PCISA-BT
PCISA-BT CPU Card
MODEL:
PCISA-BT
Half-Size PCISA CPU Card with 22nm Intel® Atom™ or
Celeron® SoC, Dual Intel® PCIe GbE, VGA, iDP, PCIe Mini,
USB 3.0, mSATA, SATA 3Gb/s, COM, HD Audio and RoHS
User Manual
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Revision
Date
Version
Changes
August 12, 2015
1.00
Initial release
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Copyright
COPYRIGHT NOTICE
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improve reliability, design and function and does not represent a commitment on the part
of the manufacturer.
In no event will the manufacturer be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or
consequential damages arising out of the use or inability to use the product or
documentation, even if advised of the possibility of such damages.
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reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced by any mechanical, electronic, or
other means in any form without prior written permission of the manufacturer.
TRADEMARKS
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purposes only and may be trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective
owners.
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Manual Conventions
WARNING
Warnings appear where overlooked details may cause damage to the
equipment or result in personal injury. Warnings should be taken
seriously.
CAUTION
Cautionary messages should be heeded to help reduce the chance of
losing data or damaging the product.
NOTE
These messages inform the reader of essential but non-critical
information. These messages should be read carefully as any directions
or instructions contained therein can help avoid making mistakes.
HOT SURFACE
This symbol indicates a hot surface that should not be touched without
taking care.
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Table of Contents
1 INTRODUCTION.......................................................................................................... 1
1.1 INTRODUCTION........................................................................................................... 2
1.2 MODEL VARIATIONS ................................................................................................... 2
1.3 FEATURES ................................................................................................................... 3
1.4 CONNECTORS ............................................................................................................. 4
1.5 DIMENSIONS ............................................................................................................... 5
1.6 DATA FLOW ................................................................................................................ 6
1.7 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................................................... 7
2 PACKING LIST ........................................................................................................... 10
2.1 ANTI-STATIC PRECAUTIONS .......................................................................................11
2.2 UNPACKING PRECAUTIONS ........................................................................................11
2.3 PACKING LIST........................................................................................................... 12
2.4 OPTIONAL ITEMS ...................................................................................................... 13
3 CONNECTORS ........................................................................................................... 15
3.1 PERIPHERAL INTERFACE CONNECTORS..................................................................... 16
3.1.1 PCISA-BT Layout............................................................................................. 16
3.1.2 Peripheral Interface Connectors ..................................................................... 17
3.1.3 External Interface Panel Connectors............................................................... 18
3.2 INTERNAL PERIPHERAL CONNECTORS ...................................................................... 18
3.2.1 ATX Power Supply Enabled Connector ........................................................... 18
3.2.2 Audio Connector .............................................................................................. 19
3.2.3 Backlight Inverter Connector .......................................................................... 20
3.2.4 Battery Connector............................................................................................ 21
3.2.5 Digital I/O Connector ...................................................................................... 22
3.2.6 EC Debug Connector....................................................................................... 23
3.2.7 Fan Connector (CPU)...................................................................................... 24
3.2.8 Fan Connectors (System)................................................................................. 25
3.2.9 Front Panel Connector .................................................................................... 25
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3.2.10 I2C Connector ................................................................................................ 26
3.2.11 Infrared Interface Connector ......................................................................... 27
3.2.12 Internal DisplayPort Connector .................................................................... 28
3.2.13 Keyboard and Mouse Connector ................................................................... 29
3.2.14 LVDS Connector ............................................................................................ 30
3.2.15 microSD Card Slot ......................................................................................... 31
3.2.16 mSATA Slot..................................................................................................... 31
3.2.17 Parallel Port Connector ................................................................................ 33
3.2.18 PCIe Mini Slot................................................................................................ 34
3.2.19 Power Button ................................................................................................. 35
3.2.20 Reset Button ................................................................................................... 36
3.2.21 SATA 3Gb/s Drive Connector ........................................................................ 37
3.2.22 Serial Port Connector, RS-232....................................................................... 38
3.2.23 Serial Port Connector, RS-422/485................................................................ 38
3.2.24 SMBus Connector .......................................................................................... 39
3.2.25 SO-DIMM Slot ............................................................................................... 40
3.2.26 SPI Flash Connector...................................................................................... 41
3.2.27 SPI Flash Connector, EC ............................................................................... 41
3.2.28 TPM Connector.............................................................................................. 42
3.2.29 USB 2.0 Connector (Type A).......................................................................... 43
3.2.30 USB 2.0 Connectors....................................................................................... 44
3.3 EXTERNAL PERIPHERAL INTERFACE CONNECTOR PANEL ......................................... 45
3.3.1 Ethernet Connectors ........................................................................................ 45
3.3.2 USB 2.0 Connector .......................................................................................... 46
3.3.3 USB 3.0 Connector .......................................................................................... 46
3.3.4 VGA Connector ................................................................................................ 47
4 INSTALLATION ......................................................................................................... 48
4.1 ANTI-STATIC PRECAUTIONS ...................................................................................... 49
4.2 INSTALLATION CONSIDERATIONS .............................................................................. 49
4.3 SO-DIMM INSTALLATION ....................................................................................... 51
4.4 FULL-SIZE PCIE MINI CARD INSTALLATION ............................................................. 51
4.5 HALF-SIZE PCIE MINI CARD INSTALLATION............................................................. 53
4.6 MSATA MODULE INSTALLATION .............................................................................. 56
4.7 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION ......................................................................................... 58
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4.7.1 AT/ATX Power Mode Setting ........................................................................... 58
4.7.2 Clear CMOS Button......................................................................................... 58
4.7.3 LVDS Panel Type Selection.............................................................................. 59
4.7.4 LVDS Backlight Mode Selection ...................................................................... 60
4.7.5 LVDS Voltage Selection.................................................................................... 61
4.8 INTERNAL PERIPHERAL DEVICE CONNECTIONS ........................................................ 62
4.8.1 SATA Drive Connection ................................................................................... 62
5 BIOS .............................................................................................................................. 64
5.1 INTRODUCTION......................................................................................................... 65
5.1.1 Starting Setup................................................................................................... 65
5.1.2 Using Setup ...................................................................................................... 65
5.1.3 Getting Help..................................................................................................... 66
5.1.4 Unable to Reboot after Configuration Changes .............................................. 66
5.1.5 BIOS Menu Bar................................................................................................ 66
5.2 MAIN........................................................................................................................ 67
5.3 ADVANCED ............................................................................................................... 68
5.3.1 ACPI Settings ................................................................................................... 69
5.3.2 F81866 Super IO Configuration ...................................................................... 70
5.3.2.1 Serial Port n Configuration ....................................................................... 70
5.3.2.2 IrDA Configuration................................................................................... 76
5.3.2.3 Parallel Port Configuration ....................................................................... 78
5.3.3 iWDD H/W Monitor ......................................................................................... 80
5.3.3.1 Smart Fan Mode Configuration ................................................................ 81
5.3.4 RTC Wake Settings ........................................................................................... 82
5.3.5 Serial Port Console Redirection ...................................................................... 83
5.3.6 iEi Feature ....................................................................................................... 86
5.3.7 CPU Configuration .......................................................................................... 87
5.3.8 IDE Configuration............................................................................................ 88
5.3.9 Trusted Computing ........................................................................................... 89
5.3.10 USB Configuration......................................................................................... 90
5.4 CHIPSET ................................................................................................................... 91
5.4.1 North Bridge .................................................................................................... 92
5.4.1.1 Intel IGD Configuration............................................................................ 92
5.4.2 South Bridge..................................................................................................... 94
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5.4.2.1 PCI Express Configuration ....................................................................... 95
5.5 SECURITY ................................................................................................................. 96
5.6 BOOT........................................................................................................................ 97
5.7 SAVE & EXIT ............................................................................................................ 99
6 SOFTWARE DRIVERS ............................................................................................ 100
6.1 SOFTWARE INSTALLATION ...................................................................................... 101
6.2 AVAILABLE SOFTWARE DRIVERS ............................................................................ 102
A REGULATORY COMPLIANCE ............................................................................ 104
B BIOS OPTIONS ........................................................................................................ 106
C TERMINOLOGY ..................................................................................................... 109
D DIGITAL I/O INTERFACE......................................................................................113
D.1 INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................114
D.2 ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE SAMPLE 1...........................................................................115
D.3 ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE SAMPLE 2...........................................................................115
E WATCHDOG TIMER................................................................................................116
F HAZARDOUS MATERIALS DISCLOSURE.........................................................119
F.1 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS DISCLOSURE TABLE FOR IPB PRODUCTS CERTIFIED AS
ROHS COMPLIANT UNDER 2002/95/EC WITHOUT MERCURY ..................................... 120
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List of Figures
Figure 1-1: PCISA-BT .....................................................................................................................2
Figure 1-2: Connectors ..................................................................................................................4
Figure 1-3: PCISA-BT Dimensions (mm) ......................................................................................5
Figure 1-4: Data Flow Diagram......................................................................................................6
Figure 3-1: Peripheral Interface Connectors .............................................................................16
Figure 3-2: ATX Power Supply Enabled Connector Location..................................................19
Figure 3-3: Audio Connector Location .......................................................................................20
Figure 3-4: Backlight Inverter Connector Location...................................................................21
Figure 3-5: Battery Connector Location.....................................................................................22
Figure 3-6: Digital I/O Connector Location ................................................................................22
Figure 3-7: EC Debug Connector Location................................................................................23
Figure 3-8: CPU Fan Connector Location ..................................................................................24
Figure 3-9: System Fan Connector Locations...........................................................................25
Figure 3-10: Front Panel Connector Location ...........................................................................26
Figure 3-11: I2C Connector Location ..........................................................................................27
Figure 3-12: Infrared Connector Location..................................................................................27
Figure 3-13: Internal DisplayPort Connector Location .............................................................28
Figure 3-14: Keyboard and Mouse Connector Location...........................................................29
Figure 3-15: LVDS Connector Location......................................................................................30
Figure 3-16: microSD Card Slot Location ..................................................................................31
Figure 3-17: mSATA Slot Location .............................................................................................32
Figure 3-18: Parallel Port Connector Location ..........................................................................33
Figure 3-19: PCIe Mini Slot Location ..........................................................................................34
Figure 3-20: Power Button Location...........................................................................................36
Figure 3-21: Reset Button Location............................................................................................36
Figure 3-22: SATA 3Gb/s Drive Connector Locations ..............................................................37
Figure 3-23: RS-232 Serial Port Connector Locations..............................................................38
Figure 3-24: RS-422/485 Connector Location............................................................................39
Figure 3-25: SMBus Connector Location ...................................................................................40
Figure 3-26: SO-DIMM Slot Location ..........................................................................................40
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Figure 3-27: SPI Flash Connector Location...............................................................................41
Figure 3-28: SPI EC Flash Connector Location.........................................................................42
Figure 3-29: TPM Connector Location........................................................................................42
Figure 3-30: USB 2.0 Connector (Type A) Pinout Location......................................................43
Figure 3-31: USB 2.0 Connector Pinout Locations ...................................................................44
Figure 3-32: External Peripheral Interface Connector ..............................................................45
Figure 3-33: Ethernet Connector.................................................................................................45
Figure 3-34: VGA Connector .......................................................................................................47
Figure 4-1: SO-DIMM Installation ................................................................................................51
Figure 4-2: Removing the Retention Screw ...............................................................................52
Figure 4-3: Inserting the Full-size PCIe Mini Card into the Slot at an Angle ..........................52
Figure 4-4: Securing the Full-size PCIe Mini Card ....................................................................53
Figure 4-5: Removing the Standoff.............................................................................................54
Figure 4-6: Installing the Standoff ..............................................................................................54
Figure 4-7: Inserting the Half-size PCIe Mini Card into the Slot at an Angle..........................55
Figure 4-8: Securing the Half-size PCIe Mini Card ....................................................................55
Figure 4-9: Removing the Retention Screws for the mSATA Module .....................................56
Figure 4-10: Inserting the mSATA Module into the Socket at an Angle .................................57
Figure 4-11: Securing the mSATA Module.................................................................................57
Figure 4-12: AT/ATX Power Mode Switch Location ..................................................................58
Figure 4-13: Clear CMOS Button Location.................................................................................58
Figure 4-14: LVDS Panel Type Selection Switch Location.......................................................60
Figure 4-15: LVDS Backlight Mode Selection Jumper Location..............................................60
Figure 4-16: LVDS Voltage Selection Jumper Location ...........................................................61
Figure 4-17: SATA Drive Cable Connection...............................................................................62
Figure 4-18: SATA Power Drive Connection..............................................................................63
Figure 6-1: Introduction Screen ............................................................................................... 101
Figure 6-2: Available Drivers .................................................................................................... 102
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List of Tables
Table 1-1: Model Variations ...........................................................................................................2
Table 1-2: PCISA-BT Specifications .............................................................................................9
Table 2-1: Packing List.................................................................................................................12
Table 2-2: Optional Items.............................................................................................................14
Table 3-1: Peripheral Interface Connectors ...............................................................................18
Table 3-2: External Peripheral Connectors................................................................................18
Table 3-3: ATX Power Supply Enabled Connector Pinouts .....................................................19
Table 3-4: AT/ATX Power Mode Setting .....................................................................................19
Table 3-5: Audio Connector Pinouts ..........................................................................................20
Table 3-6: Backlight Inverter Connector Pinouts ......................................................................21
Table 3-7: Battery Connector Pinouts ........................................................................................22
Table 3-8: Digital I/O Connector Pinouts....................................................................................23
Table 3-9: EC Debug Connector Pinouts ...................................................................................24
Table 3-10: CPU Fan Connector Pinouts ...................................................................................24
Table 3-11: System Fan Connector Pinouts ..............................................................................25
Table 3-12: Front Panel Connector Pinouts...............................................................................26
Table 3-13: I2C Connector Pinouts..............................................................................................27
Table 3-14: Infrared Connector Pinouts .....................................................................................28
Table 3-15: Internal DisplayPort Connector Pinouts ................................................................29
Table 3-16: Keyboard and Mouse Connector Pinouts ..............................................................30
Table 3-17: LVDS Connector Pinouts .........................................................................................31
Table 3-18: mSATA Slot Pinouts.................................................................................................33
Table 3-19: Parallel Port Connector Pinouts .............................................................................34
Table 3-20: PCIe Mini Slot Pinouts..............................................................................................35
Table 3-21: SATA 3Gb/s Drive Connector Pinouts....................................................................37
Table 3-22: RS-232 Serial Port Connector Pinouts ...................................................................38
Table 3-23: RS-422/485 Connector Pinouts ...............................................................................39
Table 3-24: DB-9 RS-422/485 Pinouts .........................................................................................39
Table 3-25: SMBus Connector Pinouts ......................................................................................40
Table 3-26: SPI Flash Connector Pinouts ..................................................................................41
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Table 3-27: SPI EC Flash Connector Pinouts ............................................................................42
Table 3-28: TPM Connector Pinouts ...........................................................................................43
Table 3-29: USB 2.0 Connector (Type A) Pinouts .....................................................................44
Table 3-30: USB 2.0 Connector Pinouts .....................................................................................44
Table 3-31: LAN Pinouts ..............................................................................................................45
Table 3-32: USB 2.0 Port Pinouts................................................................................................46
Table 3-33: USB 3.0 Port Pinouts................................................................................................46
Table 3-34: VGA Connector Pinouts...........................................................................................47
Table 4-1: AT/ATX Power Mode Switch Settings.......................................................................58
Table 4-2: LVDS Panel Type Selection .......................................................................................59
Table 4-3: LVDS Backlight Mode Selection Jumper Settings ..................................................60
Table 4-4: LVDS Voltage Selection Jumper Settings................................................................61
Table 5-1: BIOS Navigation Keys ................................................................................................66
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BIOS Menus
BIOS Menu 1: Main .......................................................................................................................67
BIOS Menu 2: Advanced ..............................................................................................................68
BIOS Menu 3: ACPI Configuration ..............................................................................................69
BIOS Menu 4: F81866 Super IO Configuration ..........................................................................70
BIOS Menu 5: Serial Port n Configuration Menu.......................................................................70
BIOS Menu 6: IrDA Configuration Menu.....................................................................................76
BIOS Menu 7: Parallel Port Configuration Menu .......................................................................78
BIOS Menu 8: iWDD H/W Monitor ...............................................................................................80
BIOS Menu 9: Smart Fan Mode Configuration ..........................................................................81
BIOS Menu 10: RTC Wake Settings ............................................................................................82
BIOS Menu 11: Serial Port Console Redirection .......................................................................83
BIOS Menu 12: iEi Feature...........................................................................................................86
BIOS Menu 13: CPU Configuration .............................................................................................87
BIOS Menu 14: IDE Configuration...............................................................................................88
BIOS Menu 15: Trusted Computing ............................................................................................89
BIOS Menu 16: USB Configuration .............................................................................................90
BIOS Menu 17: Chipset ................................................................................................................91
BIOS Menu 18: North Bridge .......................................................................................................92
BIOS Menu 19: Intel IGD Configuration......................................................................................92
BIOS Menu 20: South Bridge.......................................................................................................94
BIOS Menu 21: PCI Express Configuration ...............................................................................95
BIOS Menu 22: Security ...............................................................................................................96
BIOS Menu 23: Boot .....................................................................................................................97
BIOS Menu 24: Save & Exit..........................................................................................................99
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Chapter
1
1 Introduction
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1.1 Introduction
Figure 1-1: PCISA-BT
The PCISA-BT half-size PCISA CPU card is a 22nm Intel® AtomTM or Celeron® SoC
platform with a DDR3L SO-DIMM socket and dual PCI Express (PCIe) Gigabit Ethernet
(GbE). The PCISA-BT equips with one USB 3.0, six USB 2.0, two SATA 3Gb/s, two
RS-232, one RS-422/485, one PCIe Mini slot, one mSATA slot and one microSD slot,
providing extreme expansion possibility. Moreover, multiple display support (VGA, iDP
and optional LVDS) adds versatility to the system, enabling system integrators and
designers increased flexibility in selecting display panel options.
1.2 Model Variations
The model variations for the PCISA-BT series are listed in Table 1-1.
On-board SoC
Model
Name
Clock Speed
# of Cores
L2 Cache
Max TDP
PCISA-BT-E38451
Intel® Atom™ E3845
1.91 GHz
4
2 MB
10 W
PCISA -BT-E38251
Intel® Atom™ E3825
1.33 GHz
2
1 MB
6W
Table 1-1: Model Variations
NOTE:
Models with other CPUs not listed in above table are requested by
MOQ – 100 pcs/lot.
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1.3 Features
Some of the PCISA-BT motherboard features are listed below:
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Half-size PCISA CPU card
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On-board 22nm Intel® Atom™ or Celeron® SoC
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One 204-pin 1333/1066 MHz unbuffered DDR3L SDRAM SO-DIMM slot
supports up to 8 GB
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Dual Intel® PCIe GbE
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Dual independent display by VGA, iDP or optional LVDS interfaces
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Complete I/O interfaces, including one USB 3.0, six USB 2.0, two RS-232,
one RS-422/485 and two SATA 3Gb/s
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Flexible expansion options, including one PCIe Mini slot, one mSATA slot and
one microSD slot
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High Definition Audio
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RoHS compliant
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1.4 Connectors
The connectors on the PCISA-BT are shown in the figure below.
Figure 1-2: Connectors
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1.5 Dimensions
The main dimensions of the PCISA-BT are shown in the diagram below.
Figure 1-3: PCISA-BT Dimensions (mm)
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1.6 Data Flow
Figure 1-4 shows the data flow between the system chipset, the CPU and other
components installed on the motherboard.
Figure 1-4: Data Flow Diagram
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1.7 Technical Specifications
The PCISA-BT technical specifications are listed below.
Specification/Model
PCISA-BT
Form Factor
Half-size PCISA CPU card
Intel® Atom™ E3845 (1.91GHz, quad-core, 2MB cache, TDP=10W)
Intel® Atom™ E3827 (1.75GHz, dual-core, 1MB cache, TDP=8W)
On-board SoC
Intel® Atom™ E3826 (1.46GHz, dual-core, 1MB cache, TDP=7W)
Intel® Atom™ E3825 (1.33GHz, dual-core, 1MB cache, TDP=6W)
Intel® Atom™ E3815 (1.46GHz, single-core, 512KB cache, TDP=5W)
Memory
Graphics Engine
One 240-pin 1333/1066 MHz unbuffered DDR3L SDRAM SO-DIMM
slot supports up to 8 GB
Intel® HD Graphics Gen 7 with 4 execution units, supporting
DirectX 11.1, OpenCL 1.2 and OpenGL 4.2
Supports dual independent display
One VGA (up to [email protected] Hz)
Display Output
One iDP interface for HDMI, LVDS, VGA, DVI and DisplayPort (up to
[email protected] Hz)
One 18/24-bit dual-channel LVDS by CH7511B DP to LVDS converter
(up to [email protected] Hz) (optional, MOQ: 100 pcs/lot)
Ethernet
Two Intel® I211-AT PCIe GbE controllers
Supports 7.1-channel HD audio by IEI AC-KIT-892HD kit
Audio
One audio connector (10-pin header)
One microSD slot
One mSATA slot (SATA 3Gb/s, shares with SATA2 port)
One PCIe Mini slot (full-size/half-size)
Expansion
PCIe-PCI bridge: ITE IT8892E
LPC-ISA bridge: Fintek F85226FG
PCI and ISA signal via golden finger
Super I/O Controller
Fintek F81866
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Watchdog Timer
Software programmable supports 1~255 sec. system reset
BIOS
UEFI BIOS
External I/O Interface Connectors
Display Output
One VGA connector
Ethernet
Two RJ-45 ports
One USB 3.0 port
USB
One USB 2.0 port
Internal I/O Interface Connectors
Audio Connector
One audio connector (10-pin header)
Digital I/O
8-bit digital I/O
One 4-pin CPU smart fan connector
Fan
One 3-pin system smart fan connector
Front Panel
One 14-pin header (power LED, HDD LED, speaker, power button,
reset button)
I2C
One 4-pin wafer connector
Infrared
One via 5-pin header
Internal DisplayPort
One 20-pin box header
Keyboard and Mouse
One internal keyboard and mouse connector (6-pin wafer)
Parallel Port
One parallel port via internal 26-pin box header
Serial ATA
Two SATA 3Gb/s connectors
Two RS-232 via internal 10-pin headers
Serial Ports
One RS-422/485 via internal 4-pin wafer connector
SMBus
One 4-pin wafer connector
TPM
One via 20-pin header
Four USB 2.0 ports by two internal pin headers
USB
One USB 2.0 port by internal Type A connector
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Environmental and Power Specifications
Power Supply
Power Consumption
Operating
Temperature
5V/12V, AT/ATX power support
[email protected], [email protected] (1.91 GHz Intel® Atom™ E3845 SoC with
one 8 GB 1333 MHz DDR3L memory)
-20ºC ~ 60ºC
Storage Temperature
-30ºC ~ 70ºC
Operating Humidity
5% ~ 95% (non-condensing)
Physical Specifications
Dimensions
185 mm x 128 mm
Weight (GW/NW)
1000 g/250 g
Table 1-2: PCISA-BT Specifications
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Chapter
2
2 Packing List
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2.1 Anti-static Precautions
WARNING!
Static electricity can destroy certain electronics. Make sure to follow the
ESD precautions to prevent damage to the product, and injury to the
user.
Make sure to adhere to the following guidelines:
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Wear an anti-static wristband: Wearing an anti-static wristband can prevent
electrostatic discharge.
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Self-grounding: Touch a grounded conductor every few minutes to discharge
any excess static buildup.
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Use an anti-static pad: When configuring any circuit board, place it on an
anti-static mat.
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Only handle the edges of the PCB: Don't touch the surface of the
motherboard. Hold the motherboard by the edges when handling.
2.2 Unpacking Precautions
When the PCISA-BT is unpacked, please do the following:
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Follow the anti-static guidelines above.
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Make sure the packing box is facing upwards when opening.
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Make sure all the packing list items are present.
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2.3 Packing List
NOTE:
If any of the components listed in the checklist below are missing, do
not proceed with the installation. Contact the IEI reseller or vendor the
PCISA-BT was purchased from or contact an IEI sales representative
directly by sending an email to [email protected]
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The PCISA-BT is shipped with the following components:
Quantity
Item and Part Number
1
PCISA-BT CPU card
1
SATA cable
1
Utility CD
1
Quick installation guide
Table 2-1: Packing List
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2.4 Optional Items
The following are optional components which may be separately purchased:
Item and Part Number
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RS-422/485 cable, 200 mm
(P/N: 32205-003800-300-RS)
Dual RS-232 cable, 230 mm, P=2.54
(P/N: 19800-000051-RS)
PS/2 KB/MS Y-cable with bracket, 220 mm
(P/N: 19800-000075-RS)
SATA power cable
(P/N: 32102-000100-200-RS)
LPT flat cable, 280 mm
(P/N: 32200-015100-RS)
7.1-channel HD audio kit with Realtek ALC892 audio
codec supporting dual audio stream
(P/N: AC-KIT-892HD-R10)
DisplayPort to HDMI converter board (for IEI iDP
connector)
(P/N: DP-HDMI-R10)
DisplayPort to LVDS converter board (for IEI iDP
connector)
(P/N: DP-LVDS-R10)
DisplayPort to VGA converter board (for IEI iDP connector)
(P/N: DP-VGA-R10)
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Item and Part Number
DisplayPort to DVI-D converter board (for IEI iDP
connector)
(P/N: DP-DVI-R10)
DisplayPort to DisplayPort converter board (for IEI iDP
connector)
(P/N: DP-DP-R10)
20-pin Infineon TPM module, software management tool,
firmware v3.17
(P/N: TPM-IN01-R11)
Table 2-2: Optional Items
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Chapter
3
3 Connectors
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3.1 Peripheral Interface Connectors
This chapter details all the peripheral interface connectors.
3.1.1 PCISA-BT Layout
The figure below shows all the peripheral interface connectors.
Figure 3-1: Peripheral Interface Connectors
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3.1.2 Peripheral Interface Connectors
The table below lists all the connectors on the board.
Connector
Type
Label
ATX power supply enabled connector
3-pin wafer
ATXCTL1
Audio connector
10-pin header
J_AUDIO1
Backlight inverter connector
5-pin wafer
INV1
Battery connector
2-pin wafer
BAT1
Digital I/O connector
10-pin header
DIO1
EC debug connector
18-pin header
CN1
Fan connector (CPU)
4-pin wafer
CPU_FAN1
Fan connector (system)
3-pin wafer
SYS_FAN1
Front panel connector
14-pin header
F_PANEL1
I2C connector
4-pin wafer
I2C_1
Infrared connector
5-pin header
IR1
Internal DisplayPort connector
20-pin box header
DP1
Keyboard and mouse connector
6-pin wafer
KB_MS1
LVDS connector
30-pin crimp
LVDS1
microSD slot
microSD slot
MICROSD1
mSATA slot
PCIe Mini slot
M_SATA1
Parallel port connector
26-pin box header
LPT1
PCIe Mini slot
PCIe Mini slot
M_PCIE1
Power button
Push button
PWR_SW1
Reset button
Push button
RST_SW1
SATA 3Gb/s drive connector
7-pin SATA connector
SATA1, SATA2
Serial port, RS-232
10-pin header
COM1, COM2
Serial port, RS-422/485
4-pin wafer
COM3
SMBus connector
4-pin wafer
SMBUS1
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Connector
Type
240-pin DDR3L
SO-DIMM slot
SO-DIMM slot
Label
DIMM1
SPI flash connector
6-pin wafer
JSPI1
SPI flash connector, EC
6-pin wafer
JSPI2
TPM connector
20-pin header
TPM1
USB 2.0 connector (Type A)
Type A
USB5
USB 2.0 connectors
8-pin header
USB3, USB4
Table 3-1: Peripheral Interface Connectors
3.1.3 External Interface Panel Connectors
The table below lists the connectors on the external I/O panel.
Connector
Type
Label
Ethernet ports
RJ-45
LAN1, LAN2
USB 2.0 port
USB 2.0
USB2
USB 3.0 port
USB 3.0
USB1
VGA connector
15-pin female
VGA1
Table 3-2: External Peripheral Connectors
3.2 Internal Peripheral Connectors
The section describes all of the connectors on the PCISA-BT.
3.2.1 ATX Power Supply Enabled Connector
CN Label:
ATXCTL1
CN Type:
3-pin wafer, p=2.54 mm
CN Location:
See Figure 3-2
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-3
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The ATX power supply enabled connector enables the PCISA-BT to be connected to an
ATX power supply. Refer to Table 3-4 for the configuration of AT/ATX power mode.
Figure 3-2: ATX Power Supply Enabled Connector Location
Pin
Description
1
GND
2
PS_ON#
3
5VSB
Table 3-3: ATX Power Supply Enabled Connector Pinouts
The AT/ATX power mode settings are listed below.
Setting
Description
AT Power Mode
Short 1-2 (Default)
ATX Power Mode
Connect PS_ON# and 5VSB cable from ATX power supply
Table 3-4: AT/ATX Power Mode Setting
3.2.2 Audio Connector
CN Label:
J_AUDIO1
CN Type:
10-pin header, p=2 mm
CN Location:
See Figure 3-3
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-5
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This connector allows connection to an external audio kit.
Figure 3-3: Audio Connector Location
Pin
Description
Pin
Description
1
HDA_SYNC
2
HDA_BIT_CLK
3
HDA_SDOUT
4
HDA_SPKR
5
HDA_SDIN
6
HDA_RST#
7
HDA_VCC
8
HDA_GND
9
HDA_+12V
10
HDA_GND
Table 3-5: Audio Connector Pinouts
3.2.3 Backlight Inverter Connector
CN Label:
INV1
CN Type:
5-pin wafer, p=2 mm
CN Location:
See Figure 3-4
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-6
The backlight inverter connector provides power to an LCD panel.
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Figure 3-4: Backlight Inverter Connector Location
Pin
Description
1
LCD_BKLTCTL
2
GROUND
3
+12V
4
GROUND
5
BACKLIGHT ENABLE
Table 3-6: Backlight Inverter Connector Pinouts
3.2.4 Battery Connector
CAUTION:
Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type. Only
certified engineers should replace the on-board battery.
Dispose of used batteries according to instructions and local
regulations.
CN Label:
BAT1
CN Type:
2-pin wafer, p=1.25 mm
CN Location:
See Figure 3-5
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-7
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This is connected to the system battery. The battery provides power to the system clock to
retain the time when power is turned off.
Figure 3-5: Battery Connector Location
Pin
Description
1
VBATT
2
GND
Table 3-7: Battery Connector Pinouts
3.2.5 Digital I/O Connector
CN Label:
DIO1
CN Type:
10-pin header, p=2.54 mm
CN Location:
See Figure 3-6
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-8
The digital I/O connector provides programmable input and output for external devices.
Figure 3-6: Digital I/O Connector Location
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Pin
Description
Pin
Description
1
GND
2
VCC
3
Output 3
4
Output 2
5
Output 1
6
Output 0
7
Input 3
8
Input 2
9
Input 1
10
Input 0
Table 3-8: Digital I/O Connector Pinouts
3.2.6 EC Debug Connector
CN Label:
CN1
CN Type:
20-pin wafer, p=2 mm
CN Location:
See Figure 3-7
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-9
The EC debug connector is used for EC debug.
Figure 3-7: EC Debug Connector Location
Pin
Description
Pin
Description
1
EC_EPP_STB#
2
EC_EPP_AFD#
3
EC_EPP_PD0
4
NC
5
EC_EPP_PD1
6
EC_EPP_INIT#
7
EC_EPP_PD2
8
EC_EPP_SLIN#
9
EC_EPP_PD3
10
GND
11
EC_EPP_PD4
12
NC
13
EC_EPP_PD5
14
EC_EPP_BUSY
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Pin
Description
Pin
Description
15
EC_EPP_PD6
16
EC_EPP_KSI5
17
EC_EPP_PD7
18
EC_EPP_KSI4
Table 3-9: EC Debug Connector Pinouts
3.2.7 Fan Connector (CPU)
CN Label:
CPU_FAN1
CN Type:
4-pin wafer, p=2.54 mm
CN Location:
See Figure 3-8
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-10
The fan connector attaches to a CPU cooling fan.
Figure 3-8: CPU Fan Connector Location
Pin
Description
1
GND
2
+12V
3
FANIO
4
PWM
Table 3-10: CPU Fan Connector Pinouts
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3.2.8 Fan Connectors (System)
CN Label:
SYS_FAN1
CN Type:
3-pin wafer, p=2.54 mm
CN Location:
See Figure 3-9
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-11
Each fan connector attaches to a system cooling fan.
Figure 3-9: System Fan Connector Locations
Pin
Description
1
FANIO
2
+12V
3
GND
Table 3-11: System Fan Connector Pinouts
3.2.9 Front Panel Connector
CN Label:
F_PANEL1
CN Type:
14-pin header, p=2.54 mm
CN Location:
See Figure 3-10
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-12
The front panel connector connects to the indicator LEDs and buttons on the computer's
front panel.
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Figure 3-10: Front Panel Connector Location
Function
Power LED
Power Button
HDD LED
Pin
Description
1
+5V
3
NC
5
Function
Pin
Description
2
BEEP_PWR
4
NC
GND
6
NC
7
PWRBTN_SW#
8
PC_BEEP
9
GND
10
NC
11
+5V
12
EXTRST-
13
SATA_LED#
14
GND
Speaker
Reset
Table 3-12: Front Panel Connector Pinouts
3.2.10 I2C Connector
CN Label:
I2C_1
CN Type:
4-pin wafer, p=1.25 mm
CN Location:
See Figure 3-11
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-13
The I2C connector is used to connect I2C-bus devices to the motherboard.
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Figure 3-11: I2C Connector Location
Pin
Description
1
GND
2
PCH_GP38
3
PCH_GP39
4
+5V
Table 3-13: I2C Connector Pinouts
3.2.11 Infrared Interface Connector
CN Label:
IR1
CN Type:
5-pin header, p=2.54 mm
CN Location:
See Figure 3-12
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-14
The infrared connector attaches to an infrared receiver for use with remote controls.
Figure 3-12: Infrared Connector Location
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Pin
Description
1
+V5S
2
NC
3
IR-RX
4
GND
5
IR-TX
Table 3-14: Infrared Connector Pinouts
3.2.12 Internal DisplayPort Connector
CN Label:
DP1
CN Type:
20-pin box header, p=2 mm
CN Location:
See Figure 3-13
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-15
The DisplayPort connector supports HDMI, LVDS, VGA, DVI and DisplayPort graphics
interfaces with up to 3840x2160 resolutions.
Figure 3-13: Internal DisplayPort Connector Location
Pin
Description
Pin
Description
1
+5V
11
AUXP
2
LANE1N
12
AUXN
3
LANE1P
13
GND
4
GND
14
LANE2P
5
LANE3N
15
LANE2N
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Pin
Description
Pin
Description
6
LANE3P
16
GND
7
GND
17
LANE0P
8
AUX_CTRL_DET_D
18
LANE0N
9
GND
19
+3.3V
10
HPD
20
NA
Table 3-15: Internal DisplayPort Connector Pinouts
3.2.13 Keyboard and Mouse Connector
CN Label:
KB_MS1
CN Type:
6-pin wafer, p=2 mm
CN Location:
See Figure 3-14
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-16
The keyboard and mouse connector connects to a PS/2 Y-cable that can be connected to
a PS/2 keyboard and mouse.
Figure 3-14: Keyboard and Mouse Connector Location
Pin
Description
1
VCC
2
Mouse Data
3
Mouse Clock
4
Keyboard Data
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Pin
Description
5
Keyboard Clock
6
GND
Table 3-16: Keyboard and Mouse Connector Pinouts
3.2.14 LVDS Connector
CN Label:
LVDS1
CN Type:
30-pin crimp
CN Location:
See Figure 3-15
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-17
The LVDS connector is for the LCD panel connected to the board.
Figure 3-15: LVDS Connector Location
Pin
Description
Pin
Description
1
GND
2
GND
3
LVDS_A_TX0-P
4
LVDS_A_TX0-N
5
LVDS_A_TX1-P
6
LVDS_A_TX1-N
7
LVDS_A_TX2-P
8
LVDS_A_TX2-N
9
LVDS_A_TXCLK-P
10
LVDS_A_TXCLK-N
11
LVDS_A_TX3-P
12
LVDS_A_TX3-N
13
GND
14
GND
15
LVDS_B_TX0-P
16
LVDS_B_TX0-N
17
LVDS_B_TX1-P
18
LVDS_B_TX1-N
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Pin
Description
Pin
Description
19
LVDS_B_TX2-P
20
LVDS_B_TX2-N
21
LVDS_B_TXCLK-P
22
LVDS_B_TXCLK-N
23
LVDS_B_TX3-P
24
LVDS_B_TX3-N
25
GND
26
GND
27
+LCD Vcc
28
+LCD Vcc
29
+LCD Vcc
30
+LCD Vcc
Table 3-17: LVDS Connector Pinouts
3.2.15 microSD Card Slot
CN Label:
MICROSD1
CN Type:
microSD card slot
CN Location:
See Figure 3-16
The microSD card slot is for installing a microSD card to the system.
Figure 3-16: microSD Card Slot Location
3.2.16 mSATA Slot
NOTE:
The user can use either the mSATA slot or the SATA2 connector. If an
mSATA device is installed to the mSATA slot, the SATA2 connector will
be disabled.
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CN Label:
M_SATA1
CN Type:
PCIe Mini slot
CN Location:
See Figure 3-17
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-18
The mSATA slot is for installing a full-size mSATA module.
Figure 3-17: mSATA Slot Location
Pin
Description
Pin
Description
1
PCIE_WAKE#
2
+3.3V
3
N/C
4
GND
5
N/C
6
1.5V
7
N/C
8
N/C
9
GND
10
N/C
11
MSATA_CLK#
12
N/C
13
MSATA _CLK
14
N/C
15
GND
16
N/C
17
PLTRST_N
18
GND
19
N/C
20
+3.3V
21
GND
22
PLTRST_N
23
SATA_RX+
24
+3.3V
25
SATA_RX-
26
GND
27
GND
28
1.5V
29
GND
30
SMB_CLK
31
SATA_TX-
32
SMB_DATA
33
SATA_TX+
34
GND
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Pin
Description
Pin
Description
35
GND
36
USB_DATA-
37
GND
38
USB_DATA+
39
+3.3V
40
GND
41
+3.3V
42
N/C
43
+3.3V
44
N/C
45
CLINK_CLK
46
N/C
47
CLINK_DATA
48
1.5V
49
CLINK_RST#
50
GND
51
MSATA_DET
52
+3.3V
Table 3-18: mSATA Slot Pinouts
3.2.17 Parallel Port Connector
CN Label:
LPT1
CN Type:
26-pin box header, p=2.54 mm
CN Location:
See Figure 3-18
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-19
The parallel port connector connects to a parallel port connector interface or some other
parallel port device such as a printer.
Figure 3-18: Parallel Port Connector Location
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Pin
Description
Pin
Description
1
STROBE#
2
DATA0
3
DATA1
4
DATA2
5
DATA3
6
DATA4
7
DATA5
8
DATA6
9
DATA7
10
ACKNOWLEDGE#
11
BUSY
12
PAPER EMPTY
13
PRINTER SELECT
14
AUTO FORM FEED #
15
ERROR#
16
INITIALIZE#
17
PRINTER SELECT LN#
18
GND
19
GND
20
GND
21
GND
22
GND
23
GND
24
GND
25
GND
Table 3-19: Parallel Port Connector Pinouts
3.2.18 PCIe Mini Slot
CN Label:
M_PCIE1
CN Type:
PCIe Mini slot
CN Location:
See Figure 3-19
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-20
5
The PCIe Mini slot is for installing a full-size/half-size PCIe Mini expansion card.
Figure 3-19: PCIe Mini Slot Location
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Pin
Description
Pin
Description
1
PCIE_WAKE#
2
3.3V
3
N/C
4
GND
5
N/C
6
1.5V
7
CLKREQ#
8
UIM_PWR
9
GND
10
UIM_DATA
11
CLK-
12
UIM_CLK
13
CLK+
14
UIM_RESET
15
GND
16
UIM_VPP
17
UIM_C8
18
GND
19
UIM_C4
20
W_DISABLE#
21
GND
22
PERST#
23
PERN0
24
3.3VAUX1
25
PERP0
26
GND
27
GND
28
1.5V
29
GND
30
SMB_CLK
31
PETN0
32
SMB_DATA
33
PETP0
34
GND
35
GND
36
USB_D-
37
N/C
38
USB_D+
39
N/C
40
GND
41
N/C
42
LED_WWAN#
43
N/C
44
LED_WLAN#
45
N/C
46
LED_WPAN#
47
N/C
48
1.5V
49
N/C
50
GND
51
N/C
52
3.3V
Table 3-20: PCIe Mini Slot Pinouts
3.2.19 Power Button
CN Label:
PWR_SW1
CN Type:
Push button
CN Location:
See Figure 3-20
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The on-board power button controls system power.
Figure 3-20: Power Button Location
3.2.20 Reset Button
CN Label:
RST_SW1
CN Type:
Push button
CN Location:
See Figure 3-21
Push the on-board reset button to reset the PCISA-BT.
Figure 3-21: Reset Button Location
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3.2.21 SATA 3Gb/s Drive Connector
NOTE:
The user can use either the mSATA slot or the SATA2 connector. If an
mSATA device is installed to the mSATA slot, the SATA2 connector will
be disabled.
CN Label:
SATA1, SATA2
CN Type:
7-pin SATA drive connector
CN Location:
See Figure 3-22
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-21
The SATA drive connectors can be connected to SATA drives and supports up to 3Gb/s
data transfer rate.
Figure 3-22: SATA 3Gb/s Drive Connector Locations
Pin
Description
Pin
Description
1
GND
2
TX+
3
TX-
4
GND
5
RX-
6
RX+
7
GND
Table 3-21: SATA 3Gb/s Drive Connector Pinouts
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3.2.22 Serial Port Connector, RS-232
CN Label:
COM1, COM2
CN Type:
10-pin header, p=2.54 mm
CN Location:
See Figure 3-23
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-22
Each of these connectors provides RS-232 connections.
Figure 3-23: RS-232 Serial Port Connector Locations
Pin
Description
Pin
Description
1
DCD
2
DSR
3
RXD
4
RTS
5
TXD
6
CTS
7
DTR
8
RI
9
GND
10
GND
Table 3-22: RS-232 Serial Port Connector Pinouts
3.2.23 Serial Port Connector, RS-422/485
CN Label:
COM3
CN Type:
4-pin wafer, p=2 mm
CN Location:
See Figure 3-24
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-23
This connector provides RS-422 or RS-485 communications.
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Figure 3-24: RS-422/485 Connector Location
Pin
Description
Pin
Description
1
RXD422-
3
TXD422+/TXD485+
2
RXD422+
4
TXD422-/TXD485-
Table 3-23: RS-422/485 Connector Pinouts
Use the optional RS-422/485 cable to connect to a serial device. The pinouts of the DB-9
connector are listed below.
RS-422 Pinouts
RS-485 Pinouts
Table 3-24: DB-9 RS-422/485 Pinouts
3.2.24 SMBus Connector
CN Label:
SMBUS1
CN Type:
4-pin wafer, p=1.25 mm
CN Location:
See Figure 3-25
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-25
The SMBus (System Management Bus) connector provides low-speed system
management communications.
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Figure 3-25: SMBus Connector Location
Pin
Description
1
GND
2
SMB_DATA
3
SMB_CLK
4
+5V
Table 3-25: SMBus Connector Pinouts
3.2.25 SO-DIMM Slot
CN Label:
DIMM1
CN Type:
DDR3L SO-DIMM slot
CN Location:
See Figure 3-26
5
The SO-DIMM slot is for installing a DDR3L SO-DIMM.
Figure 3-26: SO-DIMM Slot Location
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3.2.26 SPI Flash Connector
CN Label:
JSPI1
CN Type:
6-pin wafer, p=2.54 mm
CN Location:
See Figure 3-27
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-26
The SPI flash connector is used to flash the SPI ROM.
Figure 3-27: SPI Flash Connector Location
Pin
Description
Pin
Description
1
+1.8V
2
SPI_CS#
3
SPI_SO
4
SPI_CLK
5
SPI_SI
6
GND
Table 3-26: SPI Flash Connector Pinouts
3.2.27 SPI Flash Connector, EC
CN Label:
JSPI2
CN Type:
6-pin wafer, p=2.54 mm
CN Location:
See Figure 3-28
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-27
The SPI flash connector is used to flash the EC ROM.
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Figure 3-28: SPI EC Flash Connector Location
Pin
Description
Pin
Description
1
+3.3V
2
SPI_CS#
3
SPI_SO
4
SPI_CLK
5
SPI_SI
6
GND
Table 3-27: SPI EC Flash Connector Pinouts
3.2.28 TPM Connector
CN Label:
TPM1
CN Type:
20-pin header, p=2.54 mm
CN Location:
See Figure 3-29
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-28
The TPM connector connects to a TPM module.
Figure 3-29: TPM Connector Location
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Pin
Description
Pin
Description
1
LCLK
2
GND
3
LFRAME#
4
KEY
5
LRERST#
6
+5V
7
LAD3
8
LAD2
9
+3.3V
10
LAD1
11
LAD0
12
GND
13
SCL
14
SDA
15
SB3V
16
SERIRQ
17
GND
18
GLKRUN#
19
LPCPD#
20
LDRQ#
Table 3-28: TPM Connector Pinouts
3.2.29 USB 2.0 Connector (Type A)
CN Label:
USB5
CN Type:
USB Type A
CN Location:
See Figure 3-30
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-29
The USB Type A connector connects to a USB 2.0/1.1 device.
Figure 3-30: USB 2.0 Connector (Type A) Pinout Location
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Pin
Description
1
VCC
2
DATA-
3
DATA+
4
GROUND
Table 3-29: USB 2.0 Connector (Type A) Pinouts
3.2.30 USB 2.0 Connectors
CN Label:
USB3, USB4
CN Type:
8-pin header, p=2.54 mm
CN Location:
See Figure 3-31
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-30
The USB 2.0 connectors connect to USB 2.0 devices. Each pin header provides two USB
2.0 ports.
Figure 3-31: USB 2.0 Connector Pinout Locations
Pin
Description
Pin
Description
1
VCC
2
GND
3
USB_DATA-
4
USB_DATA+
5
USB_DATA+
6
USB_DATA-
7
GND
8
VCC
Table 3-30: USB 2.0 Connector Pinouts
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3.3 External Peripheral Interface Connector Panel
The figure below shows the external peripheral interface connector (EPIC) panel. The
EPIC panel consists of the following:
Figure 3-32: External Peripheral Interface Connector
3.3.1 Ethernet Connectors
CN Label:
LAN1, LAN2
CN Type:
RJ-45
CN Location:
See Figure 3-32
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-31
Each LAN connector connects to a local network
Pin
Description
Pin
Description
1
MDIA3-
5
MDIA2+
2
MDIA3+
6
MDIA1+
3
MDIA1-
7
MDIA0-
4
MDIA2-
8
MDIA0+
Table 3-31: LAN Pinouts
Figure 3-33: Ethernet Connector
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3.3.2 USB 2.0 Connector
CN Label:
USB2
CN Type:
USB 2.0
CN Location:
See Figure 3-32
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-32
There is one external USB 2.0 connector on the PCISA-BT.
Pin
Description
Pin
Description
1
VCC
3
USB_DATA+
2
USB_DATA-
4
GND
Table 3-32: USB 2.0 Port Pinouts
3.3.3 USB 3.0 Connector
CN Label:
USB1
CN Type:
USB 3.0
CN Location:
See Figure 3-32
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-33
There is one external USB 3.0 connector on the PCISA-BT.
Pin
Description
Pin
Description
1
+5V
6
USB3.0RX+
2
USB_DATA-
7
AGND
3
USB_DATA+
8
USB3.0 TX+
4
GND
9
USB3.0 TX-
5
USB3.0RX-
Table 3-33: USB 3.0 Port Pinouts
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3.3.4 VGA Connector
CN Label:
VGA1
CN Type:
15-pin VGA
CN Location:
See Figure 3-32
CN Pinouts:
See Table 3-34
The 15-pin VGA connector connects to a monitor that accepts a standard VGA input.
Pin
Description
Pin
Description
1
RED
2
GREEN
3
BLUE
4
NC
5
GND
6
GND
7
GND
8
GND
9
VCC
10
GND
11
NC
12
DDCDA
13
HSYNC
14
VSYNC
15
DDCCLK
Table 3-34: VGA Connector Pinouts
Figure 3-34: VGA Connector
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Chapter
4
4 Installation
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4.1 Anti-static Precautions
WARNING:
Failure to take ESD precautions during the installation of the PCISA-BT
may result in permanent damage to the PCISA-BT and severe injury to
the user.
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can cause serious damage to electronic components,
including the PCISA-BT. Dry climates are especially susceptible to ESD. It is therefore
critical that whenever the PCISA-BT or any other electrical component is handled, the
following anti-static precautions are strictly adhered to.
ƒ
Wear an anti-static wristband: - Wearing a simple anti-static wristband can
help to prevent ESD from damaging the board.
ƒ
Self-grounding:- Before handling the board touch any grounded conducting
material. During the time the board is handled, frequently touch any
conducting materials that are connected to the ground.
ƒ
Use an anti-static pad: When configuring the PCISA-BT, place it on an
anti-static pad. This reduces the possibility of ESD damaging the PCISA-BT.
ƒ
Only handle the edges of the PCB:-: When handling the PCB, hold the PCB
by the edges.
4.2 Installation Considerations
NOTE:
The following installation notices and installation considerations should
be read and understood before installation. All installation notices must
be strictly adhered to. Failing to adhere to these precautions may lead
to severe damage and injury to the person performing the installation.
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WARNING:
The installation instructions described in this manual should be
carefully followed in order to prevent damage to the components and
injury to the user.
Before and during the installation please DO the following:
ƒ
Read the user manual:
o
The user manual provides a complete description of the PCISA-BT
installation instructions and configuration options.
ƒ
Wear an electrostatic discharge cuff (ESD):
o
Electronic components are easily damaged by ESD. Wearing an ESD cuff
removes ESD from the body and helps prevent ESD damage.
ƒ
Place the PCISA-BT on an anti-static pad:
o
When installing or configuring the motherboard, place it on an anti-static
pad. This helps to prevent potential ESD damage.
ƒ
Turn all power to the PCISA-BT off:
o
When working with the PCISA-BT, make sure that it is disconnected from
all power supplies and that no electricity is being fed into the system.
Before and during the installation of the PCISA-BT, DO NOT:
ƒ
Remove any of the stickers on the PCB board. These stickers are required for
warranty validation.
ƒ
Use the product before verifying all the cables and power connectors are
properly connected.
ƒ
Allow screws to come in contact with the PCB circuit, connector pins, or its
components.
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4.3 SO-DIMM Installation
To install a SO-DIMM, please follow the steps below and refer to Figure 4-1.
Figure 4-1: SO-DIMM Installation
Step 1: Locate the SO-DIMM socket on the solder side of the PCISA-BT. Place the
board on an anti-static mat.
Step 2: Align the SO-DIMM with the socket. Align the notch on the memory with the
notch on the memory socket.
Step 3: Insert the SO-DIMM. Push the memory in at a 20º angle. (See Figure 4-1)
Step 4: Seat the SO-DIMM. Gently push downwards and the arms clip into place. (See
Figure 4-1) Step 0:
4.4 Full-size PCIe Mini Card Installation
The PCIe Mini card slot allows installation of either a full-size or half-size PCIe Mini card.
To install a full-size PCIe Mini card, please follow the steps below.
Step 1: Locate the PCIe Mini card slot. See Figure 3-19.
Step 2: Remove the retention screw. Remove the retention screw as shown in
Figure 4-2.
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Figure 4-2: Removing the Retention Screw
Step 3: Insert into the socket at an angle. Line up the notch on the card with the notch
on the slot. Slide the PCIe Mini card into the socket at an angle of about 20º
(Figure 4-3).
Figure 4-3: Inserting the Full-size PCIe Mini Card into the Slot at an Angle
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Step 4: Secure the full-size PCIe Mini card. Secure the full-size PCIe Mini card with
the retention screw previously removed (Figure 4-4). Step 0:
Figure 4-4: Securing the Full-size PCIe Mini Card
4.5 Half-size PCIe Mini Card Installation
The PCIe Mini card slot allows installation of either a full-size or half-size PCIe Mini card.
To install a half-size PCIe Mini card, please follow the steps below.
Step 1: Locate the PCIe Mini card slot. See Figure 3-19.
Step 2: Remove the retention screw. Remove the retention screw as shown in
Figure 4-2.
Step 3: Remove the standoff. Unscrew and remove the standoff secured on the
motherboard as shown in Figure 4-5.
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Figure 4-5: Removing the Standoff
Step 4: Install the standoff to the screw hole for the half-size PCIe Mini card. Install
the previously removed standoff to the screw hole for the half-size PCIe Mini
card (Figure 4-6).
Figure 4-6: Installing the Standoff
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Step 5: Insert into the socket at an angle. Line up the notch on the card with the notch
on the slot. Slide the PCIe Mini card into the slot at an angle of about 20º
(Figure 4-7).
Figure 4-7: Inserting the Half-size PCIe Mini Card into the Slot at an Angle
Step 6: Secure the half-size PCIe Mini card. Secure the half-size PCIe Mini card with
the retention screw previously removed (Figure 4-8). Step 0:
Figure 4-8: Securing the Half-size PCIe Mini Card
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4.6 mSATA Module Installation
NOTE:
The user can use either the mSATA slot or the SATA2 connector. If an
mSATA device is installed to the mSATA slot (M_SATA1), the SATA2
connector will be disabled.
To install an mSATA module, please follow the steps below.
Step 1: Locate the mSATA slot. The mSATA slot is located on the solder side of the
motherboard (Figure 3-17).
Step 2: Remove the retention screws. Remove the two retention screws secured on
the motherboard as shown in Figure 4-9.
6
Figure 4-9: Removing the Retention Screws for the mSATA Module
Step 3: Insert into the socket at an angle. Line up the notch on the module with the
notch on the connector. Slide the mSATA module into the socket at an angle of
about 20º (Figure 4-10).
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Figure 4-10: Inserting the mSATA Module into the Socket at an Angle
Step 4: Secure the mSATA module. Secure the mSATA module with the retention
screws previously removed (Figure 4-11). Step 0:
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Figure 4-11: Securing the mSATA Module
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4.7 System Configuration
The system configuration should be performed before installation.
4.7.1 AT/ATX Power Mode Setting
The AT and ATX power mode selection is made through the AT/ATX power mode switch
which is shown in Figure 4-12.
Figure 4-12: AT/ATX Power Mode Switch Location
Setting
Description
1-2 (down)
ATX power mode (default)
2-3 (up)
AT power mode
Table 4-1: AT/ATX Power Mode Switch Settings
4.7.2 Clear CMOS Button
To reset the BIOS, remove the on-board battery and press the clear CMOS button for
three seconds or more. The clear CMOS button location is shown in Figure 4-13.
Figure 4-13: Clear CMOS Button Location
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4.7.3 LVDS Panel Type Selection
Jumper Label:
SW1
Jumper Type:
DIP switch
Jumper Settings:
See Table 4-2
Jumper Location:
See Figure 4-14
Use the DIP switch to select the resolution of the LCD panel connected to the LVDS1
connector.
* ON=0, OFF=1
SW1
EDID Resolution
Color Depth
Channel
0000
800 x 600 @ 60Hz
18-bit
Single
0001
1024 x 768 @ 60Hz
18-bit
Single
0010
1024 x 768 @ 60Hz
24-bit
Single
0011
1280 x 768 @ 60Hz
18-bit
Single
0100
1280 x 800 @ 60Hz
18-bit
Single
0101
1280 x 960 @ 60Hz
18-bit
Single
0110
1280 x 1024 @ 60Hz
24-bit
Single
0111
1366 x 768 @ 60Hz
18-bit
Single
1000
1366 x 768 @ 60Hz
24-bit
Dual
1001
1440 x 900 @ 60Hz
24-bit
Single
1010
1440 x 1050 @ 60Hz
24-bit
Single
1011
1600 x 900 @ 60Hz
24-bit
Dual
1100
1680 x 1050 @ 60Hz
24-bit
Dual
1101
1600 x 1200 @ 60Hz
24-bit
Dual
1110
1920 x 1080 @ 60Hz
24-bit
Dual
1111
1920 x 1200 @ 60Hz
24-bit
Dual
(4-3-2-1)
Table 4-2: LVDS Panel Type Selection
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Figure 4-14: LVDS Panel Type Selection Switch Location
4.7.4 LVDS Backlight Mode Selection
Jumper Label:
JP3
Jumper Type:
3-pin header
Jumper Settings:
See Table 4-3
Jumper Location:
See Figure 4-15
The LVDS backlight mode selection jumper allows setting the backlight mode of the
monitor connected to the LVDS connector.
Setting
Description
Short 1-2
DC mode (Default)
Short 2-3
PWM mode
Table 4-3: LVDS Backlight Mode Selection Jumper Settings
Figure 4-15: LVDS Backlight Mode Selection Jumper Location
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4.7.5 LVDS Voltage Selection
WARNING:
Permanent damage to the screen and PCISA-BT may occur if the
wrong voltage is selected with this jumper. Please refer to the user
guide that came with the monitor to select the correct voltage.
Jumper Label:
JP2
Jumper Type:
3-pin header
Jumper Settings:
See Table 4-4
Jumper Location:
See Figure 4-16
The LVDS voltage selection jumper allows setting the voltage provided to the monitor
connected to the LVDS connector.
Setting
Description
Short 1-2
3.3V (Default)
Short 2-3
5V
Table 4-4: LVDS Voltage Selection Jumper Settings
Figure 4-16: LVDS Voltage Selection Jumper Location
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4.8 Internal Peripheral Device Connections
This section outlines the installation of peripheral devices to the onboard connectors.
4.8.1 SATA Drive Connection
The PCISA-BT is shipped with two SATA drive cables. To connect the SATA drives to the
connectors, please follow the steps below.
Step 1: Locate the connectors. The locations of the SATA drive connectors are shown
in Chapter 3.
Step 2: Insert the cable connector. Insert the cable connector into the on-board SATA
drive connector until it clips into place. See Figure 4-17.
Figure 4-17: SATA Drive Cable Connection
Step 3: Connect the cable to the SATA disk. Connect the connector on the other end
of the cable to the connector at the back of the SATA drive. See Figure 4-18.
Step 4: Connect the SATA power cable. Connect the SATA power connector to the
back of the SATA drive. See Figure 4-18. Step 0:
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Figure 4-18: SATA Power Drive Connection
The SATA power cable can be bought from IEI. See Optional Items in Section 2.4.
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Chapter
5
5 BIOS
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5.1 Introduction
The BIOS is programmed onto the BIOS chip. The BIOS setup program allows changes to
certain system settings. This chapter outlines the options that can be changed.
NOTE:
Some of the BIOS options may vary throughout the life cycle of the
product and are subject to change without prior notice.
5.1.1 Starting Setup
The UEFI BIOS is activated when the computer is turned on. The setup program can be
activated in one of two ways.
1. Press the DEL or F2 key as soon as the system is turned on or
2. Press the DEL or F2 key when the “Press DEL or F2 to enter SETUP”
message appears on the screen.
If the message disappears before the DEL or F2 key is pressed, restart the computer and
try again.
5.1.2 Using Setup
Use the arrow keys to highlight items, press ENTER to select, use the PageUp and
PageDown keys to change entries, press F1 for help and press ESC to quit. Navigation
keys are shown in the following table.
Key
Function
Up arrow
Move to previous item
Down arrow
Move to next item
Left arrow
Move to the item on the left hand side
Right arrow
Move to the item on the right hand side
+
Increase the numeric value or make changes
-
Decrease the numeric value or make changes
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Key
Function
Page Up
Move to the previous page
Page Dn
Move to the next page
Esc
Main Menu – Quit and not save changes into CMOS
Status Page Setup Menu and Option Page Setup Menu -- Exit
current page and return to Main Menu
F1
General help, only for Status Page Setup Menu and Option Page
Setup Menu
F2
Load previous values
F3
Load optimized defaults
F4
Save changes and Exit BIOS
Table 5-1: BIOS Navigation Keys
5.1.3 Getting Help
When F1 is pressed, a small help window describing the appropriate keys to use and the
possible selections for the highlighted item appears. To exit the Help Window, press ESC.
5.1.4 Unable to Reboot after Configuration Changes
If the computer cannot boot after changes to the system configuration is made, CMOS
defaults. Use the clear CMOS button described in Chapter 4.
5.1.5 BIOS Menu Bar
The menu bar on top of the BIOS screen has the following main items:
ƒ
Main – Changes the basic system configuration.
ƒ
Advanced – Changes the advanced system settings.
ƒ
Chipset – Changes the chipset settings.
ƒ
Security – Sets User and Supervisor Passwords.
ƒ
Boot – Changes the system boot configuration.
ƒ
Save & Exit – Selects exit options and loads default settings
The following sections completely describe the configuration options found in the menu
items at the top of the BIOS screen and listed above.
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5.2 Main
The Main BIOS menu (BIOS Menu 1) appears when the BIOS Setup program is entered.
The Main menu gives an overview of the basic system information.
Aptio Setup Utility – Copyright (C) 2013 American Megatrends, Inc.
Main
Advanced Chipset Security
Boot
Save & Exit
BIOS Information
BIOS Vendor
Core Version
Compliancy
Project Version
Build Date and Time
American Megatrends
5.009
UEFI 2.3; PI 1.2
B341AI10.ROM
04/20/2015 18:18:06
iWDD Vendor
iWDD Version
iEi
B341ER10.bin
CPU Configuration
Microcode Patch
BayTrail SoC
901
D0 Stepping
Memory Information
Total Memory
2048 MB (LPDDR3)
TXE Information
Sec RC Version
TXE FW Version
00.05.00.00
01.00.02.1060
System Date
System Time
[Wed 07/22/2015]
[15:10:27]
Access Level
Administrator
Set the Date. Use Tab to
switch between Date
elements.
---------------------ÆÅ: Select Screen
↑ ↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
+/-: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
Version 2.16.1242. Copyright (C) 2013 American Megatrends, Inc.
BIOS Menu 1: Main
The Main menu has two user configurable fields:
Î
System Date [xx/xx/xx]
Use the System Date option to set the system date. Manually enter the day, month and
year.
Î
System Time [xx:xx:xx]
Use the System Time option to set the system time. Manually enter the hours, minutes
and seconds.
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5.3 Advanced
Use the Advanced menu (BIOS Menu 2) to configure the CPU and peripheral devices
through the following sub-menus:
WARNING!
Setting the wrong values in the sections below may cause the system
to malfunction. Make sure that the settings made are compatible with
the hardware.
Aptio Setup Utility – Copyright (C) 2013 American Megatrends, Inc.
Main
Advanced Chipset Security
Boot
Save & Exit
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
ACPI Settings
F81866 Super IO Configuration
iWDD H/M Monitor
RTC Wake Settings
Serial Port Console Redirection
iEi Feature
CPU Configuration
IDE Configuration
Trusted Computing
USB Configuration
System ACPI Parameters
---------------------ÆÅ: Select Screen
↑ ↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
+/-: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
Version 2.16.1242. Copyright (C) 2013 American Megatrends, Inc.
BIOS Menu 2: Advanced
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5.3.1 ACPI Settings
The ACPI Settings menu (BIOS Menu 3) configures the Advanced Configuration and
Power Interface (ACPI) options.
Aptio Setup Utility – Copyright (C) 2013 American Megatrends, Inc.
Advanced
ACPI Settings
ACPI Sleep State
[S3 (Suspend to RAM)]
Select the highest ACPI
sleep state the system
will enter when the
SUSPEND button is
pressed.
---------------------ÆÅ: Select Screen
↑ ↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
+/-: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
Version 2.16.1242. Copyright (C) 2013 American Megatrends, Inc.
BIOS Menu 3: ACPI Configuration
Î
ACPI Sleep State [S3 (Suspend to RAM)]
Use the ACPI Sleep State option to specify the sleep state the system enters when it is
not being used.
Î
S3 (Suspend to
RAM)
DEFAULT
The caches are flushed and the CPU is powered
off. Power to the RAM is maintained. The
computer returns slower to a working state, but
more power is saved.
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5.3.2 F81866 Super IO Configuration
Use the F81866 Super IO Configuration menu (BIOS Menu 4) to set or change the
configurations for the serial ports and parallel port.
Aptio Setup Utility – Copyright (C) 2013 American Megatrends, Inc.
Advanced
F81866 Super IO Configuration
F81866 Super IO Chip
> Serial Port 1 Configuration
> Serial Port 2 Configuration
> Serial Port 3 Configuration
> IrDA Configuration
> Parallel Port Configuration
Set Parameters of Serial
Port 1 (COMA)
F81866
--------------------ÆÅ: Select Screen
↑ ↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
+/-: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
Version 2.16.1242. Copyright (C) 2013 American Megatrends, Inc.
BIOS Menu 4: F81866 Super IO Configuration
5.3.2.1 Serial Port n Configuration
Use the Serial Port n Configuration menu (BIOS Menu 5) to configure the serial port n.
Aptio Setup Utility – Copyright (C) 2013 American Megatrends, Inc.
Advanced
Serial Port n Configuration
Serial Port
Device Settings
Enable or Disable Serial
Port (COM)
[Enabled]
IO=3F8h; IRQ=4
--------------------ÆÅ: Select Screen
↑ ↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
+/-: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
Version 2.16.1242. Copyright (C) 2013 American Megatrends, Inc.
Change Settings
[Auto]
BIOS Menu 5: Serial Port n Configuration Menu
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5.3.2.1.1 Serial Port 1 Configuration
Î
Serial Port [Enabled]
Use the Serial Port option to enable or disable the serial port.
Î
Î
Disabled
Î
Enabled
Disable the serial port
DEFAULT
Enable the serial port
Change Settings [Auto]
Use the Change Settings option to change the serial port IO port address and interrupt
address.
Î
Auto
DEFAULT
The serial port IO port address and interrupt address
are automatically detected.
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
IO=3F8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 3F8h and the interrupt
IRQ=4
address is IRQ4
IO=3F8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 3F8h and the interrupt
IRQ=3, 4
address is IRQ3, 4
IO=2F8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2F8h and the interrupt
IRQ=3, 4
address is IRQ3, 4
IO=3E8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 3E8h and the interrupt
IRQ=3, 4
address is IRQ3, 4
IO=2E8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2E8h and the interrupt
IRQ=3, 4
address is IRQ3, 4
5.3.2.1.2 Serial Port 2 Configuration
Î
Serial Port [Enabled]
Use the Serial Port option to enable or disable the serial port.
Î
Disabled
Î
Enabled
Disable the serial port
DEFAULT
Enable the serial port
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Î
Change Settings [Auto]
Use the Change Settings option to change the serial port IO port address and interrupt
address.
Î
Auto
DEFAULT
The serial port IO port address and interrupt address
are automatically detected.
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
IO=2F8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2F8h and the interrupt
IRQ=3
address is IRQ3
IO=3F8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 3F8h and the interrupt
IRQ=3, 4
address is IRQ3, 4
IO=2F8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2F8h and the interrupt
IRQ=3, 4
address is IRQ3, 4
IO=3E8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 3E8h and the interrupt
IRQ=3, 4
address is IRQ3, 4
IO=2E8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2E8h and the interrupt
IRQ=3, 4
address is IRQ3, 4
5.3.2.1.3 Serial Port 3 Configuration
Î
Serial Port [Enabled]
Use the Serial Port option to enable or disable the serial port.
Î
Î
Disabled
Î
Enabled
Disable the serial port
DEFAULT
Enable the serial port
Change Settings [Auto]
Use the Change Settings option to change the serial port IO port address and interrupt
address.
Î
Auto
DEFAULT
The serial port IO port address and interrupt address
are automatically detected.
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Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
IO=3E8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 3E8h and the interrupt
IRQ=10
address is IRQ10
IO=3F8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 3F8h and the interrupt
IRQ=10, 11
address is IRQ10, 11
IO=2F8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2F8h and the interrupt
IRQ=10, 11
address is IRQ10, 11
IO=3E8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 3E8h and the interrupt
IRQ=10, 11
address is IRQ10, 11
IO=2E8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2E8h and the interrupt
IRQ=10, 11
address is IRQ10, 11
IO=2E0h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2E0h and the interrupt
IRQ=10, 11
address is IRQ10, 11
5.3.2.1.4 Serial Port 4 Configuration
Î
Serial Port [Enabled]
Use the Serial Port option to enable or disable the serial port.
Î
Î
Disabled
Î
Enabled
Disable the serial port
DEFAULT
Enable the serial port
Change Settings [Auto]
Use the Change Settings option to change the serial port IO port address and interrupt
address.
Î
Auto
DEFAULT
The serial port IO port address and interrupt address
are automatically detected.
Î
Î
IO=2E8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2E8h and the interrupt
IRQ=10
address is IRQ10
IO=2E8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2E8h and the interrupt
IRQ=10, 11
address is IRQ10, 11
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Î
Î
Î
IO=2D0h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2D0h and the interrupt
IRQ=10, 11
address is IRQ10, 11
IO=2D8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2D8h and the interrupt
IRQ=10, 11
address is IRQ10, 11
Device Mode [RS422/485]
The serial port 4 is set to RS-422/485 mode.
5.3.2.1.5 Serial Port 5 Configuration
Î
Serial Port [Enabled]
Use the Serial Port option to enable or disable the serial port.
Î
Î
Disabled
Î
Enabled
Disable the serial port
DEFAULT
Enable the serial port
Change Settings [Auto]
Use the Change Settings option to change the serial port IO port address and interrupt
address.
Î
Auto
DEFAULT
The serial port IO port address and interrupt address
are automatically detected.
Î
Î
Î
Î
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IO=2C0h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2C0h and the interrupt
IRQ=11
address is IRQ11
IO=2C0h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2C0h and the interrupt
IRQ=10, 11
address is IRQ10, 11
IO=2C8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2C8h and the interrupt
IRQ=10, 11
address is IRQ10, 11
IO=2D0h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2D0h and the interrupt
IRQ=10, 11
address is IRQ10, 11
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Î
Î
Î
IO=2D8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2D8h and the interrupt
IRQ=10, 11
address is IRQ10, 11
IO=2E0h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2E0h and the interrupt
IRQ=10, 11
address is IRQ10, 11
IO=2E8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2E8h and the interrupt
IRQ=10, 11
address is IRQ10, 11
5.3.2.1.6 Serial Port 6 Configuration
Î
Serial Port [Enabled]
Use the Serial Port option to enable or disable the serial port.
Î
Î
Disabled
Î
Enabled
Disable the serial port
DEFAULT
Enable the serial port
Change Settings [Auto]
Use the Change Settings option to change the serial port IO port address and interrupt
address.
Î
Auto
DEFAULT
The serial port IO port address and interrupt address
are automatically detected.
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
IO=2D8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2D8h and the interrupt
IRQ=10
address is IRQ10
IO=2C0h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2C0h and the interrupt
IRQ=10, 11
address is IRQ10, 11
IO=2C8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2C8h and the interrupt
IRQ=10, 11
address is IRQ10, 11
IO=2D0h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2D0h and the interrupt
IRQ=10, 11
address is IRQ10, 11
IO=2D8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2D8h and the interrupt
IRQ=10, 11
address is IRQ10, 11
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Î
Î
IO=2E0h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2E0h and the interrupt
IRQ=10, 11
address is IRQ10, 11
IO=2E8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2E8h and the interrupt
IRQ=10, 11
address is IRQ10, 11
5.3.2.2 IrDA Configuration
Use the IrDA Configuration menu (BIOS Menu 6) to configure the infrared port.
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IrDA Configuration
Enable or Disable Serial
Port (COM)
Serial Port
Device Settings
[Enabled]
IO=2E0h; IRQ=11;
Change Settings
[Auto]
Duplex Function
[Full Duplex]
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Î
Serial Port [Enabled]
Use the Serial Port option to enable or disable the IrDA function.
Î
Î
Disabled
Î
Enabled
Disable the IrDA function
DEFAULT
Enable the IrDA function
Change Settings [Auto]
Use the Change Settings option to change the serial port IO address and interrupt
address.
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Î
Auto
DEFAULT
The serial port IO port address and interrupt address
are automatically detected.
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
Î
IO=2E0h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2E0h and the interrupt
IRQ=11
address is IRQ11
IO=3F8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 3F8h and the interrupt
IRQ=10, 11
address is IRQ10, 11
IO=2F8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2F8h and the interrupt
IRQ=10, 11
address is IRQ10, 11
IO=3E8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 3E8h and the interrupt
IRQ=10, 11
address is IRQ10, 11
IO=2E8h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2E8h and the interrupt
IRQ=10, 11
address is IRQ10, 11
IO=2D0h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2D0h and the interrupt
IRQ=10, 11
address is IRQ10, 11
IO=2E0h;
Serial Port I/O port address is 2E0h and the interrupt
IRQ=10, 11
address is IRQ10, 11
Duplex Function [Full Duplex]
Use the Duplex Function option to select the IR data transmission mode.
Î
Î
Full
DEFAULT
The communication channels are used to send and
Duplex
receive the data in both directions at the same time.
Half
Transmission signals are sent in both directions, but
Duplex
one direction at a time so half duplex lines can
alternatively send and receive data.
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5.3.2.3 Parallel Port Configuration
Use the Parallel Port Configuration menu (BIOS Menu 7) to configure the serial port n.
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Parallel Port Configuration
Parallel Port
Device Settings
Enable or Disable
Parallel Port (LPT/LPTE)
[Enabled]
IO=378h; IRQ=5
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Change Settings
Device Mode
[Auto]
[STD Printer Mode]
BIOS Menu 7: Parallel Port Configuration Menu
Î
Parallel Port [Enabled]
Use the Parallel Port option to enable or disable the parallel port.
Î
Î
Disabled
Î
Enabled
Disable the parallel port
DEFAULT
Enable the parallel port
Change Settings [Auto]
Use the Change Settings option to change the parallel port IO port address and interrupt
address.
Î
Auto
DEFAULT
The parallel port IO port address and interrupt
address are automatically detected.
Î
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IO=378h;
Parallel Port I/O port address is 378h and the
IRQ=5
interrupt address is IRQ5.
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Î
IO=378h;
Parallel Port I/O port address is 378h and the
IRQ=5, 6,
interrupt address is IRQ5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11 12
7, 9, 10, 11,
12
Î
IO=278h;
Parallel Port I/O port address is 278h and the
IRQ=5, 6,
interrupt address is IRQ5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12
7, 9, 10, 11,
12
Î
IO=3BCh;
Parallel Port I/O port address is 3BCh and the
IRQ=5, 6,
interrupt address is IRQ5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12.
7, 9, 10, 11,
12
Î
Device Mode [STD Printer Mode]
Use the Device Mode option to select the mode the parallel port operates in.
Configuration options are listed below.
ƒ
STD Printer Mode
ƒ
SPP Mode
ƒ
EPP-1.9 and SPP Mode
ƒ
EPP-1.7 and SPP Mode
ƒ
ECP Mode
ƒ
ECP and EPP 1.9 Mode
ƒ
ECP and EPP 1.7 Mode
Default
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5.3.3 iWDD H/W Monitor
The iWDD H/W Monitor menu (BIOS Menu 8) contains the fan configuration submenu,
and displays operating temperature, fan speeds and system voltages..
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PC Health Status
Smart Fan Mode Select
CPU temperature
SYS temperature
: +44ºC
: +41ºC
CPU_FAN1 Speed
SYS_FAN1 Speed
: N/A
: N/A
CPU_CORE
+5V
+12V
DDR
+5VSB
+3.3V
+3.3VSB
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
+0.904 V
+5.061 V
+12.480 V
+1.372 V
+5.016 V
+3.312 V
+3.392 V
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↑ ↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
+/-: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
> Smart Fan Mode Configuration
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Î
PC Health Status
The following system parameters and values are shown. The system parameters that are
monitored are:
ƒ
System Temperatures:
o
o
ƒ
CPU Fan Speed
System Fan Speed
Voltages:
o
o
o
o
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System Temperature
Fan Speeds:
o
o
ƒ
CPU Temperature
CPU_CORE
+5V
+12V
DDR
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o
o
o
+5VSB
+3.3V
+3.3VSB
5.3.3.1 Smart Fan Mode Configuration
Use the Smart Fan Mode Configuration submenu (BIOS Menu 9) to configure fan
speed settings.
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Smart Fan Mode Configuration
CPU_FAN1 Smart Fan Control
Auto mode fan start temperature
Auto mode fan off temperature
Auto mode fan start PWM
Auto mode fan slope PWM
SYS_FAN1 Smart Fan Control
Auto mode fan start temperature
Auto mode fan off temperature
Auto mode fan start PWM
Auto mode fan slope PWM
Smart Fan Mode Select
[Auto Mode]
50
40
30
1
[Auto Mode]
50
40
30
1
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BIOS Menu 9: Smart Fan Mode Configuration
Î
CPU_FAN1 Smart Fan Control/SYS_FAN1 Smart Fan Control [Auto Mode]
Use the CPU_FAN1 Smart Fan Control/SYS_FAN1 Smart Fan Control option to
configure the CPU/System Smart Fan.
Î
Auto Mode
DEFAULT
The fan adjusts its speed using Auto Mode
settings.
Î
Manual Mode
The fan spins at the speed set in Manual Mode
settings.
Î
Auto mode fan start/off temperature
Use the + or – key to change the Auto mode fan start/off temperature value. Enter a
decimal number between 1 and 100.
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Î
Auto mode fan start PWM
Use the + or – key to change the Auto mode fan start PWM value. Enter a decimal
number between 1 and 100.
Î
Auto mode fan slope PWM
Use the + or – key to change the Auto mode fan slope PWM value. Enter a decimal
number between 1 and 8.
5.3.4 RTC Wake Settings
The RTC Wake Settings menu (BIOS Menu 10) enables the system to wake at the
specified time.
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Wake system with Fixed Time
[Disabled]
Enable or disable System
wake on alarm event. When
enabled, System will
wake on the
date::hr::min::sec
specified
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BIOS Menu 10: RTC Wake Settings
Î
Wake system with Fixed Time [Disabled]
Use the Wake system with Fixed Time option to enable or disable the system wake on
alarm event.
Î
Disabled
DEFAULT
The real time clock (RTC) cannot generate a wake
event.
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Î
Enabled
If selected, the Wake up every day option appears
allowing you to enable to disable the system to wake
every day at the specified time. Besides, the
following options appear with values that can be
selected:
Wake up date
Wake up hour
Wake up minute
Wake up second
After setting the alarm, the computer turns itself on
from a suspend state when the alarm goes off.
5.3.5 Serial Port Console Redirection
The Serial Port Console Redirection menu (BIOS Menu 11) allows the console
redirection options to be configured. Console redirection allows users to maintain a
system remotely by re-directing keyboard input and text output through the serial port.
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COM1
Console Redirection
> Console Redirection Settings
[Disabled]
COM2
Console Redirection
> Console Redirection Settings
[Disabled]
COM3
Console Redirection
> Console Redirection Settings
[Disabled]
Console Redirection
Enable or Disable
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Î
Console Redirection [Disabled]
Use Console Redirection option to enable or disable the console redirection function.
Î
Disabled
Î
Enabled
DEFAULT
Disabled the console redirection function
Enabled the console redirection function
The following options are available in the Console Redirection Settings submenu when
the Console Redirection option is enabled.
Î
Terminal Type [ANSI]
Use the Terminal Type option to specify the remote terminal type.
Î
Î
VT100
The target terminal type is VT100
Î
VT100+
The target terminal type is VT100+
Î
VT-UTF8
The target terminal type is VT-UTF8
Î
ANSI
DEFAULT
The target terminal type is ANSI
Bits per second [115200]
Use the Bits per second option to specify the serial port transmission speed. The speed
must match the other side. Long or noisy lines may require lower speeds.
Î
Î
9600
Sets the serial port transmission speed at 9600.
Î
19200
Sets the serial port transmission speed at 19200.
Î
38400
Sets the serial port transmission speed at 38400.
Î
57600
Sets the serial port transmission speed at 57600.
Î
115200
DEFAULT
Sets the serial port transmission speed at 115200.
Data Bits [8]
Use the Data Bits option to specify the number of data bits.
Î
7
Î
8
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Sets the data bits at 7.
DEFAULT
Sets the data bits at 8.
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Î
Parity [None]
Use the Parity option to specify the parity bit that can be sent with the data bits for
detecting the transmission errors.
Î
None
Î
Even
DEFAULT
No parity bit is sent with the data bits.
The parity bit is 0 if the number of ones in the data
bits is even.
Î
The parity bit is 0 if the number of ones in the data
Odd
bits is odd.
Î
The parity bit is always 1. This option does not
Mark
provide error detection.
Î
The parity bit is always 0. This option does not
Space
provide error detection.
Î
Stop Bits [1]
Use the Stop Bits option to specify the number of stop bits used to indicate the end of a
serial data packet. Communication with slow devices may require more than 1 stop bit.
Î
1
Î
2
DEFAULT
Sets the number of stop bits at 1.
Sets the number of stop bits at 2.
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5.3.6 iEi Feature
Use the iEi Feature menu (BIOS Menu 12) to configure One Key Recovery function.
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iEi Feature
Auto Recovery Function
[Disabled]
Auto Recovery Function
Reboot and recover
system automatically
within 10 min, when OS
crashes. Please install
Auto Recovery API
service before enabling
this function.
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BIOS Menu 12: iEi Feature
Î
Auto Recovery Function [Disabled]
Use the Auto Recovery Function BIOS option to enable or disable the auto recovery
function of the IEI One Key Recovery.
Î
Disabled
Î
Enabled
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DEFAULT
Auto recovery function disabled
Auto recovery function enabled
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5.3.7 CPU Configuration
Use the CPU Configuration menu (BIOS Menu 13) to view detailed CPU specifications
or enable the Intel Virtualization Technology.
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CPU Information
Intel(R) Atom(TM) CPU E3845 @ 1.91GHz
CPU Signature
30679
Microcode Patch
901
Max CPU Speed
1910 MHz
Min CPU Speed
500 MHz
Processor Cores
4
Intel HT Technology
Not Supported
Intel VT-x Technology
Supported
L1 Data Cache
L1 Code Cache
L2 Cache
L3 Cache
64-bit
24 kB x 4
32 kB x 4
1024 kB x 2
Not Present
Supported
Intel Virtualization Technology [Disabled]
EIST
[Enabled]
When enabled, a VMM can
utilize the additional
hardware capabilities
provided by Vanderpool
Technology.
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BIOS Menu 13: CPU Configuration
Î
Intel Virtualization Technology [Disabled]
Use the Intel Virtualization Technology option to enable or disable virtualization on the
system. When combined with third party software, Intel® Virtualization technology allows
several OSs to run on the same system at the same time.
Î
Î
Disabled
Î
Enabled
DEFAULT
Disables Intel Virtualization Technology.
Enables Intel Virtualization Technology.
EIST [Enabled]
Use the EIST option to enable or disable the Enhanced Intel® SpeedStep Technology (EIST).
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Î
Disabled
Î
Enabled
Disables Enhanced Intel® SpeedStep Technology
DEFAULT
Enables Enhanced Intel® SpeedStep Technology
5.3.8 IDE Configuration
Use the IDE Configuration menu (BIOS Menu 14) to change and/or set the configuration
of the SATA devices installed in the system.
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IDE Configuration
Enable or disable SATA
Device.
Serial-ATA (SATA)
SATA Mode
[Enabled]
[IDE Mode]
SATA1
Not Present
SATA2
Not Present
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BIOS Menu 14: IDE Configuration
Î
Serial-ATA (SATA) [Enabled]
Use the Serial-ATA (SATA) option to configure the SATA controller.
Î
Î
Enabled
Î
Disabled
DEFAULT
Enables the on-board SATA controller.
Disables the on-board SATA controller.
SATA Mode [IDE Mode]
Use the SATA Mode option to configure SATA devices as normal IDE devices.
Î
IDE Mode
Î
AHCI Mode
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DEFAULT
Configures SATA devices as normal IDE device.
Configures SATA devices as AHCI device.
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5.3.9 Trusted Computing
Use the Trusted Computing menu (BIOS Menu 15) to configure settings related to the
Trusted Computing Group (TCG) Trusted Platform Module (TPM).
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Configuration
Security Device Support
[Disabled]
Current Status Information
NO Security Device Found
Enables or Disables BIOS
support for security
device. O.S. will not
show Security Device.
TCG EFI protocol and
INT1A interface will not
be available.
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Î
Security Device Support [Disabled]
Use the Security Device Support option to configure support for the TPM.
Î Disabled DEFAULT
TPM support is disabled.
Î Enabled
TPM support is enabled.
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5.3.10 USB Configuration
Use the USB Configuration menu (BIOS Menu 16) to read USB configuration
information and configure the USB settings.
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USB Configuration
Enables Legacy USB
support. AUTO option
USB Devices:
disables legacy support
1 Keyboard, 2 Hubs
if no USB devices are
connected. DISABLE
Legacy USB Support
[Enabled]
option will keep USB
devices available only
for EFI applications.
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BIOS Menu 16: USB Configuration
Î
USB Devices
The USB Devices field lists the USB devices that are enabled on the system
Î
Legacy USB Support [Enabled]
Use the Legacy USB Support BIOS option to enable USB mouse and USB keyboard
support. Normally if this option is not enabled, any attached USB mouse or USB keyboard
does not become available until a USB compatible operating system is fully booted with all
USB drivers loaded. When this option is enabled, any attached USB mouse or USB
keyboard can control the system even when there is no USB driver loaded onto the system.
Î
Enabled
Î
Disabled
Legacy USB support disabled
Î
Auto
Legacy USB support disabled if no USB devices are
DEFAULT
Legacy USB support enabled
connected
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5.4 Chipset
Use the Chipset menu (BIOS Menu 17) to access the PCH IO and System Agent (SA)
configuration menus.
WARNING!
Setting the wrong values for the Chipset BIOS selections in the Chipset
BIOS menu may cause the system to malfunction.
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Advanced Chipset Security
Boot
Save & Exit
> North Bridge
> South Bridge
North Bridge Parameters
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5.4.1 North Bridge
Use the North Bridge menu (BIOS Menu 18) to configure the north bridge parameters.
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> Intel IGD Configuration
Configure Intel IGD
Settings.
Memory Information
Total Memory
DIMM1
2048 MB (LPDDR3)
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2048 MB (LPDDR3)
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Enter: Select
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F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
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BIOS Menu 18: North Bridge
5.4.1.1 Intel IGD Configuration
Use the Intel IGD Configuration submenu (BIOS Menu 19) to configure the graphics
settings.
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Intel IGD Configuration
Primary Display
DVMT Pre-Allocated
DVMT Total Gfx Mem
[Auto]
[256M]
[Max]
Primary IGFX Boot Display
[VBIOS Default]
Select which of IGD/PCI
Graphics device should
be Primary Display.
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Î
Primary Display [Auto]
Use the Primary Display option to select the display device used by the system when it
boots. Configuration options are listed below.
Î
ƒ
Auto
ƒ
IGD
ƒ
PCI
DEFAULT
DVMT Pre-Allocated [256M]
Use the DVMT Pre-Allocated option to specify the amount of system memory that can be
used by the internal graphics device.
Î
64M
64 MB of memory used by internal graphics device
Î
128M
128 MB of memory used by internal graphics
device
Î
256M
DEFAULT
256 MB of memory used by internal graphics
device
Î
512 MB of memory used by internal graphics
512M
device
Î
DVMT Total Gfx Mem [Max]
Use the DVMT Total Gfx Mem option to specify the maximum amount of memory that can
be allocated as graphics memory. Configuration options are listed below.
Î
ƒ
128MB
ƒ
256MB
ƒ
Max
DEFAULT
Primary IGFX Boot Display [VBIOS Default]
Use the Primary IGFX Boot Display option to select the display device used by the
system when it boots. Configuration options are listed below.
ƒ
VBIOS Default
DEFAULT
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ƒ
CRT
ƒ
DP1
ƒ
LVDS
5.4.2 South Bridge
Use the South Bridge menu (BIOS Menu 20) to configure the south bridge parameters.
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Auto Power Button Status
[Disabled (ATX)]
Restore AC Power Loss
[Last State]
> PCI Express Configuration
Audio Configuration
Audio Controller
XHCI Mode
[Enabled]
[Smart Auto]
Select AC power state
when power is re-applied
after a power failure.
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BIOS Menu 20: South Bridge
Î
Restore on AC Power Loss [Last State]
Use the Restore on AC Power Loss BIOS option to specify what state the system
returns to if there is a sudden loss of power to the system.
Î
Power Off
The system remains turned off
Î
Power On
The system turns on
Î
Last State
DEFAULT
The system returns to its previous state. If it was on, it
turns itself on. If it was off, it remains off.
Î
Audio Controller [Enabled]
Use the Audio Controller BIOS option to enable or disable the High Definition Audio
controller.
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Î
Disabled
Î
Enabled
Î
The High Definition Audio controller is disabled.
DEFAULT
The High Definition Audio controller is enabled.
XHCI Mode [Smart Auto]
Use the XHCI Mode BIOS option to configure the USB xHCI (USB 3.0) controller.
Î
Enable the xHCI controller. USB 3.0 ports behave as
Enabled
USB 3.0 ports.
Î
Smart
DEFAULT
Auto
Allow the use of USB 3.0 devices prior to OS boot.
USB 3.0 ports function as USB 3.0 ports even during a
reboot.
5.4.2.1 PCI Express Configuration
Use the PCI Express Configuration submenu (BIOS Menu 21) to configure the PCIe
Mini slot.
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PCI Express Configuration
M_PCIE1
Speed
Configure PCIe Port
Speed.
[Auto]
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Î
Speed [Auto]
Use the Speed option to configure the speed of PCIe Mini slot.
ƒ
Auto
ƒ
Gen 2
ƒ
Gen 1
DEFAULT
5.5 Security
Use the Security menu (BIOS Menu 22) to set system and user passwords.
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Boot
Save & Exit
Password Description
If ONLY the Administrator’s password is set,
then this only limits access to Setup and is
only asked for when entering Setup.
If ONLY the User’s password is set, then this
is a power on password and must be entered to
boot or enter Setup. In Setup the User will
have Administrator rights.
The password length must be:
Minimum length
3
Maximum length
20
Administrator Password
User Password
Set Administrator
Password
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BIOS Menu 22: Security
Î
Administrator Password
Use the Administrator Password to set or change a administrator password.
Î
User Password
Use the User Password to set or change a user password.
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5.6 Boot
Use the Boot menu (BIOS Menu 23) to configure system boot options.
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Advanced Chipset Security
Boot
Save & Exit
Boot Configuration
Bootup NumLock State
Quiet Boot
UEFI Boot
[On]
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
Launch PXE OpROM
Option ROM Messages
[Disabled]
[Force BIOS]
Boot Option Priorities
Select the keyboard
NumLock state
--------------------ÆÅ: Select Screen
↑ ↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
+/-: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
Version 2.16.1242. Copyright (C) 2013 American Megatrends, Inc.
BIOS Menu 23: Boot
Î
Bootup NumLock State [On]
Use the Bootup NumLock State BIOS option to specify if the number lock setting must
be modified during boot up.
Î
On
DEFAULT
Allows the Number Lock on the keyboard to be
enabled automatically when the computer system
boots up. This allows the immediate use of the
10-key numeric keypad located on the right side of
the keyboard. To confirm this, the Number Lock LED
light on the keyboard is lit.
Î
Off
Does not enable the keyboard Number Lock
automatically. To use the 10-keys on the keyboard,
press the Number Lock key located on the upper
left-hand corner of the 10-key pad. The Number
Lock LED on the keyboard lights up when the
Number Lock is engaged.
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Î
Quiet Boot [Enabled]
Use the Quiet Boot BIOS option to select the screen display when the system boots.
Î
Î
Disabled
Î
Enabled
Normal POST messages displayed
DEFAULT
OEM Logo displayed instead of POST messages
UEFI Boot [Disabled]
Use the UEFI Boot option to enable or disable to boot from the UEFI devices.
Î
Î
Enabled
Î
Disabled
Boot from UEFI devices is enabled.
DEFAULT
Boot from UEFI devices is disabled.
Launch PXE OpROM [Disabled]
Use the Launch PXE OpROM option to enable or disable boot option for legacy network
devices.
Î
Î
Disabled
Î
Enabled
DEFAULT
Ignore all PXE Option ROMs
Load PXE Option ROMs.
Option ROM Messages [Force BIOS]
Use the Option ROM Messages option to set the Option ROM display mode.
Î
Force
DEFAULT
Sets display mode to force BIOS.
BIOS
Î
Keep
Current
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Sets display mode to current.
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5.7 Save & Exit
Use the Safe & Exit menu (BIOS Menu 24) to load default BIOS values, optimal failsafe
values and to save configuration changes.
Aptio Setup Utility – Copyright (C) 2013 American Megatrends, Inc.
Main
Advanced Chipset Security
Boot
Save & Exit
Save Changes and Reset
Discard Changes and Reset
Exit the system after
saving the changes.
Restore Defaults
Save as User Defaults
Restore User Defaults
--------------------ÆÅ: Select Screen
↑ ↓: Select Item
Enter: Select
+/-: Change Opt.
F1: General Help
F2: Previous Values
F3: Optimized Defaults
F4: Save & Exit
ESC: Exit
Version 2.16.1242. Copyright (C) 2013 American Megatrends, Inc.
BIOS Menu 24: Save & Exit
Î
Save Changes and Reset
Use the Save Changes and Reset option to save the changes made to the BIOS options
and reset the system.
Î
Discard Changes and Reset
Use the Discard Changes and Reset option to exit the system without saving the
changes made to the BIOS configuration setup program.
Î
Restore Defaults
Use the Restore Defaults option to load the optimal default values for each of the
parameters on the Setup menus. F3 key can be used for this operation.
Î
Save as User Defaults
Use the Save as User Defaults option to save the changes done so far as user defaults.
Î
Restore User Defaults
Use the Restore User Defaults option to restore the user defaults to all the setup options.
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Chapter
6
6 Software Drivers
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NOTE:
The content of the CD may vary throughout the life cycle of the product
and is subject to change without prior notice. Visit the IEI website or
contact technical support for the latest updates.
6.1 Software Installation
All the drivers for the PCISA-BT are on the CD that came with the system. To install the
drivers, please follow the steps below.
Step 1: Insert the CD into a CD drive connected to the system.
NOTE:
If the installation program doesn't start automatically:
Click "Start->My Computer->CD Drive->autorun.exe"
Step 2: The driver main menu appears (Figure 6-1).
Figure 6-1: Introduction Screen
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Step 3: Click PCISA-BT.
Step 4: A new screen with a list of available drivers appears (Figure 6-2).
Figure 6-2: Available Drivers
Step 5: Install all of the necessary drivers in this menu. Step 0:
6.2 Available Software Drivers
All the drivers for the PCISA-BT are on the utility CD that came with the system. The utility
CD contains drivers for Windows 7 and Windows 8 operating systems. Please select the
corresponding drivers for the system.
The following drivers can be installed on the Windows 7 operating system:
ƒ
Bay Trail SoC
o
o
o
o
o
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Chipset
Graphics
I/O driver
TXE
USB 3.0
ƒ
LAN–Intel
ƒ
Audio
PCISA-BT CPU Card
NOTE:
The
Intel TXE
requires
that
Microsoft's “Kernel-Mode
Driver
Framework (KMDF) version 1.11 update for Windows 7” is installed
first. If the KMDF is not installed, either error 37 or error 28 may appear
on the Intel TXE device in Device Manager.
Click the following link to download the KMDF version 1.11 update for
Windows 7:
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=38423
The following drivers can be installed on the Windows 8 operating system:
ƒ
Bay Trail SOC
o
o
o
o
Chipset
Graphics
I/O driver
TXE
ƒ
LAN–Intel
ƒ
Audio
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Appendix
A
A Regulatory Compliance
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with specifications for CE marking.
If the user modifies and/or installs other devices in the equipment, the CE conformity
declaration may no longer apply.
FCC WARNING
This equipment complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
„
This device may not cause harmful interference, and
„
This device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a
commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction
manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the
user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
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Appendix
B
B BIOS Options
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Below is a list of BIOS configuration options in the BIOS chapter.
System Date [xx/xx/xx] ........................................................................................................67
System Time [xx:xx:xx] .......................................................................................................67
ACPI Sleep State [S3 (Suspend to RAM)]..........................................................................69
Serial Port [Enabled]............................................................................................................71
Change Settings [Auto] .......................................................................................................71
Serial Port [Enabled]............................................................................................................71
Change Settings [Auto] .......................................................................................................72
Serial Port [Enabled]............................................................................................................72
Change Settings [Auto] .......................................................................................................72
Serial Port [Enabled]............................................................................................................73
Change Settings [Auto] .......................................................................................................73
Device Mode [RS422/485]....................................................................................................74
Serial Port [Enabled]............................................................................................................74
Change Settings [Auto] .......................................................................................................74
Serial Port [Enabled]............................................................................................................75
Change Settings [Auto] .......................................................................................................75
Serial Port [Enabled]............................................................................................................76
Change Settings [Auto] .......................................................................................................76
Duplex Function [Full Duplex] ............................................................................................77
Parallel Port [Enabled].........................................................................................................78
Change Settings [Auto] .......................................................................................................78
Device Mode [STD Printer Mode] .......................................................................................79
PC Health Status ..................................................................................................................80
CPU_FAN1 Smart Fan Control/SYS_FAN1 Smart Fan Control [Auto Mode] .................81
Auto mode fan start/off temperature .................................................................................81
Auto mode fan start PWM ...................................................................................................82
Auto mode fan slope PWM..................................................................................................82
Wake system with Fixed Time [Disabled]..........................................................................82
Console Redirection [Disabled] .........................................................................................84
Terminal Type [ANSI]...........................................................................................................84
Bits per second [115200].....................................................................................................84
Data Bits [8] ..........................................................................................................................84
Parity [None].........................................................................................................................85
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Stop Bits [1] ..........................................................................................................................85
Auto Recovery Function [Disabled]...................................................................................86
Intel Virtualization Technology [Disabled] ........................................................................87
EIST [Enabled]......................................................................................................................87
Serial-ATA (SATA) [Enabled] ..............................................................................................88
SATA Mode [IDE Mode] .......................................................................................................88
Security Device Support [Disabled]...................................................................................89
USB Devices .........................................................................................................................90
Legacy USB Support [Enabled]..........................................................................................90
Primary Display [Auto] ........................................................................................................93
DVMT Pre-Allocated [256M] ................................................................................................93
DVMT Total Gfx Mem [Max].................................................................................................93
Primary IGFX Boot Display [VBIOS Default] .....................................................................93
Restore on AC Power Loss [Last State] ............................................................................94
Audio Controller [Enabled] .................................................................................................94
XHCI Mode [Smart Auto] .....................................................................................................95
Speed [Auto].........................................................................................................................96
Administrator Password .....................................................................................................96
User Password .....................................................................................................................96
Bootup NumLock State [On]...............................................................................................97
Quiet Boot [Enabled] ...........................................................................................................98
UEFI Boot [Disabled] ...........................................................................................................98
Launch PXE OpROM [Disabled] .........................................................................................98
Option ROM Messages [Force BIOS].................................................................................98
Save Changes and Reset ....................................................................................................99
Discard Changes and Reset ...............................................................................................99
Restore Defaults ..................................................................................................................99
Save as User Defaults .........................................................................................................99
Restore User Defaults .........................................................................................................99
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Appendix
C
C Terminology
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AC ’97
Audio Codec 97 (AC’97) refers to a codec standard developed by Intel®
in 1997.
ACPI
Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) is an OS-directed
configuration, power management, and thermal management interface.
AHCI
Advanced Host Controller Interface (AHCI) is a SATA Host controller
register-level interface.
ATA
The Advanced Technology Attachment (ATA) interface connects storage
devices including hard disks and CD-ROM drives to a computer.
ARMD
An ATAPI Removable Media Device (ARMD) is any ATAPI device that
supports removable media, besides CD and DVD drives.
ASKIR
Amplitude Shift Keyed Infrared (ASKIR) is a form of modulation that
represents a digital signal by varying the amplitude (“volume”) of the
signal. A low amplitude signal represents a binary 0, while a high
amplitude signal represents a binary 1.
BIOS
The Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) is firmware that is first run when
the computer is turned on and can be configured by the end user
CODEC
The Compressor-Decompressor (CODEC) encodes and decodes digital
audio data on the system.
CMOS
Complimentary metal-oxide-conductor is an integrated circuit used in
chips like static RAM and microprocessors.
COM
COM refers to serial ports. Serial ports offer serial communication to
expansion devices. The serial port on a personal computer is usually a
male DB-9 connector.
DAC
The Digital-to-Analog Converter (DAC) converts digital signals to analog
signals.
DDR
Double Data Rate refers to a data bus transferring data on both the rising
and falling edges of the clock signal.
DMA
Direct Memory Access (DMA) enables some peripheral devices to
bypass the system processor and communicate directly with the system
memory.
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DIMM
Dual Inline Memory Modules are a type of RAM that offer a 64-bit data
bus and have separate electrical contacts on each side of the module.
DIO
The digital inputs and digital outputs are general control signals that
control the on/off circuit of external devices or TTL devices. Data can be
read or written to the selected address to enable the DIO functions.
EHCI
The Enhanced Host Controller Interface (EHCI) specification is a
register-level interface description for USB 2.0 Host Controllers.
EIDE
Enhanced IDE (EIDE) is a newer IDE interface standard that has data
transfer rates between 4.0 MBps and 16.6 MBps.
EIST
Enhanced Intel® SpeedStep Technology (EIST) allows users to modify
the power consumption levels and processor performance through
application software. The application software changes the bus-to-core
frequency ratio and the processor core voltage.
FSB
The Front Side Bus (FSB) is the bi-directional communication channel
between the processor and the Northbridge chipset.
GbE
Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) is an Ethernet version that transfers data at 1.0
Gbps and complies with the IEEE 802.3-2005 standard.
GPIO
General purpose input
HDD
Hard disk drive (HDD) is a type of magnetic, non-volatile computer
storage device that stores digitally encoded data.
ICH
The Input/Output Control Hub (ICH) is an Intel® Southbridge chipset.
IrDA
Infrared Data Association (IrDA) specify infrared data transmission
protocols used to enable electronic devices to wirelessly communicate
with each other.
L1 Cache
The Level 1 Cache (L1 Cache) is a small memory cache built into the
system processor.
L2 Cache
The Level 2 Cache (L2 Cache) is an external processor memory cache.
LCD
Liquid crystal display (LCD) is a flat, low-power display device that
consists of two polarizing plates with a liquid crystal panel in between.
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LVDS
Low-voltage differential signaling (LVDS) is a dual-wire, high-speed
differential electrical signaling system commonly used to connect LCD
displays to a computer.
POST
The Power-on Self Test (POST) is the pre-boot actions the system
performs when the system is turned-on.
RAM
Random Access Memory (RAM) is volatile memory that loses data when
power is lost. RAM has very fast data transfer rates compared to other
storage like hard drives.
SATA
Serial ATA (SATA) is a serial communications bus designed for data
transfers between storage devices and the computer chipsets. The SATA
bus has transfer speeds up to 1.5 Gbps and the SATA II bus has data
transfer speeds of up to 3.0 Gbps.
S.M.A.R.T
Self Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology (S.M.A.R.T) refers to
automatic status checking technology implemented on hard disk drives.
UART
Universal Asynchronous Receiver-transmitter (UART) is responsible for
asynchronous communications on the system and manages the system’s
serial communication (COM) ports.
UHCI
The Universal Host Controller Interface (UHCI) specification is a
register-level interface description for USB 1.1 Host Controllers.
USB
The Universal Serial Bus (USB) is an external bus standard for
interfacing devices. USB 1.1 supports 12Mbps data transfer rates and
USB 2.0 supports 480Mbps data transfer rates.
VGA
The Video Graphics Array (VGA) is a graphics display system developed
by IBM.
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Appendix
D
D Digital I/O Interface
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D.1 Introduction
The DIO connector on the PCISA-BT is interfaced to GPIO ports on the Super I/O chipset.
The DIO has both 4-bit digital inputs and 4-bit digital outputs. The digital inputs and digital
outputs are generally control signals that control the on/off circuit of external devices or
TTL devices. Data can be read or written to the selected address to enable the DIO
functions.
NOTE:
For further information, please refer to the datasheet for the Super I/O
chipset.
The BIOS interrupt call INT 15H controls the digital I/O.
INT 15H:
AH – 6FH
Sub-function:
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AL – 8
:Set the digital port as INPUT
AL
:Digital I/O input value
PCISA-BT CPU Card
D.2 Assembly Language Sample 1
MOV
AX, 6F08H
INT
15H
;setting the digital port as input
;
AL low byte = value
AH – 6FH
Sub-function:
AL – 9
:Set the digital port as OUTPUT
BL
:Digital I/O input value
D.3 Assembly Language Sample 2
MOV
AX, 6F09H
MOV
BL, 09H
INT
15H
;setting the digital port as output
;digital value is 09H
;
Digital Output is 1001b
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Appendix
E
E Watchdog Timer
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NOTE:
The following discussion applies to DOS environment. Contact IEI support
or visit the IEI website for specific drivers for other operating systems.
The Watchdog Timer is provided to ensure that standalone systems can always recover
from catastrophic conditions that cause the CPU to crash. This condition may have
occurred by external EMIs or a software bug. When the CPU stops working correctly,
Watchdog Timer either performs a hardware reset (cold boot) or a Non-Maskable Interrupt
(NMI) to bring the system back to a known state.
A BIOS function call (INT 15H) is used to control the Watchdog Timer.
INT 15H:
AH – 6FH Sub-function:
AL – 2:
Sets the Watchdog Timer’s period.
BL:
Time-out value (Its unit-second is dependent on the item “Watchdog
Timer unit select” in CMOS setup).
Table E-1: AH-6FH Sub-function
Call sub-function 2 to set the time-out period of Watchdog Timer first. If the time-out value
is not zero, the Watchdog Timer starts counting down. When the timer value reaches zero,
the system resets. To ensure that this reset condition does not occur, calling sub-function
2 must periodically refresh the Watchdog Timer. However, the watchdog timer is disabled
if the time-out value is set to zero.
A tolerance of at least 10% must be maintained to avoid unknown routines within the
operating system (DOS), such as disk I/O that can be very time-consuming.
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NOTE:
When exiting a program it is necessary to disable the Watchdog Timer,
otherwise the system resets.
EXAMPLE PROGRAM:
; INITIAL TIMER PERIOD COUNTER
;
W_LOOP:
;
MOV
AX, 6F02H
;setting the time-out value
MOV
BL, 30
;time-out value is 48 seconds
INT
15H
;
; ADD THE APPLICATION PROGRAM HERE
;
CMP
JNE
; EXIT ;
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W_LOOP
MOV
AX, 6F02H
MOV
BL, 0
INT
;
EXIT_AP, 1
15H
;is the application over?
;No, restart the application
;disable Watchdog Timer
;
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Appendix
F
F Hazardous Materials
Disclosure
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F.1 Hazardous Materials Disclosure Table for IPB Products
Certified as RoHS Compliant Under 2002/95/EC Without
Mercury
The details provided in this appendix are to ensure that the product is compliant with the
Peoples Republic of China (China) RoHS standards. The table below acknowledges the
presences of small quantities of certain materials in the product, and is applicable to China
RoHS only.
A label will be placed on each product to indicate the estimated “Environmentally Friendly
Use Period” (EFUP). This is an estimate of the number of years that these substances
would “not leak out or undergo abrupt change.” This product may contain replaceable
sub-assemblies/components which have a shorter EFUP such as batteries and lamps.
These components will be separately marked.
Please refer to the table on the next page.
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Part Name
Toxic or Hazardous Substances and Elements
Lead
Mercury
Cadmium
Hexavalent
Polybrominated
Polybrominated
(Pb)
(Hg)
(Cd)
Chromium
Biphenyls
Diphenyl
(CR(VI))
(PBB)
Ethers
(PBDE)
Housing
O
O
O
O
O
O
Display
O
O
O
O
O
O
Printed Circuit
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Fan Assembly
O
O
O
O
O
O
Power Supply
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Board
Metal
Fasteners
Cable
Assembly
Assemblies
Battery
O:
This toxic or hazardous substance is contained in all of the homogeneous materials for the part is
below the limit requirement in SJ/T11363-2006
X:
This toxic or hazardous substance is contained in at least one of the homogeneous materials for
this part is above the limit requirement in SJ/T11363-2006
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此附件旨在确保本产品符合中国 RoHS 标准。以下表格标示此产品中某有毒物质的含量符
合中国 RoHS 标准规定的限量要求。
本产品上会附有”环境友好使用期限”的标签,此期限是估算这些物质”不会有泄漏或突变”的
年限。本产品可能包含有较短的环境友好使用期限的可替换元件,像是电池或灯管,这些元
件将会单独标示出来。
部件名称
有毒有害物质或元素
铅
汞
镉
六价铬
多溴联苯
多溴二苯
(Pb)
(Hg)
(Cd)
(CR(VI))
(PBB)
醚
(PBDE)
壳体
O
O
O
O
O
O
显示
O
O
O
O
O
O
印刷电路板
O
O
O
O
O
O
金属螺帽
O
O
O
O
O
O
电缆组装
O
O
O
O
O
O
风扇组装
O
O
O
O
O
O
电力供应组装
O
O
O
O
O
O
电池
O
O
O
O
O
O
O: 表示该有毒有害物质在该部件所有物质材料中的含量均在 SJ/T11363-2006 标准规定的限量要求以下。
X: 表示该有毒有害物质至少在该部件的某一均质材料中的含量超出 SJ/T11363-2006 标准规定的限量要求。
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