced
service: Supported products list
www.hpe.com/services/
proactivecareadvancedsupportedproducts
Proactive Care customer information
Proactive Care central
www.hpe.com/services/proactivecarecentral
Proactive Care service activation
www.hpe.com/services/proactivecarecentralgetstarted
Remote support
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Acronyms and abbreviations
Azalia
Intel high-definition audio
BBS
BIOS Boot Specification
CSM
Compatibility Support Module
DOP
data-oriented parsing
DVMT
dynamic video memory technology
EHCI
Enhanced Host Controller Interface
EOP
Exchange Online Protection
GFX
graphics
GOP
Graphics Output Protocol
GTT
graphics translation table
IDE
integrated device electronics
IGD
Integrated Graphics Device
IGFX
integrated graphics
ISCT
Intel(R) Smart Connect Technology
LPSS
Low Power Sub System
LVDS
low-voltage differential signaling
PAVC
Protected Audio Video Control
PBA
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Acronyms and abbreviations
Pre-Boot Authentication
PPM
processor power module
PXE
preboot execution environment
SCC
Storage Connecting Circuit
SMI
System Management Interrupt
SSD
solid-state drive
TOLUD
Top of Low Usable DRAM
TPM
Trusted Platform Module
TXE
Telephone eXchange Electronic
UEFI
Unified Extensible Firmware Interface
USB
universal serial bus
Vcc
collector supply voltage
VESA
Video Electronics Standards Association
Vnn
negative supply voltage
xHCI
Extensible Host Controller Interface
Acronyms and abbreviations
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