ACP-4001 Manual, ed. 1.book
ACP-4001
19" RACKMOUNT 4U HEIGHT
INDUSTRIAL CHASSIS with
DISPLAY
Users Manual
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Part No. 20024K1000
Printed in Taiwan
ACP-4001 User’s Manual
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1st Edition
August 2002
Contents
Chapter
1 General Information ........................................2
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
Introduction ....................................................................... 2
General Specifications....................................................... 3
Passive Backplane Options ............................................... 4
Power Supply Options....................................................... 4
System Regulation............................................................. 5
Dimensions........................................................................ 6
1.7
Exploded Diagram............................................................. 7
Figure 1.1:Dimensions.................................................... 6
Figure 1.2:Exploded Diagram......................................... 7
Chapter
2 System Setup...................................................10
2.1
System Installation .......................................................... 10
2.1.1
2.1.2
2.1.3
2.1.4
2.2
2 Installation of ACP-4001 Serial Models ...................... 13
2.2.1
2.2.2
2.2.3
2.2.4
2.3
Attaching the handles.................................................... 10
Removing the top cover and backplane holder............. 10
Figure 2.1:Top Cover.................................................... 10
Chassis Front and Rear Sections................................... 10
Figure 2.2:Front View................................................... 11
Figure 2.3:Front Control ............................................... 11
Figure 2.4:Rear View.................................................... 12
Drive Bay Installation.................................................. 12
Figure 2.5:Driver Bay ................................................... 12
ACP-4001BP-00 ........................................................... 13
Figure 2.6:Bare Model.................................................. 13
ACP-4001BP-25Z/30Z/30R/31D ................................. 14
Figure 2.7:With P/S ...................................................... 14
ACP-4001P4-2ZC3/C4, ACP-4001P4-3ZC3/C4 ......... 14
Figure 2.8:Within PCA-6003H..................................... 14
ACP-4001P4-3RM3/M4............................................... 15
Keyboard ......................................................................... 15
Figure 2.9:Within PCA-6004H..................................... 15
Figure 2.10:Slim-type Keyboard .................................. 16
2.4
Backplane ........................................................................ 16
2.5
Power Supply .................................................................. 17
2.6
Cooling Fan ..................................................................... 17
2.7
Installing CPU Cards....................................................... 18
Figure 2.11:Backplane Connections ............................. 16
Figure 2.12:Power Supply Bracket............................... 17
Figure 2.13:Fan connector ............................................ 17
Figure 2.14:Fan Connector Released............................ 18
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Figure 2.15:Installation of PCA-6003H........................ 19
Figure 2.16:Installation of PCA-6004H........................ 19
Chapter
3 LCD Display Module & Accessory...............22
Figure 3.1:LCD Module ............................................... 22
3.1
Removing the LCD Display Module .............. 23
Figure 3.2:Move out LCD Module ............................... 23
Figure 3.3:Release cable and cover .............................. 23
3.2
LCD Display Module Layout .................... 24
3.3
3.4
Specification ................................. 24
USB ................................................................................. 25
3.5
Internal K/B and Mouse Board ....................................... 26
3.6
External K/B and Mouse Board ...................................... 26
Figure 3.4:Layout of LCD Module Rear ...................... 24
Figure 3.5:Front I/O Board ........................................... 25
Figure 3.6:Internal K/B and Mouse Board ................... 26
Figure 3.7:External K/B and Mouse Board .................. 26
Appendix A Backplane Layout...........................................28
Appendix B Safety Instructions .........................................38
B.1
Safety Instructions........................................................... 38
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CHAPTER
1
General Information
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Chapter 1
Chapter 1 General Information
1.1 Introduction
The ACP-4001 Rackmount IA Master series is a 4U height 14-slot rackmount IPC workstation with 6.4" LCD display and built-in slim keyboard
and Touch Pad drawer. It is designed as all-in-one and cost-effective
enhanced solution for traditional IPC users and new Industrial Automation Controller.
This ACP-4001 Rackmount IA Master unit includes a versatile 14-slot
passive-backplane and an optional power supply for different application
inquiries, 10 function and cursor keys for SI/VAR application program, 2
front USB ports for front accessible USB device and slim type 85 key
keyboard and touch pad drawer for easy maintenance or upgrade, and a
6.4" TFT LCD screen for information display like chart, trend, control
panel, programming or production data or field monitoring record; and
dual easy maintenance cooling fans provide abundant cooling to the
whole system. The optional SNMP-1000, a fully integrated Rackmount
IA Master, supports system fault detection. The web-enabled and webbased alarm notification system monitors system status, including SBC
status, voltages, power supply, cooling fans and temperature through web
browser by minimizing system down time.
A wide range of standard computing peripherals from current ADVANTECH IPC family can be integrated into the ACP-4001 to meet different
application development, mission-critical environment 24 hours a day,
7days a week.
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1.2 General Specifications
General
• Construction: Heavy duty steel chassis
• Drive bay: Shock-proof and front accessible 5.25" by three drivers
• Cooling system: Dual easy-to-replace 84 ~ 114 CFM cooling fans with
front-accessible air filters
• Controls: Power switch (on-off or momentary) and reset switch
behind lockable doors
• LED Indicator: Power LED for system power status
HDD LED for HDD activity
• Connectors: Front accessible USB and PS/2 keyboard, rear panel 9-pin
connector (9-pin connectors are not included in the M/B version)
• Paint Color: Pantone 4C 2X Black, textured
• Operating temperature: 0° ~ +40°C (32°F ~ 104°F)
• Storage temperature: -40° to +60°C(-40° to +140°F)
• Relative Humidity: 10 ~ 95%@40°C, non-condensing
• Vibration: (Operating) 5Hz ~ 500Hz, 1G rams
(Non-operating) 2G
• Shock (operating): 30 G with 11m Sec duration, 1/2 sine wave
• Acoustic Noise: Less than 52 dB sound pressure at +5° to +28°C (+41°
to +82°F)
• Altitude: 0 to 3048m (0 to 10,000 ft)
• Slide rails: General Device C-300 series supported
• Dimensions: 482(W) x 173(H) x 480(D) mm (19"x 6.8" x 18.9")
• Weight: 16-18kg (35.2 - 39.6lb)
• Safety: CE compliant, UL/cUL approved, FCC/CCC for integrated
system
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1.3 Passive Backplane Options
• PCA-6113P4R: 8 ISA/ 4 PCI/ 1 CPU, single segment
• PCA-6114-B: 14 ISA, single segment
• PCA-6114P4-B or C: 9 ISA/ 4 PCI/ 1 CPU, single segment
• PCA-6114P7-D: 6 ISA/ 7 PCI/ 1 CPU, single segment
• PCA-6114P10-B: 3 ISA/ 10 PCI/ 1 CPU, single segment
• PCA-6114P12: 1 ISA/ 12 PCI/ 1 CPU, single segment
1.4 Power Supply Options
Model
name
Specification
Watt
Input
Output
Mini-load
Safety
MTBF
PS250ATX-Z
(ATX,
PFC)
250W
115/
230Vac
(Selectable)
+5V@ 27A
+3.3V@20A
+12V@13A
-12V@0.8A
-5V@0.3A
+5Vsb@2A
+5V@0.5A
+12V@0.3A
UL,cUL,C
SA,(UL60
950 3rd)
CE
EN610003-2 Class
DTUV,CB
100,000
hours@25°
full load
PS300ATX-Z
(ATX,PFC)
300W
115/
230Vac
(Fullrange)
+5V@ 30A
+3.3V@24A
+12V@15A
-12V@0.8A
-5V@0.3A
+5Vsb@2A
+5V@1A
+12V@0.5A+
3.3V@0.3A
UL,cUL,C
SA,CE
EN610003-2 Class
DTUV,No
rdic,CB
100,000
hours@25°
275W load
RPS300ATX-Z
(ATX PFC)
300W
110/
240Vac
(Fullrange)
+5V@ 25A
+3.3V@18A
+12V@16A
-12V@0.5A,
-5V@0.5A,
+5VSB@2A
+5V@3A
+3.3V@1A
+12V@2A
+5VSB@0.1A
UL/TUV/
CB
150,000
hours@25°
full road
PS-310DC48 (AT)
310W
-38VDC
~
-58VDC
+5V@ 25A
+12V@10A
-5V@ 1A
-12V@5A
+5V@2A
UL/CSA/
CE
100,000
hours@25°
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1.5 System Regulation
Ordering Information
Model name
With SBC
With Power Supply
With Backplane
Regulation
ACP-4001BP-00
None
None
None
None
ACP-4001BP25Z
None
With 250W ATX
PFC Power Supply
14-slot Backplane versionWithout
Backplane
UL/cUL/CE
ACP-4001BP30Z
None
With 300W ATX
PFC Power Supply
14-slot Backplane versionWithout
Backplane
UL/cUL/CE
ACP-4001BP30R
None
With 300W ATX
PFC Redundant
Power Supply
14-slot Backplane versionWithout
Backplane
UL/cUL/CE
ACP-4001BP31D
None
With 310W AT
DC48V Power
Supply
14-slot Backplane versionWithout
Backplane
UL/cUL/CE
ACP-4001P42ZC3
PCA-6003H
With 250W ATX
PFC Power Supply
14-slot Backplane versionWith PCA6114P4-B or C
UL/cUL/CE/FCC
& CCC
ACP-4001P42ZC4
PCA-6004H
With 250W ATX
PFC Power Supply
14-slot Backplane versionWith PCA6114P4-B or C
UL/cUL/CE/FCC
& CCC
ACP-4001P43ZC3
PCA-6003H
With 300W ATX
PFC Power Supply
14-slot Backplane versionWith PCA6114P4-B or C
UL/cUL/CE/FCC
& CCC
ACP-4001P43ZC4
PCA-6004H
With 300W ATX
PFC Power Supply
14-slot Backplane versionWith PCA6114P4-B or C
UL/cUL/CE/FCC
& CCC
ACP-4001P43RM3
PCA-6003H
& SNMP1000
With 300W ATX
PFC Redundant
Power Supply
14-slot Backplane versionWith PCA6114P4-B or C
UL/cUL/CE/FCC
ACP-4001P43RM4
PCA-6004H
&SNMP1000
With 300W ATX
PFC Redundant
Power Supply
14-slot Backplane versionWith PCA6114P4-B or C
UL/cUL/CE/FCC
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1.6 Dimensions
Rear View
Top View
Side View
Figure 1.1: Dimensions
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Front View Unit: mm (inch)
1.7 Exploded Diagram
Figure 1.2: Exploded Diagram
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CHAPTER
2
System Setup
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Chapter 2
Chapter 2 System Setup
2.1 System Installation
WARNING:
Before starting the installation process, be sure
to shut down all power from the chassis. Do this
by turning off the power switch, and unplugging
the power cord from the power outlet. When in
doubt, consult with an experienced technician.
2.1.1 Attaching the handles.
The handles for the front panel are in the accessory box. To install the
handles, simply secure them to the front panel with the provided screws.
2.1.2 Removing the top cover and backplane holder
First, remove the chassis cover. The top cover is fixed to the chassis by
two thumbscrews.
1.
Release two thumbscrews on the rear upper location of the chassis.
2.
Lift the cover.
Figure 2.1: Top Cover
2.1.3 Chassis Front and Rear Sections
Face to the front view of ACP-4001, you will find a 6.4" TFT display
module; which LCD both sides are with five membrane control keys, on
the left side and there is a front door on the right side. Specially, a slim
type drawer with a 88-key keyboard is under the chassis. The front panel
switches and I/O interface behind the door are used for system reset,
power switch, USB port and brightness control. Face the rear of ACPACP-4001 User’s Manual
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4001, there is an integrated PS/2 6-pin port, please connect with SBC K/B
and Mouse port. Please refer Figure 2-4.
Figure 2.2: Front View
System Reset
Power Switch AT or ATX
USB
Brightness Control
Figure 2.3: Front Control
System Reset: Press this switch to reinitialize the system. This is the
same as the hardware reset button.
Power On/Off Switch: Use this switch to turn on/off the system power.
Momentary Switch: Use this switch and by way of SBC CN21 to turn
on system power. Please use system shutdown to turn off system power
automatic or press momentary switch for a while to turn off system power
USB port: If you want to connect any USB interface device to the system, you could use this.
(VR): To adjust the brightness of LCD display
KB/MB IN: Integrated PS/2 type 6-pin Keyboard and Mouse port.
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Figure 2.4: Rear View
2.1.4 Drive Bay Installation
The Standard Drive Bay of the ACP-7000 can hold a slim type CD-ROM,
5.25"(x2) and 3.5" (x1) devices Installation disk drives
a.
Remove the top cover
b.
Release two thumbscrews to draw out the backplane holder until
you have enough space to take out driver bay. See Figure 2.5
c.
Undo the four screws of cushion.
d.
Lift off the Standard Drive Bay. See Figure 2.6
e.
Insert the drives into their proper locations in the drive bay and
secure them with the screws provided.
f.
Connect the disk drive power and signal cables.
Figure 2.5: Driver Bay
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2.2 2 Installation of ACP-4001 Serial Models
The ACP-4001 could be configured as following three basic models, such
as ACP-4001BP-00 bare model, ACP-4001BP-25Z/30Z/30R/31D with
power only, and full integrated as ACP-4001P4-XXC3/C4, ACP4001P4XXM3/M4.
2.2.1 ACP-4001BP-00
ACP-4001BP-00 is a bare model, which is without backplane and power
supply inside chassis. It has a power switch on the front panel. The on-off
switch is suitable for AT power supply such as 310W DC48V. Please plug
the power connector (P8/P9) with the backplane and four wires (Brown,
blue, black, white) with on-off switch to finish the power installation. The
momentary switch is suitable for ATX power supply such as 25Z/30Z/
30R, please plug a 20-pin ATX power connector with backplane first,
then use a orange-white wire (1700030500) to connect between CN#
(PSON_GND_5VSB) of the Backplane and "ATX feature connector"
(CN20) of the SBC. Finally, connect POWER SW wire with "PWR
SW"(CN21) on the SBC to finish the installation.
Figure 2.6: Bare Model
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2.2.2 ACP-4001BP-25Z/30Z/30R/31D
Those models are without backplane but with power supply. You could
install suitable backplane, which are listed on backplane option table.
Figure 2.7: With P/S
2.2.3 ACP-4001P4-2ZC3/C4, ACP-4001P4-3ZC3/C4
The full integrated ACP-4001P4-XXXX is within PCA-6114P4 backplane inside, and 2ZC3 is with 250W ATX PFC power supply and PCA6003H SBC inside chassis. 3ZC3 is with 300W ATX PFC power supply
and PCA-6003H SBC inside chassis. You could install the suitable addon card, CPU, DRAM and some peripherals.
2ZC4 is with 250W ATX PFC power supply and PCA-6004H SBC inside
chassis. 3ZC4 will be with 300W ATX PFC power supply and PCA6004H SBC inside chassis. You could install the suitable add-on card,
DRAM and some peripherals since PCA-6004H is built-in CPU already.
Figure 2.8: Within PCA-6003H
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Figure 2.9: Within PCA-6004H
2.2.4 ACP-4001P4-3RM3/M4
In order to integrate SNMP-1000, which is an intelligent SNMP/HTTP
System Manager into ACP-4001 system, we support two fully integrated
models; one is ACP-4001P4-3RM3, which is with PCA-6114P4 backplane, 300W ATX PFC redundant power supply, PCA-6003H and
SNMP-1000-E2A1 module. The other is ACP-4001P4-3RM4, which is
with PCA-6114P4 backplane, 300W ATX PFC redundant power supply,
PCA-6004H and SNMP-1000-E2A1 module. Those systems could provide remote monitoring features by Web-based browser.
2.3 Keyboard
ACP-4001 is with a US version 88-key slim type keyboard, which is
located on the button of chassis. The slim type keyboard is integrated
with chassis together and with slid rail on its both sides. The keyboard
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could be pulled out or pushed into chassis very friendly after press both
latches together. Refer the figure 2-10 to find out the location.
Slide Rail
Slide Rail
Latch
Latch
Figure 2.10: Slim-type Keyboard
2.4 Backplane
Please refer figure 2-11 to find out suitable cable connection of backplane
ATX 20-pin
CN2 Alarm PWR
Voltages output
CN1
PS-ON/GND/5VSV
Figure 2.11: Backplane Connections
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2.5 Power Supply
ACP-4001 is with a power supply bracket; please use this bracket for PS/
2 power and remove this bracket if you want to install redundant power
supply. Refer figure 2-12
P/S Bracket
Figure 2.12: Power Supply Bracket
2.6 Cooling Fan
There are two (2) Cooling Fans located inside the chassis. The Cooling
Fans are easy to maintain and provide adequate cooling to the system by
blowing air inward. . To replace a defective fan, please refer to Figure 213. Press location A and then pull B, the connector can then be released
shown on Figure 2-14.
B
A
Figure 2.13: Fan connector
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Figure 2.14: Fan Connector Released
2.7 Installing CPU Cards
To install slot board computers and other add-on boards:
1.
Remove the chassis cover.
2.
Take out the hold down cramp
3.
Insert the SBC or add-on cards on suitable location
4.
Before you install the PCA-6003H or PCA-6004H, be sure they
were updated the new BIOS, which could be supported LCD. The
LCD will be malfunctional if the BIOS is not correct. (By AWDFLASH.EXE and 6003h110.bin for PCA-6003H, 6004h110.bin for
PCA-6004H)
5.
Connect the cables to the right location of PCA-6003H and PCA6004H. Refer figure 2-15 and 2-16.
6.
Align and fix the screw to tighten the card to a fixed position
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7.
Return the top cover after fixing the hold down cramp
Feature Connector
System Connector
LCD Connector
USB
VR
Figure 2.15: Installation of PCA-6003H
Feature Connector
System connector
USB
VR
LCD Connector
Figure 2.16: Installation of PCA-6004H
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CHAPTER
3
LCD Display Module &
Accessory
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Chapter 3 LCD Display Module & Accessory
The LCD display module is located at the right side of front bezel. It
could be moved out from chassis by following process:
a.
Undo four screws of LCD module, please refer figure 3-1 to find
out right location
b.
Please move LCD module toward away from chassis to get enough
space putting the LCD module down, refer the figure 3-2.
c.
Release the cabling which connect with LCD module or undo some
screws to open the cover of LCD module to do the necessary process,
which you need.
Screws
Screws
Figure 3.1: LCD Module
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3.1 Removing the LCD Display Module
Figure 3.2: Move out LCD Module
Figure 3.3: Release cable and cover
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3.2 LCD Display Module Layout
User Connector
connect w/ SBC
Inverter
Figure 3.4: Layout of LCD Module Rear
3.3 Specification
Connector Pin Configuration
Pin
Symbol
Description
Pin
Symbol
Description
1
2
Vss
CLK
Ground
Main clock
17
18
G4
G5
Green data
Green data
3
4
5
Hsync
Vsync
Vss
Horizontal sync
Vertical sync
Ground
19
20
21
Vss
B0
B1
Ground
Blue Data
Blue Data
6
7
8
R0
R1
R2
Red data
Red data
Red data
22
23
24
B2
B3
B4
Blue data
Blue data
Blue data
9
10
R3
R4
Red data
Red data
25
26
B5
Vss
Blue data
Ground
11
12
13
R5
VSS
G0
Red Data
Ground
Green Data
27
28
29
DTMG
Vdd
Vdd
Power (+5V)
Power (+5V)
14
15
G1
G2
Green data
Green data
30
31
OAS
NC
O/A, A/V Selection
No Connection
16
G3
Green data
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General Feature
Active display area
Outsize dimensions
6.4 inches diagonal
168W x 123H x 9D mm Type
Pixel pitch
Pixel format
0.204mm x 0.204mm
640 hor. By 480 ver. Pixels
RGB stripe arrangement
Color depth
Display operating mode
Surface treatment
6-bit
Transmissive mode, normally white
Hard coating(2H)
Contrast Ratio
Anti-glare treatment of the front polarizer
100(Min)
Surface Brightness, white(IBL=5.0mA)
Brightness Variation
Viewing Angle (CR>10:1)
100(Min) cd/m2, 120(Typ)cd/m2
1.4(Max)
X axis, right: 40 degree; X axis, left: 40 degree
Operating Temperature
Y axis, up: 10 degree; Y axis, down: 30 degree
0°(Min) ~ 50°(Max)
Storage Temperature
20°(Min) ~ 60°(Max)
3.4 USB
CN1 and CN2 are connected with USB device. CN3 is connected with a
cable kit which is connecting with backlight control of SBC.CN4 is connected with USB cable which is connected with SBC. VR1 is for LCD
brightness adjustment
Figure 3.5: Front I/O Board
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3.5 Internal K/B and Mouse Board
The CN1 is connected with slim type keyboard cable. CN2 is connected
with a cable, which is connected with external K/B and mouse board.
CN3 is connected with touch pad board. Refer figure 3-6 to find out correct location.
Figure 3.6: Internal K/B and Mouse Board
3.6 External K/B and Mouse Board
The J1 is connecting to CN2 of internal K/B and mouse board. JP2 is connecting with 10 function keys membrane cable. CN2 connect with K/B
and Mouse port of SBC by a PS/2 6-pin cable. Refer figure 3-7 to find
correct location.
Figure 3.7: External K/B and Mouse Board
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Appendix
A
Backplane Layout
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Appendix A
Appendix A Backplane Layout
PCA-6114P7-D: 14-slot backplane 1 CPU/ 7 PCI/ 6 ISA
Rev. D1-01
size: 315x260mm
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1.Connectors
Connector
Description
ISA1, 4, 6~8
16 Bit ISA Bus connector
2. Pin Assignments
CN1
BIG 1
PIN Name
PIN Name
PPCI1 ~ PPCI3
32 Bit PCI Bus connector (primary)
1 PS-ON
1 +12V
SPCI4 ~ SPCI7
32 Bit PCI Bus connector (secondary)
2 GND
2 GND
ISA2~3,5
PICMG connector
3 5VSB
3 GND
KB1
KB-In, from CPU card K/B connector
KB2~KB3
KB-Out, 5 pin extemal K/B connector
CN2
KB4
KB-Out, 5-pin external K/B connector
PIN Name
BIG1
Big 4 Pin Power connector
4 +5V
KB1~3
1 5VSB
PIN Name
AT1
AT Power connector
2 GND
ATX1
ATX Power connector
3 GND
1 KBCLK
2 KBDATA
CN1
PS-ON Function, to CPU card for
ATX power signal
4 -5V
3 NC
5 +5V
4 KBGND
CN2
8 pin Alarm Board Power connector
6 +3.3V
5 KBVCC
CN3 FAN
3 pin +5V and +12V Fan connector
7 -12V
CN4 FAN
3 pin +12V DC Fan connector
8 +12V
AT1
(reserved)
PIN Name
J11
ID Select (primary)
J12
ID Select (secondary)
CN3 FAN
1 NC
PIN Name
2 +5V
1 +12V
3 +12V
2 GND
4 -12V
3 +5V
5 GND
6 GND
CN4 FAN
7 GND
PIN Name
8 GND
1 +12V
9 -5V
2 GND
10 +5V
3 +5V
11 +5V
12 +5V
ATX1
PIN Name
29
PIN Name
1
+3.3V
11 +3.3V
2
+3.3V
12 _12V
3
GND
13 GND
4
+5V
14 PS-
5
GND
15 GND
6
+5V
16 GND
7
GND
17 GND
8
NC
18 -5V
9
5VSB
19 +5V
10
+12V
20 +5V
Appendix A
1. Jumper Settings
Jumper J1: Power Type Select (reserved)
J1
open
ATX
closed*
AT
* Default setting: closed
The PCA-6114P10-B can also support 3.3V power. If 3.3V power is needed
while using an AT power supply, please contact Advantech sales for customization.
Jumpers J11/J12
J11/J12
J11
(IDSEL)
PCI Slot
PIN
J12
(IDSEL)
PCI Slot
PIN
PA_D27
PCI1
1,2
PA_D26
PCI2
1,2
PA_D31
PCI1
2,3*
PA_D30
PCI2
2,3*
* default
2.
PCI Routing Table
PCI Group
PCI Slot
IDSEL
PCI interrupt Pin Route
INTA
INTB
INTC
INTD
PCI1
AD31
INTB
INTC
INTD
INTA
PCI2
AD30
INTC
INTD
INTA
INTB
PCI3
AD29
INTD
INTA
INTB
INTC
PCI4
AD20
INTA
INTB
INTC
INTD
PCI5
AD21
INTB
INTC
INTD
INTA
PCI6
AD22
INTC
INTD
INTA
INTB
3. Detachable Board
Depending on chassis usage, users may need to remove the detachable
board along the dotted lines.
P/N:2002611470
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PCA-6114P10-B: 14-slot backplane 1 CPU/ 10 PCI/ 3
ISA Rev. B1-03
size: 315x260mm
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Appendix A
4. Connectors
2. Pin Assignments
Connector Description
ISA3~ISA4
PPCI1~PPCI
3
16 Bit ISA Bus
32 Bit PCI Bus
connector
SPCI4~SPCI
10
32 Bit PCI Bus
connector
ISA1~ISA2
KB1
KB2~KB3
KB4
BIG1
AT1
ATX1
CN1
CN2
CN3 FAN
CN4 FAN
PICMG connector
KB-In, from CPU card
KB-Out, 5 pin extemal
KB-Out, 5 pin AT
Big 4 Pin Power
AT Power connector
ATX Power connector
PS-ON Function,
8 pin Alarm Board
3 pin +5V and +12V
(reserved)
Pin
1
2
3
CN1
Name
PS-ON
GND
5V
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
CN2
Name
5VSB
GND
GND
-5V
+5V
+3.3V
-12V
+12V
CN3 FAN
Pin Name
1 +12V
2 GND
3 +5V
CN4 FAN
Pin Name
1 +12V
2 GND
3 +5V
AT1
Pin Name
1 NC
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
+5V
+12V
-12V
GND
GND
GND
GND
-5V
+5V
+5v
+5V
Pin
1
2
3
4
BIG1
Name
+12V
GND
GND
+5V
KB-1/KB-2/
Pin Name
1 KBCL
2
3
4
5
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
KBDAT
NC
KBGN
KBVC
ATX1
Name
+3.3V
+3.3V
GND
+5V
GND
+5V
GND
NC
5VSB
+12V
+3.3V
-12V
GND
PS-ON
GND
GND
GND
-5V
+5V
+5V
3. Jumper J1: Power Type Select (reserved)
J1
open
ATX
closed*
AT
* Default setting: closed
The PCA-6114P10-B can also support 3.3V power. If 3.3V power is
needed while using an AT power supply, please contact Advantech sales
for customization.
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4. PCI Routing Table
Primary PCI Group
PCI Slot
IDSEL
PCI interrupt Pin Route
INTA
INTB
INTC
INTD
PPCI1
P_AD31
INTB
INTC
INTD
INTA
PPCI2
P_AD30
INTC
INTD
INTA
INTB
PPCI3
P_AD29
INTD
INTA
INTB
INTC6
Secondary PCI Group
PCI Slot
IDSEL
PCI interrupt Pin Route
INTA
INTB
INTC
INTD
SPCI1
P_AD20
INTA
INTB
INTC
INTD
SPCI2
P_AD21
INTB
INTC
INTD
INTA
SPCI3
P_AD22
INTC
INTD
INTA
INTB
SPCI4
P_AD23
INTD
INTA
INTB
INTC
5. Detachable Board
Depending on chassis usage, users may need to remove the detachable
board along the dotted lines.
P/N:2002611480
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Appendix A
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Appendix
B
Safety Instructions
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Appendix B
Appendix B Safety Instructions
B.1 Safety Instructions
1. Read these safety instructions carefully.
2. Keep this User's Manual for later reference.
3. Disconnect this equipment from any AC outlet before cleaning. Use a damp
cloth. Do not use liquid or spray detergents for cleaning.
4. For plug-in equipment, the power outlet socket must be located near the
equipment and must be easily accessible.
5. Keep this equipment away from humidity.
6. Put this equipment on a reliable surface during installation. Dropping it or letting it fall may cause damage.
7. The openings on the enclosure are for air convection. Protect the equipment
from overheating. DO NOT COVER THE OPENINGS.
8. Make sure the voltage of the power source is correct before connecting the
equipment to the power outlet.
9. Position the power cord so that people cannot step on it. Do not place anything
over the power cord.
10. All cautions and warnings on the equipment should be noted.
11. If the equipment is not used for a long time, disconnect it from the power
source to avoid damage by transient overvoltage.
12. Never pour any liquid into an opening. This may cause fire or electrical shock.
13. Never open the equipment. For safety reasons, the equipment should be
opened only by qualified service personnel.
14. If one of the following situations arises, get the equipment checked by service
personnel:
a. The power cord or plug is damaged.
b. Liquid has penetrated into the equipment.
c. The equipment has been exposed to moisture.
d. The equipment does not work well, or you cannot get it to work according
to the user's manual.
e. The equipment has been dropped and damaged.
f. The equipment has obvious signs of breakage.
15. DO NOT LEAVE THIS EQUIPMENT IN AN ENVIRONMENT WHERE
THE STORAGE TEMPERATURE MAY GO BELOW -20° C (-4° F) OR
ABOVE 60° C (140° F). THIS COULD DAMAGE THE EQUIPMENT. THE
EQUIPMENT SHOULD BE IN A CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT.
Th sound pressure level at the operator’s position according to IEC 704-1:1982 is
no more than 70dB(A).
DISCLAIMER: This set of instructions is given according to IEC 704-1. Advantech disclaims all responsibility for the accuracy of any statements contained
herein.
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16. Any insulation on conductors inside EQUIPMENT which connect ACCESSIBLE METAL PARTS or other PROTECTIVELY EARTHED parts with a protective functio to the PROTECTIVE EARTH TERMINAL shall be identified
by the colrs green and yellow at lease at the termination of the conductors.
17. CAUTION: The computer is provided with a Battery-powered Real-Time
Clock Circuit. There is a danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly
replaced. Replace only with same or equivalent typed recommended by the
manufacturer. Discard use batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
18. The computer is provided with appropriate safety standards including lec
60826.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
KLASSE 1 LASER PRODUCT
19 Install the computer. Before your begin make sure the Green/Yellow wire reliable connection between metal part of computer and earthing of final system.
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