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ETX®-CD
Document Revision 130
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1
User Information..................................................................................5
1.1
About This Document.................................................................................................................... 5
1.2
Copyright Notice.......................................................................................................................... 5
1.3
Trademarks................................................................................................................................. 5
1.4
Standards................................................................................................................................... 5
1.5
Warranty.................................................................................................................................... 6
1.6
Technical Support......................................................................................................................... 6
2
Introduction........................................................................................7
2.1
Product Description...................................................................................................................... 7
2.2
ETX® Documtentation................................................................................................................... 7
2.3
ETX® Benefits.............................................................................................................................. 8
3
Specification.......................................................................................9
3.1
Modules & Accessories................................................................................................................... 9
3.2
Functional Specification............................................................................................................... 10
3.3
Block Diagram............................................................................................................................ 13
3.4
3.4.1
3.4.2
3.4.3
3.4.4
3.5
3.5.1
3.5.2
3.6
Electrical Specification................................................................................................................ 14
Supply Voltage........................................................................................................................... 14
Power Supply Rise Time................................................................................................................ 14
Supply Voltage Ripple.................................................................................................................. 14
Power Consumption..................................................................................................................... 14
Environmental Specification......................................................................................................... 15
Temperature Specification............................................................................................................ 15
Humidity................................................................................................................................... 15
Standards and Certifications......................................................................................................... 16
3.7
MTBF........................................................................................................................................ 18
3.8
Mechanical Specification.............................................................................................................. 19
3.9
Module Drillhole Dimension.......................................................................................................... 19
3.10
Thermal Management.................................................................................................................. 20
3.11
Heatspreader............................................................................................................................. 20
3.12
3.12.1
Onboard Fan Connector................................................................................................................ 21
Electrical Characteristics.............................................................................................................. 23
4
Features and Interfaces.......................................................................24
4.1
LPC.......................................................................................................................................... 24
4.2
M.A.R.S.................................................................................................................................... 25
4.3
JIDA16 and JIDA32..................................................................................................................... 26
4.4
K-Station 1................................................................................................................................ 27
4.5
GPIO - General Purpose Input and Output.........................................................................................28
4.6
Watchdog Timer.......................................................................................................................... 29
4.7
Speedstep Technology................................................................................................................. 30
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C-States.................................................................................................................................... 31
4.9
ACPI Suspend Modes and Resume Events..........................................................................................32
4.10
ISA Bus Limitation...................................................................................................................... 33
5
System Resources...............................................................................34
5.1
Interrupt Request (IRQ) Lines........................................................................................................ 34
5.2
Direct Memory Access (DMA) Channels.............................................................................................36
5.3
Memory Area............................................................................................................................. 36
5.4
I/O Address Map......................................................................................................................... 36
5.5
Inter-IC (I2C) Bus....................................................................................................................... 36
5.6
System Management (SM) Bus....................................................................................................... 36
5.7
JILI-I2C Bus.............................................................................................................................. 36
6
ETX® Connectors................................................................................37
6.1
Connector Locations.................................................................................................................... 37
6.2
General Signal Description............................................................................................................ 37
6.3
6.3.1
6.3.2
6.4
6.4.1
6.4.2
6.5
6.5.1
6.5.2
6.6
6.6.1
6.6.2
6.6.3
6.7
6.7.1
6.7.2
6.7.3
Connector X1 (PCI bus, USB, Audio)................................................................................................ 38
Connector X1 Signal Levels........................................................................................................... 39
Connector X1 Signal Description..................................................................................................... 41
Connector X2 (ISA Bus)................................................................................................................ 42
Connector X2 Signal Levels........................................................................................................... 43
Connector X2 Signal Description.................................................................................................... 45
Connector X3 (VGA, LCD, Video, COM1 and COM2, LPT/Floppy, Mouse, Keyboard).......................................45
Connector X3 (Signal Levels)......................................................................................................... 47
Connector X3 Signal Description.................................................................................................... 49
Connector X4 Subsystems............................................................................................................. 51
Connector X4 (IDE 1, IDE 2, Ethernet, Miscellaneous)..........................................................................51
Connector X4 (Signal Levels)......................................................................................................... 52
Connector X4 Signal Description.................................................................................................... 54
Feature Connector J11................................................................................................................. 56
SDVO Output.............................................................................................................................. 56
SDVO Connector and Flat Foil Cable................................................................................................. 56
Pinout Feature Connector J11........................................................................................................ 56
7
BIOS Operation...................................................................................58
7.1
7.1.1
7.2
7.2.1
7.2.2
7.2.3
7.2.4
7.2.5
7.2.6
7.2.7
Determining the BIOS Version....................................................................................................... 58
Start Phoenix BIOS Setup Utility.................................................................................................... 58
BIOS Setup Menu........................................................................................................................ 60
Info Screen................................................................................................................................ 60
Main Menu................................................................................................................................. 61
Advanced.................................................................................................................................. 63
Security.................................................................................................................................... 82
Power....................................................................................................................................... 83
Boot........................................................................................................................................ 86
Exit Menu.................................................................................................................................. 87
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ETX®-CD / User Information
1
1.1
User Information
About This Document
This document provides information about products from Kontron Europe GmbH and/or its subsidiaries. No warranty of
suitability, purpose, or fitness is implied. While every attempt has been made to ensure that the information in this
document is accurate, the information contained within is supplied “as-is” and is subject to change without notice.
For the circuits, descriptions and tables indicated, Kontron assumes no responsibility as far as patents or other rights of
third parties are concerned.
1.2
Copyright Notice
Copyright © 2003-2012 Kontron Europe GmbH
All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or
translated into any language or computer language, in any form or by any means (electronic, mechanical, photocopying,
recording, or otherwise), without the express written permission of Kontron Europe GmbH.
DIMM-PC®, PISA®, ETX®, ETXexpress®, microETXexpress®, X-board®, DIMM-IO® and DIMM-BUS® are trademarks or
registered trademarks of Kontron Europe GmbH. Kontron is trademark or registered trademark of Kontron AG.
1.3
Trademarks
The following lists the trademarks of components used in this board.
» IBM, XT, AT, PS/2 and Personal System/2 are trademarks of International Business Machines Corp.
» Microsoft is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corp.
» Intel is a registered trademark of Intel Corp.
» All other products and trademarks mentioned in this manual are trademarks of their respective owners.
1.4
Standards
Kontron Europe GmbH is certified to ISO 9000 standards.
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1.5
Warranty
This Kontron Europe GmbH product is warranted against defects in material and workmanship for the warranty period
from the date of shipment. During the warranty period, Kontron Europe GmbH will at its discretion decide to repair or
replace defective products.
Within the warranty period, the repair of products is free of charge as long as warranty conditions are observed.
The warranty does not apply to defects resulting from improper or inadequate maintenance or handling by the buyer,
unauthorized modification or misuse, operation outside of the product’s environmental specifications or improper
installation or maintenance.
Kontron Europe GmbH will not be responsible for any defects or damages to other products not supplied by Kontron
Europe GmbH that are caused by a faulty Kontron Europe GmbH product.
1.6
Technical Support
Technicians and engineers from Kontron Europe GmbH and/or its subsidiaries are available for technical support. We are
committed to making our product easy to use and will help you use our products in your systems.
Please consult our Web site at http://www.kontron.com/support for the latest product documentation, utilities, drivers
and support contacts. Consult our customer section http://emdcustomersection.kontron.com for the latest BIOS
downloads, Product Change Notifications, Board Support Packages, DemoImages, 3D drawings and additional tools and
software. In any case you can always contact your board supplier for technical support.
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ETX®-CD / Introduction
2
Introduction
2.1
Product Description
Based on the ETX® standard, Kontron’s ETX®-CD, powered by a variety of Intel Pentium core duo processors, is a nextgeneration embedded module that brings advanced technology to tomorrow’s applications, as well as continuing today’s
legacy devices. Built around serial differential signaling technologies, ETX®-CD modules incorporate the following
interfaces into a 95 x 114 small form factor embedded module:
» PCI
» 2x Serial ATA (SATA)
» 1x Parallel ATA (IDE)
» USB
» 2x Serial Port (COM)
» 1x Parallel Port (LPT) shared with Floppy
» LVDS, SDVO, VGA
» 10/100 MB Ethernet
» ISA bus
» Audio
» Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI)
The ETX®-CD is built around the Intel Core Duo processors that use the Yonah and Merom Core and the Mobile Intel
945GME Express chipset, which is the first mobile platform to offer PCI Express functionality with extended life cycle
support. These modules feature the most current desktop features such as USB, SATA, and PCI buses. The ETX®-CD delivers
up to 2GHz performance and up to 2GB DDR2 RAM. For applications that require advanced real-time video capabilities, the
ETX®-CD has integrated graphics based on the Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 900 architecture. The ETX®-CD supports
4 PCI 32-bit PCI devices. A 10/100 megabits per second Ethernet port provides fast connectivity to LAN/WAN and 4x USB
interface provides fast and sufficient interfaces for external peripherals. ETX®-CD modules also provide the following
interfaces that are always located in the same physical position on each board: PCI32, USB, serial ATA (SATA), parallel ATA
(PATA), LVDS Multi Media ports, as well as an ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface) for optimized power
management are available on the board. Six mounting holes on the board provide secure mounting to allow the module
increased shock and vibration resistance.
2.2
ETX® Documtentation
This product manual serves as one of three principal references for an ETX® design. It documents the specifications and
features of ETX®-CD. The other two references, which are available from the Kontron Europe GmbH Web site, include:
» The ETX® Specification defines the ETX® module form factor, pinout, and signals.
» The ETX® Design Guide serves as a general guide for baseboard design, with a focus on maximum flexibility to
accommodate a wide range of ETX® modules.
Some of the information contained within this product manual applies only to certain
product revisions (CE: xxx). If certain information applies to specific product revisions (CE:
xxx) it will be stated. Please check the product revision of your module to see if this
information is applicable.
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ETX®-CD / Introduction
2.3
ETX® Benefits
Embedded technology extended (ETX) modules are very compact (114 x 95 mm), highly integrated computers. All ETX®
modules feature a standardized form factor and a standardized connector layout that carry a specified set of signals. This
standardization allows designers to create a single-system baseboard that can accept present and future ETX® modules.
ETX® modules include common personal computer (PC) peripheral functions such as:
» Graphics
» Parallel, Serial, and USB ports
» Keyboard/mouse
» Ethernet
» Sound
» IDE (and SATA)
The baseboard designer can optimize exactly how each of these functions implements physically. Designers can place
connectors precisely where needed for the application on a baseboard designed to optimally fit a system’s packaging.
Peripheral PCI or ISA buses can be implemented directly on the baseboard rather than on mechanically unwieldy
expansion cards. The ability to build a system on a single baseboard using the computer as one plug-in component
simplifies packaging, eliminates cabling, and significantly reduces system-level cost. A single baseboard design can use a
range of ETX® modules. This flexibility can differentiate products at various price/performance points, or to design future
proof systems that have a builtin upgrade path. The modularity of an ETX® solution also ensures against obsolescence as
computer technology evolves. A properly designed ETX® baseboard can work with several successive generations of ETX®
modules. An ETX® baseboard design has many advantages of a custom, computer-board design but delivers better
obsolescence protection, greatly reduced engineering effort, and faster time to market.
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3
Specification
3.1
Modules & Accessories
The Computer-on-Module ETX®-CD (MCAL) based on Intel's Napa platform is available in different variants to cover the
demand of different performance, price and power:
Commercial grade modules (0°C to 60°C operating)
Product Number
Product Name
Processor
Chipset and Features
18030-0000-11-4
ETX-CD 1.06GHz C423
Intel® Celeron® M ULV 423
Intel® 945GME, ICH7M
18030-0000-12-5
ETX-CD 1.2GHz U2500
Intel® Core™ Duo U2500
Intel® 945GME, ICH7M
18030-0000-15-6
ETX-CD 1.5GHz L7400
Intel® Core™ 2 Duo L7400
Intel® 945GME, ICH7M
18030-0000-17-5
ETX-CD 1.66GHz L2400
Intel® Core™ Duo L2400
Intel® 945GME, ICH7M
18030-0000-19-4
ETX-CD 1.86GHz C440
Intel® Celeron® M ULV 423
Intel® 945GME, ICH7M
Extended Temperature modules (-25°C to 75°C operating)
Product Number
Product Name
Processor
Chipset and Features
18030-0000-17-5EXT
ETX-CD 1.66GHz E1
Intel® Core™ Duo L2400
Intel® 945GME, ICH7M
18030-0000-11-4EXT
ETX-CD 1.06GHz C423 E1
Intel® Celeron® M ULV 423
Intel® 945GME, ICH7M
Documentation is also valid for following End-of-Live (EOL) variants:
Product Number
Product Name
Processor
Chipset and Features
18030-0000-11-1
ETX-CD 1.06GHz
Intel® Celeron® M ULV 423
Intel® 945GM, ICH7M
18030-0000-11-1EXT
ETX-CD 1.06GHz E1
Intel® Celeron® M ULV 423
Intel® 945GM, ICH7M
18030-0000-12-2
ETX-CD 1.2GHz
Intel® Core™ Duo U2500
Intel® 945GM, ICH7M
18030-0000-15-3
ETX-CD 1.5GHz
Intel® Core™ 2 Duo L7400
Intel® 945GM, ICH7M
18030-0000-17-2
ETX-CD 1.66GHz
Intel® Core™ Duo L2400
Intel® 945GM, ICH7M
18030-0000-17-2EXT
ETX-CD 1.66GHz E1
Intel® Core™ Duo L2400
Intel® 945GM, ICH7M
Accessories
Product Number
Product Name
18010-0000-00-0
ETX® Eval (ADA8)
18028-0000-00-0
ETX® miniBaseboard (ADAB)
97011-5120-08-0
DDR2-800 SODIMM / 512MB
97011-1024-08-0
DDR2-800 SODIMM / 1GB
97011-2048-08-0
DDR2-800 SODIMM / 2GB
97011-5120-08-2
DDR2-800 SODIMM / 512MB E2 (industrial temperature)
97011-1024-08-2
DDR2-800 SODIMM / 1GB E2 (industrial temperature)
97011-2048-08-2
DDR2-800 SODIMM / 2GB E2 (industrial temperature)
18030-0000-99-0
ETX®-CD, Heatspreader, threaded
18030-0000-99-1
ETX®-CD, Heatspreader, through hole
18030-0000-99-0C01
ETX®-CD, Passive Cooling Solution, threaded
18030-0000-99-0CO2
ETX®-CD, Active Cooling Solution, threaded
96006-0000-00-4
ADA-ETX-CD-FC4 (SDVO FFC45 to 2xDVI Adaptor)
96006-0000-00-5
ADA-SDVOB-FC5 (SDVO FFC45 to 1xDVI Adaptor)
96006-0000-00-6
ADA-SDVOB-LVDS (SDVO FFC45 to LVDS Adaptor)
9-5000-0352
ADA-LVDS-DVI 18bit (LVDS to DVI converter)
9-5000-0353
ADA-LVDS-DVI 24bit (LVDS to DVI converter)
96079-0000-00-0
KAB-HSP 200mm (Cable adapter to connect FAN to module)
96079-0000-00-2
KAB-HSP 40mm (Cable adapter to connect FAN to module)
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3.2
Functional Specification
Processor
The Intel® Core™ Duo / Celeron® (Yonah / Merom) CPU supports:
» Intel® Hyper-Threading Technology (HTT)
» Enhanced Intel SpeedStep® Technology (EIST)
» Thermal Monitoring Technologies
» Idle States (C-States)
» Execute Disable Bit
Processor
# of Cores
Lithography
Core
Core Clock
L2 Cache
VT-x
HT
Intel® 64
EIST
Max TDP
Intel® Celeron® M ULV 423
1
65nm
Yonah
1066 MHz
1MB
No
No
No
No
5.5W
Intel® Celeron® M 440
1
65nm
Yonah
1866 MHz
1MB
No
No
No
No
27W
Intel® Core™ Duo U2500
2
65nm
Yonah
1200 MHz
2MB
Yes
No
No
Yes
9W
Intel® Core™ Duo L2400
2
65nm
Yonah
1666 MHz
2MB
Yes
No
No
Yes
15W
Intel® Core™ 2 Duo L7400
2
65nm
Merom
1500 MHz
4MB
Yes
No
No
Yes
17W
Chipset
Chipset
Graphic Outputs
82945GM
VGA, SDVO, LVDS, TVout
82945GME
VGA, SDVO, LVDS
Memory
Sockets
Memory Type
Maximum Size
Technology
1x DDR2 SO-DIMM
DDR2-533, DDR2-667
2GB
Single Channel
Graphics Core
The integrated Intel® GMA950 (Gen3.5) supports:
Graphics Core Render Clock
Execution Units / Pixel Pipelines
Max Graphics Memory
GFX Memory Bandwidth (GB/s)
GFX Memory Technology
API (DirectX/OpenGL)
Shader Model
250 MHz
4
256MB
10.7
DVMT 3.0
9.0c / 1.4
3.0 (SW) / 2.0
Hardware accelerated Video
-
Independent/Simultaneous Displays
2
Display Interfaces
CRT max Resolution
TV out:
Digital Display:
2048x1536
YES
SDVOB and SDVOC (onboard FFC45)
LVDS
LVDS Bits/Pixel
LVDS Bits/Pixel with dithering
LVDS max Resolution:
PWM Backlight Control:
10
1x18, 2x18
1x24 and 2x24
1600x1200
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ETX®-CD / Specification
Chipset & IOH
# of USB:
USB onboard Connector:
Audio:
PCI Bus:
ISA Bus:
SuperI/O Controller
COM Ports:
4x USB 1.1/2.0
Crystal CS4299 / Via VT1612 AC97 Audio
PCI Rev 2.3 (33MHz/3.3V)
LPC2ISA Fintek F85226FG
Winbond 83627HFJ LPC-I/O
2x RS232
IrDA Support:
IrDA 1.0 (SIR) or ASK-IrDA (COM2)
LPT Support:
EPP, ECP, bi-dir.
Max TDP:
7W + 3.3W
Storage
Primary IDE:
Secondary IDE:
SATA onboard connector:
SATA features:
PATA 100
2x SATA 1.5Gb/s
NCQ, HotPlug, Staggered Spinup
SATA RAID support:
-
onboard SSD:
-
onboard CF Card:
-
Onboard devices
Audio
Trusted Platform Module
Crystal CS4299 / Via VT1612 AC97 Audio
STMicro ST19WP18 optional
Ethernet
The Intel 82562GZ ethernet supports:
» Jumbo Frames
» Time Sync Protocol Indicator
» WOL (Wake On LAN)
» PXE (Preboot eXecution Environment)
Kontron Features
I2C/SMB support:
M.A.R.S. support
Embedded API
JIDA32 Applications / K-Station
Custom BIOS Settings / Flash Backup
Watchdog support
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YES/YES
YES
JIDA16 / JIDA32
YES, K-Station 1 w/o BIOS modification
YES
ETX®-CD / Specification
Power Features
ACPI
ACPI 1.0b / 2.0
S-States
S0, S1, S3, S4, S5
Graphic States
D0, D3
Misc Power Management
DPST 2.0
Power Consumption and Performance
Full Load Power Consumption
19 - 40W
Kontron Performance Index
1387-3296
Kontron Performance/Watt
71 - 103
Detailed Power Consumption measurements in all states and bechmarks for CPU, Graphics
and Memory performance are available in Application Note KEMAP054 at EMD Customer
Section.
Supported Operating Systems
The ETX®-CD currently supports:
» Microsoft Windows XP x86
» Microsoft Windows 7 x86
» Microsoft Windows CE 6.0
» Microsoft Windows XP embedded
» Linux
» WindRiver VxWorks
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ETX®-CD / Specification
3.3
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Block Diagram
ETX®-CD / Specification
3.4
Electrical Specification
3.4.1
Supply Voltage
Following supply voltage is specified at the ETX® connector:
Supply Voltage:
3.4.2
5V +/- 5%
5V DC +/- 5%
5V_Stb:
Power Supply Rise Time
» The input voltages shall rise from ≤10% of nominal to within the regulation ranges within 0.1ms to 20ms.
» There must be a smooth and continuous ramp of each DC input voltage from 10% to 90% of its final set-point
following the ATX specification
3.4.3
Supply Voltage Ripple
» Maximum 100 mV peak to peak 0 – 20 MHz
3.4.4
Power Consumption
The maximum Power Consumption of the different ETX®-CD modules is 19 - 40W (100% CPU load; 90°C CPU temperature).
Further details with measurements and TDP values of the single variants can be found in our customer section.
Information there is available after registration.
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3.5
Environmental Specification
3.5.1
Temperature Specification
General Kontron Specification
Operating
Non-operating
0°C to +60°C
-30°C to +85°C
Extended Temperature(E1)
-25°C to +75°C
-30°C to +85°C
Industrial grade by Screening (XT)
-40°C to +85°C
-40°C to +85°C
Industrial grade by Design (E2)
-40°C to +85°C
-40°C to +85°C
Commercial grade
Please see chapter Product Specification for available variants for extended or industrial
temperate grade
With Kontron heatspreader plate assembly
The operating temperature defines two requirements:
» the maximum ambient temperature with ambient being the air surrounding the module.
» the maximum measurable temperature on any spot on the heatspreader's surface
Without Kontron heatspreader plate assembly
The operating temperature is the maximum measurable temperature on any spot on the module's surface.
3.5.2
Humidity
» 93% relative Humidity at 40°C, non-condensing (according to IEC 60068-2-78)
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3.6
Standards and Certifications
RoHS
The ETX®-CD is compliant to the directive 2002/95/EC on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances
(RoHS) in electrical and electronic equipment.
CE marking
The ETX®-CD is CE marked according to Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC – Test standard EN60950
Component Recognition UL 60950-1
The ETX® form factor Computer-on-Modules are Recognized by Underwriters Laboratories Inc. Representative samples of
this component have been evaluated by UL and meet applicable UL requirements.
UL Listings:
» NWGQ2.E304278
» NWGQ8.E304278
WEEE Directive
WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC is not applicable for Computer-on-Modules.
Conformal Coating
Conformal Coating is available for Kontron Computer-on-Modules and for validated SO-DIMM memory modules. Please
contact your local sales or support for further details.
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Shock & Vibration
The ETX® form factor Computer-on-Modules successfully passed shock and vibration tests according to
» IEC/EN 60068-2-6 (Non operating Vibration, sinusoidal, 10Hz-4000Hz, +/-0.15mm, 2g)
» IEC/EN 60068-2-27 (Non operating Shock Test, half-sinusoidal, 11ms, 15g)
EMC
Validated in Kontron reference housing for EMC the ETX®-CD follows the requirements for electromagnetic compatibility
standards
» EN55022
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ETX®-CD / Specification
3.7
MTBF
The following MTBF (Mean Time Before Failure) values were calculated using a combination of manufacturer’s test data, if
the data was available, and the Telcordia (Bellcore) issue 2 calculation for the remaining parts.
The calculation methode used is “Bellcore Method 1 Case 1” in a ground benign, controlled environment (GB,GC). This
particular method takes into account varying temperature and stress data and the system is assumed to have not been
burned in.
Other environmental stresses (extreme altitude, vibration, salt water exposure, etc) lower MTBF values.
System MTBF (hours): 109418 @ 40°C
Fans usually shipped with Kontron Europe GmbH products have 50,000-hour typical
operating life. The above estimates assume no fan, but a passive heat sinking arrangement
Estimated RTC battery life (as opposed to battery failures) is not accounted for in the above
figures and need to be considered for separately. Battery life depends on both temperature
and operating conditions. When the Kontron unit has external power; the only battery
drain is from leakage paths.
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ETX®-CD / Specification
3.8
Mechanical Specification
» 95.0 mm x 114.0 mm
» Hight approx. 12mm (0.4”)
CAD drawings are available at EMD CustomerSection
3.9
Module Drillhole Dimension
The not shown drill holes match with the ETX® specification.
The maximum height of electrical components on the bottom side of the module is
specified with 2.0mm in the [email protected] specification. On the [email protected] the Southbridge is
soldered on the bottom side and Intel specified the ICH7 with 2.28mm ± 0.21mm
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3.10
Thermal Management
A heatspreader plate assembly is available from Kontron Europe GmbH for the ETX®-CD. The heatspreader plate on top of
this assembly is NOT a heat sink. It works as a ETX®-standard thermal interface to use with a heat sink or other cooling
device.
External cooling must be provided to maintain the heatspreader plate at proper operating temperatures. Under worstcase conditions, the cooling mechanism must maintain an ambient air and heatspreader plate temperature of 60° C or
less.
The aluminum slugs and thermal pads on the underside of the heatspreader assembly implement thermal interfaces
between the heatspreader plate and the major heat-generating components on the ETX®-CD. About 80 percent of the
power dissipated within the module is conducted to the heatspreader plate and can be removed by the cooling solution.
You can use many thermal-management solutions with the heatspreader plates, including active and passive approaches.
The optimum cooling solution varies, depending on the ETX® application and environmental conditions. Please see the
ETX® Design Guide for further information on thermal management.
3.11
Heatspreader
Documentation and CAD drawings of ETX®-CD heatspreader and cooling solutions is provided at
http://emdcustomersection.kontron.com.
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3.12
Onboard Fan Connector
This section describes how to connect a fan to the connector located directly on the ETX®-CD. With certain BIOS-settings
it is possible to control the fan depending on the Active Trip Point temperature. The fan switches on/off depending on the
adjusted Active Trip Point temperature. In order for this feature to function properly an ACPI compliant OS is necessary.
The ETX® CD can not control the revolutions per minute (R.P.M) of the fan.
Location and Pinout of Fan Connector
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ETX®-CD / Specification
The onboard fan connector (J6) can be found near the northbridge at the corner of the module.
Connector J1 has following specification:
» Part number (Molex) J8: 53261-0390
» Mates with: 51021-0300
» Crimp terminals: 50079-8100
The Pin assignement is:
» Pin1: Tacho
» Pin2: VCC
» Pin3: GND
BIOS Settings for Fan Control
The fan can be controlled via the BIOS Settings “Power → Thermal Control”
Feature
Option
Description
Active Trip Point
Disabled
15 C
23 C
…
55 C
63 C
…
119 C
This value controls the temperature of the ACPI active
trip point - the point in which the OS will turn on the
CPU fan (connector on PCB). If DTS is enabled only
values below 97°C are valid.
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3.12.1 Electrical Characteristics
Vcc = 5 V Imax (continuous) = 0,68 A Imax (pulsed) = 2 A Sense (Tacho-pulse) = 4 Pulses per turn
The 5 V output is not short circuit proof. The user has to ensure that the circuit is protected
externally, for example by a fuse on the backplane.
To connect a standard FAN with 3pin connector to the module please use adaptor cable
KAB-HSP 200mm (96079-0000-00-0) or KAB-HSP 40mm (96079-0000-00-2)
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4
Features and Interfaces
4.1
LPC
The Low Pin Count (LPC) Interface signals are connected to the LPC Bus bridge located in the CPU or chipset. The LPC low
speed interface can be used for peripheral circuits such as an external Super I/O Controller, which typically combines
legacy-device support into a single IC. The implementation of this subsystem complies with the COM Express®
Specification. Implementation information is provided in the COM Express® Design Guide maintained by PICMG. Please
refer to the official PICMG documentation for additional information.
The LPC bus does not support DMA (Direct Memory Access) and a clock buffer is required when more than one device is
used on LPC. This leads to limitations for ISA bus and SIO (standard I/O´s like Floppy or LPT interfaces) implementations.
All Kontron COM Express® Computer-on-Modules imply BIOS support for following external baseboard LPC Super I/O
controller features for the Winbond/Nuvoton 5V 83627HF/G and 3.3V 83627DHG-P:
83627HF/G
Phoenix BIOS
AMI CORE8
AMI Aptio
PS/2
YES
YES
YES
COM1/COM2
YES
YES
YES
LPT
YES
YES
YES
HWM
YES
YES
NO
Floppy
NO
NO
NO
GPIO
NO
NO
NO
83627DHG-P
Phoenix BIOS
AMI CORE8
AMI Aptio
PS/2
YES
YES
YES
COM1/COM2
YES
YES
YES
LPT
YES
YES
YES
HWM
NO
NO
NO
Floppy
NO
NO
NO
GPIO
NO
NO
NO
Features marked as not supported do not exclude OS support (e.g. HWM can be accessed via SMB). For any other LPC
Super I/O additional BIOS implementations are necessary. Please contact your local sales or support for further details.
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4.2
M.A.R.S.
The Smart Battery implementation for Kontron Computer-on-Modules called Mobile Application for Rechargeable Systems
is a BIOS extension for external Smart Battery Manager or Charger. It includes support for SMBus charger/selector (e.g.
Linear Technology LTC1760 Dual Smart Battery System Manager) and provides ACPI compatibility to report battery
information to the Operating System.
Reserved SM-Bus addresses for Smart Battery Solutions on the carrier:
8-bit Address
7-bit Address
Device
12h
0x09
SMART_CHARGER
14h
0x0A
SMART_SELECTOR
16h
0x0B
SMART_BATTERY
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4.3
JIDA16 and JIDA32
JIDA16 (JUMPtec® Intelligent Device Architecture) is a BIOS interface which allows programs running in Real Mode
operating systems (i.e. MS DOS) to call certain functions implemented in the BIOS. These functions can be used to get
module information, make settings and access the I2C Bus and the Watchdog unit. JIDA16 functions are INT 15h BIOS calls
which are only available in 16 Bit Real Mode operating systems.
For 32bit operating systems (i.e. WindowsXP, Windows 7, Windows CE, VxWorks, Linux) a different JIDA implementation
called JIDA32 is implemented. The same common driver for all JIDA32 capable modules talks to the JIDA32 part in the
BIOS, which is hardware dependent to interact with the hardware.
Please refer to EMD Customer Section for detailed documentation, JIDA utilities and Libraries for DOS, Windows, Linux,
VxWorks or QNX.
Usage of JIDA16 and JIDA32
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4.4
K-Station 1
Based on the JIDA32 interface users can implement advanced board functionality in their application. As an example
utility Kontron provides K-Station for most 32bit Windows Operating Systems. K-Station 1 is a summary of command line
utilities (Shell Tools) for easy access to JIDA32 BIOS implementations. Second part of K-Station is a JAVA based example
GUI which gives a view an all available features using the Shell Tools.
Following K-Station Shell Tools are available:
» KSystemSummary.exe (System Information)
» KGenInfo.exe (Module Information)
» KCPUPerf.exe (CPU Throttling control)
» KHWMon.exe (Hardware Monitoring)
» KI2CBus.exe (I2C and SMBus access)
» KIOPort.exe (GPIO control)
» KStorage.exe (JIDA EEPROM access to user bytes)
» KVGATool.exe (LVDS Backlight control)
» KWDog.exe (Watchdog control)
» KAMIMod.exe (AMICore8 BIOS Modification with Bootlogo or Usercode …)
» KFlash.exe (AMICore8 BIOS Update)
The full K-Station package, the stand-alone Shell Tools with drivers, example batch files and documentation is available
on EMD Customer Section for free.
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4.5
GPIO - General Purpose Input and Output
The offers 4 General Purpose Input (GPI) pins and 4 General Purpose Output (GPO) pins. On a 3.3V level digital in- and
outputs are available.
Signal
Pin
Description
GPI0
A54
General Purpose Input 0
GPI1
A63
General Purpose Input 1
GPI2
A67
General Purpose Input 2
GPI3
A85
General Purpose Input 3
GPO0
A93
General Purpose Output 0
GPO1
B54
General Purpose Output 1
GPO2
B57
General Purpose Output 2
GPO3
B63
General Purpose Output 3
Configuration
The GPI and GPO pins can be configured via JIDA32/K-Station. Please refer to the JIDA32/K-Station manual in the driver
download packet on our customer section.
To enable GPIO functionality, modules with HW revision CE 1.x.x must be reworked. Contact
your local sales or support for further information. On modules with HW revision CE 4.x.x
and BIOS R115 or newer GPIO/SDIO can be switched via BIOS setup option
The General Purpose Inputs and Outputs are not applicable to drive applications faster than
2ms. It’s recommended to use data transfer rates only up to 1 kHz.
General Purpose Outputs are high impedance until first write access
There is one IO Port controlled via onboard CPLD (1 Byte, Port 0) available and the 4 Inputs and 4 Outputs are fixed in
direction. To access the GPIOs use the JIDA32 interface. You can write to a General Purpose Output with the upper half
byte. To read a General purpose Input use the lower half byte.
Bit of GPIO Port0
Function
COM Express Pin
0
GPI0
A54
1
GPI1
A63
2
GPI2
A67
3
GPI3
A85
4
GPO0
A93
5
GPO1
B54
6
GPO2
B57
7
GPO3
B63
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4.6
Watchdog Timer
You can configure the Watchdog Timer (WDT) in BIOS setup to start after a set amount of time after power-on boot. The
WDT can also be controlled by the JIDA32 Library API. The application software should strobe the WDT to prevent its
timeout. Upon timeout, the WDT resets and restarts the system. This provides a way to recover from program crashes or
lockups.
Configuration
You can program the timeout period for the watchdog timer in two ranges:
» 1-second increments from 1 to 255 seconds
» 1-minute increments from 1 to 255 minutes
Contact Kontron Embedded Modules technical support for information on programming and operating the WDT.
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4.7
Speedstep Technology
The Intel® processors offers the Intel® Enhanced SpeedStep™ technology that automatically switches between maximum
performance mode and battery-optimized mode, depending on the needs of the application being run. It let you
customize high performance computing on your applications. When powered by a battery or running in idle mode, the
processor drops to lower frequencies (by changing the CPU ratios) and voltage, conserving battery life while maintaining
a high level of performance. The frequency is set back automatically to the high frequency, allowing you to customize
performance.
In order to use the Intel® Enhanced SpeedStep™ technology the operating system must support SpeedStep™ technology.
By disabling the SpeedStep feature in the BIOS, manual control/modification of CPU performance is possible. Setup the
CPU Performance State in the BIOS Setup or use 3rd party software to control CPU Performance States.
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4.8
C-States
New generation platforms include power saving features like SuperLFM, EIST (P-States) or C-States in O/S idle mode.
Activated C-States are able to dramatically decrease power consumption in idle mode by reducing the Core Voltage or
switching of parts of the CPU Core, the Core Clocks or the CPU Cache.
Following C-States are defined:
C-State
Description
Function
C0
Operating
CPU fully turned on
C1
Halt State
Stops CPU main internal clocks via software
C1E
Enhanced Halt
Similar to C1, additionally reduces CPU voltage
C2
Stop Grant
Stops CPU internal and external clocks via hardware
C2E
Extended Stop Grant
Similar to C2, additionally reduces CPU voltage
C3
Deep Sleep
Stops all CPU internal and external clocks
C3E
Extended Stop Grant
Similar to C3, additionally reduces CPU voltage
C4
Deeper Sleep
Reduces CPU voltage
C4E
Enhanced Deeper Sleep
Reduces CPU voltage even more and turns off the memory cache
C6
Deep Power Down
Reduces the CPU internal voltage to any value, including 0V
C7
Deep Power Down
Similar to C6, additionally LLC (LastLevelCache) is switched off
C-States are usually enabled by default for low power consumption, but active C-States my influence performance
sensitive applications or real-time systems.
» Active C6-State may influence data transfer on external Serial Ports
» Active C7-State may cause lower CPU and Graphics performance
It's recommended to disable C-States / Enhanced C-States in BIOS Setup if any problems occur.
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4.9
ACPI Suspend Modes and Resume Events
The ETX®-CD supports the S3 state (=Save to Ram). S4 (=Save to Disk) is not supported by the BIOS (S4_BIOS) but S4_OS
is supported by the following operating systems:
» Windows XP
» Windows Vista
» Windows 7
The following events resume the system from S3:
» USB Keyboard (1)
» USB Mouse (1)
» Power Button
» WakeOnLan (2)
The following events resume the system from S4:
» Power Button
» WakeOnLan (2)
The following events resume the system from S5:
» Power Button
» WakeOnLan (2)
(1) OS must support wake up via USB devices and baseboard must power the USB Port with
StBy-Voltage
(2) WakeOnLan must be enabled in BIOS setup and driver options
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4.10
ISA Bus Limitation
Memory accesses are not supported on the ISA bus. I/O accesses are only supported if they fall into one of the 4 generic
decode ranges provided by the chipset. If a plugin ISA card is using registers in I/O space, this address range has to be
enabled explicitely using the decode range and size setup items provided under the menu “Advanced” → “Advanced
Chipset Control” → “ISA Options”.
The following devices may also consume a generic decode range which can no longer be used for plugin cards. “Advanced”
→ “I/O device Configuration” → “SIO Options”
» “External SIO”: SIO2 config space, if this range is released (item set to disabled), none of the devices in the
external SIO will work
» Serial Port C/D: consumes one range if either one or both COMs are enabled
» External LPT: Consumes one range if enabled
“Advanced” → “Hardware Monitor”
» “Hardware Monitor”: consumes one range if enabled, disable if you don't require HWM support.
the BIOS doesn't check the range and size values set in the ISA Options menu. Ensure that
theses values do not conflict with other legacy and PCI I/O resources. Resource conflicts
may render the board inoperable.
If the number of generic decode ranges is exhausted, a conflict marker will be displayed
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5
5.1
System Resources
Interrupt Request (IRQ) Lines
In 8259 PIC mode:
IRQ #
Used For
Available
0
Timer0
No
Comment
1
Keyboard
No
2
Slave 8259
No
3
COM2
No
Note (1)
4
COM1
No
Note (1)
5
LPT2
Yes
Note (2)
6
Floppy Drive Controller
No
Note (1)
7
LPT1
No
Note (1)
8
RTC
No
9
SCI
No
10
COM3
Yes
Note (2)
11
COM4
Yes
Note (2)
12
PS/2 Mouse
No
Note (1)
13
FPU
No
14
IDE0
No
Note (1)
15
SATA
No
Note (3)
1 If the “Used For” device is disabled in setup, the corresponding interrupt is available for
other devices.
2 Unavailable if baseboard is equipped with an I/O controller SMC FDC37C669, and the
device is enabled in setup.
3 Unavailable in SATA legacy mode. It cannot be used for PCI, but for ISA bus, when SATA is
in enhanced mode.
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In APIC mode:
IRQ #
Used For
Available
Available for PCI
0
Timer0
No
No
Comment
1
Keyboard
No
No
2
Slave 8259
No
No
3
COM2
No
Yes
Note (1)
4
COM1
No
Yes
Note (1)
5
PCI/LPT2
Yes
Yes
Note (2)
6
Floppy Drive Controller
No
Yes
Note (1)
7
LPT1
No
Yes
Note (1)
8
RTC
No
No
9
SCI
No
No
System Control Interrupt (3)
10
COM3
Yes
Yes
Note (2)
11
COM4
Yes
Yes
Note (2)
12
PS/2 Mouse
No
Yes
Note (1)
13
FPU
No
No
14
IDE0
No
No
15
SATA
No
No
16
PIRQ[A]
For PCI
PCI IRQ line 1 + USB UHCI
controller #0 + Graphics
controller
17
PIRQ[B]
For PCI
PCI IRQ line 2 + AC97 Audio
controller + USB UHCI controller
#1
18
PIRQ[C]
For PCI
PCI IRQ line 3 + USB UHCI
controller #2 + Native IDE
19
PIRQ[D]
For PCI
PCI IRQ line 4 + USB UHCI
controller #3
20
PIRQ[E]
No
Lan Controller
21
PIRQ[F]
No
22
PIRQ[G]
No
23
PIRQ[H]
No
Note (3)
USB EHCI controller
1 If the “Used For” device is disabled in setup, the corresponding interrupt is available for
other devices.
2 Unavailable if baseboard is equipped with an I/O controller SMC FDC37C669, and the
device is enabled in setup.
3 Unavailable in SATA legacy mode. It cannot be used for PCI, but for ISA bus, when SATA is
in enhanced mode.
The ETX®-CD is always booting in PIC mode. This might lead to the fact, that there are no
interrupts for PCI devices available when all onboard and SuperI/O interfaces are enabled.
Then the system stops without booting. The only solution is to deactivate interfaces.
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5.2
Direct Memory Access (DMA) Channels
DMA #
Used for
0
Available
Comment
Yes
1
Yes
2
FDC
No
If the “used-for” device is disabled in setup, the corresponding DMA channel
is available for other devices.
3
LPT
Yes
Unavailable if LPT is used in ECP mode.
4
Cascade
No
5
Yes
6
Yes
7
Yes
5.3
Memory Area
Upper Memory
Used for
Available
C0000h – CFFFFh
VGA BIOS
No
D0000h – DDFFFh
Yes
DE000h – DFFFFh
USB registers
No
E0000h – FFFFFh
System BIOS
No
5.4
Comment
shadow RAM (ISA bus restriction)
I/O Address Map
The I/O-port addresses of the ETX®-CD are functionally identical with a standard PC/AT. The following I/O ports are
additionally used:
I/O Address
Used for
220-227h
COM3
228-22Fh
COM4
2F8-2FFh
COM1
No
Available if device is disabled in setup
370-371h
Configuration space for
SMC controller
No
Available if external I/O controller not used.
3F8-3FFh
COM2
No
Available if device is disabled in setup
1000h >
PCI
No
I/O ports 1000h and above might be allocated by PCI devices or onboard
hardware.
5.5
Available
Comment
Available if external I/O controller not used.
Available if external I/O controller not used.
Inter-IC (I2C) Bus
I2C Address
Used For
Available
Comment
JIDA-Bus-Nr.
A0h
JIDA-EEPROM
No
EEPROM for CMOS data.
0
A2h
JIDA-EEPROM
No
B0h
WD-PIC
No
5.6
0
Reserved for internal use.
0
System Management (SM) Bus
Following SM bus addresses are reserved.
SM Bus Address
SM Device
Comment
JIDA-Bus-Nr.
10h
SMB Host
Do not use under any circumstances.
1
12h
SMART_CHARGER
Not to be used with any SM bus device except a charger
1
14h
SMART_SELECTOR
Not to be used with any SM bus device except a selector
1
16h
SMART_BATTERY
Not to be used with any SM bus device except a battery
1
A0h
SPD
SDRAM EEPROM
1
D2h
Clock generator
Do not use under any circumstances.
1
D4h
Clock generator
Do not use under any circumstances.
1
5.7
JILI-I2C Bus
I2C Address
Used For
Available
Comment
JIDA-Bus-Nr.
A0h
JILI-EEPROM
No
EEPROM for JILI-Data
2
62h
Brightness control
No
MAX536262
2
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6
ETX® Connectors
The pinouts for ETX® Interface Connectors X1, X2, X3, and X4 are documented for convenient reference. Please see the
ETX® Specification and ETX® Design Guide for detailed, design-level information.
6.1
Connector Locations
6.2
General Signal Description
Term
Description
IO-3,3
Bi-directional 3,3 V IO-Signal
IO-5
Bi-directional 5 V IO-Signal
I-3,3
3,3 V Input
I-5
5 V Input
O-3,3
3,3 V Output
O-5
5 V Output
PU
Pull-Up Resistor
PD
Pull-Down Resistor
PWR
Power Connection
Nc
Not Connected / Reserved
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6.3
Connector X1 (PCI bus, USB, Audio)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
GND
2
GND
51
VCC *
52
VCC *
3
PCICLK3
4
PCICLK4
53
PAR
54
SERR#
5
GND
6
GND
55
GPERR#
56
RESERVED
7
PCICLK1
8
PCICLK2
57
PME#
58
USB2#
9
REQ3#
10
GNT3#
59
LOCK#
60
DEVSEL#
11
GNT2#
12
3V
61
TRDY#
62
USB3#
13
REQ2#
14
GNT1#
63
IRDY#
64
STOP#
15
REQ1#
16
3V
65
FRAME#
66
USB2
17
GNT0#
18
RESERVED
67
GND
68
GND
19
VCC *
20
VCC *
69
AD16
70
CBE2#
21
SERIRQ
22
REQ0#
71
AD17
72
USB3
23
AD0
24
3V
73
AD19
74
AD18
25
AD1
26
AD2
75
AD20
76
USB0#
27
AD4
28
AD3
77
AD22
78
AD21
29
AD6
30
AD5
79
AD23
80
USB1#
31
CBE0#
32
AD7
81
AD24
82
CBE3#
33
AD8
34
AD9
83
VCC *
84
VCC *
35
GND
36
GND
85
AD25
86
AD26
37
AD10
38
AUXAL
87
AD28
88
USB0
39
AD11
40
MIC
89
AD27
90
AD29
41
AD12
42
AUXAR
91
AD30
92
USB1
43
AD13
44
ASVCC
93
PCIRST#
94
AD31
45
AD14
46
SNDL
95
INTC#
96
INTD#
47
AD15
48
ASGND
97
INTA#
98
INTB#
49
CBE1#
50
SNDR
99
GND
100
GND
* To protect external power lines of peripheral devices, make sure that:
- the wires have the right diameter to withstand the maximum available current
- the enclosure of the peripheral device fulfils the fire-protection requirements of
IEC/EN60950
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6.3.1
Connector X1 Signal Levels
Pin
Signal
Description
Type
Termination
Comment
1
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
2
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
3
PCICLK3
PCI Clock Slot 3
O-3,3
-
-
4
PCICLK4
PCI Clock Slot 4
O-3,3
-
-
5
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
6
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
7
PCICLK1
PCI Clock Slot 1
O-3,3
-
-
8
PCICLK2
PCI Clock Slot 2
O-3,3
-
-
9
REQ3#
PCI Bus Request 3
I-3,3
PU 8k2 3.3V
8k2 Ohm Resistors
10
GNT3#
PCI Bus Grant 3
O-3,3
-
-
11
GNT2#
PCI Bus Grant 2
O-3,3
-
-
12
3V
Power +3,3V
PWR
-
-
13
REQ2#
PCI Bus Request 2
I-3,3
PU 8k2 3.3V
8k2 Ohm Resistors
14
GNT1#
PCI Bus Grant 1
O-3,3
-
-
15
REQ1#
PCI Bus Request 1
I-3,3
PU 8k2 3.3V
8k2 Ohm Resistors
16
3V
Power +3,3V
PWR
-
-
17
GNT0#
PCI Bus Grant 0
O-3,3
-
-
18
nc
-
nc
-
Reserved
19
VCC
Power +5V
PWR
-
-
20
VCC
Power +5V
PWR
-
-
21
SERIRQ
Serial Interrupt Reqest
IO-3,3
-
12mA Source sink
22
REQ0#
PCI Bus Request 0
I-3,3
PU 8k2 3.3V
8k2 Ohm Resistors
23
AD0
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
24
3V
Power +3,3V
PWR
-
-
25
AD1
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
26
AD2
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
27
AD4
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
28
AD3
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
29
AD6
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
30
AD5
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
31
CBE0#
PCI Bus Command and Byte enables 0
IO-3,3
-
-
32
AD7
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
33
AD8
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
34
AD9
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
35
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
36
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
37
AD10
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
38
AUXAL
Auxiliary Line Input Left
I
PD 4k7 ASGND
1:2 bleeder
39
AD11
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
40
MIC
Microphone Input
I
-
-
41
AD12
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
42
AUXAR
Auxiliary Line Input Right
I
PD 4k7 ASGND
1:2 bleeder
43
AD13
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
44
ASVCC
Analog Supply of Sound Controller
O-5
-
-
45
AD14
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
46
SNDL
Audio Out Left
O
-
-
47
AD15
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
48
ASGND
Analog Ground of Sound Controller
P
-
-
49
CBE1#
PCI Bus Command and Byte enables 1
IO-3,3
-
-
50
SNDR
Audio Out Right
O
-
-
51
VCC
Power +5V
PWR
-
-
52
VCC
Power +5V
PWR
-
-
53
PAR
PCI Bus Parity
IO-3,3
-
-
54
SERR#
PCI Bus System Error
IO-3,3
PU 8k2 3,3V
-
55
GPERR#
PCI Bus Grant Error
IO-3,3
PU 8k2 3,3V
-
56
nc
-
nc
-
Reserved
57
PME#
PCI Power Management Event
IO-3,3
-
int. PU 20k 3,3V
58
USB2#
USB Data- , Port2
IO-3,3
-
int. PD 15k in ICH7
59
LOCK#
PCI Bus Lock
IO-3,3
PU 8k2 3,3V
-
60
DEVSEL#
PCI Bus Device Select
IO-3,3
PU 8k2 3,3V
-
61
TRDY#
PCI Bus Target Ready
IO-3,3
PU 8k2 3,3V
-
62
USB3#
USB Data- , Port3
IO-3,3
-
int. PD 15k in ICH7
63
IRDY#
PCI Bus Initiator Ready
IO-3,3
PU 8k2 3,3V
-
64
STOP#
PCI Bus Stop IO-3,3
PU 8k2
3,3V
-
39
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65
FRAME#
PCI Bus Cycle Frame
IO-3,3
PU 8k2 3,3V
-
66
USB2
USB Data+ , Port2
IO-3,3
-
int. PD 15k in ICH7
67
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
68
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
69
AD16
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
70
CBE2#
PCI Bus Command and Byte enables 2
IO-3,3
-
-
71
AD17
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
72
USB3
USB Data+ , Port3
IO-3,3
-
int. PD 15k in ICH7
73
AD19
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
74
AD18
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
75
AD20
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
76
USB0#
USB Data- , Port0
IO-3,3
-
int. PD 15k in ICH7
77
AD22
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
78
AD21
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
79
AD23
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
80
USB1#
USB Data- , Port1
IO-3,3
-
int. PD 15k in ICH7
81
AD24
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
82
CBE3#
PCI Command and Byte enables 3
IO-3,3
-
-
83
VCC
Power +5V
PWR
-
-
84
VCC
Power +5V
PWR
-
-
85
AD25
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
86
AD26
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
87
AD28
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
88
USB0
USB Data+ , Port0
IO-3,3
-
int. PD 15k in ICH7
89
AD27
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
90
AD29
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
91
AD30
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
92
USB1
USB Data+ , Port1
IO-3,3
-
int. PD 15k in ICH7
93
PCIRST#
PCI Bus Reset
O-3,3
-
-
94
AD31
PCI Adress & Data Bus line
IO-3,3
-
-
95
INTC#
PCI BUS Interrupt Request C
I-3,3
PU 8k2 3,3V
-
96
INTD#
PCI BUS Interrupt Request D
I-3,3
PU 8k2 3,3V
-
97
INTA#
PCI BUS Interrupt Request A
I-3,3
PU 8k2 3,3V
-
98
INTB#
PCI BUS Interrupt Request B
I-3,3
PU 8k2 3,3V
-
99
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
100
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
The termination resistors in this table are already mounted on the ETX® board. Please refer
to the design guide for information about additional termination resistors.
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6.3.2
Connector X1 Signal Description
PCI Bus
The implementation of this subsystem complies with the ETX® Specification. Implementation information is provided in
the ETX® Design Guide. Refer to the documentation for additional information.
USB
Three USB host controllers (two 1.1 UHCI and one EHCI high-speed 2.0 controller) are on the Intel® 82801GB south
bridge device. The USB controllers comply with both versions 1.1 and 2.0 of the USB standard and are backward
compatible. The three controllers implement a root hub, which have two USB ports each.
Configuration
The USB controllers are PCI bus devices. The BIOS allocates required system resources during configuration of the PCI bus.
Audio
The ETX®-CD PCI audio controller is integrated in the Intel® 82801GB southbridge. The audio codec is compatible with
AC97.
Configuration
The audio controller is a PCI bus device. The BIOS allocates required system resources during configuration of the PCI
device.
Serial IRQ
The serial IRQ pin offers a standardized interface to link interrupt request lines to a single wire.
Configuration
The serial IRQ machine is in “Continuous Mode” per default and can be changed in the BIOS setup, the frame size is 21
frames and the start frame pulse width is 4 clocks.
3.3V Power Supply for External Components
The ETX®-CD offers the ability to connect external 3.3V devices to the onboard-generated supply voltage. Pin 12 and Pin
16 of Connector X1 are used to connect to the +3.3V ±5% power supply. The maximum external load is 500mA. Contact
Kontron Embedded Systems Technical Support for help with this feature.
Do not connect 3.3 V pins to external 3.3 V supply.
For additional information, refer to the ETX® Design Guide, I2C application notes, and JIDA specifications, all of which are
available on the Kontron Embedded Systems Web site.
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6.4
Connector X2 (ISA Bus)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
GND
2
GND
51
VCC *
52
VCC 1)
3
SD14
4
SD15
53
SA6
54
IRQ5
5
SD13
6
MASTER#
55
SA7
56
IRQ6
7
SD12
8
DREQ7
57
SA8
58
IRQ7
9
SD11
10
DACK7#
59
SA9
60
SYSCLK
11
SD10
12
DREQ6
61
SA10
62
REFSH#
13
SD9
14
DACK6#
63
SA11
64
DREQ1
15
SD8
16
DREQ5
65
SA12
66
DACK1#
17
MEMW#
18
DACK5#
67
GND
68
GND
19
MEMR#
20
DREQ0
69
SA13
70
DREQ3
21
LA17
22
DACK0#
71
SA14
72
DACK3#
23
LA18
24
IRQ14
73
SA15
74
IOR#
25
LA19
26
IRQ15
75
SA16
76
IOW#
27
LA20
28
IRQ12
77
SA18
78
SA17
29
LA21
30
IRQ11
79
SA19
80
SMEMR#
31
LA22
32
IRQ10
81
IOCHRDY
82
AEN
33
LA23
34
IO16#
83
VCC *
84
VCC *
35
GND
36
GND
85
SD0
86
SMEMW#
37
SBHE#
38
M16#
87
SD2
88
SD1
39
SA0
40
OSC
89
SD3
90
NOWS#
41
SA1
42
BALE
91
DREQ2
92
SD4
43
SA2
44
TC
93
SD5
94
IRQ9 2)
45
SA3
46
DACK2#
95
SD6
96
SD7
47
SA4
48
IRQ3
97
IOCHK#
98
RSTDRV
49
SA5
50
IRQ4
99
GND
100
GND
1) To protect external power lines of peripheral devices, make sure that:
- The wires have the right diameter to withstand the maximum available current.
- The enclosure of the peripheral device fulfils the fire-protection requirements of
IEC/EN60950
2) IRQ9 is used for SCI in ACPI mode. Do not use for legacy ISA devices.
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6.4.1
Connector X2 Signal Levels
Pin
Signal
Description
Type
Termination
Comment
1
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
2
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
3
SD14
ISA Data Bus
IO-5
PU 8k2 5V
-
4
SD15
ISA Data Bus
IO-5
PU 8k2 5V
-
5
SD13
ISA Data Bus
IO-5
PU 8k2 5V
-
6
MASTER#
ISA 16-Bit Master
I-5
PU 330R 5V
-
7
SD12
ISA Data Bus
IO-5
PU 8k2 5V
-
8
DREQ7
ISA DMA Request 7
I-5
PD 8k2
-
9
SD11
ISA Data Bus
IO-5
PU 8k2 5V
-
10
DACK7#
ISA DMA Acknowledge 7
IO-5
-
24mA source cap.
11
SD10
ISA Data Bus
IO-5
PU 8k2 5V
-
12
DREQ6
ISA DMA Request 6
I-5
PD 8k2
-
13
SD9
ISA Data Bus
IO-5
PU 8k2 5V
-
14
DACK6#
ISA DMA Acknowledge 6
IO-5
-
24mA source cap.
15
SD8
ISA Data Bus
IO-5
PU 8k2 5V
-
16
DREQ5
ISA DMA Request 5
I-5
PD 8k2
-
17
MEMW#
ISA Memory Write
IO-5
PU 8k2 5V
-
18
DACK5#
ISA DMA Acknowledge 5
IO-5
-
24mA source cap.
19
MEMR#
ISA Memory Read
IO-5
PU 8k2 5V
-
20
DREQ0
ISA DMA Request 0
I-5
PD 8k2
-
21
LA17
ISA Adress Bus (SA17)
O-5
-
-
22
DACK0#
ISA DMA Acknowledge 0
IO-5
-
24mA source cap.
23
LA18
ISA Adress Bus (SA18)
O-5
-
-
24
IRQ14
ISA Interrupt Request 14 / ROM Chip Select
IO-5
PU 8k2 5V
-
25
LA19
ISA Adress Bus (SA19)
O-5
-
-
26
IRQ15
ISA Interrupt Request 15
I-5
PU 8k2 5V
-
27
LA20
ISA Latchable Adress Bus
O-5
-
-
28
IRQ12
ISA Interrupt Request 12
I-5
PU 8k2 5V
-
29
LA21
ISA Latchable Adress Bus
O-5
-
-
30
IRQ11
ISA Interrupt Request 11
I-5
PU 8k2 5V
-
31
LA22
ISA Latchable Adress Bus
O-5
-
-
32
IRQ10
ISA Interrupt Request 10
I-5
PU 8k2 5V
-
33
LA23
ISA Latchable Adress Bus
O-5
-
-
34
IO16#
ISA 16-Bit I/O Access
I-5
PU 330R 5V
-
35
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
36
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
37
SBHE#
ISA System Byte High Enable
IO-5
-
-
38
M16#
ISA 16-Bit Memory Access
IO-5
PU 330R 5V
-
39
SA0
ISA Adress Bus
O-5
PU 8k2 5V
-
40
OSC
ISA Oscillator (CLK_ISA14#)
O-3,3
-
-
41
SA1
ISA Adress Bus
O-5
PU 8k2 5V
-
42
BALE
ISA Buffer Adress Latch Enable
IO-5
-
-
43
SA2
ISA Adress Bus
O-5
PU 8k2 5V
-
44
TC
ISA Terminal Count
IO-5
-
-
45
SA3
ISA Adress Bus
O-5
PU 8k2 5V
-
46
DACK2#
ISA DMA Acknowledge 2
IO-5
-
-
47
SA4
ISA Adress Bus
O-5
PU 8k2 5V
-
48
IRQ3
ISA Interrupt Request 3
I-5
PU 8k2 5V
-
49
SA5
ISA Adress Bus
O-5
PU 8k2 5V
-
50
IRQ4
ISA Interrupt Request 4
I-5
PU 8k2 5V
-
51
VCC
Power +5V
PWR
-
-
52
VCC
Power +5V
PWR
-
-
53
SA6
ISA Adress Bus
O-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
54
IRQ5
ISA Interrupt Request 5
I-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
55
SA7
ISA Adress Bus
O-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
56
IRQ6
ISA Interrupt Request 6
I-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
57
SA8
ISA Adress Bus
O-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
58
IRQ7
ISA Interrupt Request 7
I-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
59
SA9
ISA Adress Bus
O-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
60
SYSCLK
ISA Bus Clock (CLK_SYS_ISA)
O-3,3
-
-
61
SA10
ISA Adress Bus
O-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
62
REFSH#
ISA System Refresh Control
IO-3,3
PU 1k 5V
-
63
SA11
ISA Adress Bus
O-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
64
DREQ1
ISA DMA Request 1
I-3,3
PD 8k2
-
43
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65
SA12
ISA Adress Bus
O-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
66
DACK1#
ISA DMA Acknowledge 1
IO-3,3
-
-
67
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
68
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
69
SA13
ISA Adress Bus
O-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
70
DREQ3
ISA DMA Request 3
I-3,3
PD 8k2
-
71
SA14
ISA Adress Bus
O-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
72
DACK3#
ISA DMA Acknowledge 3
IO-3,3
-
-
73
SA15
ISA Adress Bus
O-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
74
IOR#
ISA I/O Read
IO-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
75
SA16
ISA Adress Bus
O-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
76
IOW#
ISA I/O Write
IO-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
77
SA18
ISA Adress Bus
O-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
78
SA17
ISA Adress Bus
O-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
79
SA19
ISA Adress Bus
O-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
80
SMEMR#
ISA System Memory Read
IO-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
81
IOCHRDY
ISA I/O Channel Ready
IO-3,3
PU 1k 5V
-
82
AEN
ISA Adress Enable
IO-3,3
-
-
83
VCC
Power +5V
PWR
-
-
84
VCC
Power +5V
PWR
-
-
85
SD0
ISA Data Bus
IO-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
86
SMEMW#
ISA System Memory Write
IO-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
87
SD2
ISA Data Bus
IO-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
88
SD1
ISA Data Bus
IO-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
89
SD3
ISA Data Bus
IO-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
90
NOWS#
ISA No Wait Staits
I-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
91
DREQ2
ISA DMA Request 2
I-3,3
PD 8k2
-
92
SD4
ISA Data Bus
IO-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
93
SD5
ISA Data Bus
IO-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
94
IRQ9
ISA Interrupt Request 9
I-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
95
SD6
ISA Data Bus
IO-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
96
SD7
ISA Data Bus
IO-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
97
IOCHK#
ISA I/O Channel Check
I-3,3
PU 8k2 5V
-
98
RSTDRV
ISA Reset
O-3,3
-
-
99
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
100
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
The termination resistors in this table are already mounted on the ETX® board. Please refer
to the design guide for information about additional termination resistors.
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6.4.2
Connector X2 Signal Description
ISA Bus
The implementation of this subsystem complies with the ETX® Specification. Implementation information is provided in
the ETX® Design Guide. Refer to the documentation for additional information.
Restrictions:
Memory Transfer: According to the used LPC 2 ISA solution only memory transfer in the Firmware HUB memory range and
with Firmware HUB commands is possible. The Firmware HUB range is from FED4:0000 to FED4:0FFF
I/O Transfer: Only two generic decoding ranges are available which can be selected in the BIOS setup with a maximum size
of 256 Byte. This works of course only, when there are no other devices connected to that I/O ports in that range. It can
be that there is only one decoding range available, when there are the COM and/or parallel ports of an external SuperI/O
controller used.
Signal level: The signal level of the used Fintec controller is 3,3V, 5V tolerant. To achieve the 5V level, most of the signals
are pulled up to 5V.
6.5
Connector X3 (VGA, LCD, Video, COM1 and COM2, LPT/Floppy,
Mouse, Keyboard)
Flat-Panel Interfaces
ETX®-CD modules can implement an LVDS flat-panel interface called JUMPtec Intelligent LVDS Interface (JILI). These
modules do not implement a parallel digital flat-panel interface called JUMPtec Intelligent Digital Interface (JIDI).
LVDS Interface Pinout (JILI)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
GND
2
GND
3
R
4
B
5
HSY
6
G
7
VSY
8
DDCK
9
DETECT# 2)
10
DDDA
11
LCDDO16
12
LCDDO18
13
LCDDO17
14
LCDDO19
15
GND
16
GND
17
LCDDO13
18
LCDDO15
19
LCDDO12
20
LCDDO14
21
GND
22
GND
23
LCDDO8
24
LCDDO11
25
LCDDO9
26
LCDDO10
27
GND
28
GND
29
LCDDO4
30
LCDDO7
31
LCDDO5
32
LCDDO6
33
GND
34
GND
35
LCDDO1
36
LCDDO3
37
LCDDO0
38
LCDDO2
39
VCC 1)
40
VCC 1)
41
JILI_DAT
42
LTGIO0 2)
43
JILI_CLK
44
BLON#
45
BIASON 2)
46
DIGON
47
COMP 2)
48
Y 2)
49
SYNC 2)
50
C 2)
1) To protect external power lines of peripheral devices, make sure that:
- the wires have the right diameter to withstand the maximum available current
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- the enclosure of the peripheral device fulfils the fire-protection requirements of
IEC/EN60950.
2) This signal is not supported on the ETX®-CD.
Parallel Port / Floppy Interfaces
You can configure ETX®-CD’s parallel port interfaces as conventional PC parallel ports or as an interface for a floppy-disk
drive. You can select the operating mode in the BIOS settings and by a hardware mode-select pin.
If Pin X3-51 (LPT/FLPY#) is grounded at boot time, the floppy support mode is selected. If the pin is left floating or is held
high, parallel-port mode is selected. The mode selection is determined at boot time. It cannot be changed until the next
boot cycle.
Parallel Port Mode Pinout
Floppy Support Mode Pinout
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
51
LPT/FLPY#
52
RESERVED
51
LPT/FLPY#
52
RESERVED
53
VCC *
54
GND
53
VCC *
54
GND
55
STB#
56
AFD#
55
RESERVED
56
DENSEL
57
RESERVED
58
PD7
57
RESERVED
58
RESERVED
59
IRRX
60
ERR#
59
IRRX
60
HDSEL#
61
IRTX
62
PD6
61
IRTX
62
RESERVED
63
RXD2
64
INIT#
63
RXD2
64
DIR#
65
GND
66
GND
65
GND
66
GND
67
RTS2#
68
PD5
67
RTS2#
68
RESERVED
69
DTR2#
70
SLIN#
69
DTR2#
70
STEP#
71
DCD2#
72
PD4
71
DCD2#
72
DSKCHG#
73
DSR2#
74
PD3
73
DSR2#
74
RDATA#
75
CTS2#
76
PD2
75
CTS2#
76
WP#
77
TXD2
78
PD1
77
TXD2
78
TRK0#
79
RI2#
80
PD0
79
RI2#
80
INDEX#
81
VCC *
82
VCC*
81
VCC *
82
VCC *
83
RXD1
84
ACK#
83
RXD1
84
DRV
85
RTS1#
86
BUSY
85
RTS1#
86
MOT
87
DTR1#
88
PE
87
DTR1#
88
WDATA#
89
DCD1#
90
SLCT#
89
DCD1#
90
WGATE#
91
DSR1#
92
MSCLK
91
DSR1#
92
MSCLK
93
CTS1#
94
MSDAT
93
CTS1#
94
MSDAT
95
TXD1
96
KBCLK
95
TXD1
96
KBCLK
97
RI1#
98
KBDAT
97
RI1#
98
KBDAT
99
GND
100
GND
99
GND
100
GND
*To protect external power lines of peripheral devices, make sure that:
- the wires have the right diameter to withstand the maximum available current
- the enclosure of the peripheral device fulfils the fire-protection requirements of
IEC/EN60950
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6.5.1
Connector X3 (Signal Levels)
Pin
Signal
Description
Type
Termination
Comment
1
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
2
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
3
R
Analog Video Out RGB - Red Channel
O
-
-
4
B
Analog Video Out RGB - Blue Channel
O
-
-
5
HSY
Horizontal Synchronization Pulse
O-3,3
-
-
6
G
Analog Video Out RGB - Green Channel
O
-
-
7
VSY
Vertical Synchronization Pulse
O-3,3
-
-
8
DDCK
Display Data Channel Clock
IO-5
PU 2k2 5V
-
9
DETECT#
Panel Hot-Plug Detection
nc
-
not supported
10
DDDA
Display Data Channel Data
IO-5
PU 2k2 5V
-
11
LCDDO16
LVDS Channel Data
O
-
-
12
LCDDO18
LVDS Channel Data
O
-
-
13
LCDDO17
LVDS Channel Data
O
-
-
14
LCDDO19
LVDS Channel Data
O
-
-
15
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
16
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
17
LCDDO13
LVDS Channel Data
O
-
-
18
LCDDO15
LVDS Channel Data
O
-
-
19
LCDDO12
LVDS Channel Data
O
-
-
20
LCDDO14
LVDS Channel Data
O
-
-
21
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
22
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
23
LCDDO8
LVDS Channel Data
O
-
-
24
LCDDO11
LVDS Channel Data
O
-
-
25
LCDDO9
LVDS Channel Data
O
-
-
26
LCDDO10
LVDS Channel Data
O
-
-
27
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
28
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
29
LCDDO4
LVDS Channel Data
O
-
-
30
LCDDO7
LVDS Channel Data
O
-
-
31
LCDDO5
LVDS Channel Data
O
-
-
32
LCDDO6
LVDS Channel Data
O
-
-
33
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
34
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
35
LCDDO1
LVDS Channel Data
O
-
-
36
LCDDO3
LVDS Channel Data
O
-
-
37
LCDDO0
LVDS Channel Data
O
-
-
38
LCDDO2
LVDS Channel Data
O
-
-
39
VCC
Power +5V
PWR
-
-
40
VCC
Power +5V
PWR
-
-
41
JILI_DAT
JILI I2C Data Signal
IO-3,3
PU 2k2 3,3V
-
42
LTGIO0
PWM Brightness control for LCD
O-3,3
-
-
43
JILI_CLK
JILI I2C Clock Signal
IO-3,3
PU 2k2 3,3V
-
44
BLON#
Display Backlight On
O-3,3
-
-
45
BIASON
Display Contrast
nc
-
not supported
46
DIGON
Display Power On
O-3,3
-
-
47
COMP
Composite Video / SCART Blue
O
-
-
48
Y
S-Video Luminance / SCART Red
O
-
-
49
SYNC
-
nc
-
Not supported
50
C
S-Video Chrominance / SCART Green
O
-
-
51
LPT / FLPY#
LPT / Floppy Interface Configuration Input
I-5
PU 4k7 5V
High: LPT, Low: Floppy
52
nc
-
nc
-
Reserved
53
VCC
Power +5V
PWR
-
-
54
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
55
STB# / nc
LPT Strobe Signal
O-5
-
-
56
AFD# / DENSEL
LPT Automatic Feed / Floppy Density Select
O-5
-
-
57
nc
-
nc
-
Reserved
58
PD7 / nc
LPT Data Bus D7
IO-5
-
-
59
IRRX
Infrared Receive
I-5
-
-
60
ERR# / HDSEL#
LPT Error / Floppy Head Select
IO-5
-
-
61
IRTX
Infrared Transmit
O-5
-
-
62
PD6 / nc
LPT Data Bus D6
IO-5
-
-
63
RXD2
Data Receive COM2
I-5
PU 100k 5V
-
64
INIT# / DIR#
LPT Initiate / Floppy Direction
O-5
-
-
47
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65
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
66
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
67
RTS2#
Request to Send COM2
O-5
PU 100k 5V
-
68
PD5 / nc
LPT Data Bus D5
IO-5
-
-
69
DTR2#
Data Terminal Ready COM2
O-5
PU 100k 5V
-
70
SLIN# / STEP#
LPT Select / Floppy Motor Step
O-5
-
-
71
DCD2#
Data Carrier Detect COM2
I-5
PU 100k 5V
-
72
PD4 / DSKCHG#
LPT Data Bus D4 / Floppy Disk Change
IO-5
-
-
73
DSR2#
Data Set Ready COM2
I-5
PU 100k 5V
-
74
PD3 / RDATA#
LPT Data Bus D3 / Floppy Raw Data Read
IO-5
-
-
75
CTS2#
Clear to Send COM2
I-5
PU 100k 5V
-
76
PD2 / WP#
LPT Data Bus D2 / Floppy Write Protect Signal
IO-5
-
-
77
TXD2
Data Transmit COM2
O-5
PU 100k 5V
Bootstrap PU 4k7 5V
78
PD1 / TRK0#
LPT Data Bus D1 / Floppy Track Signal
IO-5
-
-
79
RI2#
Ring Indicator COM2
I-5
PU 100k 5V
-
80
PD0 / INDEX#
LPT Data Bus D0 / Floppy Index Signal
IO-5
-
-
81
VCC
Power +5V
PWR
-
-
82
VCC
Power +5V
PWR
-
-
83
RXD1
Data Receive COM1
I-5
PU 100k 5V
-
84
ACK# / DRV
LPT Acknowledge / Floppy Drive Select
IO-5
-
-
85
RTS1#
Request to Send COM1
O-5
PU 100k 5V
Bootstrap PU 4k7 5V
(open)
86
BUSY / MOT
LPT Busy / Floppy Motor Select
IO-5
-
-
87
DTR1#
Data Terminal Ready COM1
O-5
PU 100k 5V
Bootstrap PU 4k7 5V
88
PE / WDATA#
LPT Paper Empty / Floppy Raw Write Data
IO-5
-
-
89
DCD1#
Data Carrier Detect COM1
I-5
PU 100k 5V
-
90
SLCT#/WGATE#
LPT Power On / Floppy Write Enable
IO-5
-
-
91
DSR1#
Data Set Ready COM1
I-5
PU 100k 5V
-
92
MSCLK
Mouse Clock
O-5
PU 4k7 5V
-
93
CTS1#
Clear to Send COM1
I-5
PU 100k 5V
-
94
MSDAT
Mouse Data
IO-5
PU 4k7 5V
-
95
TXD1
Data Transmit COM1
O-5
PU 100k 5V
Bootstrap PU 4k7 5V
96
KBCLK
Keyboard Clock
O-5
PU 4k7 5V
-
97
RI1#
Ring Indicator COM1
I-5
PU 100k 5V
-
98
KBDAT
Keyboard Data
IO-5
PU 4k7 5V
-
99
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
100
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
The termination resistors in this table are already mounted on the ETX® board. Please refer
to the design guide for information about additional termination resistors.
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6.5.2
Connector X3 Signal Description
VGA Output
LVDS Flat Panel Interface (JILI)
The user interface for flat panels is the JUMPtec Intelligent LVDS Interface (JILI). The implementation of this subsystem
complies with the ETX® Specification. Implementation information is provided in the ETX® Design Guide. Refer to the
documentation for additional information.
Digital Flat Panel Interface (JIDI)
The ETX®-CD does not support the JUMPtec Intelligent Digital Interface (JIDI).
Serial Ports (1 and 2)
The ETX®-CD supports two serial interfaces (TTL). You can use COM2 for IrDA SIR operation. This feature is implemented in
the super I/O device, which is a Winbond 83627HF. The implementation of the serial interface complies with the ETX®
Specification. Implementation information is provided in the ETX® Design Guide. Refer to the documentation for
additional information.
Configuration:
The serial-communication interface uses I/O and IRQ resources. The resources are allocated by the BIOS during POST
configuration and are set to be compatible with common PC/AT settings. Use the BIOS setup to change some parameters
that relate to the serial-communication interface.
PS/2 Keyboard
The implementation of the keyboard interface complies with the ETX® Specification. Implementation information is
provided in the ETX® Design Guide. Refer to the documentation for additional information.
Configuration:
The keyboard uses I/O and IRQ resources. The BIOS allocates the resources during POST configuration. The resources are
set to be compatible with common PC/AT settings. Use the BIOS setup to change some keyboard-related parameters.
PS/2 Mouse
The implementation of the mouse interface complies with the ETX® Specification. Implementation information is
provided in the ETX® Design Guide. Refer to the documentation for additional information.
Configuration:
The mouse uses I/O and IRQ resources. The BIOS allocates the resources during POST configuration. The resources are set
to be compatible with common PC/AT settings. You can change some mouse-related parameters from the BIOS setup.
IrDA
The ETX®-CD is capable of IrDA SIR operation. This feature is implemented in the Winbond 83627HF. Contact Kontron
Embedded Systems for help with this feature.
Parallel Port
The parallel-communication interface shares signals with the floppy-disk interface. The implementation of this parallel
port complies with the ETX® Specification. Implementation information is provided in the ETX® Design Guide. Refer to
the documentation for additional information.
Configuration:
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The parallel-communication interface uses I/O, IRQ, and DMA resources. The resources are allocated by the BIOS during
POST configuration and are set to be compatible with common PC/AT settings. You can change some parameters of the
parallel-communication interface through the BIOS setup.
Floppy
The floppy-disk interface shares signals with the parallel-communication interface. The floppy interface is limited to one
drive (drive_1). A standard floppy cable has two connectors for floppy drives. One connector has a non-twisted cable
leading to it, the other has a twisted cable leading to it. When using the floppy interface you must connect the floppy
drive to the connector (drive_1) that has the non-twisted cable leading to it.
The implementation of this subsystem complies with the ETX® Specification. Implementation information is provided in
the ETX® Design Guide. Refer to the documentation for additional information.
Configuration: The floppy-disk controller uses I/O, IRQ, and direct memory access (DMA) resources. These resources are
allocated by BIOS during POST configuration and are compatible with common PC/AT settings. You can change some
parameters of the parallel-communication interface through the BIOS setup.
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6.6
Connector X4 Subsystems
6.6.1
Connector X4 (IDE 1, IDE 2, Ethernet, Miscellaneous)
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
GND
2
GND
51
SIDE_IOW# 2)
52
PIDE_IOR#
3
5V_SB
4
PWGIN
53
SIDE_DRQ 2)
54
PIDE_IOW#
5
PS_ON
6
SPEAKER
55
SIDE_D15 2)
56
PIDE_DRQ
7
PWRBTN#
8
BATT
57
SIDE_D0 2)
58
PIDE_D15
9
KBINH#
10
LILED#
59
SIDE_D14 2)
60
PIDE_D0
11
RSMRST#
12
ACTLED#
61
SIDE_D1 2)
62
PIDE_D14
13
ROMKBCS# 2)
14
SPEEDLED#
63
SIDE_D13 2)
64
PIDE_D1
15
EXT_PRG 2)
16
I2CLK
65
GND
66
GND
17
VCC 1)
18
VCC 1)
67
SIDE_D2 2)
68
PIDE_D13
19
OVCR#
20
GPCS# 2)
69
SIDE_D12 2)
70
PIDE_D2
21
EXTSMI#
22
I2DAT
71
SIDE_D3 2)
72
PIDE_D12
23
SMBCLK
24
SMBDATA
73
SIDE_D11 2)
74
PIDE_D3
25
SIDE_CS3# 2)
26
RESERVED
75
SIDE_D4 2)
76
PIDE_D11
27
SIDE_CS1# 2)
28
DASP_S 2)
77
SIDE_D10 2)
78
PIDE_D4
29
SIDE_A2 2)
30
PIDE_CS3#
79
SIDE_D5 2)
80
PIDE_D10
31
SIDE_A0 2)
32
PIDE_CS1#
81
VCC
82
VCC 1)
33
GND
34
GND
83
SIDE_D9 2)
84
PIDE_D5
35
PDIAG_S 2)
36
PIDE_A2
85
SIDE_D6 2)
86
PIDE_D9
37
SIDE_A1 2)
38
PIDE_A0
87
SIDE_D8 2)
88
PIDE_D6
39
SIDE_INTRQ 2)
40
PIDE_A1
89
RESERVED
90
RESERVED
41
RESERVED
42
RESERVED
91
RXD#
92
PIDE_D8
43
SIDE_AK# 2)
44
PIDE_INTRQ
93
RXD
94
SIDE_D7
45
SIDE_RDY 2)
46
PIDE_AK#
95
TXD#
96
PIDE_D7
47
SIDE_IOR# 2)
48
PIDE_RDY
97
TXD
98
HDRST#
49
VCC 1)
50
VCC 1)
99
GND
100
GND
1) To protect external power lines of peripheral devices, make sure that:
- the wires have the right diameter to withstand the maximum available current
- the enclosure of the peripheral device fulfils the fire-protection requirements of
IEC/EN60950
2) This signal is not supported on the ETX®-CD.
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6.6.2
Connector X4 (Signal Levels)
Pin
Signal
Description
Type
Termination
Comment
1
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
2
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
3
5V_SB
Supply of internal suspend Circuit
I
-
-
4
PWGIN
Power Good / Reset Input
I-3,3
PU 10k 3,3V_SB
-
5
PS_ON
Power Supply On
O-3,3
PU 10k 3,3V
-
6
SPEAKER
Speaker Output
O-3.3
-
int. PD 20k ( ICH7-M)
7
PWRBTN#
Power Button
I-3,3
PU 4k7 3,3V
-
8
BATT
Battery Supply
I
-
-
9
KBINH
Keyboard Inhibit Control Input
I-5
-
-
10
LILED
Ethernet Link LED
O-3,3
-
-
11
RSMRST#
Resume Reset
nc
PU 10k 3,3V
Not supported
12
ACTLED
Ethernet Activity LED
O-3,3
-
-
13
ROMKBCS#
-
nc
-
not supported
14
SPEEDLED
Ethernet Speed LED
O-3,3
-
on at 100Mb/s
15
EXT_PRG
-
nc
-
not supported
16
I2CLK
I2C Bus Clock
O-5
PU 2k2 5V
-
17
VCC
Power +5V
PWR
-
-
18
VCC
Power +5V
PWR
-
-
19
OVCR#
Over Current Detect for USB
I-3,3
PU 10k 3,3V
-
20
GPCS#
-
nc
-
not supported
21
EXTSMI#
System Management Interrupt Input
I-3,3
PU 10k 3,3V
-
22
I2DAT
I2C Bus Data
IO-5
PU 2k2 5V
-
23
SMBCLK
SM Bus Clock
O-3,3
PU 2k2 3,3V
-
24
SMBDATA
SM Bus Data
IO-3,3
PU 2k2 3,3V
-
25
SIDE_CS3#
-
nc
-
not supported
26
SMBALRT#
SMB Alert
I-3,3
PU 2k2 3,3V
-
27
SIDE_CS1#
-
nc
-
-
28
DASP_S
-
nc
-
not supported
29
SIDE_A2
-
nc
-
-
30
PIDE_CS3#
Primary IDE Chip Select Channel 1
O-3,3
-
-
31
SIDE_A0
-
nc
-
-
32
PIDE_CS1#
Primary IDE Chip Select Channel 0
O-3,3
-
-
33
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
34
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
35
PDIAG_S
-
nc
-
-
36
PIDE_A2
Primary IDE Adress Bus
O-3,3
-
-
37
SIDE_A1
-
nc
-
-
38
PIDE_A0
Primary IDE Adress Bus
O-3,3
-
-
39
SIDE_INTRQ
-
nc
-
-
40
PIDE_A1
Primary IDE Adress Bus
O-3,3
-
-
41
PM_BATLOW#
Battery Low
I-3,3
PU 8k2 3,3V
-
42
GPE1#
General Purpose Power Event 1
I-3,3
PU 10k 3,3V
GPIO13 on ICH7-M
43
SIDE_AK#
-
nc
-
-
44
PIDE_INTRQ
Primary IDE Interrupt Reqeuest
I-3,3
PU 8k2 3,3V
-
45
SIDE_RDY
-
nc
-
-
46
PIDE_AK#
Primary IDE DMA Acknowledge
O-3,3
-
-
47
SIDE_IOR#
-
nc
-
-
48
PIDE_RDY
Primary IDE Ready
I-3,3
PU 4k7,3V
-
49
VCC
Power +5V
PWR
-
-
50
VCC
Power +5V
PWR
-
-
51
SIDE_IOW#
-
nc
-
-
52
PIDE_IOR#
Primary IDE IO Read
O-3,3
-
-
53
SIDE_DRQ
-
nc
-
-
54
PIDE_IOW#
Primary IDE IO Write
O-3,3
-
-
55
SIDE_D15
-
nc
-
-
56
PIDE_DRQ
Primary IDE DMA Request
I-3,3
PU 11k5 3,3V
-
57
SIDE_D0
-
nc
-
-
58
PIDE_D15
Primary IDE Data Bus
IO
-
-
59
SIDE_D14
-
nc
-
-
60
PIDE_D0
Primary IDE Data Bus
IO
-
-
61
SIDE_D1
-
nc
-
-
62
PIDE_D14
Primary IDE Data Bus
IO
-
-
63
SIDE_D13
-
nc
-
-
64
PIDE_D1
Primary IDE Data Bus
IO
-
-
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65
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
66
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
67
SIDE_D2
-
nc
-
-
68
PIDE_D13
Primary IDE Data Bus
IO
-
-
69
SIDE_D12
-
nc
-
-
70
PIDE_D2
Primary IDE Data Bus
IO
-
-
71
SIDE_D3
-
nc
-
-
72
PIDE_D12
Primary IDE Data Bus
IO
-
-
73
SIDE_D11
-
nc
-
-
74
PIDE_D3
Primary IDE Data Bus
IO
-
-
75
SIDE_D4
-
nc
-
-
76
PIDE_D11
Primary IDE Data Bus
IO
-
-
77
SIDE_D10
-
nc
-
-
78
PIDE_D4
Primary IDE Data Bus
IO
-
-
79
SIDE_D5
-
nc
-
-
80
PIDE_D10
Primary IDE Data Bus
IO
-
-
81
VCC
Power +5V
PWR
-
-
82
VCC
Power +5V
PWR
-
-
83
SIDE_D9
-
nc
-
-
84
PIDE_D5
Primary IDE Data Bus
IO
-
-
85
SIDE_D6
-
nc
-
-
86
PIDE_D9
Primary IDE Data Bus
IO
-
-
87
SIDE_D8
-
nc
-
-
88
PIDE_D6
Primary IDE Data Bus
IO
-
-
89
GPE2#
General Purpose Power Event 1
I-3,3
PU 8k2 3,3V
RI of ICH7
90
CBLID_P#
80-conductor IDE cable Channel 0
I-3,3
PD 10k
-
91
RXD#
Ethernet Receive Differential Signal ( RXD-)
I
-
121R between RXD+/-
92
PIDE_D8
Primary IDE Data Bus
IO
-
-
93
RXD
Ethernet Receive Differential Signal ( RXD+)
I
-
121R between RXD+/-
94
SIDE_D7
-
nc
-
-
95
TXD#
Ethernet Transmit Differential Signal (TXD-)
O
-
100R/C10p between
TXD+/-
96
PIDE_D7
Primary IDE Data Bus
IO
-
int. PD 11k5 ICH7-M
97
TXD
Ethernet Transmit Differential Signal (TXD+)
O
-
100R/C10p between
TXD+/-
98
HDRST#
Hard Drive Reset
O-5
-
-
99
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
100
GND
Ground
PWR
-
-
The termination resistors in this table are already mounted on the ETX® board. Please refer
to the design guide for information about additional termination resistors.
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6.6.3
Connector X4 Signal Description
IDE Ports
The IDE host adapter is capable of DMA-133 operation and supports only one single IDE channel which is connected to the
primary channel of the ETX® connector X4. Per default it is set to DMA-33, to achieve the best compatibility to most
baseboard implementations. Implementation information is provided in the ETX® Design Guide. Refer to those documents
for additional information.
Configuration: The IDE host adapter is a PCI bus device. It is configured by the BIOS during PCI device configuration. You
can disable it in setup. Resources used by the primary IDE host adapter are compatible with the PC/AT.
PHOENIX BIOS will not recognize a Slave device on an IDE port if there is no Master device
connected to the same IDE port. Implementation and limitation information is provided in
the ETX® Design Guide from document revision 2.1. Refer to the documentation for
additional information.
Ethernet
The Ethernet interface is based on the Intel® 82562 Fast Ethernet PCI controller. This 32-bit PCI controller is a fully
integrated 10/100BASE-TX LAN solution. The Ethernet interface requires an external transformer. See the ETX® Design
Guide for suggestions on transformer selection.
Configuration: The Ethernet interface is a PCI device. The BIOS setup automatically configures it during configuration of
the PCI device.
Implementation and limitation information is provided in the ETX® Design Guide. Please
refer to the documentation for additional information.
Power Control
Power Good / Reset Input:
The ETX®-CD provides an external input for a power-good signal or a manual- reset pushbutton. The implementation of
this subsystem complies with the ETX® Specification. Implementation information is provided in the ETX® Design Guide.
Refer to the documentation for additional information.
Power Management
ATX PS Control:
The ETX®-CD can control the main power output of an ATX-style power supply. The implementation of this subsystem
complies with the ETX® Specification. Implementation information is provided in the ETX® Design Guide. Refer to the
documentation for additional information.
External SMI Interrupt
Contact Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH technical support for information on this feature.
Miscellaneous Circuits
Speaker
The implementation of the speaker output complies with the ETX® Specification. Implementation information is provided
in the ETX® Design Guide. Refer to the documentation for additional information.
Battery
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The implementation of the battery input complies with the ETX® Specification. Implementation information is provided in
the ETX® Design Guide. Refer to the documentation for additional information.
In compliance with EN60950, there are at least two current-limiting devices (resistor and diode) between the battery and
the consuming component.
I2C Bus
The I2C Bus is implemented by using general purpose I/O. You also can access the I2C Bus via JUMPtec’s Intelligent Device
Architecture (JIDA) BIOS functions. For additional information, refer to the ETX® Design Guide, I2C application notes and
JIDA specifications which are available at the Kontron Web site.
SM Bus
System Management (SM) bus signals are connected to the SM bus controller, which is located in the southbridge (Intel
82801GBM) device. For more information about the SM bus, please see the System Management (SM) Bus section in the
Appendix A: System Resources chapter.
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6.7
Feature Connector J11
6.7.1
SDVO Output
The ETX®-CD Serial Digital Video Out port is integrated in the Intel® 945GM northbridge. It has the following features:
» Serial Digital Video Out Port (SDVOB & SDVOC) support
» Two 12-bit channels
» The SDVO B/C ports can drive a variety of SDVO devices (TV-Out Encoders, TMDS and LVDS transmitters, etc.)
6.7.2
SDVO Connector and Flat Foil Cable
Connector and flat foil cable information for the SDVO connector (J11) located on the bottom side.
Flat Foil Cable
» YOUNGSHIN MCAB45x150B05
» 45pos,150 mm length, 0.5mm pitch, both ends opposite sides
Connector
» Hirose - FH12-45S-0.5SH
» 0.50mm (.020”) Pitch FFC/FPC Connector, Horizontal Right Angle, SMT, 45 Circuits
6.7.3
Pinout Feature Connector J11
Pin
Pin on J11
Description
1
GND1
Ground
2
SDVOC_CLKN
Channel C; Clock negative
3
SDVOC_CLKN
Channel C; Clock positive
4
GND2
Ground
5
SDVOC_GREENN
Channel C; Green negative
6
SDVOC_GREENP
Channel C; Green positive
7
GND3
Ground
8
SDVOB_CLKN
Channel B; Clock negative
9
SDVOB_CLKN
Channel B; Clock positive
10
GND4
Ground
11
SDVOB_GREENN
Channel B; Green negative
12
SDVOB_GREENP
Channel B; Green positive
13
GND5
Ground
14
SDVOC_INTN
Channel C; Interrupt negative
15
SDVOC_INTP
Channel C; Interrupt positive
16
GND6
Ground
17
SDVOB_INTN
Channel B; Interrupt negative
18
SDVOB_INTP
Channel B; Interrupt positive
19
GND7
Ground
20
SDVOC_BLUEN
Channel C; Blue negative
21
SDVOC_BLUEP
Channel C; Blue positive
22
GND8
Ground
23
SDVOC_REDN
Channel C; Red negative
24
SDVOC_REDP
Channel C; Red positive
25
GND9
Ground
26
SDVOB_BLUEN
Channel B; Blue negative
27
SDVOB_BLUEP
Channel B; Blue positive
28
GND10
Ground
29
SDVOB_REDN
Channel B; Red negative
30
SDVOB_REDP
Channel B; Red positive
31
GND11
Ground
32
SDVO_FLDSTALLN
Field Stall negative
33
SDVO_FLDSTALLP
Field Stall positive
34
GND12
Ground
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35
SDVO_TVCLKINN
TV Clock Input negative
36
SDVO_TVCLKINP
TV Clock Input positive
37
GND13
Ground
38
SDVO_CTRCLK
I2C based control signal for SDVO devices; clock
39
SDVO_CTRLDATA
I2C based control signal for SDVO devices; data
40
RESET#
Reset signal
41
VCC
5V power
42
VCC
5V power
43
VCC
5V power
44
Reserved
nc
45
Reserved
nc
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7
BIOS Operation
The module is equipped with a Phoenix BIOS, which is located in an onboard Flash device. You can update the BIOS using a
Flash utility..
7.1
Determining the BIOS Version
The Phoenix BIOS version is displayed in the main menu of the setup utility.
Phoenix TrustedCore™ NB
Copyright 1985-2006 Phoenix Technologies Ltd.
All Rights Reserved
Kontron(R) BIOS Version <MCALRXXX>
The PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility changes system behavior by modifying the BIOS configuration. The setup program uses a
number of menus to make changes and turn features on or off.
Selecting incorrect values may cause system boot failure. Load setup default values to
recover by pressing <F9>. It might also be necessary to use the “reset configuration data”
option in the BIOS setup and set it to “yes”. In certain circumstances this may also help to
recover from system boot failure or a resource conflict.
7.1.1
Start Phoenix BIOS Setup Utility
To start the PhoenixBIOS setup utility, press <F2> when the following string appears during bootup.
Press <F2> to enter Setup
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The Main Menu then appears. The Setup Screen is composed of several sections:
Setup Screen
Location
Function
Menu Bar
Top
Lists and selects all top level menus.
Legend Bar
Right side Bottom
Lists setup navigation keys.
Item Specific Help Window
Right side Top
Help for selected item.
Menu Window
Left Center
Selection fields for current menu.
General Help Window
Overlay (Center)
Help for selected menu.
Menu Bar
The menu bar at the top of the window lists different menus. Use the left/right arrow keys to make a selection.
Legend Bar
Use the keys listed in the legend bar on the bottom to make your selections or exit the current menu. The table below
describes the legend keys and their alternates.
Key
Function
<F1> or <ALT-H>
General Help window.
<Esc>
Exit menu.
← or → Arrow key
Select a menu.
↑ or ↓ Arrow key
Select fields in current menu.
<Home> or <End>
Move cursor to top or bottom of current window.
<PgUp> or <PgDn>
Move cursor to next or previous page.
<F5> or ↔
Select previous value for the current field.
<F6> or <+> or <Space>
Select next value for the current field.
<F9>
Load the optimized default configuration.
<F10>
Save and exit.
<Enter>
Execute command or select submenu.
<ALT-R>
Refresh Screen.
Selecting an Item
Use the ↑ or ↓ key to move the cursor to the field you want. Then use the + and – keys to select a value for that field. The
Save Value commands in the Exit menu save the values displayed in all the menus.
Displaying Submenus
Use the ← or → key to move the cursor to the submenu you want. Then press <Enter>. A pointer ( ►) marks all submenus.
Item Specific Help Window
The Help window on the right side of each menu displays the Help text for the selected item. It updates as you move the
cursor to each field.
General Help Window
Pressing <F1> or <ALT-F1> on a menu brings up the General Help window that describes the legend keys and their
alternates. Press <Esc> to exit the General Help window.
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7.2
BIOS Setup Menu
7.2.1
Info Screen
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7.2.2
Main Menu
Feature
Option
Description
System Time
[hh:mm:ss]
<Tab>, <Shift-Tab>, or <Enter> selects field
System Date
[mm-dd-yyyy]
<Tab>, <Shift-Tab>, or <Enter> selects field
Legacy Diskette A
Disabled
360 kB
1.2 MB
720 kB
1.44 / 1.25 MB
2.88 MB
Selects floppy type. Note that 1.25 MB references a
1024 byte sector Japanese media format. The 1.25 MB
MB diskette requires a 3-Mode floppy-disk drive.
Legacy Diskette B
Disabled
360 kB
1.2 MB
720 kB
1.44 / 1.25 MB
2.88 MB
Selects floppy type. Note that 1.25 MB references a
1024 byte sector Japanese media format. The 1.25 MB
MB diskette requires a 3-Mode floppy-disk drive.
SMART Device Monitoring
Enabled
Disabled
IDE Failure Prediction
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IDE Channels Submenu
Feature
Option
Description
Type
User
Auto
none
ATAPI Removable
CD-ROM
IDE Removable
Other ATAPI
Selects the type of the IDE Devices connected to the
system
Multi-Sector Transfers
Disabled
2 Sectors
4 Sectors
8 Sectors
16 Sectors
Specify the number of sectors per block for multiple
sector transfers
LBA Mode Control
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled LBA causes Logical Block Addressing to be used
in place of Cylinders, Heads _Sectors.
32 Bit I/O
Disabled
Enabled
This setting enables or disables 32 bit data transfers.
Transfer Mode
Auto
Fast PIO 1
Fast PIO 2
Fast PIO 3
Fast PIO 4
FPIO 3 / DMA 1
FPIO 4 / DMA 2
(Selects the method for moving data to/from the drive.
Autotype the drive to select the optimum transfer
mode.
Ultra DMA Mode
Disabled
Mode 0
Mode 1
Mode 2
Mode 3
Mode 4
Mode 5
Selects the Ultra DMA mode used for moving data
to/from the drive. Autotype the drive to select the
optimum transfer mode.
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CPU Control
Feature
Option
Description
Core Multi-Processing
Enabled
Disabled
Enables and disables the 2nd CPU core
Processor Power Management
Enabled
GV3 only
C-states only
Disabled
Selects the processor power management
Intel® Virtualization Technology
Enabled
Disabled
When enabled a virtual machine can utilize the
additional hardware virtualization capabilities.
Set Max Ext CPUID = 3
Enabled
Disabled
Set Max CPUID extended function value to 3
When a Pentium M C423 is in used, then GV3 is not possible and C-States only is the default
setting of Processor Power Management
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Advanced Chipset Control
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Chipset Control
Feature
Option
Description
Memory Throttling
Enabled
Disabled
Controls throttling and bandwidth limiting for the 945
GME
Clock generator
Default
Program
“Program” allows to enable/disable manual change of
Spread Spectrum and FSB
PCI Clock Run
Enabled
Disabled
If Enabled the Clock Run logic will stop the PCI clocks
Serial IRQ Quiet Mode
Enabled
Disabled
Enabled: Quiet Mode for SIRQ
Disabled: Continuous Mode for SIRQ
Must be enabled for PCI Clock Run enabled
Pop Up Mode Enable
Enabled
Disabled
Enables/disables C2 and not C0 change when a PCI
busmaster event appears
Pop Down Mode Enable
Enabled
Disabled
Must be switched on when Pop Up Mode is enabled
Port 80 h Cycles
LPC Bus
PCI Bus
Controls where the port 80 cycles are sent
MC Cycles
LPC Bus
PCI Bus
Controls where the port 62h/66h cycles to the
microcontroller are sent
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Integrated Video
Feature
Option
Description
IGD - Device 2
Auto
Disabled
-
IGD - Device 2, Function 1
Auto
Disabled
-
DVMT 3.0 Mode
Fixed
DVMT
Combo
Selectes the mode of the DMBT graphic memory
allocation
Pre-Allocated Memory Size
1 MB
8 MB
Sets the size of the pre-allocated graphics memory
Total Graphics Memory
64MB
128MB
maxDVMT
Sets the size of the totals possible graphics memory
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ISA Options
Feature
Option
Description
ISA Bridge
Enabled
Disabled
Enables/disables the ISA bridge
8 Bit I/O recovery
3.5 SYSCLK
4.5 SYSCLK
…
10.5 SYSCLK
Sets the 8 Bit I/O recovery time
16 Bit I/O recovery
3.5 SYSCLK
4.5 SYSCLK
…
10.5 SYSCLK
Sets the 16 Bit I/O recovery time
Fast Mode
Enabled
Disabled
Enables/disables fast mode (SYSCLK=PCICLK)
16Bit Workaround
Enabled \Disabled
Enable/disable a workaround which is necessary for
some 16 bit ISA devices
Decode Range 1 Base
[0h- FFFFh]
Select I/O Base address for generic decode range
Decode Range 1 Size
Disabled
4
8
16
…
256
Select generic decode range size in bytes
Decode Range 2 Base
[0h- FFFFh]
Select I/O Base address for generic decode range
Decode Range 2 Size
Disabled
4
8
16
…
256
Select generic decode range size in bytes
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PCI/PNP Configuration
Feature
Option
Description
PNP OS installed
Other
Win95
Win98
WinMe
Win2000
WinXP
Selects the most used OS
Reset Configuration Data
No
Yes
“Yes” will clear the ESCD
PCI IRQ line 1 to 8
Auto Select
3
4
5
7
10
11
12
PCI devices can use hardware interrupts (IRQs). It can
also be auto selected
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PCI/PNP ISA IRQ Resource Exclusion
Feature
Option
Description
IRQ 3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11
Available
Reserved
-
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Cache Memory
Feature
Option
Description
Memory Cache
Enabled
Disabled
Enables/disables the memory cache system
Cache System / Video BIOS area
Write Protect
uncached
Cache setting for System BIOS area
Cache Base 0-512k
Cache Base 512k-640k
Cache Extended Memory Area
Uncached
Write Through
Write Protect \Write Back
Uncached = Disabled: This block is not cached at all
USWC Caching: Uncached Speculative Write Combined
Write Through: Writes are cached and send to main
memory at once
Write Protect: Writes are ignored
Write Back: Writes are cached, but not sent to main
memory until necessary
Cache A000 - AFFF
Cache B000 - BFFF
Disabled
USWC Caching
Write Through
Write Protect
Write Back
-
Cache C800 - CBFF
Cache CC00 - CFFF
Disabled
Write Through
Write Protect
Write Back
-
Cache D000 - D3FF
Cache D400 - D7FF
Cache D800 - DBFF
Cache DC00 - DFFF
Disabled
Write Through
Write Protect
Write Back
-
Cache E000 - E3FF
Cache E400 - E7FF
Cache E800 - EBFF
Cache EC00 - EFFF
Disabled
Write Through
Write Protect
Write Back
-
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I/O Device Configuration
Feature
Option
Description
Parallel ATA
Enabled
Disabled
Enables/disables the PATA
Primary IDE UDMA66/100
Enabled
Disabled
Enables/disables UDMA 66/100 modes
Serial ATA
Enabled
Disabled
Enables/disables SATA
SATA Controller Mode Option
Compatible
Enhanced
Compatible: SATA/PATA devices are driven in legacy
mode
Enhanced mode: SATA/PATA devices are driven in native
mode
AHCI Configuration
Enabled
Disabled
Enables/disables the Advanced Host Controller
Interface
Disable Vacant Ports
Disabled
Enabled
Controls automatic disabling of vacant SATA ports
HD Audio device
Disabled
Auto
Enables/disables the audio interface
Auto: only enabled when present
AC97 Audio
Disabled
Auto
Enables/disables AC97 Audio feature
AC97 Modem
Disabled
Auto
Enables/disables AC97 Modem feature
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LAN Options
Feature
Option
Description
LAN Controller #1
Enabled
Disabled
Enables/disables the PATA
Onboard LAN PXE ROM
Enabled
Disabled
Enables/disables the LAN PXE boot ROM
Enable WOL
Enabled
Disabled
Enables/disables Wake on LAN
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Super I/O Controller Options
Feature
Option
Description
Onboard LPT
Auto
Enabled
Disabled
Enables/disables the Parallel Port
Serial Port A
Enabled
Disabled
Auto
Enables/disables serial port A; Auto: will be initialized
when detected
Base I/O address
3F8
2F8
Base I/O address of COM port A
Interrupt
IRQ3
IRQ4
Selects interrupt of COM port A
Serial Port B
Enabled
Disabled
Auto
Enables/disables serial port A; Auto: will be initialized
when detected
Mode
Normal
IR
ASK-IR
Sets the mode for COM port B
Base I/O address
3F8
2F8
Base I/O address of COM port B
Interrupt
IRQ3
IRQ4
Selects interrupt of COM port B
External FDC
Disabled
Auto
Enables/disables external Floppy Disk Controller
Serial Port C
Disabled
Auto
Enables/disables external COM port C
Serial Port D
Disabled
Auto
Enables/disables external COM port D
External LPT
Disabled
Auto
Enables/disables external Parallel Port
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USB ports
Feature
Option
Description
USB Controller
Enabled
Disabled
Enables/disables the USB controller
USB UHCI Ports 1, 2 and 3
Enabled
Disabled
Controls USB ports 1, 2 and 3 with two connectors each.
USB EHCI
Enabled
Disabled
Enables/disables USB 2.0 support
Legacy USB Support
Enabled
Disabled
Enables/disables USB legacy support
EHCI Legacy Support
Enabled
Disabled
Enables/disables USB legacy support in USB 2.0 mode
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Console Redirection
Feature
Option
Description
Console
Disabled
UCR COM A
UCR COM B
UCR COM C
UCR COM D
JRC, Auto
Controls the serial console redirection. N/A
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Keyboard Features
Feature
Option
Description
NumLock
Auto
On
Off
Selects Power-on state for NumLock
Key Click
Disabled
Enabled
Enables Key Click
Keyboard auto-repeat rate
30/sec
26.7/sec
21.8/sec
18.5/sec
13.3/sec
10/sec
6/sec
2/sec
Selects key repeat rate
Keyboard auto-repeat delay
¼ sec
½ sec
¾ sec
1 sec
Selects delay before key repeat
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Hardware Monitor
Feature
Option
Description
Hardware Monitor
Enabled
Disabled
Controls the Hardware Monitor
Edges/Revolution
[]
Select the number of ticks the fan generates in one
revolution to display the fan speed correctly
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Wachdog Settings
Feature
Option
Description
Mode
Disabled
Reset
NMI
Watchdog action
Timeout
1sec
5sec
10sec
30sec
1min
5.5min
10.5min
30.5min
Max. trigger periode
Delay
1sec
5sec
10sec
30sec
1min
5.5min
10.5min
30.5min
Time until watchdog timer starts to count
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Display Control
Feature
Option
Description
Display Mode
CRT only
LFP only
CRT + LFP
LFP + EFP
CRT: Cathode Ray Tube
LFP: LVDS flat panel (JILI)
EFP: Embedded flat panel (sDVO)
Flat Panel Type
VGA 1×18
SVGA 1×18
XGA 1×18
XGA 1×24
SXGA 2×18
SXGA 2×24
UXGA 2×18
Enter PAID
Enter FPID
Auto
Select [Auto] for JILI or one of the predefined LCD’s
Use [Enter PAID] or [Enter FPID] to manually enter
panel adapter ID or flat panel ID.
Flat Panel Scaling
Centered
Stretched
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Miscellaneous Settings
Feature
Option
Description
Summary Screen
Disabled
Extended
Display system configuration at boot
Dark Boot
Disabled
Enabled
Prevent diagnostic screen output during boot
Dark Boot Logo
0
1
Use -/+ to select the Dark Boot logo
0 – Vendor Logo
1 – Blank screen
Halt On Errors
No
Yes
Determines if errors cause the system to halt
QuickBoot Mode
Disabled
Enabled
Allows the system to skip certain tests while booting.
This will decrease the time needed to boot the system.
Extended Memory Testing
Normal
Just zero it
None
Determines which type of tests will be performed on
extended memory (above 1MB).
Floppy check
Disabled
Enabled
Disables/Enables the floppy check during boot
PS/2 Mouse
Disabled
Enabled
Autodetect
Controls the usage of the PS/2 mouse
Large Disk Access Mode
other
DOS
Selects the access mode for large disks. When unix
systems are used, please select “other”
Create UUID
Disabled
Enabled
When enabled a new UUID will be generated during
POST if the UUID in the BIOS flash is invalid
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7.2.4
Security
Feature
Option
Description
Set Supervisor Password
[a..z;0..9;+-#…]
Allows to set Supervisor Password
Clear All Passwords
-
Clear Supervisor and Administrative Password
Password on boot
Disabled
Enabled
Enables/Disables password for boot process
Fixed Disk boot sector
Normal
Write Protect
Enables/Disables Write protection of boot sector to
protect against viruses
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7.2.5
Power
Feature
Option
Description
Enable ACPI
No
Yes
En/Disable ACPI BIOS (Advance Configuration and
Power Interface)
Enable ACPI _Sx state
None
S1
S3
S1+S3
This option allows to selectively enable Sx standby
states for ACPI OS. Choosing ‘None’ will force the OS to
have only S4 and S5 states.
Special S3 State
S3hot
S3cold
Controlles if the 5V VCC is switched off (S3cold) during
S3 or stays on (S3hot)
After Power Failure
Stay Off
Last State
Power On
Sets the mode of operation if an AC/Power Loss occurs.
The two modes are: \Enabled restores the previous
power state before loss occurred,
Disabled keep the power off until the power button is
pressed. The Disabled choice turns off Resume on
Modem Ring.
FACP – RTC S4 Flag Value
Disabled
Enabled
Valid only for ACPI. Control the value for the RTC S4 Flag
in the FACP Table
Resume On Time
On
OFF
Disables/Enables the Resume On Time Feature
Resume Time
[XX:XX:XX]
Sets the Time for the Rsume On Time Feature
M.A.R.S.
Disabled
Enabled
Disables/Enables the support for the SMART battery
control system M.A.R.S
Lid switch
Disabled
Enabled
Controls the usage of the GPE2# signal als Lid switch
event
Power button legacy function
Disabled
Enabled
Controls the power button function in DOS
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CPU Thermal Control
Feature
Option
Description
Thermal Control Circuit
Disabled
TM1
TM2
TM1 and TM2
Sets the mode of the Thermal Control Circuit
PROCHOT# Enable
Enabled
Disabled
This function engages the Thermal Control Circuit when
enabled
DTS Enable
Enabled
Disabled
Controls the DTS function of the processor
Active Trip Point
Disabled
15 C
23 C
…
55 C
63 C
…
119 C
This value controls the temperature of the ACPI active
trip point - the point in which the OS will turn on the
CPU fan (connector on PCB). If DTS is enabled only
values below 97°C are valid.
Passive Cooling Trip Point
Disabled
15 C
23 C
…
119 C
This value controls the temperature of the ACPI passive
cooling trip point - the point in which the OS will start
to throttle the CPU, either by TM1 or TM2. If DTS is
enabled only values below 97°C are valid.
Critical Trip Point
POR
15 C
23 C
…
119 C
127 C
This value controls the temperature of the ACPI critical
trip point - the point in which the OS will shut down the
system.
POR means 100°C for all Intel processors.
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Passive Cooling
The ACPI OS assesses the optimum CPU performance change necessary to lower the temperature using the following
equation
?P[%] = TC1(Tn-Tn-1) + TC2(Tn-Tt)
?P is the performance delta, Tt is the target temperature = passive cooling trip point. The two coefficients TC1 and TC2 and
the sampling period TSP are hardware dependent constants the end user must supply. It’s up to the end user to set the
cooling preference of the system by setting the appropriate trip points in the BIOS setup.
See chapter 12 of the ACPI specification (www.acpi.info) for more details
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7.2.6
Boot
Feature
Option
Descpription
Boot priority order
1:USB Key
2:USB CDROM
3:IDE CE
4:IDE 0
5:IDE 1
6:IDE 2
7:IDE 3
8:
Keys used to view or configure devices:
Up and Down arrows select a device.
<+> and ↔ moves the device up or down.
<f> and <r> specifies the device fixed or removable.
<x> exclude or include the device to boot.
<Shift + 1> enables or disables a device.
<1 – 4> Loads default boot sequence.
Excluded from boot order
IDE 4
IDE5
USB FDC
USB HDD
USB ZIP
USB LS120
PCI SCSI
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7.2.7
Exit Menu
Feature
Description
Exit Saving Changes
Exit System Setup and save your changes to CMOS.
Exit Discarding Changes
Exit utility without saving Setup data to CMOS.
Load Optimized Defaults
Load customer specific default values
Load Setup Defaults
Load default values for all SETUP items
Discard Changes
Load previous values from CMOS for all SETUP items
Save Changes
Save Setup Data to CMOS
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