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The software described herein, together with this document, are furnished under a license agreement and
may be used or copied only in accordance with the terms of that agreement.
ATTENTION:
All information in this manual and the product are subject to change without prior notice.
REVISION HISTORY:
MPCX48
Version
V0.1
V1.0
V1.0
V1.0
Bios
Version
V2.9
V2.9
V2.9
V2.9
Doc.
Version
V0.1
V1.0
V1.0A
V1.0B
Date/Vis:
V1.0
V2.9
V1.0C
01.2006 DAR
V1.0
V3.01
V1.0D
02.2006 DAR
V1.0
V1.0
V1.0
V1.0
V1.0
V1.0
V1.0
V3.03
V3.04
V3.04
V3.04
V3.05
V3.05
V3.05
V1.0E
V1.0F
V1.0G
V1.0H
V1.0I
V1.0J
V1.0K
03.2006 DAR
03.2006 DAR
06.2006 DAR
09.2006 DAR
11.2006 DAR
12.2006 DAR
02.2007 DAR
Modification:
Remarks, News, Attention:
Initial Version
Basic Version
Final Version
New bios setup pictures, Bios MPCX48 3.0,
ComSwitch
Digital I/O pinout, corrected, additional driver description added
Linux driver for COM-Switch and DIO, Bios V3.01 /
Links added
Bios V3.03
Sound driver, Bios 3.04
Chapter 3.8 /6 /7 supplemented
Chapter 2.8
Add chapter 2.7 and 2.8 to chapter2.7, Bios 3.05
Minor corrections
Minor corrections
07.2005 KUF
10.2005 KUF
10.2005 DAR
11.2005 DAR
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Read the safety regulation in chapter 3
before you start the system
ATTENTION
1. All information in this manual and the product are subject to change without prior notice.
2. Read this manual prior installation of the product.
3. Read the security information carefully prior installtion of the product.
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Table of Contents
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PREFACE ...........................................................................................................8
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
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How to use this Manual .......................................................................................................8
Trademarks ...........................................................................................................................8
Disclaimer .............................................................................................................................8
Who should use this Productinformation..........................................................................8
Recycling Information..........................................................................................................8
Limited Warranty ..................................................................................................................9
EC – Declaration of conformity.........................................................................................10
OVERVIEW.......................................................................................................11
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
Features of the MPCX48/A.................................................................................................11
Optional Features of the MPCX48/A.................................................................................11
Specifications .....................................................................................................................12
Operating temperature with different functions: ............................................................16
Thermoscan ........................................................................................................................17
Ordering Codes ..................................................................................................................18
Options for MPCX48/MPCX48A.........................................................................................19
2.7.1
Option Overview............................................................................................................19
2.7.2
Combination of Options.................................................................................................20
2.7.3
Customized Port3 connector definition ........................................................................21
2.8
Related Application Notes.................................................................................................22
2.9
Packing List ........................................................................................................................22
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SAFETY REGULATIONS .................................................................................23
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
3.11
3.12
3.13
3.14
3.15
3.16
3.17
3.18
3.19
3.20
3.21
3.22
3.23
3.24
3.25
3.26
3.27
3.28
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Safety: PowerOn indicator ...............................................................................................24
Safety: Coded and marked connectors ..........................................................................24
Safety: Protection of the supply input current...............................................................24
Safety: Wrong polarisation on the power input .............................................................24
Safety: Protection of the output currents .......................................................................24
Safety: Protection of overcurrent in the relay’s .............................................................24
Safety: Load Dump Protection in 12V/24V systems ......................................................24
Safety: Ground potential ..................................................................................................25
Safety: Power On/Off switch ............................................................................................25
Safety: Batteries inside the device ..................................................................................25
Safety: Mobile Antenna.....................................................................................................25
Safety: Station Antenna.....................................................................................................26
Safety: Protection from high voltages .............................................................................27
Safety: Protection of the smartcard for the GSM............................................................27
Safety: Protection against overtemperature ...................................................................28
Mechanical Safety: System mounting.............................................................................28
Mechanical Safety: Protection against broken glas .......................................................28
Environmental Safety: Protection against corrosion .....................................................28
Environmental Safety: At 25°C no hot surfaces...... ........................................................29
Environmental Safety: No release of toxic’s ..................................................................29
Environmental Safety: Laser devices ..............................................................................29
Environmental Safety: Noise emmission.........................................................................29
Environmental Safety: Hazardous atmospheres ............................................................29
Safety: Independent software ...........................................................................................30
Safety: Recycling the computersystem ...........................................................................30
Safety: Static Electricity ....................................................................................................30
Safety: Operators security ................................................................................................30
Recorded Data Safety: .......................................................................................................30
MPCX48 FUNCTIONS......................................................................................31
4.1
Operating Elements on the frontside ...............................................................................31
4.1.1
Connectors ....................................................................................................................31
4.1.2
Indicator LED’s ..............................................................................................................32
4.1.3
Operating Buttons .........................................................................................................33
4.1.4
Programmable function with the frontside buttons........................................................34
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4.2
Start Up Modes ...................................................................................................................35
4.2.1
Automotive-Mode (Remote ON/OFF with INGITION-Input...........................................35
4.2.2
Desktop-Mode ...............................................................................................................37
4.2.3
Wake From GSM Mode ................................................................................................37
4.3
Operating elements on the rearside:................................................................................38
4.3.1
Power Supply Connector ..............................................................................................39
4.3.2
PORT 1 Connector COM1/3 or CAN1*.........................................................................39
4.3.3
PORT 2 Connector COM2/4 or CAN2*.........................................................................39
4.3.4
PORT 3 Connector (LPT1, Option: Dig.I/O or COM3/4) ...............................................41
4.3.5
Connectorsignals: LVDS: ..............................................................................................43
4.3.6
Connectorsignals: DVI-D:..............................................................................................44
4.3.7
Connectorsignals: VGA-Analog: ...................................................................................44
4.3.8
Connectorsignals: USB .................................................................................................45
4.3.9
Connectorsignals: SVideo:...........................................................................................45
4.3.10 Connectorsignals: TV1/2 Input:.....................................................................................45
4.3.11 Connectorsignals: Sound: .............................................................................................45
4.3.12 Connectorsignals: LAN: ................................................................................................46
4.4
Power Supply......................................................................................................................47
4.5
DC-Powerinput Specifications ..........................................................................................47
4.5.1
Nominal DC-Powerinput voltage ...................................................................................47
4.5.2
DC-Powerinput voltage specification ............................................................................47
4.5.3
DC-Powercable Specifications.....................................................................................48
4.6
Storage devices (Optional)................................................................................................49
4.6.1
Harddisk 2.5” for MPCX48A (standard temp. range) ....................................................49
4.6.2
Harddisk 2.5” for Extended Temperature (MPCX48)....................................................49
4.6.3
MicroDrive and CompactFlash......................................................................................50
4.6.4
Solid State Flashdisk Drive ...........................................................................................50
4.7
Serial and Parallel Interfaces ............................................................................................51
4.7.1
Serial Interfaces ............................................................................................................51
4.7.2
Parallel Interface ...........................................................................................................52
4.8
Controllers ..........................................................................................................................53
4.8.1
INTEL Processor Pentium-M ........................................................................................53
4.9
INTEL 855GM: Grafic-Memory-Control Hub ....................................................................55
4.9.1
Processor Host Interface...............................................................................................55
4.9.2
Intel 855GM GMCH Internal Graphics ..........................................................................56
4.9.3
Hub Interface.................................................................................................................56
4.9.4
Address Decode Policies ..............................................................................................56
4.10
IO Control Hub Intel-ICH4 / ICH4M....................................................................................57
4.10.1 Addressing PCI Devices on the MPCX48:....................................................................59
4.10.2 Interrupt Controllers ......................................................................................................60
4.10.3 Device Manager / IRQ usage........................................................................................60
4.11
Display Properties ..............................................................................................................61
4.12
AC97 Sound ........................................................................................................................63
4.13
USB V2.0..............................................................................................................................64
4.14
LCD PanelLink (DVI)..........................................................................................................65
4.14.1 DVI-Integrated (DVI-D):.................................................................................................66
4.14.2 General Description: .....................................................................................................67
4.15
WLAN Option ......................................................................................................................68
4.15.1 WLAN MiniPCI Modul: ..................................................................................................68
4.16
GPS Receiver TU30-410-031 Option ..............................................................................69
4.17
Option GSM / GPRS ...........................................................................................................71
4.17.1 Changing of the SIM-Card ............................................................................................71
4.18
Option: External Active cooler..........................................................................................72
4.19
Option: External cooler from airconditioner ...................................................................72
4.20
Thermal Specifications ......................................................................................................73
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OPERATING SYSTEMS COMPATIBILITY ......................................................74
5.1
5.2
5.3
Microsoft Windows ............................................................................................................74
Microsoft Windows CE 4.2 / 5.0 ........................................................................................74
LINUX...................................................................................................................................74
5.3.1
What is ELinOS? ...........................................................................................................74
5.3.2
ELinOS v3.0 ..................................................................................................................74
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Realtime OS ........................................................................................................................74
DRIVER INSTALLATION .................................................................................76
6.1
Windows 2000 & XP ...........................................................................................................76
6.1.1
Chipset: .........................................................................................................................76
6.1.2
VGA / CRT ....................................................................................................................77
6.1.3
LAN / Ethernet...............................................................................................................77
6.1.4
Video Input BT878 ........................................................................................................78
6.1.5
AC97-SOUND ...............................................................................................................80
6.1.6
Int15 emulator ...............................................................................................................81
6.1.7
DIO (Digital I/O ..............................................................................................................81
6.1.8
Intel Wlan ProSet/Wireless ...........................................................................................82
6.2
LINUX...................................................................................................................................83
6.2.1
VGA Dualhead mode for CRT and DVI ........................................................................83
6.2.2
I/O kernel driver.............................................................................................................85
6.2.3
Linux SM855 Wachtdog support ...................................................................................86
6.2.4
Linux SM855 reading temperature................................................................................86
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SOFTWARE......................................................................................................87
7.1
Windows Int15 Tool............................................................................................................87
7.1.1
Int15 Windows Software ...............................................................................................87
7.2
COM Switch (GPS / GSM switch) ......................................................................................88
7.3
DIO (Digital I/O) ...................................................................................................................88
7.4
Ignition Shutdown Software..............................................................................................89
7.5
GSM / GPRS Tools .............................................................................................................90
7.5.1
Phone tool .....................................................................................................................90
7.5.2
Module Demo ................................................................................................................90
7.6
GPS Diagnostic Tool..........................................................................................................91
7.7
Video Framegrabber tools.................................................................................................92
7.7.1
AMCap 878A for WINDOWS ........................................................................................92
7.7.2
Video Framegrabber 878A for WINDOWS ...................................................................93
7.8
Identification Utility ............................................................................................................95
7.8.1
Processor Frequency Utility ..........................................................................................95
7.8.2
Frequency Display ........................................................................................................95
7.8.3
Chipset Identification Utility ...........................................................................................95
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BIOS .................................................................................................................96
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
8.8
8.9
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INTERFACES AND ADDRESSMAP ..............................................................117
9.1
9.2
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BIOS-History .......................................................................................................................96
PMPIC-BIOS-History ..........................................................................................................97
Activate the BIOS setup.....................................................................................................97
Phoenix BIOS function keys .............................................................................................97
Key <ESC> ..........................................................................................................................97
Key <F2>..............................................................................................................................97
Download CORE-BIOS.......................................................................................................98
Error Messages (Beep Codes) ..........................................................................................99
BIOS Settings....................................................................................................................100
8.9.1
Quick guide: ................................................................................................................100
8.9.2
Main.............................................................................................................................104
8.9.3
Advanced ....................................................................................................................105
8.9.4
Intel..............................................................................................................................110
8.9.5
Security .......................................................................................................................114
8.9.6
Power ..........................................................................................................................115
8.9.7
Boot .............................................................................................................................115
8.9.8
Exit ..............................................................................................................................116
Digital 3Bit Outputs (Relais Option) ..............................................................................117
Digital 3Bit Inputs (Option)............................................................................................118
9.2.1
Ignition Input sensitivity ..............................................................................................119
DIMENSIONS .................................................................................................120
10.1
10.2
Dimensions length ...........................................................................................................120
Dimensions top view........................................................................................................121
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10.4
10.5
10.6
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Dimensions mounting holes ...........................................................................................122
Dimensions front view .....................................................................................................122
Dimensions rear view ......................................................................................................122
Dimensions mounting nuts .............................................................................................123
Dimensions holder plate for nut .....................................................................................124
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Q&A – QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS: ..........................................................125
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INDEX .............................................................................................................127
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PREFACE
This manual is for integrators and programmers of systems based on the MPCX-Computer family. It contains
information on hardware requirements, interconnections, and details of how to program the system. The
specifications given in this manual were correct at the time of printing; advances mean that some may have
changed in the meantime.
1.1
How to use this Manual
This manual is written for the system integrator and the application programmer.
1.2
Trademarks
MICROSPACE, smartModule
DOS Vx.y, Windows
1.3
DIGITAL-LOGIC AG
Microsoft Inc.
Disclaimer
DIGITAL-LOGIC AG makes no representations or warranties with respect to the contents of this manual and
specifically disclaims any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose. DIGITALLOGIC AG shall under no circumstances be liable for incidental or consequential damages or related expenses resulting from the use of this product, even if it has been notified of the possibility of such damage.
DIGITAL-LOGIC AG reserves the right to revise this publication from time to time without obligation to notify
any person of such revisions
1.4
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Who should use this Productinformation
Electronic engineers or system engineers with know-how in PC-technology.
Without electronic know-how we expect you to have questions. This manual assumes, that you have a
general knowledge of PC-electronics.
Because of the complexity and the variability of PC-technology, we can’t give any warranty that the product will work in any particular situation or combination.
Pay attention to the electrostatic discharges. Use a CMOS protected workplace.
Power supply OFF when you are working on the board or connecting any cables or devices.
Read the safety regulation in chapter 3
1.5
Recycling Information
Hardware:
- Print:
epoxy with glass fiber
wires are of tin-plated copper
- Components:
ceramics and alloys of gold, silver
check your local electronic recycling
- Batteries:
NiMH-Batteriies and Lithium Batteries inside the Computer
- Housing:
Aluminium alloy
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Limited Warranty
DIGITAL-LOGIC AG warrants the hardware and software products it manufactures and produces to be free
from defects in materials and workmanship for one year following the date of shipment from DIGITAL-LOGIC
AG, Switzerland. This warranty is limited to the original purchaser of product and is not transferable.
During the one year warranty period, DIGITAL-LOGIC AG will repair or replace, at its discretion, any defective product or part at no additional charge, provided that the product is returned, shipping prepaid, to
DIGITAL-LOGIC AG. All replaced parts and products become property of DIGITAL-LOGIC AG.
Before returning any product for repair, customers are required to contact the company.
This limited warranty does not extend to any product which has been damaged as a result of accident, misuse, abuse (such as use of incorrect input voltages, wrong cabling, wrong polarity, improper or insufficient
ventilation, failure to follow the operating instructions that are provided by DIGITAL-LOGIC AG or other contingencies beyond the control of DIGITAL-LOGIC AG), wrong connection, wrong information or as a result of
service or modification by anyone other than DIGITAL-LOGIC AG. Neither, if the user has not enough
knowledge of these technologies or has not consulted the product manual or the technical support of
DIGITAL-LOGIC AG and therefore the product has been damaged.
Except, as expressly set forth above, no other warranties are expressed or implied, including, but not limited
to, any implied warranty of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, and DIGITAL-LOGIC AG expressly disclaims all warranties not stated herein. Under no circumstances will DIGITAL-LOGIC AG be liable
to the purchaser or any user for any damage, including any incidental or consequential damage, expenses,
lost profits, lost savings, or other damages arising out of the use or inability to use the product.
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1.7 EC – Declaration of conformity
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OVERVIEW
2.1
Features of the MPCX48/A
The MICROSPACE-PCX48 is a miniaturized PC system incorporating the major elements of a PC/AT compatible computer. It includes standard PC/AT compatible elements, such as:
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PENTIUM-M CPU
0k or 512k-Cache
SDRAM Memory 256 - 1024Mbyte (DDR-DIMM200)
Digital I/O and Analog Inputs
Videocontroller XVGA with up to 64Mbyte Videomemory (DVI, LVDS, Analog)
USB2 controller 6 channels
LAN 100/10Base-T controller
Compact Flash Drive
Monitoring of all supplies
Watchdog functions
2.2
Optional Features of the MPCX48/A
The MICROSPACE-PCX48 has a set of option, they must be ordered for assembly:
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CD/DVD-Drive
Harddisk: 20GB up to 80GB
GSM MC55 GPRS modem/phone (uses COM2 / no voice transmission)
GPS receiver (uses COM1)
Wireless-LAN (WLAN)
Preheating for negative temperatures with harddisks or CD/DVD
PC/104plus Expansionbus (1 Slot)
3x relay Output with 60V/2A and 3x Optoisolated Input up to 30V
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Specifications
CPU:
CPU Module
Compatibility:
1. Level Cache:
2. Level Cache:
Physical Addressing:
FSB:
Math. Coprocessor:
Clock Rates:
Main Memory:
SmartModule-C100 (Intel Celeron-M-100)
Upgrade to SmartModule-C373
Pentium
16k data and 16k code
0kByte ( upgrade to 512kByte with Celeron-M-C373)
35 lines
400MHz
Integrated
600MHz Celeron-M-100
1000MHz Celeron-M-373
256 Mbyte, (expandable up to 1Gbyte) DDRDIMM200pin
Power Management:
Available
ACPI functions
Chipsets:
MPCX48:
LAN:
Audio:
Video:
WLAN-Option:
DVI:
INTEL 855GME
INTEL 82C551ER (ICH4 integrated)
ICH4, AC97, 6ch.-Audio
855GME with max.64Mb shared Video RAM
MiniPCI Intel Pro 2200BG
Chrontel 7010 DVI Controller
Powersupply:
Supply Input:
Automotive-Mode:
Nom. 12VDC , effective 13.8V (12-14V)
Nom. 24VDC , effective 27.6V (24V-28V)
Desktop-Mode:
Nom. 18VDC (recommended range 12V to 24V),
Protection:
Protection:
Specification:
Supply Output:
Minimum = 8Volt (max. duration = 30sec)
Overvoltage* = 28 to 60VDC ,
limiter activated at 31VDC (+/-1.0V) Inverse polarity protected
EMI filtered
Load dump resistant, wrong polarity resistent
DVI:
LVDS Backlight:
LVDS Digital:
USB:
5VDC, 0.1Amp.
DC-in, 0.5Amp
5VDC, 0.5Amp
4 x 5VDC, 0.5Amp
12
0.1Amp. Overcurrent prot.
0.5Amp fuse protected
0.5Amp fuse protected
0.75Amp fuse protected
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Power Consumption:
At nom. 12V
At nom. 24V
Typical 3.0 Amp., at standard operation, without peripherals
Typical 1.5 Amp., at standard operation, without peripherals
Standby
Poweroff
Typical 100mA at 12Volt
Typical <5mA at 12Volt (without the option wake on LAN)
Option Harddisk Preheat:
Power:
Preheating start:
Preheating time:
At 12V DC-Supply: 12watts
At 24V DC-Supply: 24watts
Below –20°C ambient temperatur
tbd
Physical Characteristics:
Dimensions:
Weight:
Mech.Tolerances
Length:
190 mm without Cover
Length:
200 mm with Cover
Depth:
160 mm
Height:
66 mm
2.8kg
Following ISO DIN 2768-m
ISO DIN 2768-L
ISO DIM 2768-Part-6
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Massstorage: (OPTIONS)
Std.Harddisk
Amb.Temp.range:
40GB / 80GB (MPCX48)
600MHz-CPU: 0°C to +50°C
1.0GHz-CPU: 0°C to +45°C
Ext.Temp.Harddisk
Amb.Temp.range:
20GB / 40GB (MPCX48A)
600MHz-CPU: -20°C to +60°C, with p reheating option starting –40°C
1.0GHz-CPU: -20°C to +60°C, with preheating opti on starting –40°C
Optional
600MHz-CPU: 0°C to +50°C
1.0GHz-CPU: 0°C to +40°C
CD / DVD
CD / DVD
Amb.Temp.range
Std.-Compactflash:
Ext.-Compactflash
(E48):
Capacity: 16MB up to 4Gbyte (and more)
0°C to +50°C,
Capacity: 16MB up to 4Gbyte (and more)
-40°C up to +70°C
Operating Environment:
Relative Humidity:
5: 90% non condensing
C: IEC68-2-30 at -20° to +50°C operating
M: MIL-STD-810E meth. 501.3, 502.3 at –20° to +50 °C operating
Vibration operating:
C: IEC68-2-6 10-50Hz, 0.075mm and 55-500Hz, 1.0G
M: MIL-STD-810E meth 506.3, 510.3 procedure-III
10-50Hz, 0.075mm and 55-500Hz, 1.0G
C: IEC68-2-6 10-50Hz, 0.15mm and 55-500Hz, 2.0G
M: MIL-STD-810E meth 506.3, 510.3 procedure-III
10-50Hz, 0.15mm and 55-500Hz, 2.0G
C: IEC68-2-27 15G, 11ms ½ sine
M: MIL-STD-810E meth 516.4
15G, 11ms, ½ sine
C: IEC68-2-27 50G, 11ms, ½ sine
M: MIL-STD-810E meth 516.4
50G, 11ms, ½ sine
C: IEC68-2-13 4571meter operating
M: MIL-STD-810E meth 506.3, 510.3 procedure-III (Drip)
C: IEC68-2-1,2,14: -20°C to +50°C*
M: MIL-STD-810E meth. 501.3, 502.3: -20°C to +50°C
C: IEC68-2-1,2,14: -40°C to +85°C
M: MIL-STD-810E meth. 501.3, 502.3: -40°C to +85°C
Vibration nonoperating:
Shock operating:
Shock nonoperating:
Altitude
Temperature operating
1)
Temperature storage
1)
* depending from the peripherals and the harddisk/CD are installed, see table below.
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EMI / EMC (IEC1131-2 refer MIL 461/462):
ESD Electro Static Discharge:
REF Radiated Electromagnetic Field:
EFT Electric Fast Transient (Burst):
SIR Surge Immunity Requirements:
High-frequency radiation:
Complies:
IEC 801-2, EN55101-2, VDE 0843/0847 Part 2
Metallic protection needed
Separate Ground Layer included
15 kV single peak
IEC 801-3, VDE 0843 Part 3, IEC770 6.2.9.
not tested
IEC 801-4, EN50082-1, VDE 0843 Part 4
250V - 4kV, 50 ohms, Ts=5ns
Grade 2: 1KV Supply, 500 I/O, 5Khz
IEC 801-5, IEEE587, VDE 0843 Part 5
Supply:
2 kV, 6 pulse/minute
I/O:
500 V, 2 pulse/minute
FD, CRT:
none
EN55022
MIL-STD-461D, CE & FCC Class B
EMI / EMC (IEC1131-2 refer MIL 461/462):
ESD Electro Static Discharge:
IEC 801-2, EN55101-2, VDE 0843/0847 Part 2
Metallic protection needed
Separate Ground Layer included
15 kV single peak
Security:
Car / trucks:
UL
ETL
SEV
Safety
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Operating temperature with different functions:
CPU/Peripheral:
Option:
600MHz CPU – C100
CompactFlash E48
Solid State Drive 2.5” E48
MicroDrive IBM std.
Harddisk 2.5” -E28.
Harddisk 2.5” -E28.
Preheating
DVD/CD
Harddisk 2.5”
temp range
standad
1000MHz CPU – C373
CompactFlash E48
Solid State Drive 2.5” E48
MicroDrive IBM std.
Harddisk 2.5” 20GB-E28.
Harddisk 2.5” 20GB-E28. Preheating
DVD/CD
Harddisk 2.5”
temp range
standad
Minimum
Temp.:
Maximum
Temp.
-40°C
-40°C
-20°C
-20°C
-40°C
0°C
+70°C
+70°C
+50°C
+60°C
+60°C
+40°C
+5
+40°C
-40°C
-40°C
-20°C
-20°C
-40°C
0°C
+60°C
+60°C
+50°C
+60°C
+60°C
+40°C
+5
+40°C
Remarks
Not avilable in the
MPCX48A
Not avilable in the
MPCX48
Not avilable in the
MPCX48A
Not avilable in the
MPCX48
With the optionally available harddisk-drive for extended temperatures
model: HTA422020F9ATJ0 Travelstar A4K20-20 refer to the description in chapter 4.6
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2.5 Thermoscan
Will follow in a later version of this manual
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Ordering Codes
MPCX-48:
MicroSpace PC with CPU Celeron-M-100, 2x COM, 1x
LPT, 6x USB, MiniPCI socket, PC/104-socket,
256MB-SDRAM, CompactFlash
814300
CPU upgrade:
SM855-C373
Upgrade to SM855 C373 (1GHz), 512kB Cache
814305
Memory upgrade:
Upgrade 512MB
Upgrade 1GB
Upgrade from 256MB to 512MByte DDR-RAM
Upgrade from 256MB to 1Gbyte DDR-RAM
807361
807362
Harddisk upgrade:
40GB Standard
20GB Extended
Preheat-Option
Harddisk 0° to +50°C operating temperatur
Harddisk with –20 to +70°C operating temperature
Harddisk Preheat for –40°C operating
Options:
Plastic-Cover
Dust protection for the frontelements
814325
GPS-Receiver
Navigation
814335
GSM – GPRS
GSM – EDGE
WakeFromGSM
With MC55 Siemens Modul, VCC4, NF
With MC75 Siemens Modul, VCC4, NF
WakeFrom GSM Option
814340
814341
814242
WLAN-Modul
MiniPCI Intel Pro BG2200
814330
Digital I/O
Can (2x)
Canpiggy 251 opto
2x CAN & 2xCOM
COM 3 and COM 4
3x Relais Output, 3x Optoinput
CAN Interface
CAN Module
CAN and COM Interface
Dual COM Interface
814320
814371
814272
814370
814375
USB Boot Device
Bootable USB Stick (DOS & LINUX)
814350
Power supply for MPCX47/48
with the ignition signal enabled
(the 812141 supply will no longer be used)
814380
814310
81 4311
814345
Cables/Adapters:
AC Adapter 110/220V
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2.7 Options for MPCX48/MPCX48A
2.7.1 Option Overview
The MICROSPACE-MPCX48/A has different assembly options.
Ask the factory for the detailed information about the current available options and combination of
options.
There are soldering and assembly options available:
Option
Soldering
Assembly
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GSM Module MC45
GSM Module MC75
GPS
Harddisk
Harddisk preheating
Solder option
Digital Input
Digital Output
Solder option
Solder option
Different capacity
No LPT1 available
No LPT1 available
WLAN-Option
MSMC104+
MSMCA104+
MSMCX104+
Modular option
Coax connector configured
Antennacable
- Uses COM2
Modular option
Coax connector configured antenna cable
Uses USB port
Modular option
Coax connector configured
Antennacable
Uses COM1
MiniPCI Module
Solder option
Solder option
Solder option
Vevtor CAN
Peak CAN
COM3 / COM4
All Serialconnectors (COM1 and COM2), they are not longer available while an option is installed, are disabled with a special cover. The cover prevents to connect a disabled interface.
This expansion board may be integrated to expans the functionality of the MPCX48. This integration is
initialized with a customized partnumber for the MPCX48, to include all documents for the production and the
testplans.
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Combination of Options
Since the different options may influence each other, this chapter defines the exact combination of the standard options. If an option is not available from standard, then the MPCX48 must be customized. The customisation process needs a unique product number for the MPCX48 with extra costs for initialisation and
documentation of this custom product number.
2.7.2.1 Combination of Options for MPCX48
The following table shows all possible combinations of options for a standard MPCX48 and the use of the
affected connectors. Options which are not listed in the table (eg. WLAN) are independent and can always
be assembled.
Concerned connectors: Port1-3, USB Port 4 / Concerned signals: COM1-4, CAN 1/2, LPT, Dig. out, USB 4
2xCAN (Vector or Peak)
2xCAN, 2xCOM
COM 3/4
GPS (uses COM1)
GSM-GPRS (uses COM2)
GSM-EDGE (uses USB Port 4)
3x Digital Out
814371 or
814369
814370
814375
814335
814343
814341
814320
Port 1 normally used for COM1
Port 2 normally used for COM2
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
-
x
x
-
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
-
op
op
op
op
x
x
x
x
x
op
op
op
x
x
op
op
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
-
op
op
op
op
op
op
op
op
op
-
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
COM1*
COM1*
COM1*
COM1*
COM1
COM1
COM3
COM1*
COM3
COM3
COM3
CAN1
CAN1
CAN1
CAN1
CAN1
CAN1
CAN1
CAN1
COM1*
COM1*
COM2
COM2
COM2*
COM2*
COM2
COM2*
COM4
COM2
COM4
COM4
COM4
CAN2
CAN2
CAN2
CAN2
CAN2
CAN2
CAN2
CAN2
COM2
COM2
x
op
*
Port 3 normally used for LPT
CD/DVD
Wiring
814315 or
814316
Options
LPT
Dig. out
LPT
Dig. out
COM3&4
COM3&4
Dig. out
COM3&4
Dig. out
LPT
Dig. out
COM 3&4
COM 3&4
Dig. Out
Dig. Out
COM1&2
COM1&2*
COM1*&2
LPT
LPT
Dig. out
assembled
not assembled
optionally assembled (possible to assemble this option without influence of the wiring)
switched COM1 is switched to GPS or external connector by software
COM2 is switched to GSM-EDGE or external connector by software.
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2.7.2.2 Combination of Options for MPCX48A
A harddisk is always assemled in the MPCX48A. All PC104 / PC104+ boards (CAN, COM3&4), optical
drives and HD preheating are not available. For options GPS, GSM-GPRS, GSM-EDGE, 3x Digital Out see
table below. All other options (eg. WLAN) are independent and can always be assembled.
GSM-GPRS (uses COM2)
GSM-EDGE (uses USB Port 4)
3x Digital Out
814343
814341
814320
Port 1 normally used for COM1
Port 2 normally used for COM2
op
op
op
op
x
x
op
op
-
x
x
COM1*
COM1*
COM1*
COM1*
COM2
COM2
COM2*
COM2*
x
op
*
Port 3 normally used for LPT
GPS (uses COM1)
wiring
814335
options
LPT
Dig. out
LPT
Dig. out
assembled
not assembled
optionally assembled (possible to assemble this option without influence of the wiring)
switched COM1 is switched to GPS or external connector by software
COM2 is switched to GSM-EDGE or external connector by software.
2.7.3
Customized Port3 connector definition
For customized use of the PORT3, the 25pin or 37pin HiDens connector must be used in first priority.
The customization process includes the following steps:
-
Definition of the functionality and evaluation of a Digital-Logic PC/104plus expansion board
to fullfill the customers demand.
-
Open a new Custom-MPCX48 partnumber, charging the customer for the initialization costs.
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Definition of the pinout of the 25/37pin connector, finalize the documentation
1. Priority: Customization of the Port 3
2. Priority: Customization of the Port 1 and Port 2
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1 MPCX48 sample to send to the customer for validation and send back to Digital-Logic as a production
sample (with a written approval from the customer) for the production start and the sample archive.
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Related Application Notes
Description
Application Notes are availble at http://www.digitallogic.com ->support, or on any Application CD from
DIGITAL-LOGIC.
2.9 Packing List
Check the packing list after opening the box:
- MICROSPACE-PCX48
- Users Manual
- CD with drivers and documentations
A picture of the contents will follows in the next revision of this manual.
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SAFETY REGULATIONS
The verification of the safety is followed to the guideline adapted from the US Army Communication and
Electronics Command Supplement (119 version) 1 to AR385-16.
This sign indicates an important information.
This sign indicates an information that may injure the health.
This sign indicates an information that may destroy the device.
This sign indicates voltages above 28Volts.
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Safety: PowerOn indicator
The green Power indicator is located in the front of the computersystem [MIL-STD-1472D].
3.2
Safety: Coded and marked connectors
All connectors (plugs and receptacles) are coded and marked to prevent insertion of the wrong plug into a
receptacle or other mating unit [MIL-STD-1472D]. Depending of the mounted replicator unit, the connectors
are PC-Style, DSUB or MIL versions.
The male connectors are deenergized when disconnected [MIL-STD-454M].
3.3
Safety: Protection of the supply input current
The computersystem protects the internal supply from overcurrent by an internal fuse of 6.3amp.
In case of an overcurrent the fuse opens the main circuit and interrupts the fault current [MILSTD-454M]
3.4
Safety: Wrong polarisation on the power input
The supply input is protected against wrong polarisation of the supply input with a seriediode. The
diode withstands up to a voltage of 28Volts.
3.5
Safety: Protection of the output currents
The computer system limits the current of all peripheral supply outputs with fuses or with electronic currentlimiters. The following table shows the maximum available currents at each peripheral connector:
USB:
KB/MS:
VGA:
Firewire
3.6
Nominal max. current:
0.5 Amp. @ 5V
0.1 Amp. @ 5V
0.1 Amp. @ 5V
1.0 Amp. @ 12V
Max.Current
1 Amp. with resistor limiter
0.2 Amp. with polyfuse
0.2 Amp. with polyfuse
2 Amp. with electronic limiter
Safety: Protection of overcurrent in the relay’s
The computersystem can control 3 actors with the integrated relays. The current must be limited with an external currentlimiter, like a fuse. Place in each relays circuit a separate cablefuse of 2amp. to prevent the
relays of overcurrent.
3.7
Safety: Load Dump Protection in 12V/24V systems
Currently there are two types of TVS devices integrated in the computersystem for the 12/24V automotive systems to protect against load dump:
silicon-based single-junction Zener diodes and zinc-oxide-based metal
oxide varistors (MOV). Even though Zener diodes and MOVs operate on
different physical mechanisms, they both offer a typical 28V clamp voltage for the 12/24V systems.
Input Varistor: B72220S300K (Infineon) Vbreak=30V
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Safety: Ground potential
All interface connectors are permanently in contact to the ground (earth).
The computersystem must be wired to a ground system with a ground
wire (colors green with yellow strips). [NFPA 7087].
The ground must have the capacity to safely conduct any current that
might be imposed theron. The ground is wired separate from the electrical
ground.
The leakage current is: 5 uA at 28 V
The ground cable must be connected separatated to the chassis (case) by a slot nut.
3.9
Safety: Power On/Off switch
The power on/off switch does not cut all power of the complete equipmement. In the OFF-state is a microcontoller still working, to supervise the wakeup events (switch, remote-on, wake-on-LAN, wake-on-events)
[MIL STD 454M]
The power switch is clearly identified and located on the front panel [MIL-STD-545M]
The power switch is protected from accidental contact, which causes a power on/off. The power switch must
be activated over a defined periode 1-3sec.
When the system is opened, the replicator unit must be removed and in this way no external power supply is
available. Take care, that the internally installed batteries are even connected to the system.
3.10
Safety: Batteries inside the device
The system has two (RTC and GPS) integrated backup lithium batteries. Optional available is
an internal primary NiMH-Battery. The energy of the primary battery is very high and the
currents may destroy the system in case of accident. The primary battery system is overcurrent,
overcharing, undercharging and temperatur protected. The batteries compartments are not
vented. The system enclosure prevents the operator from an exploding battery cell.
3.11
Safety: Mobile Antenna
RF Safe Approved Cell Phone Antennas when used in a car or truck, the
roof acts as a ground plane for the antenna. To get the most from your
antenna it should be centered on the roof without obstructions.
Once the antenna is centered on the ground plane (Roof of vehicle)
guide the rf cable inside the car by opening the door and choosing a path
to where you will be placing your cell phone. Suggestions are running the antennas wire above the sun vision and across the rear view mirror, down the center of the dash to a phone holder or on the seat at arms
reach! This antenna can be changed to another car in less than a minute or even taken into the office or
home for added performance and safety!
A Ground Plane Is Needed!
Most ALL external mounted antennas for cell phones are made to be used on a flat metal surface which provides a ground plane for the antenna. If you plan to use your antenna away from your car, the antenna
should be mounted on a flat metal surface such as a filing cabinet, or a metal sheet about 8"x8" to 12"x12"
for maximum performance.
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By using a "Hardwire Car Antenna Kit, you move the RF radiation outside the car and away from you.
Please note that glass mounted antenna kits cannot protect you from the radiation because the RF radiation can come through the window glass.
Diagram demonstrates RF radiation inside your By using an external mounted antenna, you place
car. The radiation cannot escape and is trapped the RF radiation outside the car and away from you
and your family. (w/RF Disabling Switch)
inside the car with you.
Because most vehicles have metal roofs and largely come with factory tinted glass, your vehicle can act
as a farady cage and concentrating reflector, amplifying RF density like a microwave oven.
You must use an RF Safe approved antenna kit or car kit to wave guide (transport) the RF Radiation
outside the vehicle to prevent amplification of the microwave effect.
3.12
Safety: Station Antenna
The following general recommendations are made to
insure your safety during the installation of an outdoor
antenna. The following material should be considered as a
supplement to the specific directions supplied by the
manufacturer of the antenna.
•
•
•
•
•
•
If you are installing or dismantling your antenna for the first time, seek professional assistance. If you
are unsure of your competency regarding the installation, it is best to seek the help of a qualified professional antenna or tower installer.
Read the manufacturer's directions and this advisory in full before proceeding.
The installation or dismantling of any antenna near power lines is dangerous. Each year hundreds of
people are killed or injured while attempting to install or dismantle an antenna. In many cases, the victim was well aware of the dangers, but did not take adequate steps to avoid the hazards. For your
safety and proper antenna installation, read and follow all safety precautions.
Choose an installation site for safety as well as performance.
All electric power lines, cable lines and telephone lines look alike. To be safe, assume ANY
overhead line can kill you.
Do not place an antenna where it could potentially fall on to, or blow into a power line. To determine
the SAFE DISTANCE follow these steps:
(A). Determine the proposed height of your antenna.
(B). Add the antenna length and the length of your tower mast.
(C). Double the figure.
Your answer will be the minimum safe distance from the nearest power line that you should install
your antenna.
Call the Power Company. Let them review your site. This might seem like an inconvenience, but a few
hours with the Electric Company may help avoid a fatal accident. Play it safe. Never dig without contacting the utility companies.
Never use a utility pole as a support for an antenna or guy wire. Never climb a utility pole.
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Outdoor antennas should be grounded with an approved lighting arresting device. Local codes may
apply. The radio should also be grounded to an earth ground to help protect both the radio and its
user. Do not use hot water pipes or gas lines as a ground source.
Height or other restrictions on antennas may apply to your installation depending on your proximity to
an airport, or local ordinances.
Take the time to plan your installation procedure. Each person should have assigned tasks. A foreman or "boss" should be chosen to call out instructions and watch for signs of trouble.
Dress properly with rubber soled shoes, rubber gloves, and long sleeve shirt. Use an approved safety
belt.
Do NOT work on a wet, snowy or windy day or if a thunderstorm is approaching.
Do NOT use a metal ladder.
If the assembly starts to drop . . . get away from it and let it fall. Remember that the antenna mast,
cable, and guy wires are all excellent conductors of electrical current.
If any part of the antenna should come in contact with a power line . . . DON'T TOUCH IT OR TRY TO
REMOVE IT YOURSELF. Call your local power company immediately. They will remove it.
Should an electrical accident occur . . . DON'T TOUCH THE PERSON IN CONTACT WITH THE
POWER LINE, or you too can become electrocuted. Instead, use a DRY board, stick, or rope to push
or pull the victim away from the power lines and antenna. Once clear, check the victim. If he has
stopped breathing, immediately administer cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and stay with it. Have
someone else call for medical help.
Remember that guyed towers are NOT self-supporting at any height. If your antenna installation includes towering, read the additional advisory on towers.
Install wire antennas high enough that they will not be "walked into" by people.
Do not install wire antennas over or under utility lines.
3.13
Safety: Protection from high voltages
The computer system must be connected to earth, with a
separat earth cable from the case to an earthpoint. The high
voltage (more than 10kV) may be overcome from the antennas
(bad weather), standing outsinde of the operators room or
vehicle. Be sure, that the earth is connected to the vehicle
ground or the the earth of the environment.
The antenna must have an adequacy lightning protection (NFPA 7087). If antenna acts as an aerial terminal, conductivity must equal or better that of #8 AWG solid copper. The joints must be mechanically strong &
corrosion resistant. The resistance of the antenna joints must be less than 0.002Ohms.
The supply input is protected against overvoltage by fast transient suppressor diodes SMBJ28A.
Specifications:
Peak Pulse Power Dissipation on 10/1000us waveform
Breakdown voltage:
31.1 to 34.4 volts
Revers stand-off voltage:
28 volts
Peak pulse current:
45 amp
Non repetitive surge current:
100 amp
Fast response time:
<1.0 picosec.
3.14
600 Watts
Safety: Protection of the smartcard for the GSM
The computer system can be ordered with an internal GSM/GPRS handy. In this case the SIMCard must be placed into the smartCard holder for the GSM SIM-card. The computer system
must be switched off, before changeing or inserting the GSM SIM-card.
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Safety: Protection against overtemperature
The computer system integrates temperature sensitive components like:
-
Harddisk (max. 55°C)
GSM/GPRS Handy (max. 60°C)
GPS Receiver (max. 60°C)
The CPU with a max. junction temperature of 105°C
In the BIOS, the temperatur level of the thermal protection of the CPU may be selected and enabled. If enabaled, the systems will reduce the CPU-Clock automatically, if the temperature rises above the defined limit.
Do not cover the device with paper, textiles or other objects. This disables the passive cooling (cooling rips).
The minimum space between the cooling rips and the next object is 50mm on each side. Make sure to allow
enough airflow to the computersystem, when the device is assembled.
Protect the computersystem from solar radiation or other thermal energy exposure.
Do never place the running computer system in a closed case or box. Otherwise the inside air will heat up
over the maximum temperature and the system will be destroied.
Clean the surface of the computer system from dust, oil and other isolating materials, to prevent a reduction
of the cooling efficiency.
3.16
Mechanical Safety: System mounting
The computer system must be fixed with a minimum of 8 screws within the 2
or 4 nuts. It is very dangerous to place the device on the seat of a car, while
driving. In case of an accident, the device will hit the window or a passenger.
Do never drill some mounting holes into the chassis of the computersystem.
The inside electronics or harddisk may be damaged. Use only the mounting
nuts for mechanic assemlby.
The computer system can be installed in standard direction (mounting bolts on bottom side). The maximum
tilt angle is 0° ( -/+10°). Use shock absorber fo r mounting the computer system into a vehicle.
3.17
Mechanical Safety: Protection against broken glas
The cover of the computer system integrates a transparent glas.
To ensure your safety, there is thermally pre-stressed, non-shatterable
glass for pressurized applications assembled, for special mechanical loads.
If the glas should break, only the cover must be replaced. Do not repair the
glas with a normal “window” glas.
Do not open a harddisk, since the disk platter is a glass media and may broken.
3.18
Environmental Safety: Protection against corrosion
The computer system case is of anodized aluminium alloy. All screws and mechanical
elements are in stainless material (V2A chrom nickel steel).
The anodized aluminium case is not protected against longterm salt water exposure.
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Environmental Safety: At 25°C no hot surfaces
The computer system running at +25°C ambient temper ature shows no surfaces or other
operating elements with temperatures above +60°C [ MIL-STD-454M].
3.20
Environmental Safety: No release of toxic’s
As long as the computer system is used in the specified operating temperature range, no toxic,
corrosive, or explosive fumes or vapors are exposed. [MIL-STD-454M].
3.21
Environmental Safety: Laser devices
The optionally available CD/DVD-Drive includes a laser class 1 device.
In this case, a warning label sticks on the rearside of the computer system.
3.22
Environmental Safety: Noise emmission
This computer system is a low noise system. The level is less than 35 dbA.
3.23
Environmental Safety: Hazardous atmospheres
The computer system must not be used in a hazardous atmosphere,
because the system is not prevented from accidental ignition. Do never use
the system in explosive gas or vapor, combustible dusts or ignitable fibers
and flyings.
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Safety: Independent software
The computer system is divided into 3 different parts of software, running each on an own
microcontroller or CPU. All 3 systems are communicating over the SM-Bus (system
management bus).
1. Power management CPU and software: Always running, even the system is powered off
2. Pentium-CPU main processor controlled from the power management CPU
3.25
Safety: Recycling the computersystem
Disposal:
Never dispose of old batteries or the hole computer system
as domestic waste. Return it to the manufacturer.
3.26
Safety: Static Electricity
Excessive static electricity can damage components. Before you handle the chassis or its
components, use the grounding wrist strap provided with the system to discharge static
electricity. Instructions for using the wrist strap are printed on the strap’s envelope.
Handle the components by the handles or front panel to help prevent accidental damage
caused by static discharge.
3.27
Safety: Operators security
It is important to protect yourself and your equipment before you perform any of the
procedures outlined in this manual. When making changes to the configuration, power off
the system and disconnect all power cords from their source.
To avoid damage or injury, always power off the system and disconnect all power cords
from their source before handling the equipment. To help prevent accidental damage caused by static discharge, use a grounding wrist strap or other static-dissipating device when handling the equipment.
Only qualified, experienced electronics service personnel should access and handle the equipment.
3.28
Recorded Data Safety:
Recorded data on the disk may be lost due to accidents such as disasters,
shock damadge during operations, drive failure and overtemperature. Data
may be lost due to unexpected or accidental power loss during write
operation. The data may be lost due overvoltages or spikes over the
specified limits of the internal protection circuits.
The manufacturer does not perform data recovery !
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MPCX48 FUNCTIONS
4.1
Operating Elements on the frontside
4.1.1
Connectors
(1) 2x USB Slots *
(2) Compact Flash socket
(3) SIM Card slot
1
3
1
2
* Digital-Logic recommend to use the following USB flash drive:
4.1.1.1 SanDisk Cruzer Micro:
•
Available in 4 capacities: 256MB, 512MB, 1GB and 2GB
•
Dimensions: 7.9mm x 18.95mm x 52.2mm (H x W x L)
•
Stylish, metal casing with changeable colored skins and caps
•
Brilliant blue LED
•
Includes CruzerLock 2 for data security, and trial versions of PocketCache (back-up) and CruzerSync (Outlook synchronization) software
•
Hi-Speed USB 2.0 certified (backwards compatible with all USB 1.1 ports)
•
Compatible with Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, XP and Mac OS 9.1.x+, OS X v10.1.2+
•
Certified Windows XP
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Indicator LED’s
Nr. Indicator (LED)
1
Power
2
Standby
3
4
5
6
7
8
Secondary IDE LED
Primary IDE LED
LAN activity
LAN link
HEAT
GSM
power off: LED is off
power on: LED is on
power off: LED is blinking
power on: LED is on
blinking = activity
blinking = activity
blinking = activity
if link is available the LED is on
If the system heating the LED is on
blinking if transmission of GSM input
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Operating Buttons
Function of the button in the:
ON State:
OFF state:
Button:
Main
1
OFF switch
-
( press this button for more than 4 seconds to switch off the device)
(press this button for 2 seconds to power on
the device)
2
Sleep
ACPI Function (under Windows eg.
3
PRG
No function
Hypernate, sleep, power off …)
ON switch
LED:
Power
*
3
2
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4.2 Start Up Modes
4.2.1 Automotive-Mode (Remote ON/OFF with INGITION-Input
In the “Automotive” mode (J2 jumper is closed, since the MPCX48 version V1.1 the DIP switch must
be on the right position):
The default start-up mode (factory setting) of the MPCX48 is the “Automotive-Mode”, means that you
can start-up the system only by an IGNITION signal (a voltage between 8V and 28V to the pin 2 of the
power connector additional to the main VCC)
You can not start the MPCX48 with the “Main” button !
Automotive-Mode:
“Power on” is only possible if the IGNITION signal (8V-28V) is available on the Power connector pin 2.
All buttons on the front are disabled!
“Power off” the system is possible if the IGNITION signal will be 0V or depending the configuration of the
“Main” button or the “Sleep” button (configuration depending the operating system).
4.2.1.1 Timing diagram of the Ignition ON/OFF system control:
Event 1
Timer 1
Event 2
Timer 2
8V – 28V
Ignition Input
GND
ON
ACPI core installed* system
Off
ON
no ACPI core installed* system
Off
* A system which have a ACPI core installed (for example a standard Windows XP)
Timer 1: This timer waits for 5 minutes until the next event
Timer 2: This timer waits for 20 minutes until the next event
Event 1: At this event, the PC will send the POWERBTN signal. The event depends
on the setting in the power management of the installed OS.
Event 2: At this event, the PC will turn off the input power so the PC will turn off itself.
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Typically the board can start only from IGNITION signal, because startup PIC controller is disconnected from
the power source.
The board can be switched off from:
a. Main Button
b. ACPI OS shutdown
c. Power Button – generate ACPI event (OS dependent).
d. Z IGNITION OFF signal.
Startup/shutdown conditions from the IGNITION signal:
-
J2 must be closed or the DIP swith is on the right position (set to logical “0”).
IGNITION startup signal must be valid during 5 sec. (anti noise protection).
IGNITION shutdown – IGNITION signal must be inactive during 5 minutes (RED light pause), then PIC controller initiate Power Button signal (OS must be set to shutdown from the Power Button).
If S4(S5) signal is coming during the next 20 minutes, PIC initiate self shutdown procedure over complete
power off mechanism, else (after 20 min.) it generate Main Button shutdown event and then goes to complete power off.
AT initialization sequence:
ATZ
ATE0
AT+CGMI
AT+CGMM
AT+CGMR
AT+CMEE=?
AT+CMEE=2
AT+CPIN?....AT+CPIN=2538
AT+CSCA
AT+CMGF=1
AT+CNMI=2,1,0,0,1
AT+COPS?
Startup conditions with/without option preheating board Rev 1.0
(dependence on J4 (PIC_RD2) jumper and temperature).
Current T°
T° >= 20°C
T° < -21°C
T° ∞
Jumper
J4
Open
Open
Close
Preheating with
startup request
OFF
ON
OFF
Note: Having startup request (from the MAIN button, GSM SMS or IGNITION signal) system will start
only when the temperature is valid. Else PIC controller switch on preheating and wait for a valid temperature.
Note: If temperature sensor is inaccessible, PIC LED is flashing very fast and prevent any other startup operations.
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4.2.2 Desktop-Mode
Desktop” mode (J2 jumper is opened since the MPCX48 version V1.1 the DIP switch must be on the
left position), when the board can start from the next sources:
a. Main Button
b. GSM SMS message.
In this mode startup PIC controller is always running and, if GSM module is installed and initialized, PIC
is waiting for incoming wakeup GSM message.
The board can be switched off from:
a. Main Button
b. ACPI OS shutdown – processor is going to S4 or S5 state.
c. Power Button – generate ACPI event (OS dependent).
4.2.3 Wake From GSM Mode
The option GSM and WFG must be assembled.
GSM SMS message startup.
How it works:
-
SIM card PIN code must be set to “2538” or fully unprotected,
SMS message must contain “99999”, card must have clean SMS message story (or min place for 1 SMS
message).
GSM module is initialized at PIC powerup and every OS shutdown, thus:
GSM module get GSM_RESET signal, and after 5 seconds timeout, it get “AT commands” initialization sequence (with entering PIN code and enabling SMS messages reception).
This initialization is taking normally about 20 seconds at first start and about 5 sec after OS shutdown. During this time PIC doesn’t execute any other functions and listen only MAIN button and IGNIOTION signal
active level events (in the case of MAIN button push, GSM module initialization can be interrupted and not
finished).
If GSM module is not installed, PIC makes 8 tries to initialize it and then goes to the minimal POWER consumption mode (SLEEP).
After successful GSM initialization, PIC goes to normal mode with enabled incoming GSM events.
When PIC receive “+GMTI” message – “You have incoming SMS message”, PIC try to read this message
with AT+GMGL=”REC UNREAD” command. If message contains “9999” it set “startup” request flag, and if
temperature conditions are suitable, it starts the board.
When the board is in ON state, all incoming GSM events are ignored.
Normally GSM SMS startup feature is working only in “desktop” mode, because in the “car” mode PIC controller isn’t powered. And after start, PIC has only 5 sec pause before switching ON the board power and
can’t initialize GSM module.
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Operating elements on the rearside:
Connectors:
LAN-Port A:
S-Video In:
VGA:
DVI:
LVDS:
TV-Input
TV-Input
With activity / link – LED for port A
Video-Input
Analog VGA channel 1
DVI-D
LVDS output
CVBS Ch1
CVBS Ch2
USB1
USB2
USB3
USB4
LPT1/Port3
1.Connector USB
2.Connector USB
3.Connector USB
4.Connector USB
Lineprinter Interface / signals depending the option
COM/Port 1
COM/Port 2
DC-IN:
Line IN
Line OUT
MIC IN
SPDIF-Optical
Serial Interface RS232 COM1/ CAN-Port 1 signals depending the option
Serial Interface RS232 COM2/ CAN-Port 2 signals depending the option
Supply DC Input with remote on/off
Audio Line Input
Audio Line Output
Audio Input for Microphone
12Channel Optic Connector for Dolby-Surround Signals
GSM
GPS
W-LAN
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4.3.1 Power Supply Connector
IGN
GND
IGN
2
+POWER
Signal definitions:
+ Power
GND
IGN
2
3
1
1
Male
(Computer)
3
+POWER
Female
(Cable)
10 – 28Volt Powersupply
0V or Ground of the powersupply
Remote ON Input or IGNITION-Input , 8V – 28V level on this
Input will switch ON the computersystem.
4.3.2 PORT 1 Connector COM1/3 or CAN1*
9pin DUB Connector male
Pin
Standard Function COM1:
Option COM3
1
DCD
DCD
2
RxD
RXD
3
TxD
TxD
4
DTR
DTR
5
Ground
Ground
6
DSR
DSR
7
RTS
RTS
8
CTS
CTS
9
RI
RI
* depending the table in chapter 2.7.2
** for the detailed CAN signal description see next page
*** depending to the CAN PIGGY
Option CAN 1**
Can 1
Can 1
Can 1/Power***
Can 1
Power
Can 1
Can 1
Can 1
Can 1
4.3.3 PORT 2 Connector COM2/4 or CAN2*
9pin DUB Connector male
Pin
Standard Function COM2:
Option COM4
1
DCD
DCD
2
RxD
RXD
3
TxD
TxD
4
DTR
DTR
5
Ground
Ground
6
DSR
DSR
7
RTS
RTS
8
CTS
CTS
9
RI
RI
* * depending the table in chapter 2.7.2
** for the detailed CAN signal description see next page
*** depending to the CAN PIGGY
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Option CAN 2**
Can 1
Can 1
Can 1/Power***
Can 1
Power
Can 1
Can 1
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CAN signal description and pin assignment:
Pin
Dsub9
Shield:
GND:
V_Batt :
N.C.:
RL:
VB+:
VGND:
R100:
Pdis:
LIN 6259
2511050
251opto
1050opto
1041opto
1054
1054 opto
10011 opto
5790 C ( Single Wire)
5791opto C
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Pin 7
Pin 8
Pin 9
CAN PIGGY type
N.C.
N.C.
VBPdis
Shield
RL
LIN
RL
VB+
N.C.
CAN Low
GND
RL
Shield
RL
CAN high
RL
N.C.
N.C.
CAN Low
VBN.C.
Shield
RL
CAN high
RL
N.C.
N.C.
CAN Low
VBSplit
Shield
RL
CAN high
RL
VB+
N.C.
CAN Low
GND
RL
Shield
RL
CAN high
RL
N.C.
N.C.
CAN Low
VBN.C.
Shield
RL
CAN high
RL
VB+
N.C.
CAN Low
VBRL
Shield
RL
CAN high
RL
VB+
N.C.
N.C.
GND
R100
Shield
RL
CAN
RL
VB+
N.C.
N.C.
VBR100
Shield
RL
CAN
RL
V_Batt
shield
mass
battery voltage (+12 V referred to GND, extern)
not connected
reserved lines, may not to be connected to any cable
positive supply voltage, optically decoupled
galvanic decoupled mass
f the single wire CANcab is used in a high-speed net, there has to be a termination resistor between CAN High and GND. This termination resistor is enabled in Fast Mode by the CANcab itself, if CAN High (pin 7) and pin 4 are connected by a bridge.
If this pin of the LINcab is connected to GND (pin 3), the internal voltage supply is switched off.
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4.3.4 PORT 3 Connector (LPT1, Option: Dig.I/O or COM3/4)
25pin DUB Connector female
Pin
Standard Function LPT1:
Option Digital I/O
Option COM3/4 (or COM1/2)
Jumpers J10 to J18 must be on Jumpers J10 to J18 must Special cable internaly used to interface
2-3 position
be on position 1-2
the COM3/4 expansion card
1
Strobe
Common contac 2
2
Data 0
Active contact 0
3
Data 1
Passive contact 0
4
Data 2
Common contact 0
5
Data 3
Active contact 1
6
Data 4
Passive contact 1
7
Data 5
Common contact 1
8
Data 6
Active contact 2
9
Data 7
Passive contact 2
10
ACK
n.c.
11
BUSY
n.c.
12
Paper End
n.c.
13
Select
n.c.
14
Autofeed
n.c.
15
Error
n.c.
16
Init Printer
n.c.
17
Shift In
n.c.
18
n.c.
Digital In 2 +
19
n.c.
Digital In 1 20
n.c.
Digital In 1 +
21
n.c.
Digital In 0 22
n.c.
Digital In 0 +
23
n.c.
Digital In 2 24
Ground
n.c.
25
Ground
n.c.
n.c. = not connected, do not connect wires to this pins!
DCD COM3 (COM1)
RXD COM3 (COM1)
TXD COM3 (COM1)
DTR COM3
(COM1)
Ground COM3 (COM1)
DCD COM4 (COM2)
RXD COM4 (COM2)
TXD COM4 (COM2)
DTR COM4 (COM2)
Ground COM4 (COM2)
n.c.
n.c.
n.c.
DSR COM3 (COM1)
RTS COM3 (COM1)
CTS COM3 (COM1)
RI
COM3 (COM1)
DSR
RTS
CTS
RI
n.c.
n.c.
n.c.
COM4
COM4
COM4
COM4
(COM2)
(COM2)
(COM2)
(COM2)
In some cases the LPT/PORT3 connector of the MPCX48 is used for 2 serial ports. LPT is not available in
these cases.
_ An optional CAN board always uses the connectors of COM/PORT1 and COM/PORT2. PORT3 can be
used in these 2 ways:
_
PORT3 = COM1 and 2
LPT is not available.
_
PORT3 = LPT
COM1 and 2 are not available externally but can be used for
optional internal GPS / GSM module.
(standard for optional CAN board)
_ two additional COM ports (COM3 and 4) can be installed instead of LPT
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Pinout of PORT3 if used for 2 COM ports
RS232
signal
PORT3 pin
Pin number on standard COM port
with DSUB9 connector
COM A *
DCD A
RXD A
TXD A
DTR A
GND
DCD B
RXD B
TXD B
DTR B
GND
not connected
not connected
not connected
DSR A
RTS A
CTS A
RI A
not connected
DSR B
RTS B
CTS B
RI B
not connected
not connected
not connected
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
COM B *
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
6
7
8
9
* COM A: serial port 1 or 3
COM B: serial port 2 or 4
Use this external cable to get 2 serial ports with standard pinout.
DSUB25 female
connected to
MPCX48 PORT3
1
1
1
COM A
DSUB9 male
COM B
DSUB9 male
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Remarks:
In the case of the COM3/4 pin definition, the flatcable of the DB25 connector may be spliced into two strips
each fits to a DB9 connector.
The Option COM3/4 definition is also the same for COM1/2.
Option Digital I/O:
Digital Output:
Relais contact 0 to 1: max. 60V / 2Amps, max. ferquency 100Hz
Passive contact closed to common contact: the output is on level zero
Aactive contact closed to common contact: the output is on level one
Digital Input:
Optoisolated input: (see chapter 9.2)
4.3.5
Connectorsignals: LVDS:
The LVDS Display is connected to a 26pin HiDensity connector.
Pin Number
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
Signal / Function:
LVDS-Signal 0LVDS-Signal 0+
LVDS-Signal 1LVDS-Signal 1+
LVDS-Signal 2LVDS-Signal 2+
LVDS-Signal 3LVDS-Signal 3+
Logic Ground
LVDS-Clock LVDS-Clock+
USB Ground
USB Channel 5 USB Channel 5+
USB Power
+5Volt (+0/-5%), Imax=0.5A
Video Input LUMA
Video Input Chroma
Nc
Nc
Nc
Logic VCC
+5Volt (+/-5%), Imax=0.25A
Switched LCD-Supply
5Volt (+0/-10%), I=0.5A
Switched LCD-Supply
5Volt (+0/-10%), I=0.5A
Switched LCD-Backlight
Dcin (+0/-5%), I=0.5A
Switched LCD-Backlight
Dcin (+0/-5%), I=0.5A
Logic Ground , Imax=1A
Direction, Voltage
out
out
out
out
out
out
out
out
Safety and Remarks
Out
Out
Out
Out
Out
0.75mA Fuseprotected
IN
IN
Svideo
Svideo
Out
Overcurrentprotected
Out
1 Amp. Fuse protected
Out
1 Amp.
Out
1 Amp
Out
1 Amp.
Out
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Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
C1
C2
C3
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Connectorsignals: DVI-D:
Signal Name
TMDS Data2TMDS Data2+
TMDS Data2/4 Shield
TMDS Data4TMDS Data4+
DDC Clock [SCL]
DDC Data [SDA]
Analog vertical sync
Chroma
Luma
CVBS
HSYNC
4.3.7
Pin
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
-----
Signal Name
TMDS Data1TMDS Data1+
TMDS Data1/3 Shield
TMDS Data3TMDS Data3+
+5 V Power
Ground (for +5 V)
Hot Plug Detect
-----
Pin
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
-----
Signal Name
TMDS Data0TMDSData0+
TMDS Data0/5 Shield
TMDS Data5TMDS Data5+
TMDS Clock Shield
TMDS Clock +
TMDS Clock -----
Connectorsignals: VGA-Analog:
The following table shows the pinouts of a VGA cable connector:
(To the Monitor)
Pin
Signal name
Description
1
RED
Red video signal
2
GREEN
Green video signal
3
BLUE
Blue video signal
4
n.c.
No connect
5
GND
Ground
6
RED_RTN
Red video signal return
7
GREEN_RTN Green video signal return
8
BLUE_RTN
Blue video signal return
9
n.c.
No connect
10
GND
Ground
11
n.c.
No connect
12
SDA
I2C data
13
HSYNC
Horizontal synchronization signal
14
VSYNC
Vertical synchronization signal
15
SCL
I2C clock
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2
3
4
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Connectorsignals: USB
Signal Name
VBUS
DD+
GND
Shield
4.3.9
Description
Red
White
Green
Black
Drain
Connectorsignals: SVideo:
Pin
Name
Description
1
GND
Ground (Y)
2
GND
Ground (C)
3
Y
Intensity (Luminance)
4
C
Color (Chrominance)
4.3.10
Connectorsignals: TV1/2 Input:
This follows the standard pin definition.
Name
Core
Shield
4.3.11
Description
Signal
Ground
Connectorsignals: Sound:
The following description is valid for the “line in”, “mic in” and the “line out” jack on the device.
Name
L
R
GROUND
Description
Left Signal
Right Signal
Ground
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Connectorsignals: LAN:
This follows the standard pin definition.
RJ45 connector 10BaseT (IEEE 802.3i), 100BaseTX (IEEE 802.3u):
MDI-Pin
EIA/TIA 568A
colours (wire/line)
Pin
TX+
White /green
1
3
TX-
Green
2
3
RX+
White/orange
3
2
GND ..
4
1
GND ..
5
1
6
2
GND ..
7
4
GND ..
8
4
RX-
Orange
Twisted
Pair
Cabling:
Not exceeding 100m (328 feet) , Quality at least CAT5, better S/FTP or STP CAT6
Take care on a well balanced shield/ground concept.
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Power Supply
(1) AC-Adapter (814380):
(2) Car-Adapter-Cable
4.5
DC-Powerinput Specifications
4.5.1
Nominal DC-Powerinput voltage
The nominal DC-powerinput is within the range of: 10Volt to 24Volt.
That means the device may be used in 12V or 24V battery supplies as used in boats, cars and trucks.
The DC-input is protected with an internal fuse from over-current !
To prevent from high voltage spikes there are different voltage supressor diodes integrated. Short spikes up
to 100V may be limited to 24V, to protect the internal electronic components.
4.5.2
DC-Powerinput voltage specification
Once the motor has been started, the power supply voltage may be reduced to under 8Volt for a short
moment.
The MPCX48 is running with a minimal voltage of 7.2Volt, measured at the input of the rear connector.
The following limits are specified:
DC-Input Voltage
Over 30V
24V
12V
10 Volt
8 Volt
7.2Volt
Duration
Protection circuit will work
Lowest static voltage
30sec limit
5sec limit
6.5Volt
10ms limit
Comment:
Nominal operating
Nominal operating
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The high current brings the filters
probably into saturation
Determined by the input capacitor
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DC-Powercable Specifications
The powercable must be capable to bring the energy into the MPCX, without a to high voltage lost. Therefore
the diameter of the powercord and the cable length are very important. Generally, use the cable as short as
possible.
We recommend:
Cable type
Square diameter
Max. Length
Comment
3pin Powercable
to the 3pin connector
3pin Powercable
to the 3pin connector
0.75 mm2
1 meter
150mV lost
0.50 mm2
1 meter
200mV lost
ATTENTION:
The “Minimal DC-Powerinput voltage specification” must be added to the voltage lost of the DC-cable!
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4.6 Storage devices (Optional)
4.6.1 Harddisk 2.5” for MPCX48A (standard temp. range)
Technical Specifications of the optional internal hard disk:
Characteristics:
Capacity
Manufacturer
Sector size
Data heads
Disks
Rotations speed
Latency
Operating temperature
Relative Humidity
Power-on hours
Max. read/write duty cycles
Vibration in operation
Non operation shock
Vibration non operat.
Acoustic Noise (seek)
4.6.2
40 to 80 Gbyte
Hitachi / Seagate
512 Bytes
4-8
2 or 4
4200 RPM
7ms
+5°C to +55°C (for the syst em temperatures refer to chapter 2.5)
8% to 90%
333h / month
20%
0.67G (5-500Hz) random
800G / 1ms
3G ( 5-500Hz)
33dBA
Harddisk 2.5” for Extended Temperature (MPCX48)
Technical Specifications of the optional internal harddisk:
Characteristics:
Capacity
Manufacturer
Sector size
Data heads
Disks
Rotations speed
Latency
Operating temperature
Temperature gradient
Relative Humidity
Power-on hours
Max. read/write duty cycles
Vibration in operation
Non operation shock
Vibration non operat.
Acoustic Noise (seek)
20 / 40 Gbyte
Hitachi / Fujitsu
512 Bytes
2
1
4200 RPM
7ms
-20°C to +85°C (for the sys tem temperatures refer chapter 2.5)
Max. 60°C / hour
5% to 90%
333h / month
20%
1.00G (22-500Hz) random
800G / 1ms
5G ( 22-500Hz)
33dBA
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4.6.3 MicroDrive and CompactFlash
Formatted capacity
The defaults of the logical drive parameters in Identify Device Data are as follows:
358,686,720
538,804,224
1,077,608,448 Total Logical Data Bytes
701,568
1,052,352
2,104,704 Number of Sectors
695
1044
2088 Number of Cylinders
63
63
63 Number of Sectors/Track
16
16
16 Number of Heads
Characteristics:
Capacity
Manufacturer
Sector size
Data heads
Disks
Rotations speed
Latency
Operating temperature
Relative Humidity
Vibration in operation
Non operation shock
Vibration non operat.
1Gbyte
IBM MicroDrive Modell: DSCM-11000
512 Bytes
16
2
3600 RPM
8ms
+0°C to +55°C (for the sys tem temperatures refer chapter )
8% to 90%
0.67G (5-500Hz) random
1500G / 1ms
3G ( 5-500Hz)
DMA-Function: Only with the 1Gbyte Drive available !
4.6.4 Solid State Flashdisk Drive
Technical Specifications of the internal harddisk without the shockabsorbers:
Characteristics:
Capacity
Manufacturer
Write cycles:
MTBF:
Data retention:
Burst rate:
Access time
Operating temperature
Relative Humidity
Vibration in operation
Operation shock
Vibration non operat.
Altitude
2Gbyte
M-Systems
5 Mio, unlimited read cycles
2,3 Mio h
Min. 10 years
16.7 Mbyte/sec
< 1ms
-40°C to +85°C
5% to 95%
16G (5-500Hz) random MIL-STD-810F
1500G / 0.5ms halfsine MIL-STD-810F
16G ( 5-500Hz)
0 to 80'000 feet
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4.7 Serial and Parallel Interfaces
4.7.1 Serial Interfaces
It is possible to change the COM 1 / COM 2 configuration as follows:
Source:
COM1
COM1
IRQ: COM Switch: Connector:
4
COM1 RS232 Port 1
OR
4
GPS
Internal GPS module (option)
COM2
3
COM2
3
COM2 RS232 Port 2
OR
GSM
Internal GSM module (option)
There are two possibilities to change the COM modes:
4.7.1.1 Serial Port Mode: COMSwitch:
To change the COM configuration you have to use the tool “COM48Switch.exe”:
(Note: Be sure that you have installed the int15dl_installxx.exe driver before -> chapter 6.1.4
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4.7.1.2 Serial Port Mode: Bios Setup
If the MPCX48 bios version V3.0 or higher is installed, you can set the COM prot mode also in the bios
setup.
In this case you don’t need to use the COM48Switch.exe.
Enter the bios setup (F2) and change to “Advanced” menu, “I/O Device Configuration”:
Set the “mode” to COM/Port A:
Set the “mode” to COM/Port B:
4.7.2 Parallel Interface
Source:
LPT1
IRQ: Connector:
7
DB25
Comment:
Standard parallel port
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4.8 Controllers
4.8.1 INTEL Processor Pentium-M
The Intel® Pentium® M processor is a high performance, low power mobile processor with several
micro-architectural enhancements over existing Intel mobile processors.
The following list provides some of the key features on this processor:
_ Supports Intel® Architecture with Dynamic Execution
_ High performance, low-power core
_ On-die, primary 32-kbyte instruction cache and 32-kbyte write-back data cache
_ On-die, 1-Mbyte / 2 Mbyte second level cache with Advanced Transfer Cache Architecture
_ Advanced Branch Prediction and Data Prefetch Logic
_ Streaming SIMD Extensions 2 (SSE2)
_ 400/533-MHz, Source-Synchronous processor system bus
_ Advanced Power Management features including Enhanced Intel® SpeedStep® technology
_ Micro-FCPGA and Micro-FCBGA packaging technologies
The Intel Pentium M processor is manufactured on Intel’s advanced 0.13/0.09 micron process technology
with copper interconnect. The processor maintains support for MMX™ technology and Internet Streaming
SIMD instructions and full compatibility with IA-32 software. The high performance core features architectural
innovations like Micro-op Fusion and Advanced Stack Management that reduce the number of micro-ops
handled by the processor. This results in more efficient scheduling and better performance at lower power.
The on-die 32-kB Level 1 instruction and data caches and the 1-MB Level 2 cache with Advanced Transfer
Cache Architecture enable significant performance improvement over existing mobile processors. The processor also features a very advanced branch prediction architecture that significantly reduces the number of
mispredicted branches. The processor’s Data Prefetch Logic speculatively fetches data to the L2 cache before an L1 cache requests occurs, resulting in reduced bus cycle penalties and improved performance. The
Streaming SIMD Extensions 2 (SSE2) enable break-through levels of performance in multimedia applications including 3-D graphics, video decoding/encoding, and speech recognition. The new packed doubleprecision floating-point instructions enhance performance for applications that require greater range and precision, including scientific and engineering applications and advanced 3-D geometry techniques, such as ray
tracing.
The Intel Pentium M processor’s 400-MHz processor system bus utilizes a split-transaction, deferred reply
protocol. The 400-MHz processor system bus uses Source-Synchronous Transfer (SST) of address and data
to improve performance by transferring data four times per bus clock (4X data transfer rate, as in AGP 4X).
Along with the 4X data bus, the address bus can deliver addresses two times per bus clock and is referred to
as a “double-clocked” or 2X address bus. Working together, the 4X data bus and 2X address bus provide a
data bus bandwidth of up to 3.2 Gbytes/second. The processor system bus uses Advanced Gunning Transceiver Logic (AGTL+) signal technology, a variant of GTL+ signalling technology with low power enhancements.
4.8.1.1 Introduction
The processor features Enhanced Intel SpeedStep technology, which enables real-time dynamic switching
between multiple voltage and frequency points instead of two points supported on previous versions of Intel
SpeedStep technology. This results in optimal performance without compromising low power. The processor
features the Auto Halt, Stop-Grant, Deep Sleep, and Deeper Sleep low power states. The Intel Pentium M
processor utilizes socketable Micro Flip-Chip Pin Grid Array (Micro-FCPGA) and surface mount Micro FlipChip Ball Grid Array (Micro-FCBGA) package technology. The Micro-FCPGA package plugs into a 479-hole,
surface-mount, Zero Insertion Force (ZIF) socket, which is referred to as the mPGA479M socket.
This document includes specifications for the Intel Pentium M processor at Highest Frequency Mode (HFM)
core frequencies of 1.30, 1.40, 1.50, and 1.60 GHz, the Low Voltage Intel Pentium M processor at HFM core
frequency of 1.10 GHz and the Ultra Low Voltage Intel Pentium M processor at HFM core frequency of 900
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4.8.1.2 Deep Sleep State
Deep Sleep state is a very low power state the processor can enter while maintaining context. Deep
Sleep state is entered by asserting the DPSLP# pin while in the Sleep state. BCLK may be stopped
during the Deep Sleep state for additional platform level power savings. BCLK stop/restart timings
on Intel 855PM and Intel 855GM chipset-based platforms are as follows:
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Low Power Features
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Deep Sleep entry - DPSLP# and CPU_STP# are asserted simultaneously. The platform clock chip will
stop/tristate BCLK within 2 BCLKs +/- a few nanoseconds.
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Deep Sleep exit - DPSLP# and CPU_STP# are deasserted simultaneously. The platform clock chip will
drive BCLK to differential DC levels within 2-3 ns and starts toggling BCLK 2-6 BCLK periods later. To reenter the Sleep state, the DPSLP# pin must be deasserted. BCLK can be re-started after DPSLP# deassertion as described above. A period of 30 microseconds (to allow for PLL stabilization) must occur before the processor can be considered to be in the Sleep state. Once in the Sleep state, the SLP# pin must
be deasserted to re-enter the Stop-Grant state. While in Deep Sleep state, the processor is incapable of
responding to snoop transactions or latching interrupt signals. No transitions of signals are allowed on the
system bus while the processor is in Deep Sleep state. Any transition on an input signal before the processor has returned to Stop-Grant state will result in unpredictable behavior.
4.8.1.3 Deeper Sleep State
The Deeper Sleep state is the lowest power state the processor can enter. This state is functionally identical
to the Deep Sleep state but at a lower core voltage. The control signals to the voltage regulator to initiate a
transition to the Deeper Sleep state are provided on the platform. Please refer to the platform design guides
for details.
4.8.1.3.1
Low Power Features
• No bus master arbiter disable required prior to transition and no processor cache flush necessary.
• Improved Intel Thermal Monitor mode.
— When the on-die thermal sensor indicates that the die temperature is too high, the
processor can automatically perform a transition to a lower frequency/voltage specified in
a software programmable MSR.
— The processor waits for a fixed time period. If the die temperature is down to acceptable
levels, an up transition to the previous frequency/voltage point occurs.
— An interrupt is generated for the up and down Intel Thermal Monitor transitions enabling
better system level thermal management.
Enhancements:
• Dynamic PSB Power Down
• BPRI# control for address and control input buffers
• Dynamic On Die Termination disabling
• Low VCCP (I/O termination voltage) switching power at all times.
monitoring requirements in the Deeper Sleep state.
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4.9 INTEL 855GM: Grafic-Memory-Control Hub
4.9.1 Processor Host Interface
The GMCH is optimized for the Intel Pentium M processor. Key features of the Intel Pentium M
processor system bus (PSB) are:
• Source synchronous double pumped address
• Source synchronous quad pumped data
• System bus interrupt delivery
• Low voltage swing (Vtt = 1.05 V)
• Dynamic Power Down (DPWR#) support
• GMCH supports a 64-B cache line size
• Support for a 400-MHz system bus frequency. Dual processor is not supported
• AGTL+ termination resistors on all of the AGTL+ signals
• Supports 64-bit host bus addressing allowing the CPU to access the entire 4 GB of the GMCH memory
address space.
• A 12-deep, In-Order queue to support up to twelve outstanding pipelined address requests on the
host bus
• Drives DPWR# signal to the processor, which can then disable its sense amplifiers
• Supports only one outstanding defer cycle at a time to any particular I/O interface
• Host initiated I/O cycles are positively decoded to the GMCH configuration space and
subtractively decoded to the Hub Interface
• Host initiated memory cycles are positively decoded to DDR SDRAM
• Memory accesses initiated from the Hub Interface to DDR SDRAM will be snooped on the system
bus
4.9.1.1 Intel 855GM GMCH Host Bus Error Checking
The Intel 855GM GMCH does not generate nor check parity on Data, Address/Request, and Response
signals on the PSB.
4.9.1.2 Intel 855GM GMCH System Memory Interface
The GMCH System Memory Controller directly supports the following:
• One channel of PC1600/2100 SO-DIMM DDR SDRAM memory
• DDR SDRAM devices with densities of 128-Mb, 256-Mb, and 512-Mb technology
• Maximum System Memory with two, double-sided SO-DIMMs (four rows populated) supporting
up to 1 -GB system memory, and high density supporting up to 2-GB system memory
• Variable page sizes of 2 kB, 4 kB, 8 kB, and 16 kB. Page size is individually selectable for every
row and a maximum of 16 pages may be opened simultaneously
The GMCH System Memory interface supports a thermal throttling scheme to selectively throttle reads
and/or writes. Throttling can be triggered either by the on-die thermal sensor, or by preset write
bandwidth limits. Read throttle can also be triggered by an external input pin. The memory controller
logic supports aggressive Dynamic Row Power Down features to help reduce power and supports
Address and Control line Tri-stating when DDR SDRAM is in an active power down or in self refresh
state. The GMCH System Memory architecture is optimized to maintain open pages (up to 16-kB page size)
across multiple rows. As a result, up to 16 pages across four rows is supported. To complement this, the
GMCH will tend to keep pages open within rows, or will only close a single bank on a page miss. The
GMCH supports only four bank memory technologies.
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4.9.2 Intel 855GM GMCH Internal Graphics
The GMCH IGD provides a highly integrated graphics accelerator delivering high performance 2D, 3D,
and video capabilities. With its interfaces to UMA using a DVMT configuration, an analog display, a
LVDS port, and two digital display ports (e.g. flat panel), the GMCH can provide a complete graphics
solution.
The GMCH also provides 2D hardware acceleration for block transfers of data (BLTs). The BLT engine
provides the ability to copy a source block of data to a destination and perform raster operations (e.g.,
ROP1, ROP2, and ROP3) on the data using a pattern, and/or another destination. Performing these
common tasks in hardware reduces CPU load, and thus improves performance.
High bandwidth access to data is provided through the System Memory interface. The GMCH uses
Tiling architecture to increase System Memory efficiency and thus maximize effective rendering
bandwidth. The Intel 855GM GMCH also improves 3D performance and quality with 3D Zone
Rendering technology.
The GMCH has four display ports, one analog and three digital. These provide support for a
progressive scan analog monitor, a dedicated dual channel LVDS LCD panel, and two DVO devices.
Each port can transmit data according to one or more protocols. The DVO ports are connected to an
external device that converts one protocol to another. Examples of this are TV-out encoders, external
DACs, LVDS transmitters, and TMDS transmitters. Each display port has control signals that may be
used to control, configure and/or determine the capabilities of an external device. The data that is sent
out the display port is selected from one of the two possible sources, Pipe A or Pipe B.
4.9.2.1 Intel 855GM GMCH Analog Display Port
Intel 855GM GMCH has an integrated 350-MHz, 24-bit RAMDAC that can directly drive a progressive
scan analog monitor pixel resolution up to 1600x1200 at 85-Hz refresh and up to 2048x1536 at 72-Hz
refresh. The Analog display port can be driven by Pipe A or Pipe B.
4.9.2.2 Intel 855GM GMCH Integrated DVO Ports
The DVO B/C interface is compliant with the DVI Specification 1.0. When combined with a DVI
compliant external device (e.g. TMDS Flat Panel Transmitter, TV-out encoder, etc.), the GMCH
provides a high-speed interface to a digital or analog display (e.g. flat panel, TV monitor, etc.).
The GMCH provides two DVO ports that are each capable of driving a 165-MHz pixel clock at the DVO
B or DVO C interface. When DVO B and DVO C are combined into a single DVO port, then an
effective pixel rate of 330 MHz can be achieved. The DVO B/C ports can be driven by Pipe A or Pipe
B. If driven on Pipe B, then the LVDS port must be disabled.
4.9.3 Hub Interface
A proprietary interconnect connects the GMCH to the ICH4-M. All communication between the GMCH
and the ICH4-M occurs over the Hub Interface 1.5. The Hub Interface runs at 66 MHz (266-MB/s).
4.9.4 Address Decode Policies
Host initiated I/O cycles are positively decoded to the GMCH configuration space and subtractively
decoded to Hub Interface. Host initiated System Memory cycles are positively decoded to DDR
SDRAM and are again subtractively decoded to Hub Interface if under 4 GB. System Memory accesses
from Hub Interface to DDR SDRAM will be snooped on the PSB.
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IO Control Hub Intel-ICH4 / ICH4M
Features:
PCI Bus Interface
Supports PCI Revision 2.2 Specification at33 MHz
133 MB/sec maximum throughput
Supports up to six master devices on PCI
One PCI REQ/GNT pair can be given higher arbitration priority (intended
for external 1394 host controller)
Support for 44-bit addressing on PCI using DAC protocol
Integrated LAN Controller
WfM 2.0 and IEEE 802.3 compliant
LAN Connect Interface (LCI)
10/100 Mbit/sec ethernet support
Integrated IDE Controller
Supports “Native Mode” register and interrupts
Independent timing of up to 4 drives, with separate primary and secondary
IDE cable connections
Ultra ATA/100/66/33, BMIDE and PIO modes
Tri-state modes to enable swap bay
USB
Includes three UHCI host controllers that support six external ports
New: Includes one EHCI high-speed USB 2.0 Host Controller that supports
all six ports
New: Supports a USB 2.0 high-speed debug port
Supports wake-up from sleeping states S1–S5
Supports legacy keyboard/mouse software
AC-Link for Audio CODECs
Supports AC ’97 2.3
New: Third AC_SDATA_IN line for three codec support
New: Independent bus master logic for seven channels (PCM In/Out, Mic 1
input, Mic 2 input, modem in/out, S/PDIF out)
Separate independent PCI functions for audio and modem
Support for up to six channels of PCM audio output (full AC3 decode)
Supports wake-up events
Interrupt Controller
Support up to eight PCI interrupt pins
Supports PCI 2.2 message signaled interrupts
Two cascaded 82C59 with 15 interrupts
Integrated I/O APIC capability with 24 interrupts
Supports serial interrupt protocol
Supports processor system bus interrupt delivery
New: 1.5 V operation with 3.3
V I/O
5 V tolerant buffers on IDE, PCI, USB overcurrent and legacy signals
Timers Based on 82C54
System timer, refresh request, speaker tone output
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Power Management Logic
ACPI 2.0 compliant
ACPI-defined power states (C1–C2, S3–S5 )
Supports Desktop S1 state (like C2 state, only STPCLK# active)
ACPI power management timer
PCI PME# support
SMI# generation
All registers readable/restorable for proper resume from 0V susp.states
External Glue Integration
Integrated pull-up, pull-down and series termination resistors on IDE, processor interface
Integrated Pull-down and Series resistors on USB
Enhanced Hub Interface Buffers Improve Routing flexibility (Not available with all MemController Hubs)
Firmware Hub (FWH) Interface Supports BIOS memory size up to 8 MB
Low Pin Count (LPC) Interface Supports two Master/DMA devices.
Enhanced DMA Controller
Two cascaded 8237 DMA controllers
PCI DMA: Supports PC/PCI — Includes two PC/PCI REQ#/GNT# pairs
Supports LPC DMA
Supports DMA collection buffer to provide Type-F DMA performance for all
DMA channels
Real-Time Clock
256-byte battery-backed CMOS RAM
System TCO Reduction Circuits
Timers to generate SMI# and Reset upon detection of system hang
Timers to detect improper processor reset
Supports ability to disable external devices
SMBus
New: Hardware packet error checking
New: Supports SMBus 2.0 Specification
Host interface allows processor to communicate via SMBus
Slave interface allows an ext. microcontroller to access system resources
Compatible with most 2-wire components that are also I2C compatible
GPIO
TTL, open-drain, inversion
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4.10.1 Addressing PCI Devices on the MPCX48:
DEVICE
IDSEL
PIRQ
#REG #GNT
Remarks
internal Chipset PCI devices and resources
GMCH
internal
A/B/C/D
----- PCI Bus 0
AGP Controller
internal
A/B
----- PCI Bus 0
Graphics Controller
internal
A/B
----- PCI Bus 0
ICH4_USB
Internal
A/D/C/H
----- PCI Bus 0
Controller
Func 0 = USB0 mapped to PIRQA
Func 1 = USB1 mapped to PIRQD
Func 2 = USB2 mapped to PIRQC
Func 7 = USB3 mapped to PIRQH
ICH4_PCI
internal
A/B/C/D
----- PCI Bus 0
Controller
ICH4_LPC
C/B
----- PCI Bus 0
Controller
IDE mapped to PIRQC
SMB mapped to PIRQB
AC97 Audio mapped to PIRQB
AC97 Modem mapped to PIRQB
Network
AD24
E
---
---
Internal chipset onboard device
External PCI slots
PC/104+ Slot 1
PC/104+ Slot 2
PC/104+ Slot 3
PC/104+ Slot 4
AD20
AD21
AD22
AD23
E/F/G/H
F/G/H/E
G/H/E/F
H/E/F/G
0-4
0-4
0-4
0-4
0-4
0-4
0-4
0-4
PCI Bus 2
PCI Bus 2
PCI Bus 2
PCI Bus 2
Separate PCI Controller onboard.
DEVICE
IDSEL
MiniPCI
AD27
PIRQ
A
#REG #GNT
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An 8259A compatible interrupt controller, within the chipset device, provides seven prioritized interrupt levels. Of these, several are normally associated with the board's onboard device interfaces and controllers,
and several are available on the AT expansion bus.
Interrupt
Sources
IRQ0
IRQ1
IRQ2
IRQ3
IRQ4
IRQ5
IRQ6
IRQ7
IRQ8
IRQ9
ROM-BIOS clock tick function, from timer 0
Keyboard controller output buffer full
Used for cascade 2. 8259
COM2 (fix)
COM1 (fix)
Reserved
Not used (if disabled Floppy function)
Reserved for LPT1
System CMOS / real time clock
ACPI-Compliant system
PCI-9 for USB
PCI-9 for LAN
PCI-9 for Sound
Reserved
Reserved
PS/2 mouse
Math coprocessor
Harddisk Primary - IDE
Secondary IDE (Optional CF / CD / DVD)
IRQ10
IRQ11
IRQ12
IRQ13
IRQ14
IRQ15
onboard used
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
yes
Attention:
LPT1:
FD:
Printerfunction without IRQ-support, if needed use an USB-Printer
No floppy support, use always a USB-Floppy
4.10.3 Device Manager / IRQ usage
In the “Device Manager” of the operating system the used IRQ’s should be displayed.
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Start / Control Panel / Apperance and Themes / Display
Register Settings:
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Attention!
There is no picture after changing values in the menu "DISPLAY PROPERTIES -> Settings"or you started
the system without a connected monitor:
You have to press the following key combination to get a picture again:
CTRL+ALT+ Fx
Fx:
F1 = VGA
F2 or F3 = SVIDEO
F4 = DVI
We recommend to change the settings in this Intel garphic menu.
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Sound Settings:
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USB V2.0
USB Host controller functional description.
USB UHCI Controllers:
The ICH4 contains three USB UHCI Host Controllers. Each Host Controller includes a root hub with two
separate USB ports each, for a total of 6 USB ports. The ICH4 Host Controllers support the standard Universal Host Controller Interface (UHCI) Specification, Revision 1.1.•Overcurrent detection on all 6 USB ports is
supported. The overcurrent inputs are 5-V tolerant, and can be used as GPIs if not needed. •The ICH4’s
USB UHCI controllers are arbitrated differently than standard PCI devices to improve arbitration latency.•The
USB UHCI controllers use the Analog Front End (AFE) embedded cell that allows support for USB Highspeed signaling rates, instead of USB I/O buffers.
USB EHCI Controller:
The ICH4 contains an Enhanced Host Controller Interface (EHCI) compliant host controller which supports
up to 6 high-speed USB 2.0 Specification compliant root ports. High-speed USB 2.0 allows data transfers up
to 480 Mbps using the same pins as the 6 Full-speed/Low-speed USB UHCI ports. The ICH4 contains portrouting logic that determines whether a USB port is controlled by one of the UHCI controllers or by the EHCI
controller. A USB 2.0 based Debug Port is also implemented in the ICH4.
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LCD PanelLink (DVI)
Silicon Image’s Transition Minimized Differential Signaling is an electrical standard used to transmit digital
data to a display device. The transition minimization is achieved by implementing an advanced encoding algorithm that converts 8 bits of data into a 10-bit transition minimized, DC balanced character. The signal is
optimized to reduce Electromagnetic Interference (EMI), which allows for faster signal transfer rates with increased accuracy. The differential circuitry in TMDS allows complimentary limited amplitude signals to be
transmitted over twisted pair wires instead of more expensive coaxial cable. The TMDS link architecture consists of a TMDS transmitter that encodes and serially transmits a data stream over the TMDS link to a TMDS
receiver. Video and sync information are serialized and sent over three sets of twisted pair wires, one set for
red, green and blue data channels. An additional pair of wires is used to transmit a clock signal for timing. At
the other end, the TMDS receiver synchronizes itself to character boundaries in each of the serial data
streams, the transmitted signal is recovered and decoded. A fundamental principle of physics known as the
"Copper Barrier" limits the amount of data that can be squeezed through a single copper wire. The limit is a
bandwidth of about 165MHz, which equates to 165 million pixels per second. A single TMDS link has a
bandwidth of 165 MHz, which enough to display resolutions of up to 1600 x 1200 (UXGA) at 60Hz. DVI,
which is the first standard specifically written for the TMDS digital interface allows for up to two TMDS links, a
total of 6 channels sharing a single clock, to be integrated into a single DVI connector to support a minimum
bandwidth of 330 mega pixels per second. That is enough bandwidth to enable digital displays to reach resolutions of up to 2048 x 1536 (QXGA).
The DVI specification supports hot plug and play of display devices. DVI also supports the VESA Display
Data Channel (DDC) and Extended Display Identification Data (EDID) specifications, which enable the display, graphics adapter, and computer to communicate and automatically configure the system to support the
different features available in the display. EDID is a standard data format for information such as display
vendor, resolution and timing capabilities. A purely digital connection allows projector manufacturers to design products, which provide the sharpest, clearest image possible, without the need for any fine sync or
complex pixel clock adjustments.
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4.14.1 DVI-Integrated (DVI-D):
Supports digital connections to the display. This 29-pin connector can carry single or dual-link all-digital
video/data signals on 24 pins
ATTENTION !:
The analog VGA signals on the DVI-I connector (C1-C5) are not available !
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4.14.2 General Description:
The SiI 160 transmitter uses PanelLink Digital technology to support displays ranging from VGA to UXGA
resolutions (25-165 MHz). The SiI 160 transmitter supports up to true color panels (24 bit/pixel, 16.7M colors)
in 1 or 2 pixels/clock mode, and also features an inter-pair skew tolerance up to 1 full input clock cycle. An
advanced on-chip jitter filter is also added to extend tolerance to VGA clock jitter. Since all PanelLink products are designed on scaleable CMOS architecture to support future performance requirements while maintaining the same logical interface, system designers can be assured that the interface will be fixed through a
number of technology and performance generations. PanelLink Digital technology simplifies PC & display
interface design by resolving many of the system level issues associated with high-speed digital design, providing the system designer with a digital interface solution that is quicker to market and lower in cost.
Features:
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Scaleable Bandwidth: 25-165 MHz (VGA to UXGA)
Low Power: 3.3V core operation
High Skew Tolerance: 1 full input clock cycle (6ns at 165 MHz)
Flexible panel interface: single or dual pixel in at up to 24-bits
Cable Distance Support: over 5m with twisted-pair, fiber-optics ready
Compliant with DVI 1.0 (DVI is backwards compatible with VESA® P&DTM and DFP)
Transmitter from Silicon Image: SIL 160
Recommended receiver: SIL161
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Internaly connected to the MiniPCI socket !
4.15.1 WLAN MiniPCI Modul:
Intel® PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network Connection (Dual mode 802.11b/g)
Wi-Fi CERTIFIED* for single band, 2.4 GHz band, and Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA)
2.4GHz ISM: Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS) for 802.11b
2.4GHz Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM ) for 802.11
Typical indoor range of 100 ft (30 m) @ 54 Mbps / 300 ft (91 m) @ 1 Mbps for 802.11g and 100 ft (30 m) @
11 Mbps / 300 ft (90 m) @ 1 Mbps for 802.11b. Intel® Wireless Coexistence System support enables reduced interference between Intel PRO/Wireless & certain Bluetooth* devices. For systems designed with two
antennas, real-time antenna selection enables optimized WLAN performance.
Real-time temperature calibration dynamically optimizes wireless performance by adjusting output power to
∞
temperature changes for increased throughput & range with 802.11a radio.
Softwarepackage:
Easy-to-use interface with Intel® Smart Wireless Solutions support
IT Configuration Utility
Single Sign On support
Centralized Profile Management
EAP-SIM support
+
Supports Cisco, Check Point Software Technologies, Microsoft and Intel VPN connections.
Powermanagement:
Intel® Intelligent Scanning Technology reduces power by controlling the frequency of scanning for access
points. A user selectable feature with five different Power states, which allows the user to make their own
power vs. performance choices when in battery mode.
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GPS Receiver TU30-410-031 Option
Features
• Uniform printed circuit board design for all four available configurations
• Twelve parallel satellite tracking channels for fast acquisition and re-acquisition
• Fast Time-To-First-Fix (TTFF) performance if required or minimum power consumption for standard
operation
• Less than 8 seconds TTFF hot start, less than 40 seconds cold start with the CX11239
• Less than 1 second reacquisition after blockages up to 10 seconds
• Enhanced algorithms provide superior navigation performance in “urban canyon” and foliage environments
• Adaptive threshold-based signal detection for improved reception of weak signals
• Maximum navigation accuracy achievable with the Standard Positioning Service (SPS)
• Automatic altitude hold mode from Three-Dimensional to Two-Dimensional navigation
• Automatic cold start acquisition process (when no initialization data is entered by the user)
• Maximum operational flexibility and configurability via user commands over the host serial port
• Ability to accept externally supplied initialization data over the host serial port
• User selectable satellites
• User selectable visible satellite mask angle
• Serial data output that includes Conexant binary protocol and selected National Marine Electronics
• Association (NMEA-0183) v2.1 messages
Technical Specifications:
Accuracy
Solution Update Rate
Re-acquisition
Serial Data Output Protocol
Power Requirements
Radio Frequency Signal Environment RF Input
Burnout Protection
Physical Dimensions
Weight
Environmental
Cooling (operating/storage)
Temperature
Humidity
Altitude (operating/storage)
Maximum Vehicle Dynamic
Vibration
Antenna
Accuracy is a function of the entire Navstar GPS system and geometry of the satellites at the time of measurement. In general, individual receivers have very little
influence on the accuracy provided. Navigational accuracies using Full Accuracy
C/A Code (SA Off) and the SPS (SA On) are shown in Table 3. These accuracies
are based on a Position Dilution of Precision (PDOP) of 6.0 and the maximum
vehicle dynamic of 500 m/s
Once per second
second typical with a 10 second blockage
Conexant binary serial I/O messages and NMEA 0183 v2.1 (selected messages)
Regulated primary power for the Jupiter GPS receiver is required according to the
information provided in Table 5. Besides regulated primary power, the board can
be supplied with backup power to maintain SRAM and RTC states whenever primary power is removed. Backup power must be between 2.5 and 3.5 V (for all
boards, regardless of regulated primary power voltage), and will draw between 50
and 70 uA when primary power is removed. When primary power is present, the
board will draw no current from the backup source. When the receiver is operated
with an active GPS antenna, the antenna’s maximum preamp “pass-through” current is 50 mA at voltages up to +12 V. This current must be limited outside of the
receiver.
1575.42 MHz (GPS L1 frequency) at a level between –130 dBW and –163 dBW. If
an active antenna is used, the best results are obtained when total gain (antenna
gain, amplifier gain, and cable loss) is in the range of 12 to 18 dB. Maximum total
gain must be less than 23 dB
–10 dBW signal within a bandwidth of 10 MHz centered about the L1 carrier frequency
2.800 x 1.600 x 0.440 inches (71 x 41 x 11 mm)
Depending on configuration, not to exceed 25 grams
Convection
–40°C to +85°C
Relative humidity up to 95 percent non-condensing or a wet-bulb temperature of
+35° C, whichever is less
–1000 feet to 60,000 feet
500 m/s (acquisition and navigation)
Full performance. See the composite SAE curve in Figure 7.
Survival, 18G peak, 5 ms duration
50Ω
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ATTENTION:
- After installing a Windows operating system (W2k, XP) with the option GSM assembled, Windows detects a MS BallPoint.
You have to disable this MS BallPoint in the device manager (Power of the system
with the power switch and start Windows again, after that, disable the MS BallPoint
in the device manager).
Have also a look into the following Microsoft knowledge base entry:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;283063)
- First step, before using the GPS mode, the COM1 must be conencted to the GPS
module with the “COM48Switch”. Start the “COM48Switch” a select the GSM/GPRS
selection.
Or change the COM-Port mode in the bios setup.
Please find the description in the chapter 4.7
For more information about the GPS receiver, please have a look into the datasheets located in the “manual”
directory on the product CD or on the download area on www.digitallogic.com -> Support -> MPC Support
Useful links:
Antenna:
http://www.sanav.com/gps_antennas/aw-3c.htm
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Specification:
MC55
MC75 QuadBand Siemens
Powersupply
Frequency bands:
Transmit power
Operating Temperature
3.3V
850/900/1800/1900 GSM
2W (900) / 1W (1800/1900)
-20°C to +55°C
GPRS class B
Downlink: max 85 kBit/s
Uplink: max. 21 kBit/s
MT, MO, CB, Text and PDU
mode
Group 3 class 1&2
AT commands
3V cards
50Ω
GPRS connectivity:
SMS:
FAX
Serialinterface:
SIM card:
Antenna
First step, before using the GSM/GPRS modes, the COM2 must be conencted to the
GSM-Handy with the “COM48Switch”. Start the “COM48Switch” a select the
GSM/GPRS selection.
Or change the COM-Port mode in the bios setup.
Please find the description in the chapter 4.7
For more information about the GSM modul, please have a look into the datasheets located in the “manual”
directory on the product CD or on the download area on www.digitallogic.com -> Support -> MPC Support
Useful links:
Antenna:
http://www.asianproducts.com/viewproduct-big_A3789539744212.htm
4.17.1
Changing of the SIM-Card
Attention
The system must be power-off for replacing the SIM-Card. Open the SIMCard holder at the frontside of the system and put in the SIM-Card in correct
direction.
NOTE: Please use the SIM-Card without a PIN Code or change the PIN Code to
“2538” otherwise there is no access possible to the SIM-Card.
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Option: External Active cooler
The option for the external active cooling is used for temperatur critical applications, where not enough passive or natural air flow may be available.
The motor is regulated and begins to run when the computer system is heated over +40°C. The air inlet is on
both sides an will be blown through all nuts of the cover. The cooler is producing a laminar air flow. The
power is supplied from the rear USB connector.
Specifications
Starting temperature
Air flow
Power consumption
Lifetime of the motor
Service:
4.19
40°C
12m/s
5V / 100mA
50‘000h
Change of the airinlet filters
Option: External cooler from airconditioner
The option for the external cooler from the air conditioning system in the vehicle is used for temperatur critical applications, where not enough passive or natural air flow may be available.
With the help of a 17mm diameter tube the air is transported from the airconditioning system to the computer
system. The air inlet is is connected to the tube. The air will be blown through all nuts of the cover. The
cooler is producing a laminar air flow. This option is a fully passive cooling system with a long lifetime.
Specifications
Starting temperature
Air flow
Air inlet diameter
Power consumption
Lifetime of the motor
Service:
Always
Depends of the air conditioner
17mm
None
10 years
None
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5 OPERATING SYSTEMS COMPATIBILITY
The CPU PENTIUM is fully compatible to other PC-standard CPUs. The Intel chipsets are also fully PCcompatible. No incompatibilities are known.
5.1
Microsoft Windows
This system is fully compatible with Windows 2000 and Windows XP Professional / Home.
We do not recomment to install older Windows OS as Windows 95/98/ME/NT4 because of the incomplete
driver support from Intel.
5.2 Microsoft Windows CE 4.2 / 5.0
Since we are in cooperation with Pfaadtsoft we recommend to use the WINCE 4.2/5.0 Board Support Package (BSP) which are developed especially for this product.
http://www.pfaadtsoft.de/
There are also DEMO Windows CE 4.2 / 5.0 images available for free:
http://dlag.pfaadtsoft.de/
5.3
LINUX
Since we are in cooperation with SYSCO we recommend to use the ElinOS Linux distribution.
http://www.elinos.com/
SYSCO developed a board support package (BSP) for the Pentium M and the Pentium BX/TX chipset based
products for ELinOS.
If you are interested or if you have any questions about ElinOS, please get in contact with SYSCO.
5.3.1 What is ELinOS?
ELinOS is a development environment based on Linux for the creation of embedded systems for intelligent
devices. With ELinOS the memory demand of Linux is reduced to less than 1 MB ROM and 2 MB RAM. In
this manner, Linux can for the first time conform to the reduced hardware conditions of embedded systems.
Even in this basic configuration, Linux offers largely the same functionality which made it so popular in the
server and desktop field. By virtue of access to the constantly growing number of Linux components, the basic system can be at any time expanded.
The core of ELinOS is a Linux distribution custom-tailored to the embedded systems currently sold. Besides
the well-known Linux version for x86,
ELinOS v2.2 also supports PowerPC-, ARM-, MIPS-, and SH3-platforms which are very popular in the embedded field.
5.3.2 ELinOS v3.0
The emphasis of version 3.0 is on the new CoTools, CODEO and COGNITO. CODEO is Eclipse based and
provides additional Plug-ins for project management and target communication, which substantially improves
the ease of development of applications with ELinOS. COGNITO is a further integrated tool for the analysis
of system performance. It permits the collection, recording and display of all system information and facilitates the fast optimization of software for intelligent devices.
ELinOS v3.0 has been updated to the new version of the GNU tool chain, contains the stable 2.4.25 Linux
Kernel and has integration of Java and the real time extensions RTAI 3.0 for hard real time requirements.
The package is complemented with Carrier Grade Extensions such as IPv6, IPSec, SNMP etc. for the use of
Linux in applications in the telecommunications market.
5.4 Realtime OS
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Must be tested carefully first. Many powermanagementfunction will control the latency time.
Contact your realtime operating system manufacturer and ask for the support of the intel chipset 855GME.
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6 DRIVER INSTALLATION
6.1 Windows 2000 & XP
On the MICROSPACE Application CD you will find all tools and drivers you will need to work with the card.
If you are not sure about the topicality of the software, please visit our homepage at
http://www.digitallogic.com to get the latest release!
A correct installation of Windows is required for the following steps.
Close all applications before beginning with driver installation!
Put DIGITAL-LOGIC driver CD into CD-drive. Start menu is supposed to appear automatically.
If there is no menu then open up CD manually on desktop.
6.1.1 Chipset:
Driver: x: \Drivers\MPCX4_\Chipset\
Doubleclick on setup.exe. Follow the instructions:
Reboot the system after the installation.
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6.1.2 VGA / CRT
Driver: x:\Drivers\MPCX4_\VGA\
Doubleclick on setup.exe. Follow the instructions:
Reboot the system after the installation.
6.1.3 LAN / Ethernet
Driver: x:\Drivers\MPCX4_\LAN\
Doubleclick on setup.exe. Follow the instructions:
or doubleclick autorun.exe and follow the instructions:
Press “Install Software”
Reboot the system after the installation.
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6.1.4 Video Input BT878
This driver you have to install manually, that means there is no setup.exe available.
1. Open the device manager:
2. Open the properties of the “Multimedia Video Controller”:
3. Select “Reinstall Driver…”:
4. Select “Install from a list or specific location”
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5. Browse the following folder: X:\drivers\mpcx4_\video_in\ and go on
6. The setup will find the WDM Video Capture driver:
7. Afterthat, setup will find again new hardware.
-
WDM Tv Tuner
WDM Crossbar
Please proceed as described above (repeat points 4 to 6 two times)
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8. After that, you have to open the device manager again.
9. Open the properties of the “Multimedia Video Controller”:
10. Select “Reinstall Driver…”:
11. Please proceed as described above (repeat points 4 to 6) to install the WDM Audio Capture.
6.1.5 AC97-SOUND
Driver: x:\drivers\ MPCX4_\SOUND\
Doubleclick on setup.exe Follow the instructions:
Reboot the system after the installation.
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6.1.6 Int15 emulator
Location: \tools\mpcx4_\INT15\ int15dl_installxx.exe
How to:
Execute the file int15dl_installxx.exe
After installation of this driver you can use the tools:
WinInt15.exe (Int15 function test tool), T855.exe (Temperatur sensor (SMBUS) monitor)
(see chapter 7.1), the COM48Switch.exe, and the GSM tools (see chapter 7.5)
6.1.7 DIO (Digital I/O
Location: \tools\mpcx4_\mpcx48\DIO\dio_installxx.exe
How to:
Execute the file dio_installxx.exe
After installation of this driver you can use the tools:
DIO.exe (chapter 7.3)
ATTENTION!!
Before you install the digital I/O driver you have to disable the LPT port first!
You can disable the LPT port in the bios setup or in the device manager.
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6.1.8 Intel Wlan ProSet/Wireless
(if this option is assembled)
Driver: x:\drivers\ MPCX4_\WLAN\
Doubleclick on “wireless_9.0.2.0_-_generic_TIC_97904.exe”. Follow the instructions:
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6.2 LINUX
6.2.1 VGA Dualhead mode for CRT and DVI
Please configure the X-Window system (Xfree86 – www.xfree86.org ) as follow to get the dualhead mode
with DVI and CRT:
# XF86Config-4 (XFree86 X Window System server configuration file)
#
Section "Files"
FontPath
"unix/:7100"
# local font server
# if the local font server has problems, we can fall back on these
FontPath
"/usr/lib/X11/fonts/misc"
FontPath
"/usr/lib/X11/fonts/cyrillic"
FontPath
"/usr/lib/X11/fonts/100dpi/:unscaled"
FontPath
"/usr/lib/X11/fonts/75dpi/:unscaled"
FontPath
"/usr/lib/X11/fonts/Type1"
FontPath
"/usr/lib/X11/fonts/CID"
FontPath
"/usr/lib/X11/fonts/Speedo"
FontPath
"/usr/lib/X11/fonts/100dpi"
FontPath
"/usr/lib/X11/fonts/75dpi"
EndSection
Section "Module"
Load "GLcore"
Load "bitmap"
Load "dbe"
Load "ddc"
Load "dri"
Load "extmod"
Load "freetype"
Load "glx"
Load "int10"
Load "record"
Load "speedo"
Load "type1"
Load "vbe"
EndSection
Section "InputDevice"
Identifier
Driver
Option
Option
Option
Option
EndSection
"Generic Keyboard"
"keyboard"
"CoreKeyboard"
"XkbRules"
"xfree86"
"XkbModel"
"pc104"
"XkbLayout"
"de"
Section "InputDevice"
Identifier
Driver
Option
Option
Option
Option
Option
EndSection
"Configured Mouse"
"mouse"
"CorePointer"
"Device"
"Protocol"
"Emulate3Buttons"
"ZAxisMapping"
"/dev/psaux"
"PS/2"
"true"
"4 5"
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Section "InputDevice"
Identifier
Driver
Option
Option
Option
Option
Option
EndSection
"Generic Mouse"
"mouse"
"SendCoreEvents"
"Device"
"Protocol"
"Emulate3Buttons"
"ZAxisMapping"
Section "Device"
Identifier
Driver
VideoRam
BusID
Option
Option
Screen
EndSection
"Intel0"
"i810"
65535
"PCI:0:2:0"
"MonitorLayout"
"AGPMode"
0
Section "Device"
Identifier
Driver
BusID
Option
Option
Option
Screen
EndSection
"Intel1"
"i810"
"PCI:0:2:0"
"MonitorLayout"
"DevicePresence"
"AGPMode"
1
Section "Monitor"
Identifier
HorizSync
VertRefresh
Option
EndSection
"TargaCRT"
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"DPMS"
Section "Monitor"
Identifier
HorizSync
VertRefresh
EndSection
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"true"
"/dev/input/mice"
"ImPS/2"
"true"
"4 5"
"CRT,DFP"
"4"
"CRT,DFP"
"true"
"4"
Section "Screen"
Identifier
"Screen0"
Device
"Intel0"
Monitor
"TargaCRT"
DefaultDepth 24
SubSection "Display"
Depth
24
Modes
"1024x768" "800x600" "640x480"
EndSubSection
EndSection
Section "Screen"
Identifier
"Screen1"
Device
"Intel1"
Monitor
"SonyTFT"
DefaultDepth 24
SubSection "Display"
Depth
24
Modes
"1024x768" "800x600" "640x480"
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EndSubSection
EndSection
Section "ServerLayout"
Identifier
Screen
Screen
InputDevice
InputDevice
InputDevice
Option
EndSection
Section "DRI"
Mode
EndSection
"Default Layout"
0 "Screen0"
1 "Screen1" LeftOf "Screen0"
"Generic Keyboard"
"Configured Mouse"
"Generic Mouse"
"Xinerama"
"true"
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6.2.2 I/O kernel driver
6.2.2.1 Description
How to build and use the mpcx48io kernel driver for Linux. The driver provides access to the digital I/Os and
allows to switch the serial port mode. The driver sets up a mpcx48 directory in the proc file system. Applications can access these files.
Please fin the driver on the product CD: x:\tools\mpcx4_\mpcx48\Linux
6.2.2.2 Build and Install
To build the driver use the Makefile provided. You will need the sources of your running kernel and the bin
utils to be able to compile this driver. This driver has only been tested with 2.6.x kernels.
# make
# make install
Note that you need root privilege to install.
6.2.2.3 Usage
To Load the module do a
# modprobe mpcx48io
Applications can then read from and write to the entries in the proc file system to control the digital I/Os.
Name
/proc/mpcx48/dout
/proc/mpcx48/din
/proc/mpcx48/ttyS0-mode
/proc/mpcx48/ttyS1-mode
/proc/mpcx48/lp-mode
Access
Read/write
Read
Read/write
Read/write
Read/write
Function
Digital outputs
Digital inputs
Mode of ttyS0
Mode of ttyS1
Mode of lp
Range
0..7
0..7
com, gps
com, gsm
lp, io
Note that in order to access the digital I/Os no printer driver must be loaded. However, access to the serial
port mode switch always working.
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6.2.3 Linux SM855 Wachtdog support
The watchdog must be programmed directly on the Winbond 83627 SUPER I/O:
The necessary driver is included the Linux kernel:
Description in the Linux kernel tree:
./Documentation/watchdog/
Source of the watchdog module (kernel module):
- is2-isa
- w83727hf_wd
In linux kernel 2.6.15 the filename of watchdog source is "w83627hf_wdt.c"
The watchdog timeout is fixed and = 60 sec
If one want a shorter timeout one have to modify the source.
6.2.4 Linux SM855 reading temperature
Required Kernel modules:
i2c_i801 (Intel 82801DB)
adm1021 (ADM1023 Sensor)
eeprom
i2c_core
i2c_sensor
i2c_dev (SMBus unter /dev)
Getting the sensor data
With sysfs data can be read under /sys/class/i2c-adapter/i2c-x/device/x-xxxx/
Device Addresses:
ADM1023: 0x4e (1001110)
AT24c64: 0x57 (1010111)
SO-DIMM: 0x50 (1010000)
adm1021:
temp1_input: Sensor
temp2_input: CPU
eeprom:
eeprom: EEPROM Daten
The address from the EEPROM is 0x57 (SMBus address)
With the tool eeprog it should be possible to read values from the EEPROM. The problem is that you
have to adapt this tool to our board. At the moment we are not able to do that. But you can download
the tool from the following website: http://codesink.org/eeprog.html and try it.
Read from/Write to EEPROM with eeprog:
eeprog (http://codesink.org/eeprog.html)
eeprog /dev/i2c-0 0x57 -x -16 -r 0x400:0x400 (liest Byte EEPROM aus 0x400..0x7FF)
ATTENTION: full write access, also to the lower 1k segment!
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7 SOFTWARE
7.1 Windows Int15 Tool
Please find the tool and the driver under: x:\tools\mpcx4_\INT15 on the product CD or in the download area
of the support center.
Note:
Before you can use these tools, you have to install the Windows WDM driver first.
See chapter 6.1.4
7.1.1 Int15 Windows Software
_ WinInt15.exe (Int15 function test tool)
_ T855.exe (Temperatur sensor (SMBUS) monitor)
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7.2 COM Switch (GPS / GSM switch)
Location: x:\tools\mpcx4_\mpcx48\COM_Switch\ COM48Switch.exe
Before you can use the GSM or GPS module, you have to execute the tool COM48Switch.exe, but
first the Windows WDM driver must be installed (See chapter 6.1.4)
You can also use the command line the set the COM:
ATTENTION! Since the bios version MPCX V3.0 it is also possible to set the COMSwitch48 function in the
bios setup. Please refer to the chapter 4.7.1.2
7.3 DIO (Digital I/O)
Location: x:\tools\mpcx4_\mpcx48\DIO\DIO.exe
Note:
Before you can use these tools, you have to install the dio_installx.exe first.
See chapter 6.1.7
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7.4 Ignition Shutdown Software
Location: x:\tools\mpcx4_\mpcx48\Ignition\ IgDown.exe
This software is working only with MPCX-48 board and driver “DIO” must be installed.
It’s based on monitoring of the IGNITION signal every 5 sec.
After start, this software shows an icon in the system tray. To view it as GUI form it’s necessary to click on
this icon.
Option “Ignition Alarm” enables appearing of the GUI form, when IGNITION signal is going to inactive state,
otherwise it will just show an “Alarm” icon in the tray.
Option “Start with Windows” enables to start application automatically after Windows startup.
Option “Use Hibernation” enables to use hibernation instead of shutdown, if hibernation is enabled.
“ShutDown Timeout” define timing interval between detection of the inactive IGNITION signal state and software shutdown (or hibernation). Thus this software will initiate system shutdown in “ShutDown Timeout” timing interval after detection of inactive state of the IGNITION signal.
Press the button “Q” to quit application, because “Close” button will only minimize application to the system
tray and application will stay active.
Note:
Before you can use these tools, you have to install the ADCDIO driver first. See chapter 6.1.7
Developer Bundle: You will find a developer bundle on the product CD to develop own applications
(\tools\mpcx4_\mpcx48\developer-bundle\…)
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7.5.1 Phone tool
The “Phone” program demonstrates some features of the GSM/GPRS module.
Location: x:\tools\mpcx4_\Phone\phone.exe
(for more information about the tool, please have a look into phone.hlp: x\tools\mpcx4_\Phone\MC45-55-75)
Note:
- Before you can use these tools, you have to install the Windows WDM driver first
See chapter 6.1.4
- In the MPCX48 no voice functions are available – only data transfer (data or sms) is possible
7.5.2 Module Demo
Location: x:\tools\mpcx4_\Phone\MC35\ModuleDemo.exe
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7.6 GPS Diagnostic Tool
Location: x:\tools\mpcx4_\GPS\ VisualGPSInstall.exe
Use this tool to check if the GPS receiver is receiving any satellites.
Execute the file VisualGPSInstall.exe to install the Visual GPS tool. Visual GPS is freeware.
For more details, please refer to the readme in the tool.
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7.7 Video Framegrabber tools
7.7.1 AMCap 878A for WINDOWS
Location: x:\drivers\mpcx48\VIDEO_IN\
AMCap from Microsoft-XP is a sample application which can preview and capture input from audio / video
capture PC peripherals, including (but not limited to) 1394 conferencing cameras, DV camcorders, USB microphones and webcams, and TV tuner cards. AMCap is provided in the Windows DDK as a tool for testing
Video Capture drivers and drivers.
Usage
-File - AMCap can save audio and / or video as a file in the Microsoft AVI (Audio Video Interleave) format.
See the DirectX documentation for additional information on AVI files
-File -Set Capture File - specify a file location for the captured file (before capture)
-File -Allocate File Space - pre-allocate a file for improved performance (generally unnecessary on PCs
faster than 200 mHz)
-File -Save Captured Video As - save a captured file (after capture)
-Devices - AMCap lists the Video and Audio devices available on the menu. You can select from multiple
choices
-Options
-Options -Preview – toggle video preview on / off
-Options -Audio Format – specify audio capture options
-Options -Video Capture Filter – specify video filter settings (see the DirectX SDK for additional information)
Selects PAL/NTSC or SECAM Format !
-Options -Video Capture Pins – specify video filter settings (see the DirectX SDK for additional information)
-Capture -Start Capture – start capture to file
-Capture -Stop Capture – stop capture to file (pressing the Escape key will also halt the capture)
-Capture -Capture Audio – toggle audio capture on / off
-Capture -Closed Captioning – toggle closed captioning on / off (closed caption enabled device must be
available – see DDK documentation for details)
-Capture -Master Stream – specify which stream (audio, video, none) is used to synchronize the capture
-Capture -Set Frame Rate – select the frames per second for video capture
-Capture -Set Time Limit – specify a length of time for the capture to last
Complete documentation for AMCap (including source code) is in the Microsoft DirectX SDK, which is available as a free download on the DirectX Home Page at http://www.microsoft.com/directx.
Channel selection:
Channel 1 = internal TV-Tuner
Channel 2 = external Svideo Source (input on the rearside)
Channel 3 = not used
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Digital-Logic AG Video Grabber for 878A of MPC40 Systems
Location: x:\Software\VideoIn
If you need other TV-Standard as PAL, than select the standard with the AMCap bevor
Using this videograbber.
Selects PAL/NTSC or SECAM Format in AMCap !
The VIDEOGRABBER program is intended for showing the simple use of video input.
At the first start up of the program, it is necessary to have a driver available, which supports the capturing feature. Open
dialog window „Settings“(the button “ ”) and choose the driver in the drop-down list. If no driver is mentioned, then it’s
necessary to close the program and to install a driver, using the Windows standard driver installation procedure.
Main window buttons assignment:
Captures single frame from the video-input and copies it to standard Windows clipboard (Ctrl+C).
Captures single frame and saves it as standard Windows graphics file (“bmp” format) (Alt+F).
Captures video-stream and saves it as standard Windows video file (“avi” format). To stop capture, press the ESC
key or press the button again (Alt+G).
Plays captured video file. Pressing this button while playing stops the playing and allows you to look at any frame
of the video file, using the slider under the toolbar (Alt+P).
Opens “Settings” dialog window (Alt+S).
Shows this help file (F1).
Exits the program (Alt+X).
Settings
This dialog allows you to adjust picture parameters, select
input video channel and set the timing values for the video
capturing process.
The buttons “Video Format”, “Video Source” and “Video Display”
calls appropriated dialogs for changing some parameters of the
picture format such as “Brightness”, “Contrast”, image dimensions
and some others.
The button “Compression” calls a dialog of video compression. This
dialog box lets you specify software compression techniques during
a capture session. Because software compression requires
processing time, it is generally inappropriate to use it during a realtime capture, except at very slow frame rates. The RLE compression
method, which requires similar processing time during capture and
playback, is the only recommended method during real-time
capture.
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“Options”:
Preview. Sets the display area to display an image stored in the frame buffer after capture.
Overlay. Sets the display area to display the video-input signal from the hardware source (before capture).
“Capture Video Sequence”: This lets you specify parameters for the capture session and the video sequence, including
the video and audio format.
There are the following options:
Frame Rate. Sets the number of frames per second to capture. More frames per second provide a better quality but require more storage space and a faster data-transfer rate. The maximum is determined by the capabilities of your capture
system.
Enable Capture Time Limit. Specifies whether to capture for a preset length of time. If this option is selected, you can
type a time-limited value in the Seconds box.
Capture Audio. Specifies whether to capture audio while capturing video, ensuring close synchronization between the
audio and video tracks.
“Capture File”: A file created on the hard disk for the purpose of storing captured video and audio data.
Troubleshooting:
A video source for real-time capture (such as a video camera or video recorder) provides an uninterrupted stream of information to the capture hardware. The capture
hardware copies each frame of the video sequence (and each portion of audio) and
transfers it to the disk before the next frame of data enters the capture hardware. A
video frame contains one image of the video sequence.
Real-time capture demands a fast computer and hard disk. The computer must process and store the incoming video
frame before the next frame is received in the capture board. If the system gets slower, during capture, frames of video
data are dropped (lost).
Note During capture, your hard disk might not keep up with the frame rate you specified. If this occurs, the program inserts blank frames where it is unable to store frame data. When the capture session is completed, the program reports
the number of blank or dropped frames. Dropped frames use minimal storage space (8 bytes) and do not adversely affect audio/video synchronization.
Note: Using enough fast frame rate on a slow computer, will might cause a crash or hanging your system.
This software release has been tested on a DLAG PENTIUM 166 computer, showing good results under the following
conditions:
Video format – 320x240, 8 bit.
a. Overlay “on”, frame rate = 5 fps.
b. Preview and Overlay “off”, frame rate = 8 fps.
Video Grabber (C) 2002 DIGITAL-LOGIC AG
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7.8 Identification Utility
7.8.1 Processor Frequency Utility
Path: x:\ tools\mpcx4_\fidenu32.msi
7.8.2 Frequency Display
Path: x:\tools\mpcx4_\FrequencyDisplay202.exe
7.8.3 Chipset Identification Utility
Path: x:\tools\mpcx4_\CHIPUTIL.EXE
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8 BIOS
The BIOS-setup menu allows several adjustments of the system which must be implemented only by skilled
personal.
8.1 BIOS-History
Version/
Release:
Date:
2.9
May 05
Description
CPUID for Dothan Revision C0 (CPUID 6D8)
ACPI battery state, capacity and remaning time, ACPI negative
temp. capture corrected
- Separate bios version for the MPCX48
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3.01
December 05
3.03
March 06
3.04
March 06
3.05
November 06
CRTFIX: Added Setup Item IGD - CRTFix to set the LID
Switch Status. If Closed, the windows driver switch off LVDS
and switch to CRT
-
Default Primary Video Adapter:
Added Setup Item Default Primary Video -Adapter, so its
possible to select wich graphic card is primary (Internal or
PCI)
-
ACPI Fix for no Picture after StandBy
-
New VGA Bios Version 1235 Add resolution 800x480 for
LVDS Display
-
New PXE Boot Extension (removed RPL cause it was too
large)
-
MemoryWindow set to 2MB for CardBus behind PCI Bridge
-
- Special Version for MPCX48 : Add COM_Switch for GPS
and GSM Module into Bios
Final Video Bios from Intel 1270
CH4/ICH4M universal Bios
Fix for wrong SpeedStep Table if GV3
Fix for secondary IDE (was always Removable)
-
Corrected detection of Celeron without SpeedStep and TM1
Added USB 2.0 Legacy Support
Menu to select USB FullSpeed (USB1.1) or HiSpeed
(USB2.0)
Disabling of USB2.0 Support fixed
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Version/
Release:
8.0
Date:
Description
25.6.03
Basic Version
Remarks
File
8.3 Activate the BIOS setup
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After turning on the device, immediately press the key:
F2
and the menu of the BIOS setup appears.
8.4 Phoenix BIOS function keys
The special keys which are used in the Phoenix BIOS are:
Action:
Call BIOS
Change settings
Navigation
Save and Exit
Terminate
Key:
F2
SPACE /
ENTER
Arrows
F10
ESC
8.5 Key <ESC>
Pressing of <Esc> changes to the POST screen and activates one of two functions:
1.
In case multi boot is installed the boot process is running to the end of POST, where the Boot
First Menu will be shown:
Loading of an operating system of a bootable free selectable carrier.
Go into setup.
Leaving the Boot First Menu (with <ESC>) and loading of the operating system in the defined
sequence.
If multi boot is not installed the process is carried out without query.
8.6 Key <F2>
Through pressing of key <F2> during the boot process change will be made onto POST screen and the
BIOS setup will be displayed.
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8.7 Download CORE-BIOS
Before downloading a BIOS, please check as follows:
-
Make a bootable diskette including the following files:
- DELEP855.EXE
- phlash16.exe
- core BIOS (SM855_xx_FLASHABL.ROM)
Rename the SM855_xx_FLASHABL.ROM file to bios.wph
IMPORTANT:
Do not use boot disks created in a Windows operating system. If you do not have a MSDOS 6.22 disk available, you can download a boot disk from www.bootdisk.com .
NOTE:
Use SM855_xx_FLASHABL.ROM for downloading with the phlash16.exe.
The bios SM855_xx.cor is only usable for external programmer.
_ Select the SHADOW option in the BIOS, for a BIOS and VGA (if this option is available).
_ Disable the EMM386 or other memory managers in the CONFIG.SYS of your bootdisk.
_ Make sure, that the PHLASH16.EXE programm and the BIOS to download are on the same path and directory!
_ Boot the DOS without config.sys & autoexec.bat -> press “F5” while starting DOS boot.
_ Is the empty diskspace, where the PHLASH16.EXE is located, larger than 64kB (for safe storage)
_ Is the floppydisk not write-protected
Start the DOWNLOADING process:
1. Start the system with the bootable diskette. If you do not have a bootable diskette or floppy drive,
you may can start in DOS mode by pressing the F5 key to disable the autoexec.bat and config.sys.
2. Run DELEP855.EXE to clear the CMOS and the EEPROM
IF YOU DO NOT RUN THE DELEP855.EXE, THE SYSTEM WILL BE DESTROYED DURING THE BIOS
UPGRADE!
1. Run phlash16.exe
2. If the bios download is finished you have to power off the system
3. After power on the system, press "F2" to enter the setup, set the default values with "F9" and save and
leave the setup with "F10"
4. Power off the system
5. Power on the system and wait for the long “beep” signal
6. Power off the system again
7. Now the download procedure is finished
Product:
BIOS-Core download
File-Extension:
BIOS Size:
Addressrange:
MSM855
PHOENIX- BIOS
*.COR
1024k
E0000 - FFFFFh
PHLASH16.EXE
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8.8 Error Messages (Beep Codes)
During the boot process the BIOS produces status messages in the shape of data onto Port 80H and acoustically by internal beeper in case the screen is not initialized.
PHOENIX
1
1-2
2-2-3-1
1-3-4-1
1-3-4-3
1-3-1-1
1-3-1-3
1-2-2-3
1-2-3-1
1-2-3-3
1-3-3-1
1-4-2-1
1 x sort signal before
booting (INT19H)
Search for BIOS extensions. 1x long, 2x short
signal by faulty checksum.
Test at not allowed interrupt
Memory address error
xxxx
Memory data error xxxx
Test memory freshening
Test 8742 keyboard controller
BIOS ROM checksum
Timer error
DMA controller error
Memory error
CMOS error, set standard
value in BIOS setup
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8.9 BIOS Settings
8.9.1 Quick guide:
8.9.1.1 Sub Menu „Main Choice“
In this main overview the following changes can be carried out:
Set Date/Time (see chart below)
Turn on and off quick boot resp. diagnostic screen.
•
Language choice between german and english.
Feature
System time
System date
Options
HH:MM:SS
MM/DD/YYYY
Description
Set time
Set of current date
8.9.1.2 Sub Menu „Advanced“
For Win95 „Installed O/S“ set <Win95>, for all other operating systems to position <other>. The BIOS requires this information for the identification of PnP under Windows 95.
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PS/2 Mouse
Shut down Control
Options
Enabled
Disabled
Auto Detect
OS Controlled
Off
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„Disabled“ activates the mouseport and sets
free the IRQ12 for the ISA Bus.
The ATX Support will be deactivated which
means that the voltages won’t automatically
deactivated during shut down.
The ATX Support will be switched on
whereby the system can be switched off on
software base after shutting down.
8.9.1.3 I/O Device Configuration
Feature
Serial interface
A:
Seraial interface
B:
Options
Disabled
Enabled
Auto
OS Controlled
Parallel Port:
Disabled
Enabled
Auto
OS Controlled
Mode
Output only
Bi-directional
Description
“Disabled” turns off the ports.
“Enabled” requires a manual base address
and an IRQ.
“Auto” configurates through PnP resources
for the interface.
“OS Controlled”: The BIOS leaves the assigning of the resources to the operating system and reserves no resources.
„Disabled“ turns off the serial interfaces.
„Enabled“ requires a manual base address
and a IRQ.
“Auto” configurates through PnP resources
for the interface.
“OS Controlled”: The BIOS leaves the assigning of the resources to the operating system and reserves no resources
Output only is the standard protocol for the
unidirectional operation.
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8.9.1.4 Submenu „Security“
To use password security functions see following chart:
Feature
Setting of
user password
Feature
Setting of
supervisor
password
Password on
boot
Options
Max. 7 alpanumeric figures
Options
Max. 7 alphanumeric
figures
Enabled
Disabled
Description
Pressing the <Enter> key summons the entering of a
user password. Therewith certain settings are protected.
Description
Pressing the <Enter> key summons the entering of a
supervisor password. This function allows full access to
all settings.
Setting „Enabled“ summons the entering of a password
for boot function from floppy.
8.9.1.5 List of Supported USB Devices
Excerpt of devices tested by Digital-Logic:
Devices
USB Floppies
Manufacture
TEAC Model FD-05PUB
USB Keyboards
Logitech, iTouch
CHICONY, KU8933
OK
USB Mice
Logitech, Mini Wheel Mouse M-BE55
OK
USB CDR-WRITERS
IOMEGA Predator USB 4x4x6 EU
Acer CRW 6424MU
USB CD- ROMS
FREECOM FC-CD40
Failed
USB CDR-WRITERS
USB 2.0 CD-R-Writers
USB-CD
USB memory stick
USB 2.0 memory stick
HP CD-Writer 8230e
Failed
Teac DW-224PUK
TEAC-210
ASUS BlackPerl 32MB
SanDisk cruzer mini (128MB – 1GB)
SanDisk Micro (Misc size)
SwissBit 128MB
Boot
Results
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
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This list is subject to a permanent update and extension.
The right column contains a not final list of the devices supported by PHOENIX
Possibly not all devices of the list are directly supported due to space problems. The service team of DigitalLogic is responsible for individual wishes of customers.
PHOENIX:
Device
USB HUBS
Manufacturer
D-Link DSB H7 (8 port)
D_Link H4 (4 port)
SANTE (4 port)
USB MIN SIIG Hub (4 port)
Belkin Express Bus (8 port)
NCI Hub (4 port hub)
ADS Ultra Hub (4 port hub)
Friendly Net Hub (4 port hub)
Interface
Connect at least 6 USB Hub in to the
Platform. Connect all USB devices to
them.
Most of them should be detected and
function as usual.
USB Keyboards
USB BTC KB Model: 7932
USB Otronic M/N: Scorpius 980N
NEC
CHERRY M/N: G80_3400_100
Connect USB KB in to the USB Hub with
PS/2 KB.
It should function as usual.
USB Mice
USB MS InteliMouse 1.1A
USB Belkin mouse
USB AVB ID: HQXPC97010_06
Interex M/N: MOSXU
Logitec M/N: M_UA3T
InteliMouse Explorer
Connect USB Mouse in the a USB Hub
with the PS/Mouse. It should function as
usual.
USB Floppies
TEAK Model FD-05PUB
TEAK Model FD-05PU
Mitsumi (no model No.)
Sony ITC
Y-E DATA ver. 3.12
VST Model: FDUSB-M Y-E Data
Connect at least 2 USB FD in to the one
of the USB Hub with the Legacy Floppy.
They should function as usual.
USB ZIP Drives IOMEGA 100 MB ZIP Drive
IOMEGA 250 MB ZIP Drive
USB Hard
Drives
USB 2.2 GB ORB HDD
USB DiskOnKey (DOK) Ver 21D
USB CDROMS
Panasonic KXL-RW20AN 4X
IOMEGA ZIP CD-ROM
TEAK USB CD_ROM (CDWE54E)
Addonics CD-ROM
Addonics CD-RW
Addonics DVD
USB LS-120
Drive
Imation Super Disk LS-120 Matsushita
Addonics Super Disk LS-240
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Connect both USB ZIP drives in to the
USB Hub.
One is functional.
Connect both USB HDD drives in to the
USB Hub and boot to DOS.
They should function as usual.
Connect all USB CD-ROM and IDE CDROM as 1 st boot device and boot to
DOS.
Connect USB LS-120/240 and boot to
DOS.
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8.9.2.1 HDD settings
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8.9.3.1 Advanced IO
8.9.3.2 Advanced KB
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8.9.3.3 Advanced Cache
ATTENTION!
If you change the red marked settings, the board will not start up anymore! Only with a external VGA
board it is possible to access the bios setup to set the default values.
8.9.3.4 PCI Configuration
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8.9.3.5 PCI/PNP ISA IRQ Exclusion
8.9.3.6 PCI/PNP ISA UMB Region Exclusion
ATTENTION!
If you change the red marked settings, the board will not start up anymore! Only with a external VGA
board it is possible to access the bios setup to set the default values.
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8.9.3.8 Advanced Console
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8.9.4.1 Intel CPU
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8.9.4.3 Intel Video
ATTENTION!
If you change the red marked settings, the board will not start up anymore! Only with a external VGA
board it is possible to access the bios setup to set the default values.
Exception: If you want to install a external VGA card on the PC104 or PC104+ BUS.
8.9.4.4 Intel ICH
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8.9.4.5 Intel ACPI
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8.9.5 Security
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8.9.7 Boot
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INTERFACES AND ADDRESSMAP
9.1
Digital 3Bit Outputs (Relais Option)
The 3 digital outputs are fully software controlled and are coupled with the relays.
DIGITAL OUTPUT Specs:
Type:
Channels:
Output:
Isolation voltage:
Switch:
Max. Current:
Contact voltage:
Max. frequency:
Current protection:
Latchable output
3
Relais-isolated
1500V
Relays
2 Amp
60VAC
100Hz
none
Schematic of each output channel:
Akx (active)
MKx (common)
RKx (passive)
TTL
Contact description:
Akx
Workingcontacts AK0 to AK2 close with a logic “1”
RKx Quietcontact RK0 to RK2
MKx Commoncontact
Programming the digital outputs:
NEW FOR MPCX48!
(Port 378h)
Bit 0 for digital output 0
“”””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””
Bit 1 for digital output 1 ( 1= ON , 0=OFF)
Bit 2 for digital output 2 ( 1= ON, 0=OFF)
Read back the status of the digital output with reading the adress 378h.
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Digital 3Bit Inputs (Option)
The 3 digital input are readed by the software.
DIGITAL INPUT Specs:
Type:
Channels:
Output:
Isolation voltage:
High voltage:
Switching point:
Low voltage:
Max. Input frequency:
Current protection:
Invers current protection:
Voltage source / max. Voltage:
74HCT244
3
Opto-isolated
1500V
5-28V
4,4V
0-2 V
1kHz
none
yes
12/24Volt
Schematics of each input channel:
XD0+
150Ώ
1N4148
TIL181
TTL
500Ώ
Z5V6
XD0-
Read the digital inputs:
NEW FOR MPCX48
Port 379h:
Bit 0 for digital input 0
“””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””
LPT1 base address +1
Input0: Error = Bit3
Input1: ACK = Bit6
Input2: Busy = Bit7
I (mA)
60
55.6
50
46.1
42.3
40
34.7
30
28.6
20
13.4
10
2
4.4
2.9
1.4
0
3
4
5.9
5
4.4
5
10
20
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Ignition Input sensitivity
The ignition input is very senitive.
The switching point is at 1.4volt.
I (mA)
25
21.2
20
17.4
16
15
13.5
11
10
5
5.2
0
0.03
1
*1.4
2.2
0.5
0.2
2
5
10
20
24
28
30
35
U (V)
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DIMENSIONS
10.1
Dimensions length
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Dimensions mounting holes
Will be added in a later version of thjis manual.
10.4
Dimensions front view
10.5
Dimensions rear view
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Q&A – QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS:
Question / Problem:
Solution:
There is no picture after changing values in the menu You have to press the following key combination to
"DISPALY PROPERTIES -> Settings":
get a picture again:
CTRL+ALT+Fx
Fx:
F1 = VGA
F2 or F3 = SVIDEO
F4 = DVI
The computer does start up automatically after connecting the VCC
The computer does not start up automatically after
connecting the VCC
The computer does not start up after connecting the
VCC
It is not possible to install a operating system with my
USB 2.0 CD-Rom
Option COM3/4 does not work / is not installed in the
operating system
COM1 / COM 2 does not work
The sound quality is bad
The power button does not work
Strange behaivor of the system during the boot up
the OS or during using the system
After changing the hardware to a newer revision or
version with the IHC4, Windows get a blue screen
during the boot up
We recommend to change the settings in the Intel
garphic menu:
"DISPLAY PROPERTIES -> Settings -> Advanced ->
Intel -> device properties"
Please refer to chapter 4.2 Startup modes
Check the startup mode (chapter 4.2) and if the ignition voltage is >8V
Please refer to chapter 4.2 Startup modes
Connect the USB 2.0 CD-Rom to the front USB
connectors
Check if the USB cable is not too long
Depending the OS you have to install COM3 and
COM4 manually in the device manager
Depending the OS you have to set the IRQ
and/or the base address manually in the device
manager
You have to reserve the IRQ 10 and IRQ 11 to
ISA in the bios setup.
Please refer to chapter 7.2. The COMSWITCH must
be set correctly
Please configure the sound driver as described in
chapter
You have to enable the hibernation function int the
Windows energy options
Enter the bios setup and set the primary IDE channel
to “user” (instead “auto”). Change the value “Ultra
DMA Mode” = “2”
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You have to install the Windows again (New installation of the OS)
Note:
To have a better sound quality please configure the
“Sound” as follows:
Sound Quality
enter the menu settings
enable the “AUX” input in the playback device area
Mute the following inputs: AUX, CD-Player, Phone, Line IN
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INDEX
G
8
8259A
60
A
AC97 Sound
AC97-SOUND
Active cooler
Addressing PCI devices
Auto Mode
63
80
72
59
35
B
Beep Codes
BIOS
BIOS Settings
BIOS-History
99
96
100
96
GPS Receiver
GPS Diagnostic Tool
GSM / GPRS
I
Ignition Shutdown Software
Indicator LED’s
INGITION-Input
Installation of Windows 2000 & XP
Int15 emulator
Int15 emulator driver for Windows
Int15 Windows Software
INTEL 855GM
Intel-ICH4
Interrupt Controllers
IRQ usage
C
Chipset
Chipset Identification Utility
COM Switch
Connectors on frontside
LAN / Ethernet
LCD PanelLink
LINUX
77
65
74
O
48
47
10
60
118
117
81, 88
120
61
98
76
83
65
Operating Elements
Operating Systems Compatibility
Operating temperature
Options
Ordering Codes
31, 33
74
16
19
18
P
Packing List
Parallel Interface
Pentium-M
Power Supply
Processor Frequency Utility
E
ELinOS
EMI / EMC
Error Messages
89
32
35
76
81
87
87
55
57
60
60
L
76
95
88
31
D
DC-Powercable
DC-Powerinput
Declaration of conformity
Device Manager
Digital 3Bit Inputs
Digital 3Bit Outputs
Digital I/O
DIMENSIONS
Display Properties
Download the VGA-BIOS
Driver
Dualhead
DVI
69
91
71, 90
22
52
53
47
95
Q
74
15
99
Q&A
Questions and Answers
125
125
R
F
Framegrabber
Framegrabber 878A
Frequency Display
92
93
95
127
Realtime OS
Remote ON/OFF
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SanDisk Cruzer Micro
Security
Serial Interfaces
Software
Specifications
Start Up Modes
V
31
15
51
87
12
35
T
Thermal Specifications
Windows
Windows CE
WLAN Option
www.xfree86.org
128
74
74
68
83
X
X-Window
64
77
W
73
U
USB V2.0
VGA / CRT
83
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