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PIP11
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PACKED INDUSTRIAL PC WITH PENTIUM-M PROCESSOR
The PIP11 is a low power, highly integrated rugged industrial PC with a specially designed aluminum housing.
This allows the PIP11 to operate in a standard or also in a harsh environment without fan or ventilation holes.
The design integrates standard connectors for easy connection. It can be used for any PC application where a
complete solution is needed. The PIP11 is 100% PC/AT compatible, and can easily be mounted on a 35 mm
DIN rail.
The PIP11 housing offers space for a 2.5 inch hard disk and a CD-ROM drive. With the integrated PC/104
(-PLUS) interface flexible expansion possibilities are available. Fully bootable FLASH disks are supported for
projects where hard disks cannot be used. Particular precautions have been taken that the EMC for the entire
system is within the CE and FCC limits.
All these features make the PIP11 the ideal solution for the industry wherever a flexible, rugged and durable
complete Industrial PC is needed.
Features:
● Pentium-M 745 with 1.8 GHz and 2 MByte Level2
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● Standard PC interfaces (PS/2, parallel port)
● 2 serial ports with RS232 interface
● 2 serial ports with RS232 or RS485 interface
Cache
Intel Mobile Technology components
Up to 1.5 GB DDR333 memory with ECC
Up to 512 MB soldered down memory with ECC
Suspend to Disk (S4) support
3D graphics with up to 64 MByte shared memory
1 Ethernet port (10M/100M/1G Bit/s)
3 FireWire 1394b ports (800 MBit/s)
2 USB 2.0 ports (480 MBit/s)
2 SATA-I ports (150 MByte/s)
2 Ultra DMA-100 IDE ports
1 MByte Firmware Hub
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● Four full featured PC/104(-PLUS) slots without ISA
Master, ISA DMA and ISA End Transfer capability
● Two-Stage watchdog timer with hardware reset
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UPS (optional)
Galvanically isolated power input (optional)
AC’97 codec (optional)
CAN interface (optional)
RoHS compliant
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 INTRODUCTION.................................................................................................... 6
1.1 ABOUT THIS MANUAL..................................................................................................
1.2 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND HANDLING..................................................................
1.3 ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE (ESD) PROTECTION................................................
1.4 EQUIPMENT SAFETY....................................................................................................
1.5 MANUAL REVISIONS....................................................................................................
1.5.1 Related Products.......................................................................................................
1.5.2 Revision History.........................................................................................................
1.6 RELATED DOCUMENTATION......................................................................................
1.7 ORDERING INFORMATION..........................................................................................
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2 GENERAL INFORMATION.................................................................................... 9
2.1 ELECTRICAL................................................................................................................. 9
2.1.1 Processor.................................................................................................................. 9
2.1.2 Chipset...................................................................................................................... 9
2.1.3 BIOS ROM................................................................................................................ 9
2.1.4 Memory..................................................................................................................... 9
2.1.5 RTC........................................................................................................................... 9
2.1.6 PC/104-PLUS Interface............................................................................................. 9
2.1.7 Graphics.................................................................................................................... 9
2.1.8 USB........................................................................................................................... 9
2.1.9 Serial RS232 Ports.................................................................................................... 9
2.1.10 RS485/RS422 Interface Modules (Optional).......................................................... 10
2.1.11 Parallel Port........................................................................................................... 10
2.1.12 IDE (PATA) Ports.................................................................................................. 10
2.1.13 SATA-I Ports.......................................................................................................... 10
2.1.14 Floppy Disk............................................................................................................ 10
2.1.15 FireWire 1394b...................................................................................................... 10
2.1.16 Ethernet................................................................................................................. 10
2.1.17 Keyboard / Mouse................................................................................................. 10
2.1.18 AC’97 Audio Controller.......................................................................................... 10
2.1.19 Speaker................................................................................................................. 10
2.1.20 Indicators............................................................................................................... 11
2.1.21 Reset Button, Power Button.................................................................................. 11
2.1.22 Hardware Watchdog Timer.................................................................................... 11
2.1.23 Temperature Sensors............................................................................................ 11
2.1.24 Specialties............................................................................................................. 11
2.2 PHYSICAL.................................................................................................................... 12
2.2.1 Housing................................................................................................................... 12
2.2.2 Form factor.............................................................................................................. 12
2.2.3 Weight..................................................................................................................... 12
2.3 POWER........................................................................................................................ 12
2.3.1 Power supply........................................................................................................... 12
2.3.2 Fuse........................................................................................................................ 12
2.3.3 RTC Battery............................................................................................................. 12
2.3.4 Input Power............................................................................................................. 12
2.4 ENVIRONMENT........................................................................................................... 12
2.4.1 Temperature Range................................................................................................ 12
2.4.2 RELATIVE HUMIDITY............................................................................................. 12
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3 DIMENSIONS....................................................................................................... 13
3.1 TOP VIEW....................................................................................................................
3.2 BOTTOM VIEW............................................................................................................
3.3 SIDE VIEW 1................................................................................................................
3.4 SIDE VIEW 2................................................................................................................
3.5 SIDE VIEW 3................................................................................................................
3.6 SIDE VIEW 4................................................................................................................
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4 CONNECTORS.................................................................................................... 18
4.1 PARALLEL PORT (J2) CONNECTOR......................................................................... 18
4.2 SERIAL-1 (J46) AND SERIAL-3 (J35) CONNECTOR................................................. 19
4.3 SERIAL-2 (J21) AND SERIAL-4 (J10) CONNECTOR................................................. 19
4.4 EXTERNAL POWER (J1) CONNECTOR..................................................................... 20
4.4.1 External Power Connector Pin Out.......................................................................... 20
4.4.2 Mounting An External Reset And Power Button...................................................... 20
4.4.3 Power Up Behaviour................................................................................................ 20
4.5 PS/2 KEYBOARD (J8) AND MOUSE (J9) CONNECTORS......................................... 21
4.6 FIREWIRE 1394b (J26, J20, J15) CONNECTORS...................................................... 21
4.7 DUAL USB (J43) CONNECTOR.................................................................................. 21
4.8 DVI-I (J30) CONNECTOR............................................................................................ 22
4.9 10M/100M/1G ETHERNET (J49) CONNECTOR.......................................................... 22
5 OPERATION........................................................................................................ 23
5.1 BLOCK DIAGRAMS.....................................................................................................
5.2 PC/AT FUNCTIONALITY.............................................................................................
5.3 STATUS INDICATORS................................................................................................
5.3.1 Power Indicator LED................................................................................................
5.3.2 Reset Indicator LED................................................................................................
5.3.3 HDD Indicator LED..................................................................................................
5.3.4 IEEE1394b Indicator LED........................................................................................
5.3.5 LAN ACT Indicator LED...........................................................................................
5.3.6 LAN Spd Indicator LED...........................................................................................
5.3.7 USER1, USER2 Indicator LEDs..............................................................................
5.4 BATTERY CIRCUIT......................................................................................................
5.5 HARDWARE WATCHDOG..........................................................................................
5.6 RS485 / RS422 INTERFACES.....................................................................................
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6 SOFTWARE......................................................................................................... 26
6.1 BIOS............................................................................................................................. 26
6.2 DEVICE DRIVERS........................................................................................................ 26
7 COPYRIGHT........................................................................................................ 29
8 DISCLAIMER....................................................................................................... 29
9 TRADEMARKS.................................................................................................... 29
10 SUPPORT.......................................................................................................... 29
10.1 FAQ............................................................................................................................ 29
10.2 SERIAL NUMBER AND REVISION........................................................................... 29
10.3 CONTACT MPL AG.................................................................................................... 29
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TABLE OF FIGURES
Figure 1: PIP Housing Top View............................................................................................ 12
Figure 2: PIP Housing Bottom View...................................................................................... 13
Figure 3: PIP Housing Side View 1........................................................................................ 14
Figure 4: PIP Housing Side View 2........................................................................................ 15
Figure 5: PIP Housing Side View 3........................................................................................ 16
Figure 6: PIP Housing Side View 4........................................................................................ 16
Figure 7: Parallel Port Connector (DSUB 25 female) (Connector: Compona, 329 156-6)..... 17
Figure 8: Serial Port Connector (DSUB 9 male) (Connector: Compona, 329 151-6)............. 18
Figure 9: Serial Port Connector (DSUB 9 male) (Connector: Compona, 329 151-6)............. 18
Figure 10: Power Connector (Connector: Phoenix Contact AG, MC1,5/4GF-3,81)............... 19
Figure 11: External Reset and Power Button Switch............................................................. 19
Figure 12: PS/2 Keyboard & Mouse Connector (Connector: Compona, 129108-7).............. 20
Figure 13: FireWire 1394b bilingual Connector (Connector: Molex, 45241-0001)................. 20
Figure 14: Dual USB (Type A) Connector (Connector: FCI, 72309-0010B).......................... 20
Figure 15: DVI-I Connector (Connector: Samtec, DVI-29-AW-FT)........................................ 21
Figure 16: RJ45 Connector (Connector: Bel Fuse 0826-1K1T-23)........................................ 21
Figure 17: PIP11-1 Block Diagram........................................................................................ 22
Figure 18: PIP11 Label.......................................................................................................... 28
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1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 ABOUT THIS MANUAL
This manual, the PIP Technical Reference Manual and the PIP11 BIOS User Manual provides all the
information necessary to handle and configure the PIP11.
This manual is written for technical personnel responsible for integrating the PIP11 into their systems.
It is strongly recommended to read this manual before the PIP11 is switched on.
1.2 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND HANDLING
For personal safety and safe operation of the PIP11, follow all safety procedures described here and in other
sections of the miscellaneous manuals.
● Remove power from the system before installing (or removing) the PIP11, to prevent the possibility of
personal injury (electrical shock) and / or damage to the product.
● Handle the product carefully; i.e. dropping or mishandling the PIP11 can cause damage to assemblies and
components.
● Do not expose the equipment to moisture.
WARNING
There are no user-serviceable components on the PIP11.
1.3 ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE (ESD) PROTECTION
Various electrical components within the product are sensitive to static and electrostatic discharge (ESD). Even
a small static discharge can be sufficient to destroy or degrade a component's operation!
With an open housing, do not touch any electronic components. Handle or touch only the unit chassis.
1.4 EQUIPMENT SAFETY
Great care is taken by MPL AG that all its products are thoroughly and rigorously tested before leaving the
factory to ensure that they are fully operational and conform to specification. However, no matter how reliable a
product, there is always the remote possibility that a defect may occur. The occurrence of a defect on this
device may, under certain conditions, cause a defect to occur in adjoining and/or connected equipment. It is
your responsibility to protect such equipment when installing this device. MPL accepts no responsibility
whatsoever for such defects, however caused.
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1.5 MANUAL REVISIONS
1.5.1 Related Products
Revision
A
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• PIP11-1 Rev. A, B
1.5.2 Revision History
Revision
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B
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Date
2006-09-20
2007-04-02
Description
Initial release of this document.
- 2.4.1: Additional information on temperature ranges inserted
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1.6 RELATED DOCUMENTATION
The following documents are related to this manual. For detailed Information about a specific PIP11 setting or
feature please refer to this additional manuals.
Reference
[1]
[2]
Description
PIP11 BIOS User Manual
PIP Technical Reference Manual
MPL AG:
MPL AG:
Available from
www.mpl.ch/t2400.html
www.mpl.ch/t2400.ht ml
1.7 ORDERING INFORMATION
The table below gives you an overview of the different PIP11 variants and its features.
Product Name
PIP11-1
PIP11-xCx
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Product Features
• 1.8 GHz Pentium-M Dothan 745 with 2 MByte Level2 Cache
• 512 Myte soldered down On Board DDR333 Memory with ECC
• 200 pin DDR333 SO-DIMM socket with ECC (up to 1 GB memory)
• 82541PI GBit Ethernet controller
• 3 1394b bilingual ports
• PC/104 & PC/104-PLUS Interface
• 2 RS232 ports, optionally additional 2 RS232 or RS485 ports possible
• RoHS compliant
• Custom Assembly for series with 100 pieces and more
• Please contact MPL AG for further information
There are also many more options available for:
• Housing size, displays, touch, IP65
• PC/104-PLUS card -, PCI card -, PC-Card - and CF card extensions
• CDROM
• UPS, extended Input Power Module
• Extended temperature
• etc.
Please have a look at our homepage for this on www.mpl.ch/t2441.html or contact MPL AG for further
information.
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2 GENERAL INFORMATION
This chapter provides an overview of the PIP11 and its features. It outlines the electrical and physical
specifications of the product and its power requirements.
2.1 ELECTRICAL
2.1.1 Processor
• Pentium-M Dothan 745 1.8 GHz with 2 MByte Level2 Cache in 90 nm technology
• Enhanced Intel SpeedStep technology
• Supports catastrophic thermal protection
2.1.2 Chipset
• Intel 855GME & 6300ESB
• 400-MHz source-synchronous Frontside Bus
• Supports ACPI-defined power states S1 (Stop Grant), S3 (Suspend to RAM), S4 (Suspend to Disk), S5 (Soft
Off)
2.1.3 BIOS ROM
• 1 MByte Firmware Hub
• Easy BIOS update
• BIOS source owned by MPL AG
2.1.4 Memory
• DDR333 (PC2700) memory
• Up to 512MByte on board with ECC
• 200 pin SO-DIMM slot supports up to 1 GByte memory with ECC
2.1.5 RTC
• Backed with field changeable on board battery
2.1.6 PC/104-PLUS Interface
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8/16 bit memory and I/O PC/104 interface
PC/104 DMA, Master and End Transfer not supported
32 bit PC/104-PLUS interface
Up to 4 PC/104-PLUS bus master (PC/104-PLUS Spec. Rev. 2.0)
2.1.7 Graphics
Intel IGD (Integrated Graphics Device)
250 MHz graphics core with 2D and 3D engine
Dual Pipe independent display functionality
350-MHz, 24-bit RAMDAC
LVDS port on 1.27mm header supports up to 1600 x 1200 (UXGA) and 1920 x 1080 (tested: 1280 x 1024,
1920 x 1080)
• Digital Video Interface on DVI-I connector supports up to 1600 x 1200 (UXGA) (tested: 1600 x 1200)
• Analog Video Interface on DVI-I connector supports up to 2048 x 1536 (QXGA) @ 75 Hz (tested: 1600 x
1200)
• DVI-I connector is ESD protected
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2.1.8 USB
• 3 Ports with 1.5 / 12 / 480 MBit/s (2 external, 1 internal)
• Supports USB keyboards and mice as legacy devices
• ESD protected
2.1.9 Serial RS232 Ports
• 2 full modem serial RS232 ports, 16C550 compatible
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2 ports can be equipped either with RS232 or with RS485/RS422 interface modules (both optional)
COM1, COM3 with 16 byte FIFO
COM2, COM4 with 128 byte FIFO
Selectable transfer rates up to 230.4 kbaud
Available on standard DB9 connectors
ESD protected
2.1.10 RS485/RS422 Interface Modules (Optional)
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2 galvanically isolated half- or full-duplex ports
Automatic RS485 half-duplex direction control
Selectable transfer rates up to 230.4 kbaud
Available on standard DB9 connectors
ESD protected
2.1.11 Parallel Port
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IEEE1284 compliant, SPP, EPP1.7, EPP1.9, ECP mode support
Configurable as LPT1, LPT2, LPT3
Floppy disk on parallel port mode, with floppy power available
Available on DB25 connector
ESD protected
2.1.12 IDE (PATA) Ports
• 2 Ports on 44 pin connectors with Master / Slave capability
• Support of Ultra DMA-100 Mode
2.1.13 SATA-I Ports
• 2 Ports on standard SATA connectors
• Data transfer rates up to 150 MByte/s
• Support of Soft RAID
2.1.14 Floppy Disk
• Up to 2.88 MByte FDD supported
• Signals can be routed to the parallel port connector (for an external floppy)
2.1.15 FireWire 1394b
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TI TSB82AA2 Controller
3 Ports on 1394b bilingual connectors support up to 800 MBit/s
Provides VINCON power over Polyfuse to the FireWire connectors
ESD protected
2.1.16 Ethernet
• Intel 82541PI 10M/100M/1G Bit/s Ethernet controller
• Connected over 66 MHz / 32 Bit PCI bus
• ESD protected
2.1.17 Keyboard / Mouse
• Available on 6 pin mini DIN connectors (PS/2)
• ESD protected
2.1.18 AC’97 Audio Controller
• AC’97 2.2 compliant
• AC’97 function available over optional extension PCB called SoundPAN-1. With internal Speaker and
external, on the user slot available, Line IN, Line OUT, Headphone and MIC interfaces.
2.1.19 Speaker
• Available on an internal 10 pin header
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2.1.20 Indicators
• Power (green), CPU OverTemp (yellow blinking) and CPU CatastrophicTemp (green blinking after restart)
LED
• Reset (red) and power fail (red blinking) LED
• HDD (IDE and SATA) activity (green) LED
• IEEE1394 activity (yellow) LED
• LAN link (green) and activity (green blinking) LED
• LAN Spd LED (100MBit/s green, 1GBit/s yellow)
• 2 user-programmable LED’s (yellow)
2.1.21 Reset Button, Power Button
• Connection for an external remote reset and remote power button
• ESD protected
2.1.22 Hardware Watchdog Timer
• Two-Stage Watchdog with independent count values for each stage
• Configurable granularity from 1µs to 10 min
2.1.23 Temperature Sensors
• Monitors the CPU, the on board memory, the switching power supply and the PCB board temperature
2.1.24 Specialties
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UPS function (optional)
Input voltage up to 48V (optional)
Galvanic isolated Power Supply input (optional)
CAN Extension (optional)
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2.2 PHYSICAL
2.2.1 Housing
• Aluminum
• No ventilation holes
• Easily mountable on 35 mm DIN rail
2.2.2 Form factor
• Length:
• Width:
• Height:
270 mm (10.63 inch) standard version
440 mm (17.32 inch) Wintergarden version with PCI slot extension
162 mm (6.38 inch)
62.0 mm (2.44 inch) standard version
82.5 mm (3.25 inch)
120 mm (4.72 inch)
2.2.3 Weight
• Typically 2.2 kg (4.85 lb.) (Standard housing, equipped with internal 2.5 inch HDD and CDROM)
2.3 POWER
2.3.1 Power supply
• High-efficiency 6 channel switching regulator module
• ATX behavior (Soft off)
• Power input is ESD protected
2.3.2 Fuse
• 5 x 20 mm, 3.15 AT
2.3.3 RTC Battery
• Lithium coin cell CR2032 (20.0 x 3.2 mm)
• 3 V / 230 mAh
• Field changeable
2.3.4 Input Power
• 8 VDC .. 28 VDC
• Optional 20 VDC .. 48 VDC
• The power usage can change in a wide range according to the needed CPU, memory, graphics and
interfaces usage, as examples:
• 12 W (512 Mbyte DDR333 SDRAM, HD, Windows XP Desktop Screen, GBit ETH Link, VIN = 12 V)
• 26 W (512 Mbyte DDR333 SDRAM, HD, Windows XP with SiSoft Sandra Burn In Tool, GBit ETH Link,
VIN = 12 V)
2.4 ENVIRONMENT
2.4.1 Temperature Range
• Storage temperature range -45°C to 85°C
• Operating temperature range -20°C to +60°C (+32°F to +140°F) (with full CPU, 3D video and memory usage,
mounted on a DIN rail with freely natural convection)
• Extended operating temperature range available (screening)
2.4.2 RELATIVE HUMIDITY
• 5% to 95% non-condensing
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3.1 TOP VIEW
SIDE VIEW 3
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270.0
SIDE VIEW 2
SIDE VIEW 1
SIDE VIEW 4
SIDE VIEW 3
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3.3 SIDE VIEW 1
(72.2), [109.7]
82,3 x 18,5
(82.5), [120.0]
229.6
254.6
270.0
17.7
21.2
64.7
81.8
85.0
106.8
122.5
147.5
176.4
185.0
201.4
251.1
221.0
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165.4
106.9
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User Slot 2
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TOP VIEW
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SIDE VIEW 3
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33.7
29.9
SIDE VIEW 4
24.3
62.0
Figure 3: PIP Housing Side View 1
Note:
Use the numbers in parentheses for the higher versions (82.5 mm) [120 mm].
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3.4 SIDE VIEW 2
SIDE VIEW 4
21.6
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TOP VIEW
BOTTOM VIEW
8.5
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185.0
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124.3
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62.0
Figure 4: PIP Housing Side View 2
Note:
Use the numbers in parentheses for the higher versions (82.5 mm) [120 mm].
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3.5 SIDE VIEW 3
(82.5), [120.0]
(77.9), [115.4]
144,9
67,7
TOP VIEW
SIDE VIEW 2
59.5
94,4
109.5
162,1
8,5
4,6
62,0
57,4
SIDE VIEW 1
17,2
BOTTOM VIEW
Figure 5: PIP Housing Side View 3
Note:
Use the numbers in parentheses for the higher versions (82.5 mm) [120 mm].
(82.5), [120.0]
(77.9), [115.4]
3.6 SIDE VIEW 4
144,9
94,4
TOP VIEW
52.5
67,7
102.5
107,5
162,1
8,5
62,0
57,4
35,4
4,6 SIDE
SIDE VIEW 1
VIEW 2
17,2
BOTTOM VIEW
Figure 6: PIP Housing Side View 4
Note:
Use the numbers in parentheses for the higher versions (82.5 mm) [120 mm].
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4 CONNECTORS
4.1 PARALLEL PORT (J2) CONNECTOR
The parallel port can also operate as an external floppy disk port. The two modes can be switched in the BIOS
setup (please refer to the PIP11 BIOS User Manual).
Pin
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2
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4
5
6
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9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
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16
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20
21
22
23
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Signal
Description
STROBE
Strobe
DATA0
Data bit 0
DATA1
Data bit 1
DATA2
Data bit 2
DATA3
Data bit 3
DATA4
Data bit 4
DATA5
Data bit 5
DATA6
Data bit 6
DATA7
Data bit 7
ACK
Acknowledge
BUSY
Busy
PE
Paper empty
SELIN
Select in
AUTOFD
Autofeed
ERROR
Error
/INIT
Initialize
/SEL
Select
GND
Ground
GND
Ground
GND
Ground
GND
Ground
GND
Ground
GND
Ground
GND
Ground
GND
Ground
Floppy Disk Mode
Signal
Description
DS0
Drive Select 0
IDX
Index
TR00
Track 0
WP
Write Protected
RDATA
Read Data
DSKCHG
Disk Change
MID0
Media ID 0
MTR0
Motor On 0
MID1
Media ID 1
DS1
Drive Select 1
MTR1
Motor On 1
WDATA
Write Data
WGATE
Write Gate
DRVDEN0
Drive Density 0
HDSEL
Head Select
DIR
Direction
STEP
Step
GND
Ground
GND
Ground
GND
Ground
GND
Ground
GND
Ground
GND
Ground
GND
Ground
+5 V / GND
+5 V or Ground
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13
1
25
14
Figure 7: Parallel Port Connector (DSUB 25 female)
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4.2 SERIAL-1 (J46) AND SERIAL-3 (J35) CONNECTOR
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Signal
DCD
RXD
TXD
DTR
GND
DSR
RTS
CTS
RI
Description
Carrier detect
Receive data
Transmit data
Data terminal ready
Ground
Data set ready
Request to send
Clear to send
Ring indicator
Pinout
1
5
9
6
Figure 8: Serial Port Connector (DSUB 9 male)
(Connector: Compona, 329 151-6)
4.3 SERIAL-2 (J21) AND SERIAL-4 (J10) CONNECTOR
On a PIP11 with no Serial Port Modules (these are optional), the connectors J10 and J21 are only dummy
connectors with no function.
If the PIP11 is equipped with RS232 or RS485 modules on the Serial-2 and Serial-4 port, the RS232 or RS485
signals will be available on connector J10 and J21.
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
With RS232 Module
Description
Carrier detect
Receive data
Transmit data
Data terminal ready
Ground
Data set ready
Request to send
Clear to send
Ring indicator
With RS485 Module
Signal
Description
NC
Not connected
Rx+
Receive data +
Tx+
Transmit data +
NC
Not connected
GND_isolate Galvanically isolated Ground
NC
Not connected
RxReceive data TxTransmit data NC
Not connected
Pinout
Signal
DCD
RXD
TXD
DTR
GND
DSR
RTS
CTS
RI
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6
5
9
Figure 9: Serial Port Connector (DSUB 9 male)
(Connector: Compona, 329 151-6)
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4.4 EXTERNAL POWER (J1) CONNECTOR
4.4.1 External Power Connector Pin Out
Pin
1
2
3
4
Signal
VINCON
GNDCON
RST_BTN
PWR_BTN
Description
Input voltage (8 to 28 V, optional 20 to 48 V)
Power Connector Ground
Reset Input
Power Button Input
Pinout
1 2 3 4
Figure 10: Power Connector (Connector: Phoenix
Contact AG, MC1,5/4GF-3,81)
WARNING
Be aware of the input voltage polarization!
Wrong polarization of the input voltage can cause serious damage to your PIP11!
4.4.2 Mounting An External Reset And Power Button
1 2 3 4
Reset
Power
Button
+ VIN
Figure 11: External Reset and Power Button Switch
4.4.3 Power Up Behaviour
Normally if you adapt to VINCON a voltage higher than 8 V your PIP11 will start. If you shut down with the OS
functionality you have to start the PIP11 again with a short activation of the Power Button, or you can cycle
VINCON.
If you do a Power Button Override (press the Power Button for 4 seconds) the PIP11 will shut down
immediately. To start the PIP11 again now, you must press the Power Button for a short time. If you cycle the
VINCON voltage, the PIP11 will not start.
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4.5 PS/2 KEYBOARD (J8) AND MOUSE (J9) CONNECTORS
Standard PS/2 pinout (6 pin mini-DIN, female). A PC/AT keyboard can also be connected with an adapter.
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
Signal
DAT
NC
GND
VCC
CLK
NC
Description
Pinout
Data
Not connected
Ground
+5 V
Clock
Not connected
6
5
4
3
2
1
Figure 12: PS/2 Keyboard & Mouse Connector
(Connector: Compona, 129108-7)
4.6 FIREWIRE 1394b (J26, J20, J15) CONNECTORS
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Signal
TPBTPB+
TPATPA+
TPA(R)
VG
NC
VP
TPB (R)
Description
Twisted Pair B (Minus)
Twisted Pair B (Plus)
Twisted Pair A (Minus)
Twisted Pair A (Plus)
Twisted Pair A (Reference Ground)
Power (Ground)
Not Connected
Power (Voltage) is equivalent to the input
voltage (please refer to the PIP Technical
Reference Manual for more information)
Twisted Pair B (Reference Ground)
Pinout
9
5
1
4
Figure 13: FireWire 1394b bilingual Connector
(Connector: Molex, 45241-0001)
4.7 DUAL USB (J43) CONNECTOR
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Signal
VCC0
Data0Data0+
GND0
VCC1
Data1Data1+
GND1
Description
Port 0 Cable Power +5 V
Port 0 Balanced Data Line Port 0 Balanced Data Line +
Port 0 Cable Ground
Port 1 Cable Power +5 V
Port 1 Balanced Data Line Port 1 Balanced Data Line +
Port 1 Cable Ground
Pinout
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4
Figure 14: Dual USB (Type A) Connector (Connector:
FCI, 72309-0010B)
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4.8 DVI-I (J30) CONNECTOR
DVI-I Connector with single channel TMDS port and legacy analog port.
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
Signal Description
TMDS Data2TMDS Data2+
Shield Data2
NC
NC
DDC Clock
DDC Data
Analog Vertical Sync
TMDS Data1TMDS Data1+
Shield Data1
NC
NC
+5 V Power
Ground
Hot Plug Detect
TMDS Data0TMDS Data0+
Shield Data0
NC
NC
Shield Clock
TMDS Clock+
TMDS ClockAnalog Red
Analog Green
Analog Blue
Analog Horizontal Sync
Analog Ground
Pinout
1
C5
8 C1 C2
17
24 C3 C4
Figure 15: DVI-I Connector (Connector: Samtec,
DVI-29-AW-FT)
NOTE:
It is not possible to use CRT and digital monitors in parallel on the DVI port. The DVI-I connector
has per definition only one DDC Bus to recognize a monitor. But digital and analog monitors
answers to the same DDC bus address on requests. And so if a CRT and a digital monitor is
connected to the DVI-I connector (with an Y-cable) there is a mismatch with the monitor
information on the DDC bus. Then unpredictable things will be happen.
4.9 10M/100M/1G ETHERNET (J49) CONNECTOR
Standard RJ45 connector for a 100 ohm cable.
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Signal
TD0+
TD0TD1+
TD1TD2+
TD2TD3+
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Description
Pinout
Data 0 +
Data 0 Data 1 +
Data 1 Data 2 +
Data 2 Data 3 +
Data 3 -
8
1
Figure 16: RJ45 Connector (Connector: Bel
Fuse 0826-1K1T-23)
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LVDS
Connector
TMDS
DVO Extension
Connector
DVI-I Connector
RJ45
Connector
22
IDE 100MB/s
IDE 100MB/s
44-pin Flat Cable
2mm Connector
44-pin Flat Cable
2mm Connector
Firmware
Firmware
Hub (1MB)
Hub (1MB)
LPC Bus
Super IO
Super IO
FDD
Parallel Port (SPP/EPP/ECP)
26-pin Flat
Cable Connector
PS/2 (Keyboard & Mouse)
RS232 Interface (Serial 1 & 3)
3x 1394b 800Mb/s
RS232 or RS485 Interface (Serial 2 & 4)
PS/2
Connectors
AC'97 Bus
SATA 150MB/s
SATA Connector
ICH
ICH
6300ESB
6300ESB
FireWire 1394b
FireWire
1394b
Controller
Controller
TSB82AA2
TSB82AA2
UART
UART
Controller
Controller
16C2850
16C2850
CAN Extension
Connector
9 pin D-SUB
Connectors
AC'97 Connector
SATA 150MB/s
HubLink
SATA Connector
PCI Bus (33MHz/32Bit)
PC/104-PLUS
Connectors
PLD
PLD
MAX3128
MAX3128
Firewire 1394b
Connectors
USB2.0
Connector
Battery
PCI Bus (66MHz/32Bit)
PCI-ISA Bridge
PCI-ISA
Bridge
PC87200
PC87200
ISA Bus
200 Pin SODIMM
Memory Socket
with ECC Posibility
9 pin D-SUB
Connectors
3x USB2.0 480Mb/s
GBit Ethernet
GBitController
Ethernet
Controller
82541PI
82541PI
DVOB / DVOC Bus
GMCH
GMCH
855GME
855GME
DDR333
OnBoard DDR333
ECC SDRAM
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10/100/1G-Ethernet
VGA
FSB400
Single Link TMDS
Single
Link TMDS
Transmitter
TFP410
Transmitter TFP410
LVDS
Pentium-M Dothan (745) CPU
Pentium-M
(745) CPU
1.8 GHz Dothan
/ 2MB Level2
Cache
1.8 GHz / 2MB Level2 Cache
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5 OPERATION
5.1 BLOCK DIAGRAMS
25 pin D-SUB
Connctor
2 USB2.0
Connector
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5.2 PC/AT FUNCTIONALITY
The PIP11 operates as a standard PC/AT with all dedicated registers for
● Timers
● Interrupt controller
● DMA controller
● Real-time clock
● Keyboard controller
● Parallel, serial ports
● IDE controller
● VGA controller
5.3 STATUS INDICATORS
The PIP11 provides eight status indicator LEDs, giving you visual information about the actual operating status.
5.3.1 Power Indicator LED
The power LED indicator lights green if the system has started and is under power. If the System is in Soft Off
(S5) mode this LED lights yellow.
If the CPU temperature is above 100°C this LED blinks green/yellow. If the CPU temperature is above 125°C
the PIP11 shuts down to Soft Off immediately, and on the next power up this LED blinks green until VINCON is
cycled.
5.3.2 Reset Indicator LED
The red reset LED lights if the PIP11 is in reset state. If this LED is blinking the system is in power-fail state.
This means the power supply was overloaded or a short circuit has occurred. In this case the power supply
switches off to protect itself.
After removing of the overload or the short circuit cause, you can restart the power supply by cycling the power
to the PIP or by pushing the Power Button for about 4 seconds until the PIP goes to Soft Off state. Then start
the PIP normally by pushing the Power Button again.
5.3.3 HDD Indicator LED
The green HDD access indicator lights whenever an IDE or SATA device is accessed.
5.3.4 IEEE1394b Indicator LED
The yellow FireWire IEEE1394b indicator lights whenever a FireWire device is connected.
5.3.5 LAN ACT Indicator LED
The green LAN indicator lights whenever a link is detected. The LED blinks if network activity is detected.
5.3.6 LAN Spd Indicator LED
The LAN100/1G indicator lights green whenever a 100 MBit/s link is detected and lights yellow when a GBit/s
link is detected.
5.3.7 USER1, USER2 Indicator LEDs
The yellow USER1 and USER2 LEDs are programmable, please refer to the PIP11 BIOS User Manual for more
information.
5.4 BATTERY CIRCUIT
An on board battery provides power for the data retention of RTC and CMOS RAM in power down situations.
The battery can be changed if the battery is empty. Please refer to the PIP Technical Reference Manual for
more information.
5.5 HARDWARE WATCHDOG
The PIP11 uses the hardware watchdog implemented in the 6300ESB ICH from Intel. This is a Two-Stage
Watchdog with independent count values for each stage. The first stage generates an INT or SMI and the
second stage drives the system reset signal active for a system reset. The Watchdog has a configuration option
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for write-once enabling and has a configurable granularity from 1µs to 10 minutes. For further information please
refer to the PIP Technical Reference Manual.
For Microsoft Windows NT, Windows 2000 and Windows XP platforms there is a Watchdog Timer driver
available from Intel. This driver provides OS based control of the Watchdog Timer device.
5.6 RS485 / RS422 INTERFACES
If the RS485 / RS422 modules (these are optional) are used as half-duplex interfaces (using a 2-wire
connection) it is necessary to control the transmit driver enable. This is done by the UART automatically with the
RTS signal. The only thing you have to do, is to select the correct interface type in the BIOS settings (please
refer to the PIP11 BIOS User Manual).
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6 SOFTWARE
6.1 BIOS
BIOS upgrading with an additional utility is easily possible. Please refer to the PIP11 BIOS User Manual for
additional BIOS information.
6.2 DEVICE DRIVERS
The drivers can be found on the MPL AG homepage at www.mpl.ch/t2400.html. But the latest driver versions
are always available on the internet:
● Texas Instruments TSB82AA2 1394b FireWire Controller:
No special driver is need, because the standard Operating System FireWire OHCI driver will work for this
controller.
For Microsoft Windows specific 1394b behavior, please have a look at the Microsoft homepage, especially at
the KB885222 article.
● Intel 82541ER GBit Ethernet Controller:
http://downloadfinder.intel.com/scripts-df-external/Product_Filter.aspx?ProductID=1635
● Intel 82541PI GBit Ethernet Controller:
http://downloadfinder.intel.com/scripts-df-external/Product_Filter.aspx?ProductID=1938
● Intel 82855 GMCH with IGD (Integrated Graphics Device):
http://downloadfinder.intel.com/scripts-df/Product_Filter.asp?ProductID=939
● Intel 6300ESB ICH with Watchdog
http://downloadfinder.intel.com/scripts-df/Product_Filter.asp?ProductID=1706
Note:
● Links might have changed.
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7 COPYRIGHT
Copyright © 2007 by MPL AG Elektronikunternehmen. All rights are reserved. Reproduction of this document in
part or whole, by any means is prohibited, without written permission from MPL AG Elektronikunternehmen.
8 DISCLAIMER
MPL AG has fully tested the PIP11 and reviewed the documentation. However, MPL AG makes no warranty or
representation, either expressed, or implied, with respect to this product, its quality, performance,
merchantability, or fitness for a particular purpose.
In no event will MPL AG be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages resulting
from any defect in the product or its documentation, even if advised of the possibility of such damages. In
particular MPL AG shall have no liability for any parts connected to this product.
MPL AG reserves the right to make changes to any product herein to improve reliability, function or design.
9 TRADEMARKS
Brand or product names are trademarks and registered trademarks of their respective holders.
10 SUPPORT
10.1 FAQ
Please have a look at our homepage www.mpl.ch/t2400.html. In the menu at the left hand side you will find
FAQ's for each PIP.
10.2 SERIAL NUMBER AND REVISION
For support it is necessary that you know the product name, the product variant, the serial number and the
BIOS number of your PIP11. Please have a look at the label on the bottom of the PIP11 housing for this.
Product
Product
Serial
Name
Variant
Number
PIP11-1
SN:
10265
BIOS: MEV-10100-011
Rating: 8-28VDC, 3.15A
Figure 18: PIP11 Label
10.3 CONTACT MPL AG
In case of general information questions please feel free to contact us at our homepage (www.mpl.ch) or per
email (info@mpl.ch).
In case of sales information questions please send an email to sales@mpl.ch.
If you have a technical problem with a PIP11, first please read the BIOS User Manual, the Technical Reference
Manual and also this manual carefully. If you can’t solve the Problem on your own you can contact us for
technical support per email at support@mpl.ch.
Our local Distributor:
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