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Dfi VC653-BT Installation Guide Manual
VC653-SU/BT Installation Guide
Package Contents
• 1 VC653-SU/BT system unit
• 6 Mounting screws for Mini PCIe module
• 1 Quick Installation Guide
• 1 Disk includes:
- Drivers / Manual
Note:
The CD that came with the system contains an autorun screen to install drivers, utilities,
and software applications required to enhance the performance of the system and a user's
manual for your reference. Insert the CD into a CD-ROM drive. The autorun screen will
appear. If after inserting the CD, “Autorun” did not automatically start, please go directly to
the root directory of the CD and double-click “Setup”. Please install all required drivers.
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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Panel
Line-out
Reset USB 3.0
Status USB 2.0
HDD
Mic-in
Front View
SATA 0
SATA 1
PoE LAN
Driver
Switch
COM 2 (RS232 with power)
COM 1 (RS232 with power)
Rear View
DC-in Power
VCC/IGN/GND
Smart LAN 1
Display
DP++
Vehicle IO
Power Management Switch
Notes on Power Management Settings:
1.
2.
3.
12V/24V: battery type selection. This in-vehicle system has built-in low-voltage protection (i.e.
the system will not power on if the car battery's voltage is below a specific setting in the BIOS
(9~11.5V; default: 10V for 12V battery and 21V to 23.5V; default: 21V for 24V battery).
IGN Mode: The system powers on via the ignition control with settings of power-on (default:
10 sec and power-off delay (default: 60 sec) in the BIOS, plus OS protection time (180 sec) to
ensure that the system will carry on power-on or power-off procedure completely even if the
ignition status is reverted during this time.
The Driver Switch can be enabled or disabled in the BIOS to give the driver the option of
turning on or turning off the system with ignition control alone or a on/off switch when the ignition mode is on. And if the ignition mode is off, you can only turn on or off the system with
the Driver Switch.
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Installing a SATA Drive
The SATA drive tray can be easily accessed without opening the system. Note that
the VC653-SU supports two SATA 3.0 drives with RAID 0/1 configuration whereas
the VC653-BT supports two SATA 2.0 drives.
1. Locate the drive bay on the front panel and open it by releasing the drive bay
handle gently.
SATA drive bay handle
2. Insert the SATA HDD with the connectors facing toward the system and label
side upward. Then close the drive bay. The drive bay handle cannot close gently
if the SATA HDD is not inserted correctly; please do not force insertion.
SATA data connector
SATA power connector
3. Secure SATA installation by locking the drive bay handle. To lock it, turn the
slotted screw hole clockwise with a straight screwdriver.
Slotted screw hole
Lock the handle
3
Removing the Chassis Cover
Please observe the following guidelines and follow the procedure to open the system.
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. The 9 mounting screws on the sides of the system are used to secure the cover to the chassis. Remove these screws and then put them in a safe place for
later use.
4. After removing the mounting screws, lift the top cover to open the system. The
Mini PCIe and M.2 slots are readily accessible.
Mini PCIe 3
Mini PCIe 1
M.2
Mini PCIe 2
U-Blox NEO-M8N GPS module
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Installing a SODIMM
The system supports one DDR3L SODIMM socket. To install a memory module,
grasp the memory module by its edges and align the module’s notch with the
socket’s notch; then insert the memory into the socket at an angle and push it
down until you feel a click.
Insert the memory
at an angle
SODIMM module
installed into
the socket
Note:
The VC653-SU and VC653-BT system can accommodate two DDR3L SODIMM up to 16GB
and up to 8GB respectively with dual-channel configuration.
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Installing a Mini PCIe Card
The system board is equipped with 3 Mini PCIe slots: two full-size and one halfsize slots. Here we will demonstrate the installation of a full-size Mini PCIe (Mini
PCIe 2) card.
1. Grasp the Mini PCIe card by its edges and align the notch in the connector of
the PCIe card with the notch in the connector on the system board.
Install the card
at an angle
SIM Slot 1
SIM Slot 2
2. Push the Mini PCIe card down and use the provided mounting screws to secure the card on the system board.
Mini PCIe 2
Mounting screw
Note:
The system also has one additional full-size Mini PCIe (Mini PCIe 1 working in conjunction with SIM slot 1) and one half-size Mini PCIe (Mini PCIe 3) slots that provide PCIe and
USB signals. In addition, the system has an inbuilt u-blox NEO-M8N GNSS module.
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Installing a SIM Card
The SIM card socket can be accessed without opening the chassis. It is located on
the front panel.
1. Remove the thumbscrew to open the slot.
SIM Card Slot
Thumbscrew
2. Insert the SIM card into the slot. Please place the card with the IC facing up
and the angled corner facing toward the socket so that is will be in contact
with the system board.
Note:
Make sure that the SIM card is inserted completely into the socket; you should feel a force
of the spring that locks the card in place. To release the card, push it inward to unlock it.
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Installing an M.2 Card
The system board is equipped with one M.2 Type 2280 connector (M Key) that
supports PCIe NVMe modules up to PCIe Gen 2.0 x4 bandwidth.
To install an M.2 card, insert the bottom edge of the M.2 card into the
connector, and then secure the card to the system board with the provided
mounting screw.
Install the card
at an angle
Mounting screw
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Connectors and Signals
The system is equipped with 2 COM ports that enable serial communication. The
COM 1 and COM 2 ports can be switched between typical RS232 or RS232 with
power on its pin NO.9 (12V). The 20-Pin Smart Display connector provides 12V/2A
power and other signals for display and audio devices. The Vehicle I/O connector
provides 8-bit isolated GPIO, one isolated SAE J1708, two isolated UART and two
isolated CAN bus ports.
COM 2 (RS232 with power)
COM 1 (RS232 with power)
Vehicle IO
Smart Display
COM 1/COM 2 (RS232 with power)
DCD
RXD
TXD
DTR
GND
Vehicle I/O Connector
9
1
67 8 9
26
19
DSR
RTS
CTS
RI
(or +12V)
1 234 5
Smart Display Connector
PIN
Function
PIN
Function
1
DIO0
14
RS232_RXD2
(COMx)
1
10
2
DIO2
15
RS232_TXD2
(COMx)
11
20
3
DIO5
16
GND
PIN
Function
PIN
Function
4
GND
17
CAN2_L
1
USB_N
11
USB_P
5
18
CAN2_H
2
USB GND
12
USB VCC output
RS232_RXD1
(COMx)
3
VGA_AGND
13
VGA_R
6
RS232_TXD1
(COMx)
19
DIO4
4
VGA_G
14
VGA_B
7
GND
20
DIO7
5
VGA_HS
15
VGA_VS
8
CAN1_H
21
GND
6
VGA_DDCCLK
16
VGA_DDCDAT
9
CAN1_L
22
5V
7
VGA_AGND
17
Audio GND
10
DIO1
23
5V
8
Audio_L
18
Audio_R
11
DIO3
24
GND
9
VCC12 GND
19
+12VDC output
12
DIO6
25
J1708_H
10
VCC12 GND
20
+12VDC output
13
GND
26
J1708_L
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Board Layout and Jumper Settings
LAN
21
SW2
DP 1
Vehicle
IO
Smart Display
1
J13
1
2 1
JP3
SW1
1
1
JP4
2
1
LPC
DC-IN
ON
JP2
1
Buzzer
14
13
1
JP18
JP21
Connector to PoE board
A1
A110
COM Express Connector
Mini PCIe 3
B1
B110
C1
C110
JP17
1
D1
1
1
SATA 1
SATA 0
1
M.2 M Key (2280)
1
SATA 3.0
COM Express Connector
D110
USB 3_1/2
1
20 10
1
2
9
10
Mini PCIe 1
USB 2_8/9
JP14
1
3
CI
CI
USB 2_10/11
12
JP8
Mic-in
Line-out
2
2 1
6
1
6 5
2 1
5
6 5
6
Reset
JP5
JP6
JP16 JP13
2
1
USB 3_0
COM 4
12
1
JP1
1
1
USB 2_5
USB 2_4
LED
9 10
COM 3
JP7
1
5
LED
10
9
Mini PCIe 2
2
1
1
2
5
9 10 JP12
1
6
JP9 5
6
2
1
6
5
JP11
2 1
6 JP10
SIM 1
Clear CMOS Data
JP1
ublox
NEO-M8N-0-01
2
5
SIM 2
RS232/Power Select: COM 1 (JP3), COM 2 (JP4)
Normal (default)
1-2 On
RS232 default (RI)
2-3 On
Clear CMOS Data
2-3 On
RS232 with power (12V)
1-2 On
USB 2.0_4/5
Power Select
JP13
USB 3.0_0
Power Select
JP16
USB 2.0_2/3 Power Select
(provided by Smart Display port)
JP2
+5V (default)
1-2 On
+5V (default)
1-2 On
+5V (default)
1-2 On
+5VSB
2-3 On
+5VSB
2-3 On
+5VSB
2-3 On
CAN Bus Port Terminal Resistor Switch
CAN1 Loopback enabled/disabled: SW1-1
SW1
On: CAN1_L connects to CAN1_H (on)
Off: CAN1_L does not connect to CAN1_H (off)
CAN2 Loopback enabled/disabled: SW1-2
On: CAN2_L connects to CAN2_H (on),
Off: CAN2_L does not connect to CAN2_H (off)
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