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Dfi GM341-GHF Installation Guide Manual
GM341-GHF Installation Guide
Package Contents
• One GM341-GHF system unit
• Demonstration kit:
- I/O board
- Five I/O cables (red, blue, green, yellow, and orange)
- A USB cable (type-A connector to type B-connector)
- Gaming software package
Note:
The software package that came with the system contains application and code samples
to implement gaming software for the system.
DFI reserves the right to change the specifications at any time prior to the product's release. For the
latest revision and details of the installation process, please refer to the user's manual.
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1
Ports and Connectors
DP 0
DP 1
4-pin DC-in
DP 2
LAN 1 LAN 2
DP 3
COM 4/5 RS232
(Tx/Rx/12V/-12V/GND)
COM 3 RS232
(Tx/Rx/GND) or ccTalk
COM 2 (RS232)
COM 1
(RS232/RS422/RS485)
Speaker
5.1 ch audio
Door 1~6
Digital inputs/outputs
(from top to down):
iButton
Door 7
Digital input 1~16
Digital input 17~32
Digital output 1~16
Digital output 17~32
2
Connecting the I/O Board
The system supports 32 digital inputs and outputs. The I/O board that came with
the package can be connected to the system to test the digital input and output
function. Please observe the following guidelines and follow the procedure to connect the I/O board.
1. Make sure the system and all other peripheral devices connected to it have
been powered off.
2. Disconnect all power cords and cables.
3. Connect one end of the USB cable (type-A connector) to the system and the
other end of the USB cable (type-B connector) to the I/O board.
4. Connect the I/O board to the system's intrusion detection connector (labeled
door 1~6) using the red cable.
5. Connect the I/O board to the system's DIO port (labeled DO: 17~32) using
the blue cable.
6. Connect the I/O board to the system's DIO port (labeled DO: 1~16) using the
green cable.
7.
Connect the I/O board to the system's DIO port (labeled DI: 17~32) using the
yellow cable.
8. Connect the I/O board to the system's DIO port (labeled DI: 1~16) using the
orange cable.
Orange DI: 1~16
Yellow DI: 17~32
Green DO: 1~16
Blue DO: 17~32
Red: Door 1~6
The tact buttons on the I/O board can be used to invoke a door intrusion event
or set the high/low level of a digital I/O port. You can also use the demonstration
application to alter a digital I/O port's level. For more information, please refer to
the software application guide.
3
Powering on the System and Connecting the Display
To power on the system, simply connect the 4-pin power cable to the system and
the system will be automatically powered on. If you want to use a power or a
reset switch (tact button), they are located on the system board as shown in the
following picture.
To connect the display, use a DisplayPort cable to connect one of the DP ports to a
display device.
4-pin DC-in
Power LED
HDD LED
Power Button
Reset Button
DP 0
DP 1
DP 2
DP 3
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4
Board Layout and Jumper Settings
Power LED
HDD LED
LAN 1
LAN 2
1
3
2
4
DC_in
System Fan
1
L
or
Power Button
Reset Button
3
1
COM 3
10
6
5
1
COM 4/5
1
6
1
2
AMD
SATA 2
DP 2
LPC
4
1
5
1
SATA 3.0
DP 1
RyzenTM
V1000Series/
R1000Series
USB 2.0_4
1
4
1
4
1
COM 1
SATA 3.0
USB 2.0_2
1
6
DC_out
5V/2A
DP 3
USB 2.0_3
1
4
1
20
USB 2.0_1
11
10
USB 3.0_2
20
3
1
4
2
7
1
1
S/PDIF
1
5
4
8
Intrusion
Door 1~6
1
1
Clear COMS (JP1)
10
1
DO 17~32
6
Intrusion
Door 8
BAT 3
1
1
4
DO 1~16
18
9
12
BAT 2
FPGA Program (J12)
10
9
1
1
18
5.1CH
MCU Program (J15)
1
DI 17~32
Speaker
SPI
Flash
11
10
CPU Fan
SATA 1
1
DI 1~16
4
1
5
DDR4_2 SODIMM
4
DDR4_1 SODIMM
COM 2
DP 0
6
M.2 M Key (2280/2242)
Only for V1000 CPU
BAT 1
1
iButton Intrusion
Door7
Clear CMOS Data
Normal (default)
Clear CMOS Data
1
4
USB 3.0_1
JP1
1-2 On
2-3 On
FPGA Programming Mode
F.W. update programmable
Protective mode
MCU Programming Mode
F.W. update programmable
Protective mode
5
J15
1-2 On
None
J12
1-2 On
None
Connector Pin Assignment
COM 1: RS232/RS422/RS485
COM 2: RS232
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9
Pins
RS232
RS232
RS485
1
DCD
TX-
DATA-
2
RXD
TX+
DATA+
3
TXD
RX+
NC
4
DTR
RX-
NC
5
GND
GND
GND
6
DSR
N.C
NC
7
RTS
N.C
NC
8
CTS
N.C
NC
9
RI
N.C
NC
6
COM 3: RS232
(Tx/Rx/GND/ccTalk)
COM 4/5: RS232
(Tx/Rx/͟+12V/GND)
Pins
Pin Assignment
Pins
Pin Assignment
1
COM3 RS232-TX
1
COM4 RS232-TX
2
COM3 RS232-RX
2
COM4 RS232-RX
3
GND
3
+12V power out
4
+12V power out
4
-12V power out
5
ccTalk
5
GND
6
GND
6
COM5 RS232-TX
7
COM5 RS232-RX
8
+12V power out
9
-12V power out
10
GND
DC-out
Pins
Pin Assignment
1
+5V DC power out
2
GND
5.1ch Audio
4-pin Speaker
Pins
Pin Assignment
Pins
Pin
Assignment
Pins
Pin Assignment
1
SPK-R
1
LINEOUT-L
7
LINEOUT-R
2
SPK-L
2
GND
8
GND
3
GND
3
CENOUT-L
9
LFEOUT-R
4
GND
4
GND
10
GND
5
SIDEOUT-L
11
SIDEOUT-R
6
GND
12
GND
S/PDIF
Pins
Pin Assignment
1
+5V
2
NC
3
SPOUT
4
GND
5
SPIN
DC-in
7
Pins
Pin
Assignment
Pins
Pin
Assignment
1
GND 1
3
12V2
2
GND 2
4
12V1
Intrusion Door 1~6
Pins
Pin Assignment
Pins
Pin Assignment
1
Door 1
5
Door 5
2
Door 2
6
Door 6
3
Door 3
7
GND
4
Door 4
8
GND
Digital Input 1~16/17~32
Pins
Pin Assignment
Pins
Pin Assignment
1
DI 1 / DI 17
11
DI 11 / DI 27
2
DI 2 / DI 18
12
DI 12 / DI 28
3
DI 3 / DI 19
13
DI 13 / DI 29
4
DI 4 / DI 20
14
DI 14 / DI 30
5
DI 5 / DI 21
15
DI 15 / DI 31
6
DI 6 / DI 22
16
DI 16 / DI 32
7
DI 7 / DI 23
17
GND
8
DI 8 / DI 24
18
GND
9
DI 9 / DI 25
19
GND
10
DI 10 / DI 26
20
GND
Digital Output 1~16/17~32
Pins
Pin Assignment
Pins
Pin Assignment
1
DO 1 / DO 17
11
DO 10 / DO 26
2
DO 2 /DO 18
12
DO 11 / DO 27
3
DO 3 / DO 19
13
DO 12 / DO 28
4
DO 4 / DO 20
14
DO 13 / DO 29
5
DO 5 / DO 21
15
DO 14 / DO 30
6
DO 6 / DO 22
16
DO 15 / DO 31
7
DO 7 / DO 23
17
DO 16 / DO 32
8
DO 8 / DO 24
18
GND
9
DO 9 / DO 25
19
GND
8
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