APOLLO Technical Manual
APOLLO
Intel Celeron M/Pentium M based
EBX Single Board Computer
Technical Manual
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Manual
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Date
Comments
Issue A
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27 April 2005
Release of short form manual.
© 2005 Arcom.
Arcom is a subsidiary of Spectris plc.
For contact details, see page 47.
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APOLLO Technical Manual
Contents
Contents
Introduction ........................................................................................................................................4
APOLLO ‘at a glance’ ............................................................................................................5
Features.................................................................................................................................7
Support products....................................................................................................................9
Development kits .................................................................................................................10
Handling your board safely ..................................................................................................11
Conventions .........................................................................................................................12
Getting started with your APOLLO ...................................................................................................13
CPU configuration................................................................................................................13
Installing memory.................................................................................................................13
Installing a processor ...........................................................................................................14
Connecting a floppy disk drive .............................................................................................15
Connecting a hard disk drive ...............................................................................................15
Connecting a CD-ROM (IDE Type) ......................................................................................15
Connecting a CompactFlash card........................................................................................16
Connecting a keyboard ........................................................................................................16
Connecting a mouse ............................................................................................................16
Using the serial interfaces (RS232) .....................................................................................16
Connecting a printer.............................................................................................................17
Using the audio features ......................................................................................................17
Using the flat panel interface ...............................................................................................17
Using the USB ports ............................................................................................................17
Using the Ethernet interface ................................................................................................17
Using the 1394 ports............................................................................................................18
Jumpers and connectors..................................................................................................................19
Jumpers ...............................................................................................................................21
Connectors...........................................................................................................................25
Appendix A – Contacting Arcom.......................................................................................................47
Appendix B – Specification ..............................................................................................................48
Appendix C – APOLLO mechanical diagram ...................................................................................51
Appendix D – TFT display interface cable .......................................................................................53
Appendix E – Reference information ...............................................................................................55
Index ................................................................................................................................................57
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Introduction
Introduction
The APOLLO is an EBX format, high-performance, high-functionality PC-compatible
processor board designed for embedding into OEM equipment. The board is based on
the Intel 855GME/ICH4 chipset and supports a range of Intel Pentium M and Celeron M
mobile processors to offer a combination of high performance computing features with
low power dissipation.
It offers all standard features and connectors found on a PC motherboard including:
•
Multiple video ports.
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Audio.
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Two Ethernet ports.
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CF+ CompactFlash Type II socket.
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Four serial ports, parallel port, IrDA port.
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Primary IDE interface.
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Six USB 2.0 compliant ports.
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Two IEEE1394a-2000 compliant (Firewire) ports.
•
General purpose IO and user defined jumpers.
Factory build options available include a Gigabit Ethernet option. (This replaces one of
the 10/100 Ethernet controllers).
The board is able to run all popular operating systems including Windows XP/XPe
and Linux.
Typical applications for the APOLLO include:
•
Low power, high density server racks.
•
1U or 2U systems with passive cooling for fan-less operation.
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Systems requiring high levels of hardware/software security.
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Server/client systems using Trusted Computing.
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Compact kiosk systems.
The board can be purchased in the following variants:
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Standard.
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Gigabit.
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Celeron M 600MHz.
All options are also available with a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) option.
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APOLLO ‘at a glance’
ATX power supply connector
COM4 RS485/RS422 serial port
IrDA connector
System and CPU
fans
Front panel
interface
Primary IDE
interface
LVDS display
interface
COM3/COM4
RS232 serial
ports
LCD backlight
connector
System control
interface
Firewire port 1
3 stereo audio jacks
CompactFlash
socket
USB3/USB4
S/PDIF optical output
PCI slot
CD audio input
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BIOS write protect/PCI power select
Video option
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VGA CRT
Firewire
Parallel port
Primary LAN
COM1
Keyboard
COM2
Secondary LAN USB1
Mouse
Line Out
Mic In
Line In
USB2
Side view showing connectors
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Features
Processor
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Intel Pentium M and Celeron M processor options.
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North Bridge: Intel 82555GME.
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South Bridge: Intel 82801DB/ICH4.
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400MHz processor side bus speed.
Chipset
System memory
•
Up to 1024MB PC2700 DDR DIMM.
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PhoenixBIOS boot from HDD, FDD, CDROM, CompactFlash, USB device or
network boot.
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Integrated Intel Extreme Graphics 2.
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VGA CRT interface - 2048 x 1536 @ 75Hz.
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LVDS interface (single/dual channel) -1600 x 1200 @ 60Hz.
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Dual graphics controller - allows for two independent video displays.
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Additional LVDS, DVI and TV-out also available via add-on module.
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AC97 codec with support for six channel 5.1 speaker output.
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S/PDIF (Sony/Philips Digital Interface) compressed digital output to optical
transmitter.
BIOS
Video
Audio
Network support
•
Dual 10/100baseTx Ethernet ports.
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Factory build option for 10/100 and 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports.
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Six USB 2.0 channels: four on-board; two via an add-on module.
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2 x RS232.
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1 x RS232/IrDA.
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1 x RS232/422/485.
USB interface
Serial ports
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Other ports, connectors and sockets
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Printer, mouse, keyboard and floppy drive ports. (Slimline floppy via flat flex
connector.)
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Auxiliary connector for LCD character display, GPIO, LED drivers and SMBus.
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Two IEEE1394a-2000 Firewire ports (100/200/400Mbps).
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PCI Rev 2.2 expansion with support for three PCI bus master cards via a riser card.
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IDE ATA hard drive port (Ultra ATA100/66/33, PlO).
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CompactFlash (CF+) version 2.0 Type Il socket for memory and I/O cards.
Integrated security features
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Alert Standard Format (ASF 1.03) support.
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Unique ID, tamper detection circuitry.
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Trusted platform module (factory build option) using Atmel AT97SC3201.
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Provides hardware-based authentication of platform trust level, a secure store for
private keys and an inbuilt encryption engine (compliant to TCG Spec 1.1).
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Support products
The APOLLO is supported by the following optional products:
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1U 19" wide APOLLO ICE (Industrial Compact Enclosure)
Provides easy-to-use system solutions for embedded SBC applications. It is
manufactured from 0.9mm (20 SWG) finished mild steel. The enclosure conforms to
the 19" 1EC6O297-1/2 DIN 41494 and MEP IEC 60917-2-1 standards and therefore
meets the 19" 1U specification in height and width. Depth is approximately 350mm.
The APOLLO ICE contains:
- 180W AC ATX PSU: Auto-ranging 100-240V AC @ 47 - 63Hz.
- Standard IO connections from rear panel.
- On/Off switch, power and HDD activity LEDs.
- Front panel connections for USB ports and IEEE1394 port.
- Access to a front panel reset switch.
- PCI riser card with two card expansion slots.
- Floppy disk, hard disk drive and CD/DVD writeable drive.
- Front panel LCD display with navigation/input switches and user LEDs.
- Tamper detect switch for enclosure lid.
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LCD display
An AU Optronics 15" XGA (1024x768) color TFT LCD display interfaces directly with
the LVDS signals provided by the APOLLO. The display has a 400:1 contrast ratio,
16ms response time and a dual CCFL backlight providing 350nits of screen
brightness.
•
TSC1 (TouchScreen Controller)
The Arcom TSC1 can be used to provide analog resistive touchscreen support for
the APOLLO. The TSC1 is designed to directly interface between four-, five- or
eight-wire analog touchscreens and a serial connection. A 1:1 ribbon cable can be
used to connect directly to one of the RS232 ports on the APOLLO. A separate +5V
connection is also required.
•
15" Touchscreen
Glass-backed 15" touchscreens are available for use in conjunction with the 15"
LCD display. Two touchscreens are available: a four-wire option and an eight-wire
option. These interface directly with the Arcom TSC1 touchscreen controller.
For more details about any of the above options, please go to www.arcom.com or
contact the Arcom sales team (see page 47).
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Development kits
Arcom offers development kits for the APOLLO board. A choice of three different
configurations is available:
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Windows XP Embedded contained on 1GB CompactFlash card.
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Windows XP Professional Edition contained on 2.5" 40GB IDE HDD.
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No operating system, no mass storage.
All three configurations are supplied with a Pentium M 1.6GHz processor, 512MB
PC2700 DDR SDRAM and are based on the Gigabit Ethernet APOLLO variant.
A range of options are available with all three development kits. Please contact the
Arcom sales team (see page 47) to discuss your requirements.
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Handling your board safely
Anti-static handling
This board contains CMOS devices that could be damaged in the event of static
electricity being discharged through them. At all times, please observe anti-static
precautions when handling the board. This includes storing the board in appropriate
anti-static packaging and wearing a wrist strap when handling the board.
Battery
The board contains a lithium non-rechargeable battery. Do not short circuit the battery
or place on a metal surface where the battery terminals could be shorted. During
shipment the battery is isolated from the board’s circuitry and should be connected
before using the board.
When disposing of the board or battery, take appropriate care. Do not incinerate, crush
or otherwise damage the battery.
Packaging
Please ensure that, should a board need to be returned to Arcom, it is adequately
packed, preferably in the original packing material.
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
The APOLLO is classified as a component with regard to the European Community
EMC regulations and it is the user’s responsibility to ensure that systems using the
board are compliant with the appropriate EMC standards.
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Conventions
The following symbols are used in this guide:
Symbol
Explanation
Note - information that requires your attention.
Tip - a handy hint that may provide a useful
alternative or save time.
Caution – proceeding with a course of action may
damage your equipment or result in loss of data.
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Getting started with your APOLLO
Once you have a working APOLLO system, you can start adding other peripherals to
enable you to start development. In this section we guide you through setting up and
using peripherals and some of the features of the APOLLO.
The APOLLO uses a PhoenixBIOS (Basic Input-Output System) to provide support for
the board as standard. BIOS defaults have been selected to enable the board to
operate with a minimum of devices connected. If you want to change these default
settings, you use the PhoenixBIOS setup program.
The setup parameters are stored in the CMOS RAM and are retained when the power
is switched off, providing the battery backup supply is connected.
CPU configuration
The APOLLO board has been specifically designed to support a range of Intel
Pentium M and Celeron M mobile processors. The appropriate voltage and speed
selections are configured during the boot process. No user configuration is required.
Installing memory
The APOLLO has one DIMM socket for an unbuffered ECC or non-ECC double data
rate (DDR) SDRAM 184-pin DIMM module. DIMM modules supported are:
•
128MB, 256MB, 512MB, and 1024MB.
•
PC1600 (200MHz), PC2100 (266MHz), and PC2700 (333MHz).
The APOLLO supports a single 184-pin DIMM module. If your board was supplied
without memory, or if you wish to upgrade your memory, then you need to source an
appropriate module.
No link settings are required to enable the board to support different memory sizes. The
BIOS automatically detects the memory and configures the board appropriately. Always
ensure that the power is switched off before attempting to insert a memory module. The
module should be inserted in an ESD safe area, and you should be wearing an earth
strap or touching a grounded surface to protect the device. The memory module is
designed to ensure that it can only be plugged in with the correct orientation. If the
module does not fit, check the key locations and ensure the memory is the correct type.
To install memory, insert the memory module vertically into the socket. The memory
module and socket are keyed to ensure the correct orientation of the module in the
socket. Once fully inserted into the socket, the module can be pressed down towards
the board. The tabs on the socket automatically latch onto the module and secure it in
place.
To remove the memory, gently pull the two tabs sideways. The module releases and
can be removed easily.
Once power is applied to the board, the BIOS automatically configures the memory.
During the memory check, a message is displayed showing the amount of memory
found.
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Installing a processor
The standard and Gigabit variants of the APOLLO board have a zero insertion force
PGA socket soldered to the board that accepts a range of Pentium M and Celeron M
µFC-PGA processors.
To install a processor into the socket, follow these steps:
1
Check that the socket actuator is in the OPEN position, as shown by an open
padlock symbol:
Socket actuator
CLOSED
position
2
OPEN position
Processor A1
position
Align the small triangle on the top side of the processor with the A1 pin position on
the socket. A small triangle on the socket shows this position, as does the
APOLLO board silkscreen.
The µFC-PGA processors are designed to only fit into the socket in one
way.
You should not have to press down on the processor to get it to fit into
the socket. If the processor does not drop completely into the socket,
check the orientation. If orientation is correct, turn the actuator on the
socket until the processor drops in completely.
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to turn the actuator to the CLOSED position. This is shown by a closed padlock
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Mount a suitable cooling solution to contact the exposed processor die before the
board is powered on. The BIOS automatically determines the processor installed
and adjusts the settings accordingly. No BIOS modifications are required.
Connecting a floppy disk drive
The APOLLO supports one slimline floppy drive via a flat flex connector. A 26-way flat
flex cable is used to provide a direct connection between the APOLLO board connector
(see J27 – Slimline floppy drive interface on page 39) and the slimline floppy drive.
Power for the floppy drive is provided over the cable.
The BIOS default configuration assumes that a 1.44MB floppy disk is connected.
You can use the PhoenixBIOS setup to change this to other floppy drive formats.
Connecting a hard disk drive
The APOLLO provides a single primary IDE controller, enabling up to two IDE devices
to be connected. For optimum performance, ATA66 drives and above should use an 80way IDE ribbon cable with 40-way connectors. An 80-way cable has additional ground
lines to improve the signal integrity at the higher ATA66 and ATA100 operating speeds.
If you add two drives to a single channel, one should be set up as a ‘master’ and the
other as a ‘slave’. The BIOS automatically detects the hard disk drive(s) during the
POST processes and configures the hardware correctly. The PhoenixBIOS allows either
a master or slave device to be the boot device.
If two drives of different performance capabilities are connected, the hardware supports
each at its maximum operating speed.
The standard APOLLO cable kit provides an 80-way IDE ribbon cable for use
with ATA66 and ATA100 drives.
Connecting a CD-ROM (IDE Type)
If a CD-ROM drive is required in the system, it may be connected in place of a
secondary drive (as detailed above). The CD-ROM should be configured as a ‘slave’
device.
Drivers are required to support a CD-ROM drive under DOS. If a bootable CD is
inserted in the drive, the BIOS can be configured to automatically boot from this CD.
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Connecting a CompactFlash card
The APOLLO has a single CF+ version 2.0 Type II CompactFlash socket that supports
both Type I and Type II CompactFlash cards. This provides support for magnetic disk
drive data storage and I/O cards such as Ethernet, serial, fax/modem, barcode scanner,
Bluetooth, 802.11b wireless LAN, wireless digital cell phone cards, and so on.
The CompactFlash socket is connected to the CardBus/PCMCIA controller. If a
CompactFlash card is plugged into the socket it acts as a normal hard disk drive and is
detected by the BIOS during the POST process. If the card has an operating system
loaded and is correctly configured to be bootable, it can be selected as a boot device
from the BIOS boot menu.
If you purchase the Arcom development kit with Windows XP Embedded, this is
supplied with a bootable 1GB CompactFlash card.
The CompactFlash card can only be inserted into the socket one way. The correct
orientation is for the top of the card (i.e. the normal printed side) to be furthest from the
PCB.
Connecting a keyboard
A PS/2 keyboard can be connected to the PS/2 MiniDIN Connector. See page 32 for
more information.
Connecting a mouse
A PS/2 mouse can be connected to the PS/2 MiniDIN Connector. See page 32 for more
information.
A driver is included on the support CD to enable a mouse to be used under DOS.
(Windows XP provides mouse support via built-in drivers.)
Using the serial interfaces (RS232)
The four serial port interfaces on the APOLLO are fully PC compatible:
•
COM1 and COM2 are decoded at standard PC address locations. PC applications
can use these ports without any special configuration.
•
COM3 and COM4 are interfaced via a PCI based dual UART. The Windows and
Linux drivers provided on the APOLLO CD allow for the configuration of these
devices as standard serial ports.
The BIOS setup screens are used to configure the operation of each of the serial ports.
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Connections to COM1 and COM2 are via standard DB9 connectors. COM3 and COM4
are interfaced via a 10-way boxed header. The pin assignment of these headers is
arranged to enable a 9-way IDC D-Type plug to be connected directly to pins 1-9 on the
cable. The D-type connector is compatible with the standard 9-way connector on a
desktop machine. A suitable cable is provided in the development kit.
Connecting a printer
An enhanced printer port is incorporated into the APOLLO. This port can be used to
support a Centronics-compatible printer or ECP/EPP bi-directional device. The port
signals are routed to directly to a female DB25 connector. This socket is compatible with
a standard printer port connector on a desktop machine. See page 38 for pin details.
Using the audio features
The APOLLO provides an AC97 audio codec that supports standard line in, line out, mic
in functionality, or alternatively can be configured in software to support the 5.1 speaker
output format. The audio outputs are made available through board-mounted 3.5mm
stereo jacks. Interfaces are also available to support an optical S/PDIF (Sony Philips
Digital Interface) connector and CD audio input.
See pages 27 and 29 for further details.
Using the flat panel interface
The APOLLO provides a dual channel LVDS display header that can be used to directly
interface to LVDS LCD displays up to a maximum resolution of 1600x1200. The display
type is selected from the PhoenixBIOS Intel IGD video setup menu.
Using the USB ports
The standard USB connector is a 4-way socket, which provides power and data signals
to the USB peripheral. It is a USB Type A connector.
USB ports 1 and 2 are standard USB Type A connectors (J4B and J4C). USB Ports 3
and 4 are provided on a 10-way header (J18) designed to be compatible with PC
expansion brackets that support two USB sockets. USB ports 5 and 6 are supported via
a board interfaced through the video option connector (J16). The 10-way header
provided on the video option board has a pinout corresponding to J18.
See pages 30 and 44 for further details.
Using the Ethernet interface
The APOLLO is supplied with two 10/100 Ethernet ports as standard. A factory build
option is also available which provides one 10/100 Ethernet port and one 10/100/1000
Ethernet port, thus providing Gigabit Ethernet capability.
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Two LEDs on each RJ-45 port provide information about its operation, as follows:
•
The LED on the left (as you look at the connector) tells you about the speed the port
is currently operating at.
•
The LED on the right (as you look at the connector) tells you whether the connector
is currently linked to the network, and indicates when activity takes place via that
link, i.e. when data is passing through.
The information provided by each LED is explained in the following table:
Ethernet port
Left LED (Speed)
Right LED (Link/Activity)
10/100
Green: 100Mb/s
Off: 10Mb/s
Yellow: Link connected
Flashes: Activity is taking
place
10/100/1000
Orange: 1000Mb/s
Green: 100Mb/s
Yellow: Link connected
Flashes: Activity is taking
place
Off: 10Mb/s
Using the 1394 ports
The APOLLO provides two IEEE1394 ports capable of supporting connection speeds of
100, 200 and 400Mbps, and of providing a bus power capability.
The IEEE1394 Port 0 (J4A) is a 6-pin 1394 connector. The IEEE1394 Port 1 supports
the connection of a 6-pin 1394 connector and is interfaced via a 10-way pin header.
See page 29 for further information.
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Jumpers and connectors
The following diagrams show the jumpers and connectors on the APOLLO. Click on any
jumper or connector name for information.
J12
JP3
J25
J26
J11
J10
J24
J23
J21
J17
J22
J15
J19
J14
J16
J20
J18
J8
J9
JP1
J13
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J6A
J4A
J7A
J5A
J7B
J6B
J7C
J20
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J6C
J1
J3
J4B
J2
J4C
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Jumpers
There are three jumpers on the APOLLO with a total of eight user-selectable jumper
positions. These are summarized in the following table:
Jumper
Description
JP1
Performs two functions:
JP2
•
PCI Grant/PCI Auxiliary power selection.
•
BIOS write protection.
Includes four positions, as follows:
JP3
•
Two user-defined positions.
•
CMOS memory reset.
•
Tamper detect (TPM).
RS485/RS422 termination resistor
enable/disable.
Further details are provided about each of these in the following sections.
JP1 – PCI power selection and BIOS write protection
This jumper has two functions. Use it to select the function of PCI slot pin A14 and also
to enable or disable BIOS write protection. The jumper is illustrated in the following
diagram:
FWH
PCI
Each position is explained in more detail below.
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JP1 PCI – PCI Grant/PCI Auxiliary power selection
Used to select the functionality of PCI slot pin A14. There are two options available.
These are 3.3V PCI auxiliary voltage routed to the PCI slot or GNT4 routed. GNT4 is
made available to support a third PCI slot (via a riser card).
JP1 PCI
Description
3.3V PCI Auxiliary power to
PCI slot.
Default setting:
GNT4 to PCI slot.
JP1 Firmware hub – BIOS write protection
To enable BIOS write protection the jumper must be placed in position 2-3.
BIOS ECSD data cannot be updated when the write protect is in place. Any
devices added to the system with write protection enabled will not be reported
by the BIOS.
JP1 FWH
Description
BIOS firmware hub writeable.
Default setting:
BIOS firmware hub write
protected.
JP2 – User-configurable, CMOS reset and tamper detect
This consists of four individual jumper positions. Two of these are user-configurable
(USR1 and USR2). The third (CMOS) is used to clear the battery backed CMOS
memory, whilst the fourth (TPM) provides a tamper detect option. This is illustrated in
the following diagram:
USR1
USR2
CMOS
TPM
The individual positions are explained further in the following sections.
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USR1 – User-defined jumper 1
This jumper is user-configurable and can be used by an application program to signify a
configuration setting. The status of this jumper is read through the firmware hub general
purpose inputs, located at memory location FFBC0100H bit 1. This is an 8-bit read and
a read-only memory location; writing to this bit has no effect.
USR1
Description
Bit is low ‘0’.
Default setting:
Bit is high ‘1’.
USR2 – User-defined jumper 2
This jumper is user-configurable and can be used by an application program to signify a
configuration setting. The status of this jumper is read through the firmware hub general
purpose inputs, located at memory location FFBC0100H bit 2. This is an 8-bit read and
a read-only memory location; writing to this bit has no effect.
USR2
Description
Bit is low ‘0’.
Default setting:
Bit is high ‘1’.
CMOS reset
Used to clear the contents of the battery backed CMOS memory.
Changes to this jumper setting must only be made with board power completely
removed. To do this you must remove the power cable.
CMOS
Description
Reset CMOS memory.
Default setting:
CMOS unchanged.
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TPM
This position is used with the APOLLO TPM option to provide a tamper detect facility.
Further information about the operation of this function will be made available in future
updates.
JP3 – RS485/422 configuration
This jumper is used to configure the RS485/422 serial interface. It can be used to
enable/disable the RS485/422 termination resistors.
The JP3 jumper is illustrated in the following diagram:
Position 3-4: RS422
Position 1-2: RS485
Jumper settings are detailed in the following sections.
RS485 termination resistor
RS485
Description
RS485 termination resistor connected.
Default setting:
RS485 termination resistor
disconnected.
RS422 termination resistor
RS422
Description
RS422 termination resistor connected
Default setting:
RS422 termination resistor
disconnected.
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Connectors
There are 34 connectors on the APOLLO that let you connect external devices such as
keyboards, floppy disk drives, hard disk drives, printers etc.
Connector
Function
See …
J12
ATX power connector.
Page 26.
J1
Audio Line Out.
Page 27.
J2
Audio Line In.
Page 27.
J3
Audio Mic In.
Page 27.
J9
CD audio input.
Page 28.
J8
S/PDIF output.
Page 29.
J19
IEEE1394 port 1.
Page 30.
J4A
IEEE1394 port 0.
Page 29.
J4B, J4C
USB ports 1 to 2.
Page 30.
J18
USB ports 3 to 4.
Page 31.
J15
LCD backlight interface.
Page 31.
J6B
Keyboard.
Page 32.
J6C
Mouse.
Page 32.
J26
IrDA connector.
Page 33.
J25
RS485/RS422 port
Page 35.
J7B, J7C
Serial ports 1 to 2.
Page 33.
J22A, J22B Serial ports 3 to 4.
Page 34.
J6A
VGA connector.
Page 35.
J17
LVDS display interface.
Page 36.
J24
Front panel interface.
Page 37.
J7A
Parallel port (LPT1).
Page 38.
J27
Slimline floppy drive interface.
Page 39.
J23
Primary IDE.
Page 40.
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Connector
Function
See …
J5A
Primary LAN.
Page 41.
J5B
Secondary LAN.
Page 41.
J20
CompactFlash socket.
Page 42.
J13
PCI slot.
Page 43.
J16
Video option and USB ports 5/6
connector.
Page 44.
J11
CPU fan.
Page 46.
J21
184-pin DDR SDRAM DIMM socket.
N/A
J10
System fan.
Page 46.
J14
System control interface.
Page 46.
J12 – ATX power supply
Molex 87427-2043, 20-way, 4.20mm (0.165") x 4.20mm (0.165") dual row header.
Mating connector: Molex 39-01-2200, 20-way crimp housing.
Mating connector crimps (x20): Molex.
Pin
Signal name
Pin
Signal name
1
+3.3V
11
+3.3V
2
+3.3V
12
-12V
3
Ground
13
Ground
4
+5V
14
/PS_ON
5
Ground
15
Ground
6
+5V
16
Ground
7
Ground
17
Ground
8
PWR_OK
18
-5V (NC)
9
+5VSB
19
+5V
10
+12V
20
+5V
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J1, J2, J3 – Audio connectors
3.5mm stereo audio jacks are used for audio connection. The audio codec can operate
in either of the following modes:
•
2.1 mode, which allows for microphone in, line in and line out operation.
•
5.1 mode, which provides six-channel surround sound output. The microphone input
and line in are not available during six channel mode.
Selection of 2.1 or 5.1 mode is made using software.
The audio connectors are illustrated in the following diagram:
Ring
Sleeve
Tip
Ring
Sleeve
Tip
The pin settings for each connector are described in the following tables:
J1 - 3.5mm audio jack
PC99 Colour: lime
Pin
Signal name
2.1 mode
5.1 mode
Tip
Line out left
Surround out left
Ring
Line out right
Surround out right
Sleeve
Ground
Ground
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J2 - 3.5mm audio jack
PC99 Colour: light blue
Pin
Signal name
2.1 mode
5.1 mode
Tip
Line in left
Rear surround left
Ring
Line in right
Rear surround right
Sleeve
Ground
Ground
J3 - 3.5mm audio jack
PC99 Colour: pink
Pin
Signal name
2.1 mode
5.1 mode
Tip
Microphone In
Surround centre
Ring
No Connect
Low frequency effects
Sleeve
Ground
Ground
J9 – CD audio input
4-way 2mm pitch shrouded header.
Mating connector: JST PHR-4
Mating connector crimps: JST SPH-004T-P0.5S
Pin
Signal name
1
Left channel
2
Ground
3
Right channel
4
Ground
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J8 – S/PDIF digital output
3-way 2mm pitch shrouded header.
Mating connector: JST PHR-3
Mating connector crimps: JST SPH-004T-P0.5S
Pin
Signal name
1
+5V
2
S/PDIF Output to
optical transmitter
3
GND
3
1
J4A – IEEE1394 connector port 0
6-pin IEEE1394 connector.
Pin
Signal name
1
+12V (Fused)
2
Ground
3
TPB0-
4
TPB0+
5
TPA0-
6
TPA0+
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J19 – IEEE1394 connector port 1
10-way, 2.54mm (0.1") x 2.54mm (0.1") dual row header.
Mating connector: Harwin M20-1070500.
Mating connector crimps: Harwin M20-1180022.
Pin
Signal name
Pin
Signal name
1
TPA1+
2
TPA1-
3
Ground
4
Ground
5
TPB1+
6
TPB1-
7
+12V (fused)
8
+12V (fused)
9
Shield Ground
10
Key (no pin)
For error free data transmission, cable certified for IEEE1394 operation should
be used.
J4B and J4C – USB ports 1 and 2
USB type A connector.
Pin
Signal name
1
VBUS
2
Data-
3
Data+
4
Ground
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J18 – USB ports 3 and 4
10-way, 2.54mm (0.1") x 2.54mm (0.1") dual row header.
Mating connector: Harwin M20-1070500
Mating connector crimps: Harwin M20-1180022
Pin
Signal name
Pin
Signal name
1
VBUS (port 3)
2
VBUS (port 4)
3
D- (port 3)
4
D- (port 4)
5
D+ (port 3)
6
D+ (port 4)
7
Ground
8
Ground
9
Key (no pin)
10
Ground
For error free data transmission, cable certified for USB 2.0 operation should be
used.
J15 – Backlight connector
6-way 2mm pitch shrouded header.
Mating connector: JST PHR-6
Mating connector crimps: JST SPH-004T-P0.5S
Pin
Signal name
1
+12V
2
Ground
3
+5V
4
Backlight
control
5
Backlight En
6
Ground
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J6B – PS/2 keyboard
Connector: 6-pin Mini-DIN
PC99 Colour: Purple
Pin
Signal name
1
KB DATA
2
No Connect
3
Ground
4
+5V
5
KB CLOCK
6
No Connect
6
4
2
5
3
1
J6C – PS/2 mouse
Connector: 6-pin Mini-DIN.
PC99 Colour: Green
Pin
Signal name
1
MS DATA
2
No Connect
3
Ground
4
+5V
5
MS CLOCK
6
No Connect
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J26 – IrDA connector
4-way 2mm pitch shrouded header.
Mating connector: JST PHR-4
Mating connector crimps: JST SPH-004T-P0.5S
Pin
Signal name
1
TX data
2
Ground
3
RX data
4
+5V
4
1
J7B and J7C – COM1 and COM2 RS232 serial ports
DB9 male
PC99 Colour: Aqua
Pin
Signal name
Pin
Signal name
1
Data Carrier
Detect (DCD)
2
Receive Data (RX)
3
Transmit Data
(TX)
4
Data Terminal
Ready (DTR)
5
Ground
6
Data Set ready
(DSR)
7
Request To Send
(RTS)
8
Clear To Send
(CTS)
9
Ring Indicator (RI)
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J22A and J22B – COM3 and 4 RS232 serial ports
20 way, 2.54mm (0.1") x 2.54mm (0.1") boxed header.
Mating Connector: FCI 71600-020.
Pin
(20-way
header)
Signal name
1
Data Carrier Detect (DCD) COM3 1
2
Data Set Ready (DSR) COM3
6
3
Receive Data (RX) COM3
2
4
Request To Send (RTS) COM3
7
5
Transmit Data (TX) COM3
3
6
Clear To Send (CTS) COM3
8
7
Data Terminal Ready (DTR)
COM3
4
8
Ring Indicator (RI) COM3
9
9
Ground COM3
5
10
No Connect
-
11
Data Carrier Detect (DCD) COM4 1
12
Data Set Ready (DSR) COM4
6
13
Receive Data (RX) COM4
2
14
Request To Send (RTS) COM4
7
15
Transmit Data (TX) COM4
3
16
Clear To Send (CTS) COM4
8
17
Data Terminal Ready (DTR)
COM4
4
18
Ring Indicator (RI) COM4
9
19
Ground COM4
5
20
No Connect
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J25 – COM4 RS485/RS422 serial port
5-way 2mm pitch shrouded header.
Mating connector: JST PHR-5
Mating connector crimps: JST SPH-004T-P0.5S
Pin
Signal name
(RS422)
Signal name
(RS485)
1
TX-
TX-/RX-
2
TX+
TX+/RX+
3
RX-
No Connect
4
RX+
No Connect
5
Ground
Ground
5
1
J6A – VGA CRT connector
DB15 Female
PC99 Colour: Blue
Pin
Signal name
Pin
Signal name
1
Red
2
Green
3
Blue
4
No Connect
5
Ground
6
Ground
7
Ground
8
Ground
9
+5V (Fused)
10
Ground
11
No Connect
12
DDCSDA
13
HSYNC
14
VSYNC
15
DDCSCL
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J17 – LVDS display interface (Dual Channel)
40-way 2mm Hirose DF13-40DP-1.25V.
Mating connector: Hirose DF13-40DS-1.25C
Crimps: Hirose: DF13-2630SCFA
For optimum performance of the LVDS interface a shielded twisted pair cable should be
used.
Pin
Signal name
Pin
Signal name
1
+3.3V
2
+3.3V
3
+3.3V
4
+3.3V
5
Ground
6
Ground
7
IYA0-
8
IYA1-
9
IYA0+
10
IYA1+
11
Ground
12
Ground
13
IYA2-
14
IYA3-
15
IYA2+
16
IYA3+
17
Ground
18
Ground
19
ICLKA-
20
IYB0-
21
ICLKA+
22
IYB0+
23
Ground
24
Ground
25
IYB1-
26
IYB2-
27
IYB1+
28
IYB2+
29
Ground
30
Ground
31
IYB3-
32
ICLKB-
33
IYB3+
34
ICLKB+
35
Ground
36
Ground
37
Ground
38
Ground
39
DDC CLK
40
DDC DATA
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J24 – Front panel interface connector
26-way 2mm pitch shrouded header.
Mating connector: Neltron 2418HJ-26-PHD
Mating crimps: Neltron 2418TJ-PHD
Pin
Signal name
Pin
Signal name
1
+5V
2
Ground
3
RS
4
CONTRAST
5
ENABLE
6
/IOW
7
D1
8
D0
9
D3
10
D2
11
D5
12
D4
13
D7
14
D6
15
CATHODE
(Ground)
16
ANODE
17
USER LED1
18
LED1 RES
19
USER LED2
20
LED2 RES
21
Ground
22
+5V Standby
23
SMBUS Clk
24
GPIO1
25
SMBUS Data
26
GPIO2
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J7A – Parallel port (LPT1)
DB25 female
PC99 colour: Maroon
DB25
D-type socket
Signal name
1
STROBE
2
D0
3
D1
4
D2
5
D3
6
D4
7
D5
8
D6
9
D7
10
ACKNOWLEDGE
11
BUSY
12
PAPER EMPTY
13
SELECT
14
AUTOFEED
15
ERROR
16
INIT
17
SELECT IN
18
Ground
19
Ground
20
Ground
21
Ground
22
Ground
23
Ground
24
Ground
25
Ground
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J27 – Slimline floppy drive interface
26-way 1mm pitch FPC connector to support slimline floppy drive.
Pin
Signal name
Pin
Signal name
1
+5V
2
/INDEX
3
+5V
4
/DS0
5
+5V
6
/DSKCHG
7
NC
8
NC
9
NC
10
/MTR0
11
/DRVDEN0
12
/DIR
13
NC
14
/STEP
15
Ground
16
/WDATA
17
Ground
18
/WGATE
19
Ground
20
/TRK0
21
NC
22
/WP
23
Ground
24
/RDATA
25
Ground
26
/HDSEL
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J23 – Primary IDE interface
40-way, 2.54mm (0.1") x 2.54mm (0.1") boxed header.
Mating Connector: FCI 71600-040.
Pin
Signal name
Pin
Signal name
1
/RESET
2
Ground
3
D7
4
D8
5
D6
6
D9
7
D5
8
D10
9
D4
10
D11
11
D3
12
D12
13
D2
14
D13
15
D1
16
D14
17
D0
18
D15
19
Ground
20
Key (No pin)
21
DREQ
22
Ground
23
/IOW
24
Ground
25
/IOR
26
Ground
27
/IOCHRDY
28
Ground
29
DACK
30
Ground
31
INTR
32
No Connect
33
SA1
34
/PDIAG
35
SA0
36
SA2
37
/CS0
38
/CS1
39
HDD ACT
40
Ground
2
40
1
39
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J5A – Primary LAN
RJ-45 10/100Mb/s or optional 10/100/1000Mb/s.
Pin
Signal name
(10/100)
Signal name
(10/100/1000)
1
TX+
MD0+
2
TX-
MD0-
3
RX+
MD1+
4
No Connect
MD2+
5
No Connect
MD2-
6
RX-
MD1-
7
No Connect
MD3+
8
No Connect
MD3-
For a Gigabit Ethernet (10/100/1000) connection the network cable should be a CAT5
or above and include all four pairs.
J5B – Secondary LAN
RJ-45 10/100Mb/s.
Pin
Signal name
1
TX+
2
TX-
3
RX+
4
No Connect
5
No Connect
6
RX-
7
No Connect
8
No Connect
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J20 – CompactFlash socket
Compact Flash CF+ type I/II socket.
Connector: 50 pin right angle CompactFlash.
Pin
Signal name
Pin
Signal name
1
Ground
2
D03
3
D04
4
D05
5
D06
6
D07
7
/CE1
8
A10
9
/OE
10
A09
11
A08
12
A07
13
CF VCC
14
A06
15
A05
16
A04
17
A03
18
A02
19
A01
20
A00
21
D00
22
D01
23
D02
24
/IOCS16
25
/CD2
26
/CD1
27
D11
28
D12
29
D13
30
D14
31
D15
32
/CE2
33
/VS1
34
/IORD
35
/IOWR
36
/WE
37
/INTRQ
38
CF VCC
39
A25
40
/VS2
41
RESET
42
/WAIT
43
/INPACK
44
/REG
45
/BVD2
46
/BVD1
47
D08
48
D09
49
D10
50
Ground
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J13 – PCI connector
32-bit card edge connector. Three grant/request lines routed.
Connector: 120-way PCI card edge connector (5V 32-bit 33MHz PCI socket).
Pin
Side B
Side A
Pin
Side B
Side A
1
-12V
/TRST
32
AD17
AD16
2
TCK (GND) +12V
33
/CBE2
+3.3V
3
Ground
34
Ground
/FRAME
4
No Connect TDI (+5V)
35
/IRDY
Ground
5
+5V
+5V
36
+3.3V
/TRDY
6
+5V
/INTE
37
/DEVSEL
Ground
7
/INTF
/INTG
38
Ground
/STOP
8
/INTH
+5V
39
/LOCK
+3.3V
9
No Connect /REQ4
40
/PERR
SMB CLK
10
/ REQ3
41
+3.3V
SMB DATA
11
No Connect /GNT3
42
/SERR
Ground
12
Ground
Ground
43
+3.3V
PAR
13
Ground
Ground
44
/CBE1
AD15
14
No Connect VAUX (/GNT4)
45
AD14
+3.3V
15
Ground
/RST
46
Ground
AD13
16
CLK
+5V(I/O)
47
AD12
AD11
17
Ground
/GNT1
48
AD10
Ground
18
/REQ1
Ground
49
Ground
AD09
19
+5V(I/O)
/PME
50
Key
Key
20
AD31
AD30
51
Key
Key
21
AD29
+3.3V
52
AD08
/CBE0
22
Ground
AD28
53
AD07
+3.3V
23
AD27
AD26
54
+3.3V
AD06
24
AD25
Ground
55
AD05
AD04
25
+3.3V
AD24
56
AD03
Ground
26
/CBE3
IDSEL (AD27)
57
Ground
AD02
TMS (+5V)
+5V(I/O)
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Pin
Side B
Side A
Pin
Side B
Side A
27
AD23
+3.3V
58
AD01
AD00
28
Ground
AD22
59
+5V(I/O)
+5V(I/O)
29
AD21
AD20
60
/ACK64
/REQ64
30
AD19
Ground
61
+5V
+5V
31
+3.3V
AD18
62
+5V
+5V
B62
B1
A62
A1
Slot
IDSEL
GNT/RQT
0
AD27
1
1
AD29
3
2
AD31
4 (Jumper Selected)
J16 – Video option and USB ports 5/6 connector
Hirose FX8C-80S-SV5.
Pin
Signal name
Pin
Signal name
1
+3.3V PCIVAUX
2
Ground
3
+3.3V
4
DVOBD11
5
+3.3V
6
DVOBD10
7
+3.3V
8
DVOBD9
9
+5V
10
DVOBD8
11
USB POWER
12
DVOBD7
13
USB POWER
14
DVOBD6
15
USB POWER
16
DVOBD5
17
Ground
18
DVOBD4
19
USB4 D+
20
DVOBD3
21
USB4 D-
22
DVOBD2
23
Ground
24
DVOBD1
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Pin
Signal name
Pin
Signal name
25
USB5 D+
26
DVOBD0
27
USB5 D-
28
Ground
29
Ground
30
DVOBCLK#
31
USB Overcurrent
32
DVOBCLK
33
DVO_REF
34
DVOBHSYNC
35
/RESET
36
DVOBVSYNC
37
Ground
38
DVOBBLANK#
39
ADDID7
40
DVOBFLDSTL
41
ADDID6
42
Ground
43
ADDID5
44
DVOCD11
45
ADDID4
46
DVOCD10
47
ADDID3
48
DVOCD9
49
ADDID2
50
DVOCD8
51
ADDID1
52
DVOCD7
53
ADDID0
54
DVOCD6
55
DVODETECT
56
DVOCD5
57
DVOCFLDSTL
58
DVOCD4
59
DVOBCINTR#
60
DVOCD3
61
DVOBCCLKINT
62
DVOCD2
63
Ground
64
DVOCD1
65
+1.5V
66
DVOCD0
67
+1.5V
68
Ground
69
+1.5V
70
DVOCCLK#
71
+1.5V
72
DVOCCLK
73
MDDCDATA
74
DVOCHSYNC
75
MDDCCLK
76
DVOCVSYNC
77
MDVIDATA
78
DVOCBLANK#
79
MDVICLK
80
Ground
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J10, J11 – system fan, CPU fan
Both are 3-way 2.54mm (0.1") friction lock pin headers. The APOLLO supports PWM
fan control and fan tachometer feedback.
Connector: MOLEX 22-04-1031.
Pin
Signal name
1
Ground - PWM
2
+12V
3
Tachometer
J14 – System control interface
10-way, 2.54mm (0.1") x 2.54mm (0.1") dual row header.
Mating connector: Harwin M20-1070500
Mating connector crimps: Harwin M20-1180022
Pin
Signal name
Pin
Signal name
1
Tamper
2
Ground
3
Power Button
4
Ground
5
System Reset
6
Ground
7
+5V
8
HDD LED
9
PC speaker
10
Ground
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Appendix A – Contacting Arcom
Appendix A – Contacting Arcom
Arcom sales
Arcom’s sales team is always available to assist you in choosing the board that best
meets your requirements. Contact your local sales office or hotline.
Sales office US
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While Arcom’s sales team can assist you in making your decision, the final
choice of boards or systems is solely and wholly the responsibility of the buyer.
Arcom’s entire liability in respect of the boards or systems is as set out in
Arcom’s standard terms and conditions of sale. If you intend to write your own
low level software, you can start with the source code on the disk supplied. This
is example code only to illustrate use on Arcom’s products. It has not been
commercially tested. No warranty is made in respect of this code and Arcom
shall incur no liability whatsoever or howsoever arising from any use made of
the code.
Technical support
Arcom has a team of technical support engineers who can provide assistance if you
have any problems with your APOLLO board.
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Appendix B – Specification
Appendix B – Specification
CPU
The APOLLO supports:
• Intel Pentium M 478-pin µFCPGA package 90nm and
130nm processors with 400MHz FSB.
• Intel Celeron M 478-pin µFCPGA package 90nm and
130nm processors with 400MHz FSB.
• Intel Ultra Low Voltage Pentium M 479-pin µFCBGA
package with 400MHz FSB.
The APOLLO Celeron M 600MHz variant has a noninterchangeable board mounted 600MHz Celeron M
processor.
Cache
Pentium M 130nm, 1MB L2 CPU Integrated
Pentium M 90nm, 2MB L2 CPU Integrated
Celeron M 130nm, 512KB L2 CPU Integrated
Celeron M 90nm, 1MB L2 CPU Integrated
Memory
One unbuffered 2.5V DDR SDRAM 184-pin DIMM socket to
support 128MB, 256MB, 512MB and 1024MB modules.
Supports:
•
•
•
PC1600 (200MHz) DDR SDRAM.
PC2100 (266MHz) DDR SDRAM.
PC2700 (333MHz) DDR SDRAM.
ECC and non-ECC memory is supported by the APOLLO.
Video
Intel Extreme Graphics (chipset integrated).
VGA CRT interface: 2048x1536, 75Hz.
LVDS interface (dual channel): 1600x1200, 60Hz.
An option board interface provides a two channel DVO interface
to support:
• Dual channel TMDS (DVI).
• Dual channel LVDS.
• TV out support.
Dual video operation allows for two independent video
displays.
Audio
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5.1 surround sound AC-97 audio CODEC with variable
sampling rate and 3D stereo expansion for simulated
surround sound. A header for a speaker is included on the
board for PC BEEP functionality.
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Bus support
32-bit 33MHz PCI connector rev 2.2 (3 grant/request pairs).
Support for 3 PCI cards via a PCI riser card.
IDE drive support
Primary IDE Controller onboard ICH4.
Supports Ultra ATA100/66/33, PIO and 8237 style DMA
transfers.
40-way 2.54mm IDE connector support provided.
Floppy drive support
100% IBM compatible 2.88MB floppy drive controller with
integrated digital separator and dual floppy drive support
I/O ports
1 x IEEE1284 parallel port (ECP, EPP and SPP modes).
1 x PS/2 mouse port.
1 x PS/2 keyboard port.
4 x serial ports (3 x RS232, 1 x RS485/RS422/RS232
selectable).
1 x IrDA infrared port (Uses a UART port).
1 x LCD backlight connector.
2 x user jumpers.
1 x front panel connector providing LCD character display
support, 2 x user LEDs, SMBUS interface and 2 x GPIO.
1 x CD ROM audio input connector.
1 x Interface connector to optical S/PDIF transceiver.
Network support
Dual 10/100 Ethernet support.
Factory build option of Gigabit Ethernet on primary LAN
interface.
WOL, WfM, PXE and ASF 1.03 provided on primary LAN
interface.
All Ethernet controllers interface to board mounted RJ-45’s
Real time clock
Motorola MC146818B-compatible real-time clock with
256bytes of battery backed SRAM, integrated in ICH4.
A tamper detection circuit is also included in the RTC circuit
and it’s status held in RTC SRAM memory.
Power consumption
36W at 1.6GHz (full speed).
12.3W at 600MHz (at idle).
(Based on a Pentium M 1.6GHz CPU with 512MB PC2700
DDR memory and SpeedStep disabled, i.e. running at fixed
frequency.)
CompactFlash
Single 50 pin CF+ version 2.0 Type I/II socket for full IO mode
operation.
IEEE1394a
2 x IEEE1394a-2000 Firewire compliant ports 100/200/400
Mbps.
USB
6 x USB 2.0 compliant ports capable of high-speed, fullspeed and low-speed operation
BIOS
8Mbit Firmware Hub (FWH). CMOS settings battery backed.
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Appendix B – Specification
Temperature
Fan-less operation (passive cooling): -20°C to +65°C (based
on Pentium M CPU running at 600MHz).
Operating (active cooling): -20°C to +65°C (based on
Pentium M CPU running at 1.6GHz).
Storage -40°C (-40°F) to +70°C (158°F).
Humidity
10% to 90% RH (non-condensing).
Real-time clock
Accuracy +/- 1min/month at 25oC (77oF).
Power requirements
ATX Compatible power supply.
Typical supply rail requirements with Pentium M 1.6GHz.
12V +/- 5% 2.5A (typical), 3A (max).
5V +/- 5% 1.0A (typical), 1.5A (max).
5V Standby +/- 5% 0.5A (typical), 1A (max).
3.3V +/- 5% 1.0A (typical), 1.5A (max).
Battery
3.0V Lithium 180mAH (CR2032 Coin Cell).
Maximum discharge current 6uA.
Dimensions
EBX-compatible format
5.75" x 8.00", 146mm x 203mm
Weight
350 grams (with no heatsink, processor or memory).
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Appendix C – APOLLO mechanical diagram
Appendix C – APOLLO mechanical diagram
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Appendix C – APOLLO mechanical diagram
18.0 x 26.4
16.2 x 27.4
Ø12.00 ( 2 off )
32.00
Ø8.20 ( 3 off )
25.97
25.70
27.10
6.30
6.50
198.12
187.33
174.31
161.29
152.43
136.43
133.83
116.37
106.15
85.95
51.51
22.52
15.53
0.00
5.08
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6.20
0.00
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Appendix D – TFT display interface cable
Appendix D – TFT display interface cable
The following table shows the connection details for the AU Optronics 15” LCD flat
panel display G150XG01 used in the development kits:
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DF-14H-20P-1.25H
Panel signal name
1
NC
NC
2
NC
NC
3
1
+3.3V
4
2
+3.3V
5
3
Ground
6
4
Ground
7
5
Rin0-
8
8
Rin1-
9
6
Rin0+
10
9
Rin0-
11
7
Ground
12
10
Ground
13
11
Rin2-
14
NC
NC
15
12
Rin2+
16
NC
NC
17
13
Ground
18
NC
NC
19
14
ClkIN-
20
NC
NC
21
15
ClkIN+
22
NC
NC
23
16
Ground
24
19
Ground
25-40
NC
NC
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Appendix D – TFT display interface cable
The following table shows the connection details for the backlight inverter cable:
APOLLO J15
51021-0500 Housing
1
1
2
2
3
NC
4
NC
5
5
6
3
Pin 4 of the 5 way housing is not used and should be removed.
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Appendix E – Reference information
Appendix E – Reference information
Product information
Product notices, updated drivers, support material:
www.arcom.com
PCI special interest group
PCI Bus specification and list of manufacturers:
www.pcisig.org
USB information
Universal Serial Bus (USB) specification and product information:
www.usb.org
Intel
Information about Pentium M and Celeron M processors:
http://developer.intel.com
CompactFlash
Information about CompactFlash:
www.compactflash.org
PCI SIG
Information about PCI development:
www.pcisig.com
Digital Display Working Group
Information about developing a digital connectivity specification for high-performance
PCs and digital displays:
www.ddwg.com
IEEE Specifications
Information about wired and wireless communication:
www.ieee.org
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Appendix E – Reference information
Trusted Computing Group
Information about TCG open specifications:
www.trustedcomputinggroup.org
Trusted Computing Platform Alliance
Information about Trusted Platform:
www.trustedcomputing.org
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Index
Index
A
E
AC97 · 7
anti-static · 11
applications · 4
ATX · 26
audio · 7, 17, 27, 28
auxiliary header · 41
EMC · 11
Ethernet · 4, 7
Gigabit · 4, 17
LEDs · 17
ports · 17
external devices · 25
B
F
backlight · 31, 54
battery · 11, 48
BIOS · 7, 13
write protection · 21, 22
bus · 8
fans · 46
features · 7
Firewire · 4, 8, 9, 18, 29, 30
cable · 30
firmware hub · 22
flat panel · 17
floppy drive · 8, 9, 15, 39
front panel interface · 37
C
cable
backlight inverter · 54
Firewire · 30
IDE · 15
TFT display interface · 53
card, CompactFlash · 16
CD · 9, 15, 28
chipset · 7
CMOS · 23
COM1 · 33
COM2 · 33
COM3 · 34
COM4 · 34
CompactFlash · 4, 8, 16, 42
connections · 9
connector · 19, 25
contact details · 47
conventions · 12
CPU · 7, 13, 48
fan · 46
CRT · 7
D
development kits · 10
devices, external · 25
dimensions · 48
DIMM · 13
DVD · 9
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Gigabit Ethernet · 4, 17
GPIO · 8
H
hard drive · 8, 9, 15
humidity · 48
I
ICE · 9
IDE · 4, 15, 40
IEEE1394 · 9, 18, 29, 30
J
J1 · 27
J10 · 46
J11 · 46
J12 · 26
J13 · 43
J14 · 46
J15 · 31
J16 · 44
J17 · 36
J18 · 31
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J19 · 30
J2 · 27, 28
J20 · 42
J22A · 34
J22B · 34
J23 · 40
J24 · 37
J25 · 35
J26 · 33
J27 · 39
J3 · 27, 28
J4 · 30
J4A · 29
J6A · 32
J6B · 32
J7A · 38
J7B · 33
J7C · 33
J8 · 29
J9 · 28
JP1 · 21
JP2 · 22
JP3 · 24
jumper · 19, 21
Index
P
parallel port · 4, 38
PCI · 9, 21, 22, 43
bus · 8
peripherals · 13, 48
PL1 · 41
ports · 4, 7
Ethernet · 17
parallel · 38
serial · 16, 33, 34, 35
USB · 17, 30, 31
power · 9, 26
requirements · 48
printer · 8, 17
processor · 7, 13
fan · 46
installing · 14
R
keyboard · 8, 16, 32
kits, development · 10
real time clock · 48
reference information · 55
reset switch · 9
resolution · 48
RS232 · 16, 34
RS422 · 24
RS485 · 24
RS485/RS422 · 35
L
S
LCD · 8, 9
LEDs · 8, 9
Ethernet · 17
LPT1 · 38
lrDA · 33
lrDA port · 4
LVDS · 7, 17, 36
S/PDIF · 7, 17, 29
security · 8
serial ports · 4, 7, 16, 33, 34, 35
software · 48
specification · 48
static · 11
support
products · 9
technical · 47
system
control · 46
fan · 46
memory · 7
K
M
mechanical diagram · 51
memory · 7, 13, 48
installing · 13
mouse · 8, 16, 32
N
network · 7
O
operating systems · 4
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tamper detection · 8, 9, 24
technical support · 47
temperature · 48
TFT display interface cable · 53
touchscreen · 9
TPM · 4, 24
Trusted platform · 4, 8
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U
USB · 4, 7, 9, 17, 30, 31
USR1 · 23
USR2 · 23
V
variants · 4
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Index
VGA video · 48
video · 7, 44
W
weight · 48
Windows XP · 16
write protection · 21, 22
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