(HRF) Rack 2 Workstation (R2WS)
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
National Aeronautics and
Space Administration
October 2004
Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center
Houston, Texas 77058
Interface Definition Document (IDD)
for the
Human Research Facility (HRF)
Rack 2 Workstation (R2WS)
LS-71042-14-4B
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
PROJECT DOCUMENT APPROVAL SHEET
DOCUMENT NUMBER
LS-71042-14-4B
DATE
10/22/04
NO. OF
PAGES
55
TITLE:
Interface Definition Document (IDD)
for the
Human Research Facility (HRF)
Rack 2 Workstation (R2WS)
APPROVED:
DATE
EB/G. Valle
Technical Manager
Original Signature on File 10/22/04
PREPARED BY
CHANGE APPROVALS
JSC FORM 604 (REV JUL 81)
CHANGE
NUMBER
NASA-JSC
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
Report Number
LS-71042-14-4B
Date
10/19/04
Interface Definition Document (IDD)
for the
Human Research Facility (HRF)
Rack 2 Workstation (R2WS)
Prepared by:
Original Signature on File
H. Charles
Project Engineer
10/18/04
Date
Approved:
Original Signature on File
P. Nystrom
Workstation Project Manager
10/19/04
Date
Approved:
Original Signature on File
K. Upham
Manager, Technical Work Plan
10/19/04
Date
Prepared by:
Lockheed Martin Space Operations
Houston, Texas
for
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Johnson Space Center
REVISION/CHANGE APPROVALS
Date
Change
Number
Approved by:
Prepared by
Lockheed Martin Space Operations (March 1999)
Unit Manager
SR&QA Manager
Projects Manager
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
DOCUMENT NUMBER
DOCUMENT CHANGE/
REVISION LOG
LS-71042-14-4
CHANGE/
REVISION
DATE
DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE
PAGE
1
OF
1
PAGES
AFFECTED
Basic
03/09/01
Baseline Issue
All
A
3/18/02
Complete Revision
All
B
10/22/04
Complete Revision
All
Altered pages must be typed and distributed for insertion.
JSC FORM 278 (REV APR 81)
NASA-JSC
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
CONTENTS
Section
1.0
1.1
1.2
INTRODUCTION
PURPOSE
SCOPE
Page
1-1
1-1
1-1
2.0
REFERENCE DOCUMENTS
2-1
3.0
3.1
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
3.2
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.2.2.1
3-1
3-1
3-1
3-2
3-2
3-3
3-3
3-6
3.2.2.2
3.2.2.3
3.2.2.4
3.2.2.5
3.2.2.6
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.4
3.4.1
3.4.2
3.4.3
3.5
3.6
RACK 2 WORKSTATION INTERFACES
ELECTRICAL INTERFACES
HRF R2WS to Rack – Rear Power Connector (J1)
HRF R2WS to Other Payloads – 28 V Power Connector (J11)
Front Panel Power
DATA INTERFACES
HRF R2WS to Rack – Rear Data Connector (J2)
HRF R2WS to Other Payloads
Analog-to-Digital (A/D), Digital-to-Analog (D/A), Digital Input/Output
(DIO) Connector (J3)
VGA/Keyboard Connector (J4)
IRIG-B Connector (J6)
Compact Disc/Digital Versatile Disc (CD/DVD) (J8)
Ethernet Connector (J9)
UNIVERSAL SERIAL BUS (USB)/IEEE 1394 Connector (J10)
AUDIO/VIDEO INTERFACES
National Television Systems Committee/Audio Connector (J5)
RGB Connector (J7)
HUMAN INTERFACES
Keyboard
Display
Light-Emitting Diode
MECHANICAL INTERFACES
THERMAL INTERFACES
3-6
3-11
3-12
3-13
3-14
3-15
3-16
3-16
3-17
3-18
3-18
3-18
3-21
3-21
3-21
4.0
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
CABLES
VGA/KEYBOARD/MOUSE CABLE
ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL LOOPBACK CABLE
USB/IEEE 1394 CABLE
WS2 HEADSET ASSEMBLY
A/V CABLE
RGB CABLE
RGB BREAKOUT CABLE
WS2 ETHERNET CONNECTOR SAVER
ETHERNET CROSSOVER CABLE
4-1
4-3
4-3
4-3
4-4
4-4
4-4
4-5
4-5
4-5
10/01/04
i
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
CONTENTS (Cont’d)
Section
5.0
5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.2
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
5.2.4
5.2.5
5.2.6
5.2.7
5.2.8
5.2.9
5.2.10
5.2.11
5.2.12
HARDWARE DESCRIPTION
RACK CONFIGURATION
Launch/Stowage Configuration
Deployed Configuration
HARDWARE PRIMARY COMPUTER BOARD ASSEMBLIES
Summary of HRF R2WS Computer Drawer Hardware Components
Passive Backplane
Central Processing Unit Board (AGP/PCI Card)
Anti-Aliasing Board (ISA Board)
IEEE 1394/USB Controller (PCI Card)
Ultra 160 SCSI Controller (PCI Card)
Analog-to-Digital Board (PCI Card)
Video Card (AGP Card)
PCMCIA Controller (PCI Card)
Isolation Board
Video Buffer Board
Interchangeable Drive Bay
Page
5-1
5-2
5-2
5-2
5-2
5-3
5-3
5-3
5-4
5-4
5-5
5-5
5-6
5-7
5-7
5-7
5-7
6.0
OPERATIONAL SCENARIOS
6-1
APPENDIX A
10/01/04
A-1
ii
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
TABLES
Table
3-1
Page
3-16
PIN ASSIGNMENT FOR CONNECTOR J1 (REAR POWER
CONNECTOR)
FRONT PANEL POWER PINS
BACK PANEL CONNECTOR PINS USED BY HRF R2WS
INTERFACE SPECIFICATIONS FOR CONNECTOR J3 (A/D, D/A, DIO)
PIN ASSIGNMENTS FOR CONNECTOR J3 (A/D, D/A, DIO)
PIN ASSIGNMENTS FOR CONNECTOR J4 (VGA/KEYBOARD)
PIN ASSIGNMENTS FOR CONNECTOR J6 (IRIG-B)
PIN ASSIGNMENTS FOR CONNECTOR J8 (CD/DVD)
PIN ASSIGNMENTS FOR CONNECTOR J9 (ETHERNET)
PIN ASSIGNMENTS FOR CONNECTOR J10 (USB/IEEE 1394)
PIN ASSIGNMENTS FOR CONNECTOR J5 (NTSC/AUDIO
CONNECTOR)
PIN ASSIGNMENTS FOR CONNECTOR J7 (RGB VIDEO)
HRF ULTRASOUND VIDEO REQUIREMENTS
PIN ASSIGNMENTS FOR HRF FSD WORKSTATION CONNECTOR
PIN ASSIGNMENTS FOR HRF FSD ULTRASOUND (US)
CONNECTOR
PIN ASSIGNMENTS FOR HRF FSD POWER CONNECTOR
5-1
5-2
HRF R2WS COMPUTER PWB ASSEMBLIES PART NUMBERS
IDB ACCESSORIES
3-2
3-3
3-4
3-5
3-6
3-7
3-8
3-9
3-10
3-11
3-12
3-13
3-14
3-15
10/01/04
iii
3-1
3-2
3-4
3-7
3-9
3-11
3-12
3-13
3-14
3-15
3-16
3-17
3-19
3-20
3-20
3-21
5-3
5-8
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
LIST OF FIGURES
Figure
3-1
3-2
3-3
3-4
3-5
3-6
3-7
3-8
3-9
3-10
3-11
3-12
Rear Power Connector - Face View
28 V Power Connector Face
Rear Panel Data Connector - Face View
R2WS Front Panel Diagram
A/D, D/A, DIO Connector Face
VGA/Keyboard Connector Face
IRIG-B Connector Face
CD/DVD Connector Face
Ethernet Connector Face
USB/IEEE 1394 Connector Face
NTSC/Audio Connector Face
RGB Connector Face
Page
3-1
3-2
3-3
3-5
3-10
3-11
3-12
3-13
3-14
3-15
3-16
3-17
4-1
Basic System Cabling
4-2
5-1
HRF R2WS Computer Boards
5-2
A-1
A-2
A-3
R2WS System Block Diagram
R2WS Isolation Board Block Diagram
Wiring and Fusing Diagram
A-1
A-2
A-3
10/01/04
iv
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS
A
A/D
A/V
AC
ADC
ADD
AGP
ANLG
ATA
Aux
AWG
Ampere
Analog-to-Digital
Audio/Video
Alternating Current
Analog-to-Digital Converter
Address
Accelerated Graphics Port
Analog
Advanced Technology Attachment
Auxiliary
American Wire Gauge
BIOS
BLURTN
Basic Input/Output System
Blue Return
ºC
CCB
CD
CD-ROM
CLK
CMOS
CMP
CnC
COM
CPU
CR
CRC
CS
CSEL
CTS
Degrees Celsius
Configuration Control Board
Compact Disc
Compact Disc Read-Only Memory
Clock
Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor
Connection Management Protocol
Command and Control
Communications Port
Central Processing Unit
Change Request
Cyclic Redundancy Check
Chip Select
Cable Select
Clear-to-Send
D/A
DAC
DAS
dB
DC
DIFF
DIG
DIO
DIP
DMA
DMACK
DMARQ
DSP
DSR
DVD
Digital-to-Analog
Digital-to-Analog Converter
Data Acquisition System
Decibel
Direct Current
Differential
Digital
Digital Input/Output
Dual In-line Package
Direct Memory Access
DMA Acknowledge
DMA Request
Digital Signal Processor
Dataset Ready
Digital Versatile Disc
10/01/04
v
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS (Cont’d)
EIA
EIDE
Enet
ENOB
EOT
ESD
Ext
Electronic Industries Association
Enhanced Integrated Drive Electronics
Ethernet
Effective Number of Bits
End-of-Tape
Electrostatic Discharge
External
ºF
Fax
FCP
FIFO
FPS
FSB
FSD
FSR
ft
Degrees Fahrenheit
Facsimile
Function Control Protocol
First-In, First-Out
Frames per Second
Front-Side Bus
Flat Screen Display
Full Scale Range
Foot/Feet
GASMAP
GB
Gbyte
GMT
GND
GRNRTN
Gas Analyzer System for Metabolic Analysis of Physiology
Gigabyte
Gigabyte
Greenwich Mean Time
Ground
Green Return
H&S
H/W
Hi
hr
HRF
HSYNC
HW
Hz
Health and Status
Hardware
High
Hour
Human Research Facility
Horizontal Synchronization
Hardware
Hertz
I/O
IBM
ICH
ID
IDB
IDD
IDE
IEEE
in.
Inc.
IOCS
IOR
Input/Output
International Business Machines Corporation
I/O Controller Hub
Identifier
Interchangeable Drive Bay
Interface Definition Document
Integrated Drive Electronics
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
Inch/Inches
Incorporated
I/O Chip Select
I/O Read
10/01/04
vi
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS (Cont’d)
IORDY
IOW
IR
I-RGB
IRIG-B
ISA
ISS
I/O Ready
I/O Write
Infrared
Interlaced Red Green Blue
Inter-Range Instrumentation Group–Standard B
Industry Standard Architecture
International Space Station
JEIDA
Japan Electronic Industry Development Association
k
KBD
kHz
kPa
ksamples/s
kV
kΩ
kilo (1,000)
Keyboard
Kilohertz
Kilopascal
Kilosamples per Second
Kilovolt
Kilo-ohm
L2
lbs
LCD
LED
Lo
LSB
Ltd.
LVD
Level Two
Pounds
Liquid Crystal Display
Light-Emitting Diode
Low
Least Significant Bit
Limited
Low-Voltage Differential
µF
µs
µV
m
mA
MAC
MB
MB/sec
mBar
Mbit
MHz
Mic
MIL-SPEC
MS CLK
ms/hr
Msamples/s
mV
MΩ
microFarad
Microsecond
microVolts
meter
10/01/04
milliAmperes
Media Access Control
Megabyte (approximately one million bytes)
Megabytes per second
milliBar
Megabit
MegaHertz
Microphone
Military Specification
Mouse Clock
millisecond/hour
Megasamples per second
milliVolts
Mega-ohm
vii
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS (Cont’d)
N/A
nA
NEC
NIC
NI-RGB
ns
NTSC
Not Applicable
nanoAmpere
NEC Electronics, Inc.
Network Interface Card
Non-Interlaced Red Green Blue
nanosecond
National Television Systems Committee
Ω
OHCI
OS
Ohm
Open Host Controller Interface
Operating System
P/N
pA
PC
PC
PCI
PCMCIA
PDIAG-CBLID
pF
PHY
PI
PnP
ppm/˚C
PPS
PS/2
PU
PWR
Part Number
picoAmpere
Personal Computer
Portable Computer
Peripheral Component Interconnect
Personal Computer Memory Card Industry Association
Past Diagnostic Cable ID
Picofarad
Physical Layer
Principle Investigator
Plug and Play
parts per million per degree Celsius
Pulse per Second
Mouse or Keyboard Port (Developed by IBM)
Panel Unit
Power
QWERTY
(Standard Keyboard Layout)
R/W
R2WS
REC
REDRTN
RGB
RIC
rms
ROM
RTN
RTS
Rx
RxRx+
RxSHD
Read/Write
Rack 2 Workstation (same as WS2)
Record
Red Return
Red, Green, Blue
Rack Interface Controller
root mean square
Read-Only Memory
Return (Signal)
Request-to-Send
Receive
Receive Low
Receive High
Receive Shield
10/01/04
viii
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS (Cont’d)
S/W
samples/s
SCSI
SDRAM
SE
SGRAM
SHD
SIMD
SMP
Spkr
SPW
SRAM
SSE
ST
SVGA
Sync
SYNCRTN
Software
Samples per second
Small Computer System Interface
Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory
Single-Ended
Synchronous Graphics Random Access Memory
Shield
Single Instruction, Multiple Data
Symmetric Multiprocessing
Speaker
Serration Pulse Width
Static Random Access Memory
Streaming SIMD Extensions
Serial Time
Super Video Graphics Array
Synchronous
Synchronous Return
TBD
TFT
TRIG
TS
TTL
Tx
TxTx+
TxSHD
Typ.
To Be Determined
Thin-Film Transistor
Trigger
Time Strobe
Transistor-Transistor Logic
US
USB
Ultrasound
Universal Serial Bus
Transmit
Transmit Low
Transmit High
Transmit Shield
Typical
V/ms
VDC
VGA
VPU
VSYNC
Volts
Volts per microsecond
Volts Direct Current
Video Graphics Array
Visual Processing Unit
Vertical Synchronization
W
WS
WS2
Watts
Workstation
Workstation 2 (same as R2WS)
V
10/01/04
ix
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
1.0
INTRODUCTION
1.1
PURPOSE
This Interface Definition Document (IDD) describes:
1. The interfaces provided by the Human Research Facility (HRF) Rack 2
Workstation (R2WS) P/N: SEG46118400-302.
2. The interfaces between the HRF R2WS and the International Space Station (ISS)
and the HRF Racks.
1.2
SCOPE
The R2WS interfaces to be described include: Electrical, data, audio/video (A/V),
mechanical, and thermal. No attempt has been made to define the human factors user
or software (S/W) interfaces; those tasks are considered out of scope for this
document.
10/01/04
1-1
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
2.0
REFERENCE DOCUMENTS
Document Number
EIA RS-170
10/01/04
Rev.
A
Document Title
Monochrome Television Studio Facilities,
Electrical Performance Standards, Electronics
Industries Association
EIA RS-232
Interface Between Data Terminal Equipment
and Data Communications Equipment
Employing Serial Binary Data Interchange
EIA RS-422
Electrical Characteristics of Balanced Voltage
Digital Interface Circuits
IEEE Standard 802.3/
ISO Detection-8802-3
Carrier Specific Multiple Access with Collision
Access Method and Physical Layer
Specification
IEEE Standard 1394-1995
IEEE Standard for a High Performance Serial
Bus
IRIG-B
Inter Range Instrumentation Group Time Code
Standard, Group B
Universal Serial Bus
Specification, Rev. 2.0
Universal Serial Bus Specification
S683-34510
Prime Item Development Specification for the
Human Research Facility Rack
SIG46117731
Drawing Tree (Rack 2 Workstation)
2-1
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
3.0
RACK 2 WORKSTATION INTERFACES
3.1
ELECTRICAL INTERFACES
3.1.1
HRF R2WS to Rack – Rear Power Connector (J1)
This is a receptacle-type connector, located on the rear panel of the HRF R2WS, with
18-#12 crimp-style pins; it is fabricated per MIL-C-83733. The military specification
(MIL-SPEC) part number (P/N) for this connector is M83733/3RA018.
The mate to this connector is a plug-type connector with 18-#12 crimp-style sockets,
and a MIL-SPEC P/N of M83733/2RA018.
The HRF R2WS requires +28 VDC from the HRF Rack. The power consumption
will be less than 350 Watts (W), average. Power consumption is configuration
dependent.
TABLE 3-1. PIN ASSIGNMENT FOR CONNECTOR J1
(REAR POWER CONNECTOR)
REAR POWER CONNECTOR (J1)
P/N:
MATE:
SHELL SIZE:
WIRE GAUGE:
Pin
Signal
1
2
6
7
12
13
M83733/3RA018
M83733/2RA018
Small
12
+28 VDC (input to R2WS)
GROUND
+28 VDC (input to R2WS)
GROUND
CHASSIS GROUND
CHASSIS GROUND
Figure 3-1. Rear Power Connector - Face View
10/01/04
3-1
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
3.1.2
HRF R2WS to Other Payloads – 28 V Power Connector (J11)
This is a receptacle-type connector, shell size 17 with 6-#12 crimp-style sockets; it is
fabricated per MIL-C-38999, Series I. The MIL-SPEC P/N for this connector is
MS27466T17F6SN.
The mate to this connector is a plug-type connector, shell size 17 with 6-#12 crimpstyle pins, and a MIL-SPEC P/N of MS27467T17F6PN.
The front panel 28 V power connector supplies +28 VDC from the Rack through a
10 Ampere (A) circuit breaker. This pass-through 28 V Power is available when its
switch/ circuit breaker (Power 28 VDC) is turned on; the HRF R2WS does not have
to be powered “ON.” The circuit breaker P/N is M39019/03-249. Wire used is
twelve American Wire Gauge (AWG).
+28VDC
+28VDC
A
B
+28VDC RTN
E
F
A
E
D
D
C
F
B
C
CHASSIS GND
+28VDC RTN
CHASSIS GND
MS27466T17F6SN
Front Panel Connector
MS27467T17F6PN
Cable Connector
Figure 3-2. 28 V Power Connector Face
3.1.3
Front Panel Power
The Isolation Board provides power through self-resetting fuses: +5 V at 2.5 A, -5 V
at 1.1 A, and +12 V at 4 A. Power is available on the front panel on various pins of
various connectors. Table 3-2 summarizes the power pins.
TABLE 3-2. FRONT PANEL POWER PINS
+5 VDC
Max. Current
(total across all connectors)
2.5 A
-5 VDC
+12 VDC
1.1 A
4A
Signal
10/01/04
3-2
Connector
J7
J8
J7
J7
J8
Pin
31
52
33
35
55
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
3.2
DATA INTERFACES
3.2.1
HRF R2WS to Rack – Rear Data Connector (J2)
This is a receptacle-type connector, located on the rear panel of the HRF R2WS, with
131-#22D crimp-style pins; it is fabricated per MIL-C-83733. The MIL-SPEC P/N
for this connector is M83733/3RA131.
The mate to this connector is a plug-type connector with 131-#22D crimp-style
sockets, and a MIL-SPEC P/N of M83733/2RA131.
Ethernet, RS-422, and video are available through the rear data connector.
Ethernet to the rear panel is provided by an Intel® 82801EB I/O Controller Hub 5
(ICH5) on the CPU board. Full duplex 10Base-T and 100Base-TX Fast Ethernet
modes are supported. The interface is compliant with Institute of Electrical and
Electronic Engineers (IEEE) 802.3 and 802.3x Media Access Control (MAC)
protocol.
One RS-422 channel is available on the rear panel. This channel is connected to the
RS-232 port COM1 of the Central Processing Unit (CPU) board. Conversions
between RS-232 and RS-422 are done on the Isolation Board.
One video-out channel is available on the rear data connector. This is a differential
RS-170A video output channel from the Isolation Board. The source of this signal
would be an external device which outputs a National Television Standards
Committee (NTSC) signal into the R2WS via front panel connector J5
(NTSC/Audio).
Figure 3-3. Rear Panel Data Connector - Face View
10/01/04
3-3
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
TABLE 3-3. BACK PANEL CONNECTOR PINS USED BY HRF R2WS
REAR DATA CONNECTOR (J2)
P/N:
MATE:
SHELL SIZE:
Pin
Signal
47
Video Out Hi
68
Video Out Lo
57
SHD
67
RS422 RX+
88
RS-422 RX77
RS-422 RX SHD
78
RS-422 TX+
99
RS-422 TX89
RS-422 TX SHD
105
Enet TX+
116
Enet TX126
Enet TX SHD
128
Enet RX+
129
Enet RX118
Enet RX SHD
9
CONTINUITY
121
CONTINUITY
24
FAN SPEED (+)
44
FAN SPEED (-)
10/01/04
M83733/3RA131
M83733/2RA131
small
Description
RS-170 Out High
RS-170 Out Low
Shield
RS-422 Receive High (in to R2WS)
RS-422 Receive Low (in to R2WS)
RS-422 Receive Shield
RS-422 Transmit High (out from R2WS)
RS-422 Transmit Low (out from R2WS)
RS-422 Transmit Shield
Ethernet Transmit High (out from R2WS)
Ethernet Transmit Low (out from R2WS)
Ethernet Transmit Shield
Ethernet Receive High (in to R2WS)
Ethernet Receive Low (in to R2WS)
Ethernet Receive Shield
Connected to each other via a jumper wire
3-4
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
J3
J4
J5
J6
J7
J8
J9
J10
J11
-A/D, D/A, DIO
-VGA/KEYBOARD
-NTSC/AUDIO
-IRIG-B
-RGB VIDEO
-CD/DVD
-ETHERNET
-USB/IEEE 1394
-POWER 28VDC
MS27497T18F35SB (66 #22D sockets)
MS27497T14F35S (37 #22D sockets)
MS27497T10F35S (13 #22D sockets)
MS27497T10F35SA (13 #22D sockets)
MS27497T14F35SC (37 #22D sockets)
MS27497T16F35S (55 #22D sockets)
1375188-1 Amp. Inc., RJ45, Jack, Cat 6
MS27497T12F35S (22 #22D sockets)
MS27466T17F6SN (6 #12 sockets)
Figure 3-4. R2WS Front Panel Diagram
10/01/04
3-5
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
3.2.2
HRF R2WS to Other Payloads
3.2.2.1
Analog-to-Digital (A/D), Digital-to-Analog (D/A), Digital Input/Output (DIO)
Connector (J3)
This is a receptacle-type connector, shell size 18, keyed “B,” with 66-#22D crimpstyle sockets; it is fabricated per MIL-C-38999, Series II. The MIL-SPEC P/N for
this connector is MS27497T18F35SB.
The mate to this connector is a plug-type connector, shell size 18, keyed “B,” with
66-#22D crimp-style pins, and a MIL-SPEC P/N of MS27484T18F35PB.
This interface provides:
•
•
•
•
•
Eight differential channels of A/D input with 16-bit resolution
Two channels of D/A output with 16-bit resolution
Two differential Digital Output Channels
Two differential Digital Input Channels
One differential pacer clock output
The analog input signals pass through an anti-aliasing low-pass filter board between the
front panel and the A/D board (the data acquisition board). The anti-aliasing board
provides 8-pole elliptic filters and amplifiers for the eight analog input channels. The
gain on each channel is independently software selectable for 0.5, 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50,
100, 200, 500, or 1000 for an input range of 5m V to 10 V. The cutoff frequency of the
filters can be programmed for a range of frequencies from 10 Hertz (Hz) to 100
kiloHertz (kHz). Each two-channel pair (channels 0 and 1, 2 and 3, 4 and 5, 6 and 7 are
pairs) can operate with a different cutoff frequency. The signal is then passed to the
data acquisition board (A/D board). A pacer clock signal from the anti-aliasing board is
available at this connector; this signal passes through the Isolation Board.
The analog output, digital input, and digital output are from the A/D board and pass
through the Isolation Board. For DIO, bits 0 and 1 of Port A are for output; bits 0 and
1 of Port B are for input. The remaining bits are not wired. This discrete input will
work with single ended Transistor-Transistor Logic (TTL), and Complementary
Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS) signals, as well as differential TTL or RS-422
signals. Any signal less than 1.24 V is considered a low, and any signal greater than
1.24 V is considered a high level.
•
•
•
TTL signals should be less than .5 V for low, and greater than 2.5 V for high.
CMOS signals should be less than .25 V for a low, and greater than 4.75 V for a high.
RS-422 signals should be less than -2.0 V for a low, and greater than +2.0 V for a high.
Shield pins are tied internally to chassis at the front panel.
Interface specifications are shown in Table 3-4. Parameters of the Isolation Board are
noted.
NOTE: The anti-aliasing filter causes a 180-degree phase shift and signals appear
inverted. To correct this, signals may be connected such that positive
signals are connected to negative (-) pins and negative signals are connected
to positive (+) pins.
10/01/04
3-6
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
TABLE 3-4. INTERFACE SPECIFICATIONS FOR
CONNECTOR J3 (A/D, D/A, DIO)
Analog Inputs (A/D Board)
Analog Input (directly into Anti-Aliasing Board)
Common-mode rejection
75 dB min., 86 dB typical (gain = 1)
Common-mode voltage
± 10 V max.
Input voltage (gain = 0.5)
± 10 V max.
Input protection
± 50 V max.
Input impedance
2MΩ each side to analog ground
Input bias current
± 2 pA typ., ± 100 pA max.
Input offset current
± 1 pA typ., ± 100 pA max.
Amplifier bandwidth
Gain = 0.5 to 5
1.2 MHz typ.
Gain = 10 - 100
600 ksamples/s typ.
Gain = 200 - 1000
250 ksamples/s typ.
Amplifier slew rate
9/gain V/ms typical
Elliptical Filter (software selectable)
Cutoff frequency
Passband performance
Stopband rejection
10 Hz - 100 kHz (1 Hz opt.) +0.4 dB - 0.2 dB max. to 0.85 cutoff
Group delay ±1% max to cutoff; 1 dB
10 Hz - 50 kHz (1 Hz opt.)
90 dB typical
droop typical at 0.75 cutoff, low-freq.
Gain +0.4 dB-0.2 dB max
Number of channels
8 differential
Resolution
16 bits
Channel-gain list
1024 locations
Input FIFO size
1024 locations
Input gains
1, 2, 4, 8
Input range
Bipolar: ± 10, ± 5, ± 2.5, ± 1.25 V
Unipolar: 0-10, 5, 2.5, 1.25 V
Drift
Zero: ± 30 µV + (+20 µV*Gain)/˚C
Gain: ± 30 ppm/˚C
100 MΩ, 10 pF, Off
Input impedance
100 MΩ, 100 pF, On
Input bias current
± 20 nA
(includes mux and amplifier)
Common mode voltage
± 11 V maximum (operational)
Maximum input voltage
± 40 V maximum (protection)
Channel acquisition time (max)
1 µs
A/D conversion time
4 µs
DC accuracy
Nonlinearity (integral)(max)
± 4.0 LSB
± 1.2 LSB
Differential nonlinearity (max)
(no missing codes to 15 bits)
System noise
0.3 LSB rms
Channel-to-channel offset
± 40.0 µV
AC accuracy
Effective Number of Bits (ENOB)
14.0
Total harmonic distortion
-90 dB typical
Channel crosstalk
-80 dB at 1 kHz
10/01/04
3-7
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
TABLE 3-4. INTERFACE SPECIFICATIONS FOR
CONNECTOR J3 (A/D, D/A, DIO) (Cont’d)
Number counter/timer channels: 2
Resolution: 24-bit
DIO
(Isolation Board)
Analog Outputs (A/D Board)
Clocking and Triggering for A/D
10/01/04
Maximum A/D pacer clock
Single analog input throughput
Multiple analog input throughput
Multiple analog input throughput
Single digital input channel
Minimum A/D pacer clock throughput
External A/D sample clock
Minimum pulse width
Maximum frequency (analog inputs)
Maximum frequency (digital inputs only)
External digital (TTL) trigger
High-level input voltage
Low-level input voltage
Minimum pulse width
Number of channels
Resolution
Output Voltage (Isolation Board)
Differential Output Voltage (Isolation Board)
Typical throughput
Error (Isolation Board)
Current output (Isolation Board)
Output impedance (Isolation Board)
Capacitive drive capability (Isolation Board)
Nonlinearity (integral)
Differential nonlinearity
Protection
Power-on voltage
Setting time to 0.01% of FSR
Slew rate
Digital Input
Low-level input voltage (line-to-line)
High-level input voltage (line-to-line)
Impedance (line-to-GND)
Impedance (line-to-line)
ESD protection
Human Body Model
Contact Discharge
Air Gap Discharge
Circuit damage protection
Digital Output
Maximum load (line-to-line)
Differential output voltage
3-8
250 ksamples/s at 0.01% accuracy
150 ksamples/s at 0.01% accuracy
250 ksamples/s at 0.05% accuracy
3 Msamples/s
1.2 samples/s
100 ns (high); 100 ns (low)
250 kHz
3 MHz
2.0 V minimum
0.8 V maximum
100 ns (high); 100 ns (low)
2 (voltage output)
16-bit
±5 V min. Line-to-GND
±5 V Line-to-Line
10 ksamples/s
.7 to 2%
± 9 mA minimum
50 Ω ± 5 Ω (typical)
10 µF (no oscillators)
± 1.0 LSB
± 0.5 LSB (monotonic)
Short circuit to Analog Common
0 V ± 10 m V
50 µs, 20 V step;
10.0 µs, 100 mV step
2 V/µs
-5.2 V to +1.25 V
+1.25 V to +5.2 V
> 12 k Ω
> 10 k Ω
± 15 kV
± 8 kV IEC10004.2
± 15 kV IEC10004.2
400 W peak
100 Ω
1.5 V to 6 V
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
TABLE 3-5. PIN ASSIGNMENTS FOR CONNECTOR J3 (A/D, D/A, DIO)
(J3) A/D, D/A, DIO: 8 DIFFERENTIAL ANALOG INPUT CHANNELS,
2 DIFFERENTIAL ANALOG OUTPUT CHANNELS,
2 DIGITAL INPUT (differential with RS422 drivers, or single-ended),
2 DIGITAL OUTPUT (differential with RS422 drivers)
P/N:
MS27497T18F35SB (KEYED B)
MATE:
MS27484T18F35PB
SHELL SIZE:
18
Pin Signal
Corresponding Board Signal
4
IN 0+
IN 0 HI
Analog hi input channel 0
5
IN 0IN 0 LO
Analog lo input channel 0
1
SHD
not connected to board
6
IN 1+
IN 1 HI
Analog hi input channel 1
7
IN 1IN 1 LO
Analog lo input channel 1
2
SHD
not connected to board
8
IN 2+
IN 2 HI
Analog hi input channel 2
9
IN 2IN 2 LO
Analog lo input channel 2
3
SHD
not connected to board
10 IN 3+
IN 3 HI
Analog hi input channel 3
11 IN 3IN 3 LO
Analog lo input channel 3
18 SHD
not connected to board
12 IN 4+
IN 4 HI
Analog hi input channel 4
13 IN 4IN 4 LO
Analog lo input channel 4
20 SHD
not connected to board
14 IN 5+
IN 5 HI
Analog hi input channel 5
15 IN 5IN 5 LO
Analog lo input channel 5
22 SHD
not connected to board
25 IN 6+
IN 6 HI
Analog hi input channel 6
26 IN 6IN 6 LO
Analog lo input channel 6
17 SHD
not connected to board
27 IN 7+
IN 7 HI
Analog hi input channel 7
28 IN 7IN 7 LO
Analog lo input channel 7
19 SHD
not connected to board
29 ANLG OUT 0+
DAC 0+
From A/D board, converted to differential
30 ANLG OUT 0DAC 021 SHD
31 ANLG OUT 1+
DAC 1+
From A/D board, converted to differential
32 ANLG OUT 1DAC 123 SHD
16 PACERCLK+
From anti-alias, converted to differential on isolation board
24 PACERCLKFrom anti-alias, converted to differential on isolation board
33 SHD
47 DIG OUT0+
From A/D board, Port A Bit 0
48 DIG OUT0Digital GND
55 SHD
49 DIG OUT1+
From A/D board, Port A Bit 1
50 DIG OUT1Digital GND
57 SHD
65 DIG IN 0+
To A/D board, Port B Bit 0
66 DIG IN 0Digital GND
62 DIG IN 1+
To A/D board, Port B Bit 1
10/01/04
3-9
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
TABLE 3-5. PIN ASSIGNMENTS FOR CONNECTOR J3 (A/D, D/A, DIO) (Cont’d)
(J3) A/D, D/A, DIO: 8 DIFFERENTIAL ANALOG INPUT CHANNELS,
2 DIFFERENTIAL ANALOG OUTPUT CHANNELS,
2 DIGITAL INPUT (differential with RS422 drivers, or single-ended),
2 DIGITAL OUTPUT (differential with RS422 drivers)
P/N:
MS27497T18F35SB (KEYED B)
MATE:
MS27484T18F35PB
SHELL SIZE:
18
Pin Signal
Corresponding Board Signal
63
DIG IN 1Digital GND
56
SHD
34
no connect
35
no connect
36
no connect
37
no connect
38
no connect
39
no connect
40
no connect
41
no connect
42
no connect
43
no connect
44
no connect
45
no connect
46
no connect
51
no connect
52
no connect
53
no connect
54
no connect
58
no connect
59
no connect
60
no connect
61
no connect
64
no connect
MS27497T18F35SB
Front Panel Connector
MS27484T18F35PB
Cable Connector
Figure 3-5. A/D, D/A, DIO Connector Face
10/01/04
3-10
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
3.2.2.2
VGA/Keyboard Connector (J4)
This is a plug-type connector, shell size 14, with 37-#22D crimp-style sockets; it is
fabricated per MIL-C-38999, Series II. The MIL-SPEC P/N for this connector is
MS27497T14F35S.
The mate to this connector is a receptacle-type connector, shell size 14, with 37-#22D
crimp-style pins, and a MIL-SPEC P/N of MS27484T14F35P.
Video Graphics Array (VGA) output is from the VGA output of the video card.
Standard multi-sync monitors are supported at resolutions of 640 by 480 up to 2048
by 1536 pixels, at 8-bit, 16-bit, and true color.
A single PS/2 port on the CPU board provides keyboard and mouse signals, however,
only the keyboard signal is wired to the front panel; the same signal was split into a
“Y” configuration for two sets of pins on the front panel. Also included are signals
from COM2 of the CPU board, including handshaking, for pointing devices that use
an RS-232 serial interface.
TABLE 3-6. PIN ASSIGNMENTS FOR CONNECTOR J4 (VGA/KEYBOARD)
VGA/Keyboard (J4)
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
–
PS/2 Keyboard–pins 15-18
VGA–pins 20, 21, 25, 28-37
RS-232–pins 2-6, 22, 24, 32
P/N:
MS27497T14F35S
MATE:
MS27484T14F35P
SHELL SIZE:
14
WIRE GAUGE:
26
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
no connect
13
PS/2 PWR (+5 V)
25
GND (SYNCRTN)
232DSR
14
PS/2 GND
26
no connect
232RX
15
PS/2 DATA
27
no connect
232RTS
16
PS/2 CLK
28
GND (BLURTN)
232CTS
17
PS/2 PWR (+5 V)
29
GND (GRNRTN)
232TX
18
PS/2 GND
30
GND (REDRTN)
no connect
19
no connect
31
GND
no connect
20
VSYNC (OUT)
32
232GND
no connect
21
HSYNC (OUT)
33
Monitor ID 2
no connect
22
232DTR
34
BLU
PS/2 DATA
23
no connect
35
Monitor ID 0
PS/2 CLK
24
232DCD
36
GRN
–
37
RED
MS27497T14F35S
Front Panel Connector
MS27484T14F35P
Cable Connector
Figure 3-6. VGA/Keyboard Connector Face
10/01/04
3-11
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
3.2.2.3
IRIG-B Connector (J6)
This is a receptacle-type connector, shell size 10, keyed “A,” with 13-#22D crimpstyle sockets; it is fabricated per MIL-C-38999, Series II. The MIL-SPEC P/N for
this connector is MS27497T10F35SA.
The mate to this connector is a plug-type connector, shell size 10, keyed “A,” with
13-#22D crimp-style pins, and a MIL-SPEC P/N of MS27484T10F35PA.
This interface allows a clock signal and trigger signal to be input to the data
acquisition board. Signals pass through the Isolation board for differential-to-singleended conversion.
TABLE 3-7. PIN ASSIGNMENTS FOR CONNECTOR J6 (IRIG-B)
IRIG-B CONNECTOR (J6)
Pins 1 - 40: no connect
P/N:
MATE:
SHELL SIZE:
Pin
Signal
1
DAS-CLKHI
2
DAS-CLKLO
3
DAS-TRIGHI
4
no connect
5
no connect
6
DAS-TRIGLO
7
no connect
8
no connect
9
DAS-SHD
10
no connect
11
DAS-CLKSHD
12
STSHD
13
TSSHD
MS27497T10F35SA (KEYED A)
MS27484T10F35PA
10
Notes
Data Acquisition System Clk High (input to R2WS)
Data Acquisition System Clk Low
Data Acquisition System Trigger High (input to R2WS)
not used
not used
Data Acquisition System Trigger Low
not used
not used
Data Acquisition System Shield
Data Acquisition System Clock Shield
not used
not used
MS27497T10F35SA
Front Panel Connector
MS27484T10F35PA
Cable Connector
Figure 3-7. IRIG-B Connector Face
10/01/04
3-12
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
3.2.2.4
Compact Disc/Digital Versatile Disc (CD/DVD) (J8)
This is a receptacle-type connector, shell size 16, with 55-#22D crimp-style sockets;
it is fabricated per MIL-C-38999, Series II. The MIL-SPEC P/N for this connector is
MS27497T16F35S.
The mate to this connector is a plug-type connector, shell size 16, with 55-#22D
crimp-style pins, and a MIL-SPEC P/N of MS27484T16F35P.
The pins for the Integrated Drive Electronics (IDE) interface is preserved from the
previous workstation configuration, but are now not connected to anything internally.
Instead, connectivity is via a USB interface, provided by a USB port on the CPU
board. The audio is connected to the sound interface of the CPU Board.
The Isolation Board provides power to this connector through self-resetting fuses:
+5 V at 2.5 A and +12 V at 4 A. These power signals are also on connector J7 (RGB
VIDEO) in parallel.
TABLE 3-8. PIN ASSIGNMENTS FOR CONNECTOR J8 (CD/DVD)
CD/DVD (J8)
P/N:
MATE:
SHELL SIZE:
Pin Signal
1
no connect
2
no connect
3
no connect
4
no connect
5
no connect
6
no connect
7
no connect
8
no connect
9
no connect
10
no connect
11
no connect
12
no connect
13
no connect
14
no connect
15
no connect
16
no connect
17
no connect
18
no connect
19
no connect
Pins 1-42: no connect
MS27497T16F35S
MS27484T16F35P
16
Pin
Signal
20
no connect
21
no connect
22
no connect
23
no connect
24
no connect
25
no connect
26
no connect
27
no connect
28
no connect
29
no connect
30
no connect
31
no connect
32
no connect
33
no connect
34
no connect
35
no connect
36
no connect
37
no connect
38
no connect
MS27497T16F35S
Front Panel Connector
Pin
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
–
–
Signal
no connect
no connect
no connect
no connect
CD LEFT
CD GND
CD GND
CD RIGHT
+5 VDC (2.5 A max.)
USB +5 VDC
USBUSB+
USB GND
Shield
GND
GND
+12 VDC (4 A max.)
MS27484T16F35P
Cable Connector
Figure 3-8. CD/DVD Connector Face
10/01/04
3-13
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
3.2.2.5
Ethernet Connector (J9)
This is an RJ45 type modular connector receptacle with eight contacts. It satisfies
TIA/EIA-568-B, 2-1 and IEC 60603-7-4 requirements for category 6/Class E. Its P/N
is 1375188-1 by AMP, Harrisburg, PA.
The mate to this connector is an RJ45-type modular plug connector with eight
contacts. A possible P/N is 5-1375204-3 by AMP, Harrisburg, PA.
This Ethernet capability is provided by an Intel® i82547EI Gigabit Ethernet Controller
resident on the CPU board. This Ethernet can be operated at 1000 BASE-T,
100BASE-TX, or 10BASE-T full duplex Ethernet. The interface is compliant with
IEEE 802.3.
The Ethernet Connector Saver, P/N: SEG46117757-30x, should be used with this
interface to avoid excessive wear and tear of this connector. The adapter has the
same modular jack and is constructed using category 6 cable. The adapter cable
should be mated to the front panel connector and be allowed to remain there unless
situation warrants its removal.
TABLE 3-9. PIN ASSIGNMENTS FOR CONNECTOR J9 (ETHERNET)
ETHERNET CONNECTOR (J9)
P/N:
MATE:
SHELL SIZE:
Pin Signal
1
TX +
2
TX 3
RX +
4
GND
5
GND
6
RX 7
GND
8
GND
MS27497T8F35S
MS27484T8F35P
8
Function
Transmit High (out from R2WS)
Transmit Low (out from R2WS)
Receive High (in to R2WS)
Ground
Ground
Receive Low (in to R2WS)
Ground
Ground
1375188-1
Front Panel Connector
Cable Connector
Figure 3-9. Ethernet Connector Face
10/01/04
3-14
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
3.2.2.6
UNIVERSAL SERIAL BUS (USB)/IEEE 1394 Connector (J10)
This is a plug-type connector, shell size 12, with 22-#22D crimp-style sockets; it is
fabricated per MIL-C-38999, Series II. The MIL-SPEC P/N for this connector is
MS27497T12F35S.
The mate to this connector is a receptacle-type connector, shell size 12, with 22-#22D
crimp-style pins, and a MIL-SPEC P/N of MS27484T12F35P.
Two USB channels and two IEEE 1394 channels are routed to the front panel
connector J10. The IEEE 1394 interfaces are provided by a controller board.
Maximum power is 15 W total for the IEEE 1394 connector.
The USB interfaces are provided by the CPU Board and are USB 2.0/1.1 compliant.
For IEEE 1394, the mating cable should be built such that the pairs are crossed –
connect Pair A of R2WS to Pair B of peripheral device, and connect Pair B of R2WS
to Pair A of peripheral device. Similarly, connect Pair C of R2WS to Pair D of
peripheral device; connect Pair D of R2WS to Pair C of peripheral device.
IEEE 1394 shield must be connected to pin ten for reliable operation.
TABLE 3-10. PIN ASSIGNMENTS FOR CONNECTOR J10 (USB/IEEE 1394)
USB/IEEE 1394 (J10)
P/N:
MS27497T1235S
MATE:
MS27484T1235P
SHELL SIZE:
12
Pin Signal
Pin
1
USB0 PWR
12
2
USB0+
13
3
USB014
4
USB0 GND
15
5
USB1PWR
16
6
USB1+
17
7
USB118
8
USB1GND
19
9
SHIELD (USB, tied to chassis)
20
10
SHIELD (IEEE 1394)
21
11
IEEE 1394 PWR
22
MS27497T12F35S
Front Panel Connector
Signal
IEEE 1394 GND
IEEE 1394 A+
IEEE 1394 AIEEE 1394 B+
IEEE 1394 BIEEE 1394 PWR
IEEE 1394 GND
IEEE 1394 C+
IEEE 1394 CIEEE 1394 D+
IEEE 1394 D-
MS27484T12F35P
Cable Connector
Figure 3-10. USB/IEEE 1394 Connector Face
10/01/04
3-15
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
3.3
AUDIO/VIDEO INTERFACES
3.3.1
National Television Systems Committee/Audio Connector (J5)
This is a plug-type connector, shell size 10, with 13-#22D crimp-style sockets; it is
fabricated per MIL-C-38999, Series II. The MIL-SPEC P/N for this connector is
MS27497T10F35S.
The mate to this connector is a receptacle-type connector, shell size 10, with 13-#22D
crimp-style pins, and a MIL-SPEC P/N of MS27484T10F35P.
Audio is provided by a Realtek® ALC202A audio CODEC on the CPU Board. It is
compliant with AC '97 rev. 2.2 specifications. This CODEC has 18-bit Analog-toDigital Converter (ADC) and 20-bit DAC resolution; output can drive 50 mW/8Ω;
mic input has +30 dB boost preamplifier. All audio signals are single-ended.
Video is for NTSC video input only. The NTSC signal is converted to RS-170A on
the Isolation Board and then passed through to the rear data connector.
Shield(s) on mating cable should be terminated to connector backshell for electrical
continuity with the chassis.
TABLE 3-11. PIN ASSIGNMENTS FOR CONNECTOR J5
(NTSC/AUDIO CONNECTOR)
NTSC/AUDIO CONNECTOR (J5)
P/N:
MS27497T10F35S
MATE:
MS27484T10F35P
SHELL SIZE:
10
Pin Signal
Notes
1
Left Out
2
Left GND
3
no connect
4
Right Out
5
Right GND
6
no connect
7
Mic In
8
Mic/Line GND
9
no connect
10
Line In
11
NTSC IN
12
NTSC GND
13
NTSC SHD
MS27497T10F35S
Front Panel Connector
MS27484T10F35P
Cable Connector
Figure 3-11. NTSC/Audio Connector Face
10/01/04
3-16
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
3.3.2
RGB Connector (J7)
This is a plug-type connector, shell size 14, keyed “C,” with 37-#22D crimp-style
sockets; it is fabricated per MIL-C-38999, Series II. The MIL-SPEC P/N for this
connector is MS27497T14F35SC.
The mate to this connector is a receptacle-type connector, shell size 14, keyed “C,”
with 37-#22D crimp-style pins, and a MIL-SPEC P/N of MS27484T14F35PC.
There are two RGB output channels on the front panel. The RGB outputs are from the
AGP video card. The left-eye RGB signal is the same signal to VGA pins of
connector J4 (VGA/Keyboard) minus the monitor identification signals; it is from the
“VGA” output of the video card. The right-eye output is from the “DVI” output of the
video card. Dual-screen output is set using software. For dual-screen applications,
both screens must be connected and powered “ON” prior to boot-up in order for the
driver to load.
Power from the main power supply is routed to this connector through self-resetting
fuses on the Isolation Board: +5 V at 2.5 A, -5 V at 1.1 A, and +12 V at 4 A. These
power signals are also on connector J8 (CD/DVD) in parallel.
TABLE 3-12. PIN ASSIGNMENTS FOR CONNECTOR J7 (RGB VIDEO)
RGB VIDEO (J7)
P/N:
MATE:
SHELL SIZE:
WIRE GAUGE:
Pin Signal
1
REDLFOUT
2
GND
3
GRNLFOUT
4
GND
5
BLULFOUT
6
GND
7
HSLFOUT
8
GND
9
VSLFOUT
10
GND
11
REDRTOUT
12
GND
–
MS27497T14F35SC (Keyed C)
MS27484T14F35PC
14
26
Pin Signal
Pin
13 GRNRTOUT
25
14 GND
26
15 BLURTOUT
27
16 GND
28
17 HSRTOUT
29
18 GND
30
19 VSRTOUT
31
20 GND
32
21 no connect
33
22 no connect
34
23 no connect
35
24 no connect
36
–
37
MS27497T14F35SC
Front Panel Connector
Signal
no connect
no connect
no connect
no connect
no connect
no connect
+5 VDC (2.5 A max.)(output)
GND
-5 VDC (1.1 A max.)(output)
GND
+12 VDC (4 A max.)(output)
GND
SHIELD
MS27484T14F35PC
Cable Connector
Figure 3-12. RGB Connector Face
10/01/04
3-17
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
3.4
HUMAN INTERFACES
3.4.1
Keyboard
The keyboard is stowed in the HRF Rack and can be removed and attached to the
Rack Seat Track using a Multi-use Bracket Assembly, P/N SEG33107631-301, with a
Desktop Plate Assembly, P/N SED33108703-302. The keyboard will be fastened to
this plate with hook-and-loop fasteners. The keyboard is full size, has full-travel
keys, 101-key functionality, supports “QWERTY” input, and includes a trackball.
The keyboard is interfaced to the HRF R2WS computer drawer by a cable to
connector J4 (VGA/Keyboard) and will receive power from the computer drawer.
The keyboard has one connector; it is a 9-pin male D-subminiature located on the rear
panel of the keyboard.
The keyboard weighs 4.2 pounds (lbs) and its dimensions are 16.9 x 8.6 x 1.90 inches
(in.). The keyboard functionality is compatible with either IBM PC AT interface or
PS/2. The trackball functionality is compatible with RS-232 interface.
TABLE 3.4.1-1. KEYBOARD CONNECTOR PINOUT
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
3.4.2
Signal
Pin
Signal Return
Signal Return
+5 Vdc
Keyboard Data
Trackball RTS
6
7
8
9
Shell
Signal
Keyboard Clock
Trackball Transmit
+5 Vdc
Chassis Ground (Safety)
Chassis Ground (Primary)
Display
The HRF Flat Screen Display (FSD) is a flat-panel thin-film transistor (TFT) active
matrix display designed to work with the HRF WS, HRF R2WS, and HRF
Ultrasound (US) systems. The FSD is stowed in an HRF Rack and can be removed
and attached to the Rack Seat Track using a Multi-use Bracket Assembly,
P/N SEG33107631-301, with plate assembly, P/N SED33108703-302. The FSD will
be fastened using hook-and-loop fasteners.
The FSD has the following properties:
Display Size:
Resolution:
Viewing Angles:
Input:
10/01/04
16.1-in. diagonal viewable area
640x480 pixels up to 1280x1024 pixels, 250000 or
greater colors at 1280x1024 resolution; can accept and
display 256 levels of gray (8-bit grayscale).
65 degrees left, 65 degrees right, 20 degrees
downward, and 40 degrees upward (minimum).
Red, blue, green, vertical sync and horizontal sync and
corresponding returns (24-bit color: 8-bit red, 8-bit
green, 8- bit blue)
3-18
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
Refresh Rate:
Contrast Ratio:
Power Requirements:
Operating Temperature:
Weight:
Volume:
60 Hz
100:1
28 ± 4 VDC, <126 W
(nominal) 75 °F ± 20 °F
19.66 lbs
18 x 14 x 4.75 in.
US-specific properties of the FSD are indicated in Table 3-13.
TABLE 3-13. HRF ULTRASOUND VIDEO REQUIREMENTS
Requirement:
Non-Interlaced RGB
Vertical Sync
Vertical Front Porch, even field
Vertical Front Porch, odd field
Vertical Back Porch, even field
Vertical Back Porch, odd field
Horizontal Frequency
Horizontal Sync Period
Front Porch
Back Porch
White Level
Black Level
Blank Level
Sync Level
Blanking Period
Pixel Clock Frequency
Active Line Time
Line Time
Number of Lines/Frame
Frame Rate
Serration Pulse Width (SPW)
Vertical Active Period
Number of Lines per Field
6 lines
N/A
15
28 lines
28 lines
31.468 kHz
2.61 µs
.46 µs
2.63 µs
714 mV
55 mV
0
2.4 V (TTL)
5.70 µs
24.5454 MHz
26.10 µs
31.80 µs
525 lines
60 FPS
2.61 µs
476 lines
525 lines
Interlaced RGB
3 lines
7 lines
7.5 lines
14.5 lines
14 lines
15.734 kHz
4.70 µs
1.80 µs
4.90 µs
714 mV
55 mV
0
2.4 V (TTL)
11.40 µs
12.2727 MHz
52.15 µs
63.55 µs
525 lines
30 FPS
N/A
238 lines
262.5 lines
Located on the right panel of the FSD are three input connectors – labeled
“Ultrasound,” “Workstation,” and “Power” – a System Power switch, and a mode
switch labeled “Ultrasound Playback,” “US Live,” and “Workstation.” When used to
display video from the R2WS, set the mode switch to “Workstation.”
HRF FSD “Workstation” connector:
This is a plug-type connector, shell size 10, with 13-#22D crimp-style pins; it is
fabricated per MIL-C-38999, Series II. The MIL-SPEC P/N for this connector is
MS27497T10F35P.
10/01/04
3-19
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
The mate to this connector is a receptacle-type connector, shell size 10, with 13-#22D
crimp-style sockets, and a MIL-SPEC P/N of MS27484T10F35S.
TABLE 3-14. PIN ASSIGNMENTS FOR HRF FSD
WORKSTATION CONNECTOR
HRF FSD “WORKSTATION” CONNECTOR
P/N:
MS27497T10F35P
MATE:
MS27484T10F35S
SHELL SIZE:
10
Pin Signal
Pin Signal
1
Red
7
Hsync
2
Red Return
8
Hsync Return
3
Green
9
Vsync
4
Green Return
10
Vsync Return
5
Blue
11
Shield
6
Blue Return
12
no connect
13
no connect
HRF FSD “Ultrasound” connector:
This is a plug-type connector, shell size 12, with 22-#22D crimp-style pins; it is
fabricated per MIL-C-38999, Series II. The MIL-SPEC P/N for this connector is
MS27497T12F35P.
The mate to this connector is a receptacle-type connector, shell size 12, with 22-#22D
crimp-style sockets, and a MIL-SPEC P/N of MS27484T12F35S.
TABLE 3-15. PIN ASSIGNMENTS FOR HRF FSD
ULTRASOUND (US) CONNECTOR
HRF FSD “ULTRASOUND” CONNECTOR
P/N:
MS27497T12F35P
MATE:
MS27484T12F35S
SHELL SIZE:
12
Pin Signal
Pin Signal
1
Red
12
EOT Return
2
Red Return
13
REC Return
3
Green
14
no connect
4
Green Return
15
no connect
5
Blue
16
no connect
6
Blue Return
17
no connect
7
Hsync
18
no connect
8
Hsync Return
19
no connect
9
Vsync
20
no connect
10
Vsync Return
21
no connect
11
5 VDC
22
no connect
10/01/04
3-20
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
HRF FSD “Power” connector:
This is a receptacle-type connector, shell size 17 with six #12 crimp-style pins; it is
fabricated per MIL-C-38999, Series I. The MIL-SPEC P/N for this connector is
MS27466T17F35PN.
The mate to this connector is a plug-type connector, shell size 17 with six #12 crimpstyle sockets, and a MIL-SPEC P/N of MS27467T17F35SN.
TABLE 3-16. PIN ASSIGNMENTS FOR HRF FSD
POWER CONNECTOR
HRF FSD POWER CONNECTOR
P/N:
MATE:
SHELL SIZE:
Pin Signal
A
28 VDC (input to FSD)
B
28 VDC RETURN
C
Chassis GND
3.4.3
Pin
D
E
F
MS27466T17F35PN
MS27467T17F35SN
17
Signal
no connect
no connect
no connect
Light-Emitting Diode
The HRF R2WS has three green LEDs on the front panel. The LED P/N is
JTXM19500/52102. The “Power Main” LED will be lit when the HRF R2WS is
powered “ON.” The “28 VDC” LEDs, one located by the switch and the other
located by the 28 VDC Power connector, will be lit when the switch for the passthrough 28 V power is “ON.”
3.5
MECHANICAL INTERFACES
Structural support during launch and re-entry will be provided by the HRF Rack. The
HRF R2WS has one slide assembly on each side panel of the active drawer. The
slide assembly, which is attached to the active drawer of the HRF R2WS, interfaces
with the slide guide assembly mounted in the rack. Due to the modular nature of the
HRF rack, the slide guide assemblies are positioned at 4-PU intervals.
3.6
THERMAL INTERFACES
The HRF R2WS active drawer uses internal fans and the HRF Rack Avionic Air
Assembly air cooling for cooling and exhaust. The air intake vents are located on the
side panels of the active drawer, towards the front of the drawer. Four intake vents
are located on the left side, and two intake vents are located on the right (hinge) side.
One exhaust vent is located on the rear panel.
10/01/04
3-21
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
4.0
CABLES
NOTE: This section is intended only for reference. Please refer to the cable
drawings for pin-outs and construction detail.
R2WS basic accessory cable is:
Part Number
SEG46118266-301
Name
Function
KYBD/FSD Cable
Keyboard and serial trackball connectivity
In addition, the HRF Common 28 V Power Cable (SEG46115683-301) is needed to
connect power to the HRF FSD. Figure 4-1 shows the basic system cabling.
R2WS test accessory cables are:
Part Number
10/01/04
Name
Function
SEG46118267-301
A/D Cable
Provides a loop-back for testing the J3 A/D,
D/A, DIO interface
SEG46118268-301
USB/IEEE 1394 Cable
Breaks out USB and IEEE 1394 channels
onto separate connectors
SEG46118269-801
WS2 Headset
Device for audio input/output
SEG46118270-301
A/V Cable
Breaks out audio onto one connector, video
onto another
SEG46115490-301
RGB Breakout Cable
Breaks out Left video output and Right video
output onto separate connectors for testing
dual-screen output functionality
SEG46115492-302
WS RGB Cable
Video to Monitor, for use with the RGB
Breakout Cable
SEG46117757-301
WS2 Ethernet Connector
Saver
Acts as connector saver for connector J9
once it is connected and allowed to remain
there.
SEG46117766-301
HRF Ethernet Crossover
Cable
Allows Ethernet connectivity between two
devices with Ethernet interfaces.
4-1
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
Figure 4-1. Basic System Cabling
10/01/04
4-2
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
4.1
VGA/KEYBOARD/MOUSE CABLE
Length:
Wire Gauge:
Connector
P4
P2
P1
4.2
84 ± 3 in. to FSD, 72 ± 2 in. to Keyboard
22 AWG
Mates with
J4
HRF R2WS front panel
HRF FSD
WS Keyboard
ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL LOOPBACK CABLE
Length:
6 ± 2 in.
Wire Gauge:
24 AWG
Connector Mates with
P3
J3
HRF R2WS Front Panel
4.3
USB/IEEE 1394 CABLE
SEG46118268-301
(TBD)
Length:
Wire Gauge:
Connector Mates with
J10
HRF R2WS Front Panel
10/01/04
4-3
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
4.4
WS2 HEADSET ASSEMBLY
SEG46118269-801
Length:
72 ± 3 in.
Wire Gauge:
28 AWG
Connector Mates with
P5
J5
HRF R2WS front panel
4.5
A/V CABLE
SEG46118270-301
(TBD)
Length:
Wire Gauge:
Connector Mates with
J5
R2WS front panel
P5
R2WS Lightweight Headset
4.6
RGB CABLE
Length:
84 ± 5 inches end-to-end
Wire Gauge:
22 AWG, stranded
Connector Mates with
P1
J1
WS RGB Breakout Cable, or
J2
WS RGB Breakout Cable
P2
HRF FSD
10/01/04
4-4
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
4.7
RGB BREAKOUT CABLE
Length:
Wire Gauge:
Connector
P3
J1
J2
4.8
12 ± 1 inches end-to-end
22 AWG, stranded
Mates with
J7
HRF R2WS Front Panel
P1
WS RGB Cable
P1
WS RGB Cable
WS2 ETHERNET CONNECTOR SAVER
Length:
12 + 0.5 - 0 inches end-to-end
Wire Gauge:
24 AWG, solid, bare copper, Cat 6
Connector Mates with
P1
J9
HRF R2WS Front Panel
J9
HRF Common Ethernet Cable
4.9
ETHERNET CROSSOVER CABLE
Length:
96 + 0.5 - 0 inches end-to-end
Wire Gauge:
24 AWG, solid, bare copper, Cat 6
Connector Mates with
P1
any industry standard Ethernet jack
P2
any industry standard Ethernet jack
10/01/04
4-5
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
5.0
HARDWARE DESCRIPTION
The HRF R2WS is a rack-mounted workstation computer with a Pentium®-class
processor (minimum) and passive backplane that will serve as a general purpose
experiment computer. The HRF R2WS supports a wide variety of experiment
protocols across multiple disciplines. It provides data collection, archive, uplink,
downlink, display, video processing, graphics acceleration, user interface, and HRF
Rack interface.
The HRF R2WS interfaces include: Ethernet (10Base-T, 100Base-TX or 1000 BaseT), RGB video output (left and right eye capable), NTSC video in, one audio
microphone input, one “line-in” audio input and two audio outputs for stereo
capability, keyboard and pointing device interface, two IEEE 1394 channels, two
USB channels, and A/D, D/A, and DIO. Expansion capabilities are provided by a
dual-slot Personal Computer Memory Card Industry Association (PCMCIA)
interface, and by using an internal design that allows removal/replacement of Small
Computer System Interface (SCSI) devices and IDE devices of 3.5" format or smaller
with no tools in flight.
The HRF R2WS uses a standard Operating System (OS), currently Microsoft
Windows® 2000.
Operating System software, drivers, and software for testing R2WS functionality are
provided.
The HRF R2WS will be used to provide a platform for installing and executing HRF
and Principle Investigator (PI) S/W to perform the various tasks required in
experiment procedures. These tasks include, but are not limited to: Command and
Control (CnC) of HRF experiment equipment, monitoring of the HRF Rack and ISS
(through an interface with the Rack Interface Controller (RIC)), experiment data
collection and storage, crew notes, crew tests, and HRF equipment tests. The unit
may also be connected to one or several experiment drawers within the same or
another rack, or other HRF H/W to complete a specific configuration for a test or
procedure.
The R2WS will require crew intervention and operation typical of similar
applications involving computers in space. These include, but are not limited to,
power cycling and booting, file maintenance, OS/user interface changes, routine
cleaning and health checks, re-cabling and setup, and configuration changes such as
swapping a hard drive, PC card, or connecting to an external storage device, printer,
monitor or similar equipment.
The HRF WS display and keyboard will require routine operational handling,
stowage, mounting, and movement about the payload area. Nylon hook-and-loop
fasteners (commonly called Velcro®) will be placed in appropriate positions to
facilitate mounting.
10/01/04
5-1
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
Cables for the keyboard and monitor are provided. Cables for experiment unique
equipment will not be supplied.
5.1
RACK CONFIGURATION
The HRF R2WS is classified as a payload for the ISS.
5.1.1
Launch/Stowage Configuration
For launch and landing, the HRF R2WS computer drawer will be installed in an HRF
Rack location. Other R2WS items (cables, archive media, display, and keyboard)
will be stowed in a stowage drawer or similar secure location.
5.1.2
Deployed Configuration
During on-orbit operations, the HRF R2WS Computer Drawer will stay in its launch
location (a 4-PU active drawer HRF Rack location) for operation. Stowed R2WS
items (cables, archive media, display, and keyboard) shall be stowed in a stowage
drawer or similar secure location when not in use; else they will be either mounted on
the Seat Track Rail with a custom-built mounting arm assembly and/or connected as
per operational requirements.
5.2
HARDWARE PRIMARY COMPUTER BOARD ASSEMBLIES
PASSIVE BACKPLANE
PCI
PCI
PCI
PCI
PCI
PCI
PCI
PCI/AGP
AGP
ISA
ISA
ISA
ISA
ISA
(empty)
Ultra SCSI 160 Controller
(empty)
A/D Board
PCMCIA Controller
IEEE 1394/USB Controller
(empty)
CPU Board
Video Card
(empty)
Anti-Aliasing Board
(empty)
Isolation Board
(empty)
INTERCHANGEABLE
DRIVE BAY
(IDB)
VIDEO
BUFFER
BOARD
Figure 5-1. HRF R2WS Computer Boards
10/01/04
5-2
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
5.2.1
Summary of HRF R2WS Computer Drawer Hardware Components
Table 5-1 shows the boards contained in the HRF R2WS.
TABLE 5-1. HRF R2WS COMPUTER PWB ASSEMBLIES PART NUMBERS
Board
Ultra 160 SCSI Controller
Video Card
A/D Board
PCMCIA Controller
IEEE 1394/USB Controller
CPU Board
Passive Backplane
Anti-Aliasing Board
Isolation Board
Video Buffer Board
5.2.2
Manufacturer
®
Adaptec , Inc.
Tyan Computer Corporation
Data Translation
Primary Simulation, Inc.
(psism.com)
®
Orange Micro , Inc.
ICP Electronics, Inc.
ICP Electronics, Inc.
Alligator Technologies
Lockheed Martin Space Operations
Lockheed Martin Space Operations
Part Number
29160N
100-434003
DT322
PCD-RP-220E
70HTL0060
SAGP-865EVG
PXAGP-13S
AAF-3M
SEG46117753-301
SEG46117764-301
Passive Backplane
The passive backplane is manufactured by ICP Electronics, Inc. It has four industry
standard architecture (ISA) slots, seven PCI slots, one ISA with PCI extension slot,
one dedicated PXAGP processor slot with a PCI extension connector and one AGP
slot. The ISA bridge module P/N PISA-KIT01 is required to interface the ISA bus
with the processor slot.
5.2.3
Central Processing Unit Board (AGP/PCI Card)
The AGP/PCI CPU board is manufactured by ICP Electronics, Inc., model
SAGP-865EVG. It must be used with a PCIAGP/PXAGP series backplane made by
ICP Electronics, Inc. Its features include the following:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
10/01/04
Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor running at 3.2 GHz (800 MHz bus, HyperThreading, 512 KB L2 cache), Hyper threading is disabled on the R2WS.
Intel® 865G/ICH5 Chipset
One Gigabyte (GB) of Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory
(SDRAM) 64-Bit wide dual DDR (Maximum memory is 2 GB)
AGP interface supporting 0.8/1.5V signaling with 8X/4X data transferring. (Does
not support 3.3V AGP.) This board must be installed in a compatible ICP
Electronics, Inc. backplane.
Award Basic Input/Output System (BIOS)
Eight MHz 16-bit ISA bus; 33 MHz 32-bit PCI bus; 100 MHz system and
memory buses
Seven DMA channels and fifteen interrupt levels
On-board lithium battery, expected life is ten years
Power requirements: +5 V @ 7 A, +12 V @ 7.5A, -12 V @ 0.5A
5-3
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
Ports:
• One PCI 10/100Base-T Ethernet port
• One 100/1000 Base-T Ethernet port
• Seven USB 2.0/1.1 ports; only three are used
• Two serial ports each supports up to 115.2 Kbps rate.
• Two PCI Enhanced Integrated Drive Electronics (EIDE) hard drive interfaces,
each supports Ultra DMA/100.
• PS/2 keyboard and mouse connector (note that PS/2 mouse interface is not
provided by the R2WS)
• Audio port, AC '97 Audio CODEC
Other ports available but not used by the R2WS:
• Floppy drive, parallel port, Serial ATA, IrDA and Compact Flash Storage card
Type I/II connector
5.2.4
Anti-Aliasing Board (ISA Board)
The Anti-Aliasing Board is manufactured by Alligator Technologies, Inc. The board
consists of:
One each AAF-3M carrier board
Two each AAF-3G two-channel amplifier modules
Two each AAF-2F/HC-B two-channel eight-pole elliptic filters
This combination allows amplification and filtering of up to eight channels.
Section 3.2.2.1 includes a brief description of the board, and Table 3-4 includes its
specifications.
If a different filter is desired, a change request (CR) may be submitted to the
Configuration Control Board (CCB). If approved, the hardware filter modules may
be changed out prior to delivery.
5.2.5
IEEE 1394/USB Controller (PCI Card)
The IEEE 1394/USB controller card is manufactured by Orange Micro®, Inc., model
OrangeLink+FireWire/USB. The card has two IEEE 1394 ports and two USB ports,
and provides up to 15 W of power for devices. Currently, the USB ports from this
card are not being used. The features include:
IEEE 1394 Ports
•
•
•
10/01/04
OHCI-Link and Physical Layer (PHY): NEC single chip; 100 Mbit/s
(12.5 MB/sec); 200 Mbit/s (25 MB/sec); 400 Mbit/s (50 MB/sec)
Connect up to 63 devices
Up to 16 consecutive cable hops of 4.5 meters (m)
5-4
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
5.2.6
•
Plug-and-Play (PnP) and Hot Plug
•
•
•
•
Complies with Standard for a IEEE 1394 High Performance Serial Bus/ i.LINK
Support for digital video in full size, full motion video of 720 by 480 pixels at 30 FPS
Isochronous and Asynchronous data transfer
Function Control Protocol (FCP)
•
Connection Management Protocol (CMP)
Ultra 160 SCSI Controller (PCI Card)
The Ultra 160 SCSI controller card is manufactured by Adaptec®, Inc. This 32-bit PCI
card supports a data transfer rate of up to 160 MB/sec in Low-Voltage Differential
(LVD) mode. It also features Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC) and domain validation
for data integrity and reliability. This card is compatible with legacy devices and will
support single-ended mode (which results in slower data transfers.)
This card is preset to SCSI ID7 for highest priority on the SCSI bus; device IDs 0
through 6 and 8 through 15 are supported. Narrow (8-bit) SCSI devices should use
SCSI IDs in the 0-6 range. The SCSI BIOS has been set to not scan for SCSI IDs 0-3
and 7-15 during boot up.
This card provides the SCSI interface in the Interchangeable Drive Bay (IDB). The
card is specified to support total cable lengths of up to 12m (39.4 ft.) for Ultra 160
SCSI; 3m (9.8 ft.) for Fast SCSI up to seven devices and Ultra SCSI for up to four
devices; 1.5m (4.9 ft.) for Ultra SCSI up to eight devices. These cable parameters
have not been tested with the IDB. Internally, there are up to 20 in. of cable from the
card to the IDB circuit board. Properly designed/constructed cables are required to
achieve maximum performance.
5.2.7
Analog-to-Digital Board (PCI Card)
The A/D board is manufactured by Data Translation, Inc. The board is capable of
high-speed burst data transfers by using bus master data transfers to a block of
reserved memory. The board features 16-bit resolution on analog input and output
channels. The two serial, multiplying analog output channels have a range of ±10 V.
Analog input channels are bipolar and have independently programmable gains and
can be sampled non-sequentially. Acquisition can be a single sample from a single
channel or multiple samples from multiple channels. Multiple channel acquisition
can be accomplished with either continuous scanning or triggered scanning. With
triggered scanning, the channels are scanned at high speeds with programmed
intervals between scans, thereby emulating scan-and-hold.
Two onboard 24-bit counter/timers with 20 MHz oscillators provide clocking and
triggering. Trigger modes can be pre-trigger, post-trigger, and about trigger.
Triggering can also be from an external source. In addition, there are four 16-bit user
counter/timers. The duty cycle, frequency, and output polarity are programmable,
and two counters can be cascaded through S/W.
10/01/04
5-5
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
The board has DIO lines. Two lines for input and two lines for output are made
available at the R2WS front panel.
5.2.8
Video Card (AGP Card)
The AGP video card is manufactured by Tyan Computer Corporation, model
Tachyon G9700 PRO.
The board supports multiple displays; settings are made using the included software.
Assignment of primary and secondary displays are also done in software and does not
require a re-boot.
The features include:
•
ATI® RADEON™ 9700 PRO Visual Processing Unit (VPU) @ 325 MHz
•
AGP 8X/4X/2X Support
•
128 MB DDR memory @ 310 MHz (620 MHz DDR)
•
256-bit memory interface
•
Supports DirectX® 9.0 and the latest openGL® functionality
•
Eight parallel rendering pipelines and four parallel geometry engines
•
MPEG-2 decoding, all format DTV/HDTV decoding, 165 MHz TMDS
transmitter (DVI 1.0 compliant)
•
Optimized for Pentium® 4 SSE2
•
VGA, S-video, and DVI-I connectors
Supported Screen Resolutions (monitor dependent):
Display Resolution
(pixels)
800 x 600
1024 x 768
1152 x 864
1280 x 768
1280 x 960
1280 x 1024
1600 x 1200
1792 x 1344
1800 x 1440
1856 x 1392
1920 x 1080
1920 x 1200
1920 x 1440
2048 x 1536
Color Depth
16-bit, True Color
16-bit, True Color
16-bit, True Color
16-bit, True Color
16-bit, True Color
16-bit, True Color
8-bit, 16-bit, True Color
8-bit, 16-bit, True Color
8-bit, 16-bit, True Color
8-bit, 16-bit, True Color
8-bit, 16-bit, True Color
8-bit, 16-bit, True Color
8-bit, 16-bit, True Color
8-bit, 16-bit, True Color
*True Color = minimum of 24 bits per pixel
10/01/04
5-6
Refresh Rates
56 Hz, 60 Hz, 70 Hz, 72 Hz, 75 Hz, 85 Hz
60 Hz, 70 Hz, 72 Hz, 75 Hz, 85 Hz
60 Hz, 70 Hz, 75 Hz
56 Hz, 60 Hz, 75 Hz, 85 Hz
60 Hz, 70 Hz, 72 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz, 70 Hz, 75 Hz, 85 Hz
60 Hz, 75 Hz, 85 Hz
60 Hz, 70 Hz, 75 Hz
60 Hz, 72 Hz, 75 Hz, 90 Hz, 100 Hz
60 Hz, 75 Hz
60 Hz, 75 Hz, 100 Hz
60 Hz, 75 Hz, 90 Hz
60 Hz, 70 Hz, 75 Hz, 85 Hz
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
5.2.9
PCMCIA Controller (PCI Card)
The PCMCIA card reader is manufactured by Primary Simulation Inc., model
PCD-220E. The two 16-bit PC card sockets are compliant with PCMCIA 2.1/Japan
Electronic Industry Development Association (JEIDA) 4.2 standards. It supports
Types I, II and III PC cards, and is hot-swap compatible. NOTE: Microsoft
Windows® 2000 may not support Static Random Access Memory (SRAM) cards.
The PCMCIA controller card controls the dual PCMCIA slots mounted in the IDB.
See Section 5.2.12 for further description.
5.2.10
Isolation Board
The Isolation Board was developed by LMSO. The Isolation Board performs singleended/differential conversions and optical isolation of various signals. The resettable
fuses for power on connectors J7 and J8 reside on this board. See Figure A-2.
5.2.11
Video Buffer Board
The Video Buffer board was developed by LMSO. The Video Buffer Board allows
one video signal to drive two displays. In the R2WS, the left-eye signal is routed
through this board to the RGB connector (J7) and the VGA connector (J4).
5.2.12
Interchangeable Drive Bay
The IDB was developed by LMSO. The IDB supports up to two standard 3.5" IDE 1inch high drives, three standard 3.5" SCSI one-inch high devices, and houses one
two-slot PCMCIA drive. Access is through a door at the front panel. Devices greater
than one-inch high can be accommodated, but it will decrease the total number of
devices in the IDB.
The IDE interface of the IDB is provided by the Ultra DMA 100 interface on the CPU
board. This interface supports up to Ultra-100 speeds. Each slot is connected to a
separate controller, with the right slot on the primary controller, and the left slot on
the secondary controller.
The SCSI interface is provided by the Ultra 160 SCSI controller (see Section 5.2.6); it
supports Low-Voltage Differential (LVD) devices and single-ended devices. The bus
direction is from right to left, with the left-most slot being the furthest away from the
controller. The speed of the bus is as fast as the slowest SCSI device on the bus.
The IDB provides on-board multimode active termination. If there is a single-ended
SCSI device on the bus, the SCSI bus will be in single-ended mode. Else it will be in
LVD mode. The on-board terminator can be de-activated by setting Switch 1 of the
Dual In-line Package (DIP) switch located on the board to “OPEN”; Switch 2 of the
switch is not connected and has no effect.
10/01/04
5-7
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
The PCMCIA slots are compatible with Type I, II, and III PCMCIA Cards (PC
Cards), and supports:
•
•
Fax/modem cards, Ethernet cards, combination fax/modem, and Ethernet cards
Sound cards, SCSI adapters, Compact Disc Read-Only Memory (CD-ROM)
interfaces, security cards and other 16-bit PC cards with driver.
•
Hot-swapping of PCMCIA devices
CAUTION: The IDB backplane does not support hot-swapping. Care must be taken
to turn the computer power off prior to removing or inserting a device
into the IDB backplane.
For Type III PCMCIA cards it is also possible to use the SEG46114886-303
Reader/Writer Assemblies. The Reader/Writer Assemblies must be set to ID 4, 5, or
6 only. The Reader/Writer Assemblies insert into one of the SCSI slots.
Accessories for the IDB are listed in Table 5-2.
TABLE 5-2. IDB ACCESSORIES
Part Number
10/01/04
Description
®
SEG46118264-301
Adapted IBM IDE Drive P/N 07N3935 76.86 GB ATA-100
SEG46117767-30X
x = 1, 2, or 3
Adapted IBM SCSI Drive P/N 07N3200 36.7 GB Ultra 160
SEG46114886-303
Adapted PCMCIA Card Reader/Writer with SCSI-2 Interface, by MPL AG
Elektronikunternehmen; set to ID 4, 5, or 6 only
SDG46114191-701
PCMCIA hard drive by Integral Peripherals, 340 MB
®
5-8
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
6.0
OPERATIONAL SCENARIOS
When the HRF R2WS is to be used, the keyboard and display must first be removed
from stowage and connected to the R2WS computer drawer via front panel
connectors. Alternatively, the R2WS may be used without the keyboard and is
instead run from boot up ground commands. The display and keyboard must be
attached to the Rack Seat Tracks with attachment brackets stowed elsewhere. A boot
drive must be removed from stowage and installed in the IDB. When performing
archive operations to the IDB, the archive media must be removed from stowage and
installed in the IDB. When experiments are to be interfaced, experiments must
supply the appropriate cables for interfacing via the HRF R2WS front panel
connectors.
The Ethernet Connector Saver, P/N: SEG46117757-30x, should be mated to the
R2WS front panel connector J9 and allowed to remain there. Ethernet connections
are then made to J9 of the cable as needed; this serves to reduce mating cycles on the
front panel connector itself.
For each application, the appropriate S/W package must be selected from the
available set on the R2WS or from the ground. S/W setup, calibration, and
initialization are application-specific. A basic load/user interface will be flown as
standard.
10/01/04
6-1
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
APPENDIX A
10/01/04
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
PCI BUS
ENET
RS-170
OUT
RS422
FRONT PANEL
ANTI-ALIASING
BOARD
J3: A/D, D/A, DIO
DIFF ANALOG
IN (8)
(8) ANALOG IN
(2) DIGITAL IN
PACER CLK
ISOLATION BOARD
(2) ANALOG OUT
(2) DIGITAL OUT
DIFF ► SE
J6: IRIG-B
PACER CLOCK
ANALOG OUT (8)
A/D BOARD
ANALOG IN (8)
DATA
ACQUISITION
CLOCK
DAS TRIGGER
DIFF ◄ SE
DIFF ► SE
DIGITAL IN (2)
ANALOG OUT (2)
DIGITAL OUT (2)
RS232/RS422
CONVERSIONS
EXT A/D CLK
EXT TTL TRIG
RESETTABLE FUSES
J7: RGB VIDEO
VIDEO TRANSFORMER
+5 VDC
-5VDC
+12 VDC
DVI OUT
RIGHT EYE OUT
LEFT EYE OUT
GRAPHICS
BOARD
VGA OUT
VIDEO BUFFER BOARD
CPU BOARD
J4: VGA/KEYBD
COM1
LEFT EYE OUT
RS232 COM2
COM2
PS/2 KEYBOARD
ETHERNET
PS/2 KEYBOARD
PS/2
J8: CD/DVD
+5 VDC
+12 VDC
SPKR
AUDIO
CD IN Left/Right
USB
USB
J5: NTSC/AUDIO
NTSC IN
MIC IN
MIC IN
LINE IN
LINE IN
LEFT AUDIO
RIGHT AUDIO
Gbit Enet
J9: ETHERNET
IDE
(2) USB
ETHERNET
IDB
(2) IDE
SCSI 160
CONTROLLER
(3) SCSI
PCMCIA
CONTROLLER
2-SLOT PCMCIA
J10:
USB/IEEE 1394
USB/IEEE 1394
(2) USB
(2) IEEE/1394
(2) IEEE 1394
Figure A-1. R2WS System Block Diagram
10/01/04
A-1
AGP
REAR DATA CONNECTOR
ISA BUS
HRF R2WS -- DATA BLOCK DIAGRAM
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
HRF R2WS – ISOLATION BOARD BLOCK DIAGRAM
REAR DATA CONNECTOR
RS-170
OUT
FRONT PANEL
RS422
ISOLATION BOARD
J5: NTSC/AUDIO
VIDEO TRANSFORMER
NTSC IN
CPU BOARD
COM1
RS422 DRIVER
RS232 RECEIVER
RS422 RECEIVER
RS232 DRIVER
J6: IRIG-B
DAS CLOCK
A/D BOARD
EXT A/D CLK
DAS TRIGGER
DAS TRIGGER
EXT TTL TRIG
J3: A/D, D/A, DIO
D/A OUT 0
ANALOG OUT
(2) ANALOG OUT
D/A OUT 1
DIGITAL OUT 0
DIGITAL OUT
(2) DIGITAL OUT
DIGITAL OUT 1
DIGITAL IN 0
(2) DIGITAL IN
PACER CLOCK
DIGITAL IN 1
DIGITAL IN
ANTI-ALIASING
BOARD
J7: RGB VIDEO
PACER CLOCK
PACER
CLK
+5 VDC
-5 VDC
+12 VDC
+5 VDC @ 2.5A
J8: CD/DVD
+5 VDC
+12 VDC
-5 VDC @ 1.1A
+12 VDC @ 4A
RESETTABLE FUSES
Figure A-2. R2WS Isolation Board Block Diagram
10/01/04
PACER CLOCK
A-2
MAIN POWER
SUPPLY
ISA/PCI PASSIVE BACKPLANE
DATA
ACQUISITION
CLOCK
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
LS-71042-14-4B
12 AWG
16 AWG
DC/DC Converters
+3.3 V DC
28 VDC
28 VDC RTN
20 A
MAGNETIC
BREAKER
22 AWG
minimum
15 AMP
+3.3 VDC
15 AMP
+3.3 VDC
GND
10 AMP
+5 V DC
10 AMP
Isolation Circuit Board
RUE 110
1.1 AMP
+5 VDC
VCC(+)
+5 VDC
+5 VDC
GND
RUE 250
2.5 AMP
+12 VDC
+12 V DC
SOLID STATE
FUSED @
12.5 A
+12V PWR
+12 VDC
+12 VDC
RUE 400
4 AMP
GND
-12V PWR
-12 VDC
-12 V DC
SOLID STATE
FUSED @ 4 A,
-5 VDC SOLID
STATE FUSED
@ 10 A
24 AWG
-5V PWR
-5 VDC
GND
RUE 110
1.1 AMP
-5 VDC
GND
Passive Backplane & Mounting Plate
±12 V DC SOLID STATE
FUSED @ 2 A EACH
+12 VDC
±15 V DC SOLID STATE
FUSED @ 0.75 A EACH,
+5 V DC SOLID STATE
FUSED @ 5 A EACH
+15 VDC
-12 VDC
GND
-15VDC
+5 VDC
GND
CHASSIS GND
12 AWG
GND
28 VDC
12 AWG
28 VDC
28 VDC RTN
12 AWG
28V RTN
10 A
Figure A-3. Wiring and Fusing Diagram
10/01/04
22 or 26 AWG
INTERNAL ROUTING
A-3
F
R
O
N
T
P
A
N
E
L
Downloaded from http://www.everyspec.com
DISTRIBUTION LIST
FOR
LS-71042-14-4B
TDI Center/Bldg. 36 (5)
EB/G. Valle
K. Tucker
LOCKHEED MARTIN
C42/Science Payloads Library
S22/K. Upham
S362/H. Charles
S362/J. Bejarano
S362/A. Leyman
S363/P. Nystrom
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising