MB-COME6-2 User`s Manual

User's Manual l MB-COME6-2 UM 0100 l © 2016 TQ-Group
MB-COME6-2
User's Manual
MB-COME6-2 UM 0100
2016-10-31
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User's Manual l MB-COME6-2 UM 0100 l © 2016 TQ-Group
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
2.
2.1
2.2
2.3
3.
3.1
3.2
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.3
3.4
3.4.1
3.4.2
3.4.3
3.5
3.5.1
3.5.2
3.5.3
3.5.4
3.5.5
3.5.6
3.5.7
3.5.8
3.5.9
3.5.10
3.5.11
3.5.12
3.5.13
3.5.14
3.5.15
3.5.16
3.5.17
3.5.18
3.5.19
3.5.20
4.
4.1
4.2
5.
5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.2
5.2.1
5.2.2
ABOUT THIS MANUAL................................................................................................................................................................................1
Copyright and Licence Expenses ...........................................................................................................................................................1
Registered Trademarks..............................................................................................................................................................................1
Disclaimer......................................................................................................................................................................................................1
Imprint............................................................................................................................................................................................................1
Service and Support...................................................................................................................................................................................1
Tips on Safety ...............................................................................................................................................................................................2
Symbols and Typographic Conventions..............................................................................................................................................2
Handling and ESD Tips ..............................................................................................................................................................................2
Naming of Signals.......................................................................................................................................................................................3
Further Applicable Documents / Presumed Knowledge................................................................................................................3
INTRODUCTION ...........................................................................................................................................................................................4
Functional Overview ..................................................................................................................................................................................4
Specification Compliance.........................................................................................................................................................................4
Accessories....................................................................................................................................................................................................5
FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION..................................................................................................................................................................6
Block Diagram..............................................................................................................................................................................................6
Electrical Specification...............................................................................................................................................................................7
Supply Voltage Characteristics ...............................................................................................................................................................7
Power Consumption Specification ........................................................................................................................................................7
Environmental Specification ...................................................................................................................................................................7
System Components..................................................................................................................................................................................7
Gigabit Ethernet Controller......................................................................................................................................................................7
HD-Audio.......................................................................................................................................................................................................7
USB Hub .........................................................................................................................................................................................................7
Connectors and Interfaces .......................................................................................................................................................................8
Power Supply ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 10
DisplayPort................................................................................................................................................................................................. 10
HDMI ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 10
USB Host Interfaces ................................................................................................................................................................................. 10
Gigabit Ethernet ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 11
Serial Interface (RS-232) ......................................................................................................................................................................... 11
Embedded Display Port ......................................................................................................................................................................... 12
LVDS ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 13
Mini PCIe Socket....................................................................................................................................................................................... 15
M.2 Socket with E-Keying (for I/O devices)....................................................................................................................................... 15
M.2 Socket with M-Keying (for SSD devices) ................................................................................................................................... 15
SATA Interfaces......................................................................................................................................................................................... 15
Audio............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 16
Fan Connector........................................................................................................................................................................................... 16
Riser Interface............................................................................................................................................................................................ 17
Power and Reset Button Connector................................................................................................................................................... 17
I2C and COME Connector....................................................................................................................................................................... 17
Debug LEDs................................................................................................................................................................................................ 18
SPI Flash Socket ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 18
COM Express™ Connector ..................................................................................................................................................................... 18
MECHANICS ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 19
Dimensions ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 19
Protection Against External Effects .................................................................................................................................................... 19
SOFTWARE.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 20
System Resources .................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
I2C Bus .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
SMBus .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
Operating Systems .................................................................................................................................................................................. 20
Supported Operating Systems............................................................................................................................................................. 20
Driver Download ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
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TABLE OF CONTENTS (continued)
6.
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.4.1
6.4.2
6.5
7.
7.1
7.2
SAFETY REQUIREMENTS AND PROTECTIVE REGULATIONS......................................................................................................... 21
EMC............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 21
ESD................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 21
Operational Safety and Personal Security ........................................................................................................................................ 21
Reliability and Service Life..................................................................................................................................................................... 21
RoHS Compliance..................................................................................................................................................................................... 21
WEEE Regulation ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 21
Other Entries.............................................................................................................................................................................................. 21
APPENDIX ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 22
Acronyms and Definitions..................................................................................................................................................................... 22
References.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 23
TABLE DIRECTORY
Table 1:
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Table 11:
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Table 13:
Table 14:
Table 15:
Table 16:
Table 17:
Terms and Conventions.....................................................................................................................................................................2
Pinout Power-In Connector X12 .................................................................................................................................................. 10
Pinout USB Host Extension Connectors X28, X29, X30 ......................................................................................................... 10
Serial Port COM Express™ Port Mapping................................................................................................................................... 11
eDP Connector X23.......................................................................................................................................................................... 12
LVDS Connector X24........................................................................................................................................................................ 13
Backlight Power Connector X13 .................................................................................................................................................. 14
Backlight Connector X25................................................................................................................................................................ 14
Speaker Connector for Right Speaker X35.................................................................................................................................... i
Speaker Connector for Left Speaker X38....................................................................................................................................... i
12 V Fan Connector X22 ..................................................................................................................................................................... i
Power and Reset Button Connector X39....................................................................................................................................... i
I2C and COME Connector X26 ....................................................................................................................................................... 17
Debug LEDs ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 18
I2C Address Mapping COM Express™ SMBus Port................................................................................................................... 20
Acronyms ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 22
Further Applicable Documents and Links................................................................................................................................. 23
ILLUSTRATION DIRECTORY
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Illustration 15:
Block Diagram MB-COME6-2............................................................................................................................................................6
MB-COME6-2, Top ...............................................................................................................................................................................8
MB-COME6-2, Bottom ........................................................................................................................................................................9
RS-232 D-SUB Connector X32....................................................................................................................................................... 11
eDP Connector X23.......................................................................................................................................................................... 12
LVDS Connector X24........................................................................................................................................................................ 13
Backlight Connector X25................................................................................................................................................................ 14
2.5” HDD/SSD Mounting ................................................................................................................................................................ 15
Speaker Connector X35 .................................................................................................................................................................. 16
Speaker Connector X38 .................................................................................................................................................................. 16
12 V Fan Connector X22 ................................................................................................................................................................. 16
PCIe card Installation Configuration........................................................................................................................................... 17
PWR and RST Button X39 ............................................................................................................................................................... 17
12 V Fan Connector X26 ................................................................................................................................................................. 17
MB-COME6-2 dimensions .............................................................................................................................................................. 19
REVISION HISTORY
Rev.
0100
Date
2016-10-31
Name
FP
Pos.
Modification
First edition
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1.
ABOUT THIS MANUAL
1.1
Copyright and Licence Expenses
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Copyright protected © 2016 by TQ-Systems GmbH.
This User's Manual may not be copied, reproduced, translated, changed or distributed, completely or partially
in electronic, machine readable, or in any other form without the written consent of TQ-Systems GmbH.
The drivers and utilities for the components used as well as the BIOS are subject to the copyrights of the respective
manufacturers. The licence conditions of the respective manufacturer are to be adhered to.
BIOS-licence expenses are paid by TQ-Systems GmbH and are included in the price.
Licence expenses for the operating system and applications are not taken into consideration and must be separately
calculated / declared.
1.2
Registered Trademarks
TQ-Systems GmbH aims to adhere to the copyrights of all the graphics and texts used in all publications, and strives to use
original or license-free graphics and texts.
All the brand names and trademarks mentioned in the publication, including those protected by a third party, unless specified
otherwise in writing, are subjected to the specifications of the current copyright laws and the proprietary laws of the present
registered proprietor without any limitation. One should conclude that brand and trademarks are rightly protected by a third
party.
1.3
Disclaimer
TQ-Systems GmbH does not guarantee that the information in this User's Manual is up-to-date, correct, complete or of good
quality. Nor does TQ-Systems GmbH assume guarantee for further usage of the information. Liability claims against TQ-Systems
GmbH, referring to material or non-material related damages caused, due to usage or non-usage of the information given in the
User's Manual, or due to usage of erroneous or incomplete information, are exempted, as long as there is no proven intentional
or negligent fault of TQ-Systems GmbH.
TQ-Systems GmbH explicitly reserves the rights to change or add to the contents of this User's Manual or parts of it without
special notification.
1.4
Imprint
TQ-Systems GmbH
Gut Delling, Mühlstraße 2
D-82229 Seefeld
Tel:
Fax:
Email:
Web:
+49 (0) 8153 9308–0
+49 (0) 8153 9308–4223
info@tq-group.com
http://www.tq-group.com/
1.5
Service and Support
Please visit our website www.tq-group.com for latest product documentation, drivers, utilities and technical support.
You can register on our website www.tq-group.com to have access to restricted information and automatic update services.
For direct technical support you can contact our FAE team by email: support@tq-group.com.
Our FAE team can also support you with additional information like 3D-STEP files and confidential information, which is not
provided on our public website.
For service/RMA, please contact our service team by email (service@tq-group.com) or your sales team at TQ.
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Tips on Safety
Improper or incorrect handling of the product can substantially reduce its life span.
1.7
Symbols and Typographic Conventions
Table 1:
Terms and Conventions
Symbol
Meaning
This symbol represents the handling of electrostatic-sensitive modules and / or components. These
components are often damaged / destroyed by the transmission of a voltage higher than about 50 V.
A human body usually only experiences electrostatic discharges above approximately 3,000 V.
This symbol indicates the possible use of voltages higher than 24 V.
Please note the relevant statutory regulations in this regard.
Non-compliance with these regulations can lead to serious damage to your health and also cause
damage / destruction of the component.
This symbol indicates a possible source of danger. Acting against the procedure described can lead to
possible damage to your health and / or cause damage / destruction of the material used.
This symbol represents important details or aspects for working with TQ-products.
Command
1.8
A font with fixed-width is used to denote commands, contents, file names, or menu items.
Handling and ESD Tips
General handling of your TQ-products
The TQ-product may only be used and serviced by certified personnel who have taken note of the
information, the safety regulations in this document and all related rules and regulations.
A general rule is: do not touch the TQ-product during operation. This is especially important when
switching on, changing jumper settings or connecting other devices without ensuring beforehand
that the power supply of the system has been switched off.
Violation of this guideline may result in damage / destruction of the MB-COME6-2 module and be
dangerous to your health.
Improper handling of your TQ-product would render the guarantee invalid.
Proper ESD handling
The electronic components of your TQ-product are sensitive to electrostatic discharge (ESD).
Always wear antistatic clothing, use ESD-safe tools, packing materials etc., and operate your TQproduct in an ESD-safe environment. Especially when you switch modules on, change jumper settings,
or connect other devices.
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Naming of Signals
A hash mark (#) at the end of the signal name indicates a low-active signal.
Example: RESET#
If a signal can switch between two functions and if this is noted in the name of the signal, the low-active function is marked with
a hash mark and shown at the end.
Example: C / D#
If a signal has multiple functions, the individual functions are separated by slashes when they are important for the wiring.
The identification of the individual functions follows the above conventions.
Example: WE2# / OE#
1.10
Further Applicable Documents / Presumed Knowledge
•
Specifications and manual of the modules used:
These documents describe the service, functionality and special characteristics of the module used.
•
Specifications of the components used:
The manufacturer's specifications of the components used, for example CompactFlash cards, are to be taken note of.
They contain, if applicable, additional information that must be taken note of for safe and reliable operation.
These documents are stored at TQ-Systems GmbH.
•
Chip errata:
It is the user's responsibility to make sure all errata published by the manufacturer of each component are taken note of.
The manufacturer’s advice should be followed.
•
Software behaviour:
No warranty can be given, nor responsibility taken for any unexpected software behaviour due to deficient components.
•
General expertise:
Expertise in electrical engineering / computer engineering is required for the installation and the use of the device.
Implementation information for the carrier board design is provided in the COM Express™ Design Guide (2) maintained by the
PICMG®. This Carrier Design Guide includes a very good guideline to design a COM Express™ carrier board.
It includes detailed information with schematics and detailed layout guidelines.
Please refer to the official PICMG® documentation for additional information (1), (2).
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INTRODUCTION
The COM Express™ mainboard MB-COME6-2 is a carrier board for COM Express™ modules with Type 6 pinout. It can be used for
panel PCs, embedded computers or as evaluation platform for COM Express™ modules. In combination with a standard COM
Express™ module it forms a very compact hardware kit that can be used for a freely scalable embedded PC platform thanks to its
modular design. Because of this – with uniform interfaces and dimensions – the PC system can be easily adapted to suit the
requirements of the application. The many extension options and storage media, which can be added, offer a high level of
flexibility and allow functionalities and performance to be extended easily, quickly and inexpensively.
Typical usage is in embedded server applications, PC systems for medical applications, automation, visualisation and monitoring
and all applications that place high demands on quality, durability and long-term availability.
2.1
Functional Overview
The following key functions are implemented on the MB-COME6-2:
Supported Modules:
• COM Express™ Mini Modules with Type 6 pinout
External Interfaces:
• 2 × Gigabit Ethernet (isolated for medical applications)
• 4 × USB3.0
• 2 × HDMI
• 1 × DisplayPort
• Audio (headphone out and microphone in)
• Power Button / Reset
Internal Interfaces:
• LVDS or eDP
• 4 × USB
• Mini PCIe socket (with micro SIM Card support)
• M.2 socket with E-Keying (e.g. for WLAN / Bluetooth cards)
• M.2 socket with M-Keying (for SSDs)
• Socket for 2.5’’ HDD/SSD
• 2 × SATA interface
• Audio: stereo speaker out (2 × 1.4 W amplifier)
• RS-232
• Riser interface to support PCIe or PCI add in cards via an appropriate riser card
Power supply:
• Voltage: 12 V DC ±5 %
Environment:
• Extended temperature: –20 °C to +85 °C
Form factor / dimensions:
• 170 × 170 mm2 (Mini ITX)
2.2
Specification Compliance
The MB-COME6-2 supports modules compliant to the PICMG® COM Express™ Module Base Specification (COM.0 R2.1) with
Type 6 pinout with compact or basic form factors.
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Accessories
•
COMSET-HDD
Mounting Set for 2.5’’ HDD/SSD on the MB-COME6-2
Order code: 221803.0100
•
RISER-PCIE-PCIE-1
Riser for 1 × PCIe; PCIe card is in line with the MB-COME6-2
Order code: 285846.0100
•
RISER-PCIE-PCI-1
Riser for 1 × PCI; PCI card is in line with the MB-COME6-2
Order code: 285648.0100
•
DK-USB-TYPA-MOL5
Adapter cable from internal USB connector to an A-Type receptacle, 150 mm long
Order code: 277130.0100
•
DSUB-ADAPTER DK-RS232-9POL-DSUB-PICOBLADE
Adapter cable from internal connector to a 9-pin D-Sub male connector, 150 mm long
Order code: 278622.0100
Please contact support@tq-group.com for details about Display Port cables and Display Port to DVI/HDMI adapters.
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FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION
3.1
Block Diagram
The following illustration shows the block diagram of the MB-COME6-2:
Illustration 1:
Block Diagram MB-COME6-2
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3.2
Electrical Specification
3.2.1
Supply Voltage Characteristics
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The MB-COME6-2 requires an input voltage of 12 V DC ±5 %.
The input voltages shall rise from 10 % of nominal to 90 % of nominal within 0.1 ms to 20 ms (0.1 ms ≤ Rise Time ≤ 20 ms).
There must be a smooth and continuous increase of each DC output voltage from 10 % to 90 % of its final set point within
the regulation range.
3.2.2
Power Consumption Specification
The power consumption of the system significantly depends on the connected devices (COM Express™ module, Mass storage
devices, USB devices, display backlight, speakers etc.).
The power consumption of the MB-COME6-2 itself is approximately 130 mA @ 12 V (COM Express™ module supplied externally;
UEFI-shell active; no keyboard, no mouse, no mass storage device, no Ethernet cable etc. connected).
The maximum input current of the MB-COME6-2 is limited to 7 A by a fuse. The load caused by devices connected to the carrier
board should not exceed 60 W.
Note: Power requirement
The power supply for the MB-COME6-2 must be configured with enough reserve.
It should be calculated with the maximum power of all connected components.
3.3
Environmental Specification
•
•
•
Operating temperature, extended:
Storage temperature:
Relative humidity (operating / storage):
3.4
System Components
3.4.1
Gigabit Ethernet Controller
–20 °C to +85 °C
–40 °C to +85 °C
10 % to 90 % (not condensing)
The MB-COME6-2 provides an Intel® i210IT Ethernet controller with 10/100/1000 Mbps speed and IEEE1588 support.
Please contact support@tq-group.com for further information about the IEEE1588 support.
3.4.2
HD-Audio
The MB-COME6-2 provides a Realtec ALC262 High Definition Audio Codec and a stereo Class D Amplifier with
1.4 W output power per channel (@ 8 Ω).
3.4.3
USB Hub
The MB-COME6-2 provides a Microchip USB2514 with 4 Hi-Speed downstream ports.
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Connectors and Interfaces
X12: Power In
12 V DC
X13: Display
Backlight
X14: USB (2.0)
X18: SPI flash
socket
Debug
LEDs
X1: COM Express™
connector (Row A/B)
X2: COM Express™
connector (Row C/D)
X16: Riser
interface
X15: Micro SIM
card socket
X19: 5 V supply
e.g. for HDDs
X20 / X21: SATA
X17: 12 V Fan
X3:
Display Port
Illustration 2:
X4 / X5:
HDMI
MB-COME6-2, Top
X6 / X7:
2 × USB 3.0
X8 (green):
Headphone out
X9 (pink): Mic in
X10 / X11:
Gigabit
Ethernet
S2:
Power
Button
S1:
Reset
Button
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X23:
Embedded
DisplayPort
X24:
LVDS
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X25:
Display Backlight
X32:
Serial 0: RS-232
X27:
M.2 socket
(M-Key for SSDs)
X33:
2.5’’ SATA
HDD/SSD
X28/X29:
USB2.0
X30:
USB2.0 for
Display Touch
X35/X38:
Speaker
X36:
Front Touch Unit
X37:
M.2 socket
(E-Key)
X16:
Riser interface
X39:
Power and Reset
Button
X41:
Mini PCIe socket
Illustration 3:
MB-COME6-2, Bottom
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Power Supply
The MB-COME6-2 requires a single 12 V DC power supply. The voltage should not vary more than ±5 %.
X10: Power-In Connector
Connector type:
Mating connector:
Table 2:
Phoenix MSTBA 2,5/ 2-G-5,08
Phoenix MSTBA 2,5/ 2-ST-5,08
Pinout Power-In Connector X12
Pin
Signal
Remark
1
12 V
Fused @ 7 A
2
GND
–
3.5.2
DisplayPort
The MB-COME6-2 supports one DisplayPort interface. The support of the interface and of adapters from DP to HDMI, DVI or VGA
depends on the combination of the COM Express™ module and the adapter used. The combination of some modules with some
adapters might not work.
3.5.3
HDMI
The MB-COME6-2 supports two HDMI interfaces. Each interface provides an NXP PTN3366 HDMI level shifter with high
bandwidth, low power consumption and ESD protection. The support of the interfaces and possible adapters depends on the
combination of the COM Express™ module and the adapter used. The combination of some modules with some adapters might
not work.
3.5.4
USB Host Interfaces
The MB-COME6-2 supports several USB Host interfaces.
X6 / X7: Double A-Type (USB3.0) connector for direct usage of USB host ports
X14:
A-Type connector for direct usage of a USB 2.0 host port. USB3.0 is only available at this connector with a special
version of the MB-COME6-2 and a TQMx60EB -COM Express™ module with a special BIOS
X28 / X29 / X30: USB host extension connector for usage of a USB host port with an adapter cable
Connector type:
Molex 53398-0571
Mating connector:
Molex 51021-0500
Table 3:
Pinout USB Host Extension Connectors X28, X29, X30
Pin
Signal
Cable Colour
Remark
1
+5 V
Red
–
2
D–
White
–
3
D+
Green
–
4
GND
Black
–
5
GND
–
–
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Gigabit Ethernet
The MB-COME6-2 supports two common Gigabit Ethernet ports.
The Ethernet signals of the COM Express™ connector are routed to X11.
An Intel® i210IT Ethernet controller with 10/100/1000 Mbps speed implemented on the MB-COME6-2 is connected to X10.
Special Ethernet Magnetics and Ethernet Jacks are used for both interfaces to comply with the requirements according to
IEC60601-1 3rd edition (standard for medical electrical equipment) to realize at least 1 × MOOP (means of operator protection).
Because of this isolation requirements and limited front panel space there are no LEDs indicating activity or connection speed of
the Ethernet interfaces.
3.5.6
Serial Interface (RS-232)
The MB-COME6-2 supports one serial port:
RS-232 port at on-board connector
The COM Express™ Specification does only provide signal definitions for RX and TX lines for the serial interface. Due to the TQflexiCFG feature, the serial ports can be configured to route the handshake signals to free pins on the COM Express connector.
Table 4:
Serial Port COM Express™ Port Mapping
COM Express Signal
COM Express Pin
MB-COME6-2
Remark
SER0_TX
A98
SER0_TX
3.3 V input
SER0_RX
A99
SER0_RX
3.3 V output
SER1_TX
A101
SER1_TX
3.3 V input (not available)
A102
SER1_RX
3.3 V output (not available)
B98
SER0_RTS#
3.3 V input
SER1_RX
SER0_RTS#
1
SER0_CTS#
1
B99
SER0_CTS#
3.3 V output
SER1_RTS# 1
D24
SER1_RTS#
3.3 V input (not available)
SER1_CTS# 1
D25
SER1_CTS#
3.3 V output (not available)
The four COM Express™ serial signals (RX/TX) are specified to provide a protection and level shifter circuit.
The implementation of this circuit would result in a lower transfer speed on the two serial ports of the COM Express™ module.
On the MB-COME6-2 the protection circuit is removed and the serial ports provide a transfer rate of up to 115 kbaud.
The MB-COME6-2 can only be used in combination with COM Express™ modules with Type 6 pinout.
Table 1:
RS-232 Signal
(all signals)
Pin
1:
2:
3:
RS-232 D-Sub Connector X32
D-Sub connector
MBCOME6-2
(with DSUB-Adaptor)
1
DCD
NC 3
2
DSR
NC 3
RXD
3
RXD
RXD
TXD
4
RTS
RTS 2
–
5
TXD
TXD
GND
6
CTS
CTS 2
–
7
DTR
NC 3
RTS
8
RI
NC 3
CTS
–
9
GND
GND
–
10
–
NC
–
Illustration 4:
RS-232 D-SUB Connector X32
These signals are not specified in COM Express™ specification.
These signals are only available when the TQ flexiCFG feature is available on the COM Express™ module. TQ modules support this feature.
Only available when the TQ flexiCFG feature is available on the COM Express™ module.
Not available since signal is not defined in COM Express™ specification.
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Embedded Display Port
The MB-COME6-2 supports an embedded DisplayPort (eDP) interface where suitable displays can be connected directly. This
functionality is only available with an eDP variant of the MB-COME6-2 and if the connected COM Express™ module supports eDP.
LVDS is not available with the eDP variant.
Please contact support@tq-group.com for further information about eDP or LVDS support.
X30: eDP connector
Connector type:
Mating connector:
Table 5:
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
JAE HD1S040HA1
JAE HD1P040MA1
eDP Connector X23
Signal
NC
GND
TX3–
TX3+
GND
TX2–
TX2+
GND
TX1–
TX1+
GND
TX0–
TX0+
GND
AUX+
AUX–
GND
3V3
3V3
3V3
3V3
NC
GND
GND
GND
GND
HPD
GND
GND
GND
GND
BLKT_EN
BLKT_CTRL
VDD_EN
AUX_SEL
V_BLKT
V_BLKT
V_BLKT
V_BLKT
NC
Remark
–
–
Lane 3 differential pair
–
Lane 2 differential pair
–
Lane 1 differential pair
–
Lane 0 differential pair
–
AUX - channel
–
3.3 V supply voltage
–
–
Hot Plug Detect
–
Backlight enable
Backlight (brightness) control
Panel power enable
Low AUX; High I2C
12 V Backlight supply voltage
–
Illustration 5:
eDP Connector X23
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LVDS
The MB-COME6-2 supports an LVDS interface where suitable displays can be connected directly. This functionality is only
available with an LVDS variant of the MB-COME6-2 and if the connected COM Express™ module supports LVDS. eDP is not
available with the LVDS variant.
There are also connectors to power the backlight of the connected display.
The MB-COME6-2 has an on-board EDID EEPROM to store display specific timing information. This EEPROM can be programmed
with an external I2C programmer. If the programmer supports 3.3 V output voltage, the MB-COME6-2 can be programmed
without any additional power supply. In this case no COM Express™ module should be connected to the carrier board.
X24: LVDS connector
Connector type:
Mating connector:
Table 6:
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Hirose DF19G-30P-1H
Hirose DF19-30S-1C
LVDS Connector X24
Signal
A0–
A0+
A1–
A1+
A2–
A2+
GND
ACLK–
ACLK+
A3–
A3+
B0–
B0+
GND
B1–
B1+
GND
B2–
B2+
BCLK–
BCLK+
B3–
B3+
GND
5V_PANEL
5V_PANEL
5V_PANEL
3V3_PANEL
3V3_PANEL
3V3_PANEL
Remark
Odd bus
Odd bus
Odd bus
Odd bus
Odd bus
Odd bus
–
Odd bus
Odd bus
Odd bus
Odd bus
Even bus
Even bus
–
Even bus
Even bus
–
Even bus
Even bus
Even bus
Even bus
Even bus
Even bus
–
5 V Panel supply voltage
3.3 V Panel supply voltage
Illustration 6:
LVDS Connector X24
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X13: Backlight Power connector
Connector type:
Phoenix MSTBA2,5/ 4-G-5,08
Mating connector:
Phoenix MSTBA2,5/ 4-ST-5,08
Table 7:
Backlight Power Connector X13
Pin
Signal
1
2
3
4
1)
12V_BL
VCC_IN1)
GND
VCC_BLKT_OUT
12 V always-on output
Backlight voltage input
–
Backlight voltage output
A voltage of up to 30 V can be supplied at this pin. Connect Pin 1 and 2 to use the 12 V of the MB-COME6-2 for the backlight.
X25: Backlight connector
Connector type:
Mating connector:
Table 8:
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
1)
Remark
Hirose DF19G-20P-1H
Hirose DF19-20S-1C
Backlight Connector X25
Signal
12V_BL
12V_BL
12V_BL_SL
12V_BL_SL
GND
5V_BL
5V_BL
5V_BL
5V_BL_SL
5V_BL_SL
5V_BL_SL
BLEN
BLT_CTRL
GND
3V3_PROG1)
EDID_CLK1)
EDID_DAT1)
GND
Remark
12 V always-on output
12 V switched output
–
Illustration 7:
5 V always-on output
5 V switched output
Backlight Enable output
Backlight (brightness) control
–
3.3 V input (programming)
EDID I2C clock
EDID I2C data
–
These pins can be used to program the on-board EDID EEPROM. The EEPROM can be powered by the 3V3_PROG pin.
Backlight Connector X25
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Mini PCIe Socket
The MB-COME6-2 provides a socket to support one full size Mini PCIe card. The signals of a USB and a PCIe x1 interface are
connected to this socket. There is also a Micro SIM card socket for native support of UMTS or LTE Mini PCIe cards.
A half size card can be inserted into this socket by means of a mechanical adapter.
The reachable transfer rate of this interface depends mainly on the COM Express™ module used and the connected device.
3.5.10
M.2 Socket with E-Keying (for I/O devices)
The MB-COME6-2 provides a socket to support a M.2 module with 22 mm width and 30 mm length.
The signals of a USB and a PCIe x1 interface are connected to this socket.
M.2 2230 single and double sided modules with E or A+E-Keying can be inserted.
The maximum transfer rate of this interface mainly depends on the COM Express™ module used and the connected device.
3.5.11
M.2 Socket with M-Keying (for SSD devices)
The MB-COME6-2 provides a socket to support a M.2 module with 22 mm width and 80 mm length.
In the Standard Configuration only SATA-based M.2 SSDs are supported.
The maximum transfer rate of this interface mainly depends on the COM Express™ module used and the connected device.
For the MB-COME6-2 there is a configuration possible, where PCIe- (up to PCIe x4) and SATA- based M.2 SSDs are supported.
For this, the used COM Express™ module also has to support this feature.
Please contact support@tq-group.com for further information about useable M.2 SSDs.
3.5.12
SATA Interfaces
The MB-COME6-2 supports up to 4 SATA interfaces:
• One connector for 2.5’’ HDD/SSDs, which can be mounted on the carrier board with a mounting set
• One socket for M.2 SSDs
• Up to 2 standard SATA connectors
The maximum transfer rates of these interfaces mainly depend on the COM Express™ module used and the connected devices.
Illustration 8:
2.5” HDD/SSD Mounting
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Audio
The MB-COME6-2 provides an audio codec and an audio amplifier to support following audio features:
• Headphone out
• Microphone in
• Speaker out (up to 2 × 1.4 W @ 8 Ω or 2 × 2.1 W @ 4 Ω)
X35: Speaker connector for right speaker
Connector type:
Molex 53261-0471
Mating connector:
Molex 51021-0400 crimp housing
Table 9:
Pin
1
2
3
4
Speaker Connector for Right Speaker X35
Signal
Remark
SPK_OUT_R+
Speaker out right +
SPK_OUT_R–
Speaker out right –
Illustration 9:
Speaker Connector X35
Illustration 10:
Speaker Connector X38
X38: Speaker connector for left speaker
Connector type:
Molex 53261-0471
Mating connector:
Molex 51021-0400 crimp housing
Table 10:
Pin
1
2
3
4
3.5.14
Speaker Connector for Left Speaker X38
Signal
Remark
SPK_OUT_L+
Speaker out left +
SPK_OUT_L–
Speaker out left –
Fan Connector
The MB-COME6-2 provides a connector for 12 V fans.
X22: 12 V fan connector
Connector type:
Mating connector:
Table 11:
Pin
1
2
3
4
Molex 47053-1000
4-pin or 3-pin fan connector (2.54 mm pitch)
12 V Fan Connector X22
Signal
GND
12 V
SENSE
CONTROL
Remark
–
–
Sense input for fan speed
Speed control output
If a fan with 3 pin connector is connected, it may always run with full speed.
Illustration 11:
12 V Fan Connector X22
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Riser Interface
The MB-COME6-2 provides a card edge connector.
PCI or PCIe cards can be connected to this card edge connector with different adapters.
For further information about the card edge connector, please contact TQ-Systems GmbH.
Illustration 12:
3.5.16
PCIe card Installation Configuration
Power and Reset Button Connector
The MB-COME6-2 provides a connector to connect a power and a reset button.
Table 12:
Pin
1
2
3
3.5.17
Power and Reset Button Connector X39
Signal
PWR_BTN#
GND
RST_BTN#
Remark
–
–
–
Illustration 13:
PWR and RST Button X39
I2C and COME Connector
The MB-COME6-2 provides an optional connector, where the COME I2C, the SMBus and a few COM Express™ signals are available.
This connector is for debug and software development purposes. The user can access to SMBus, I2C bus and a few other signals.
This connector is not present on the MB-COME6-2 standard configuration.
Table 13:
Pin
I2C and COME Connector X26
Signal
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
V_3V3#
SMB_CK
SMB_DAT
SMB_ALERT#
GND
I2C_CK
I2C_DAT
8
THRMTRIP#
9
10
11
12
SLEEP#
SATA_ACT#
WAKE1#
SUS_S4#
Remark
3.3 V supply
SM bus clock
SM bus data
SM bus alert
–
COM Express™ I2C bus clock
COM Express™ I2C bus data
Thermal shutdown signal from
module
Sleep button signal to module
SATA activity signal from module
Wake up signal to module
Suspend to disk state signal
Illustration 14:
12 V Fan Connector X26
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Debug LEDs
The MB-COME6-2 provides several LEDs for debug purposes.
Table 14:
Debug LEDs
Function
Power
SUS S3
Power Good #
Reset active
M.2 SSD active
Safe Net Dongle
3.5.19
PCB Text
PWR
S3 act.
PWR GD#
RST act.
M.2 SSD
SND
Remark
Green if 12 V input power is present
Green if module is in power-saving mode S3 (Suspend to RAM)
Green if no PWR_OK signal is sent to module
Green if Reset is asserted
Green if M.2 SSD is active
Safe Net Dongle LED (green)
SPI Flash Socket
The MB-COME6-2 provides a socket for SPI flashes. This is useful if a BIOS update fails or for BIOS development purposes.
SPI-Flashes with SO8W package can be inserted.
It depends on the COM Express™ module used whether a certain flash device is supported.
If the “BIOS_DIS1#” jumper is set, the BIOS from the SPI flash in the socket is active.
3.5.20
COM Express™ Connector
The EPT 401-55101-51 or equivalent is used as COM Express™ connector.
The stack height (board to board distance between carrier board and module) is 8 mm.
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4.
MECHANICS
4.1
Dimensions
The dimensions are according to the Mini-ITX form factor, which is 170 × 170 mm2.
The following illustration shows the dimensions of the MB-COME6-2.
Illustration 15:
MB-COME6-2 dimensions
Please contact support@tq-group.com for more details about 2D/3D Step models.
4.2
Protection Against External Effects
The MB-COME6-2 is not protected against dust, external impact and contact (IP00).
Adequate protection has to be guaranteed by the surrounding system.
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5.
SOFTWARE
5.1
System Resources
5.1.1
I2C Bus
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The general purpose I2C bus (COM Express™ pin names I2C_DAT and I2C_CK) is accessible on the I2C and COME connector.
There are no I2C devices connected to this bus on the MB-COME6-2.
5.1.2
SMBus
The SMBus (System Management Bus) on the MB-COME6-2 is routed to the PCIe clock buffer, the LM75A temperature sensor and
to the card edge connector. It is also accessible at the I2C and COME connector.
The following table shows the I2C address mapping for the COM Express™ SMBus port:
Table 15:
I2C Address Mapping COM Express™ SMBus Port
8-bit Address
Function
Device
Remark
0xC4
PCIe Clock buffer
Silicon Labs SI53106
–
0x90
Temperature sensor
NXP LM75A
Not present in standard version
5.2
Operating Systems
5.2.1
Supported Operating Systems
The MB-COME6-2 supports various Operating Systems:
•
Microsoft® Windows® 10
•
Microsoft® Windows® 8.1 / Microsoft® Windows® Embedded Standard 8 (WES8)
•
Microsoft® Windows® 7 / Microsoft® Windows® Embedded Standard 7 (WES7)
•
Linux (i.e. Ubuntu 14.10 or later)
Other Operating Systems are supported on request.
Please contact support@tq-group.com for further information about supported Operating Systems.
5.2.2
Driver Download
The MB-COME6-2 module is well supported by the Standard Operating Systems, which already include most of the drivers
required. It is recommended to use the latest drivers for optimal performance and the full feature set of the module.
Drivers for the Intel® i201IT Gigabit Ethernet controller can be downloaded at this Intel® page:
•
Intel® Download Center: Intel® Ethernet Controller i210 Series
https://downloadcenter.intel.com/product/64399/Intel-Ethernet-Controller-I210-Series
Please contact support@tq-group.com for further driver download assistance.
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SAFETY REQUIREMENTS AND PROTECTIVE REGULATIONS
6.1
EMC
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The MB-COME6-2 was developed according to the requirements of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Depending on the
target system, anti-interference measures may still be necessary to guarantee that the limits for the overall system including
housing are met.
6.2
ESD
In order to avoid interspersion on the signal path from the input to the protection circuit in the system, the protection against
electrostatic discharge should be arranged directly at the inputs of a system. Most external interfaces are protected using ESD
protection diodes. Measurements for ESD protection have to be done with the electronic parts mounted in a housing. Since TQSystems GmbH does not offer a housing for the MB-COME6-2, no special preventive measures are taken.
6.3
Operational Safety and Personal Security
Due to the occurring voltages (12 V DC), tests with respect to the operational and personal safety have not been carried out.
6.4
Reliability and Service Life
6.4.1
RoHS Compliance
The MB-COME6-2 is manufactured RoHS compliant.
• All components and assemblies used are RoHS compliant
• RoHS compliant soldering processes are used
6.4.2
WEEE Regulation
The company placing the product on the market is responsible for the observance of the WEEE regulation.
To be able to reuse the product, it is produced in such a way (a modular construction) that it can be easily repaired and
disassembled.
6.5
Other Entries
By environmentally friendly processes, production equipment and products, we contribute to the protection of our
environment.
The energy consumption of this subassembly is minimised by suitable measures.
Printed PC-boards are delivered in reusable packaging.
Modules and devices are delivered in an outer packaging of paper, cardboard or other recyclable material.
Due to the fact that at the moment there is still no technical equivalent alternative for printed circuit boards with brominecontaining flame protection (FR-4 material), such printed circuit boards are still used.
No use of PCB containing capacitors and transformers (polychlorinated biphenyls).
These points are an essential part of the following laws:
•
The law to encourage the circular flow economy and assurance of the environmentally
acceptable removal of waste as at 27.9.94
(source of information: BGBl I 1994, 2705)
•
Regulation with respect to the utilization and proof of removal as at 1.9.96
(source of information: BGBl I 1996, 1382, (1997, 2860)
•
Regulation with respect to the avoidance and utilization of packaging waste as at 21.8.98
(source of information: BGBl I 1998, 2379)
•
Regulation with respect to the European Waste Directory as at 1.12.01
(source of information: BGBl I 2001, 3379)
This information is to be seen as notes. Tests or certifications were not carried out in this respect.
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APPENDIX
7.1
Acronyms and Definitions
The following acronyms and abbreviations are used in this document.
Table 16:
Acronym
ATA
BIOS
DP
DVI
EDID
eDP
EEPROM
EMC
ESD
FAE
flexiCFG
FR-4
HD
HDD
HDMI
HPD
I/O
I2C
IEEE®
IP
LED
LTE
LVDS
MOOP
NC
PC
PCB
PCI
PCIe
PCMCIA
PICMG®
RAM
RMA
RoHS
RS-232
SATA
SIM
SMB
SPI
SSD
UEFI
UMTS
USB
VGA
WEEE®
WES
WLAN
Acronyms
Meaning
Advanced Technology Attachment
Basic Input/Output System
Display Port
Digital Visual Interface
Extended Display Identification Data
embedded DisplayPort
Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Electrostatic Discharge
Field Application Engineer
Flexible Configuration
Flame Retardant 4
High Definition (Audio)
Hard Disk Drive
High Definition Multimedia Interface
Hot Plug Detect
Input/Output
Inter-Integrated Circuit
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Ingress Protection
Light Emitting Diode
Long Term Evolution
Low Voltage Differential Signal
Means Of Operator Protection
Not Connected
Personal Computer
Printed Circuit Board
Peripheral Component Interconnect
Peripheral Component Interconnect express
People Can’t Memorize Computer Industry Acronyms
PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group
Random Access Memory
Return Merchandise Authorization
Restriction of (the use of certain) Hazardous Substances
Recommended Standard (serial interface)
Serial ATA
Subscriber Identity Module
System Management Bus
Serial Peripheral Interface
Solid-State Drive
Unified Extensible Firmware Interface
Universal Mobile Telecommunications System
Universal Serial Bus
Video Graphics Array (640 × 480)
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
Microsoft® Windows® Embedded Standard
Wireless Local Area Network
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7.2
References
Table 17:
No.
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Further Applicable Documents and Links
Name
(1) PICMG® COM0 COM Express™ Module Base Specification
(2)
PICMG® COM Express™ Carrier Design Guide (available for public download)
https://www.picmg.org/wp-content/uploads/PICMG_COMDG_2.0-RELEASED-2013-12-061.pdf
(3)
Intel® Download Center: Intel® Ethernet Controller i210 Series
https://downloadcenter.intel.com/product/64399/Intel-Ethernet-Controller-I210-Series
Rev. / Date
Company
Rev. 2.1 / May 14, 2014 PICMG®
Rev. 2.0 / Dec. 6, 2013 PICMG®
Intel®
TQ-Systems GmbH
Mühlstraße 2 l Gut Delling l 82229 Seefeld
info@tq-group.com l www.tq-group.com
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