User Guide

User Guide

CCG-RUMBA •

CompactPCI

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3U Core

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2 Duo CPU Board

Document No. 4733 • Edition 16 • 17 June 2011

User Guide CCG-RUMBA • Core

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Contents

About this Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Edition History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Legal Disclaimer - Liability Exclusion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Trade Marks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Related Documents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

CCG-RUMBA Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

Feature Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

Short Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

Top/Bottom View Component Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

Rear I/O Transition Module CCT-RIO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Strapping Headers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Connectors & Sockets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Front Panel Elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Microprocessor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

Thermal Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

Main Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

LAN Subsystem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

Serial ATA Interface (SATA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

Enhanced IDE Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

Graphics Subsystem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

Real-Time Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

Universal Serial Bus (USB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

LPC Super-I/O Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

SPI Flash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Watchdog . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

PG (Power Good) LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

HD (Hard Disk Activity) LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

GP (General Purpose) LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

Hot Swap Detection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

Power Supply Status (DEG#, FAL#) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

PXI Trigger Signals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

Rear I/O Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

Installing and Replacing Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

Before You Begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

Installing the Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

Removing the Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35

EMC Recommendations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

Installing or Replacing the Memory Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37

Replacement of the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37

Technical Reference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

Local PCI Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

Local SMB Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39

Hardware Monitor LM87 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

GPIO Usage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41

GPIO Usage ICH8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41

GPIO Usage SIO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43

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Configuration Jumpers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

Reset Jumper BIOS CMOS RAM Values (JGP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

Reset Jumper ICH8 RTC Core (JRTC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

Front Panel Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

Video Monitor Connector DVI-I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46

Video Monitor Connector VGA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47

USB Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47

Ethernet Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48

Internal Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

Expansion Interface Header PEXP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58

ATA/IDE Header PIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59

PCI Express Expansion Header PPCIE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60

SDVO Expansion Header PSDVO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61

System Reset Header JRST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61

PLD Programming Header ISPCON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62

Processor Debug Header PITP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62

CompactPCI J1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63

CompactPCI J2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64

Literature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66

Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67

Mechanical Drawings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67

Mass Storage Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68

Coating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73

Sample Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75

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About this Manual

This manual describes the technical aspects of the CCG-RUMBA, required for installation and system integration. It is intended for the experienced user only.

Edition History

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Added Jumbo Frame support information to table 'Feature Summary'

Added Typical Power Requirements andPerformance Ratings to table 'Feature

Summary'

Split section 'Reset/Watchdog' in two separate sections. Added clarification of function of front panel handle in section 'Reset'

Added images C10-CFA & C17-CFA, C13-RD

Added images section 'Internal Connectors' (several side boards)

Added figure to chapter 'Thermal Considerations'.

Corrected typo within CompactPCI J2 connection table.

Added photos of coated PCB, added photos of CCO-CONCERT, added photos C29-

RIO, established table with web-links to other documents and downloads

Added photos of CCT-99-RIO, removed photos of C29-RIO

Added photos CCG-RUMBA CCK-MARIMBA DE4-FOX/DX1-LYNX exploded view

Added description of unlocked front panel handle signalling

BIOS usage of GP LED - document link added

Power button illustration added

Blinking yellow GP LED described more clearly, highlighted 'S5 if handle not closed'

Typos corrected

Highlighted BIOS GP LED Usage Link

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Legal Disclaimer - Liability Exclusion

This manual has been edited as carefully as possible. We apologize for any potential mistake. Information provided herein is designated exclusively to the proficient user (system integrator, engineer). EKF can accept no responsibility for any damage caused by the use of this manual.

Trade Marks

Some terms used herein are property of their respective owners, e.g.

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Pentium, Pentium M, Celeron M, Core 2 Duo, Merom, Crestline GME965, Santa Rosa Platform, Nineveh,

Matanzas CRB, iAMT: ® Intel

CompactPCI

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Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista: ® Microsoft

EKF, ekf system: ® EKF

EKF does not claim this list to be complete.

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Related Documents

Links to PDF Documents

CCG-RUMBA User Guide

This Document, Latest Edition

CCG-RUMBA Ordering Information (Excerpt)

Ordering Numbers at the End of Document

C10-C13-C17 CompactFlash™ Adapter Modules

C20-SATA Dual Drive Storage Module

C30-PATA 1.8-Inch IDE Drive Storage Module

C23-SATA Mezzanine Side Board

SATA, COM, AC'97 Audio

CCE-PUNK Mezzanine Side Board

COM, USB, FireWire

CCH-MARIACHI Mezzanine Side Board

HD Audio, DVI Video, COM, USB

CCI-RAP Mezzanine Side Board

Dual PCIe Mini Card, DVI Video

CCJ-RHYTHM Mezzanine Side Board

CompactPCI Express System Slot

CCK-MARIMBA Mezzanine Side Board

XMC/PMC Module Carrier

CCL-CAPELLA Mezzanine Side Board

Quad Gigabit Ethernet

CCO-CONCERT Mezzanine Side Board

HD Audio, DVI Video, SATA

CCT-RIO Rear I/O Transition Module www.ekf.com/c/ccpu/ccg/ccg_uge.pdf

www.ekf.com/c/ccpu/ccg/ccg_pie.pdf

www.ekf.com/c/ccpu/c13/c13_pie.pdf

www.ekf.com/c/ccpu/c20/c20_tie.pdf

www.ekf.com/c/ccpu/c30/c30_pie.pdf

www.ekf.com/c/ccpu/c23/c23_tie.pdf

www.ekf.com/c/ccpu/cce/cce_tie.pdf

www.ekf.com/c/ccpu/cch/cch_tie.pdf

www.ekf.com/c/ccpu/cci/cci_tie.pdf

www.ekf.com/c/ccpu/ccj/ccj_tie.pdf

www.ekf.com/c/ccpu/cck/cck_tie.pdf

www.ekf.com/c/ccpu/ccl/ccl_tie.pdf

www.ekf.com/c/ccpu/cco/cco_tie.pdf

www.ekf.com/c/ccpu/cct/cct_tie.pdf

This table may be not complete. Please visit the CCG-RUMBA home for current information.

Links to BIOS and Driver Downloads

CCG-RUMBA Home (Drivers)

CCG-RUMBA BIOS and Firmware

BIOS Update Notification Subscription www.ekf.com/c/ccpu/ccg/ccg_e.html

www.ekf.com/c/ccpu/ccg/firmware/ www.ekf.com/new/sub_e.html

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Form Factor

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Memory (RAM)

Non Volatile

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Feature Summary CCG-RUMBA

Single size CompactPCI style Eurocard (160x100mm

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Designed for Intel® Core™ 2 Duo second generation dual core mobile processors

(codename Merom), dynamic FSB switching, 800/667/533MHz FSB, maximum junction temperature 100°C, Intel® Core Multiprocessing (CMP), Intel® Virtualization

Technology (VT), Intel® 64 Architecture

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CCG-1-RUMBA: 1.06GHz U7500 Intel® Core™ 2 Duo ULV, 533MHz FSB, 2MB

L2 cache, TDP ~10W (low power applications)

CCG-2-RUMBA: 1.2GHz U7600 Intel® Core™ 2 Duo ULV, 533MHz FSB, 2MB

L2 cache, TDP ~10W (low power applications)

CCG-4-RUMBA: 1.6GHz L7500 Intel® Core™ 2 Duo LV, 800MHz FSB, 4MB L2 cache, TDP 17W (general purpose applications)

CCG-8-RUMBA: 2.2GHz T7500 Intel® Core™ 2 Duo, 800MHz FSB, 4MB L2 cache, TDP 35W (performance applications)

Intel® GME965 (Codename Crestline) chipset comprised of:

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Media Accelerator (GMA), generation 4 graphics engine, DirectX 10 and

OpenGL 2.0 support, 1.5 x 945GM graphics performance, iAMT manageability engine

ICH8M-E Enhanced I/O Controller Hub, integrated GbE MAC, dual USB EHCI controllers (no shared bandwidth), 3 x SATA 3Gbps, MST & RAID, iAMT, unified SPI Flash support

Dual 200-pin SO-DIMM socket, DDR2 667 SDRAM (PC5300), 4GB (2 x 2GB) maximum, single or dual channel mode operation, configurations:

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Dual channel symmetric – memory addresses interleaved for increased performance

Intel® Flex Memory Technology (dual channel interleaved mode with unequal memory population) - memory module sizes maybe unequal in both the channels

Dual channel asymmetric – memory module sizes may differ, including no memory in the second channel (single-channel)

Channel 0 must be populated first

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PCI Express Mini Card 1G Byte Flash

Microsoft® ReadyDrive and ReadyBoost (Windows® Vista)

Intel® Turbo Memory driver

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Feature Summary CCG-RUMBA

Both analog monitor and digital flat-panel display support by DVI-I connector

(front panel), up to 2048x1536 pixel 16M colours @75Hz refresh rate

(analog), up to 1920 x 1200 pixel 16M colours @60Hz (digital), incorporates

PanelLink Digital technology (Silicon Image)

Dual screen capable up to 2 x 1920 x 1200 pixel (one display attached to the front panel, the other to the back panel, or both to the front panel by means of a DVI-I to DVI-D/VGA splitter cable, or secondary DVI-D connector on mezzanine side board)

Front panel option: D-Sub (female HD15) VGA connector available, replaces

DVI-I connector

Rear I/O option: Analog video output configurable (BIOS) across J2/P2 CCT-RIO rear I/O transition module

Mezzanine option: Secondary DVI-D connector at mezzanine card front panel allows for dual digital flat panel operation, suitable mezzanine modules e.g.

CCH-MARIACHI, CCI-RAP or CCJ-RHYTHM

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All ports over-current protected, data transfer rate of up to 480Mbps, conforming to USB2.0

2 x USB type A connector (front panel)

3 x USB ports J2/P2 Rear I/O option (CCT-RIO rear I/O transition module) up to 2 x USB ports expansion interface option (in use by several mezzanine side boards)

USB Flash drive module C15-DON option (USB stick on-board module)

Dual EHCI / five UHCI controllers provided by ICH8M-E

Two 10/100/1000Mbps Gigabit Ethernet controllers, accessible via RJ45 jacks from the front panel

ETH1 equipped with Intel® 82566 PHY (codename Nineveh), serves also as

AMT out of band communication path (MAC provided by ICH8M-E), no

Jumbo Frame support with 82566MM

ETH2 equipped with Intel® 82573 GbE controller connected to local PCIe lane, Jumbo Frame support with 82573L up to 9kB

Option ETH1 Gigabit Ethernet configurable (BIOS setup) across J2/P2 with attached CCT-RIO rear I/O transition module

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CompactFlash socket C10-1D-CFA supplied for a CFA ATA memory card or

Microdrive®

Option 1.8-inch on board Flash disk (SSD) module C10-2D-CFA, replaces

CompactFlash facility

Triple-channel Serial ATA 3Gbps available for J2/P2 rear I/O option

Suitable rear I/O transition module CCT-RIO (2 x system internal SATA, 1 x eSATA for attachment of external devices)

Intel® Matrix Storage Technology MST (Raid 1, 0, Matrix Raid)

Additional PCIe to SATA controller on mezzanine side boards CCI-RAP, CCK-

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4-Lane PCIe (1 Link) connector for CCJ-RHYTHM and other mezzanine expansion cards

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I/O

J2/P2 Rear I/O

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LPC/USB/Audio (Super-I/O, USB and Azalia HD Audio) expansion interface connector

ATA/IDE expansion connector

PCI Express 4-lane (configurable as 1 link x 4) high speed expansion connector

SDVO secondary digital graphics port high speed expansion connector

Suitable mezzanine companion side boards available:

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C13-RD: CompactFlash adapter module (CF Card front panel slot, resulting in a 6HP assembly)

C15-DON: On-board USB stick module (USB Flash disk)

C17-CFA: Bottom Mount CF Card Adapter

C23-SATA: PCIe to SATA controller, USB SSD, COM ports

C30-PATA: 1.8-inch HDD/SSD module

CCE-PUNK: Front panel 2 x COM, 2 x USB, 2 x 1394a FireWire, on board hard disk

CCH-MARIACHI: Front panel options secondary DVI-D, COM, USB, audio in (analog), audio out (analog), digital audio. Option on board

PATA hard disk drive 2.5-inch, option TPM 1.2

CCI-RAP: Front panel options secondary DVI-D, Wireless (Antenna),

IEEE 1394 (FireWire), COM. Two PCI Express Mini Card sockets (WLAN,

GSM, Wimax, Intel® Turbo Memory), on board socket for USB Flash disk. Option on board mezzanine storage module C20 provides up to

2 SATA hard disk drives 2.5-inch (RAID capable), option TPM 1.2

CCJ-RHYTHM: Front panel options DVI-D, COM, USB, IEEE 1394

(FireWire). CompactPCI Express system slot controller function by on board 6-port 24-lane PCIe switch. Option on board PATA hard disk drive 2.5-inch, option TPM 1.2

CCK-MARIMBA: PMC/XMC module carrier. Option on board mezzanine storage module C20-SATA

CCL-CAPELLA: 4 x Gigabit Ethernet, IEEE 1394 (FireWire), option on board mezzanine storage module C20-SATA

CCO-CONCERT: HD Audio, 2-4 x RS-232, secondary DVI-I (option), several on-board SATA drive options 1.8-inch and 2.5-inch (up to 2 drives), USB Flash Disk option, option TPM 1.2

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1 x Gbit Ethernet (switched by BIOS between front panel I/O and rear I/O)

3 x USB

VGA Analog Video (switched by BIOS between front panel I/O and rear I/O)

Keyboard, Mouse

COM port (TTL Level)

Suitable rear I/O transition module CCT-RIO available

ICH8M-E integrated 32-bit PCI bridge, 133MBps CPCI master, additional PCI arbiter in

PLD for fully figured 8-slot CompactPCI backplane

CCG-RUMBA works also as CompactPCI Express System Board (system slot controller) by optionally available mezzanine expansion card (side board) CCJ-

RHYTHM

CPCIe 4-Link configuration (4-lanes each), for up to 4 CPCIe peripheral slots type 1 and/or type 2 on a passive CPCIe backplane

Suitable also for hybrid CPCI/CPCIe systems/backplanes (e.g. Schroff)

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Platform

Management

Secure

Computing

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AMT 2.0 Intel® Active Management Technology (iAMT)

ARM core based Manageability Engine (ME) in the GMCH

Independent manageability firmware, stored in SPI Flash

Option Trusted Platform Module TPM 1.2 according to Trusted Computing

Group specifications, available on several mezzanine boards such as

CCH/CCI/CCJ

Crypto engine silicon brands Infineon or Atmel at users choice

Phoenix BIOS with EKF enhancements for embedded systems

SPI Flash memory 2 x 16/32/64 Mb

Updates available from website ekf.com

BIOS

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Thermal

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Environmental

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Intel® networking driver

Intel® Matrix Storage Manager software

Intel® Turbo Memory driver

Operating temperature: 0°C ... +70°C (CPU dependent)

Storage temperature: -40°C ... +85°C, max. gradient 5°C/min

Humidity 5% ... 95% RH non condensing

Altitude -300m ... +3000m

Shock 15g 0.33ms, 6g 6ms

Vibration 1g 5-2000Hz

EN55022, EN55024, EN60950-1 (UL60950-1/IEC60950-1)

2002/95/EC (RoHS)

EC Regulations

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Requirements

1)

Intel®

SpeedStep®

Frequency

Modes

Board

CCG-1-RUMBA

+3.3V +0.17V/-0.1V

MaxPower

LFM/HFM

4.9/4.9A

1)

2)

WinXP Idle

LFM/HFM

1.7/1.7A

1)

2)

+5V +0.25V/-0.15V

MaxPower

LFM/HFM

2.1/2.6A

LFM: Low

Frequency Mode,

HFM: High

Frequency Mode

CCG-4-RUMBA

CCG-8-RUMBA

5.3/5.3A

5.3/5.3A

2)

2)

1.8/1.8A

1.8/1.8A

2)

2)

3.1/4.0A

3.1/7.8A

2) Add 0.8A per Ethernet Port @1Gbps or 0.2A per Ethernet Port @100Mbps.

Performance

Rating

Board Processor

CCG-1-RUMBA U7500

Measured with

PCMark2005 under Windows

XP, 2 x 1GB

DDR2 667

CCG-4-RUMBA

CCG-8-RUMBA

L7500

T7500

1)

WinXP Idle

LFM/HFM

1.0/1.1A

1.2/1.5A

1.4/2.2A

CPU/MEM Score

2330

3090

3760

1)

Table items are subject to technical changes

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Short Description

The CCG-RUMBA is a versatile 4HP/3U (single size Eurocard)

CompactPCI

®

CPU board, equipped with an Intel® Core™ 2 Duo processor at 2.2GHz clock, and up to 4GB dual channel capable DDR2 RAM. Three Serial ATA channels are available for rear I/O. The

CCG-RUMBA has been designed especially for systems which require very high performance at moderate power consumption.

The chipset is based on PCI Express technology and has a powerful dual-screen integrated graphics accelerator. Two Gigabit Ethernet controllers are provided for high speed connectivity. As an option, a mezzanine card is available that allows to use the CCG-RUMBA in addition as

CompactPCI

backplane systems).

®

Express

system slot controller (especially suited for hybrid dual

The CCG-RUMBA is provided with a high performance mobile chipset (Intel® GME965) which operates at up to 800MHz FSB and up to

667MHz DDR2 memory clock for optimum system throughput. An on-board CF connector can accommodate either a CompactFlash memory card or a Microdrive®. As an alternate, a 1.8-inch Flash disk module is available as onboard mass-storage device (option).

Local expansion interface connectors can be optionally used to directly attach a mezzanine companion sideboard, either for audio- and legacy support, or equipped with PCI Express based I/O circuitry. Mezzanine cards can carry in addition a 2.5-inch hard disk drive. Also as an option, a suitable rear I/O transition module is available to the CCG-RUMBA, which e.g.

provides the Serial ATA connectors.

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CompactPCI

System Slot Controller with or w/o Rear I/O

CompactPCI Express

System Board Option (Mezzanine Expansion Card)

Hybrid Systems Option (Dual Backplane

CompactPCI

&

CompactPCI Express

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Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Mobile Processor 2.2GHz (FSB 800MHz)

PCI Express Mobile Chipset Intel® GME965

2 x 2GB DDR2 Memory (Dual Channel Mode Capable)

Dual-Screen Graphics Controller

Dual Gigabit Ethernet Controllers

Triple SATA 3Gbps, Intel® Matrix Raid Storage Technology

Seven USB 2.0 channels

On-Board CompactFlash or on-Board 1.8-Inch Flash Disk

Mezzanine Expansion Boards Available with or w/o PCIe

TPM 1.2 Option (on Mezzanine Expansion Board)

Rear I/O Transition Module Option

Intel® AMT 2.0 Platform Management

RoHS compliant

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The CCG-RUMBA comes with a CompactFlash adapter module (C10-1D-CFA), which is suitable to hold a silicon memory CF card or Microdrive hard disk. If the CCG-RUMBA is accompanied by a mezzanine expansion module such as the

CCH-MARIACHI or CCJ-RHYTHM, the position of the CompactFlash adapter module changes to the mezzanine card.

Optionally an on-board 1.8-inch Flash disk module is available (C30-PATA). When ordered, it replaces the CompactFlash adapter module

(please request for a special solution which allows to use both the CF slot and the 1.8-inch

SSD drive simultaneously).

C30-PATA

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Core™2 Duo T7500

2.2GHz FSB800 4MB L2

LV Core™2 Duo L7500

1.6GHz FSB800 4MB L2

ULV Core™2 Duo U7500

1.06GHz FSB533 2MB L2

Core™2

Duo

2.2GHz

Simplified Block Diagram

CCG-RUMBA

GbE

1

GbE

2

MEROM FSB

533/667/800

DVI1

Video

Panel

Link

SDVO1

RGB

VGA

SDVO2

GME965

GMCH

Crestline

DDR2 533/667

2GB/4GB

Dual Channel iAMT

ME

SDVO2 top/ bottom

DVI2

Opt. Mezz. Exp.

CCH-MARIACHI

CCJ-RHYTHM

IDE

C10-CFA

CompactFlash

ATA

Opt. Mezzanine

Expansion Board

CCH-MARIACHI

CCJ-RHYTHM

USB

82566

MM iAMT Gb

Ethernet

Kumeran

GLCI

ICH8M-E

RAID iAMT SPI

SIO

87

61

BIOS & FW

2 x 16/32Mb

SPI

SPI

VGA

SATA II

USB

KB/MS

COM

GPIO

Gb ETH

82

573

Gigabit

Ethernet

4 x PCI

Glue Logic

PCI Arbiter isp

MACH

7 x PCI

32bit/33MHz x 4 PCIe

PCIe

Expansion I/F top/ bottom

J2

J1

Opt. Mezz.

Exp. Board

CCH-MARIACHI

CCJ-RHYTHM

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Rear I/O Transition Module CCT-RIO

Available as a rear I/O expansion board to the

CCG-RUMBA CPU card, the CCT-RIO is provided with several I/O port connectors, to be used either in addition to the CCG-RUMBA front panel connectors or alternatively. Being mainly a passive rear I/O transition module, groups of signals from the CCG-RUMBA CPU board are passed across the CompactPCI J2/P2 connector to the CCT-RIO. Some of the data lines are available locally on the CCT board for system internal wiring only, while other connectors such as VGA-Video and Gigabit Ethernet are mounted into the back panel for external use.

USB and SATA (eSATA) channels are provided both on-board and externally.

Typically the CCT-RIO ist equipped with a 4-HP rear panel (20.3mm width). As a custom specific option, an 8-HP panel is available with additional connectors.

Utilization of the CCT-RIO transition module adds a level of I/O functionality that is not available with the CCG-RUMBA CPU board alone. Further on, swapping the CPU card is simplified by means of rear I/O, which is important for efficient system maintenance

(MTTR). Be sure to have ordered a CCG-RUMBA rear I/O capable version and also the CPCI backplane suitable for rear I/O in order to use the CCT-RIO transition module.

CCT-RIO (Shown with on-Board USB Stick)

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Video

GPIO

COM

TTL

Ethernet

USB

J2

KB/MS

SATA

Block Diagram

CCT-RIO

J-COM

ADM

211

LM

3526

COM

RS-232E

KB

MS

ETH

USB

USB

+5V

P-POW

CCG-RUMBA with CCT-RIO

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CCT-99-RIO Custom Specific for Internal I/O Usage

CCT-99-RIO Custom Specific for Internal I/O Usage

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Strapping Headers

ISPCON

JGP

JRST

JRTC

PLD Programming Connector, not stuffed

Jumper to Reset BIOS CMOS RAM Values

Jumper to Reset Board

Jumper to Reset RTC Core of ICH8, not stuffed

Connectors & Sockets

J1/J2

PEXPT

PEXPB

PIDET

PIDEB

PITP

PPCIE

SODIMM1

SODIMM2

CompactPCI Bus 32-bit, 33MHz, PXI, Rear I/O

Expansion Interface Connector (LPC Interface (2 nd

Super-I/O, 2 nd

FWH), USB Interfaces, HD Audio Interface, SMBus), available either from top (T) or bottom (B) of the board

Ultra ATA/100 IDE Port (Interface to CompactFlash ATA Socket on

C10-CFA), available either from top (T) or bottom (B) of the board

CPU Debug Port

PCI Express Expansion Interface Connector

200-pin DDR2 Memory Module SDRAM PC2-4200/5300

(DDR533/667) Sockets

Front Panel Elements

Ethernet

(GbE1/2)

Graphics

(DVI-I)

USB1/2

GP

HD

PG

Dual 1000Base-TX/100Base-TX/10Base-T, RJ-45 Receptacles with integrated indicator LEDs

DVI-I Integrated (digital & analog) Receptacle, suitable for DVI digital flat panel displays and/or analog monitors

Universal Serial Bus 2.0 self powered root hub, type A receptacle

General Purpose LED

LED indicating any activity on IDE or SATA ports

LED indicating Power Good/Board Healthy

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Microprocessor

The CCG-RUMBA is designed for use with Core

TM

2 Duo processors manufactured in 65nm technology.

These includes also the Ultra Low-Voltage (ULV) and the Low-Voltage (LV) Core

TM

2 Duo processors as listed below. The processors are housed in a Micro FC-BGA package for direct soldering to the PCB, i.e. the CPU chip cannot be removed or changed by the user.

The processors supported by the CCG-RUMBA are running at FSB clock speeds of 533MHz, 667MHz and 800MHz. The internal Core

TM

2 Duo processor speed is achieved by multiplying the host bus frequency by a variable value. The multiplier is chosen by currently required performance and the actual core temperature. To further lowering the power dissipation, the processor is able to halve its

FSB clock speed dynamically. This technology is called Enhanced Intel SpeedStep®.

Power is applied across the CompactPCI connectors J1 (3.3V, 5V). The processor core voltage is generated by a switched voltage regulator, sourced from the 5V plane. The processor signals its required core voltage by 7 dedicated pins according to Intels IMVP-6 voltage regulator specification.

Processor Number of Cores

2

Speed min/max

[GHz]

65nm Processors Supported

Host

Bus

[MHz]

L2

Cache

[MB]

TDP

[W]

Die Temp

[°C]

0.80/1.06

533 2 10 0-100 ULV Core 2 Duo

U7500

ULV Core 2 Duo

U7600

1)

LV Core 2 Duo

L7500

SV Core 2 Duo

T7500

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2

2

0.80/1.20

0.80/1.60

0.80/2.20

533

800

800

2

4

4

10

17

35

0-100

0-100

0-100

CPU ID Stepping

06FDh

06FDh

06FAh

06FAh

M-0

M-0

E-1

E-1 sSpec

SLV3X

SLV3W

SLA3R

SLA3N

1)

Following the Intel Embedded Roadmap, this processor is not recommended for long time availability.

Thermal Considerations

In order to avoid malfunctioning of the CCG-RUMBA, take care of appropriate cooling of the processor, GMCH and system, e.g. by a cooling fan suitable to the maximum power consumption of the CPU chip actually in use. Please note, that the processors die temperature is steadily measured by a special controller (LM87), attached to the onboard SMBus

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(System Management Bus). A second temperature sensor internal to the LM87 allows for acquisition of the boards surface temperature.

Beside this the LM87 also monitors most of the supply voltages. A suitable software to display both, the temperatures as well as the supply voltages, is MBM (Motherboard Monitor), which can be downloaded from the web. After installation, both temperatures and voltages can be observed permanently from the Windows taskbar.

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The CCG-RUMBA is equipped with a passive heatsink. Its height takes into account the 4HP limitation in mounting space of a CompactPCI board. In addition, a forced vertical airflow through the system enclosure (e.g. bottom mount fan unit) is strongly recommended (>10m

CPU slot). As an exception, the CCG-1-RUMBA (ULV Core

TM

3

/h or 300LFM around the

2 Duo 1.06GHz) can be operated with natural convection only. Be sure to thoroughly discuss your actual cooling needs with EKF. Generally, the faster the CPU speed the higher its power consumption. For higher ambient temperatures, consider increasing the forced airflow to 500LFM or higher.

The table showing the supported processors above give also the maximum power consumption (TDP

= Thermal Design Power) of a particular processor. Fortunately, the power consumption is by far lower when executing typical Windows or Linux tasks. The heat dissipation increases when e.g.

rendering software like the Acrobat Distiller is executed.

The Core

TM

2 Duo processors support Intel's Enhanced SpeedStep® technology. This enables dynamic switching between multiple core voltages and frequencies depending on core temperature and currently required performance. The processors are able to reduce their core speed and core voltage in multiple steps down to 800MHz. Furthermore they can reduce their FSB clock speed to half the frequency. This leads to an obvious reduction of power consumption (max. 12W @800MHz) resulting in less heating. This mode of lowering the processor core temperature is called TM2 (TM=Thermal

Monitor). The following figure shows the performance derating with increasing ambient temperature caused by dynamic frequency changes.

Performance Derating

2.2GHz/800MHz FSB Core®2 Duo

Processor T7500

Airflow=2m/s [400lfm]

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4000

3000

2000

1000

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Temp °C

CPU Score

Memory Score

Graphics Score

Another way to reduce power consumption is to modulate the processor clock. This mode (TM1) is achieved by actuating the 'Stop Clock' input of the CPU. A throttling of 50% e.g. means a duty cycle of 50% on the stop clock input. However, while saving considerable power consumption, the data throughput of the processor is also reduced. The processor works at full speed until the core temperature reaches a critical value.

Then the processor is throttled by 50%. As soon as the high temperature situation disappears the throttling will be disabled and the processors runs at full speed again.

A similar feature is embedded within the Graphics and

Memory Controller (GMCH) GME965. An on-die temperature sensor is used to protect the GMCH from exceeding its maximum junction temperature (T

RUMBA enables mode TM2 which is the most efficient.

J,max

=110°C) by reducing the memory bandwidth. These features are controllable by BIOS menu entries. By default the BIOS of the CCG-

A very efficient power saving tool is RMClock (for more details please refer to the link below).

http://www.ekf.com/c/ccpu/firmware/rmclock_howto.pdf

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Main Memory

The CCG-RUMBA is equipped with two sockets for installing 200-pin SO-DIMM modules (module height = 1.25 inch). Supported are unbuffered DDR2 SO-DIMMs (V

CC

=1.8V) without ECC featuring on-die termination (ODT), according the PC2-4200 or PC2-5300 specification. Minimum memory size is 128MB; maximum memory size is 4GB. Due to the video requirements of the GME965 chipset, a minimum of 2x512MB of memory is recommended for the operating systems Windows 2000,

Windows XP or Windows Vista (some of the system memory is dedicated to the graphics controller).

The contents of the SPD EEPROM on the SO-DIMMs is used by the BIOS at POST (Power-on Self Test) to program the memory controller within the chipset.

The GME965 chipset supports symmetric and asymmetric memory organization. The maximum memory performance can be obtained by using the symmetric mode. When in this mode, the GMCH accesses the memory sockets in an interleaved way. Since the GME965 supports Intels Flex Memory

Technology, interleaved operation isn't limited to systems using two SO-DIMMs of equal capacity. In the case of unequal memory population the smaller SO-DIMM dictates the address space of the interleaved accessible memory region. The remainder of the memory is then accessed in noninterleaved mode.

In asymmetric mode the SO-DIMMs always will be accessed in a non-interleaved manner with the drawback of less bandwidth. The only meaningful application of asymmetric mode is the special case when only one SO-DIMM socket is populated (i.e. one socket may be left empty). In order to operate

AMT, SO-DIMM socket 1 should be stuffed then.

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LAN Subsystem

The Ethernet LAN subsystem is composed of two Gigabit Ethernet ports: One Intel 82566 physical layer Transceiver (PHY) using the ICH8 internal MAC and one Intel 82573 Gigabit Ethernet controller.

These devices provide also legacy 10Base-T and 100Base-TX connectivity. The Ethernet ports are fed to two RJ45 jacks located in the front panel. Each port includes the following features:

One PCI Express lane per Ethernet port (250MB/s)

1000Base-Tx (Gigabit Ethernet), 100Base-TX (Fast Ethernet) and 10Base-T (Classic Ethernet) capability.

Half- or full-duplex operation.

IEEE 802.3u Auto-Negotiation for the fastest available connection.

Jumperless configuration (complete software-configurable).

Two bicoloured LEDs integrated into the dedicated RJ-45 connector to signal the LAN link, the

LAN connection speed and activity status.

Each device is connected by a single PCI Express lane to the chipset (ICH8). Their MAC addresses

(unique hardware number) are stored in dedicated FLASH/EEPROM components. The Intel Ethernet software and drivers for the 82566 and 82573 is available from Intel's World Wide Web site for download.

When managing the board by Intel Active Management Technology (AMT), the dedicated network port to do so is accessible by the RJ45 connector GbE1.

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Serial ATA Interface (SATA)

The CCG-RUMBA provides three serial ATA (SATA) ports each capable of transferring 3Gbps

(300MByte/s). Integrated within the ICH8 the SATA controller features different modes to support also legacy operating systems. The SATA channels are routed to the CompactPCI J2 connector, thus they are accessible via the rear I/O transition module CCT-RIO.

A LED named HD located in the front panel, signals disk activity status of the SATA and IDE devices.

Available for download from Intel's web site are drivers for popular operating systems, e.g. Windows®

2000, Windows® XP, Windows® Vista and Linux.

Enhanced IDE Interface

The EIDE interface handles the exchange of information between the processor and peripheral devices like hard disks, ATA CompactFlash cards and CD-ROM drives. The interface supports:

C

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Up to two ATA devices

PIO Mode 3/4, Ultra ATA/33, Ultra ATA/66, Ultra ATA/100

The IDE interface is routed to the on-board connectors PIDET and PIDEB (T:top side, B:bottom side of the board). PIDE is used to interface to the CompactFlash Card adapter C10-CFA or to expansion boards like CCH-MARIACHI. Use the C10-CFA adapter to attach a CompactFlash ATA style silicon disk, whenever a hard disk is not suitable for your system, or as an additional mass storage device. The

CCH-MARIACHI expansion board for example is capable to carry an on-board 1.8" or 2.5" hard disk drive. When using the 1.8" option the concurrent operation of a CompactFlash device is possible.

The LED named HD located in the front panel, signals disk activity status of the IDE and SATA devices.

The IDE controller is integrated into the ICH8. Ultra ATA IDE drivers can be downloaded from the Intel web site.

Graphics Subsystem

The graphics subsystem is part of the Intel GME965 Graphics/Memory Controller Hub (GMCH). The

CCG-RUMBA offers two digital (SDVO) and one analog (VGA) interface. One of the SDVO ports and the VGA interface is provided by a DVI-I graphics connector. This is both a digital and analog interface. Recent digital input flat-panel displays are widely available with this connector style. For classic monitors, adapters or adapter cables can be used for converting from DVI-I to the 15-pin HD

D-SUB connector.

A special display transmitter chip is used to convert Intel's proprietary, PCI express based SDVO interface to the differential DVI signals. The SiI1362 (Silicon Image) transmitter uses PanelLink® Digital technology to support displays ranging from VGA to UXGA resolutions (25 - 165Mpps) in a single link interface.

The 2 nd

SDVO port is fed to the on-board connector PSDVO. Expansion boards like CCH-MARIACHI feature the display transmitter and provide a 2 nd

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The GMCH supports several video resolutions and refresh rates. A partial list is contained in the table below. Please note, that flat-panel displays should be operated with their maximum resolution at

60Hz refresh rate.

Resolution

640x480

800x600

1024x768

1280x1024

1600x1200

2048x1536

Partial List of GME965 GMCH Video Modes (analog / digital)

60Hz 70Hz 72Hz 75Hz

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T

/ T

T

/ T

T

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T

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This video mode is suitable for popular flat-panel displays.

As an option, the CCG-RUMBA can be equipped with an ordinary HD D-Sub 15-lead connector (VGA style). This connector is suitable for analog signals only, so the PanelLink transmitter is not stuffed with this option. Nevertheless also flat-panel displays can be attached to the D-Sub connector but with minor reduced image quality.

Independent from the video connector actually in use, DVI or VGA, the VESA DDC 2B standard is supported. This is a two-wire serial bus (clock, data), which is controlled by the GMCH and allows to read out important parameters, e.g. the maximum allowable resolution, from the attached monitor.

In addition, DDC Power (+5V) is delivered to either connector. A resettable fuse is stuffed to protect the board from an external short-circuit condition (0.75A).

Graphics drivers for the GME965 can be downloaded from the Intel web site.

Real-Time Clock

The CCG-RUMBA has a time-of-day clock and 100-year calendar, integrated into the ICH8. A battery on the board keeps the clock current when the computer is turned off. The CCG uses a BR2032 lithium battery soldered in the board, giving an autonomy of more than 5 years. Under normal conditions, replacement should be superfluous during lifetime of the board.

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Universal Serial Bus (USB)

The CCG-RUMBA is provided with seven USB ports, all of them are USB 2.0 capable. Two USB interfaces are routed to front panel connectors, two ports are feed to the expansion board interface connectors PEXP, and three ports are optionally available for rear I/O across the J2/P2 CompactPCI connector.

The front panel USB connectors can source up to 0.5A/5V each, over-current protected by two electronic switches. Protection for the USB ports on the expansion interface and on the rear I/O connector is located on expansion boards like CCH-MARIACHI and the CCT-RIO respective. The USB controllers are integrated into the ICH8.

LPC Super-I/O Interface

In a modern system, legacy ports as PS/2 keyboard/mouse, COM1/2 and LPT have been replaced by

USB and Ethernet connectivity. The 1.4MB floppy disk drive has been swapped against CD- or DVD-

RW drives, attached to a SATA connector, or USB memory sticks. Hence, the CCG-RUMBA is virtually provided with all necessary I/O ports. However, for compatibility purposes the CCG is additionally equipped with a simple Super-I/O chip, for optional rear I/O of PS/2 keyboard/mouse and COM1 (TTL level only) across the J2/P2 CPCI connector. The Super-I/O controller resides on the local LPC bus (LPC

= Low Pin Count interface standard), which is a serialized ISA bus replacement.

As an alternative, EKF offers multiple expansion boards to the CCG-RUMBA, featuring all classic Super-

I/O functionality. For example the CCH-MARIACHI is a 3U Eurocard with a 4HP (single) width front panel. Access to the connectors PS/2 (mouse, keyboard), COM, USB and audio in/out is given directly from the front panel. The CCH-MARIACHI connects to the CCG-RUMBA across the connector PEXPT or PEXPB. The CCH can be attached either to the top or to the bottom of the CCG-RUMBA.

SPI Flash

The BIOS is stored in two flash devices with Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI). 4MByte of BIOS code,

AMT firmware and user data may be stored nonvolatile in these SPI flashs (up to 16MByte of flash space is available on request).

The SPI flash contents can be reprogrammed (if suitable) by a DOS based tool. This program and the latest CCG-RUMBA BIOS are available from the EKF website. Read carefully the enclosed instructions.

If the programming procedure fails e.g. caused by a power interruption, the CCG-RUMBA may no more be operable. In this case you would have to send in the board, because the flash devices are directly soldered to the PCB and cannot be changed by the user.

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Reset

The CCG-RUMBA is provided with several supervisor circuits to monitor supply voltages like 1.8V,

3.3V, 5V, and to generate a clean power-on reset signal.

Due to lack of space within the front panel the CCG-RUMBA does not offer a classical push button to force a manual board reset. Nevertheless it is possible to reset the board manually. The ejector within the front panel contains a micro switch that is used to generate a board reset signal. This is done by pushing the red button of the ejector until the handle unlocks without ejecting the board.

Immediately after that push up the ejector back to its original position (the red button jumps up as well). Animated GIF: www.ekf.com/c/ccpu/img/reset_400.gif

The 2 nd

function of the red push button is to act as the board's power button. When pressing besides the reset also a power button event is created.

NOTE: To prevent the board to cause a power button override, the handle should be closed immediately after unlocking the front panel handle. A power button override is triggered by opening the front panel handle for at least 4 seconds. It results in bringing the board to power state S5. In case of entering this state, unlock and lock the front panel handle a 2 nd

time to reenter normal power state S0 again. See also section 'PG (Power Good) LED' to see how the CCG-RUMBA indicates the different power states.

WARNING: The CCG-RUMBA will enter the power state S5 (Soft Off) if the front panel handle is not closed properly when the system powers up. An open handle is signalled by a yellow blinking ‘PG LED’

(the latter feature has been added to boards from revision 2.03.1x off, as of May 2011).

The manual reset and power button functionality of the front panel handle could be controlled by

BIOS Setup.

An alternative (and recommended) way to generate a system reset is to activate the signal PRST# located on CompactPCI connector J2 pin C17. Pulling this signal to GND will have the same effect as to push the handle's red push button.

The healthy state of the CCG-RUMBA is indicated by the LED PG (Power Good) located in the front panel. This bicoloured LED signals different states of the board (see section below). As soon as this

LED begins to shine green all power voltages are within their specifications and the reset signal has been deasserted.

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Watchdog

An important reliability feature is the watchdog function, which is programmable by software. The behaviour of the watchdog is defined within the PLD, which activates/deactivates the watchdog and controls its time-out period. The time-out delay is adjustable in the steps 2, 10, 50 and 255 seconds.

After alerting the WD and programming the time-out value, the related software (e.g. application program) must trigger the watchdog periodically. To simplify watchdog programming all watchdog related functions can be done by calling service requests (software SMI's).

The watchdog is in a passive state after a system reset. There is no need to trigger it at boot time. The watchdog is activated on the first trigger request. If the duration between two trigger requests exceeds the programmed period, the watchdog times out and a full system reset will be generated.

The watchdog remains in the active state until the next system reset. There is no way to disable it once it has been put on alert, whereas it is possible to reprogram its time-out value at any time.

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PG (Power Good) LED

The CCG-RUMBA offers a LED labelled PG located within the front panel. After system reset, this LED defaults to signal different board states:

C

C

C

C

C

C

Off Sleep state S3, S4 or S5

Red steady Hardware failure

Red blink

Yellow

Software failure

Management state S3/M1, S4/M1 or S5/M1

Yellow blink Front panel handle is unlocked

1)

Green Healthy

1)

This feature is available from board revision 2.03.1x forward.

In the states Off or Yellow the LEDs GP and HD decode the kind of sleep state as follows:

State Description LED GP LED HD

S3 Suspend to RAM OFF ON

S4 Suspend to Disk

S5 Soft Off

ON

ON

OFF

ON

To enter the PG LED state Software failure an appropriate BIOS request must be called. The PG LED remains in this red blinking state until the next BIOS request is made. After that it falls back to its default function.

HD (Hard Disk Activity) LED

The CCG-RUMBA offers a LED marked as HD placed within the front panel. This LED signals activity on any device attached to the SATA or the IDE ports. As described above this LED may change its function dependent on the state of the LED PG.

GP (General Purpose) LED

Another more programmable LED can be observed from the front panel. The status of the GP LED is controlled by the GPO18 output of the ICH8. Setting this pin to "1" will switch on the LED. To turn on or off the green LED an appropriate service request (software SMI) must be made.

While the CPU card is controlled by the BIOS firmware, the GP LED is used to signal board status information. For details please refer to www.ekf.com/c/ccpu/ccg/firmware/biosinfo.txt

.

After successful operating system boot, the GP LED is not dedicated to any particular hardware or firmware function with exception of special states of the LED PG as described above. Hence it may be freely used by customer software.

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Hot Swap Detection

The CompactPCI specification added the signal ENUM# to the PCI bus to allow the board hot swapping. This signal is routed to the GPI3 of the ICH8. A System Management Interrupt (SMI) can be requested if ENUM# changes by insertion or removal of a board.

Note that the CCG-RUMBA itself is not a hot swap device, because it makes no sense to remove the system controller from a CompactPCI system. However, it is capable to recognize the hot swap of peripheral boards and to start software that is doing any necessary system reconfiguration.

Power Supply Status (DEG#, FAL#)

Power supply failures may be detected before the system crashes down by monitoring the signals

DEG# or FAL#. These active low lines are additions of the CompactPCI specification and may be driven by the power supply. DEG# signals the degrading of the supply voltages, FAL# there possible failure. On the CCG-RUMBA the signal FAL# is routed to the GPI4 and DEG# to the GPI5 of the ICH8.

PXI Trigger Signals

As an option, the CCG-RUMBA supports four of the eight trigger signals of the PXI standard, as defined by National Instruments. The trigger signals are provided by the local SIO (Super-I/O) chip

IT8761E. GPIO20/21 are routed to TRIG0/1, and GPIO26/27 are used to control TRIG6/7. These signals can also be used as GPIO lines in a non-PXI environment.

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Rear I/O Options

Optionally, the CCG-RUMBA can be used for rear I/O with respect to the following functions:

Analog Graphics

1 Gigabit Ethernet Port

3 SATA Ports

3 USB Ports

Keyboard, Mouse

COM1 (TTL Level)

The pin assignment of the rear I/O connector J2 is chosen to be plugin compatible with EKFs CPU board CCD-CALYPSO.

The analog graphics and the gigabit ethernet port 1 signals are routed to multiplexers on the CCG-

RUMBA. These switches, controlled by BIOS, select either the front panel or the rear I/O connection.

The COM1 port does not include the physical transceiver (TTL level only). This transceiver is located on the rear I/O module CCT-RIO instead.

The CCG is also available in versions suitable for a 64-bit CompactPCI backplane. However, the J2/P2 pin assignments of a 64-bit CPCI backplane differ substantially from a CompactPCI rear I/O backplane.

To use the rear I/O feature the system in use must be equipped with a P2 CompactPCI rear I/O backplane . If the system is provided with a P2 CompactPCI 64-bit backplane instead, several of the

CCG rear I/O signals will collide with the 64-bit address/data lines on the backplane, with unpredictable results regarding the rear I/O signal integrity.

Single Slot Rear I/O Backplane EKF Part No. 932.4.01.080

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Before You Begin

Warnings

The procedures in this chapter assume familiarity with the general terminology associated with industrial electronics and with safety practices and regulatory compliance required for using and modifying electronic equipment. Disconnect any telecommunication links, networks or procedures described in this chapter. Failure links before you open the system or perform or equipment damage. Some parts of the the power switch is in its off state.

the system from its power source and from modems before performing any of the to disconnect power, or telecommunication any procedures can result in personal injury system can continue to operate even though

Caution

Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can damage components. Perform the procedures described in this chapter only at an ESD workstation. If such a some ESD protection by wearing an metal part of the system chassis or board original ESD protected packaging. Retain the station is not available, you can provide antistatic wrist strap front panel. Store the board only in its original packaging (antistatic bag and antistatic box) in case of returning the board to EKF for rapair.

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Warning

This procedure should be done only by qualified technical personnel. Disconnect the system from its power source before doing the procedures described here. Failure to disconnect power, or telecommunication links before you open the system or perform any procedures can result in personal injury or equipment damage.

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C

Typically you will perform the following steps:

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Switch off the system, remove the AC power cord

C

C

Attach your antistatic wrist strap to a metallic part of the system

Remove the board packaging, be sure to touch the board only at the front panel

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C

C

Identify the related CompactPCI slot (peripheral slot for I/O boards, system slot for CPU boards, with the system slot typically most right or most left to the backplane)

Insert card carefully (be sure not to damage components mounted on the bottom side of the board by scratching neighboured front panels)

A card with onboard connectors requires attachment of associated cabling now

Lock the ejector lever, fix screws at the front panel (top/bottom)

Retain original packaging in case of return

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Warning

This procedure should be done only by qualified technical personnel. Disconnect the system from its power source before doing the procedures described here. Failure to disconnect power, or telecommunication links before you open the system or perform any procedures can result in personal injury or equipment damage.

Typically you will perform the following steps:

C

Switch off the system, remove the AC power cord

C

C

Attach your antistatic wrist strap to a metallic part of the system

Identify the board, be sure to touch the board only at the front panel

C

C

C unfasten both front panel screws (top/bottom), unlock the ejector lever

Remove any onboard cabling assembly

Activate the ejector lever

C

C

Remove the card carefully (be sure not to damage components mounted on the bottom side of the board by scratching neighboured front panels)

Store board in the original packaging, do not touch any components, hold the board at the front panel only

Warning

Do not expose the card to fire. Battery cells and other components could explode and cause personal injury.

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EMC Recommendations

In order to comply with the CE regulations for EMC, it is mandatory to observe the following rules:

C

C

The chassis or rack including other boards in use must comply entirely with CE

Close all board slots not in use with a blind front panel

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C

C

C

C

Front panels must be fastened by built-in screws

Cover any unused front panel mounted connector with a shielding cap

External communications cable assemblies must be shielded (shield connected only at one end of the cable)

Use ferrite beads for cabling wherever appropriate

Some connectors may require additional isolating parts

Reccomended Accessories

Blind CPCI Front

Panels

Ferrit Bead Filters

Metal Shielding

Caps

EKF Elektronik

ARP Datacom,

63115 Dietzenbach

Conec-Polytronic,

59557 Lippstadt

Widths currently available

(1HP=5.08mm): with handle 4HP/8HP without handle

2HP/4HP/8HP/10HP/12HP

Ordering No.

102 820 (cable diameter 6.5mm)

102 821 (cable diameter 10.0mm)

102 822 (cable diameter 13.0mm)

Ordering No.

CDFA 09 165 X 13129 X (DB9)

CDSFA 15 165 X 12979 X (DB15)

CDSFA 25 165 X 12989 X (DB25)

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Installing or Replacing the Memory Modules

Note: If you decide to replace the memory, observe the precautions in 'Before You Begin'

By default, the CCG-RUMBA comes fully equipped and tested with two DDR2 SDRAM memory modules. So normally there should be no need to install the memory modules.

The CCG-RUMBA requires at least one PC2-4200/5300 (533/667MHz) DDR2 SDRAM SO-DIMM module in socket SODIMM1 (the lower socket). For better performance two SO-DIMMs of equal capacity are recommended. Further it is necessary to use SO-DIMMs that provide Serial Presence

Detect (SPD) information, since this allows the chipset to accurately configure the memory settings for optimum performance.

A replacement memory module must match the 200-pin SO-DIMM form factor (known from

Notebook PCs), DDR2, V

CC

=1.8V, PC2-4200/PC2-5300 (533/667MHz), on-die termination (ODT), unbuffered, non-ECC style. Suitable modules are available up to 2GB. The GME965 supports modules of up to a maximum of 15 address lines (A0...A14). Memory modules organized by more than 15 address lines are not suitable.

Replacement of the Battery

When your system is turned off, a battery maintains the voltage to run the time-of-day clock and to keep the values in the CMOS RAM. The battery should last during the lifetime of the CCG-RUMBA. For replacement, the old battery must be desoldered, and the new one soldered. We suggest that you send back the board to EKF for battery replacement.

Warning

Danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type. Do not expose a battery to fire.

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Local PCI Devices

The following table shows the on-board PCI devices and their location within the PCI configuration space. These devices consist of the Ethernet controllers and several devices within the GME965 chip set.

26

26

27

28

28

3

3

25

26

Device

Number

0

3

3

2

2

29

29

30

31

31

28

28

28

28

29

29

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Bus

Number

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

7

2

3

0

0

Function

Number

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

2

7

1

4

5

0

1

2

3

Vendor ID Device ID

0x8086

0x8086

0x8086

0x8086

0x8086

0x8086

0x8086

0x8086

0x8086

0x8086

0x8086

0x8086

0x8086

0x8086

0x8086

0x8086

0x8086

0x8086

0x8086

0x8086

0x8086

0x8086

0x8086

0x8086

0x8086

Description

0x2A10

0x2A12

0x2A13

0x2A14

0x2A15

0x2A16

0x2A17

0x1049

0x2834

Host Bridge

Internal Graphics Device

PCI Configuration Regs.

Management Engine 1

Management Engine 2

AMT IDER

KT Redirection

ICH8 Gigabit LAN NC1

USB UHCI Controller #4

0x2835 USB UHCI Controller #5

0x283A USB 2.0 EHCI Controller #2

0x284B

0x283F

0x2841

Intel High Definition Audio

PCI Express Port 1

PCI Express Port 2

0x2843

0x2845

0x2847

0x2849

0x2830

0x2831

PCI Express Port 3

PCI Express Port 4

PCI Express Port 5

PCI Express Port 6

USB UHCI Controller #1

USB UHCI Controller #2

0x2832 USB UHCI Controller #3

0x2836 USB 2.0 EHCI Controller #1

0x2448

0x2811

0x2850

DMI-to-PCI Bridge

LPC Bridge

IDE Controller

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Number

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0

0

3

2)

Device

Number

31

31

31

0

Function

Number

2

3

6

0

Vendor ID

0x8086

0x8086

0x8086

0x8086

Device ID

0x2828

0x2829

0x282A

0x283E

0x284F

0x109A

Description

SATA: Non-AHCI/RAID

1)

SATA: AHCI Mode

1)

SATA: RAID 0/1 Mode

SMB Controller

Thermal Controller

1)

Ethernet Controller NC2

1)

Depends on BIOS implementation.

2)

Bus number can vary depending on the PCI enumeration schema implemented in BIOS.

Local SMB Devices

The CCG-RUMBA contains a few devices that are reachable via the System Management Bus (SMBus).

These are the clock generation chip, the SPD EEPROMs on the SO-DIMM memory modules, a general purpose serial EEPROM and a supply voltage and CPU temperature controlling device in particular.

Other devices could be connected to the SMB via the CompactPCI signals IPMB SCL (J1 B17) and IPMB

SDA (J1 C17).

Address

0x58

0xA0

0xA4

0xAE

0xD2

Description

Hardware Monitor/CPU Temperature Sensor (LM87)

SPD of SODIMM1

SPD of SODIMM2

General Purpose EEPROM

Main Clock Generation (CK-505)

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Hardware Monitor LM87

Located on the SMBus the CCG-RUMBA offers a hardware monitor of type LM87/NSC. This device is capable to observe board and CPU temperatures as well as several supply voltages generated on the board with a resolution of 8 bit. The following table shows the mapping of the voltage inputs of the

LM87 to the corresponding supply voltages of the CCG-RUMBA:

Input

AIN1

AIN2

VCCP1

VCCP2/D2-

+2.5V/D2+

+3.3V

+5V

+12V

Source

CPU Core Voltage

+1.05V

+1.5V

+1.8V

+1.25V

+3.3V

+5V

+10V

Resolution

[mV]

9.8

9.8

14.1

14.1

13

17.2

26

62.5

Register

0x28

0x29

0x21

0x25

0x20

0x22

0x23

0x24

Beside the continuous measuring of temperatures and voltages the LM87 may compare these values against programmable upper and lower boundaries. As soon as a measurement violates the allowed value, the LM87 may request an interrupt via the GPI[8] of the ICH8.

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GPIO 13

GPIO 14

GPIO 15

GPIO 16

GPIO 17

GPIO 18

GPIO 19

GPIO 20

GPIO 21

GPIO 22

GPIO 23

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GPIO Usage ICH8

GPIO

GPIO 0

GPIO 1

GPIO 2

GPIO 3

GPIO 4

GPIO 5

GPIO 6

GPIO 7

GPIO 8

GPIO 9

GPIO 10

GPIO 11

I

O

I

I

I

I

I

I

I/O

Type Tol.

I/O

O

I

3.3V

3.3V

5V

5V

5V

5V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

CCG-RUMBA GPIO Usage ICH8

Function

BM_BUSY#

CPCI_CLK_EN

CPCI_INTP

Description

Multiplexed with chipset internal function

Enable CompactPCI Clock Buffer

CompactPCI Interrupt Request Line INTP

CPCI_ENUM#

CPCI_FAL#

CPCI_DEG#

CPCI_INTS_EN

CPCI_SYSEN#

HM_INT#

WOL_EN

WDOGRST

HWREV0

CompactPCI System Enumeration Line ENUM#

CompactPCI Power Failure Line FAL#

CompactPCI Power Degeneration Line DEG#

Connect SERIRQ to CompactPCI Line INTS

LOW: SERIRQ disconnected from INTS

HIGH: SERIRQ connected to INTS

Sense CompactPCI System Slot Enable Line SYSEN#

Hardware Monitor LM87 Interrupt Line

Not used on CCG (fixed via resistor to GND)

Last Hardware Reset caused by watchdog

GPIO 26/12/11 000

Revision

PCB Revision Code Bit 0:

0

001 010 ...

100 ...

111

1 2 4 7

GPIO 25

GPIO 26

I

I

O

I/O

O

O

O

O

I

O

O

I

I

O

I

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

HWREV1

EXP_SMI#

GP_JUMP#

STP_PCI#

DPRSLPVR

N/A

GP_LED

PLD_SCL

SE_SYS_WP

PLD_SDA

IDE_CBLID#

LPC_DRQEXP#

CPCI_SMB_EN

STP_CPU#

HWREV2

PCB Revision Code Bit 1 (see GPIO 11)

Expansion Interface SMI# Line

BIOS CMOS Values Reset Jumper JGP

Fixed to chipset internal function

Multiplexed with chipset internal function

Not used on CCG (fixed via resistor to GND)

General Purpose LED Control (via PLD)

Local Option Reg Interface (within PLD)

General Purpose Serial EEPROM Write Protection

Local Option Reg Interface (within PLD)

IDE 80pol. Cable Detection Line

Expansion Interface LPC DMA Request Line

Connect CPCI IPMB to local SMBus

LOW: IPMB disconnected from SMBus

HIGH: IPMB connected to SMBus

Fixed to chipset internal function

PCB Revision Code Bit 2 (see GPIO 11)

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GPIO 27

GPIO 28

Type

O

O

Tol.

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

N/A

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

3.3V

1.05V

5V

3.3V

5V

3.3V

5V

3.3V

N/A

I/O

I

I

I

I

I/O

I

I

I/O

O

I/O

OD

I

I

O

I

O

I

O

I

O

GPIO 29

GPIO 30

GPIO 31

GPIO 32

GPIO 33

GPIO 34

GPIO 35

GPIO 36

GPIO 37-39

GPIO 40

GPIO 41

GPIO 42

GPIO 43

GPIO 44-47

GPIO 48

GPIO 49

GPIO 50

GPIO 51

GPIO 52

GPIO 53

GPIO 54

GPIO 55

CCG-RUMBA GPIO Usage ICH8

Function

VGA_SWITCH

ETH_SWITCH

CPCI_12VOK

USB_OC6#

Description

VGA Switching Line:

LOW: VGA via Rear I/O

HIGH: VGA via Front I/O

Ethernet Switching Line:

LOW: Ethernet Port #1 via Rear I/O

HIGH: Ethernet Port #1 via Front I/O

CompactPCI +12V Present

USB Port #6 Overcurrent Detect Line

USB_OC7#

CLKRUN#

NC2_EN

N/A

SATACLKREQ#

N/A

BOARD_CFG

USB_OC1#

USB_OC2#

USB_OC3#

USB_OC4#

N/A

N/A

CPU_PWRGD

CPCI_REQ1#

CPCI_GNT1#

CPCI_REQ2#

CPCI_GNT2#

CPCI_REQ3#

CPCI_GNT3#

USB Port #7 Overcurrent Detect Line

Fixed to chipset internal function

Enable Ethernet Controller NC2

Not used on CCG

Multiplexed to chipset internal function

Not used on CCG (fixed via resistor to GND)

Board Configuration Jumpers

USB Port #1 Overcurrent Detect Line

USB Port #2 Overcurrent Detect Line

USB Port #3 Overcurrent Detect Line

USB Port #4 Overcurrent Detect Line

Not implemented

Not used on CCG (fixed via resistor to GND)

CPU Power Good Line

CompactPCI Bus Request Line CPCI_REQ1#

CompactPCI Bus Grant Line CPCI_GNT1#

CompactPCI Bus Request Line CPCI_REQ2#

CompactPCI Bus Grant Line CPCI_GNT2#

CompactPCI Bus Request Line CPCI_REQ3#

CompactPCI Bus Grant Line CPCI_GNT3#

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GPIO Usage SIO

GPIO

GPIO 13

Type

I

Tol.

5V

1)

GPIO 14/15 I/O 5V/8mA

1)

GPIO 16/17 I/O 5V/24mA

1)

GPIO 20 I/O 5V/8mA

1)

GPIO 21 I/O 5V/8mA

1)

GPIO 22-25 I/O 5V/24mA

1)

GPIO 26

GPIO 27

I/O 5V/24mA

1)

I/O 5V/24mA

1)

CCG-RUMBA GPIO Usage SIO

Function

CPCI_64EN#

N/A

N/A

PXI_TRIG0

PXI_TRIG1

N/A

PXI_TRIG6

PXI_TRIG7

Description

CompactPCI 64-Bit Backplane

Not used on CCG

Not used on CCG

PXI Trigger 0 on CompactPCI J2 Pin B16

PXI Trigger 1 on CompactPCI J2 Pin A16

Not used on CCG

PXI Trigger 6 on CompactPCI J2 Pin E18

PXI Trigger 7 on CompactPCI J2 Pin E16

1)

These GPIOs have pullup resistors of approx. 50kΩ within the SIO.

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Configuration Jumpers

Reset Jumper BIOS CMOS RAM Values (JGP)

The jumper JGP is used to bring the contents of the battery backed CMOS RAM to a default state. The

BIOS uses the CMOS to store configuration values, e.g. the actual boot devices. Using this jumper is only necessary, if it is not possible to enter the setup of the BIOS. To reset the CMOS RAM mount a jumper on JGP and perform a system reset. As long as the jumper is stuffed the BIOS will use the default CMOS values after any system reset. To get normal operation again, the jumper has to be removed.

JGP

1

1)

This setting is the factory default.

JGP

Jumper OFF

1)

Jumper ON

1=GPI 2=GND

Function

No CMOS reset performed

CMOS reset performed

Reset Jumper ICH8 RTC Core (JRTC)

The jumper JRTC is used to reset the battery backed core of the ICH8. This effects some registers within the ICH8 RTC core that are important before the CPU starts its work after a system reset. Note that JRTC will neither perform the clearing of the CMOS RAM values nor resets the real time clock. To reset the RTC core the board must be removed from the system rack. Short-circuit the pins of JRTC for about 1 sec. After that reinstall the board to the system and switch on the power. It is important to accomplish the RTC reset while the board has no power.

JRTC

1

1) This setting is the factory default.

1=RTCRST# 2=GND

JRTC

Jumper OFF

1)

Jumper ON

Function

No RTC reset performed

RTC reset performed

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Connectors

Caution

Some of the internal connectors provide operating voltage (3.3V and 5V) to devices inside the system chassis, such as internal peripherals. Not all of these connectors are overcurrent protected. Do not use these internal connectors for powering devices external to the computer chassis. A fault in the load presented by the external devices could cause damage to the board, the interconnecting cable and the external devices themselves.

Front Panel Connectors

CCG-

RUMBA

CCH-

MARIACHI

CCG-

RUMBA

CCH-

MARIACHI

CCG-

RUMBA

CCH-

MARIACHI

CCG-

RUMBA

CCH-

MARIACHI

D

V

I

I

USB

P

G

G

P

G-ETH

A

U

D

I

O

U

S

B

C

O

M

A

L-IN

L-OUT

H

D

C

O

M

B

D

V

I

I

USB

P

G

G

P

G-ETH

A

U

D

I

O

U

S

B

C

O

M

A

L-IN

L-OUT

H

D

A

U

D

I

O

D

I

G

D

V

I

I

D

V

I

2

USB

P

G

G

P

G-ETH

A

U

D

I

O

L-IN

L-OUT

H

D

C

O

M

B

D

V

I

I

D

V

I

2

USB

P

G

G

P

G-ETH

A

U

D

I

O

L-IN

L-OUT

H

D

A

U

D

I

O

D

I

G

CCG-RUMBA

DVI

CCH-MARIACHI

2 x RS-232

CCG-RUMBA

DVI

CCH-MARIACHI

Digital Audio

CCG-RUMBA

DVI

CCH-MARIACHI

DVI & RS-232

Typical CCG-RUMBA Front Panel Elements

CCG-RUMBA

DVI

CCH-MARIACHI

DVI & Digital Audio

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Video Monitor Connector DVI-I

17 9

1

17

18

19

DVI-I

TX0-

TX0+

GND

9

10

11

TX1-

TX1+

GND

1

2

3

TX2-

TX2+

GND

20

21

12

13

4

5

22 GND 14 DDC_POW

1)

6 DDC_SCL

2)

23 TXC+ 15 GND 7 DDC_SDA

2)

24 16 8 c6 c3 c4 c1 c5 c2

24 TXCc3

16

BLUE

2)

DVI_HP c1

8

RED

2) c6 GND c5 GND c4 HSYNC

2) c2

1)

+5V protoected by a PolySwitch Fuse 0.75A.

2)

This signal may be switched either to the front connector or to the rear I/O adapter CCT-RIO.

GREEN

2)

VSYNC

2)

For attachment of an ordinary analog RGB monitor to the DVI-I receptacle, there are both adapters and also adapter cables available from DVI-I to the HD-SUB15 connector. Attachment of digital monitors (flat panel displays) should be done by means of a DVI to DVI cable (single link style cable is sufficient).

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Video Monitor Connector VGA

As an option, the CCG-RUMBA can be equipped with a legacy VGA connector (High-Density D-Sub

15-position female connector). The VGA connector replaces the DVI-I receptacle, and the digital video interface therefore is not available with this option.

15

10

5

VGA (Option)

1

2

3

4

5

RED

2)

GREEN

2)

BLUE

2)

NC

GND

6

7

GND

GND

11 1

8

9

GND

DDC_POW

1)

6

10

11

12

GND

NC

DDC_SDA

2)

HSYNC

2)

13

14 VSYNC

2)

15 DDC_SCL

1)

+5V protoected by a PolySwitch Fuse 0.75A

2)

This signal may be switched either to the front connector or to the rear I/O adapter CCT-RIO.

2)

USB Connectors

1 4

1) +5V protected by an Electronic Fuse 0.5A

USB Ports 1/2

1

2

3

4

POW

USB DATA NEG

USB DATA POS

GND

1)

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Ethernet Connectors

1

1

270.02.08.5

G-ETH1/2 (RJ45)

1

2

3

4

5

8

1

2

3

6

7

6

7

4

5

8

NC1_MDX0+

1)

NC1_MDX0-

1)

NC1_MDX1+

1)

NC1_MDX2+

1)

NC1_MDX2-

1)

NC1_MDX1-

1)

NC1_MDX3+

1)

NC1_MDX3-

1)

NC2_MDX0+

NC2_MDX0-

NC2_MDX1+

NC2_MDX2+

NC2_MDX2-

NC2_MDX1-

NC2_MDX3+

NC2_MDX3-

1)

This signal may be switched either to the front connector or to the rear I/O adapter CCT-RIO.

The upper green/yellow dual-LED signals 1Gbit/s when lit yellow, 100Mbit/s when lit green, and

10Mbit/s when off. The lower green LED indicates LINK established when continuously on, and data transfer (activity) when blinking. If the lower green LED is permanently off, no LINK is established.

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Internal Connectors

The CCG-RUMBA is provided with several stacking connectors for attachment of a mezzanine expansion module (aka side board), suitable for a variety of readily available mezzanine cards (please refer to www.ekf.com/c/ccpu/mezz_ovw.pdf for a more comprehensive overview). EKF furthermore offers custom specific development of side boads (please contact [email protected]).

IDE - PATA

C10-CFA

C17-CFA

C30-PATA

CCE-PUNK and many more

Legacy Expansion

LPC, Audio, USB

C23-SATA

CCH-MARIACHI

CCI-RAP

CCJ-RHYTHM

CCK-MARIMBA

CCL-CAPELLA

J-PCIE

PCI Express 1x4 / 4x1

C23-SATA

CCI-RAP

CCJ-RHYTHM

CCK-MARIMBA

CCL-CAPELLA

CCG-RUMBA

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Mezzanine Module

(Side Board)

Expansion Options

J-SDVO

SDVO Video Output

(DVI-D, HDMI, DisplayPort, VGA)

CCH-MARIACHI

CCI-RAP

CCJ-RHYTHM

Most mezzanine expansion modules require an assembly height of 8HP in total, together with the

CPU carrier board (resulting from two cards at 4HP pitch each).

In addition, cropped mezzanine modules are available for mass storage, which maintain the 4HP envelope, for extremely compact systems. Furthermore these small size modules may be combined with the full-size expansion boards (that means an assembly comprised of 3 or even more PCBs).

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The picture below illustrates a typical mezzanine stack, comprised of the CPU carrier board (shared front panel from 4HP to 12HP, individually tailored to customers configuration), a mezzanine side board with a variety of PCIe and legacy interface functions (front panel and/or rear I/O), and a SATA storage module (either SSD or hard disk, 1.8-inch or 2.5-inch, dual or single drive, RAID option).

Sample Side Boards

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CCG-RUMBA • CCK-MARIMBA PMC/XMC Carrier Side Card • DE1-FOX PMC Module

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CCG-RUMBA • CCK-MARIMBA • DX1-LYNX XMC Module (Dual Drive)

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CCG-RUMBA w. C23-SATA Side Board

CCG-RUMBA CPU Board with CCE-PUNK Side Board (Similar Picture)

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CCG-RUMBA & CCH-MARIACHI with Hard Disk

CCG-RUMBA & CCH-MARIACHI with Secondary DVI and Digital Audio

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CCG-RUMBA w. CCI-RAP

CCG-RUMBA & CCJ-RHYTHM on a Hybrid Backplane

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CCG-RUMBA w. CCK-MARIMBA Side Board

CCG-RUMBA w. CCL-CAPELLA Side Board

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CCG-RUMBA w. CCO-CONCERT (12HP FP)

CCG-RUMBA w. CCO-CONCERT

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Expansion Interface Header PEXP

1 2

1.27mm

Socket

40

PEXPT/PEXPB

GND

PCI_CLK

LPC_AD0

LPC_AD2

LPC_FRM#

1

3

5

7

9

GND

SERIRQ

11 12

13 14

EXP_SMI# 15 16

FWH_ID0 17 18

ICH_RCIN#

GND

19 20

21 22

6

8

10

2

4

USB_EXP_P2-

USB_EXP_P2+

USB_EXP_OC#

EXP_SCL

2)

GND

HDA_SDOUT

HDA_RST#

HDA_BITCLK

SPEAKER

23 24

25 26

27 28

29 30

31 32

33 34

35 36

37 38

39 40

+3.3V

1)

PLTRST#

LPC_AD1

LPC_AD3

LPC_DRQ#

+3.3V

1)

EXP_PME#

SIO_CLK14

FWH_INIT#

ICH_A20GATE

+5V

1)

USB_EXP_P1-

USB_EXP_P1+

H_DBRESET#

EXP_SDA

2)

+5V

1)

HDA_SDIN0

HDA_SYNC

HDA_SDIN1

+12V

3)

1)

2)

3)

Power rail switched on in state S0 only.

Connected to SMBus via switch, isolated after PCI reset.

Unswitched power rail (switched on always).

The expansion interface header is available on both sides of the board, top and bottom, in order to provide attachment of the expansion board either to the left or to the right side of the CCG-RUMBA.

WARNING: Neither the +3.3V pin, nor the +5V pin, nor the +12V pin are protected against a short circuit situation!

This connector therefore should be used only for attachment of an expansion board.

The maximum current flowing across these pins should be limited to 2A per power rail.

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ATA/IDE Header PIDE

1 2

1.27mm

Socket

40

PIDET/PIDEB

IDE_RST#

IDE_D07

IDE_D06

IDE_D05

IDE_D04

IDE_D03

IDE_D02

IDE_D01

IDE_D00

GND

IDE_DREQ

1

3

5

7

9

11 12

13 14

15 16

17 18

19 20

21 22

6

8

10

2

4

IDE_IOW#

IDE_IOR#

IDE_IORDY

IDE_DACK#

IDE_IRQ (INT 15)

IDE_A1

IDE_A0

IDE_CS1#

IDE_ACT#

23 24

25 26

27 28

29 30

31 32

33 34

35 36

37 38

39 40

1)

Power rail switched on in state S0 only.

Like the expansion interface header the IDE connector is also available on both sides of the board.

WARNING: Neither the +3.3V pin, nor the +5V pin are protected against a short circuit situation!

This connector therefore should be used only for attachment of the C10-CFA adapter or an expansion board. The maximum current flowing across these pins should be limited to 2A per power rail.

GND

IDE_D08

IDE_D09

IDE_D10

IDE_D11

IDE_D12

IDE_D13

IDE_D14

IDE_D15

+3.3V

1)

+3.3V

1)

GND

GND

+5V

1)

+5V

1)

GND

IDE_CBLID#

IDE_A2

IDE_CS3#

GND

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PCI Express Expansion Header PPCIE

PE_2TP

PE_2TN

GND

PE_3TP

PE_3TN

GND

PE_4TP

PE_4TN

GND

GND

+5V

1)

+5V

1)

PPCIE

GND

PE_CLKP

PE_CLKN

GND

PE_1TP

PE_1TN

GND

GND

5

7

9

1

3

11 12

13 14

15 16

17 18

19 20

21 22

23 24

25 26

27 28

29 30

31 32

33 34

35 36

37 38

39 40

6

8

10

2

4

PE_2RP

PE_2RN

GND

PE_3RP

PE_3RN

GND

PE_4RP

PE_4RN

GND

GND

+3.3V

1)

+3.3V

1)

GND

PLTRST#

PE_WAKE#

GND

PE_1RP

PE_1RN

GND

GND

1)

Power rail switched on in state S0 only.

The PCI Express expansion interface header is available on the top side of the board.

WARNING: Neither the +3.3V pin, nor the +5V pin are protected against a short circuit situation!

The maximum current flowing across these pins should be limited to 2A per power rail.

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SDVO Expansion Header PSDVO

2

1

290.1.020.080

PCI Express

High Speed Socket Connector

GND

PSDVO

SDVO_RED+

SDVO_RED-

GND

SDVO_GREEN+

SDVO_GREEN-

GND

SDVO_BLUE+

SDVO_BLUE-

GND

1

3

5

7

9

11

13

15

17

19

2

4

6

8

10

12

14

16

18

20

The SDVO expansion interface header is available on the top side of the board.

GND

SDVO_CLK+

SDVO_CLK-

GND

SDVO_INT+

SDVO_INT-

GND

SDVO_CTR_CLK

SDVO_CTR_DATA

GND

SDVO Connector (Left)

System Reset Header JRST

The jumper JRST is used to perform a manually system reset. By default JRST is connected with a short cable to a micro switch located within the front panel handle. The switch performs a system reset by short-circuiting the pins 1 and 3 of JRST.

JRST

1

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PLD Programming Header ISPCON

1

ISPCON

240.1.08.I

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1=3.3V 2=TDO 3=TDI 4=NC

5=KEY 6=TMS 7=GND 8=Clock

Note: The ISPCON is not stuffed. Its footprint is situated at the bottom side of the board.

Processor Debug Header PITP

11

12

13

14

9

10

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

TDI

TMS

TRST#

NC

TCK

NC

TDO

BCLKN

BCLKP

GND

FBO

RST#

BPM5#

GND

PITP

BPM4#

GND

BPM3#

GND

BPM2#

GND

BPM1#

GND

BPM0#

DBA# (NC)

DBR#

VTAP

V

TT

V

TT

25

26

27

28

21

22

23

24

15

16

17

18

19

20

Note: The Debug Header is situated at the bottom side of the board.

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6

5

8

7

12

11

10

9

2

1

4

3

17

16

15

14

13

21

20

19

18

J1

25

24

23

22

A

5V

AD1

3.3V

AD7

3.3V

AD12

3.3V

SERR#

1)

3.3V

DEVSEL#

1)

3.3V

B

REQ64#

5V

AD4

GND

AD9

GND

AD15

GND

IPMB SCL

GND

2)

4)

FRAME#

1)

C

ENUM#

V(I/O)

AD3

3.3V

AD8

V(I/O)

AD14

3.3V

IPMB SDA

V(I/O)

IRDY#

1)

1)

4)

KEY AREA

D

3.3V

AD0

5V

AD6

M66EN

3)

AD11

GND

PAR

GND

STOP#

1)

GND/BD_SEL#

5)

AD18

AD21

C/BE3#

AD26

AD30

REQ#

1)

BRSVP1A5

5)

IPMB PWR

INTA#

1)

TCK

5)

5V

AD17

GND

GND

GND

AD29

GND

BRSVP1B5

5)

GND

INTB#

1)

5V

-12V

6)

AD16

3.3V

AD23

V(I/O)

AD28

3.3V

RST#

V(I/O)

INTC#

1)

TMS

5)

TRST#

5)

GND

AD20

GND

AD25

GND

CLK

GND

INTP

1)

5V

TDO

5)

+12V

C/BE2#

AD19

AD22

AD24

AD27

AD31

GNT#

INTS

1)

INTD#

1)

TDI

5)

5V

4)

5)

2)

3)

6)

1)

This pin is pulled up with 1kΩ to V(I/O). Other pull up resistor values (e.g. 2.7kΩ for V(I/O)=+3.3V) are available on request.

This pin is not used on CCG-RUMBA, but pulled up with 1kΩ to V(I/O). Other pull up resistor values on request.

This pin is fixed to GND on CCG-RUMBA to force 33MHz operation since 66MHz operation is not supported.

This pin is pulled up with 3.0k to J1 pin A4.

This pin is not connected.

This pin is not used on CCG-RUMBA.

E

5V

ACK64#

2)

AD2

AD5

C/BE0#

AD10

AD13

C/BE1#

PERR#

1)

LOCK#

1)

TRDY#

1)

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J2

22

21

20

19

18

17

A

GA4

5)

CLK6

CLK5

GND

BRSVP2A18

VGA_RED

B

GA3

5)

GND

GND

GND

BRSVP2B18

VGA_GREEN

GND

C

GA2

5)

RSV

NC1_MX2-

RSV

NC1_MX2+

RSV

NC1_MX1-

BRSVP2C18

VGA_HSYNC

PRST# 1)

D

GA1

5)

RSV

NC1_MX3-

GND

RSV

NC1_MX1+

GND

REQ6# 1)

E

GA0

5)

RSV

NC1_MX3+

RSV

NC1_MX0+

RSV

NC1_MX0-

BRSVP2E18

PXI_TRIG6

3)

VGA_VSYNC

GNT6#

16

BRSVP2A17

VGA_BLUE

BRSVP2A16

PXI_TRIG1 3)

DEG#

1)

GND

15

14

13

12

11

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

BRSVP2A15

AD35

1)

SATA_2RN

AD38

1)

GND

AD42

1)

SATA_1RN

AD45

1)

GND

AD49

1)

SATA_0RN

AD52 1)

GND

AD56

1)

SATA_0TN

AD59

1)

COM1_DTR#

AD63

1)

USB_P2P

C/BE5#

1)

+5V/1.5A

4)

V(I/O)

CLK4

CLK2

CLK1

AD55

1)

SATA_0TP

GND

COM1_CTS#

AD62

1)

USB_P2N

64EN#

1)

BRSVP2B4

6)

+5V/1.5A

4)

GND

CLK3

GND

BRSVP2B16

PXI_TRIG0 3)

DDC_SCL

2)

GND

AD34

1)

SATA_2RP

GND

AD41

1)

SATA_1RP

GND

AD48

1)

SATA_0RP

GND

FAL#

1)

AD33

1)

SATA_ACT#

V(I/O)

AD40

1)

V(I/O)

AD47

1)

V(I/O)

AD54

1)

GND

V(I/O)

COM1_RXD

AD61

1)

USB_P3P

V(I/O)

C/BE7#

1)

KB_DATA

GNT3#

SYSEN#

7)

REQ1#

1)

REQ5#

1)

GND

AD37

1)

SATA_2TP

GND

AD44

1)

SATA_1TP

GND

AD51 1)

USB_P4P

GND

COM1_DSR#

AD58

1)

COM1_RTS#

GND

USB_OC34#

C/BE4#

1)

MS_DATA

GND

REQ4#

1)

GNT2#

GNT1#

BRSVP2E16

PXI_TRIG7 3)

DDC_SDA

2)

AD50 1)

USB_P4N

AD53

1)

COM1_TXD

AD57

1)

COM1_DCD#

AD60

1)

USB_P3N

PAR64

1)

MS_CLK

C/BE6#

1)

KB_CLK

GNT5#

AD32

1)

GND

AD36

1)

SATA_2TN

AD39

1)

GND

AD43

1)

SATA_1TN

AD46

1)

GND

GNT4#

REQ3#

1)

REQ2#

1)

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7)

8)

4)

5)

2)

3)

1)

This pin is pulled up with 1kΩ to V(I/O). Other pull up resistor values (e.g. 2.7kΩ for V(I/O)=+3.3V) are available on request.

This pin is pulled up via a QuickSwitch with 2.2kΩ to +3.3V.

This pin is pulled up with 10kΩ to +5V.

This pin is protected by a resettable PolySwitch fuse.

This pin is not connected.

This pin is connected only in the rear I/O configuration.

This pin is pulled up with 10kΩ to +3.3V.

Pin positions printed blue: Rear I/O options.

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Literature

Theme Document Title

CompactPCI

CompactPCI Specification, PICMG 2.0 R3.0, Oct. 1,

1999

PCI Express PCI Express

®

Base Specification 1.1

PCI Local Bus PCI 2.2/2.3/3.0 Standards PCI SIG

Origin www.picmg.org

www.pcisig.com

www.pcisig.com

Ethernet

USB

IEEE Std 802.3, 2000 Edition

Universal Serial Bus Specification standards.ieee.org

www.usb.org

CompactFlash CF+ and CompactFlash Specification Revision 3.0

www.compactflash.org

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Appendix

Mechanical Drawings

The following drawing shows the positions of mounting holes and expansion connectors on the

CCG-RUMBA.

100.00

94.50

93.50

7.00

5.50

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Mass Storage Considerations

CCG-RUMBA with CompactFlash Adapter Module

The CompactFlash can be replaced optionally by either an 1.8-inch PATA hard disk drive, or 1.8-inch

PATA SSD, both maintaining the 4HP front panel width of the CCG-RUMBA. Other storage solutions, be it a 2.5-inch PATA hard disk or 2.5-inch SATA drive(s) or USB Flash disk module(s) require a mezzanine side board in addition to the CCG-RUMBA, resulting in a total front panel width of at least

8HP. A variety of suitable expansion boards is available. Furthermore, EKF can provide you with a custom specific design.

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C10-CFA (Top Mount)

C17-CFA (Bottom Mount)

C30-PATA 1.8-Inch SSD (Top Mount)

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CCG-RUMBA with C30-PATA

CCG-RUMBA with C13-RD Front Panel CF Card Adapter

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C20-SATA 2.5-Inch Drive for Usage on Side Cards (Dual Drive Option)

C20-SATA Top View

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C20-SATA Bottom View

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Coating

For extremely rugged environments, the CCG-RUMBA is available also coated/sealed/underfilled, on customers request (see photos below).

CCG-RUMBA Sealed

CCG-RUMBA Sealed

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CCG-RUMBA Sealed (Top View)

CCG-RUMBA Sealed (Bottom View)

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Sample Applications

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There Is No System Like EKF System

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...

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Rugged Industrial Systems

Rugged Industrial Systems

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Industrial Computers Made in Germany

boards. systems. solutions.

EKF Elektronik GmbH

Philipp-Reis-Str. 4

59065 Hamm

Germany

Phone +49 (0)2381/6890-0

Fax +49 (0)2381/6890-90

Internet www.ekf.com

E-Mail [email protected]

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