Thunderbird-E3100 Mini-ITX Motherboard Technical Manual

Thunderbird-E3100 Mini-ITX Motherboard Technical Manual
Thunderbird-E3100
Mini-ITX Motherboard
Technical Manual
TME-ITX-E3100-R0V8.doc
Revision 0.8 / April 11
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Technical Manual Thunderbird-E3100
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Table of Contents
1.
Overview
1
1.1
Introduction .......................................................................................... 1
Features ................................................................................................. 1
Block Diagram ......................................................................................... 2
1.2
Ordering Information............................................................................. 3
Thunderbird-E3100 Models ....................................................................... 3
Cable Sets and Accessories ....................................................................... 3
1.3
Specifications ........................................................................................ 4
Electrical Specifications ............................................................................ 4
Environmental Specifications ..................................................................... 4
MTBF ..................................................................................................... 4
Mechanical .............................................................................................. 4
Mounting in Mini-ITX enclosure .................................................................. 5
Mounting in ATX enclosure ........................................................................ 5
2.
Getting Started
6
2.1
Connector Locations .............................................................................. 6
Top ........................................................................................................ 6
Bottom ................................................................................................... 7
2.2
Jumper Locations ................................................................................... 8
2.3
LED Indicators ....................................................................................... 10
2.4
Hardware Setup ..................................................................................... 11
3.
Module Description
3.1
Processor ............................................................................................... 12
3.2
Intel® 3100 Chipset .............................................................................. 12
3.3
Graphics Controller (xgi, Volari™ Z9M Series) ....................................... 13
12
VGA Connector ....................................................................................... 13
LVDS Transmitter / Connector (optional) ................................................... 14
Display Backlight Connector (optional) ...................................................... 15
Display Voltage Selector .......................................................................... 15
3.4
Gigabit Ethernet..................................................................................... 16
3.5
USB 2.0 Ports ......................................................................................... 17
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USB 0…3 ............................................................................................... 17
USB 4…5 ............................................................................................... 17
3.6
SATA Ports ............................................................................................. 18
3.7
Serial Ports ............................................................................................ 18
COM Connector ...................................................................................... 18
RS485-Termination Jumpers .................................................................... 19
3.8
On Board Power Supply ......................................................................... 20
Power Connector .................................................................................... 20
Real Time Clock Backup ........................................................................... 20
3.9
System Panel Connector ........................................................................ 21
Power-Button ......................................................................................... 21
Power-LED ............................................................................................. 21
Reset-In ................................................................................................ 21
HDD-LED ............................................................................................... 21
Watchdog-LED ....................................................................................... 22
Intruder-Detect ...................................................................................... 22
3.10 Mini-PCIe ............................................................................................... 23
3.11 PCI Express x4 Slots .............................................................................. 23
3.12 LEMT functions ...................................................................................... 24
Board Specific LEMT function - Get Voltage ................................................ 24
3.13 ASF System Management ....................................................................... 25
3.14 CPU Fan Supply ...................................................................................... 25
3.15 Chassis Fan Supply ................................................................................ 25
4.
Using the Module
26
4.1
BIOS ...................................................................................................... 26
Setup .................................................................................................... 26
Initialize BIOS at first startup ................................................................... 26
Booting from alternative device ................................................................ 26
Reload default BIOS values ...................................................................... 27
BIOS Screens ......................................................................................... 28
5.
Address Maps
34
Memory Address Map .............................................................................. 34
I/O Address Map ..................................................................................... 35
Interrupts .............................................................................................. 36
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DMA Channels ........................................................................................ 37
6.
Troubleshooting
38
Appendix A, Contact Information
1
Appendix B, Getting Help
2
Appendix C, Further Resources
3
Appendix D, Revision History
4
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1. Overview
1.1 Introduction
The brand name for the product is defined as Thunderbird-E3100.
The Mini ITX board Thunderbird-E3100 is designed for applications where a high performance x86
compatible dual core processor board is necessary. The board concept offers a lot of standard I/O
interfaces.
The Thunderbird-E3100 is designed by using the E3100 chipset technology platform from Intel. The
CPU/chipset will be found on Intel’s embedded roadmap ensuring long time availability.
Features
·
Intel Core 2 Duo T9400 (FSB 800MHz, 6MB Cache) with Intel E3100 chipset
·
VGA, 1600 x 1200 Pixels
·
LVDS, 18 Bit, 1600 x 1200 Pixels (optional)
·
Gigabit LAN with ASF support
·
Gigabit LAN
·
4 x USB 2.0
·
2 x USB 2.0 internal (µDOC)
·
6 x SATA 1.5Gbit/s
·
2 x RS232 or RS422/RS485, software selectable
·
1 x Mini-Card PCIe x1 (+ 1x USB 2.0)
·
2 x PCI Express x4 Slot
·
2 x DDR2 400MHz DIMM Sockets (up to 2 x 4GB modules), registered ECC
·
LEMT management functions
·
System Panel Header
·
Low power consumption
·
Optionally extended temperature range -40 ... +85°C
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Block Diagram
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1.2 Ordering Information
Thunderbird-E3100 Models
Order number
Description
705-0010-10
Thunderbird-E3100 Mini-ITX CPU board with T9400 Intel Core 2 Processor
(1.9 GHz, 6MB L2 cache, 800 MHz FSB)
Operating temp. range: 0°C … +60°C
705-0010-11
Thunderbird-E3100 Mini-ITX CPU board with T7500 Intel Core 2 Processor
(2.2 GHz, 4MB L2 cache, 800 MHz FSB)
Operating temp. range: 0°C … +60°C
Cable Sets and Accessories
Order number
Description
862-0055-10
Cable, IDC10 (2.54mm) to 2x USB (A)
323-0038-00
I/O Panel, Thunderbird-E3100, standard
323-0039-00
I/O Panel, Thunderbird-E3100, shifted
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1.3 Specifications
Electrical Specifications
Supply voltage
12V ± 5% or ATX power supply +3.3V, +5V, +5VSB, +12V
Rise time
< 10 ms
Supply voltage ripple
± 50 mV
Inrush current
12 V Power supply: 3A
Power consumption
705-0010-10
ATX Power supply:
+5VSB:
+5V:
+3.3V:
+12V:
typical values
0.17A
0.7A
0.4A
1.5A
12 V Power supply:
+12V:
typical value
2.0 A
Power consumption depending on usage and operating system
typical 24 W
Environmental Specifications
Temperature range
0 … 60 °C (standard, for models with serial numbers 7xx-xxxx-xx)
-20 … 60 °C (standard, for models with serial numbers 8xx-xxxx-xx)
-40 … 85 °C (extended, for models with serial numbers 9xx-xxxx-xx)
Storage temperature
-40 … 85 °C
Temperature change
max. 10K / 30 minutes
Humidity (relative)
10 … 90 % (non-condensing)
Pressure
450 … 1100 hPa
MTBF
MTBF at 25°C
178.802 hours
MTBF at 40°C
138.553 hours
Mechanical
Dimensions (L x W)
170 mm x 170 mm (6.689 x 6.689-inch) 6.689" by 6.689"
Height
approx. 37 mm with CPU / chipset cooler above PCB
approx. 4 mm below PCB
PCB thickness 1.6 mm
total height approx. 42.6 mm
Weight
500 gr
Mounting
6 mounting holes:
4 mounting holes for mounting in Mini-ITX case with support of one
PCI Express x 4 Slot at the bracket
2 additional mounting holes for shifted mounting in ATX case
with support of two PCI-Express x 4 Slots at the brackets
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Caution
Never create a short circuit with the components located around the
mounting holes when the board is mounted on metal spacers. This can
damage the board!
Mounting in Mini-ITX enclosure
In a Mini-ITX enclosure the board is mounted by using the 4 standard mounting holes. Only one PCI
Express x 4 Slot is useable at the slot bracket.
Please use standard I/O shield, part number 323-0038-00.
Mounting in ATX enclosure
In an ATX or Micro ATX enclosure the board can be mounted by using the 2 inner mounting holes.
The board is shifted to the right and both PCI Express x 4 Slots are useable at the slot brackets.
Please use shifted I/O shield, part number 323-0039-00.
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2. Getting Started
2.1 Connector Locations
Top
SATA0
Power Supply
SATA1 SATA2
SATA4
SATA3 SATA5
CPU
Fan
System
Panel
Chassis
Fan
21
2x USB
(µDOC)
2
1
Mini-PCIe
PCI Express x4
Slot0
DDR2 DIMM
Sockets
Serial Ports
COM1 top
COM2 Bottom
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(82573) (82574)
&2xUSB
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VGA
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Bottom
1
1
Backlight
LVDS
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2.2
Jumper Locations
Jumper
Jumper-Pos.
1
1–2
Init CMOS – load setup def. –
1–2
Init CMOS NL (def.)
1–3
LCD Voltage Selection 3.3V (def.)
3–5
LCD Voltage Selection 5V
2–4
Backlight Voltage Selection 12V (def.)
4–6
Backlight Voltage Selection 5V
2
3
X19
Function
1 – 2 & 3 – 4 RS485 termination of COM1
5 – 6 & 7 – 8 RS485 termination of COM2
JP1
JP3
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4
3
2
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JP’s X19
1 3 5 7
2 4 6 8
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2.3
LED Indicators
To facilitate problem solving, the Thunderbird-E3100 provides LED indicators for the following
conditions:
LED
Name
Function
1
WWAN
Status of wireless add-in card (WAN)
2
WLAN
Status of wireless add-in card (LAN)
3
WPAN
Status of wireless add-in card (PAN)
4
HDD
5
P10 (SBY)
Standby Power Supply
6
P11 (PM)
Power Mode
7
P12 (MAIN)
Main Power Supply
8
WD
Watchdog activated
Harddisk: SATA accesses
HDD LED 4
4
Status LED
5713
682
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2.4
Hardware Setup
Installing the Thunderbird-E3100 is very straightforward. First, unpack the board observing the usual
electrostatic discharge (ESD) precautions.
Caution
Before you touch the board, make sure that you have discharged yourself
and your gear towards a grounded terminal. Damages due to ESD are usually
not immediately visible and will only show up later as failures in the field.
Mount the cooling device.
Caution
Never operate the Thunderbird-E3100 without suitable cooling devices.
Failing this can destroy the module.
Check the RAM module assembly. The RAM modules must be installed properly in the sockets.
Note
The Thunderbird-E3100 is using registered DDR2 ECC DIMM. If only one DIMM is
used it must be installed in the outside RAM socket near the board edge because
of the termination of the memory bus.
Connect a display monitor to the VGA connector and keyboard and mouse to USB connectors. Add a
suitable hard drive and/or a CD drive to the configuration.
Caution
Never connect or disconnect peripherals like hard drives while the board's
power supply is connected and switched on!
Connect a standard ATX supply and switch on the power.
The display shows the BIOS messages. If you want to change the standard BIOS settings, press the
<DEL> key to enter the BIOS menu. See BIOS chapter for more details.
If you need to load the BIOS default values, press the <Insert> key during startup. This forces the
BIOS to load the factory settings from FlashPROM.
The Thunderbird-E3100 can boot from CD drives, USB floppy, USB stick, harddisk, or network.
Provided that any of these is connected and contains a valid operating system image, the display
then shows the boot screen of your operating system.
Note
Not all USB devices are suitable to boot the Thunderbird-E3100.
If there are problems, please try to use another device from another
manufacturer.
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3. Module Description
3.1 Processor
Intel
®
CoreTM 2 Duo Processor, 1.9 GHz (T9400) … 2.2 GHz (T7500).
The Penryn processor on 45-nanometer process technology is the next generation high-performance,
low-power mobile processor based on the Intel® Core™ microarchitecture. Available in:
·
·
·
·
Dual Core Extreme edition (DC-XE)
Standard voltage (SV)
Low voltage (LV)
Ultra-low voltage (ULV)
In this document, the Penryn processor will be referred to as the processor and the chipset will be
referred to as the MCH. The following list provides some of the key features on this processor:
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
Supports L1 cache-to-cache (C2C) transfer
On-die, primary 32-kB instruction cache and 32-kB write-back data cache in each core
The Penryn processor in DC-XE, SV and LV have an On-die, up to 6-MB second level shared
cache with Advanced Transfer Cache architecture
The Penryn processor in ULV have an On-die, up to 3-MB second-level shared cache with
Advanced Transfer Cache architecture
Streaming SIMD extensions 2 (SSE2), streaming SIMD extensions 3 (SSE3), supplemental
streaming SIMD extensions 3 (SSSE3) and SSE4.1 instruction sets
The Penryn processor in DC-XE, SV and LV are offered at 1066-MHz source synchronous front
side bus (FSB)
The Penryn processor in ULV are offered at 800-MHz source-synchronous front side bus (FSB)
Advanced power management features including Enhanced Intel Speed Step® Technology and
dynamic FSB frequency switching
Digital thermal sensor (DTS)
Intel® 64 architecture
Intel® Dynamic Acceleration Technology and Enhanced Multi Threaded Thermal Management
(EMTTM)
Supports PSI2 functionality
The Penryn processor in SV is offered in Micro-FCPGA and Micro-FCBGA packaging technologies
The Penryn SFF processor in LV and ULV are offered in Micro-FCBGA packaging technologies
only
Execute Disable Bit support for enhanced security
C6 Low Power Feature with P_LVL6 I/O Support
3.2 Intel® 3100 Chipset
The Intel® 3100 Chipset is a single integrated chip that contains the functionality of a Memory
Controller Hub and an I/O Controller Hub. In this document the Memory Controller Hub unit and I/O
Controller Hub unit in the Intel® 3100 Chipset are referenced as IMCH (Integrated Memory
Controller Hub) and IICH (Integrated I/O Controller Hub) respectively. The IMCH and IICH units are
connected internally through the NSI (North South Interface). The NSI is an internal bus that is not
externally accessible.
The Intel® 3100 Chipset provides customers an integrated system controller with an ECC memory
solution in combination with high-performance, low-power processors to enable small form factor
designs in the Storage, Wireless, Wire-line and Security market segments. To accomplish this, the
Intel® 3100 Chipset implements numerous RASUM (Reliability, Availability, Serviceability, Usability
and Manageability) features on multiple interfaces.
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A Intel® 3100 Chipset system implementation consists of:
•
•
•
•
•
One processor socket operating at 100/133/167/200 MHz
One Intel® 3100 Chipset
One to four DDR2-400 DIMMs (a maximum of 4 ranks are supported)
Bridge devices providing I/O subsystem connectivity
Several I/O devices such as USB, SATA, etc.
The Intel® 3100 Chipset also provides one x8 PCI Express interface, which may be split into a pair
of independent x4 PCI Express interfaces. Additionally, the Intel® 3100 Chipset provides one x4 PCI
Express interface, which may be configured as four independent x1 PCI Express interfaces.
I/O Controller Hub (IICH) functions are integrated into the Intel® 3100 Chipset, eliminating the
requirement for a legacy I/O bridge.
The Intel® 3100 Chipset also supports:
•
•
•
•
•
Four USB 2.0 ports
Six SATA ports
One LPC bus
Two UART port
Two SMBus ports
3.3 Graphics Controller (xgi, Volari™ Z9M Series)
Volari™ Z9M GPU is the extreme programmable GPU of the XGI™ 2D GPU family that comes in a
297-ball, 23mmx23mm BGA package (lead-free). The Volari™ Z9M integrates a PCI 2.2 controller
and a 64-bit 2D graphics engine. It integrates a 16-bit DDR memory. The Z9M also incorporates a
configurable 3.3V/2.5V DVO digital interface to support a third party LVDS/TMDS transmitter. It can
achieve high 2D performance with a memory interface supporting a bandwidth of up to 0.33 GB/s
(DDR @166MHz).
Volari™ Z9M GPU Features:
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
PCI Bus Interface
High Performance 2D Accelerator
High Efficient BroadBahn™ Memory Architecture
High Performance Flat Panel Display Interface
High Integration
Resolution, Color & Frame Rate
Power Management
Multimedia Application
VGA Connector
Connector type:
Matching connector:
DSUB15 HD
DSUB15 connector, male
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
Red
2
Green
3
Blue
4
Reserved
5
GND
6
GND
7
GND
8
GND
9
+5V
10
GND
11
Reserved
12
DDC_DAT
13
HSYNC
14
VSYNC
15
DDC_CLK
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LVDS Transmitter / Connector (optional)
Note
The LVDS and VGA port are using same timing and resolution parameters. The
VGA controller does not support using both interfaces at the same time, either
VGA is active (standard) or LVDS is active (optional). Therefore the LVDS port is
intended to be used in special consumer applications only. The LVDS and
backlight connector is not equipped on the standard version of the board. Please
contact us regarding a special offer for a board with LVDS and backlight
connector and a necessary VGA bios adaption if the LVDS port is planned to be
used.
Connector type:
Matching connector:
Hirose DF14 30 pin header 1.25 mm, single row
Hirose DF14-30S-1.25C, Part number 538-0012-3 00
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
VCC_LCD
2
VCC_LCD
3
GND
4
GND
5
TX3-
6
TX3+
7
TXCLK-
8
TXCLK+
9
GND
10
TX2-
11
TX2+
12
TX1-
13
TX1+
14
TX0-
15
TX0+
16
GND
17
NC
18
NC
19
NC
20
NC
21
GND
22
NC
23
NC
24
NC
25
NC
26
NC
27
NC
28
GND
29
DDC_CLK
30
DDC_DAT
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Display Backlight Connector (optional)
Connector type:
Matching connector:
Pin
Signal
1
+12V
2
+12V
3
+5V
4
+5V
5
EN
6
VCC_BL
7
GND
8
GND
Hirose DF13 8 pin header 1.25 mm
Hirose DF13-8S-1.25C, part number 536-0007-0 00
Caution:
Maximum current on all
supply pins is 1A!
VCC_BL is switched
Inverter Power.
EN is Backlight Enable
Signal with 3.3V leveling.
Display Voltage Selector
Connector type:
Matching connector:
IDC6 pin header 2.0 mm
2.0 mm jumper
Use a jumper between 1-3 or 3-5 to select the backlight voltage.
Use a jumper between 2-4 or 4-6 to select the display voltage.
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
+12V
2
+5V
3
Backlight
Voltage
4
Display
Voltage
5
+5V
6
+3,3V
Default setup is 3,3V for LVDS display and 12V for the inverter.
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3.4 Gigabit Ethernet
There are two Ethernet ports available on two standard 3-port stackable ETH/USB connectors. One
Ethernet by 82573V with ASF and the other by 82574IT
Connector type:
Matching connector:
Amphenol G71M132611AEU
8P8C (RJ45) plug
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
MX1+
2
MX1-
3
MX2+
4
MX2-
5
MX3+
6
MX3-
7
MX4+
8
MX4-
LED A
Link
LED B
Activity
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3.5 USB 2.0 Ports
There are 6 USB 2.0 ports available on three different connectors.
USB 0…3
Four USB ports from the chipset are available on two standard 3-port stackable ETH/USB connectors.
Connector type:
Matching connector:
Amphenol G71M132611AEU
8P8C (RJ45) plug
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
USB_VCC
2
USB-
1
3
3
USB+
4
USB_GND
0
2
USB 4…5
Two additional USB ports from the PCI USB controller are available on IDC header. This connector
can also be used to mount an USB flash device.
Connector type:
Matching connector:
IDC10 pin header 2.54 mm
IDC10 pin female connector 2.54 mm
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
USB_VCC4
2
USB_VCC5
3
USB4-
4
USB5-
5
USB4+
6
USB5+
7
USB_GND4
8
USB_GND5
9
Key
10
NC
This connector is prepared for µDOC (uDiskOnChip from different vendors) in horizontal version.
The µDOC is a high-speed flash disk with USB 2.0 Interface. It can be plugged directly on the
header and mounted with a screw.
An adapter cable with two standard USB connectors is also available for this pin header.
Note
The bios supports only booting from the chipset USB ports USB 0...3. The USB
ports 4...5 can not be used for booting an operating system.
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3.6 SATA Ports
There are six SATA ports available for the application on six SATA connectors.
Connector type:
Matching connector:
Pin
Signal
RS232
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
GND
A+
AGND
BB+
GND
SATA THT MOLEX 67800-8001
7 pin Serial ATA plug
3.7 Serial Ports
Two serial ports are located on the board. They can either work in RS232 or in RS422/RS485 mode,
selectable via BIOS setting. When entering Integrated Peripherals -> Super IO Device the I/O
address, IRQ and Mode for each COM Port can be selected. Termination resistors for RS485 Mode
can be set with Jumpers on pin headers as described in chapter 4.15.
To enable the transmitters of COM1 and COM2 in RS485 mode set the RTS# signal to ‘1’. Depending
on your operating system driver’s logic, this may mean setting a (non-inverted) RTS bit to ‘0’ in your
application software.
The following settings are possible for COM1 and COM2:
·
Disabled
·
3F8 / IRQ4 (base address / interrupt channel)
·
2F8 / IRQ3 (base address / interrupt channel)
·
3E8 / IRQ4 (base address / interrupt channel)
·
2E8 / IRQ3 (base address / interrupt channel)
COM Connector
Connector type:
Matching connector:
2x Combo DSUB9
DSUB9 connector, female
COM1:
top connector
COM2:
bottom connector
Pin
Signal
RS232
Signal
RS485
1
3
5
7
9
DCD#
TXD
GND
RTS#
NC
NC
TXDGND
TXD+
NC
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RS232
Signal
RS485
2
4
6
8
RXD
DTR#
DSR#
CTS#
RXDNC
RXD+
NC
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RS485-Termination Jumpers
Connector type:
Matching part:
IDC8 pin header 2.0 mm (X19)
2.0 mm jumper
Use 2 mm jumpers to terminate lines correctly.
There are two jumpers COM1 and COM2, respectively.
The RS485 termination jumpers are located at the top of the printed circuit board, see chapter 2.2
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
TX1+
2
TX1-
3
RX1+
4
RX1-
5
TX2+
6
TX2-
7
RX2+
8
RX2-
When the jumper is set, the differential pairs
are terminated with 120W between them.
(e.g. RX+ and RX-, on the right picture)
Additionally, positive/negative receive lines are pulled up/down
with 10kW to 5V/GND in order to protect the transceivers of the
Thunderbird-E3100 from over voltages.
It is recommended to protect the ports of the external device in
the same way!
Caution: Termination Resistors should not be used in RS232 Mode!
Otherwise, the serial ports will not work.
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3.8 On Board Power Supply
Power Connector
Connector type:
Matching connector:
ATX-Power connector (X26)
Molex Mini-Fit Jr.™ Receptacle Housing, Dual Row, UL 94V-2, 20 Circuits,
5556 series and Mini-Fit Plus HCS™ Crimp Terminal 45750
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
+3,3 V
-12 V
GND
Power Supply ON
GND
GND
GND
-5 V
+5 V
+5 V
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
+3,3 V
+3,3 V
GND
+5 V
GND
+5 V
GND
Power OK
+5 V (stand by)
+12 V
Note
In 12V-only mode, the power supply must be connected to +12V (Pin 10) and
GND (e.g. Pin 7). The other pins must be left open.
Real Time Clock Backup
There is a changeable battery on board. This battery is necessary to power the real-time clock (RTC)
if the power supply is switched off.
Battery Type:
CR2032, 3 Volt
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3.9 System Panel Connector
That connector is used by a different kind of signals. There is no standard cable adapter available.
Connector type:
Matching connector:
IDC12 pin header 2.54 mm (X27)
IDC12 pin female connector 2.54 mm
Power-Button
The Power-Button signal is located on the IDC10 Header. To power up/down the board the signal
Power-Button must be pulled to GND.
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
3
5
7
9
11
+3,3V
HDD_LEDPWR_BTN+
GND
RST_BTN+
GND
2
4
6
8
10
12
+3.3V (via 330 R)
n.c.
GND
MICH_INTRUDER#
+3.3V (via 330 R)
Watchdog#
Power-LED
The "POWER LED" signal is located on the IDC10 Header. A Power LED can be connected between
Pin2 and Pin6
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
3
5
7
9
11
+3,3V
HDD_LEDPWR_BTN+
GND
RST_BTN+
GND
2
4
6
8
10
12
+3.3V (via 330 R)
n.c.
GND
MICH_INTRUDER#
+3,3 (via 330R)V
Watchdog#
Reset-In
The Reset-Button signal is located on the IDC10 Header. To reset the board, the signal Reset-Button
must be pulled to GND.
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
3
5
7
9
11
+3,3V
HDD_LEDPWR_BTN+
GND
RST_BTN+
GND
2
4
6
8
10
12
+3.3V (via 330 R)
n.c.
GND
MICH_INTRUDER#
+3.3V (via 330 R)
Watchdog#
HDD-LED
The "HDD LED" signal is located on the IDC10 Header. To see the HDD activation, the signal "HDD
LED" must be pulled to +3.3V.
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
3
5
7
9
11
+3,3V
HDD_LEDPWR_BTN+
GND
RST_BTN+
GND
2
4
6
8
10
12
+3.3V (via 330 R)
n.c.
GND
MICH_INTRUDER#
+3.3V (via 330 R)
Watchdog#
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Watchdog-LED
The "Watchdog-LED" signal is located on the IDC10 Header. A LED can be connected between Pin10
and Pin12. The signal WATCHDOG will go low on a watchdog event.
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
3
5
7
9
11
+3,3V
HDD_LEDPWR_BTN+
GND
RST_BTN+
GND
2
4
6
8
10
12
+3.3V (via 330 R)
n.c.
GND
MICH_INTRUDER#
+3.3 V (via 330R)
Watchdog#
Intruder-Detect
The INTRUDER Detect input signal is located on the IDC10 Header. This signal can be used to
recognize the removal of the system cover. It must be connected to GND by a switch at the system
cover to generate an ASF alert, TCO interrupt or SMI.
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
3
5
7
9
11
+3,3V
HDD_LEDPWR_BTN+
GND
RST_BTN+
GND
2
4
6
8
10
12
+3.3V (via 330 R)
n.c.
GND
MICH_INTRUDER#
+3.3 V (via 330R)
Watchdog#
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3.10
Mini-PCIe
Connector type:
Matching part:
Mini-PCIe
Mini-PCI-Express Card / MiniCard
PIN
Signal
PIN
Signal
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
43
45
47
49
51
WAKE#
Reserved
Reserved
CLKREQ#
GND
REFCLKREFCLK+
GND
Reserved
Reserved
GND
PERn0
PERp0
GND
GND
PETn0
PETp0
GND
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
52
3V3
GND
1V5
UIM_PWR
UIM_DATA
UIM_CLK
UIM_RESET
UIM_VPP
GND
W_DISABLE#
PERST#
3V3aux
GND
1V5
SMB_CLK
SMB_DATA
GND
USB_DUSB_D+
GND
LED_WWAN#
LED_WLAN#
LED_WPAN#
1V5
GND
3V3
3.11
PCI Express x4 Slots
Two PCI Express x4 ports are located on the board.
Connector type:
Matching part:
Molex 0877159102
PCI-Express x4, x2, x1
Pin
Side A
Side B
Pin
Side A
Side B
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
PRSNT1#
+12V
+12V
GND
TCK
TDI
TDO
TMS
+3,3V
+3,3V
PERST#
GND
REFCLK+
REFCLKGND
PERp0
+12V
+12V
+12V
GND
SMB_CLK
SMB_DAT
GND
+3,3V
TRST#
+3,3V_AUX
WAKE#
Reserved
GND
PETp0
PETn0
GND
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
PERn0
GND
Reserved
GND
PERp1
PERn1
GND
GND
PERp2
PERn2
GND
GND
PERp3
PERn3
GND
Reserved
PRSNT2#
GND
PETp1
PETn1
GND
GND
PETp2
PETn2
GND
GND
PETp3
PETn3
GND
Reserved
PRSNT2#
GND
Deep PCI bus hierarchy by BIOS (up to 128 “layers”) and add-on PCI Express cards is supported.
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3.12
LEMT functions
The onboard Microcontroller implements power sequencing and LEMT (LiPPERT Enhanced
Management Technology) functionality. The microcontroller communicates via the System
Management Bus with the CPU/Chipset. The following functions are implemented:
·
Total operating hours counter
Counts the number of hours the module has been run in minutes.
·
On-time minutes counter
Counts the seconds since last system start.
·
Temperature monitoring of CPU and Board temperature
Min. and max. temperature values of CPU and board are stored in flash.
·
Power cycles counter
·
Watchdog Timer
Set / Reset / Disable Watchdog Timer.
·
System Restart Cause
Power loss / Watchdog / External Reset.
·
Flash area
1kB Flash area for customer data
·
Fan
CPU-Fan is controlled by LEMT. Fan-Speed is readable in RPM.
·
Voltage Monitor
·
Protected Flash area
128 Bytes for Keys, ID's, etc. can stored in a write- and clear-protectable region.
·
Board Identify
Vendor / Board / Serial number
Board Specific LEMT function - Get Voltage
The onboard Microcontroller of the Thunderbird-E3100 implements a Voltage Monitor and samples 7
Onboard-Voltages. The Voltages can be ready by calling the LEMT function “Get Voltages”. The
function returns a 16 Bit value divided in Hi-Byte and Lo-Byte. The Channels are assigned to the
Voltages in the following way:
ADC
Channel
Voltage
[16-bit value]
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
--0.9V
1.8V
1.05V
1.5V
CPU-Vcore
5V
12V
The system voltages can be expressed as following equation:
Vx
= ADC_CHANNEL_[1..5]*3.3/1024
The higher system voltages 5V and 12V can be expressed as following equation:
V5
= ADC_CHANNEL_[6]*22/12*3.3/1024
V12 = ADC_CHANNEL_[7]*62/15*3.3/1024
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3.13
ASF System Management
The Thunderbird-E3100 provides remote access and manageability even in low-power and OSabsent states using the DMTF ASF standard.
ASF alerting capabilities include heartbeat signals to indicate the system is up and running on the
network. Also included are environmental notifications such as thermal status of CPU, voltages and
fan alerts, which send proactive warnings that something is wrong with the hardware. In addition,
asset security is provided by cover tamper message (see INTRUDER Detect).
Remote-control capabilities allow to remotely power up, power down, power cycle, reset or reboot
the system.
3.14
CPU Fan Supply
The Thunderbird-E3100 provides a connector to power a CPU fan, if the module is actively cooled.
The output voltage is minimum 7V and is regulated to the temperature of the CPU.
Connector type:
Matching connector:
AMP-640456-3Pin
Molex 2.54mm (.100") Pitch KK® Crimp Terminal Housing, 3 Circuits
Pin
3.15
Signal
1
Speed Signal from fan (yellow)
2
+12VDC (red)
3
GND (black)
Chassis Fan Supply
The Thunderbird-E3100 provides a connector to power a Chassis fan.
Connector type:
Matching connector:
AMP-640456-3Pin
Molex 2.54mm (.100") Pitch KK® Crimp Terminal Housing, 3 Circuits
Pin
Signal
1
Speed Signal from fan (yellow)
2
+12VDC (red)
3
GND (black)
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4. Using the Module
4.1 BIOS
The Thunderbird-E3100 is delivered with a standard PC BIOS. By default, all setup settings are done
to have a “ready to run” system, even without a BIOS setup backup battery. The BIOS is located in a
Flash PROM and can be easily updated on-board.
Setup
Pressing <F2> or <DEL> at power-up starts the setup utility.
Initialize BIOS at first startup
It is important to initialize the BIOS setting at first startup of the board.
Call setup by pressing <F2> or <DEL> at power-up and executed Load Optimized Defaults. Then
use Save & Exit Setup to save and activate the new settings.
The "Optimized Defaults" is the optimized BIOS setup for the Cool RoadRunner-PM
Booting from alternative device
Pressing the <ESC> key at power-up starts the Boot Menu. Choose one of the listed bootable devices
for booting.
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Reload default BIOS values
To reload the default values automatically at power up JP1 must be plugged before power up. On
power up the bios will recognize plugged JP1 and load the setup defaults.
You will see the following message :
Then press <F1> to continue with default setup values and remove JP1 again.
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BIOS Screens
The BIOS setup utility allows setting of various board parameters. The following pictures show the
different setup menus. The Cool RoadRunner-PM specific settings are explained here.
Standard CMOS Features
Advanced BIOS Features
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Advanced BIOS Features – CPU Feature
Advanced Chipset Features
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Integrated Peripherals
Integrated Peripherals – SuperIO Device
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Frequency/Voltage Control
The CPU clock ratio is set by the BIOS, depending on the processor version used. Usually, this is the
best setting possible. Changing these values is only recommended for very experienced users and
should only be attempted after studying the processor's datasheet.
Caution
Use this feature on your own risk.
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PnP/PCI Configurations
Special Features
This page is reserved for upcoming special features of the board.
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Power Management Setup, part 1
S1: POS – Power On Suspend
No instructions are executed by the processor, RAM contents are preserved
S3: Suspend To RAM (STR), Standby
The current processor context is saved to RAM, the processor itself and most peripherals are
switched off. RAM content is preserved by hardware.
Power Management Setup, part 2
When enabled, the Reload Global Timer Events allow restarting the global standby timer when such
an event occurs.
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5. Address Maps
This section describes the mapping of the CPU memory and I/O address spaces. Also covered in this
section is the PCI configuration space mapping.
Note - Depending on enabled or disabled functions in the BIOS, other
or more resources may be used.
Memory Address Map
Address Range (Hex)
Description
000000–09FFFF
Conventional Memory
0A0000–0AFFFF
VGA Adapter
0B0000–0BFFFF
VGA Adapter
0C0000–0DFFFF
Adapter ROM
0E0000–0EFFFF
System
0F0000–0FFFFF
System Bios
3FEE0000-3FEFFFFF
Motherboard resources
FEC00000-FFB7FFFF
Motherboard resources
FFB80000-FFBFFFFF
Intel FWH
FFF00000-FFFFFFFF
Motherboard resources
FFB80000-FFBFFFFF
Firmware Hub
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I/O Address Map
The system chipset implements a number of registers in I/O address space. These registers occupy
the following map in the I/O space (depending on enabled or disabled functions in the BIOS other or
more resources may be used).
Address Range (Hex)
Description
0000-000F
DMA Controller 1 (8237)
0020-0021
Interrupt Controller 1 (8259)
0040-0043
Timer Controller (8254)
0060
Keyboard Controller Data Byte
0061
Speaker Control
0062-0063
Motherboard resources
0064
Kbd Ctlr, CMD,STAT Byte
0065-006F
Motherboard resources
0070-0073
Real Time Clock
0074-007F
Motherboard resources
0080-009F
DMA Page Registers
00A0-00A1
Interrupt Controller 2 (8259)
00C0-00DF
DMA Controller 1 (8237)
00F0-00FF
Math Coprocessor
0170-0177
Secondary IDE
01F0-01F7
Primary IDE
02F8-02FF
Serial Port 2
0376
Secondary IDE
03B0-03BB
VGA Controller
03C0-03DF
VGA Controller
03F6
Primary IDE
03F8-03FF
Serial Port 1
0400-04BF
Motherboard resources
04D0-04D1
Motherboard resources
0500-051F
SM Bus controller
0800-087F
Motherboard resources
0880-088F
Motherboard resources
0A000-0AFFF
PCI Express Port
0ACE0-0ACFF
82574 Ethernet Controller
0B000-0BFFF
PCI Express Port
0BCE0-0BCFF
82573 Ethernet Controller
0CF00-0CF7F
VGA Controller
0D000-0EFFF
PCI Express Port
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Address Range (Hex)
Description
0FD00-0FD0F
IDE Controller
0FE00-0FE1F
USB Controller
0FF00-0FF1F
USB Controller
Interrupts
IRQ (Bus)
NMI
System Resource
Parity Error
0 (ISA)
Timer
3 (ISA)
Serial Port 2
4 (ISA)
Serial Port 1
6 (ISA)
Not used
7 (ISA)
Not used
8 (ISA)
Real Time Clock
9 (ISA)
ACPI Controller
10 (PCI)
Motherboard ressources
11 (PCI)
SM Bus Controller
12 (ISA)
Not used
13 (ISA)
Math Coprozessor
14 (ISA)
Primary IDE controller
15 (ISA)
Secondary IDE controller
16 (PCI)
USB Controller
16 (PCI)
PCI Express Port
16 (PCI)
Ethernet Controller 82573
17 (PCI)
Ethernet Controller 82574
19 (PCI)
USB Controller
20 (PCI)
USB Controller
23 (PCI)
USB Controller
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DMA Channels
DMA
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0
User available
1
User available
2
User available
3
User available
4
DMA Controller
5
User Available
6
User Available
7
User Available
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6. Troubleshooting
First steps if the Board does not boot:
·
Check the status LED's P10 – P12 on the board. Is P11 blinking? Are all input voltages
properly available?
·
Check the power connectors to the board, monitor and additional devices.
·
Are all cables plugged on the correct connector and in the correct orientation? The board
may not boot if some of the cables are not plugged in correctly!
·
Is a RAM module inserted on CPU Board?
·
Check the power supply. Is the supply voltage correct for the board? If you are not sure,
read the manual. Try plugging in a different power supply or multi-meter to check the
power a wrong supply voltage can easily FRY a computer and other electrical devices.
·
Is your display ok? Is the monitor powered on? Is the monitor's video cable plugged into
the video connector? Double-check the brightness and contrast settings. Plug the monitor
into another computer if possible to verify the monitor isn't the problem.
·
Remove all additional devices from the system. Only the processor board, power supply,
monitors and the keyboard should remain in the system.
·
Replace the system RAM
·
Assure your cooling measures work correctly and keep the processor at a reasonable
temperature.
·
If all else has failed, replace the CPU Board itself.
·
If system comes up then load at first the OPTIMIZED DEFAULTS in the BIOS setup and
reboot.
If you need to send the board to LiPPERT for repair, be sure you get a Return Material Authorization
number (RMA) first.
Check also Appendix B (Getting Help).
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Appendix A, Contact Information
Headquarters
LiPPERT Embedded Computers GmbH
Hans-Thoma-Straße 11
68163 Mannheim
Germany
Phone
+49 621 432140
Fax
+49 621 4321430
E-mail
sales@lippertembedded.com
support@lippertembedded.com
Website
www.lippertembedded.com
US Office
LiPPERT Embedded Computers, Inc.
2220 Northmont Parkway, Suite 250
Duluth, GA 30096
USA
Phone
+1 (770) 295 0031
Fax
+1 (678) 417 6273
E-mail
ussales@lippertembedded.com
support@lippertembedded.com
Website
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Appendix A
Appendix B, Getting Help
Should you have technical questions that are not covered by the respective manuals, please contact
our support department at support@lippertembedded.com.
Please allow one working day for an answer!
Technical manuals as well as other literature for all LiPPERT products can be found in the Products
section of LiPPERT's website www.lippertembedded.com. Simply locate the product in question and
follow the link to its manual.
Returning Products for Repair
To return a product to LiPPERT for repair, you need to get a Return Material Authorization (RMA)
number first.
Please print the RMA Request Form from http://www.lippertembedded.com/service/repairs.html
fill in the blanks and fax it to +49 621 4321430. We'll return it to you with the RMA number.
Deliveries without a valid RMA number are returned to sender at his own cost!
LiPPERT has a written Warranty and Repair Policy, which can be retrieved from
http://www.lippertembedded.com/service/warranty.html
It describes how defective products are handled and what the related costs are. Please read this
document carefully before returning a product.
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Appendix B
Appendix C, Further Resources
http://www.lippertembedded.com
LiPPERT Embedded Computers' website with news and detailed information.
http://www.intel.com
Datasheet of the CPU, Chipset and Ethernet-Controller.
http://www.smbus.org
Information about the System Management Bus (SMBus)
http://www.phoenix.com/en/customer+services/bios/awardbios
Additional BIOS information.
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Appendix C
Appendix D, Revision History
Filename
Date
Edited by
TME-ITX-E3100-R0V0
2008-12-22
Ulrich Walther
Matthias Fellhauer
Prerelease
TME-ITX-E3100-R0V1
2008-12-29
Matthias Fellhauer
Added:
1.3. Power consumption values
1.3 Mounting options
3.9 Intruder Detect input
TME-ITX-E3100-R0V2
2009-02-03
Jürgen Stauffer
3.1. Small corrections
3.12. LEMT functions corrected
3.12. Board specific LEMT added
3.13. ASF System Management added
4.1. Screen Shots “Advanced BIOS
Features” and “Advanced BIOS
Features - CPU Feature” corrected
TME-ITX-E3100-R0V3
2009-08-25
TME-ITX-E3100-R0V4
2009-09-16
TME-ITX-E3100-R0V5
2010-01-26
MF
3.3 LVDS and backlight connector is
not assembled on standard version
3.5 Note on USB booting support
TME-ITX-E3100-R0V6
2010-01-27
MF
Layout corrected
TME-ITX-E3100-R0V7
2010-07-29
MS/OF
PK
Jürgen Stauffer
Change
Phone number and links corrected
1.3. MTBF added
3.8. Note for 12V-only added
3.14. CPU Fan Supply is regulated
6. Status check with LED's P10-P12
Matching parts / connectors added
Corrected CPU speed
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MF
2.4 Included note for hardware setup if
only one RAM module is used
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