Kontron Carrier Grade Server CG2200

Kontron CG2200 Carrier Grade Server
Document Revision 1.0
Revision History
Date
Revision
Number
Modifications
March 2012
0.50
First review draft
May 2012
0.80
June 2012
0.85
July 2012
0.90rev
July 2012
0.95
Review changes and new content. Prelim for
customers
Added comments back in plus new POST code
info and humidity data. Second review draft
Added review changes. Comments and
changes left in for review before publishing a
0.90 draft
Accepted all review comments and changes
July 2012
1.0
Final draft
Disclaimers
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guaranteed for legal purposes. Information has been carefully checked and is believed to be accurate;
however, no responsibility is assumed for inaccuracies. Kontron and the Kontron logo and all other
trademarks or registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners and are recognized.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Contents
Table of Contents
Revision History ...............................................................................................................2
1. Introduction ..............................................................................................................8
2. System Overview .....................................................................................................9
2.1
Introduction ...................................................................................................9
Kontron CG2200 Carrier Grade Server ......................................................................9
CG2200 Server Feature Summary ..........................................................................12
2.2
CG2200 Server External Chassis Features ................................................16
Chassis -- Front Views .............................................................................................16
Front Panel ..............................................................................................................17
Hard Drives ..............................................................................................................18
Chassis -- Rear View ...............................................................................................19
2.3
CG2200 Server Internal Features ...............................................................20
Intel® S2600CO Server Board .................................................................................20
PCI Riser Card Assembly ........................................................................................20
Cooling Subsystem ..................................................................................................22
2.4
CG2200 Server Platform Management Subsystem ....................................23
IPMI 2.0 Features ....................................................................................................23
Non IPMI Features ...................................................................................................24
New Manageability Features....................................................................................25
2.5
CG2200 Server Specifications ....................................................................25
Environmental Specifications ...................................................................................25
Physical Specifications ............................................................................................26
3. Cables and Connectors .........................................................................................28
3.1
3.2
Interconnect Block Diagrams ......................................................................28
Cable and System Interconnections ...........................................................31
Baseboard SSI Main Power Cable...........................................................................31
CPU 1 + DIMM Power Cable ...................................................................................32
CPU 2 + DIMM Power Cable ...................................................................................33
SAS HDD Backplane Board Power Cable ...............................................................34
Fan Control Board Power Cable ..............................................................................34
Auxilliary I/O Power Dongle Cable ...........................................................................34
Baseboard SSI Power Control Signal Cable ............................................................35
Multifunction Front Panel Board Cable ....................................................................36
SSI Front Panel Board Cable ...................................................................................37
Fan I2C Cable ..........................................................................................................38
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Front Panel Board USB Cable .................................................................................39
LED/Switch Board Power and Signal Cable ............................................................40
TAM Signal Cable ....................................................................................................40
Alarms Cable ...........................................................................................................41
Fan Cables...............................................................................................................42
Mini-SAS 1 (HDD 0-3/SGPIO1) ...............................................................................44
Mini-SAS 2 (HDD 4-5/SGPIO2) ...............................................................................45
HSBP I2C/LED Cable ..............................................................................................45
3.3
User-Accessible Connectors ......................................................................46
Keyboard and Mouse Ports......................................................................................46
Serial Port ................................................................................................................46
Video Port Connector...............................................................................................47
Universal Serial Bus (USB) Interface .......................................................................48
Ethernet Connector ..................................................................................................49
4. Front Panel Board ..................................................................................................51
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
Introduction .................................................................................................51
Front Panel Board Features .......................................................................52
Front Panel Board Block Diagram ..............................................................52
Front Panel Board Functional Description ..................................................53
Front Panel Board USB Ports ..................................................................................53
Front Panel Board Serial Port Connector .................................................................53
Front Panel Board LED Board Interface ..................................................................53
Front Panel Board TAM Module Interface ................................................................54
Front Panel Board BaseBoard Interface ..................................................................54
Front Panel Board Miscellaneous Circuits ...............................................................54
Front Panel Temperature Sensor and FRU EEPROM .............................................54
4.5
4.6
Front Panel Board Power Distribution.........................................................54
Front Panel Board Connector Specifications ..............................................55
Baseboard SSI Power/Signal Connector .................................................................55
Multifunction Power/Signal Connector .....................................................................56
Front Panel LED Board Connector ..........................................................................58
Front Panel TAM Signal Connector .........................................................................59
Front Panel RJ45/USB Connector ...........................................................................60
Front Panel Board Baseboard USB Connector ........................................................60
Front Panel External SD Flash Module Connectors.................................................61
5. LED/Switch Board ..................................................................................................64
5.1
5.2
Introduction .................................................................................................64
LED/Switch Board Features .......................................................................64
Front Panel System Control Buttons ........................................................................65
Front Panel Status LEDs..........................................................................................65
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5.3
LED/Switch Board Connector Specification ................................................68
6. Fan Control Board .................................................................................................69
6.1
6.2
6.3
Introduction: ................................................................................................69
Fan Controller Functions ............................................................................69
Fan Control Board Connectors ...................................................................70
Input Power Connector ............................................................................................70
Output Power Connector .........................................................................................70
Fan Control Board System Fan Connectors ............................................................71
6.4
Fan Control Board Connector Specification................................................71
7. SAS Backplane Board ...........................................................................................75
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
Introduction .................................................................................................75
SAS Backplane Board Features .................................................................76
Hard Disk Drive Activity and Fault LEDs.....................................................77
SAS Backplane Board Power Connector....................................................78
SAS Backplane Mini-SAS Connector .........................................................78
8. Telco Alarms Module (TAM) ..................................................................................81
8.1
8.2
Introduction .................................................................................................81
Telco Alarms Module Features ...................................................................82
Telco Alarms Relays ................................................................................................83
8.3
Telco Alarms Module Connector Specifications .........................................83
Telco Alarms External Interface Connector..............................................................83
Telco Alarms System Interface Connector ...............................................................84
9. PCI Riser Card Assembly ......................................................................................86
9.1
9.2
9.3
Introduction .................................................................................................86
Riser Card Options .....................................................................................86
Riser Card Installation ................................................................................87
10. DC Power Subsystem ............................................................................................89
10.1
10.2
Introduction .................................................................................................89
DC Power Supply Input Connector and Earth Ground Connection ............90
DC Power Supply 48V Input Power Mating Connector ............................................91
DC Power Supply Earth Grounding Studs on Chassis.............................................91
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.7
10.8
DC Power Supply Input Voltage and Current Requirements ......................92
DC Power Supply Output Connector and Pin Definitions ...........................93
DC Power Supply Output Current Requirements........................................94
DC Power Supply LED Indicator .................................................................94
DC Power Supply Air Flow .........................................................................95
DC Power Supply Thermal Protection ........................................................95
11. Power Distribution Board (PDB) ...........................................................................96
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
11.6
Introduction .................................................................................................96
PDB Input Connectors ................................................................................97
PDB Output Load and Voltage Regulation Requirements ..........................99
PDB Protection Circuits ..............................................................................99
PDB PMBus Requirements ........................................................................99
PDB Output Harness ................................................................................100
12. AC Power Subsystem ..........................................................................................101
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12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4
12.5
12.6
Introduction ...............................................................................................101
AC Power Supply Input Connector and Voltage/Current Requirements ...102
AC Power Supply Output Connector, Voltage, and Current Requirements103
AC Power Supply LED Indicator ...............................................................105
AC Power Supply Air Flow........................................................................105
AC Power Supply Thermal Protection ......................................................106
13. POST Error Reporting .........................................................................................107
14. Regulatory Specifications ...................................................................................108
14.1
14.2
14.3
14.4
Safety Compliance....................................................................................108
Electromagnetic Compatibility ..................................................................108
CE Mark....................................................................................................108
NEBS Compliance ....................................................................................108
Appendix A: Glossary ...............................................................................................110
List of Figures
Figure 1: Kontron Carrier Grade Server CG2200 (Top Cover On) .................................10
Figure 2: Kontron CG2200 Carrier Grade Server (Cover Removed) ............................11
Figure 3: CG2200 Server Block Diagram .......................................................................15
Figure 4: Front View of the CG2200 Server (Bezel Installed) ........................................16
Figure 5: Front View of CG2200 Server (Bezel Removed) ............................................16
Figure 6: Front Panel Details .........................................................................................17
Figure 7: Hard Disk Drives .............................................................................................18
Figure 8: SAS Hard Drive Tray Assembly ......................................................................18
Figure 9: Chassis Rear View..........................................................................................19
Figure 10 S2600CO Server Board Layout .....................................................................20
Figure 11: Riser Card Assemblies .................................................................................21
Figure 12: Cooling Subsystem .......................................................................................22
Figure 13: CG2200 Server Interconnect Block Diagram ................................................29
Figure 14: Baseboard SSI Main Power Cable Mechanical Drawing ..............................32
Figure 15: CPU 1 + DIMM Power Cable Mechanical Drawing .......................................33
Figure 16: CPU 2 + DIMM Power Cable Mechanical Drawing .......................................34
Figure 17: HDD Backplane, Fan Control Board, and Auxiliary I/O Power Cables Mechanical
Drawing ....................................................................................................................35
Figure 18: Baseboard SSI Power Control Signal Cable Mechanical Drawing ................36
Figure 19: Multifunction Front Panel Board Cable Mechanical Drawing ........................37
Figure 20: SSI Front Panel Board Cable Mechanical Drawing ......................................38
Figure 21: Fan I2C Cable Mechanical Drawing..............................................................39
Figure 22: Front Panel Board USB Cable Mechanical Drawing .....................................39
Figure 23: LED/Switch Board Power and Signal Cable Mechanical Drawing ................40
Figure 24: TAM Signal Cable Mechanical Drawing ........................................................41
Figure 25 Alarms Cable Mechanical Drawing ................................................................42
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Figure 26. Fan Cable Mechanical Drawing ....................................................................43
Figure 27: Mini-SAS 1 (HDD 0-3/SGPIO1) Mechanical Drawing ...................................44
Figure 28: Mini-SAS 2 (HDD 4-5/SGPIO2) Mechanical Drawing ...................................45
Figure 29: HSBP I2C/LED Cable Mechanical Drawing ..................................................46
Figure 30: Front Panel Board Serial Port Connector (RJ45) ..........................................46
Figure 31: Rear Panel Serial Port Connector (DB9) ......................................................47
Figure 32: Video Connector ...........................................................................................48
Figure 33: USB Connector .............................................................................................49
Figure 34: RJ45 Ethernet Connector .............................................................................49
Figure 35: FP Board Layout (Primary Side ...................................................................52
Figure 36: FP Board Block Diagram ..............................................................................53
Figure 37: FP Board Power Distribution .........................................................................55
Figure 38: Front Panel Buttons/LEDs ............................................................................64
Figure 39: Fan Control Board Layout .............................................................................70
Figure 40: SAS Backplane Board Layout .......................................................................76
Figure 41: SAS Backplane Board Block Diagram ..........................................................77
Figure 42: Hard Disk Drive Bay Numbering ...................................................................77
Figure 43: Telco Alarms Module Layout (Primary Side) .................................................81
Figure 44: TAM Block Diagram ......................................................................................82
Figure 46: PCI Add-In Card Options ..............................................................................87
Figure 47: Adding Riser Cards into the Assemblies .......................................................88
Figure 48: DC Power Supply Module Mechanical Drawing ............................................90
Figure 49: DC Power Supply Input Connector ...............................................................90
Figure 50: DC Power Supply Mating Connector ............................................................91
Figure 51: DC Power Supply Grounding ........................................................................92
Figure 52: DC Power Supply Output Connector ............................................................93
Figure 53: Power Distribution Board Mechanical Drawing .............................................97
Figure 54: PDB Input Connector ....................................................................................98
Figure 55: AC Power Supply Module Mechanical Drawing ..........................................102
Figure 56: AC Power Supply Module Output Connector ..............................................103
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1.
Introduction
This technical product specification provides detailed information about the Kontron CG2200 Carrier Grade
Server, including information about the chassis hardware, cables, connectors, system boards, power
subsystem, and regulatory requirements.
The document is organized into the following chapters:
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Chapter 1:
Introduction
Provides an overview of this document
Chapter 2:
System Overview
Provides an overview of the Kontron CG2200 Carrier Grade Server hardware
Chapter3:
Cables and Connectors
Describes the cables and connectors used to interconnect the system board set and the server system
components
Chapter4:
Front Panel Board
Describes the specifications of the front panel I/O board
Chapter 5:
Front Panel LED/Switch Board
Describes the specifications of the front panel LED/switch board
Chapter 6:
Fan Control Board
Describes the specifications of the Fan Control board
Chapter 7:
SAS/SATA Backplane Board
Describes the specifications of the SAS backplane board
Chapter 8:
Telco Alarms Module (TAM)
Describes the specifications for the Telco alarms module
Chapter 9:
Riser Card Assembly
Describes the specifications of the PCI riser card assembly
Chapter 10:
DC Power Subsystem
Describes the specifications of the DC power subsystem
Chapter 11:
Power Distribution Board (PDB)
Describes the specifications of the power distribution board
Chapter 12:
AC Power Subsystem
Describes the specifications of the AC power subsystem
Chapter 13:
Regulatory Specifications
Describes system compliance to regulatory specifications
Appendix A:
Glossary
Provides definition of key terms used in this document
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2.
System Overview
This chapter provides an overview of the key features of the Kontron CG2200 Carrier Grade Server in
the following sections:
2.1
Section 2.1:
Introduction
Provides an overview of the server features and a block diagram of the Kontron CG2200 Carrier
Grade Server
Section 2.2:
CG2200 Server External Chassis Features
Describes the user-accessible features of the CG2200 server chassis in detail (buttons, switches,
bezel, etc.)
Section 2.3:
CG2200 Server Internal Chassis Features
Provides an overview of the internal functional components of the CG2200 server
Section 2.4:
CG2200 Server Platform Management
Describes the server management features of the CG2200 server
Section 2.5:
CG2200 Server Specifications
Summarizes the environmental and physical specifications of the CG2200 server
Introduction
Kontron CG2200 Carrier Grade Server
The Kontron CG2200 Carrier Grade Server is a compact, high-density, rack-mount server with
support for the Intel® Xeon® 95W E5-2658, Intel® Xeon® 95W E5-2620, and Intel® Xeon® 70W E52648L processors and up to sixteen DDR3 DIMMs (eight for each processor). The CG2200 server
supports high availability features such as hot-swappable and redundant power supply modules, hotswappable and redundant fans, and up to six hot swappable 2.5-inch hard disk drives. The scalable
architecture of the CG2200 server supports a variety of operating systems.
Figure 1 shows the CG2200 server completely assembled. Figure 2 shows the CG2200 server with
the top cover removed.
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Figure 1: Kontron Carrier Grade Server CG2200 (Top Cover On)
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Figure 2: Kontron CG2200 Carrier Grade Server (Cover Removed)
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Item
Description
Item
Description
A
Redundant, hot-swappable AC or DC power supply
modules
N
Baseboard PCI slot 5, for right-side risers only
B
Earth Ground
O
CPU 2
C
PCI adapter external port access for five adapters.
P
CPU 1
D
Right-side riser card assembly
Q
16 DDR3 memory DIMM slots, two banks of four
DIMMs for each processor (CPU 1 slots shown)
E
CPU and DIMM air duct
R
Telco alarm module (TAM) board
F
Chassis support crossbeam
S
RJ45 COM1 port and USB port (2 connectors)
G
System fans (six)
T
Front panel board
H
SAS Hard Drive Bay
U
LED board
I
Air baffle for left- side riser card
V
SD flash card slots (2)
J
Left-side riser card assembly
W
Power distribution board (PDB)
K
Baseboard PCI slot 2 for left-side risers only
X
Fan control board
L
Baseboard PCI slot 3 for internal hardware RAID
adapter only
Y
Power supply cage for two power supply modules
M
Baseboard PCI slot 4, for LP adapters only
Z
Intel® S2600CO Server Board
CG2200 Server Feature Summary
Table 1 lists the features of the CG2200 server.
Table 1: CG2200 Server Feature List
Product Features
System
Chassis
Front Panel
Buttons
Front Panel LEDs
Storage
System Cooling
Power
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
NEBS GR63 and GR1089 NEBS level 1 and 3/ETSI compliant
Telco Alarm Manager (TAM) front panel LEDs and relays
RoHS 6/6 compliant
Managed life support (3-5 years)
Ruggedized 2U x 500mm (20” depth)
Locking cover provides 240VA protection during hot swap of system fans
Post plated external sheet metal
Power on/off
System reset
Chassis ID
NMI
Power status
Chassis identification
System status
Fan status
HDD activity/fault
NIC activity
Alarms (Critical, Major, Minor, Power)
Up to six hot-swappable 2.5” SAS HDDs/SATA SSDs
Integrated SAS/SATA interface with SW RAID 0/1/10
Various third-party LSI-based HW RAID controllers supported
Two front access SD media flash modules
Internal flash storage supported (eUSB and SATADOM)
Six 80mm hot-swappable, redundant fans
Dual redundant 650W AC hot-swappable power supplies, 80Plus® Gold
Dual redundant 650W DC hot-swappable power supplies,
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Product Features
Baseboard
SW RAID Support
HW RAID Adapter
Support (PCI slot 3)
Processor
Chipset
Memory
I/O
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Common 650W Power Distribution Board (PDB)
PMBus 1.2 specification support
Auxiliary I/O power dongle
Intel® S2600CO Server Board
SSI EEB (12in x13in) form factor
One low profile 2x5-pin header for low profile eUSB solid state drives
Two SATA connectors supporting up to 6Gb/sec
Eight SAS/SATA connectors supporting up to 3Gb/sec
Intel® RAID C600 upgrade key connector with RKSAS8 pre-installed
One RMM4 Lite connector
One RMM4 Dedicated Server Management NIC (DMN) connector
8-port SAS with Intel® ESRT2 RAID 0/1/10 Intel® RSTe RAID 0/1/10
Optional 6Gb SAS RAID controller with eight internal ports and maintenance-free
(SuperCap) backup (flash-based) for SAS drives
Two LGA 2011 (socket R) support for Intel® Xeon® 95W E5-2658, E5-2620 or
70W E5-2648L processors
Intel® C600-A Chipset with embedded SAS controller
16 DIMM slots – 2 DIMM slots/channel – 4 memory channels per processor
,Support for Registered DDR3 Memory (RDIMM), LV-RDIMM, Unbuffered DDR3
Memory (UDIMM) with ECC and Load Reduced DDR3 Memory (LR-DIMM).
Memory DDR3 data transfer rate of 800, 1066, 1333, and 1600 MT/s.
DDR3 standard I/O voltage of 1.5V B DIMMS
Supports two risers (4 FL/FH cards) and 2 LP adapters for a total of 6 PCI-E
Gen2/Gen 3 I/O cards
Five Riser Options
•
2 slot FL/FH PCI-E x8 passive (right side - Gen3*)
•
2 slot FL/FH PCI-E x8 passive (left side - Gen2/Gen3*)
•
1 slot FL/FH PCI-E x16 passive (right side - Gen3*)
•
1 slot FL/FH PCI-E x16 passive (left side - Gen2/Gen3*)
•
2 slot PCI-X active (right side only*)
* Right- or left-side orientation is looking from front of chassis
Front panel: one RJ-45 serial connector, , one USB 2.0 connector
Rear panel: one DB9 serial connector, four USB 2.0 connectors, one management
NIC port (Optional Intel® RMM4), four RJ-45 network interface connectors
supporting 10/100/1000 Mbps, one TAM dry relay connector, one DB15 Video VGA
connector.
Integrated BMC (iBMC) with advanced options
•
Integrated Matrox G200 2D Video Graphics controller
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Server
Management
Video
The CG2200 S2600CO Server Board is mounted horizontally toward the rear of the chassis behind
the CPU/memory area fan board.
Up to six 2.5-inch hot-swappable SAS technology rotating hard drives and/or SATA solid state drives
can be mounted in the drive bay, which is accessed from the front of the chassis with the front bezel
removed. Figure 2 shows the location of the drive bay.
NOTE: SATA rotating HDDs are not recommended for use in this system because they are sensitive
to rotational vibration from system fan blades and other HDDs.
The Front Panel (FP) board and LED/switch board that provide the user interface for the system and
the Telco Alarms Management board are located in front of the CPU fans.
Up to two hot-swappable 650W power supply modules can be installed at the rear of the chassis for a
1+1 redundant configuration. The server comes with a filler module that must be installed in the
empty power supply slot in systems without redundancy. The left slot (looking from the front of the
system) is the non-redundant power supply module location.
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Three redundant pairs of 80x38mm hot-swappable system fans cool the S2600CO server board and
other components. These fans are installed directly behind the FP board and in front of the fan control
board and the S2600CO server board. The fan control board has three 2x6-pin connectors to power
and control the system fans. Each fan has its own separate carrier that includes a fault LED.
Unlike some previous Kontron servers, cooling for the hard disk drives (HDDs) in the CG2200 server
is provided from the left-most redundant pair of 80x38mm system fans rather than from 40x40mm
power supply fans, which are not strong enough to provide sufficient cooling for the HDDs in this
server. Cooling air is drawn through an L-shaped air duct located behind and to the right side of the
HDD bay. The front panel of the chassis is designed to ensure that sufficient air is drawn through the
HDD air duct.
Cooling air for the power distribution board (PDB) is provided by the left-most pair of 80x38mm
system fans.
The front bezel design allows adequate airflow for cooling the system components and it can also be
customized to meet OEM industrial design requirements. The bezel has to be removed to access the
drive carriers in the hard drive bay and the SD flash card slots.
Figure 3 is a block diagram of the CG2200 server subsystems.
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Figure 3: CG2200 Server Block Diagram
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2.2
CG2200 Server External Chassis Features
Chassis -- Front Views
Figure 4 shows the front of the CG2200 server with the bezel installed.
Figure 5 shows the front of the server with the bezel removed. Removing the bezel provides access
to the hard drive carriers and SD card slots.
Figure 4: Front View of the CG2200 Server (Bezel Installed)
Item
Description
Item
Description
A
Front panel control buttons, status
indicator and telco alarm LEDs
C
USB port
B
RJ45 COM2 port
D
Bezel captive screw
Figure 5: Front View of CG2200 Server (Bezel Removed)
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Item
Description
Item
Description
A
Hard disk drive slot 5
G
Front panel control buttons,
status indicator and telco alarm
LEDs
B
Hard disk drive slot 4
H
RJ45 serial port (COM2/serial B)
C
Hard disk drive slot 3
I
USB port
D
Hard disk drive slot 2
J
SD flash card slots
E
Hard disk drive slot 1
K
SD flash module LED
F
Hard disk drive slot 0
L
ESD ground strap attachment
Front Panel
The front panel features are shown in Figure 6. All front panel switches and status LEDs are located
on the LED/switch board. See Section 5.2 “LED/Switch Board Features” for a detailed description of
the control switches and status LEDs on the front panel.
Figure 6: Front Panel Details
Item
Description
Item
Description
A
Power button
G
Minor alarm (amber)
B
System reset button
H
Power alarm (amber)
C
System Status LED
I
HDD activity LED
D
Fan status LED
J
NIC activity LED
E
Critical alarm (amber or red†)
K
Chassis ID button
F
Major alarm (amber or red†)
L
NMI button
† Critical and Major alarm indicators are bi-color LEDs that can be configured to be amber
or red by means of an SDR TAM setting. Amber is the default color.
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Hard Drives
The CG2200 Carrier Grade Server chassis supports up to six SAS hard disk drives which are
accessible from the front of the chassis. SAS 2.5-inch hard disk drives are mounted in removable
drive carriers (Figure 7, “A”) that latch into the drive bay sub-assembly. The hard disk drives installed
in the carriers are hot-swappable.
The front bezel must be removed to access the hard disk drive slots.
Figure 7: Hard Disk Drives
SAS Hard Drive Carriers
Each hard drive used in the server must be mounted to a drive carrier (A) using four screws (B)
inserted into the sides of the drive as shown in Figure 8.
Figure 8: SAS Hard Drive Tray Assembly
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Chassis -- Rear View
Figure 9 shows the rear of the CG2200 Server chassis.
Figure 9: Chassis Rear View
Item
Description
1
Item
Description
A
Right 2-slot FL/FH PCI assembly (slots 5 and 6)
J
B
Thumb screw to secure right PCI assembly (A)
K
GbE NIC3 and NIC 4 (NIC3 on top)
C
LP PCI adapter (slot 4)
Internal LP PCI adapter (baseboard slot 3, not visible
from outside of chassis)
Thumb screw to secure left PCI assembly (F)”
L
GbE NIC2, USB2 and USB3 (USB2 on top)
M
GbE NIC1, USB0 and USB1 (USB0 on top)
N
Video connector
D
E
1
RMM4 NIC (Optional)
F
Left 2-slot FL/FH PCI assembly (slots 1 and 2)
O
DB9 COM1 connector
G
Power supply 1 (shown with DC power supply installed)
P
TAM dry relay connector
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Item
Description
Item
2
H
Optional power supply 2 (filler panel shown)
Q
I
Earth Ground studs (dual hole lug shown)
R
Description
Power supply LED signals
Power supply 1 (shown with AC power supply
installed)
NOTES:
1. Right and left notation for PCI assemblies is when looking from the front of the system.
2: In non-redundant configurations, power supply slot 2 must have a filler panel installed.
3. If RMM4 NIC is not used, a filler panel occupies this space
2.3
CG2200 Server Internal Features
Intel® S2600CO Server Board
NOTE: See the Intel® S2600CO Server Board Technical Product Specification on the Kontron website
for detailed information about the baseboard used in this server.
Figure 10 shows the S2600C0 server board (rear view).
Figure 10 S2600CO Server Board Layout
PCI Riser Card Assembly
There are two PCI riser card assemblies; left-side and right-side, as seen from the front of the system.
The left riser assembly houses one of two different PCI riser card options, and the right riser assembly
houses one of three different PCI riser card options, as defined in Chapter 9 , “PCI Riser Card
Assembly”.
The riser cards, along with the appropriate PCI adapter cards, are assembled into the sheet metal
housing while the assembly is removed from the chassis.
Figure 11 shows the installation or removal of the riser card assemblies.
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Figure 11: Riser Card Assemblies
NOTE: Since there are no chassis alignment features to assist with mating the riser card and
assembly to the baseboard, do not install (or if already installed, remove) adapter cards in baseboard
slots 3 and 4 before installing the left or right PCI assemblies (A).
Two captive screws (B) at the front of the riser assemblies and one on the rear panel (C) secure each
assembly in the chassis.
The vertical features on the CPU/memory air duct (D) help to direct the air flow through the right-side
riser card assembly.
Item
A
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Left and right riser card assemblies
Item
E
Description
CPU/memory air duct
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Description
B
Front riser card assembly captive screws
F
Left riser card assembly air duct
C
Rear panel riser card assembly captive screw
G
C600-A air duct
D
CPU/memory air duct vertical features
Cooling Subsystem
All system components except the power distribution board and power supplies are cooled by a set of
six fans mounted near the front of the chassis behind the front panel board, as shown in Figure 12
Figure 12: Cooling Subsystem
The CG2200 server has six 80x38mm fans, configured as three redundant pairs. There are three
cooling zones indicated by the colored dotted lines in Figure 12.
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Zone 1 (green dotted lines) contains fans 1 and 2, which cool CPU1, CPU2, DIMMs A1, A2,
B1, B2, G1, G2, H1, H2 and all other components in this zone. Air flows through the front
bezel to the rear of the chassis (zone 1 arrow).
Zone 2 (red dotted lines) contains fans 3 and 4 which cool DIMMs C1, C2, D1, D2, E1, E2, F1,
F2, the right-side PCI riser assembly, and all other components in this zone. . Air flows through
the front bezel to the rear of the chassis (zone 2 arrow).
Zone 3 (blue dotted lines) contains fans 5 and 6 which cool the six HDDs, the two LP PCI
adapters in baseboard slots 3 and 4, the left-side PCI riser assembly and all the other
components in this area. Air flow takes two routes for this zone; from the front bezel over the
drive bay to the fans and straight back to the rear of the chassis (left zone 3 arrow) or over the
drive bay to the fans and then back over the power supplies to the rear of the chassis. (right
zone 3 arrow).
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Internal power supply fans as well as system fans 5 and 6 cool the power distribution board
(PDB) and power supply modules.
Air ducts directs air over the a) CPUs and memory area of the baseboard in cooling zones 1 and 2, b)
the C600-A, IC chip, in cooling zone 3, and c) the left PCI assembly also in cooling zone 3. See
Figure 11.
The right riser card assembly sits above the CPU/memory air duct in zone 2. Vertical baffles on the
top surface of the CPU/memory air duct combined with the riser card assembly and its sheet metal
housing form an air duct for the PCI adapters installed in the right side riser card assembly. See
Figure 11.
The left riser card assembly sits above the left-most portion of the baseboard and power supply
module 2 in Zone 3. The left riser card assembly and its sheet metal housing and the air baffle
installed to the left of the riser card assembly form an air duct for the PCI adapters installed in the left
riser card assembly. See Figure 11.
Ambient Temperature Control
The fan board contains three separate pulse-width-modulation (PWM) circuit domains that control the
speed of the six system fans. PWM fan speed control enables quiet system operation when the
ambient temperature is low and there are no fan failures. Domain 0 controls fans 1 and 2, domain 1
controls fans 3 and 4, and domain 2 controls fans 5 and 6.
Cooling Summary
The six-fan cooling subsystem is sized to provide cooling for:
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Up to two processors
256 Gbytes of DDR3 DIMM memory
Six hard drives
Up to six PCI cards (250W max for six slots)
The cooling subsystem meets acoustic and thermal requirements at lower fan speed settings, i.e., at
23OC+/-2OC. Thermal requirements are met for the maximum ambient temperatures. However,
acoustic limits are not specified above 23OC+/-2OC. The environmental specifications are
summarized in Chapter14, “Regulatory Specifications”.
2.4
CG2200 Server Platform Management Subsystem
See the Intel® S2600CO Server Board Technical Product Specification for a detailed description of
the Platform Management design and features.
The platform management subsystem is based on the Integrated Baseboard Management Controller
(iBMC) features of the Emulex Pilot III controller. The on-board platform management subsystem
consists of communication buses, sensors, system BIOS, and server management firmware.
The platform management system supports standard IPMI features as well as other features not part
of IPMI.
IPMI 2.0 Features
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Baseboard management controller (BMC)
IPMI Watchdog timer
Messaging support, including command bridging and user/session support
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Chassis device functionality, including power/reset control and BIOS boot flags support
Event receiver device: The BMC receives and processes events from other platform
subsystems.
Field Replaceable Unit (FRU) inventory device functionality
The BMC supports access to system FRU devices using IPMI FRU commands.
System Event Log (SEL) device functionality
The BMC supports and provides access to a SEL.
Sensor Data Record (SDR) repository device functionality
The BMC supports storage and access of system SDRs.
Sensor device and sensor scanning/monitoring
The BMC provides IPMI management of sensors and polls sensors to monitor and report
system health.
IPMI interfaces
o Host interfaces include System Management Software (SMS) with receive message
queue support, and Server Management Mode (SMM)
o IPMB interface
o LAN interface that supports the IPMI-over-LAN protocol (RMCP, RMCP+)
Serial-over-LAN (SOL)
ACPI state synchronization
The BMC tracks ACPI state changes that are provided by the BIOS.
BMC self test
The BMC performs initialization and run-time self-tests and makes results available to external
entities.
Non IPMI Features
The Integrated BMC also supports the following non-IPMI features.
• In-circuit BMC firmware update
• Fault resilient booting (FRB): FRB2 is supported by the watchdog timer functionality.
• Limits number of system resets due to CPU fan speed control
• Power supply redundancy monitoring and support
• Fan redundancy monitoring and support
• Hot-swap fan support
• System airflow monitoring
• Acoustic management, support for multiple fan profiles
• Ethernet controller thermal monitoring
• Platform environment control interface (PECI) thermal management support
• Memory thermal management
• DIMM temperature monitoring
New sensors and improved acoustic management using a closed-loop fan control algorithm
taking into account DIMM temperature readings.
• BIOS logs CPU and memory events via IPMI
• Power supply redundancy monitoring and support
• Power unit management
Support for power unit sensor
The BMC handles power-good dropout conditions.
• Intel® Intelligent Power Node Manager support
• Signal testing support
The BMC provides test commands for setting and getting platform signal states.
• The BMC generates diagnostic beep codes for fault conditions.
• System GUID storage and retrieval
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Front panel management
The BMC controls the system status LED and chassis ID LED and supports secure lockout of
certain front panel functionality and monitors button presses.
The chassis ID LED is turned on using a front panel button or a command.
Basic fan control using TControl version 2 SDRs
Power state retention
Power fault analysis
Intel® Light-Guided Diagnostics
Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)
The BMC sends and responds to ARPs (supported on embedded NICs).
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
The BMC performs DHCP (supported on embedded NICs).
E-mail alerting
Embedded web server
Integrated KVM.
Integrated Remote Media Redirection
Local Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) support
New Manageability Features
The Intel Server Board S2600CO also offers a number of new features:
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Sensor and SEL logging additions/enhancements (for example, additional thermal monitoring
capability, better isolation of faults to the FRU level)
Embedded platform debug feature that allows capture of detailed data for later analysis by
Intel engineering.
Provisioning and inventory enhancements:
o Signed firmware (improved security)
o Inventory data/system information export (partial SMBIOS table)
Enhancements to fan speed control.
DCMI compliance (product-specific).
Support for embedded web server UI in Basic Manageability feature set.
Enhancements to embedded web server
o Human-readable SEL
o Additional system configurability
o Additional system monitoring capability
o Enhanced on-line help
Enhancements to KVM redirection
o Support for higher resolution
Support for EU Lot6 compliance
Management support for PMBus rev1.2 compliant power supplies
DCMI 1.1 compliance
CG2200 Server Specifications
This section lists the environmental and physical specifications for the CG2200 server.
Environmental Specifications
The CG2200 server is designed and tested to meet K00158, the CRMS environmental test standards
specification
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.Table 2: Environmental Specifications Summary
Environment
Specification
Temperature, operating
NEBS Level 3 +5 C to 40 C (41 F to 104 F)
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NEBS Level 1 +10 C to 35 C (50 F to 95 F)
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Temperature, non-operating
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-40 C to 70 C (-40 F to 158 F)
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-5 C to 55 C (23 F to 131 F)
Temperature, short-term*
NEBS Level 3 only
*Short-term refers to a period of not more than 96 consecutive hours and a
total of not more than 15 days in 1 year. (This refers to a total of 360 hours in
any given year, but no more than 15 occurrences during that one-year
period.)
Humidity, operating
5% to 85%
Humidity, non-operating
95%, non-condensing at temperatures of 23 C to 40 C (73 F to 104 F)
Altitude
-60 to 1800m (-197 to 5906 ft) @ 40 C max.
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1801 to 4000m (5909 to 13,123 ft) @ 30 C
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Vibration, non-operating
Random profile
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5Hz @ 0.001g /Hz to 20Hz @ 0.01g /Hz (slope up)
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20Hz to 500Hz @ 0.01g /Hz (flat)
Input acceleration is 2.20g RMS
10 min. per axis, in all 3 axes, on all samples
Random control limit tolerance in +/- 3dB
Shock operating
Half-sine 2G, 11 ms pulse, 100 pulses in each direction, on each of the three
axes
Shock non-operating
Trapezoidal, 25G, 205 inches/sec delta V, two drops in per face, (total 12
drops)
Electrostatic discharge (ESD)
Tested ESD levels up to 12kV (kilovolts) air discharge and up to 8kV contact
discharge without physical damage
Acoustic
Sound power: 7B max at ambient temperatures < 23°C +/-2°C
RoHS
Complies with RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU and RoHS 6/6
Physical Specifications
Table 3 describes the physical specifications of the CG2200 server.
Table 3: Physical Dimensions (Max)
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Height
3.45 inches (87.6 mm)
Width
17.14 inches (435.3 mm)
Depth
20 inches (508mm)
Front clearance
2 inches (76 mm)
Side clearance
1 inch (25 mm)
Rear clearance
3.6 inches (92 mm)
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Descriptions
Weight (kg)
Weight (lbs)
System weight - max configuration (all LP PCI adapters, AC or DC PS)
17.98
39.64
System weight - model 0 configuration (as shipped from factory)
13.98
30.80
System packaging
2.78
6.12
AC power supply
1.05
2.32
DC power supply
1.06
2.34
CPU heatsink with hardware and TIM
0.41
0.92
RAID kit (mini-SAS and flashback cache module cables)
0.15
0.34
RAID adapter and flashback cache module
0.18
0.38
RMM4
0.04
0.08
HDD carrier
0.09
0.20
Bezel
0.25
0.54
Riser card (dual slot PCIe x8)
0.08
0.16
Generic 2.5in SAS HDD (spinning media)
0.22
0.48
Generic DIMMs (quantity of 2)
0.04
0.08
Solid state HDD
0.08
0.19
eUSB module
0.01
0.02
SATA DOM
0.01
0.02
CPU without heatsink
0.04
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Cables and Connectors
This chapter describes interconnections between various components of the Kontron CG2200 Carrier
Grade Server using overview diagrams as well as tables that describe the signals and pin-outs for the
system connectors. Refer to the Intel® Server Board S2600CO Technical Product Specification or
the board sections in this document for any signal descriptions and pin-outs that are not listed in this
section.
The information contained in this chapter is organized into three sections:
3.1
Section 3.1:
Interconnect Block Diagram
Provides an overview of system interconnects
Section 3.2:
Cable and System Interconnect Descriptions
Provides a list of all the connectors and cables in the system
Section 0:
User-Accessible Interconnects
Describes the form-factor and pin-out for user-accessible interconnects
Interconnect Block Diagrams
Figure 13 shows all of the system level cabled interconnections. Each cable is identified and defined
in Table 5.
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Figure 13: CG2200 Server Interconnect Block Diagram
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Table 5 System Cables
Interconnect #: Name:
KAI Cable
P/N
End #1 Connection
End #2 Connection
End #3 Connection
End #4 Connection
1. Baseboard SSI Main Power
K00597-002
End #1: Power Distribution Board
End #2: Baseboard
End #3: NA
End #4: NA
2. CPU 1 and DIMM Power
K00597-002
End #1:Power Distribution Board
End #2: Baseboard
End #3: NA
End #4: NA
3. CPU 2 and DIMM Power
K00597-002
End #1:Power Distribution Board
End #2: Baseboard
End #3: NA
End #4: NA
4. Fan Control Board Power
K00597-002
End #1:Power Distribution Board
End #2: Fan Control Board
End #3: NA
End #4: NA
5. SAS HDD Backplane Board
Power
K00597-002
End #1:Power Distribution Board
End #2: SAS HDD Backplane
End #3: NA
End #4: NA
6. Aux I/O Power Dongle
K00597-002
End #1:Power Distribution Board
End #2: Cable-to-cable connector
End #3: NA
End #4: NA
7. Baseboard SSI Power Control
Signal
K00597-002
End #1:Power Distribution Board
End #2: Baseboard
End #3: NA
End #4: NA
8. Multifunction Front Panel Board
(Power and Signal, HDD LED,
COM2)
K00539-001
End #1:Front Panel Board
(multifunction)
End #2: Fan Control Board
(pwr/sig)
End #3: Baseboard (COM2)
End #4: C-2-C (HDD-LED)
9. SSI Front Panel Board l
K00540-001
End #1: Baseboard
End #2: Front Panel Board
End #3: NA
End #4: NA
End #1: Baseboard
End #2: Fan Control Board
End #3: NA
End #4: NA
10. Fan I2C
K00542-001
11. Front Panel Board USB
K00543-001
End #1: Baseboard
End #2: Front Panel Board
End #3: NA
End #4: NA
12. LED/Switch Board
Power and Signal
E36035-001
End #1:Front Panel Board
End #2: LED/Switch Board
End #3: NA
End #4: NA
13. TAM Signal
K00544-001
End #1:Front Panel Board
End #2: TAM Module
End #3: NA
End #4: NA
14. Alarms
K00545-001
End #1:TAM Module
End #2: System Rear Panel Alarms
Connector
End #3: NA
End #4: NA
15. Fan
(Fans 1-2)
K00546-001
Used 3
places
End #1:Fan Control Board
End #2: Fan Pair (1-2)
End #3: NA
End #4: NA
16. Fan
(Fans 3-4)
K00546-001
End #1:Fan Control Board
End #2: Fan Pair (3-4)
End #3: NA
End #4: NA
17. Fan
(Fans 5-6)
K00546-001
End #1:Fan Control Board
End #2: Fan Pair (5-6)
End #3: NA
End #4: NA
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Interconnect #: Name:
KAI Cable
P/N
End #1 Connection
End #2 Connection
End #3 Connection
End #4 Connection
18. Mini-SAS 1
(HDD 0-3 / SGPIO1)
K00547-001
End #1:SAS HDD Backplane Board
End #2: Baseboard SAS 0-3 Conn
End #3: Baseboard SGPIO1
End #4: NA
19. Mini SAS 2
(HDD 4-5 / SGPIO2)
K00548-001
End #1:SAS HDD Backplane Board
End #2: Baseboard SAS 4-5 Conn
End #3: Baseboard SGPIO2
End #4: NA
20. HSBP I2C / HDD LED
K00549-001
End #1:SAS HDD Backplane Board
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End #2: Baseboard HSBP I C
End #3: C-2-C (HDD-LED)
End #4:
3.2
Cable and System Interconnections
Baseboard SSI Main Power Cable
One end of the baseboard SSI main power cable is soldered to the power distribution board and the
other end connects to the baseboard providing power to the baseboard and the power supply with the
PS-ON signal. Figure 14 shows the mechanical details of the baseboard SSI main power cable.
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Figure 14: Baseboard SSI Main Power Cable Mechanical Drawing
CPU 1 + DIMM Power Cable
One end of the CPU 1 + DIMM power cable is soldered to the power distribution board and the other
end connects to the baseboard providing power only for CPU 1 and the DIMMs associated with CPU
1. Figure 15 shows the mechanical details of the CPU 1 + DIMM power cable.
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Figure 15: CPU 1 + DIMM Power Cable Mechanical Drawing
CPU 2 + DIMM Power Cable
One end of the CPU 2 + DIMM power cable is soldered to the power distribution board and the other
end connects to the baseboard providing power only for CPU 2 and the DIMMs associated with CPU
2. Figure 16 shows the mechanical details of the CPU 2 + DIMM power cable.
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Figure 16: CPU 2 + DIMM Power Cable Mechanical Drawing
SAS HDD Backplane Board Power Cable
One end of the SAS HDD backplane board power cable is soldered to the power distribution board
and the other end connects to the SAS HDD backplane board providing power for the HDD backplane
board and six SAS HDDS. Figure 17 shows the mechanical details of the SAS HDD backplane board
power cable
Fan Control Board Power Cable
One end of the fan control board cable is soldered to the power distribution board and the other end
connects to the fan control board providing power for fan control board and the six 80mm system fans
Figure 17 shows the mechanical details of the fan control board power cable
Auxilliary I/O Power Dongle Cable
One end of the Aux I/O power dongle cable is soldered to the power distribution board and the other
end provides a 10-pin connector where customers can connect a custom cable of their own design to
provide auxiliary power to high-power PCI adapters. Figure 17 shows the mechanical details of the
auxiliary I/O power dongle cable.
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Figure 17: HDD Backplane, Fan Control Board, and Auxiliary I/O Power Cables Mechanical
Drawing
Baseboard SSI Power Control Signal Cable
One end of the SSI power control signal cable is soldered to the power distribution board and the
other connects to the baseboard connector providing PMBus signals between the power supplies and
the baseboard. Figure 18 shows the mechanical details of the SSI power control signal cable
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Figure 18: Baseboard SSI Power Control Signal Cable Mechanical Drawing
Multifunction Front Panel Board Cable
The multifunction cable interconnects the front panel board, fan control board, baseboard, and HDD
backplane. . Figure 19 shows shows the mechanical details of the multifunction cable.
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Figure 19: Multifunction Front Panel Board Cable Mechanical Drawing
SSI Front Panel Board Cable
The SSI front panel board cable connects the front panel board with the baseboard. Figure 20 shows
the mechanical details of the SSI FP board cable.
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Figure 20: SSI Front Panel Board Cable Mechanical Drawing
Fan I2C Cable
The fan I2C cable connects the baseboard and the fan control board to provide fan control signals.
Figure 21 shows the mechanical details of the fan I2C cable.
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Figure 21: Fan I2C Cable Mechanical Drawing
Front Panel Board USB Cable
The front panel board USB cable connects the baseboard to the front panel board to provide USB2.0
signals. Figure 22 shows the mechanical details of the front panel board USB cable.
Figure 22: Front Panel Board USB Cable Mechanical Drawing
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LED/Switch Board Power and Signal Cable
The LED/switch board power and signal cable connects the LED/switch board to the front panel
board. Figure 23 shows the mechanical details of the LED/switch board cable.
Figure 23: LED/Switch Board Power and Signal Cable Mechanical Drawing
TAM Signal Cable
The TAM signal cable connects the TAM board to the front panel board. Figure 24 shows the
mechanical details of the TAM signal cable.
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Figure 24: TAM Signal Cable Mechanical Drawing
Alarms Cable
The alarms cable connects the TAM board to the chassis rear panel. Figure 25 shows the mechanical
details of the alarms cable.
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Figure 25 Alarms Cable Mechanical Drawing
Fan Cables
The fan cable connects system fans to the fan control board. The CG2200 server uses three fan
cables, one for each redundant fan set. Figure 26 shows the mechanical details of the fan cable.
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Figure 26. Fan Cable Mechanical Drawing
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Mini-SAS 1 (HDD 0-3/SGPIO1)
The mini-SAS 1 cable interconnects the HDD backplane board to the SAS connectors HDD 0-3 and to
the SGPIO1 header on the baseboard. Figure 27 shows the mechanical details of the mini-SAS 1
cable.
Figure 27: Mini-SAS 1 (HDD 0-3/SGPIO1) Mechanical Drawing
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Mini-SAS 2 (HDD 4-5/SGPIO2)
The mini-SAS 2 cable interconnects the HDD backplane board to the SAS connectors HDD 4-5 and to
the SGPIO2 header on the baseboard. Figure 28 shows the mechanical details of the mini-SAS 1
cable.
Figure 28: Mini-SAS 2 (HDD 4-5/SGPIO2) Mechanical Drawing
HSBP I2C/LED Cable
The HSBP I2C/LED cable connects the HDD HSBP (hot swap backplane) board to the baseboard and
front panel board providing HDD LED signal control on the disk drive carriers and on the system front
panel. Figure 29 shows the mechanical details of the HSBP cable.
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Figure 29: HSBP I2C/LED Cable Mechanical Drawing
3.3
User-Accessible Connectors
Keyboard and Mouse Ports
The keyboard and mouse connect to two of the four USB ports on the rear panel. See the “Universal
Serial Bus (USB) Interface” section for the USB port pin definitions.
Serial Port
There are two serial ports on the CG2200 server: one 8-pin RJ45 connector on the front panel board
(COM2) and one DB9 serial port connector (COM1) on the rear panel. Connections can be made to
either the front or the rear port, but never both. The front port is described in the “Front Panel Board
USB Ports” section.
Figure 30: Front Panel Board Serial Port Connector (RJ45)
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Pin
Signal
1
RTS (request to send)
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Pin
Signal
2
DTR (data terminal ready)
3
TXD (transmit data)
4
GND
5
RIA (ring indicator)
6
RXD (receive data)
7
DSR/DCD (date set ready / data carrier detect
8
CTS (clear to send)
Figure 31: Rear Panel Serial Port Connector (DB9)
Pin
Signal Name
Pin
Signal Name
1
SPA_DCD
2
SPA_SIN_N
3
SPA_OUT_N
4
SPA_DTR
5
GND
6
SPA_DSR
7
SPA_RTS
8
SPA_CTS
9
SPA_RI
Video Port Connector
The video port interface is a standard VGA-compatible, 15-pin connector. Video is supplied by an onboard ServerEngines* video controller with 32 Mbytes of on-board video DDR2 SDRAM.
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Figure 32: Video Connector
5
1
10
15
11
6
AF000839
Pin
Signal
1
Red (analog color signal R)
2
Green (analog color signal G)
3
Blue (analog color signal B)
4
No connection
5
GND
6
GND
7
GND
8
GND
9
VCC (+5 V)
10
GND
11
No connection
12
DDC_SDA
13
HSYNC (horizontal sync)
14
VSYNC (vertical sync)
15
DDC_SCL
Universal Serial Bus (USB) Interface
There are five externally accessible USB ports on the CG2200 server: four ports at the rear of the
system and one at the front. The port on the front panel is accessible without removing the front bezel
The built-in USB ports permit the direct connection of five (one front, four rear) USB peripherals
without an external hub. If more devices are required, an external hub can be connected to any of the
user accessible built-in ports. There are also two internal USB ports that can be used for embedded
flash drives.
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Figure 33: USB Connector
Pin
Signal
1
Fused VCC (+5 V w/over-current monitor of ports 0, 1, 2, and 3)
2
DATAL0 (differential data line paired with DATAH0)
3
DATAH0 (differential data line paired with DATAL0)
4
GND
5
GND
6
GND
Ethernet Connector
The S2600CO server board (baseboard) provides four network interface controller (NIC) RJ45
connectors oriented side-by-side on the back edge of the board and accessible at the rear I/O panel.
The pin-outs for each connector are identical and defined in the table below.
Figure 34: RJ45 Ethernet Connector
Table 6 RJ45 Ethernet Connector Pin-Out
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Pin
Signal Name
Description
1
BI_DA+
Bi-directional pair A, +
2
BI_DA-
Bi-directional pair A, -
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Pin
Signal Name
Description
3
BI_DB+
Bi-directional pair B, +
4
BI_DC+
Bi-directional pair C, +
5
BI_DC-
Bi-directional pair C, -
6
BI_DB-
Bi-directional pair B, -
7
BI_DD+
Bi-directional pair D, +
8
BI_DD-
Bi-directional pair D, -
Each network interface controller drives two LEDs located on the RJ45 connector. The link / activity
LED (at the right of the connector) indicates network connection when on, and transmit / receive
activity when blinking. The speed LED (at the left of the connector) indicates 1000-Mbps operation
when amber, 100-Mbps operation when green, and 10-Mbps when off. Table 7 defines the LEDs.
Table 7: NIC Status LED
LED Color
Green/Amber (Left)
LED State
NIC State
Off
10Mbps
Green
100 Mbps
Amber
1000 Mbps
On
Active Connection
Blinking
Transmit / Receive activity
Green (Right)
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4.
Front Panel Board
This chapter provides an overview of the Kontron CG2200 Carrier Grade Server Front Panel (FP)
board and includes information on board hardware, connectors, power subsystem, optional add-ins,
and regulatory requirements. This chapter is organized into the following sections:
Section 4.1:
Introduction
Provides an overview of the CG2200 server FP board and shows the functional blocks
Section 4.2:
Front Panel Board Features
Describes the CG2200 FP functional blocks
Section 0:
Front Panel Board Block Diagram
Describes additional functions not described in the Functional Description section.
Section 4.4
Front Panel Board Functional Description
Provides a high-level description of the functionality distributed among the architectural blocks of
the FP board
Section 0
Front Panel Board Power Distribution
Defines the power interface to the front panel board and the power distribution to the circuits on
the board
Section 4.6
4.1
Front Panel Board Connector Specifications
Provides detailed descriptions and the connector pin-out for each of the front panel board
connectors
Introduction
The CG2200 server Front Panel (FP) board provides a connector interface and supporting logic for
the Front Panel LED/switch board, which contains power, reset, and system ID switches, as well as
various status LEDs. The FP board provides support for an external combined connector with both a
USB and a serial (RJ45) port. Most signals pass from the front panel interface off the baseboard
directly to the appropriate device (switch, LED, etc.).
Figure 35 shows the FP board components.
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Figure 35: FP Board Layout (Primary Side
4.2
Item
Description
Item
Description
A
TAM signal cable connector
E
SSI front panel power cable
connector
B
USB/RJ45 serial stacked header
F
LED/switch board power/signal cable
connector
C
SD 0 flash module
G
Multifunction power/signal cable
connector
D
SD 1flash module
H
Front panel board USB cable
connector
Front Panel Board Features
The FP Board provides the following feature set:
•
Two USB ports: one to drive the USB port on the combo RJ45 and USB connector and one to drive the
SD flash module controller(s).
•
Serial RS-232 signals to the front panel serial port on the combo RJ45 and USB connector
•
Control circuitry for driving the NIC activity LED, the system status LED, the power LED, and the disk
activity LED, which are all located on the LED/switch board
•
On-board LED that indicates USB flash drive activity
•
System power state and status indicators -- power, reset, and NMI switches
NOTE: There may be features (for future use) in addition to those in this list.
4.3
Front Panel Board Block Diagram
Figure 36 is a block diagram that shows the major hardware components and interconnections on the
front panel board.
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Figure 36: FP Board Block Diagram
4.4
Front Panel Board Functional Description
This section provides a high-level description of the functions handled by the architectural
blocks on the FP board.
Front Panel Board USB Ports
There are two USB channels on the CG2200 server FP board. The USB channels are
connected to the front panel board from the baseboard by a (2X5) 10-pin connector. One
USB channel goes to the SD flash module controller and the second USB channel goes first
to a USB hub and then to an external USB port accessible through the combo RJ45/USB
connector on the front of the chassis.
The FP board provides the P5V power to the external USB connector and over current
monitoring for the external USB port.
Front Panel Board Serial Port Connector
The combo RJ45/USB connector on the front panel provides the serial port connector,
(COM2). A multifunction 2x13 (26-pin) cable for the serial port connector goes from the
baseboard to the front panel board RJ45 serial port connector. The RJ45 serial port electrical
interface supports RS-232 voltage levels. The baseboard provides the control functionality for
the serial port.
Front Panel Board LED Board Interface
The front panel board uses a (2x15) 30-pin power and signal connector as the interface
between the front panel board and the LED board. The signals in this connector are the telco
alarm LED signals, the system status LED signals, and the front panel push button signals.
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Front Panel Board TAM Module Interface
The front panel board uses a 2x7 (14-pin) cable as the interface to the telco alarm module
(TAM). This connection provides the telco alarm LED signals from the TAM module to the
front panel LED board so the alarm status can be displayed on the front panel LEDs. This
connector also provides the SMB Sensor bus connections for communications with the TAM
Module.
Front Panel Board BaseBoard Interface
The front panel board uses a standard SSI 24-pin connector for the electrical connection to
the baseboard. The SSI connector provides the connections for the DC voltage, the SMB
Sensor bus, the LED status signals and the front panel power, Reset, ID, and NMI buttons.
Front Panel Board Miscellaneous Circuits
The front panel board provides the de-bounce circuit for the front panel push buttons as well
as the isolation and drive circuits for the system status LEDs that are visible on the front
panel LED board.
Front Panel Temperature Sensor and FRU EEPROM
A TMP75 combination digital temperature sensor and thermal watchdog provides
temperature sensing. The temperature is monitored by the baseboard management controller
(BMC) via the SMB sensor bus. The SMBus address is 0x9Ah.
A serial EEPROM location on the FP board can be used as a FRU device, if required. The
EEPROM is connected to the SMB sensor bus
NOTE: This location is currently not populated.
4.5
Front Panel Board Power Distribution
The power distribution for the front panel board is shown in Figure 37.
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Figure 37: FP Board Power Distribution
4.6
Front Panel Board Connector Specifications
The following sections provide the pin definitions for the FP board connectors.
Baseboard SSI Power/Signal Connector
The SSI connector brings power and control signals from the baseboard to the front panel board.
Table 8 shows the SSI connector pin-out.
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Table 8 SSI Connector Pin-Out
Pin
Signal Name
Description
1
P3V3_AUX
Baseboard STBY Power
2
P3V3_AUX
Baseboard STBY Power
3
NC
No Connect ion
4
P5V-STBY
Baseboard STBY Power
5
FP_PWR_LED_BUF_N
PWR LED signal
6
FP_ID_LED_BUF_N
System ID LED signal
7
P3V3
Baseboard Power
8
FP_LED_STATUS_GREEN_BUF_N
System Status LED Good
9
LED HDD_ACTIVITY_N
Composite HDD Activity
LED
10
FP_LED_STATUS_AMBER_BUF_N
System Status LED Fault
11
FP_PWR_BTN_J1_N
System Power Button
12
LED_NIC_LINK0_ACT_BUF_N
Link0 Activity LED signal
13
Ground
Ground Power Supply
14
LED NIC LINK0 LNKUP BUF_N
NIC LINK0 Up LED
15
FP_RST_BTN_J1_N
System Reset Button
16
SMB_SENSOR_3V3STBY_DATA
SMB Sensor Bus Data
17
Ground
Ground Power Supply
[8]
18
SMB_SENSOR_3V3STBY_CLK
SMB Sensor Bus Clock
19
FP_ID_BTN_J1_N
System ID Button
20
FP_CHASSIS_INTRUSION
21
PU_FW_SIO_TEMP_SENSOR
22
LED_NIC_LINK1_ACT_BUF_N
Link1 Activity LED signal
23
FP_NMI_BTN_J1_N
System NMI Button
24
LED_NIC_LINK1_LNKUP_BUF_N
NIC LINK1 Up LED
Chassis Intrusion switch
input (Not used)
Temperature Sensor
Alert signal to baseboard
Multifunction Power/Signal Connector
The multifunction connector provides the connections for the serial port signals from the
baseboard, the SMB sensor bus signals, the HDD composite Activity LEDs signal and P5V.
The signals are defined in Table 9.
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Table 9: Multi-Function Connector Pin-Out
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Pin
Signal Name
Description
1
P5V
Power Supply 5V
2
P5V
Power Supply 5V
3
TP_J5_3
No Connect ion
4
TP_J5_4
No Connection
5
GND
Power Supply Ground
6
GND
Power Supply Ground
7
GND
Power Supply Ground
8
GND
Power Supply Ground
9
SMB_SENSOR_3V3STBY_DATA
SMB Sensor Bus Data
10
GND
Power Supply Ground
11
SMB_SENSOR_3V3STBY_CLK
SMB Sensor Bus Clock
12
Composite Fan Fault_N
Fan Fault signal to Front Panel LED Board
13
SPA_DCDP12V
Serial Port DCD signal
14
SPA_DSR
Serial Port DSR signal
15
SPA-SIN
Serial Port Data Input signal
16
SPA_RTS
Serial Port RTS signal
17
SPA_SOUT_N
Serial Port Data Out signal (Why _N?)
18
SPA-CTS
Serial Port CTS signal
19
SPA-DTR
Serial Port DTR signal
20
SPA-RI
Serial Port RI signal
21
GND
Power Supply Ground
22
TP_J5_22
No Connection
23
HDD_Fault_LED
HDD Fault LED signal
24
HDD Activity LED
HDD Activity LED signal
25
GND
Power Supply Ground
26
TP_J5_26
No Connection
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Front Panel LED Board Connector
The front panel LED board connector sends power and signals from the FP board to the LED/Switch
board for display on the front panel status LEDs. Table 10 shows the front panel LED board connector
pin-out.
Table 10 Front Panel LED Board Connector Pin-Out
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Pin
Signal Name
Description
1
P5VSTBY
Power Supply 5V standby
2
GND
Power Supply Ground
3
P5VSTBY
Power Supply 5V standby
4
GND
Power Supply Ground
5
FP_PWR_LED1_N
Power LED 1 Signal
6
TELCO_PWR_LED_N
Telco Power LED signal
7
FP_PWR_LED2_N
Power LED 2 Signal
8
TELCO_MIN_LED_N
Telco Minor LED signal
9
FP_ID_LED_W_N
System ID White LED signal
10
TELCO_MAJ_LED_R_N
Telco Major Red LED signal
11
FP_ID_LED_B_N
System ID Blue LED signal
12
TELCO_MAJ_LED_Y_N
Telco Major Yellow LED signal
13
FP_STAT_LED_G_N
Status Green LED signal
14
TELCO_CRIT_LED_R_N
Telco Critical Red LED signal
15
FP_STAT_LED_A_N
Status Amber LED signal
16
TELCO_CRIT_LED_Y_N
Telco Critical Yellow LED signal
17
FP_NIC_LED_N
NIC Activity LED signal
18
FP_PWR_BTN_N
Power switch signal
19
FP_HDD_LED_G_N
Hard disk Activity LED signal
20
FP_RST_BTN_N
Reset switch signal
21
FP_HDD_LED_A_N
Hard disk Fault LED signal
22
FP_ID_BTN_N
ID switch signal
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Pin
Signal Name
Description
23
FP_BB_LED_A_N
Baseboard Fault LED signal
24
FP_NMI_BTN_N
NMI switch signal
25
FP_PS_LED_A_N
Power Supply Fault LED signal
26
P5V
Power Supply 5V
27
FP_FAN_LED_A_N
Fan Fault LED signal
28
GND
Ground
29
NC
No connection
30
NC
No connection
Front Panel TAM Signal Connector
The TAM board connector sends the telco alarm signals from the front panel board to the telco alarm
module, which drives the external telco relays and alarms. Table 11 shows the TAM board connector
pin-out.
Table 11 TAM Board Connector Pin-Out
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Pin
Signal Name
Description
1
Telco_PWR_LED_N
Telco Power LED signal
2
Telco_MIN_LED_N
Telco Minor Alarm LED signal
3
Telco_MAJ_LED_R_N
Telco Major Alarm LED RED signal
4
Telco_MAJ_LED_Y_N
Telco Major Alarm LED Yellow signal
5
Telco_CRIT_LED_R_N
Telco Critical Alarm LED RED signal
6
Telco_CRIT_LED_Y_N
Telco Critical Alarm LED Yellow signal
7
Telco_ALRM_PRST_N
Telco Alarm Present signal Ground
8
P5V_STBY
Power Supply P5V Standby Voltage
9
SMB_SEN_3V3SB_CLK
SMB Sensor Bus Clock signal
10
SMB_SEN_3V3SB_DAT
SMB Sensor Bus Data signal
11
P3V3_STBY
Power Supply P3V3 Standby Voltage
12
GND
Power Supply Ground
13
NC_J3_13
No Connection
14
NC_J3_14
No Connection
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Front Panel RJ45/USB Connector
Table 12 shows the pin definitions for the serial port (SP) on the combo RJ45/USB connector
Table 12 RJ45/USB Connector Pin-Out
RJ45 Pin
SP Pin
Signal Name
Description
NA
12
NC
No connection
NA
4
NC
No connection
NA
6
NC
No connection
NA
1
NC
No Connection
NA
7
NC
No connection
1
11
RJ45_SPA__RTS
Connects to baseboard
2
10
RJ45_SPA__DTR
Connects to baseboard
3
4
RJ45_SPA__SOUT_L
Connects to baseboard
4
3
GND
Ground
5
2
RJ45_SPA_RI
Connects to baseboard
6
5
RJ45_SPA_SIN
Connects to baseboard
7
8
RJ45_SPA_DSR_DCD
Connects to baseboard
8
9
RJ45_SPA_CTS
Connects to baseboard
Table 13 shows the pin-out for the USB port on the combo connector.
Table 13: USB Port Connector Pin-Out
Pin
Signal Name
Description
1
USB_GND
Connects to ferrite bead and filtered cap
2
USB0_DP
Connects to protection diode and choke
3
USB0_DN
Connects to protection diode and choke
4
USB_PWR
Connects to ferrite bead
Front Panel Board Baseboard USB Connector
The FP board USB connector carries signals between the FP board and the baseboard.
Table 14 shows the USB connector pin-out.
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Table 14: Front Panel USB Connector Pin-Out
Pin
Signal Name
Description
1
P5V_USB_FP
Power Supply 5V to external USB device
2
P5V_USB_FP
Power Supply 5V to external USB device
3
USB2_P13_F_DN
USB Channel P13 Negative signal
4
USB2_P11_F_DN
USB Channel P11 Negative signal
5
USB2_P13_F_DP
USB Channel P13 Positive signal
6
USB2_P11_F_DP
USB Channel P11 Positive signal
7
GND
Power Supply Ground
8
GND
Power Supply Ground
9
NC
No connection
10
GND
Power Supply Ground
Front Panel External SD Flash Module Connectors
The external SD flash module connectors send signals from the FP board to the SD1 and SD2 flash
modules. Table 15 shows the SD1 flash module pin-out and Table 16 shows the SD2 flash module
pin-out.
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Table 15: Front Panel Board SD1 Flash Module Pin-Out
Pin
Signal Name
Description
1
SD1_D3_R
Flash Data 3 signal
2
SD1_SD1_CMD_R
SD1 Command signal
3
SD1 VSS0
Power Supply Ground
4
SD1_VDD
SD Flash Power
5
SD1_CLK_R
SD Clock signal
6
SD1_VSS1
Power Supply Ground
7
SD1_D0_R
Flash Data 0 signal
8
SD1_D1_R
Flash Data 1 signal
9
SD1_D2_R
Flash Data 2 signal
10
SD1_DS
Flash Control
11
SD1_WP
Flash Write Protect
12
SD1_PS/DS
Power Supply Ground
NOTE: The SD 1 module is called SD 1 on the front panel SD drive silkscreen, also. The SD 2 module is called SD 0 on the
front panel SD drive silk screen. This is to maintain consistency with the HDD slots that start with “0” on the right and
increase going left.
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Table 16: Front Panel Board SD1 Flash Module Pin-Out
Pin
Signal Name
Description
1
SD2_D3_R
Flash Data 3 signal
2
SD2_SD1_CMD_R N
SD1 Command signal
3
SD2_VSS0
Power Supply Ground
4
SD2_VDD
SD Flash Power
5
SD2_CLK_R
SD Clock signal
6
SD2_VSS1
Power Supply Ground
7
SD2_D0_R
Flash Data 0 signal
8
SD2_D1_R
Flash Data 1 signal
9
SD2_D2_R
Flash Data 2 signal
10
SD2_DS
Flash Control
11
SD2_WP
Flash Write Protect
12
SD2_PS/DS
Power Supply Ground
NOTE: The SD 1 module is called SD 1 on the front panel SD drive silkscreen, also. The SD 2 module is called SD 0 on the
front panel SD drive silk screen. This is to maintain consistency with the HDD slots that start with “0” on the right and
increase going left.
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LED/Switch Board
5.
This chapter provides an overview of the Kontron Carrier Grade Server CG2200 LED/switch board,
including information about the board hardware, connectors, power subsystem, optional add-ins, and
regulatory requirements.
This chapter is organized into the following sections:
5.1
Section 5.1
Introduction
Provides an overview and mechanical image of the LED/switch board
Section 5.2
LED/Switch Board Features
Describes the LED/switch board feature set
Section 5.3
LED/Switch Board Connector Specification
Provides the connector and pin-out information for the LED/switch board components
Introduction
The CG2200 server LED/switch board provides input selection switches and LED status indicators for
the server system. There are four switches and six LEDs on the panel. The power status LED and the
chassis ID LED are embedded in the switch and the other four are shown in Figure 38.
Figure 38 shows the front panel LED/switch panel layout.
Figure 38: Front Panel Buttons/LEDs
5.2
LED/Switch Board Features
The front panel LED/switch board has the following features:
•
Connects the front panel board signals and the front panel
•
On board switches for power, reset, ID, and NMI
•
On board LEDs to indicate power status, chassis ID, system status, HDD activity/fault, NIC activity, and
fan status.
NOTE: For information about the telco alarm LEDs that are also on the front panel, see Chapter 8,
Section 0, “Table 31Telco Alarms Fault LEDs”.
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Front Panel System Control Buttons
The LED/switch board houses a system control button for each of the four switches. The function of
each is listed in Table 17.
Table 17: Control Button Functions
Switch/Button
Feature
Function
A
Power button
B
System reset button
K
Chassis ID Button
L
NMI Button
Toggles the system power on/off, also functions as
a sleep button if enabled by an ACPI-compliant
operating system. A status LED is embedded in this
switch and displayed on the button
Reboots and initializes the system
Toggles the front panel chassis ID LED and the rear
server board chassis ID LED on/off. The front panel
LED is embedded in the switch and displayed on the
button.
Puts the system in a halt state for diagnostic
purposes and allows issuance of a non-maskable
interrupt when pressed. After issuing the interrupt, a
memory download can be performed to determine
the cause of the problem.
NOTE: This button is for diagnostic purposes only
and can only be accessed by using a thin stylus or a
paper clip.
Front Panel Status LEDs
The front panel LED/switch board contains six status LEDs; four separate and two embedded and
displayed with their buttons. The LED functions are listed in Table 18.
Table 18: Front Panel LED Functions
LED Description
LED Power
Color
Condition
Description
Power/Sleep
(on button)
P5V
Green
On
Legacy power on / ACPI S0 state
Green
Blinking
Sleep / ACPI S1 state
-
Off
Power off / ACPI S4 or S5 state
White
On
Off
Chassis identification active via command or
button
Chassis identification inactive
Green
On
System ready/normal operation
Green
Blinking
System ready but degraded
Amber
On
Critical or non-recoverable condition
Chassis
Identification (K)
(on button)
P5VSTBY
System Status
(see Table 19)
P5VSTBY
P5VSTBY
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LED Description
HDD activity (I)
NIC1/NIC2 activity (J)
Fan Status (D)
LED Power
Color
Condition
Description
Amber
Blinking
Non-critical alarm
-
OFF
System not ready: POST/system stop
P5V
Green
BLINK
Hard disk drive activity
P5V
Amber
ON
Hard disk drive fault
OFF
No access and no hard disk drive fault
Green
ON
LAN link for NIC1 and NIC2
Green
BLINK
LAN activity for NIC1 and NIC2
-
OFF
Idle / No link
Amber
ON
Fan fault
-
OFF
Fan subsystem OK - no fault
P5V
P5VSTBY
NOTE: .Letters in LED Description column entries refer to the letter labels on Figure 38.
For detailed information about the HDD LED settings, see Section 7.3 “Hard Disk Drive Activity and Fault LEDs”.
System Status LED
Table 19 shows the meaning of each state on the system status LED.
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Table 19: System Status LED States
Color
State
Criticality
Description
Off
Green
Green
N/A
On
Blinking
Not ready
OK
Degraded
AC (or DC if DC power supplies used) power is off.
System booted and ready
System degraded
Including, but not limited to:
Unable to use all of the installed memory (more than one DIMM installed)
Correctable errors over a threshold of 10 and migrating to a spare DIMM
(memory sparing). This indicates that the user no longer has spare DIMMs
specifying a redundancy lost condition. The corresponding DIMM LED should
light up.
In a mirrored configuration, when memory mirroring takes place and system
loses memory redundancy (This is not covered by the second bullet above)
Redundancy loss, such as power supply or fan (This does not apply to nonredundant subsystems)
PCI Express* link errors
CPU failure/disabled – if there are two processors and one of them fails
Fan alarm – Fan failure. Number of operational fans should be more than the
minimum number needed to cool the system
Non-critical threshold crossed – temperature and/or voltage
Amber
Blinking
Non-critical
Non-fatal alarm – system is likely to fail
Including, but not limited to:
•
Critical voltage threshold crossed
•
VRD hot asserted
•
Minimum number of fans to cool the system are not present or have
failed
•
In non-sparing and non-mirroring mode if the threshold of ten
correctable errors is crossed within the window
Amber
On
Critical, nonrecoverable
Fatal alarm – system has failed or shut down
Including, but not limited to:
•
DIMM failure when there is one DIMM and no good memory present
•
Run-time memory uncorrectable error in non-redundant mode
•
IERR signal asserted
•
Processor 1 missing
•
Temperature (e.g., CPU ThermTrip, memory TempHi, critical
threshold crossed)
•
No power good – power fault
•
Processor configuration error (e.g., processor stepping mismatch)
Chassis Identification LED
The blue chassis identification LED on the baseboard is used to help identify a system for servicing.
This is especially useful when the system is installed in a high-density rack or cabinet with several
similar systems.
The chassis ID LED can be turned on by:
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•
Pressing the white chassis ID button on the front panel will illuminate the blue ID LED on the rear of the
chassis until the button is pressed again.
•
Issuing the appropriate hex IPMI system identify value, the chassis ID LED either blinks for 15 seconds
and turns off or blinks indefinitely until the appropriate hex IPMI system identify value is issued to turn it
off.
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5.3
LED/Switch Board Connector Specification
The LED/switch board has a 2x15-pin connector to the front panel (FP) board. The connector pin
definitions are shown in Table 20.
Table 20 LED/Switch Board Connector Pin-Out
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Pin
Definition
Pin
Definition
1
P5VSTBY
16
TELCO_CRIT_LED_Y_N
2
GND
17
FP_NIC_LED_N
3
P5VSTBY
18
FP_PWR_BTN_N
4
GND
19
FP_HDD_LED_G_N
5
FP_PWR_LED1_N
20
FP_RST_BTN_N
6
TELCO_PWR_LED_N
21
FP_HDD_LED_A_N
7
FP_PWR_LED2_N
22
FP_ID_BTN_N
8
TELCO_MIN_LED_N
23
FP_BB_LED_A_N
9
FP_ID_LED_W_N
24
FP_NMI_BTN_N
10
TELCO_MAJ_LED_R_N
25
FP_PS_LED_A_N
11
FP_ID_LED_B_N
26
P5V
12
TELCO_MAJ_LED_Y_N
27
FP_FAN_LED_A_N
13
FP_STAT_LED_G_N
28
GND
14
TELCO_CRIT_LED_R_N
29
NC
15
FP_STAT_LED_A_N
30
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6.
Fan Control Board
6.1
Introduction:
The fan control board uses a modular concept for controlling the system fans. The system
baseboard sends the fan control functions to the fan control board via the SMbus. The fan
control functions are controlled by a Maxim 72408 fan controller IC. This controller monitors
the “Fan Present” signals from each of the fan positions, drives the “Fan PWM” signals,
monitors the “Fan Tach” signals, and drives the “Fan Fail” signals. Figure 39 shows the layout
of the Fan Control Board.
6.2
Fan Controller Functions
The fan controller is initialized at start-up by reading a configuration code from the boot
SEEPROM. After start-up the fan speeds are monitored and controlled by the fan controller
through the baseboard SMbus. Fan speed is controlled using temperature sensors located on
the baseboard. When a fan fault is detected the fan controller drives the “Fan Fault” signal
“ON” in the fault LED on the fan assembly. Simultaneously, a composite fan fault LED, visible
at the chassis front bezel, is turned “ON” on the front panel LED board.
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Figure 39: Fan Control Board Layout
6.3
Item
Description
Item
Description
A
Fan control board input power
connector
D
Multifunction output power and signal
connector
B
Fan I C connector
E
Sysstem fan connectors (three) for
fan pairs
C
Fan controller
2
Fan Control Board Connectors
There are two power connectors (input and output) from the power distribution board to the fan control
board and three connectors on the fan control board to deliver power to the six system fan
assemblies. Figure 26 in Section 3.2, “Cable and System Interconnections” shows the fan cable
connectors
Input Power Connector
Power is provided to the fan control board by a 2x6 12-pin power connector from the power
distribution board (PDB). The fan control board receives P12V, P5V, P5V-STBY and P3V3
input.
Output Power Connector
The fan control board distributes the P5V power to the front panel via a multifunction 2x7 14pin connector. This connector is also used to connect the sensor SMB to the fan control board
for reading and writing to the FRU data EEPROM. The system firmware reads the FRU data to
determine the manufacturer of the system, i.e., Kontron America. The composite “Fan Fault”
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signal generated on the fan control board is connected to the front panel board by a pin in the
output power connector.
Fan Control Board System Fan Connectors
The Fan Control Board provides the electrical connections to the fan assemblies. There are
three fan assembly 2x6 12-pin connectors that drive two fans each.
6.4
Fan Control Board Connector Specification
This section provides the pin definitions for the connectors used on the fan control board.
Table 21.. Fan Control Board Input Power Connector Pin-Out
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Signal Name
Description
1
GND
Power Supply Ground
2
GND
Power Supply Ground
3
GND
Power Supply Ground
4
GND
Power Supply Ground
5
P5V
Input Power 5 Volts
6
P5V
Input Power 5 Volts
7
P5V_STBY
Input Power 5 Volt Standby
8
P3V3
Input Power 3.3 Volts
9
P12V
Input Power 12 Volts
10
P12V
Input Power 12 Volts
11
P12V
Input Power 12 Volts
12
P12V
Input Power 12 Volts
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Table 22: Fan Control Board Output Power Connector Pin-Out
Pin
Signal Name
Description
1
P5V
Output Power 5 Volts to FPB
2
P5V
Output Power 5 Volts to FPB
3
NC_FP_3
No Connection
4
NC_FP_4
No Connection
5
GND
Power Supply Ground
6
GND
Power Supply Ground
7
GND
Power Supply Ground
8
GND
Power Supply Ground
9
SMB_SEN_DAT
SMB Sensor Bus Data
10
GND
Power Supply Ground
11
SMB_SEN_CLK
SMB Sensor Bus Clock
12
Compositle_Fan_Fail_N
Composite Fan Fail signal to Front Panel
13
NC_FP_13
No Connection
14
NC_FP_14
No Connection
Table 23: Fan Control Board SMBus Connector Pin-Out
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Signal Name
Description
1
SMB_IPMB_3V3STBY_DAT
IPMB Bus Data to Fan Controller
2
GND
Power Supply Ground
3
SMB_IPMB_3V3STBY_CLK
IPMB Bus Clock to Fan Controller
4
NC_IPMB_4
No Connection
5
NC_IPMB_5
No Connection
6
NC_IRQ
No Connect ion (reserved for Fan IRQ signal
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Table 24: Fan Control Board Fan Assembly 1 and 2 Connector Pin-Out
Pin
Signal Name
Description
1
P12V
12 Volts to Fan 1
2
GND
Power Supply Ground
3
Fan_Prsnt1_N
Fan Present Signal Fan 1
4
Fan_Fail_1
Fan Fail Signal Fan 1
5
Fan_Tach_1_N
Fan Tach Signal Fan 1
6
FAN_PWM_12_BUF
Fan PWM Signal Fan 1 and Fan 2
7
P12V
12 Volts to Fan 2
8
GND
Power Supply Ground
9
Fan_Prsnt2_N
Fan Present Signal Fan 2
10
Fan_Fail_2
Fan Fail Signal Fan 2
11
Fan_Tach_2_N
Fan Tach Signal Fan 2
12
FAN_PWM_12_BUF
Fan PWM signal Fan 1 and Fan 2
Table 25: Fan Control Board Fan Assembly 3 and 4 Connector Pin-Out
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Signal Name
Description
1
P12V
12 Volts to Fan 3
2
GND
Power Supply Ground
3
Fan_Prsnt3_N
Fan Present Signal Fan 3
4
Fan_Fail_3
Fan Fail Signal Fan 3
5
Fan_Tach_3_N
Fan Tach Signal Fan 3
6
FAN_PWM_34_BUF
Fan PWM signal Fan 3 and Fan 4
7
P12V
12 Volts to Fan 4
8
GND
Power Supply Ground
9
Fan_Prsnt4_N
Fan Present Signal Fan 4
10
Fan_Fail_4
Fan Fail Signal Fan 4
11
Fan_Tach_4_N
Fan Tach Signal Fan 4
12
FAN_PWM_34_BUF
Fan PWM signal Fan 3 and Fan 4
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Table 26: Fan Control Board Fan Assembly 5 and 6 Connector Pin-Out
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Pin
Signal Name
Description
1
P12V
12 Volts to Fan 5
2
GND
Power Supply Ground
3
Fan_Prsnt5_N
Fan Present Signal Fan 5
4
Fan_Fail_5
Fan Fail Signal Fan 5
5
Fan_Tach_5_N
Fan Tach Signal Fan 5
6
FAN_PWM_56_BUF
Fan PWM signal Fan 5 and Fan 6
7
P12V
12 Volts to Fan 6
8
GND
Power Supply Ground
9
Fan_Prsnt6_N
Fan Present Signal Fan 6
10
Fan_Fail_6
Fan Fail Signal Fan 6
11
Fan_Tach_6_N
Fan Tach Signal Fan 6
12
FAN_PWM_56_BUF
Fan PWM signal Fan 5 and Fan 6
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SAS Backplane Board
7.
This chapter describes the features of the Kontron Carrier Grade Server CG2200 SAS backplane
board. The chapter is organized into the following sections:
Section 7.1 Introduction
Section 7.2 SAS Backplane Board Features
Section 7.3 Hard Disk Drive Activity and Fault LEDs
Section 7.4 SAS Backplane Board Power Connectors
Section 7.5 SAS Backplane Card Edge Finger Connector
7.1
Introduction
The CG2200 server contains a single SAS backplane board that provides support for up to six 2.5”
SAS hard disk drives (HDDs). The backplane can optionally connect with a SAS hardware RAID
module using two 36-pin mini-SAS connectors. Each mini-SAS connector/cable supports up to four
SAS HDDs. By default, and when hardware RAID is not used, the two mini-SAS cables are connected
to the server board and a key enabling SAS drive support is installed on the server board.
On the HDD backplane one mini-SAS connector supports HDD0 through HDD3 and the second miniSAS connector supports HDD4 through HDD5. The mini-SAS connectors provide the sideband
signals between the server board or the (optional) RAID controller and the backplane enclosure
management controller on the SAS backplane board. The HSBP SMBus, the HDD activity, and HDD
Fault connections are provided by a 2x5 10-pin connector. A 2x4 8-pin connector provides the power
to the HDD backplane.
Fault and activity LEDs are provided for each of the six HDD positions. Composite fault and activity
LED signals for all six drives are sent to the front panel board to drive the front panel drive
activity/fault LED.
Figure 40 shows the SAS backplane.
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Figure 40: SAS Backplane Board Layout
Item
7.2
Description
A
Hard disk drive LEDs
B
Six hard disk drive connectors
C
Hot Swap Backplane I C connector
D
Mini-SAS 2 connector
E
Mini-SAS 1 connector
F
Power connector
2
SAS Backplane Board Features
The backplane board contains the following features:
•
Connectors for six hot-swappable disk drives
•
Enclosure management using a Cypress CY8C22545 PSoC embedded controller
•
Serial EEPROM location for a FRU device (unused)
•
Control circuitry for driving the disk drive activity and fault LED on the HDD carrier.
•
Control circuitry for driving a composite disk drive fault and activity LED on the FP board
Figure 41 is an overall block diagram of the SAS backplane board, using a SAS hardware RAID
module.
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Figure 41: SAS Backplane Board Block Diagram
There are two main sections:
Power Distribution: The main supply rails are P12V and P5V, which come from the PDB through a
2x4 power connector, as specified in Figure 41. Power is connected directly to all six HDDs.
Enclosure Management: The HDD enclosure management controller coordinates the hard disk drive
fault LED indicators.
Figure 42 shows the physical ordering of the hard disk drives.
Figure 42: Hard Disk Drive Bay Numbering
7.3
Hard Disk Drive Activity and Fault LEDs
The backplane board supports an activity/fault LED for each of the hard drive connections. The LED is
green for activity or amber for a drive fault. The green activity setting is driven by the SAS HDD
directly. The amber fault LED is driven by the enclosure management controller whenever a fault
condition is detected.
NOTE: When drives are used in a RAID configuration, the RAID controller manages the fault LED and
the LED may exhibit different behavior then when the enclosure management controller drives it.
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Table 27: Hard Drive LED Function Definitions
7.4
Status LED
Definition
Green
HDD activity
Amber
HDD fault
SAS Backplane Board Power Connector
There is one power connector on the backplane board that connects to the power distribution board.
The pin definitions and power rating of the P5V, P12V, P3V3 and GND rails coming from the Power
Distribution Board (PDB) through a 2x4 8-pin power connector are shown in Table 28.
Table 28: Backplane Power Connector Pin-Out
7.5
Pin #
Definition
Pin #
Definition
1
P5V
5
P5V
2
P12
6
TP_J11_6
3
P3V3
7
GND
4
GND
8
GND
SAS Backplane Mini-SAS Connector
The main connectors on the backplane connect with either the SAS control module on the baseboard
or a plug-in SAS RAID adapter using industry standard mini-SAS connectors. Table 29 and Table 30
show the pin definitions for the mini-SAS connectors.
Table 29: SAS Backplane Board Mini-SAS Connector 1 Pin-Out
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Pin #
Definition
Pin #
Definition
A1
GND
B1
GND
A2
SAS_TX0_DP
B2
SAS_RX0_DP
A3
SAS_TX0_DN
B3
SAS_RX0_DN
A4
GND
B4
GND
A5
SAS_TX1_DP
B5
SAS_RX1_DP
A6
SAS_TX1_DN
B6
SAS_RX1_DN
A7
GND
B7
GDN
A8
SGPIO_CLK0
B8
TP_SB7
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Pin #
Definition
Pin #
Definition
A9
SGPIO_LOAD0
B9
GND
A10
GND
B10
SGPIO_DOUT0
A11
TP_SB86
B11
SGPIO_DIN0
A12
GND
B12
GND
A13
SAS_TX2_DP
B13
SAS_RX2_DP
A14
SAS_TX2_DN
B14
SAS_RX2_DN
A15
GND
B15
GND
A16
SAS_TX3_DP
B16
SAS_RX3_DP
A17
SAS_TX#_DN
B17
SAS_RX3_DN
A18
GND
B18
GND
Table 30: SAS Backplane Board Mini-SAS Connector 2 Pin-Out
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Pin #
Definition
Pin #
Definition
A1
GND
B1
GND
A2
SAS_TX4_DP
B2
SAS_RX4_DP
A3
SAS_TX4_DN
B3
SAS_RX4_DN
A4
GND
B4
GND
A5
SAS_TX5_DP
B5
SAS_RX5_DP
A6
SAS_TX5_DN
B6
SAS_RX5_DN
A7
GND
B7
GDN
A8
SGPIO_CLK1
B8
TP_SB7
A9
SGPIO_LOAD1
B9
GND
A10
GND
B10
SGPIO_DOUT1
A11
TP_SB6
B11
SGPIO_DIN1
A12
GND
B12
GND
A13
TP_SAS1_A13
B13
TP_SAS1_B13
A14
TP_SAS1_A14
B14
TP_SAS1_B14
A15
GND
B15
GND
A16
TP_SAS1_A16
B16
TP_SAS1_B16
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Definition
Pin #
Definition
A1
GND
B1
GND
A17
TP_SAS1_A17_
B17
TP_SAS1_B17
A18
GND
B18
GND
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8.
Telco Alarms Module (TAM)
This chapter describes the design and external interface of the Kontron Carrier Grade Server CG2200
Telco Alarms Module assembly. The chapter is organized into the following sections:
8.1
Section 8.1
Introduction
Section 8.2
Telco Alarms Module Features
Section 8.3
Telco Alarms Module Connector Specification
Introduction
The CG2200 server Telco Alarms Module (TAM) board provides the connector interface and
supporting logic for the telco alarms function. The TAM board also provides an alarms function with
fault relays and access by cable to the fault relay contacts at the back of the system. A ribbon cable
connects the TAM board to the front panel board.
Figure 43 shows the Telco Alarms Module components.
Figure 43: Telco Alarms Module Layout (Primary Side)
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Item
Description
A
Alarms connector (to rear panel)
B
TAM signal connector (to front panel board)
C
Telco alarm relays
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8.2
Telco Alarms Module Features
The Telco Alarms Module (TAM) provides the logic and relays for controlling the telco alarm LEDs
displayed on the front panel board. Figure 44 is the TAM block diagram
Figure 44: TAM Block Diagram
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Table 31Telco Alarms Fault LEDs
Switch
Function
Critical
The critical alarm LED can be either amber (default) or red (set with a FRUSDR update).
2
This LED is illuminated by the BMC private I C bus, and can only be turned off through
2
BMC private I C control. When continuously lit, this alarm LED indicates the presence of a
“critical system fault”. A critical system fault is a system-detected error or event that has a
fatal impact to the system, which means the system cannot continue to operate. An
example is the loss of a large section of memory, or other corruption, that renders the
system non-operational. The TAM board critical alarm relay is engaged.
Major
The major alarm LED can be either amber (default) or red (set with an FRUSDR update).
2
This LED is illuminated by the BMC private I C bus, and can be turned off via BMC
2
private I C control or alarm connector reset. When continuously lit, this alarm LED
indicates the presence of a “major system fault”. A major system fault is a systemdetected error or event that has discernible impact to system operation, which means the
system can continue to operate, but in a “degraded” fashion (reduced performance or loss
of non-fatal feature reduction). An example is the loss of one of two mirrored disks. The
TAM board major alarm relay is engaged.
Minor
The minor alarm LED is amber. The LED is illuminated by the BMC private I C bus, and
2
can be turned off via BMC private I C control or alarm connector reset. When
continuously lit, this alarm LED indicates the presence of a “minor system fault”. A minor
system fault is a system-detected error or event that has little impact to system operation.
An example is a correctable ECC error. The front panel minor alarm relay is engaged.
Power
The power alarm LED is amber. The LED is illuminated by the BMC private I C bus or
2
the SYS_FLT_LED_L signal, and can only be turned off via BMC private I C control.
When continuously lit, this alarm LED indicates the presence of a “power system fault”.
The TAM board power alarm relay is engaged.
2
2
Telco Alarms Relays
The TAM board contains four relays for power, and critical, major, and minor alarms. The relays are
controlled by the SMBus.
8.3
Telco Alarms Module Connector Specifications
Telco Alarms External Interface Connector
The telco alarms external interface connector connects the TAM board and the alarms port on the
back of the system. The alarms port interface is a standard DB15 connector. Each alarm (major,
minor, critical, and power) is the output of a Single Pole, Double Throw (SPDT) relay contact. A
common contact with normally-open and normally-closed connections is included. The power alarm
has common and normally-open contacts only. Reset circuit contacts are provided for the major and
minor alarms.
Table 32 shows the pin definitions for the 2x8 16-pin alarms external interface connector on the TAM
board.
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Table 32 Telco Alarms External Interface Connector Pin-Out
Pin
Signal Name
Description
1
MINOR_RST_POS
Minor reset positive
2
MINOR_RST_NEG
Minor reset negative
3
MAJOR_RST_POS
Major reset positive
4
MAJOR_RST_NEG
Major reset negative
5
CRITICAL_NO
Critical alarm normally open
6
CRITICAL_NC
Critical alarm normally closed
7
CRITICAL_COMM
Critical alarm common
8
MINOR_NO
Minor alarm normally open
9
MINOR_NC
Minor alarm normally closed
10
MINOR_COMM
Minor alarm common
11
MAJOR_NO
Major alarm normally open
12
MINOR_NC
Major alarm normally closed
13
MAJOR_COMM
Major alarm common
14
PWR_NO
Power alarm normally open
15
PWR_COMM
Power alarm common
16
GND
Ground
Telco Alarms System Interface Connector
The telco alarms system interface connector is a signal ribbon cable used to connect the telco alarms
module (TAM) to the front panel board . Table 33 shows the pin definitions for the 2x6 system
interface connector on the TAM board.
Table 33 Telco Alarms System Interface Connector Pin-Out
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Signal Name
Description
1
TELCO_PWR_LED_N
Telco Power Alarm LED indicator signal
2
TELCO_MIN_LED_N
Telco Minor Alarm LED indicator signal
3
TELCO_MAJ_LED_R_N
Telco Major Alarm Red LED indicator signal
4
TELCO_MAJ_LED_Y_N
Telco Major Alarm Yellow LED indicator signal
5
TELCO_CRIT_LED_R_N
Telco Critical Alarm Red LED indicator signal
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Signal Name
Description
6
TELCO_CRIT_LED_Y_N
Telco Critical Alarm Yellow LED indicator signal
7
TELCO_ALRM_PRST_N
Telco Alarm Module present indicator
8
P5V_STBY
+5V standby power
9
SMB_SEN_3V3SB_CLK
SMBus Clock
10
SMB_SEN_3V3SB_DAT
SMBus Data
11
P3V3_STBY
+3.3V standby power
12
GND
Ground
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9.
PCI Riser Card Assembly
This chapter describes the design and external interface of the Kontron Carrier Grade Server CG2200
PCI riser card assembly. This chapter has the following sections:
9.1
Section 9.1
Introduction
Section 9.2
Riser Card Options
Section 9.3
Riser Card Mechanical Drawings
Introduction
The CG2200 server supports different riser card options depending on which add-in card
configuration option is selected. Riser card(s) are installed in the PCI cage assembly using two
keyhole features and two 6/32 screws for each riser.
9.2
Riser Card Options
The Intel® Server Board S26000CO has two riser slots capable of supporting riser cards on the right
side and left side of the chassis. Baseboard PCIe slot 2 and PCIe slot 5 support the riser boards in the
CG2200 system. Baseboard PCIe slot 2 supports a single slot PCIe X16 riser and a dual slot PCIe X8
riser. These risers are referred to as the “left side’ risers since the boards plug in on the left side of the
chassis as viewed from the front of the server. Baseboard PCIe slot 5 supports a single slot PCIe X16
riser, a dual slot PCIe X8 riser, and a dual PCI-X active riser. These risers are referred to as the “right
side” risers since the boards plug in on the right side of the chassis.
Table 34 identifies the card configurations and the connector types used.
Table 34 Riser Card Configurations
Riser Card Option
Slot Configuration
PCI Express passive riser single slot x16
Right side riser (baseboard slot 5)
Single full-height PCI Express connector
PCI Express passive riser dual slot x8
Right side riser (baseboard slot 5)
Two full height PCI Express x8 connectors
PCI Express/PCI-X active riser
Right side riser (baseboard slot 5)
Two full-height PCI-X 133 connectors
PCI Express passive riser single slot x16
Left side riser (baseboard slot 2)
Single full-height PCI Express connector
PCI Express passive riser dual slot x8
Left side riser (baseboard slot 2)
Two Full height PCI Express x8 connectors
NOTE: The riser plugged into slot 5 can run at PCIe Gen3 speeds.
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Figure 45 shows the five different configuration options.
Figure 45: PCI Add-In Card Options
9.3
Riser Card Installation
Figure 46 shows how the riser cards are installed in the assembly enclosures.
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Figure 46: Adding Riser Cards into the Assemblies
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10.
DC Power Subsystem
This chapter defines the features and functionality of the DC-input switching power supply subsystem.
The information in this chapter is organized as follows:
Section 10.1
Introduction
Section 10.2
DC Power Supply Input Connector and Earth Ground Connection
Section 10.3:
DC Power Supply Input Voltage and Current Requirements
Section 10.4
DC Power Supply Output Connector and Pin Definitions
Section 10.5:
DC Power Supply Output Current Requirements
Section 10.6:
DC Power Supply LED Indicator
Section 10.7
DC Power Supply Air Flow
Section 10.8
DC Power Supply Thermal Protection
10.1 Introduction
The DC power subsystem consists of up to two DC power supply modules, capable of operating in
redundant mode, and a power distribution board (PDB). Although this power supply output can
deliver up to 650W, the estimated maximum system power draw stated on the system rating label
(located on the top cover) is calculated using a theoretical maximum configuration. A typical
maximum configuration will consume much less power.
Features of the DC input power supply subsystem are:
•
650W power module output capability throughout the full DC input voltage range
•
Power Good indication LEDs
•
Predictive fan failure warning
•
Internal cooling fans with multi-speed capability
•
Remote sensing of 3.3V, 5V, and 12 Vdc (on the PDB) outputs
•
DC_OK circuitry for brown-out protection and recovery
•
Built-in load sharing capability
•
Built-in overload protection capability
•
Onboard field replaceable unit (FRU) information
•
PMBus 1.2 interface for server management functions
•
Integral handle for hot-swappable insertion/extraction
Figure 47 shows the DC power supply module.
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Figure 47: DC Power Supply Module Mechanical Drawing
10.2 DC Power Supply Input Connector and Earth Ground Connection
The input connector on the DC power supply is a 4-pin Molex 55757-0420. This connector is rated at
16A/pin. An earth ground pin is not required because the system provides two earth ground studs on
the rear panel of the chassis. Figure 48, the input connector mechanical drawing and table, show the
DC input power connector and pin-out.
Figure 48: DC Power Supply Input Connector
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Pin#
Description
1 +
RTN
2 +
RTN
3 -
–48V
4 -
–48V
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DC Power Supply 48V Input Power Mating Connector
The mating connector for the DC power supply module input connector, a Molex 54927-0420 4-pin
connector shown in Figure 49 provides a -48V input power connection to the system. The input wiring
connections are shown in the table in Figure 48.
Figure 49: DC Power Supply Mating Connector
DC Power Supply Earth Grounding Studs on Chassis
Figure 50 shows how the safety earth grounding wire is attached to the chassis for use with DC power
supplies.
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Figure 50: DC Power Supply Grounding
10.3 DC Power Supply Input Voltage and Current Requirements
The DC power supply input voltage and input current requirements are listed in Error! Reference
source not found.Table 35.
NOTE: The maximum current listed in Table 35 below is the maximum current the system will draw
from the power supply at -48V input voltage.
Table 35: DC Power Supply Input Requirements
DC Input Voltage
Nominal
Minimum
-48Vdc
1
-40Vrms
Rated
-48Vdc to -72Vdc
Maximum
-75Vdc
DC Input Current
Maximum
13A @ -48Vdc
The minimum steady-state DC input voltage at which the equipment remains fully
operational is –40VDC.
1*
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10.4 DC Power Supply Output Connector and Pin Definitions
The DC power supply provides a hot-pluggable output connector that mates to a compatible
connector on the PDB. This is a blind-mating connector that connects the power supply output
voltages and signals.
The power supply provides a reliable protective earth ground on the power supply chassis with all
secondary ground return circuits connected. Resistance of the ground returns to thechassis does not
exceed 1.0 mΩ. This path can be used to carry DC current.
Figure 51: DC Power Supply Output Connector
Table 36: Output Connector Pin-Out
Signal Pins
Position
1
2
3
D
A0
PWOK
+5VSB
C
+12VLS
+15VCC
+12VRS
B
PS ON
SCL
B/P FAIL
A
PS-KILL
SDA
+5VSB
Power Blades
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P2
P3
P4
RTN
RTN
+12V
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Table 37 Output Signal Definitions
Signal
Description
Signal
Description
+12VLS
+12V load share bus
PS-KILL
Supply fast
shutdown/I2Caddress bit1
+5VSB
5V standby output
+15VCC
For B/P use (10mA)
PS ON
Power enable input
SCL
I2C clock signal
B/P* FAIL
B/P fail input & fan speed
control
A0
I2C address bit 0
PWOK
Power output OK
SDA
I2C data signal
+12VRS
12V sense
NOTE: *B/P = Back Plane which is the signal name for the PDB (Power Disribution Board)
10.5 DC Power Supply Output Current Requirements
The DC power supply module provides two outputs; +12V and 5V standby. The combined maximum
output power is 650W. Each output has a maximum and minimum current rating, as shown in Table
38.
Table 38: DC Power Supply 650W Load Ratings
+12V
+5Vsb
+15V
Max Load
52.9A
3.0A
10ma
Min Static Load
2A
0A
NA
12V x 52.9A = 635W max
5V x 3A = 15W max
15V x 10mA = 150mW
Max Output Power
(continuous), see note
Total = 650W
NOTE: At max and peak loads the 12V output voltage is allowed to sag to –4 %(11.52V
10.6 DC Power Supply LED Indicator
The power supply module provides a single external bi-color LED to indicate the status of the power
supply.
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When DC power is applied to the power supply module and standby voltages are available, the LED is
blinking green.
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The LED is green when all the power outputs are available.
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The LED is amber when the power supply module has failed and is shut down because of over-current
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See Table 39 for definitions of the LED conditions.
Table 39: LED Indicators
Power Supply Condition
Bi-Color LED
No DC power to all power supplies
Off
No DC power to this PSU only (for 1+1 configuration)
or
Power supply critical event causing a shutdown: failure, fuse blown
(1+1 only), OCP(12V), OVP(12V), fan failed
Power supply warning events where the power supply continues to
operate: high temp, high power/high current, slow fan.
Amber
1Hz blinking amber
DC present / Only 5Vsb on (PS Off)
1Hz blinking green
Output ON and OK
Green
10.7 DC Power Supply Air Flow
Each power supply has one 40mm fan for self-cooling. The fans provide no less than 10 CFM airflow
through the power supply when installed in the system and operating at maximum fan speed. The
cooling air enters the power module from the PDB side (pre-heated air from the system). Variable fan
speed is based on output load and ambient temperature. Under standby mode, the fans must run at
minimum RPM.
10.8 DC Power Supply Thermal Protection
The power supply subsystem is protected against over-temperature conditions caused by loss of fan
cooling or excessive ambient temperature. In an over-temperature condition the +12V output of the
power supply module shuts down. When the power supply temperature drops to within the specified
limits, the power supply restores power automatically while the 5VSB standby power remains on. The
OTP circuit has built-in hysteresis so the power supply does not oscillate on and off because of a
temperature recovering condition. The OTP trip level has a minimum of 4°C of ambient temperature
hysteresis.
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11.
Power Distribution Board (PDB)
This chapter defines the features and functionality of the power distribution board (PDB), which is
used in conjunction with DC or AC input power supply modules to complete the power subsystem.
The information in this chapter is presented in the following sections:
Section 11.1
Introduction
Section 11.2
PDB Input Connectors
Section 0
PDB Output Load and Voltage Regulation Requirements
Section 0
PDB Protection Circuits
Section 11.5
PDB PMBus Requirements
Section 11.6
PDB Output Harness
11.1 Introduction
The PDB provides power to the system via an output harness which connects to various places on the
baseboard, fan control board, and the HDD backplane board. AC or DC power supply modules blind
mate into the PDB. +12V is generated by the PSUs and passed through the PDB which then
provides one 240VA limited +12V power rail a second full power +12V rail. The PDB DC-to-DC
converters generate +3.3VDC, +5VDC and -12V outputs from the AC or DC PSU +12V output.
Protection circuitry for the PDB-generated outputs is provided. The AC or DC PSUs provide +12V
protection circuitry. The PDB includes a FRU EEPROM. Figure 52 shows the mechanical details of
the power distribution board.
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Figure 52: Power Distribution Board Mechanical Drawing
11.2 PDB Input Connectors
The power distribution board (PDB) has two female input connectors that mate to male output
connectors located on the power supply modules. The connector mechanical drawing, pinout tables,
and input signal descriptions are shown in Figure 53 and Table 40.
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Figure 53: PDB Input Connector
Table 40. PDB Input Connector Pin-Out
Signal Pins
Position
1
2
3
D
A0
PWOK
+5VSB
C
+12VLS
+15VCC
+12VRS
B
PS ON
SCL
B/P FAIL
A
PS-KILL
SDA
+5VSB
Power Blades
P1
P2
P3
P4
RTN
RTN
+12V
+12V
Table 41. Input Signal Definitions
Signal
Description
Signal
Description
12VLS
+12V load share bus
PS-KILL
Supply fast shutdown/I2C
address bit1
5VSB
5V standby output
+15VCC
For B/P use (10mA)
PSON
Power enable input
SCL
I2C clock signal
B/P* FAIL
B/P fail input and fan speed
control
A0
I2C address bit 0
PWOK
Power output OK
SDA
I2C data signal
+12VRS
12V sense
NOTE: *B/P = Back Plane which is the signal name for the PDB (Power Disribution Board)
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11.3 PDB Output Load and Voltage Regulation Requirements
Table 42 defines the total loading, power, and voltage regulation requirements for the PDB and 1+1
redundant PSUs.
The output voltages must stay within the voltage limits, including peak-peak ripple and noise, as
specified in the table below when operating at steady state and dynamic loading conditions. All
outputs are measured with reference to the return remote sense signal (ReturnS). The 3.3V and 5V
outputs are measured at the remote sense point and all other voltages are measured at the output
interface connector.
Table 42: PDB and PSU Output Requirements
Output Voltage Rails
+12V1
+12V2
+5V
+3.3V
-12V
5VSB
MAX Load / Rail
41.3A
3A
10.5A
13.5A
0.5A
3A
MIN Static Load
0.5A
05A
1.0A
0A
0A
0A
495.6W
36W
52.5W
44.55W
6W
15W
Max Output Power / Rail
Total Watts
649.65W
Voltage Regulation +/-%
+/-3%
+/-3%
+/-5%
+/-5%
+/-5%
+/-5%
Voltage Regulation +/- V
12.36V
11.64V
120mVp-p
12.36V
11.64V
120mVp-p
5.25V
4.75V
50mVp-p
3.47
3.14
50mVp-p
12.6V
11.4V
120mVp-p
5.25V
4.75V
50mVp-p
Max Ripple / Noise
NOTE: The 3.3V + 5V combined power limit is 140W maximum
11.4 PDB Protection Circuits
Protection circuits inside the power distribution board and power supply can cause either 1) the power
supply main +12V output to shut down, which in turn shuts down the PDB outputs, or 2) first shuts
down any of the three outputs on the PDB, which in turn also shuts down the entire power supply
subsystem. If the power supply latches off because of a protection circuit tripping, an AC or DC cycle
OFF for 15 seconds minimum and a PSON# cycle HIGH for one second resets the power supply and
the PDB.
11.5 PDB PMBus Requirements
The PDB meets the requirements of PMBus specifications parts I and II, revision 1.2. The AC and DC
PSUs meet PMBus revision 1.1.
The following related documents give more detailed information about PMBus requirements:
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PMBus™ Power System Management Protocol Specification Part I – General Requirements, Transport
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PMBus™ Power System Management Protocol Specification Part II – Command Language; Revision
1.2
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System Management Bus (SMBus) Specification Version 2.0
11.6 PDB Output Harness
The PDB output harness is defined in Section 3.2, “Cable and System Interconnections”.
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12.
AC Power Subsystem
This chapter covers the AC power supply system in the following sections:
Section 12.1
Introduction
Section 12.2
AC Power Supply Input Connector, Voltage and Current Requirements
Section 12.3
AC Power Supply Output Connector, Voltage and Current Requirements
Section 12.4
AC Power Supply LED Indicator
Section 12.5
AC Power Supply Air Flow
Section 12.6
AC Power Supply Thermal Protection
The power supply provides a hot-pluggable connector that mates to a compatible connector on the
PDB. This is a blind mating connector that connects the power supply output voltages and signals.
The power supply provides a reliable protective earth ground with the power supply’s chassis with all
secondary ground return circuits connected. Resistance of the ground returns to chassis does not
exceed 1.0 mΩ. This path can be used to carry DC current.
12.1 Introduction
The AC power subsystem has up to two redundant AC power supply modules and a power
distribution board (PDB). Although this power supply output can deliver up to 650W, the estimated
maximum system power draw stated on the system rating label (located on the top cover) is
calculated using a theoretical maximum configuration. A typical maximum configuration will consume
much less power.
The AC input power supply subsystem has the following features:
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650W module output capability in full AC input voltage range
•
650W subsystem output capability in full AC input voltage range
•
Power Good indication LEDs
•
Predictive failure warning
•
Internal cooling fans with multi-speed capability
•
Remote sense of 3.3V, 5V, and 12 Vdc outputs
•
AC_OK circuitry for brown out protection and recovery
•
Brown out protection and recovery
•
Built-in overloading protection capability
•
Onboard field replaceable unit (FRU) information
•
PMBus interface for server management functions
•
Integral handle for insertion/extraction
The power supply module, which is shown in Figure 54, contains one 40mm fan. The module has a
handle for inserting and extracting it without using tools.
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Figure 54: AC Power Supply Module Mechanical Drawing
12.2 AC Power Supply Input Connector and Voltage/Current Requirements
The AC power supply input connector is an IEC320 C14 standard AC inlet connector. The AC power
supply input voltage and current requirements are listed in Table 43.
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Table 43. AC Input Rating
Line Voltage
Nominal110Vrms
Minimum
90Vrms
Rated
100-127 Vrms
Maximum
140Vrms
Nominal 220Vrms
Minimum
180Vrms
Rated
200-240 Vrms
Maximum
264Vrms
Start-up Voltage
88Vrms +/-4Vrms
Power-Off Voltage
75Vrms +/-5Vrms
Line Current
Maximum
6A @ 100Vrms / 3
A @200Vrms
Frequency
Minimum
47 Hz
Rated
50/60 Hz
Maximum
63 Hz
12.3 AC Power Supply Output Connector, Voltage, and Current Requirements
The AC power supply provides a hot-pluggable output connector that mates with a compatible
connector on the PDB. This is a blind-mating connector that connects the power supply output
voltages and signals.
The power supply provides a reliable protective earth ground on the power supply chassis with all
secondary ground return circuits connected. Resistance of the ground returns to chassis does not
exceed 1.0 mΩ. This path can be used to carry DC current.
Figure 55: AC Power Supply Module Output Connector
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Table 44: AC Output Connector Pin-Out
Signal Pins
Position
1
2
3
D
A0
PWOK
+5VSB
C
+12VLS
+15VCC
+12VRS
B
PS ON
SCL
B/P FAIL
A
PS-KILL
SDA
+5VSB
Power Blades
P1
P2
P3
P4
RTN
RTN
+12V
+12V
Table 45: Output Signal Definitions
Signal
Description
Signal
Description
+12VLS
+12V load share bus
PS-KILL
Supply fast
shutdown/I2Caddress bit1
+5VSB
5V standby output
+15VCC
For B/P use (10mA)
PS ON
Power enable input
SCL
I2C clock signal
B/P* FAIL
B/P fail input & fan speed
control
A0
I2C address bit 0
PWOK
Power output OK
SDA
I2C data signal
+12VRS
12V sense
NOTE: *B/P = Back Plane which is the signal name for the PDB (Power Disribution Board)
The power supply module provides three main outputs; +12V, -12V, and 5V standby, along with the
15VBIAS voltage. D2D converters located in the PDB provide the 3.3V and 5V rails from the 12V
provided by the power supply module.
The combined maximum output power of all outputs is 650W (680W peak). Each output has a
maximum and minimum current rating as shown in Table 46.
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Table 46. AC Power Supply 650W Load Ratings
+12V
+5Vsb
+15V
Maximum Load
52.9A
3.0A
0. 10mA
Minimum Static Load
0.5A
0.0A
N/A
12V x 52.9A =
635W max
5V x 3A = 15W
max
15V x .10mA =
150mW
Maximum Output Power (Continuous),
See Note 1
Total = 650W
NOTE: At max load the 12V output voltage is allowed to sag to –4%, which is 11.52V
12.4
AC Power Supply LED Indicator
The power supply module provides a single external bi-color LED to indicate the status of the power
supply.
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When AC is applied to the power supply module and standby voltages are available, the LED is blinking
green.
•
The LED is green when all power outputs are available.
•
The LED is amber when the power supply has failed and is shut down because of over- current or overtemperature.
See Table 47 for definitions of the LED conditions.
Table 47: LED Indicator Status Conditions
Power Supply Condition
Bi-color LED
No AC power to all power supplies
Off
No AC power to this PSU only (for 1+1 configuration)
or
Power supply critical event causing a shutdown:
failure, fuse blown (1+1 only), OCP(12V), OVP(12V), fan failed
Power supply warning events where the power supply continues
to operate: high temperature, high power/high current, slow fan.
Amber
1Hz blinking amber
AC present / only 5Vsb on (PS Off)
1Hz blinking green
Output on and OK
Green
12.5 AC Power Supply Air Flow
Each power supply has one 40mm fan for self-cooling. The fans provide no less than 10 CFM airflow
through the power supply when installed in the system and operating at maximum fan speed. The
cooling air enters the power module from the PDB side (pre-heated air from the system). Variable fan
speed is based on output load and ambient temperature. Under standby mode, the fans must run
minimum the RPM.
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12.6 AC Power Supply Thermal Protection
The power supply subsystem is protected against over-temperature conditions caused by loss of fan
cooling or excessive ambient temperature. In an over-temperature condition the +12V output of the
power supply module shuts down. When the power supply temperature drops to within the specified
limits, the power supply restores power automatically while the 5VSB standby power remains on. The
OTP circuit has built-in hysteresis so the power supply does not oscillate on and off because of a
temperature recovering condition. The OTP trip level has a minimum of 4°C of ambient temperature
hysteresis.
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13.
POST Error Reporting
The system BIOS sends error messages a few different ways:
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Beep codes
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Diagnostic LED codes
•
POST error codes
•
SEL error codes
Before video initialization, beep codes are sent to indicate serious errors. Most such errors cause fatal
halts to the system. Diagnostic LED codes may also be sent with these beep codes.
During the POST sequence, the system displays POST process codes in the diagnostic LEDs to
show where in the POST process the system is. These codes are useful for debugging if a halt occurs
in the POST process.
Later in the POST sequence, the system displays POST error codes on the video monitor and the
error managert display. POST error codes are also automatically logged in the System Event Log.
For detailed information, including definitions of all codes and messages, please see the Intel®
S2600CO Server Board Technical Product Specification on the Kontron website.
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14.
Regulatory Specifications
The Kontron CG2200 Carrier Grade Server meets the specifications and regulations for safety and
EMC defined in this chapter.
14.1 Safety Compliance
USA/Canada
Europe
International
UL 60950-1 2
nd
Edition//CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-07 2
nd
Edition
Low Voltage Directive, 2006/95/EC
Safety Directive, 2001/95/EC
nd
CB Certificate and Report to IEC60950-1, 2 Edition and all international deviations
14.2 Electromagnetic Compatibility
USA
Canada
Europe
Australia/New Zealand
Japan
Taiwan
Korea
Russia
International
FCC 47 CFR Parts 15, Verified Class A Limit
ICES-003 Class A Limit
EMC Directive, 2004/108/EC
EN55022, Class A Limit, Radiated & Conducted Emissions
EN55024 Immunity Characteristics for ITE
EN61000-4-2 ESD Immunity
EN61000-4-3 Radiated Immunity
EN61000-4-4 Electrical Fast Transient
EN61000-4-5 Surge
EN61000-4-6 Conducted RF
EN61000-4-8 Power Frequency Magnetic Fields
EN61000-4-11 Voltage Fluctuations and Short Interrupts
EN61000-3-2 Harmonic Currents
EN61000-3-3 Voltage Flicker
EN55022, Class A Limit
VCCI Class A ITE (CISPR 22, Class A Limit)
BSMI Approval, CNS 13438, Class A and CNS13436 Safety
KCC Approval, Class A
Gost Approval (EMC and safety)
CISPR 22, Class A Limit, CISPR 24 Immunity
14.3 CE Mark
The CE marking on this product indicates that it is in compliance with the European Union EMC
Directive 2004/108/EC, Safety Directive 2001/95/EC, Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC, and RoHS
(recast) Directive 2011/65/EU.
14.4 NEBS Compliance
The CG2200 Carrier Grade Server system with DC input is compliant with the NEBS Level 3 criteria
and the system with AC input is compliant with NEBS Level 1 criteria from the following NEBS
specifications:
• NEBS GR-63-CORE, Issue 4 — Physical Protection
• NEBS GR-1089-CORE, Issue 6 — Electromagnetic Compatibility and Electrical Safety
• ETSI Standards Compliance (DC Input Only)
The CG2200 Carrier Grade Server system with DC input is compliant with the following ETSI
specifications:
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ETSI EN 300 386 — EMC requirements for Telecom Equip.
ETS 300-019-2-1 — Storage Tests, Class T1.2
ETS 300-019-2-2 — Transportation Tests, Class T2.3
ETS 300-019-2-3 — Operational Tests, Class T3.1E
ETS 753 — Acoustic Noise
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Appendix A: Glossary
This appendix contains acronyms and terms used in the preceding chapters.
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Term
Definition
A, Amp
Ampere
A/µs
Amps per microsecond
AC
Alternating current
ACPI
Advanced Configuration and Power Interface
ANSI
American National Standards Institute
APIC
Advanced Programmable Interrupt Controller
ASIC
Application specific integrated circuit
AWG
American wire gauge
BIOS
Basic input/output system
BMC
Bus management controller
Bridge
Circuitry that connects one computer bus to another
Byte
8-bit quantity
C
Centigrade
CE
Community European (EU mark)
CFM
Cubic feet per minute
CISPR
International Special Committee on Radio Interference
CSA
Canadian Standards Organization
CTS
Clear to send
DAT
Digital audio tape
dB
Decibel
dBA
Acoustic decibel
B
Acoustic Bel
DC
Direct current
DC/DC
DC to DC (converter); also termed D2D
DIMM
Dual inline memory module
DMI
Desktop management interface
DOS
Disk operating system
DRAM
Dynamic random access memory
DSR
Data set ready
DTR
Data terminal ready
DWORD
Double word – 32-bit quantity
ECC
Error checking and correcting
EEPROM
Electrically erasable programmable read-only memory
EFP
Ethernet Front Panel
EMC
Electromagnetic compatibility
EMI
Electromagnetic interference
EMP
Emergency management port
EN
European Standard (Norme Européenne or Europäische Norm)
EPS
External product specification
ESCD
Extended system configuration data
ESD
Electrostatic discharge
ESR
Equivalent series resistance
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Definition
F
Fahrenheit
FCC
Federal Communications Commission
FFC
Flexible flat connector
Flash ROM
EEPROM
FPC
Front panel controller
FRB
Fault resilient booting
FRU
Field replaceable unit
G
Acceleration in gravity units, 1G = 980665 m/s2
Gb, Gbit
Gigabit
GB, Gbyte
Gigabyte – 1024 MB
GND
Ground
GPIO
General purpose input/output
Grms
Root mean square of acceleration in gravity units
GUI
Graphical user interface
HDD
Hard disk drive
HPIB
Hot-plug indicator board
HSC
Hot-swap controller
Hz
Hertz – 1 cycle/second
I/O
Input/output
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I C*
Inter-integrated circuit bus
ICMB
Intelligent Chassis Management Bus
IDE
Integrated drive electronics
IEC
International Electrotechnical Commission
IEEE
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
IFLASH
Utility to update flash EEPROM
IMB
Intelligent management bus
IPMB
Intelligent Platform Management Bus
IPMI
Intelligent Platform Management Initiative
IRQ
Interrupt request line
ITE
Information technology equipment
ITP
In-target probe
JAE
Japan Aviation Electronics
KB, Kbyte
Kilobyte – 1024 bytes
kV
Kilovolt – 1,000 volts
L2
Second-level cache
LAN
Local Area Network
LED
Light-Emitting Diode
LVDS
Low Voltage Differential SCSI
mA
Milliamp
MB, Mbyte
Megabyte – 1024 KB
MEC
Memory expansion card
mm
Millimeter
MPS
Multiprocessor specification
MTTR
Mean time to repair
m
Milliohm
NEMKO
Norges Elektriske Materiellkontroll (Norwegian Board of Testing
and Approval of Electrical Equipment)
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Definition
NIC
Network interface card, or
Network Interface Controller, or
Network Interface Controller port
NMI
Non-maskable interrupt
NWPA
NetWare* Peripheral Architecture
ODI
Open data-link interface
OEM
Original equipment manufacturer
OPROM
Option ROM (expansion BIOS for a peripheral)
OS
Operating system
OTP
Over-temperature protection
OVP
Over-voltage protection
PC-100
Collection of specifications for 100 MHz memory modules
PCB
Printed circuit board
PCI
Peripheral component interconnect
PHP
PCI hot-plug
PID
Programmable interrupt device
PIRQ
PCI interrupt request line
PMM
POST memory manager
PnP
Plug and play
POST
Power-On Self Test
PSU
Power Supply Unit
PVC
Polyvinyl chloride
PWM
Pulse Width Modulation
RAS
Reliability, Availability, and Serviceability
RIA
Ring indicator
RPM
Revolutions Per Minute
RTS
Request To Send
SAF-TE
SCSI Accessed Fault-Tolerant Enclosures
SCA
Single Connector Attachment
SCL
Serial clock
SCSI
Small Computer Systems Interface
SDR
Sensor Data Records
SDRAM
Synchronous Dynamic RAM
SEC
Single Edge Connector
SEL
System Event Log
SELV
Safety Extra Low Voltage
SEMKO
Sverge Elektriske Materiellkontroll (Swedish Board of Testing
and Approval of Electrical Equipment)
FP
(SAS) Front Panel
SGRAM
Synchronous Graphics RAM
SM
Server Management
SMBIOS
System Management BIOS
SMBus
Subset of I C bus/protocol (developed by Intel), System
Management Bus
SMI
System Management Interrupt
SMM
Server Management Mode
SMP
Symmetric multiprocessing
SMRAM
System Management RAM
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Term
Definition
SMS
Server Management Software
SPD
Serial Presence Detect
SSI
Server System Infrastructure
TUV
Technischer Uberwachungs-Verein (A safety testing laboratory
with headquarters in Germany)
UL
Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.
USB
Universal Serial Bus
UV
Under-Voltage
V
Volt
VA
Volt-amps (volts multiplied by amps)
Vac
Volts alternating current
VCCI
Voluntary Control Council for Interference
Vdc
Volts direct current
VDE
Verband Deutscher Electrotechniker (German Institute of
Electrical Engineers)
VGA
Video Graphics Array
VRM
Voltage Regulator Module
VSB
Voltage standby
W
Watt
WfM
Wired for Management
Word
A 16-bit quantity
Ω
Ohm
μf
Microfarad
μs
Microsecond
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