TK-8000 User Manual v.001 E

TK-8000

Intel Pentium M Based

Fanless

Embedded Controller with IP52 Protection

User Manual

Rev. 002 E

September 2014

The product described in this manual is compliant to all related CE standards.

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Product Title: TK-8000

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Manual version: 002 E

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AEC7450 Manual 1st Ed.

Copyright © 2014 Fastwel Co. Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Rev. Index

001

Brief Description of Changes

Initial version

Contact Information

Address:

Fastwel Co. Ltd

108 Profsoyuznaya st.,

Moscow 117437,

Russian Federation

+7 (495) 232-1681

+7 (495) 232-1654 [email protected]

http://www.fastwel.com/

Board Index

TK-8000

Date of Issue

November 2009

Fastwel Corporation US

45 Main Street, Suite 319

Brooklyn, New York 11201

USA

+1 (718) 554-3686

+1 (718) 797-0600

Toll free: +1 (877) 787-8443 (1-877-RURUGGED)

TK-8000

Table of Contents

Table of Contents ..................................................................................................................................................... 1

List of Tables ............................................................................................................................................................ 2

List of Figures .......................................................................................................................................................... 3

Notation Conventions ............................................................................................................................................... 4

General Safety Precautions ..................................................................................................................................... 5

Unpacking, Inspection and Handling ........................................................................................................................ 6

Three Year Warranty ............................................................................................................................................... 7

1 Introduction ............................................................................................................................................ 8

1.1

Overview ....................................................................................................................................................... 8

1.2

TK-8000 Versions ....................................................................................................................................... 10

1.3

Delivery Checklist ....................................................................................................................................... 11

1.4

System Diagrams ....................................................................................................................................... 11

1.4.1

Module Appearance ................................................................................................................... 12

1.4.2

Dimensions and Layout Diagrams ............................................................................................. 13

1.5

Technical Specifications ............................................................................................................................. 15

1.5.1

Processor, Memory and Chipset ................................................................................................ 15

1.5.2

Interfaces ................................................................................................................................... 15

1.5.3

Monitoring and Control............................................................................................................... 17

1.5.4

Other .......................................................................................................................................... 17

1.5.5

Software ..................................................................................................................................... 18

2 Interfaces and Connectors ................................................................................................................. 19

2.1

PC/104 and PC/104-Plus Interfaces ........................................................................................................... 19

2.2

Graphics Controller ..................................................................................................................................... 23

2.2.1

DVM Technology ....................................................................................................................... 23

2.2.2

Supported Resolutions............................................................................................................... 24

2.2.3

VGA CRT Interface and Connector ........................................................................................... 24

2.3

Audio Interface............................................................................................................................................ 25

2.4

Serial Interfaces .......................................................................................................................................... 25

2.5

USB Interfaces ............................................................................................................................................ 26

2.6

Parallel Port Interface ................................................................................................................................. 27

2.7

Gigabit Ethernet .......................................................................................................................................... 27

2.8

EIDE Interface ............................................................................................................................................ 28

2.9

SerialATA Interface ..................................................................................................................................... 30

2.10

CompactFlash Socket ................................................................................................................................. 30

2.11

Power Supply.............................................................................................................................................. 32

2.12

Soft Power and Reset Connectors .............................................................................................................. 32

2.13

LED Indicators ............................................................................................................................................ 33

2.13.1

D7 Red LED Control .................................................................................................................. 33

2.13.2

D7 Green and D8 Green LEDs Control...................................................................................... 34

3 Installation and Setup ......................................................................................................................... 35

3.1

Safety Regulations ...................................................................................................................................... 35

3.2

Hardware Installation .................................................................................................................................. 36

3.2.1

USB Devices Connection ........................................................................................................... 36

3.2.2

CompactFlash Cards Installation ............................................................................................... 37

3.2.3

Battery Replacement ................................................................................................................. 37

3.2.4

PC/104 and PC/104-Plus Expansion Module Installation .......................................................... 38

3.2.4.1

PC/104-Plus Voltage Selection ................................................................................. 38

3.2.5

HDD or SSD Installation ............................................................................................................ 39

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3.2.6

Wall-Mount Kit Installation ......................................................................................................... 39

3.3

Drivers Installation ...................................................................................................................................... 39

3.3.1

Windows XP .............................................................................................................................. 40

3.3.2

Linux 2.4 .................................................................................................................................... 41

3.4

Watchdog Timer ......................................................................................................................................... 42

3.4.1

Access to Watchdog Registers .................................................................................................. 42

3.4.2

Configuration Mode ................................................................................................................... 42

3.4.3

Watchdog Timer Programming .................................................................................................. 43

3.4.4

Global Configuration Registers .................................................................................................. 44

3.4.5

Logical Devices Configuration Registers ................................................................................... 44

3.4.6

Watchdog Timer Registers (Logical Device 1) ........................................................................... 45

4

Phoenix® BIOS Setup ......................................................................................................................... 46

4.1

Main Menu .................................................................................................................................................. 46

4.2

Advanced Menu .......................................................................................................................................... 49

4.3

Intel Menu ................................................................................................................................................... 50

4.4

Security Menu ............................................................................................................................................. 50

4.5

Boot Menu .................................................................................................................................................. 51

4.5.1

Boot Details ............................................................................................................................... 52

4.5.1.1

Booting without a Monitor, Keyboard or Mouse ........................................................ 52

4.5.1.2

Booting from USB ..................................................................................................... 52

4.6

Custom Menu ............................................................................................................................................. 53

4.7

Exit Menu .................................................................................................................................................... 54

Table 2-1:

Table 2-2:

Table 2-3:

Table 2-4:

Table 2-5:

Table 2-6:

Table 2-7:

Table 2-8:

Table 2-9:

Table 2-10:

Table 2-11:

Table 2-12:

Table 2-13:

Table 2-14:

Table 2-15:

Table 2-16:

Table 3-1:

List of Tables

PC/104 J11 (Rows A and B) Connector Contacts Designation ....................................................... 20

PC/104 J11 (Rows C and D) Connector Contacts Designation ....................................................... 21

PCI-104 J4 Connector Contacts Designation .................................................................................. 22

Supported Display Modes ............................................................................................................... 24

VGA Connector Pinout .................................................................................................................... 24

Functions of the Serial Port Interfaces............................................................................................. 25

Serial Port Connectors: COM1 and COM2 Pinouts ......................................................................... 26

Serial Port Connectors: COM3 and COM4 Pinouts ......................................................................... 26

USB Connectors Pinout ................................................................................................................... 26

D-Sub LPT Connector Pinout .......................................................................................................... 27

Gigabit Ethernet Connectors Pinouts .............................................................................................. 28

Standard EIDE HDD Connector (J9) Pinout .................................................................................... 29

SATA Connectors (J7, J8) Pinout .................................................................................................... 30

CompactFlash Socket (J23) Pinout ................................................................................................. 31

Power Supply Connector Pinout ...................................................................................................... 32

Rear Panel LEDs ............................................................................................................................. 33

Drivers Location .............................................................................................................................. 39

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List of Figures

Figure 1-1:

Figure 1-2:

Figure 1-3:

Figure 1-4:

Figure 2-1:

Figure 2-2:

Figure 2-3:

Figure 2-4:

Figure 2-5:

Figure 2-6:

Figure 2-7:

Figure 2-8:

Figure 2-9:

Figure 2-10:

Figure 2-11:

Figure 2-12:

Figure 3-1:

Figure 3-2:

TK-8000 Appearance: Rear and Front Views .................................................................................. 12

TK-8000 Top View: Dimensions ...................................................................................................... 13

TK-8000 Front Panel: Dimensions and Layout ................................................................................ 14

TK-8000 Rear Panel: Layout ........................................................................................................... 14

PC/104 J11 Connector Contacts Layout ......................................................................................... 19

PCI-104 J4 Connector Contacts Layout .......................................................................................... 22

PC/104-Plus VIO Selector J3 Positions ........................................................................................... 23

D-Sub VGA-CRT Connector ............................................................................................................ 24

D-Sub Serial Connectors ................................................................................................................. 25

USB Connectors .............................................................................................................................. 26

D-Sub LPT Connector ..................................................................................................................... 27

Gigabit Ethernet Connectors ........................................................................................................... 27

IDE HDD On-Board Connector ........................................................................................................ 28

SATA Connector ............................................................................................................................. 30

CompactFlash Slot Cover ................................................................................................................ 30

External Power Supply Connector ................................................................................................... 32

Disassembled TK-8000 ................................................................................................................... 36

PC/104-Plus VIO Selector J3 Positions ........................................................................................... 38

All information in this document is provided for reference only, with no warranty of its suitability for any specific purpose. This information has been thoroughly checked and is believed to be entirely reliable and consistent with the product that it describes. However, Fastwel accepts no responsibility for inaccuracies, omissions or their consequences, as well as liability arising from the use or application of any product or example described in this document.

Fastwel Co. Ltd. reserves the right to change, modify, and improve this document or the products described in it, at Fastwel's discretion without further notice. Software described in this document is provided on an “as is” basis without warranty. Fastwel assumes no liability for consequential or incidental damages originated by the use of this software.

This document contains information, which is property of Fastwel Co. Ltd. It is not allowed to reproduce it or transmit by any means, to translate the document or to convert it to any electronic form in full or in parts without antecedent written approval of Fastwel Co. Ltd. or one of its officially authorized agents.

Fastwel and Fastwel logo are trademarks owned by Fastwel Co. Ltd., Moscow, Russian Federation. Ethernet is a registered trademark of Xerox Corporation. IEEE is a registered trademark of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. Intel is a trademark of Intel Corporation. Pentium M and Celeron M are trademarks of Intel

Corporation. Microsoft is a trademark of the Microsoft corporation. PC/104 and the PC/104 logo are trademarks of the PC/104 Consortium. In addition, this document may include names, company logos and trademarks, which are registered trademarks and, therefore, are property of their respective owners.

Fastwel welcomes suggestions, remarks and proposals regarding the form and the content of this Manual.

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Notation Conventions

Warning, ESD Sensitive Device!

This symbol draws your attention to the information related to electro static sensitivity of your product and its components. To keep product safety and operability it is necessary to handle it with care and follow the ESD safety directions.

Warning!

This sign marks warnings about hot surfaces. The surface of the heatsink and some components can get very hot during operation. Take due care when handling, avoid touching hot surfaces!

Caution: Electric Shock!

This symbol warns about danger of electrical shock (> 60 V) when touching products or parts of them. Failure to observe the indicated precautions and directions may expose your life to danger and may lead to damage to your product.

Warning!

Information marked by this symbol is essential for human and equipment safety.

Read this information attentively, be watchful.

Note...

This symbol and title marks important information to be read attentively for your own benefit.

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General Safety Precautions

This product was developed for fault-free operation. Its design provides conformance to all related safety requirements. However, the life of this product can be seriously shortened by improper handling and incorrect operation. That is why it is necessary to follow general safety and operational instructions below.

Warning!

Only sufficiently skilled personnel must handle this product.

Warning!

When handling this product, special care must be taken not to hit the heatsink (if installed) against another rigid object. Also, be careful not to drop the product, since this may cause damage to sensitive components.

Please, keep in mind that any physical damage to this product is not covered under warranty.

Note:

This product is guaranteed to operate within the published temperature ranges and relevant conditions. However, prolonged operation near the maximum temperature is not recommended by

Fastwel or by electronic chip manufacturers due to thermal stress related failure mechanisms. These mechanisms are common to all silicon devices, they can reduce the MTBF of the product by increasing the failure probability. Prolonged operation at the lower limits of the temperature ranges has no limitations.

Caution, Electric Shock!

Before installing this product into a system and before installing other devices on it, always ensure that your mains power is switched off.

Always disconnect external power supply cables during all handling and maintenance operations with this product to avoid serious danger of electrical shock.

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Unpacking, Inspection and Handling

Please read the manual carefully before unpacking the product, disassembling the chassis, or mounting devices inside your system. Keep in mind the following:

ESD Sensitive Device!

Electronic modules and their components are sensitive to static electricity. Even a non-perceptible by human being static discharge can be sufficient to destroy or degrade a component's operation!

Therefore, all handling operations and inspections of this product must be performed with due care, in order to keep product integrity and operability:

Preferably, unpack or pack, assemble or disassemble this product only at EOS/ESD safe workplaces. Otherwise, it is important to be electrically discharged before touching the electronic modules. This can be done by touching a metal part of your system case with your hand or tool. It is particularly important to observe anti-static precautions when setting jumpers or replacing components.

If the product contains batteries for RTC or memory back-up, ensure that the module is not placed on conductive surfaces, including anti-static mats or sponges. This can cause shortcircuit and result in damage to the battery and other components.

Store this product in its protective packaging while it is not used for operational purposes.

Unpacking

The product is carefully packed in a carton box to protect it against possible damage and harmful influence during shipping. Unpack the product indoors only at a temperatu re not less than +15°C and relative humidity not more than 70%. Please note, that if the product was exposed to the temperatures below 0°С for a long time, it is necessary to keep it at normal conditions for at least

24 hours before unpacking. Do not keep the product close to a heat source.

Following ESD precautions, carefully take the product out of the shipping carton box. Proper handling of the product is critical to ensure correct operation and long-term reliability. When unpacking the product, and whenever handling it thereafter, be sure to hold electronic modules preferably by the front panel, card edges or ejector handles. Avoid touching the components and connectors.

Retain all original packaging at least until the warranty period is over. You may need it for shipments or for storage of the product.

Initial Inspection

Although the product is carefully packaged, it is still possible that shipping damages may occur.

Careful inspection of the shipping carton can reveal evidence of damage or rough handling. Should you notice that the package is damaged, please notify the shipping service and the manufacturer as soon as possible. Retain the damaged packing material for inspection.

After unpacking the product, you should inspect it for visible damage that could have occurred during shipping or unpacking. If damage is observed (usually in the form of bent component leads or loose socketed components), contact Fastwel's official distributor from which you have purchased the product for additional instructions. Depending on the severity of the damage, the product may even need to be returned to the factory for repair. DO NOT apply power to the product if it has visible damage. Doing so may cause further, possibly irreparable damage, as well as result in a fire or electric shock hazard.

If the product contains socketed components, they should be inspected to make sure they are seated fully in their sockets.

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Handling

In performing all necessary installation and application operations, please follow only the instructions supplied by the present manual.

In order to keep Fastwel’s warranty, you must not change or modify this product in any way, other than specifically approved by Fastwel or described in this manual.

Technical characteristics of the systems in which this product is installed, such as operating temperature ranges and power supply parameters, should conform to the requirements stated by this document.

Retain all the original packaging, you will need it to pack the product for shipping in warranty cases or for safe storage. Please, pack the product for transportation in the way it was packed by the supplier.

When handling the product, please, remember that electronic modules, their components and connectors require delicate care. Always keep in mind the ESD sensitivity of the product.

Three Year Warranty

Fastwel Co. Ltd. (Fastwel), warrants that its standard hardware products will be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service for the currently established warranty period. Fas twel’s only responsibility under this warranty is, at its option, to replace or repair any defective component part of such products free of charge.

Fastwel neither assumes nor authorizes any other liability in connection with the sale, installation or use of its products. Fastwel shall have no liability for direct or consequential damages of any kind arising out of sale, delay in delivery, installation, or use of its products.

If a product should fail through Fastwel's fault during the warranty period, it will be repaired free of charge. For out of warranty repairs, the customer will be invoiced for repair charges at current standard labor and materials rates.

Warranty period for Fastwel products is 36 months since the date of purchase.

The warranty set forth above does not extend to and shall not apply to:

1. Products, including software, which have been repaired or altered by other than

Fastwel personnel, unless Buyer has properly altered or repaired the products in accordance with procedures previously approved in writing by Fastwel.

2. Products, which have been subject to power supply reversal, misuse, neglect, accident, or improper installation.

Returning a product for repair

1. Apply to Fastwel company or to any of the Fastwel's official representatives for the

Product Return Authorization.

2. Attach a failure inspection report with a product to be returned in the form, accepted by customer, with a description of the failure circumstances and symptoms.

3. Carefully package the product in the antistatic bag, in which the product had been supplied. Failure to package in antistatic material will VOID all warranties. Then package the product in a safe container for shipping.

4. The customer pays for shipping the product to Fastwel or to an official Fastwel representative or dealer.

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Introduction TK-8000

1 Introduction

1.1 Overview

The product described in this Manual is Fastwel TK-8000, a highly integrated fanless industrial computer with IP52 protection designed to work in harsh environment either as human-operated or unattended system at remote location. Data acquisition and processing, industrial automation, transport as well as security are among the major application areas of Fastwel TK-8000.

Having inside Pentium M 1.8 GHz CPU with 2 MB L2 cache, 1 GB DDR SDRAM with ECC and embedded Graphics Engine with VGA output up to 2048

×[email protected] Hz, Fastwel TK-8000 is capable to perform major computing and visualization tasks in industrial applications within extended temperature range from

–40°C to +70°C.

Modern board architecture and robust mechanical design ensure capability of Fastwel TK-8000 to withstand up to 50G shock, up to 5G vibration and up to 95% humidity level without operability loss. All electronic components including CPU, SDRAM memory, and 32 MB flash memory are soldered on board. TK-8000 is equipped with conduction cooling system for effective heat sinking from CPU and other critical components to the all-metal chassis.

Two Gigabit Ethernet channels provide Fastwel TK-8000 with high speed communication links important for fast data exchange with server or storage facility, for working in Remote Desktops operation mode or any other bandwidth-hungry applications. Two RS232 ports, two RS485 ports, four USB 2.0 ports and one multi-mode parallel port provide connectivity to peripheral devices.

Audio interface is available via three audio jacks. The system can be expanded using one PC/104 or PC/104-Plus module installed on the processor module inside the system chassis; however, this may require the front panel design changes.

Fastwel TK-8000 can be ordered with CF or SSD installed having either IDE or SATA interfaces.

BIOS of Fastwel TK-8000 can be configured for booting from onboard flash, CF storage or via LAN and USB. TK-8000 supports wide range of real time (QNX, WinCE) and non-real time (Windows

XP/XP Embedded and Linux) operating systems. Fastwel TK-8000 requires external 9-30V DC power supply.

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Some of the TK-8000 features are:

Durable wallmount aluminum alloy housing with IP52 protection

Wide operating temperature range

Fanless design with

Intel® Pentium® M 1.8 GHz processor

Up to 2 MB L2 on-die cache running at CPU speed

400 MHz processor system bus

82855GME GMCH and 6300ESB (Hance Rapid) ICH chipset

1 GB of soldered PC2700 DDR SDRAM memory with ECC

PC/104 or PC/104-Plus expansion capability

Integrated high performance VGA controller

2D/3D accelerator

Video memory up to 64 MB shared with system

Analog display support with resolutions of up to 2048

1536 pixels at 16 bits and 75 Hz

Two Gigabit Ethernet interfaces (via PCI-X bus): 10Base-T, 100Base-TX, and 1000Base-T

Space for one EIDE or SerialATA

2.5” disk drive inside the housing

Internal CompactFlash Type I/II socket (true IDE mode)

Four serial ports on the front and rear panels

High speed NS16C550 compatible

COM1 and COM2

– RS-232 (rear panel)

COM3 and COM4

– RS-485 (front panel)

Four USB 2.0 ports

Audio: AC97 codec LM4550

Line In stereo

Line Out stereo

Microphone input

Parallel port: SPP/ECP/EPP compatible

Hardware monitor: voltages and temperature monitoring, system control functions (LM87)

Programmable watchdog timer

Additional counters and timers integrated in the ICH

Real-time clock with Li battery

One 1 MB on-board FWH for BIOS storage

DC 9~30V input with Phoenix connector, optional external AC input power adapter

Phoenix® BIOS

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1.2 TK-8000 Versions

At the present time, the TK-8000 system is offered in flexible configuration. The options include different processors, the size of soldered system memory, and other options described in this section. Other configuration options are available upon request.

The customer can choose necessary configuration options using the following template:

1

2

3

4 5

1 Basic product name:

ТК-8000-02

2 Processor:

C1.0

P1.4

P1.8

Celeron M 1.0 GHz, ULV, 400 MHz FSB

Pentium M 1.4 GHz, LV, 400 MHz FSB

Pentium M 1.8 GHz, 400 MHz FSB

3 Soldered system memory:

RAM512

RAM1024

512 MB soldered DDR SDRAM

1024 MB soldered DDR SDRAM

4 Other options:

CompactFlash card options (\CF####)

Option Volume

\CF1024

\CF2G

\CF4G

1024 MB, industrial

2 GB, industrial

4 GB, industrial

\CF8G 8 GB, industrial

\CF16G 16 GB, industrial

2.5” disk drive installed

\HDDxx

Hard disk drive 2.5”, xx GB

\SSDxx Solid state d isk 2.5“, xx GB

Operating system

\XPP Windows XP Pro

\XPE

\LNX

\WCE

\QNX

Windows XP Embedded

Linux 2.4.20, 2.6.11

Windows CE

QNX 6.0, 4.25

External power supply

\ACDC External AC/DC power supply unit

Example:

TK-8000-02

– P1.8 – RAM1024 \CF2G \HDD120 \XPE

BoxPC, Pentium M, DDR, FFD 32 MB, SVGA, LVDS, 2x Gigabit Ethernet

Pentium M 1.8 GHz, 400 MHz FSB

1024 MB soldered DDR SDRAM

2 GB CompactFlash card

Hard disk drive 2.5”, 120 GB

Windows XP Embedded

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1.3 Delivery Checklist

Before you begin operating your PC, please make sure that the following materials are enclosed:

1. TK-8000 embedded controller

2. One Phoenix power connector

3. Two wallmount brackets

4. Adaptor for mounting a HDD/SSD

5. Screw package

6. CD-ROM with documentation and service software

7. Protective caps set for all front and rear panel connectors (installed on TK-8000)

8. Consumer package

Note:

Keep the original package at least until the warranty period is over.

It can be used for future storage or warranty shipments.

1.4 System Diagrams

The diagrams in this section give visual information about the TK-8000 system design, its appearance, and connectors. The diagrams may not reflect insignificant differences between the revisions of TK-8000.

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1.4.1

Figure 1-1:

Module Appearance

TK-8000 Appearance: Rear and Front Views

TK-8000

The appearance may vary for different versions of the system due to continuous improvement and development efforts.

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1.4.2

Figure 1-2:

Dimensions and Layout Diagrams

TK-8000 Top View: Dimensions

TK-8000

4.50

212.00

222.00

238.00

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Figure 1-3: TK-8000 Front Panel: Dimensions and Layout

COM3 COM4

PWR

The layout may slightly vary for different versions of the computer.

Figure 1-4: TK-8000 Rear Panel: Layout

LAN1 LAN2

COM1

PWR USB USB COM2

HDD

VGA

Parallel

Mic-In

Line-In

The layout may slightly vary for different versions of the computer.

TK-8000

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1.5 Technical Specifications

1.5.1 Processor, Memory and Chipset

CPU

Memory

TK-8000 is equipped with one of the following Intel® processors:

Pentium® M

Up to 1.8 GHz

Up to 2 MB L2 on-die cache

400 MHz PSB

Supports SpeedStep® III for low power mode

Low Voltage Pentium® M

Up to 1.4 GHz

Up to 2 MB L2 on-die cache

400 MHz PSB

Supports SpeedStep® III for low power mode

Ultra Low Voltage Celeron® M

Up to 1.0 GHz

Up to 512 KB L2 on-die cache

400 MHz PSB

Main system memory:

Up to 1 GB of soldered DDR SDRAM memory, ECC support

Memory frequency: 333 MHz (PC2700)

Flash memory:

1 MB flash memory Firmware Hub (a part of the chipset)

One 256 byte EEPROM for storing CMOS data when operating without battery

30 KB FRAM memory for emergency storage of vital user data

1.5.2 Interfaces

PC/104 and PC/104-Plus Interfaces

16-bit, 8.33 MHz ISA bus

32-bit, 33 MHz PCI bus; 3.3V / 5.0V compatible;

PCI bus mastering devices are supported

Gigabit Ethernet

Two 10/100/1000 MB/s Gigabit Ethernet interfaces based on

Intel 82546GB dual port Ethernet PCI-X bus controller

Two RJ45 rear panel connectors

Automatic mode recognition

Automatic cabling configuration recognition

Cabling requirement: Category 5, UTP, four-pair cabling

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Serial ports

COM1 and COM2: RS-232, two 9-pin D-sub rear panel connectors; limited functionality (see subsection 2.3.4 for details)

COM3 and COM4: RS-485 or TTL level UART interface; 16C550 compatible UART; two 9-pin D-sub front panel connectors;

USB Interface

Four USB 2.0 Type A sockets at rear panel

Support for UHCI and EHCI

Parallel port

Multi-

Mode™ parallel port

Standard Mode IBM PC/XT, PC/AT, and PS/2 compatible bidirectional parallel port

SPP/ECP/EPP compatible

Available at rear panel via DB-25 connector

VGA CRT Interface

Video controller integrated in 855GME

Built-in Intel 2D/3D graphics accelerator

Supports analog display resolutions of up to 2048 x 1536, 16 bit at 75 Hz

HW motion compensation for software MPEG2 and MPEG4 decoding

Video memory up to 96 MB shared with system

15-pin D-sub VGA rear panel connector

Keyboard and Mouse

Keyboard and mouse connection via USB connector

Audio Interface

AC'97 2.3 compatible controller

Three standard 3.5 mm coaxial rear panel connectors: Line-In, Line-Out, Mic-In

Mass Storage

Optional internal 2.5” SSD or HDD with Serial ATA or IDE interfaces

Fastwel Flash Disk

(FFD)

32 MB soldered NAND flash disk (up to 1 GB as an option)

CompactFlash:

CompactFlash Type I/II internal socket (true IDE mode)

CompactFlash 4.1 specification supported

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1.5.3 Monitoring and Control

Thermal Management

CPU overtemperature protection is provided by:

Internal processor temperature control unit initiates CPU shut down

Processor frequency control conforms to ACPI specification

Processor die temperature monitor can report processor temperature to the user program

Custom designed heat sinking system

Temperature Monitor

LM87 hardware monitor for supervision of the on-die CPU temperature and the board surface temperature

Watchdog Timers

FPGA based programmable watchdog timer

Programmable watchdog timer integrated in 6300ESB ICH

LEDs

Four LEDs are located on the rear panel:

D7 GP Green LED: Power

D7 GP Red LED: FPGA Xilinx controlled

D8 GP Green LED: Super I/O controlled

D8 GP Red LED: Storage device activity indicator

Gigabit Ethernet status (1 and 2, optional):

Line: yellow: Line connected

Act: green: Network activity

1.5.4 Other

Mechanical

Aluminum alloy chassis, wall mounting

Dimensions: with wall-mount brackets: 238 mm × 209 × 82.4 mm

(9.4

" × 6.5" × 3.2") without brackets:

212 mm × 209 mm × 64.4 mm

(8.3" × 6.5" × 2.5")

see Dimensions Diagram

Net weight: 3.3 kg (7.28 lb)

Gross weight: 4 kg (8.82 lb)

Power Supply

Battery

DC input: 9 ... 30 V

Optional external AC/DC power adaptor, AC input: 100 ... 240 V

Power on/off switch at front panel

3.0 V lithium battery for RTC in a battery holder on the processor module; use PANASONIC BR2032 or compatible

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Temperature Ranges

Operating: -

40°C ... +70°C (CF or SSD)

Storage: -

55°C ... +85°C

Shock

50G peak acceleration, 11 ms (CF or SSD)

Vibration

5G RMS, 50…500 Hz (CF or SSD)

Humidity

RH 5% to 90%, non-condensing

EMC

CE/FCC Class A

1.5.5 Software

BIOS

Enhanced Phoenix® flash-based BIOS

Reserved CMOS memory

LAN, USB, Multi boot and Quick boot support

ACPI 3.0

Software enable/disable function for the Ethernet and COM port configuration

Plug&Play capability

Supported Operating Systems

Fastwel DOS

Microsoft® Windows® CE5.0/XP/XPE

Linux® 2.4.20, 2.6.11

QNX®

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2 Interfaces and Connectors

TK-8000 is based on the Fastwel CPC800-02 processor module. For information on the features and detailed specifications of this processor module, please refer to the CPC800-02 User Manual.

2.1 PC/104 and PC/104-Plus Interfaces

PC/104 and PCI-104 connectors are located on the processor module of TK-8000. One PC/104 or

PC/104-Plus expansion module can be installed on the processor module inside the system chassis; however, this may require the front panel design changes.

PC/104 Connector

The PC/104 interface accepts an 8- or 16-bit PC/104 expansion modules. The PC/104 bus uses a

104pin 0.10” (2.54 mm) pitch header located on the top side of the processor module. This interface header will carry all of the appropriate 8 MHz ISA bus signals.

The contact configuration of PC/104 header is shown in Figure 2-1. Two tables below give the designation of this header contacts.

Figure 2-1: PC/104 J11 Connector Contacts Layout

B1

A1

C0

D0

C19

D19

B32

A32

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Pin #

A23

A24

A25

A26

A27

A28

A29

A15

A16

A17

A18

A19

A20

A21

A22

A30

A31

A32

A8

A9

A10

A11

A12

A13

A14

A1

A2

A3

A4

A5

A6

A7

Table 2-1:

Signal

SA8

SA7

SA6

SA5

SA4

SA3

SA2

SA16

SA15

SA14

SA13

SA12

SA11

SA10

SA9

SA1

SA0

GND

/IOCHK

SD7

SD6

SD5

SD4

SD3

SD2

SD1

SD0

IOCHRDY

AEN

SA19

SA18

SA17

PC/104 J11 (Rows A and B) Connector Contacts Designation

In/Out

Out

Out

Out

Out

Out

Out

Out

Out

Out

Out

Out

Out

Out

Out

Out

Out

Out

Ground

In/Out

In/Out

In

Out

Out

Out

Out

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

Pin #

B23

B24

B25

B26

B27

B28

B29

B15

B16

B17

B18

B19

B20

B21

B22

B30

B31

B32

B8

B9

B10

B11

B12

B13

B14

B1

B2

B3

B4

B5

B6

B7

Signal

/DACK3

DRQ3

/DACK1

DRQ1

/REFRESH

SYSCLK

IRQ7

IRQ6

IRQ5

IRQ4

IRQ3

/DACK2

TC

BALE

+5V

OSC

GND

GND

GND

RESETDRV

+5V

IRQ9

-5V

DRQ2

-12V

/ENDXFR

+12V

KEY

/SMEMW

/SMEMR

/IOW

/IOR

In/Out

In

In

In

Out

Out

Out

Power

Out

Out

In

In

Out

In

Out

In

Out

Ground

Ground

In

Power

Out

Out

Out

Out

Ground

Out

Power

In

In

Power

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C7

C8

C9

C10

C11

C12

C13

C0

C1

C2

C3

C4

C5

C6

C14

C15

C16

C17

C18

C19

Table 2-2: PC/104 J11 (Rows C and D) Connector Contacts Designation

Signal

SD11

SD12

SD13

SD14

SD15

KEY

GND

/SBHE

LA23

LA22

LA21

LA20

LA19

LA18

LA17

/MEMR

/MEMW

SD8

SD9

SD10

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

Out

Out

Out

Out

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

Ground

Out

Out

Out

Out

Out

Out

Pin #

D7

D8

D9

D10

D11

D12

D13

D0

D1

D2

D3

D4

D5

D6

D14

D15

D16

D17

D18

D19

Signal

GND

/MEMCS16

/IOCS16

IRQ10

IRQ11

IRQ12

IRQ13

IRQ14

/DACK0

DRQ0

/DACK5

DRQ5

/DACK6

DRQ6

/DACK7

DRQ7

+5V

/MASTER

GND

GND

Note:

In the tables above:

"

–" - Not used;

"Power" - The power is supplied to the module installed in a stack

In/Out column shows the data transfer direction for a processor module being the bus master.

In/Out

In

Out

In

Out

In

Out

In

In

In

In

Ground

In

In

In

Out

In

Power

In

Ground

Ground

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PCI-104 Connector

PCI-104 connector is a 120-pin (30x4) 2 mm pitch header located on the top of the processor module. This interface header carries all of the appropriate 32-bit 33 MHz PCI signals.

Figure 2-2: PCI-104 J4 Connector Contacts Layout

Table 2-3:

Pin

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

27

28

29

9

10

11

12

5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

30

PCI-104 J4 Connector Contacts Designation

A

/FRAME

GND

AD18

AD21

+3.3V

IDSEL0

AD24

GND

AD29

+5V

/REQ0

GND

/GNT1

+5V

GND/5.0V_KEY2

VI/O

AD05

/C/BE0

GND

AD11

AD14

+3.3V

/SERR

GND

/STOP

+3.3V

CLK2

GND

+12V

-12V

B

GND

AD16

+3.3V

AD20

AD23

GND

/C/BE3

AD26

+5V

AD30

GND

/REQ2

VI/O

CLK0

Reserved

AD02

GND

AD07

AD09

VI/O

AD13

/C/BE1

GND

/PERR

+3.3V

/TRDY

+5V

/INTD

/INTA

Reserved

C

/IRDY

+3.3V

AD17

GND

AD22

IDSEL1

VI/O

AD25

AD28

GND

/REQ1

+5V

/GNT2

GND

+5

AD01

AD04

GND

AD08

AD10

GND

AD15

Reserved

+3.3V

/LOCK

GND

CLK3

+5V

/INTB

Reserved

D

+3.3V

/C/BE2

GND

AD19

+3.3V

IDSEL2

IDSEL3

GND

AD27

AD31

VI/O

/GNT0

GND

CLK1

AD00

+5V

AD03

AD06

GND

M66EN

AD12

+3.3V

PAR

Reserved

GND

/DEVSEL

GND

/RST

/INTC

GND/3.3V_KEY

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The PC/104-Plus VIO selector (J3) is located on the top side of the processor module next to the

PCI-104 header and allows to set the voltage supplied to PCI interface I/O buffers. It is a standard

3-pin

(2.54” pitch) header. Figure below presents explanation of its jumper positions.

Figure 2-3: PC/104-Plus VIO Selector J3 Positions

1 2 3

The jumper should be removed only if the module is powered via

J4 connector from a PC/104-Plus power supply module. In case the processor module receives power through J1 power connector, the jumper must be installed in one of the two positions, described below.

Contacts 1-2 closed, +5 V power is supplied to PCI interface

I/O buffers

1 2 3

Contacts 2-3 closed, +3.3 V is supplied.

1 2 3

2.2 Graphics Controller

The 855GME chipset of the processor module includes a highly integrated graphics accelerator delivering high performance 2D and 3D video capabilities. The graphics controller provides interface to a standard analog monitor via the VGA connector on TK-8000 rear panel.

Integrated 2D/3D graphics features:

Resolutions up to 1600

1200 at 100 Hz, 1920

1440 at 85 Hz and 2048

1536 at 75 Hz

3D Setup and Render Engine

3D Graphics Rasterization Enhancements

High Quality Texture Engine

Full 2D hardware acceleration

 Intel® 855GM/855GME DVMT graphics core

Intelligent Memory Management

Integrated 350 MHz DAC

2.2.1 DVM Technology

The 855GME chipset supports the Dynamic Video Memory Technology (DVMT). This technology provides use of all available memory in the most efficient way for maximum graphics performance.

DVMT dynamically responds to requests from applications allocating the required amount of video memory. The Intel® 855GME graphics driver is allowed to request up to 96 MB of system memory.

When not needed by the graphics subsystem, the memory is freed up for other applications. Thus, memory usage is balanced for optimal graphics and system memory performance.

To support legacy VGA devices the internal video-controller needs at least 1 MB of system memory. Thus, the reported system memory size is always 1 MB less than available amount of physical memory.

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2.2.2 Supported Resolutions

The integrated 350 MHz RAMDAC of the 855GME chipset allows direct connection of a progressive scan analog monitor with a resolution of up to 2048

1536 at 75 Hz. The supported resolution depends on the color depth and on the vertical scanning frequency, as illustrated in the table below.

Table 2-4: Supported Display Modes

Display Mode

640

480

800

600

1024

768

1280

1024

1600

1200

1920

1440

2048

1536

60

8-bit Indexed

75

85

100

Color Resolution vs. Vertical Frequency

16- bit

60

75

85

100

60

32- bit

75

85

100

2.2.3 VGA CRT Interface and Connector

Figure 2-4:

10 5

D-Sub VGA-CRT Connector

1

The 15-contact female D-Sub standard connector is used to connect a VGA CRT analog monitor to the TK-8000. This connector is located on the rear panel.

11

6 15

Table 2-5: VGA Connector Pinout

Pin Number

1

2

3

9

12

13

14

15

5, 6, 7, 8

4, 10, 11

Signal

Red

Green

Blue

VCC_MON

DDC_DATA

HSYNC

VSYNC

DDC_CLOCK

GND

NC

Function

Red video signal output

Green video signal output

Blue video signal output

Power +5V, 200 mA

I

2

C™ data

Horizontal sync.

Vertical sync.

I

2

C™ clock

Signal ground

In/Out

Out

Out

Out

Out

In/Out

TTL out

TTL out

Out

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2.3 Audio Interface

The following standard audio connectors are located on the rear panel of TK-8000:

Line-Out, Mic-In, and Line-In.

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2.4 Serial Interfaces

COM1 and COM2 (RS-232 with limited functionality, see below) ports are available at the rear panel of TK-8000 as two 9-pin D-Sub connectors, and COM3 and COM4 interfaces are available via the 9-pin D-Sub connectors on the front panel. All COM ports are compatible with the 16550 controller (see the note below) and include a complete set of handshaking and modem control signals, maskable interrupt generation and data transfer of up to 460.8 Kb/s. Switching between

RS-485 and TTL modes for COM3 and COM4 ports is performed in BIOS Setup; the default setting is RS-485.

Table 2-6: Functions of the Serial Port Interfaces

Interface Location Function

COM1

COM2

COM3

Rear panel

Rear panel

Front panel

RS232

RS232

RS485*

COM4 Front panel RS485*

* TTL signals are not connected to the contacts of front panel connectors for the current version of the computer.

Figure 2-5:

1

6

D-Sub Serial Connectors

5

According to "Intel 6300ESB I/O Controller HUB (ICH) Specification update", it has limited functionality due to unexpected behavior of serial port interrupt enable register.

9

Below is an abstract from this document:

2. Behavior of Serial Port Interrupt Enable Register

Problem:

The Serial Port Interrupt Enable Register (IER) bit 1 [3f9h] (Transmit Data request Interrupt Enable) will not change status if the bit has been set previously.

Implication: Will not cause an interrupt if the register bit has been set already. This hinders the serial ports from being fully 100 percent 16550 compatible.

Workaround:

Customers may be able to implement a BIOS workaround to clear out the bit IER bit 1 to ‘0’ befor e programing the bit to ‘1’.

Status:

No fix.

Thus, serial ports integrated in South bridge are compatible with standard UART 16550, except the following registers:

1. Changed designation of bits 4 and 5 of IER (Interrupt Enable Register)

2. Changed designation of bits 6 and 7 of FCR (FIFO Control Register)

For details see "IntelR 6300ESB I/O Controller Hub Datasheet. February 2004", pages 667-671.

Serial connectors' pinouts are presented in the tables below.

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Table 2-7:

Pin

1

2

3

4

5

Serial Port Connectors: COM1 and COM2 Pinouts

RS232

DCD

RXD

TXD

DTR

GND

Pin

6

7

8

9

RS232

DSR

RTS

CTS

RIN

Table 2-8:

Pin

4

5

1

2

3

Serial Port Connectors: COM3 and COM4 Pinouts

Signal

Data1

NC

NC

NC

GND

Pin

6

7

8

9

Signal

Data1#

NC

NC

NC

Note:

The RS485 interfaces (COM3 and COM4) provide for support of up to 256 network segments. In case the computer is supposed to serve as a terminal network device, it is necessary to mention this fact when ordering TK-8000. The required SMT 120 ohm terminal resistors will be installed at the factory.

2.5 USB Interfaces

Figure 2-6: USB Connectors

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TK-8000 supports four USB 2.0 ports, they are available via standard A-type USB sockets at rear panel. All four ports are highspeed, full-speed, and low-speed capable.

UHCI compliant Hi-speed USB 2.0 allows data transfers of up to 480 Mb/s

– 40 times faster than a full-speed USB (USB 1.1).

One USB peripheral may be connected to each port. To connect more than four USB devices use an external hub. The USB power supply is protected by a self-resettable 500 mA fuse.

The table below presents the contacts' designation of USB connectors.

Table 2-9:

Pin Number

1

2

3

4

USB Connectors Pinout

Signal

VCC

UV0

UV0+

GND

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Differential USB

Differential USB+

GND signal

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2.6 Parallel Port Interface

Figure 2-7: D-Sub LPT Connector

1

Standard parallel port (IEEE1284, ECP/EPP) is available via the standard 25-contact female connector at rear panel of TK-8000. Its contacts designation is presented below.

4

Table 2-10:

Pin #

6

7

4

5

1

2

3

8

9

10

11

12

13

D-Sub LPT Connector Pinout

LPT1 Signals

D6

D7

/ACK

BUSY

PE

SEL

/STROBE

D0

D1

D2

D3

D4

D5

Pin #

21

22

23

24

25

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

LPT1 Signals

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

/AUTOFD

/ERR

/INIT

/SELIN

GND

GND

GND

2.7 Gigabit Ethernet

Figure 2-8: Gigabit Ethernet Connectors

1 8

TK-8000 includes two 10Base-T / 100Base-TX / 1000Base-T

Ethernet ports based on the Intel® 82546GB dual-port Gigabit

Ethernet PCI-X bus controller. Each of the two rear panel Ethernet connectors is realized as an RJ45 connector for twisted-pair cabling.

The Intel® 82546GB Gigabit Ethernet controller architecture combines high performance and low power consumption. The controller's features include independent transmit and receive queues to limit PCI-X bus traffic, and a PCI-X interface that maximizes the use of bursts for efficient bus usage.

The interfaces provide automatic detection and switching between 10Base-T, 100Base-TX, and

1000Base-T operation modes. Each of the two Ethernet channels may be disabled via the BIOS

Setup or user software utility to release system resources .

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Pin

3

4

5

1

2

6

7

8

Table 2-11:

I/O

O

O

I

I

Gigabit Ethernet Connectors Pinouts

10Base-T

Signal

TX+

TX

RX+

RX

I

I

I/O

100Base-TX

Signal

O

O

TX+

TX

RX+

RX

I/O

1000Base-T

Signal

I/O

I/O

I/O

I/O

BI_DA+

BI_DA

BI_DB+

I/O

I/O

I/O

I/O

BI_DC+

BI_DC

BI_DB

BI_DD+

BI_DD

MDI / Standard Ethernet Cable

Integrated Ethernet LEDs (Optional)

Green: Line: This LED indicates network connection. The LED lights up when the line is connected.

Green: Act: this LED monitors network activity. The LED lights up when network packets are sent or received through the RJ45 port. When this LED is not lit, it means that the computer is not sending or receiving network data.

2.8 EIDE Interface

The EIDE interface supports several operation modes: PIO mode, 8237-type DMA mode, Ultra

DMA/33 modes. In PIO mode the central processor controls the data transfers. In all the DMA modes the CPU is not engaged in data transfer. DMA modes are similar to each other, but differ in data transfer protocols details and DMA clock frequency, thus providing different transfer rates.

Only ATA/33 mode is available at the current version of the processor module, providing transfer rates of up to 33.3 MB/sec.

The current version of TK-8000 supports two EIDE channels, but only one of them is available for user devices connection. Primary channel is used by CompactFlash, secondary channel is routed via the standard AT HDD 44-pin onboard connector of the processor module (J9), which can be used for connection of EIDE devices.

Figure 2-9:

2

1

IDE HDD On-Board Connector

A standard AT HDD 44-pin IDC connector is mounted on the top side of the processor module.

It is possible to connect both secondary master and secondary slave devices to this EIDE channel.

Maximum IDE cable length is 50 cm. The pinout of the standard AT HDD connector is shown in the table below.

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Table 2-12:

Pin Number

29

30

31

32

24

25

26

27

28

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

13

14

15

16

9

10

11

12

4

5

6

7

8

1

2

3

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

Signal

GND

/IOW

GND

/IOR

GND

/IOCHRDY

GND

/DACK

GND

IRQ

/CS16

DA1

DA0

DA2

/CS1

/CS3

DASP

GND

+5V

+5V

GND

DD4

DD11

DD3

DD12

DD2

DD13

DD1

DD14

/RESET

GND

DD7

DD8

DD6

DD9

DD5

DD10

DD0

DD15

GND

DRQ

Standard EIDE HDD Connector (J9) Pinout

Function

Reset HD

Ground signal

HD data 7

HD data 8

HD data 6

HD data 9

HD data 5

HD data 10

HD data 4

HD data 11

HD data 3

HD data 12

HD data 2

HD data 13

HD data 1

HD data 14

HD data 0

HD data 15

Ground signal

DMA request

Ground signal

I/O write

Ground signal

I/O read

Ground signal

I/O channel ready

Ground signal

DMA Ack

Ground signal

Interrupt request

Address 1

ATA66/100 Detect

Address 0

Address 2

Select Register #1

Select Register #3

IDE Activity

Ground signal

+5V

+5V

Ground signal

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

Out

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

Out

In

Out

Out

Out

Out

Out

Out

In

Out

Out

In

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2.9 SerialATA Interface

Figure 2-10: SATA Connector

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Table 2-13:

Contact Number

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

SATA Connectors (J7, J8) Pinout

Function

GND

TXP

TXN

GND

RXN

RXP

GND

The processor module of TK-8000 bears two on-board

SATA connectors (J7, J8) for attachment of SerialATA

HDDs or SSDs with the exchange rate of up to 150

MB/s. The connectors' pinout is presented in the table below.

2.10 CompactFlash Socket

CompactFlash card is a compact removable mass storage device. It provides full IDE functionality compatible with the 16-bit ATA/ATAPI-4 interface. TK-8000 has an internal CompactFlash Type I/II

50-pin socket (J23) on the bottom side of the processor module. It is accessible from the outside of the system chassis via an opening closed with separate cover.

Figure 2-11: CompactFlash Slot Cover

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Table 2-14:

Pin Number

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

24

25

26

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

27

28

29

30

31

32

33

34

45

46

47

48

49

50

CompactFlash socket is connected to the primary master EIDE channel.

CompactFlash Socket (J23) Pinout

Signal

D11

D12

D13

D14

D15

IDE_CS1

VS1

IORD

IOWR

3.3 V

INTRQ

3.3 V

CSEL

VS2

Reset

IORDY

INPACK

REG

ACTIVE

PDIAG

D08

D09

D10

GND

GND

D03

D04

D05

D06

D07

IDE_CS0

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

3.3 V

GND

GND

GND

GND

A02

A01

A00

D00

D01

D02

IOCS16

CD2

CD1

Function

Data 11

Data 12

Data 13

Data 14

Data 15

Chip select 1

I/O read

I/O write

3.3 V power

Interrupt

3.3 V power

Master/Slave

Reset

I/O ready

DMA Request

DMA Acknowledge

IDE Activity

DMA Mode Detect

Data 08

Data 09

Data 10

Ground signal

Data 3

Data 4

Data 5

Data 6

Data 7

Chip select 0

3.3 V power

Address 2

Address 1

Address 0

Data 0

Data 1

Data 2

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

Out

Out

In

Out

In/Out

Out

Out

Out

In

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

Out

Out

Out

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

In/Out

Out

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2.11 Power Supply

Figure 2-12: External Power Supply Connector

DC power is supplied to TK-8000 via the Phoenix connector on the front panel. The mating connector is included in the supplied set.

DC input voltage is 9 to 30 V.

Optional external AC/DC power adapter (1757912001) is available with AC input voltage of 100 ... 240 V and output voltage of

+19 VDC. Power cable (1702031831) is ordered separately.

The table below presents designation of the power connector contacts.

Table 2-15: Power Supply Connector Pinout

Front Panel Label Designation

V+

V-

9 … 30 VDC

0

FG GND (it is not required for operation)

System power on/off switch (PWR) is located on the front panel as well.

2.12 Soft Power and Reset Connectors

2-pin connectors SoftPower (J28) and Reset (J29) are located on the top side of the processor module. These connectors can be used at the factory for debugging purposes only. They are not connected to any external connectors at the current version of TK-8000. Please, refer to the processor module User Manual for detailed description. (TBA)

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2.13 LED Indicators

There are four LED indicators on the rear panel of TK-8000. Their functions are presented in the table below.

Table 2-16: Rear Panel LEDs

Name Function

D7 Green

D7 Red

D8 Green

General purpose LED controlled by Super I/O

General purpose LED controlled by FPGA Xilinx XC3S200

General purpose LED controlled by Super I/O

D8 Red Storage device activity

LED’s Default Functions:

D7 (red)

– has no default function – programmable only.

D7 (green)

– “System Boot State”. D7 (green) blinks while system is starting boot sequence and lights up when the boot procedure successfully finished.

D8 (red)

– “Storage device activity”. D8 (red) lights up while IDE or SATA device is accessed.

D8 (green)

– has no default function – programmable only.

2.13.1 D7 Red LED Control

D7 Red LED is controlled by means of FPGA XILINX XC3S200 using bit#3 (LED) of the control register.

Programming sequence:

Enter configuration mode:

MOV DX, 302H

MOV AL, 46H

OUT DX, AL

MOV AL, 57H

OUT DX, AL

Write to LDN register logical device number (number 1, the same as WD)

MOV DX, 302H

MOV AL, 7

OUT DX, AL

MOV DX, 303H

MOV AL, 1

OUT DX, AL

Control register is available via F0 index register. To read value from control register:

MOV DX, 302H

MOV AL, F0H

OUT DX, AL

MOV DX, 303H

IN AL, DX ; AL contains control register value

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Now LED can be switched on:

OR AL, 8 ; set bit#3

OUT DX, AL

…or switched off:

AND AL, 247 ; clear bit#3

OUT DX, AL

To leave configuration mode:

MOV DX, 302H

MOV AL, 57H

OUT DX, AL

MOV AL, 46H

OUT DX, AL

Moreover, red D7 LED is lit when a BIOS error is detected and Reset signal is generated.

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2.13.2 D7 Green and D8 Green LEDs Control

D7 and D8 indicators are controlled via Super I/O LPC47M10X controller registers programming.

For control purposes, GPI42 line is programmed as output. Setting logical "1" at it lights up the

LED, setting logical "0" switches it off.

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3 Installation and Setup

TK-8000 is easy to install. However, it is necessary to follow the procedures and safety regulations below to install hardware and software correctly without damage to the equipment, or harm to personnel.

For details on installation of an operating system, please refer to the relevant software documentation.

3.1 Safety Regulations

The following safety regulations must be observed when installing or operating the TK-8000.

Fastwel assumes no responsibility for any damage resulting from infringement of these rules.

Warning!

When handling or operating the processor module, special attention should be paid to the heat-sinking system, because it can get very hot during operation. Do not touch the heat-conducting parts.

Moreover, the processor module should not be placed on any surface or in any kind of package until the module and its heatconducting parts have cooled down to ambient temperature.

Caution!

Always switch off the system power before connecting or disconnecting the power supply cable to the computer's power connector. Disregarding this requirement could be harmful for your life or health and can damage the processor module or entire system.

ESD Sensitive Equipment!

This product comprises electrostatically sensitive components.

Please follow the ESD safety instructions to ensure operability and reliability:

Use grounding equipment, if working at an anti-static workbench. Otherwise, discharge yourself and the tools in use before touching the sensitive equipment.

Try to avoid touching contacts, leads and components.

Disconnect power cable before mounting or removing

PC/104 or PC/104-Plus expansion module.

Extra caution should be taken in cold and dry weather.

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3.2 Hardware Installation

A lot of peripheral devices can be connected to the TK-8000. Their installation procedures differ significantly. Therefore the following sections provide mainly general guidelines regarding installation of peripheral devices. The details on external devices connection can be found in documentation supplied with these devices.

For some operations it is necessary to dismount the covers of the system chassis. The diagram below shows the TK-8000 disassembled.

Figure 3-1: Disassembled TK-8000

3.2.1 USB Devices Connection

TK-8000 can accept Plug&Play connection of USB 2.0 computer peripheral devices

(printers, keyboards, mice, etc.) All USB devices may be connected or disconnected while the host power is on.

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3.2.2 CompactFlash Cards Installation

CompactFlash socket on the processor module of TK-8000 supports any 3.3 V or 5 V

CompactFlash ATA type I/II cards. The CompactFlash slot is accessible via the side opening of the system chassis.

Note:

Connection of the CompactFlash cards while the power is on may damage your system.

Note:

It is recommended to use CompactFlash-cards, which has been initialized and formatted in this module.

By default, TK-8000 utilizes LBA mode. Utilization of CompactFlash cards, which has been initialized and formatted in another mode, may lead to errors in operation.

1. Unscrew the side lid of TK-8000.

2. Carefully slide the correctly oriented CF card into the CF slot and gently press to engage the contacts completely.

3. Attach the side lid to the chassis and tighten the screws.

3.2.3 Battery Replacement

The lithium battery installed on the processor module of TK-8000 must be replaced with Panasonic

BR2032 or a battery with similar characteristics.

The expected life of a 190 mAh battery (Panasonic BR2032) is about 5 years. However, this typical value may vary because battery life depends on the operating temperature and the shutdown time of the system in which the battery is installed.

Note:

It is recommended to replace the battery after approximately 4 years to be sure it is operational.

Note:

Always diconnect power supply cables from the processor module before replacing the battery.

Replacing the battery, make sure the polarity is correct ("+" up).

Dispose of used batteries according to the local regulations.

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3.2.4 PC/104 and PC/104-Plus Expansion Module Installation

The PC/104 and PCI-104 connectors on the processor module of TK-8000 allow you to install interface expansion modules; however, this may require the front panel design changes.

Warning!

When installing any PC/104 or PC/104-Plus module, avoid excessively flexing the processor board. Mate pins correctly and use the required mounting hardware.

Note...

Before installing and operating the PC/104-Plus expansion modules it is necessary to set the voltage supplied to PCI interface I/O buffers using the J3 VIO selector of the processor module. See details below.

Note...

To allow an additional amount of distance between the processor module and the expansion module, it is recommended to use stackthrough intermediate connectors and additional standoffs.

ISA (1375795-2, 1375795-4) and PCI (AMP 1375799-1,

AMP 1375799-4) spacers are offered by Tyco/AMP.

3.2.4.1 PC/104-Plus Voltage Selection

The PC/104-Plus voltage should be set before installation of PC/104-Plus expansion modules on the processor module.

Figure 3-2: PC/104-Plus VIO Selector J3 Positions

There is a standard 3-pin header for PC/104-Plus voltage selection.

The explanation of its jumper positions is presented below.

1 2 3

Contacts 1-2 closed, +5 V power is supplied to PCI interface

I/O buffers

1 2 3

Contacts 2-3 closed, +3.3 V

1 2 3

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3.2.5 HDD or SSD Installation

Ensure that the computer is off and the power cable is disconnected before proceeding with installation.

To install a disk drive inside the system chassis, it necessary to disassemble the computer:

1. Unscrew the rear panel, the front panel, the CF cover, and the bottom lid.

2. To assemble the disk drive unit, mount the disk on the plate placing four black dumpers between them and tighten four screws.

3. Connect data and power cables to the disk drive.

4. Fasten the disk drive unit on the chassis with four screws.

5. Fasten the bottom lid and the CF cover with the eight screws.

6. Fasten the front panel and the rear panel.

3.2.6 Wall-Mount Kit Installation

Get the brackets ready and fasten each bracket with screws on the bottom lid.

3.3 Drivers Installation

The TK-8000 comes with a CD-ROM that contains necessary drivers and utilities.

Table 3-1:

OS

Windows XP *

Linux 2.4

Drivers Location

Description

Audio Driver

Chipset Driver

Ethernet Driver

Video Driver

ISA Bridge Driver

Ethernet Driver

DRI Video Driver

Folder Name

\win2k_xp\audio\

\win2k_xp\chipset\

\win2k_xp\eth\

\win2k_xp\graphics\

\win2k_xp\ite8888\

\linux\eth\

\linux\graphics\

* - fully compatible with Windows XP Professional SP3.

Insert the TK-8000 CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. The Autorun program will run automatically.

Choose the drivers to install following instructions below.

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3.3.1 Windows XP

Audio Driver Installation

1. Double click the System icon to open up your System Properties window.

2. Click Hardware and then Device Manager in the System Properties window.

3. Locate and right click the driver; select Update driver.

4. In the opened wizard’s window check “Yes, this time only” and press Next.

5. In the next window check “Install from a list or specific location” and press Next.

6. In the next window check “Don’t search. I will choose the driver to install” and press Next.

7.

Press “Have disk” button, locate and select the driver (\win2k_xp\audio\) and press “OK”.

8. To start installat ion press “Next”.

9.

To complete installation press “Finish”.

Chipset Driver Installation

1. Click on the \win2k_xp\chipset\ folder and then double click on the infinst_enu.exe.

2. Follow the instructions of the wizard, it will guide you through the installation process.

LAN Driver Installation

1. Click on the \win2k_xp\eth\ folder and then double click on the PRO2KXP.exe

2. Follow the instructions of the wizard, it will guide you through the installation process.

Graphics Driver Installation

1. Click on the \win2k_xp\graphics\ folder and select Windows folder

2. Double click on the win2k_xp141950.exe

3. Follow the instructions of the wizard, it will guide you through the installation process.

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ISA Bridge Driver Installation

1. Double click the System icon to open up your System Properties window.

2. Click Hardware and then Device Manager in the System Properties window.

3. Right click the driver and select Update driver.

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4. In the opened wizard’s window check “Yes, this time only” and press Next.

5. In the next window check “Install from a list or specific location” and press Next.

6. In the next window check “Don’t search. I will choose the driver to install” and press Next.

7. Press “Have disk” button, locate and select the driver (\win2k_xp\ite8888\) and press “OK”.

8. To start the installation press “Next”.

9. To complete the installation press “Finish”.

3.3.2 Linux 2.4

Ethernet Driver Installation

To uncompress the files (to get the files out of a tarball), use the following command in Linux: tar xvfz e1000-7.2.9.tar.gz

Graphics Driver Installation

To uncompress the files (to get the files out of a tarball), use the following command: tar xvfz Intel-3.4.3006-20051209.i386.tar.gz

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3.4 Watchdog Timer

The watchdog timer eliminates system hang-ups both during the start-up process (for example, in case of mistakes in BIOS, when the additional timer is not able to restart the system) and during normal operation. The timeout period is set in BIOS Setup program. On the expiry of the timeout period the watchdog timer issues "Reset" signal. During start-up process watchdog timer monitors

BIOS code execution. If BIOS error is detected, the system is automatically reset and red D7 LED is lit indicating system failure state. The instructions on watchdog timer programming can be found in the following subsections.

FPGA XILINX XC3S200 is used to control the watchdog timer. 17 lower bits of the 24-bit WD

FPGA register are used to program the watchdog timeout period. It is possible to set the timeout period from 0 to 512 seconds with increments of 30.52

 s by changing the value in this register.

By default, without prior initialization, the watchdog timeout period is set to maximum that is 512 seconds. The equation below can be used to calculate the timeout T

WD

in

 s as a function of the decimal value in the WD register (K

WD

):

T

WD

[

s

] = K

WD

* 10

6

/ 2

15

For example, decimal value "1" of K

WD

K

WD

(000001h) corresponds to the timeout of 30.52

 s, and

= 16777215 (FFFFFFh)

– 512 seconds.

3.4.1 Access to Watchdog Registers

The unit's configuration is based on Plug-and-Play architecture. Watchdog timer registers are available via standard I/O registers (Index and Data ports) in configuration mode.

Port

Config Port

Index Port

Data Port

Address

302h

302h

303h

Operation

Write

Read/Write

Read/Write

3.4.2 Configuration Mode

Configuration mode is enabled by writing <46h><57h> to Config Port. Configuration mode is disabled by writing <57h><46h> to Config Port. Index and Data ports are available in configuration mode only.

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3.4.3 Watchdog Timer Programming

The procedures of watchdog timer programming is described below:

Enter configuration mode

MOV DX, 302H

MOV AL, 46H

OUT DX, AL

MOV AL, 57H

OUT DX, AL

Write to LDN register a logic device number (watchdog timer has logical number 1)

MOV DX, 302H

MOV AL, 7

OUT DX, AL

MOV DX, 303H

MOV AL, 1

OUT DX, AL

Watchdog timer registers are available for read and write now.

For example, to read status register 3eh and to write the value from it back:

MOV DX, 302H

MOV AL, 3EH

OUT DX, AL

MOV DX, 303H

IN AL, DX

OUT DX, AL

To exit configuration mode:

MOV DX, 302H

MOV AL, 57H

OUT DX, AL

MOV AL, 46H

OUT DX, AL

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3.4.4 Global Configuration Registers

Index

7h R/W 01h

Logical Device Number register (index 7h)

Index = 7h

Bit Name Description

7:1

0

Type

-

LDN

Hard Reset Configuration Register

Logical Device Number

Not used

Write/Read:

Writing to this register selects logical device.

3.4.5 Logical Devices Configuration Registers

Index Type

30h

60h

61h

R/W

R/W

R/W

70h R/W

Activate register

Index = 30h

Bit Name

7:1 -

0 Activate

I/O port base address registers

Index = 60h

Bit Name

7:1 -

0 I/O_Base_Adress[15:8]

0

Index = 61h

Bit Name

7:1 -

I/O_Base_Adress[7:0]

Hard Reset

00h

Configuration Register

Activate

I/O port base address bits [15:8]

I/O port base address bits [7:0]

Primary interrupt select

Description

Not used

Write/Read:

1

– Current logical device enabled

0

– Current logical device disabled

Description

Not used

Write/Read:

Current logical device base address bits 15:8

Description

Not used

Write/Read:

Current logical device base address bits 7:0

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Primary interrupt select register

Index = 70h

Bit Name

7:4 -

3:0 Interrupt_select

Description

Not used

Write/Read:

00h

– Interrupt disabled

01h

– IRQ1

02h

– SMI

03h

– IRQ3

04h

– IRQ4

05h

– IRQ5

06h

– IRQ6

07h

– IRQ7

08h

– IRQ8

09h

– IRQ9

0ah

– IRQ10

0bh

– IRQ11

0ch

– IRQ12

0dh

– IRQ13

0eh

– IRQ14

0fh

– IRQ15

3.4.6 Watchdog Timer Registers (Logical Device 1)

Index

30h

38h

39h

3ah

3bh

3ch

3dh

3eh

3fh

60h

61h

I/O Port Address

Base+0

Base+1

Base+2

Base+3

Base+4

Base+5

Base+6

Base+7

Type

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W 70h

Hard Reset

00h

40h

00h

00h

03h

00h

Configuration Register

Activate

Timer current value [7:0]

Timer current value [15:8]

Timer current value [23:16]

Timer initial value [7:0]

Timer initial value [15:8]

Timer initial value [23:16]

Status register

Control register

Base [15:8]

– I/O port base address bits [15:8]

Base [7:3]

– I/O port base address bits [7:3]

Base [2:0]

– should be 0

Primary interrupt select

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4

Phoenix® BIOS Setup

The Phoenix® BIOS in your computer is a customized version of a standard BIOS for IBM PC

ATcompatible personal computers equipped with Intel®x86 and compatible processors.

The BIOS provides low-level support for the system central processing, memory, and I/O subsystems.

With the help of BIOS Setup program, you can modify BIOS configuration parameters and control special features of your computer. The Setup program offers a convenient menu interface to modify basic system configuration settings and to switch between the subsystems operation modes. These settings are then stored in a dedicated battery-backed memory, CMOS RAM, that retains the information when the system power is switched off.

To start the Phoenix BIOS Setup utility turn on or reboot your system. PhoenixBIOS displays this message:

Press <F2> to enter SETUP

Pressing <F2> lets you enter the Setup utility. The first screen is the Main Menu.

4.1 Main Menu

The Main Menu screen is shown below.

The following subsections explain the purpose of main functional areas of the screen and give description of the fields.

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Menu Bar

The Menu Bar at the top of the window lists these selections:

Menu Purpose

Main

Advanced

Intel

Security

Boot

Custom

Basic system configuration

Use to set the Advanced Features available on your system's chipset

Intel chipset-specific parameters

Configuration of system security settings

Boot sequence configuration

Configuration of special board features

Exit Exits the Setup utility

Use the left and r ight (←, →) arrow keys to make a selection.

For a description on exiting the Main Menu, see "Exit Menu" section below.

Legend Bar

The legend bar at the bottom of the screen lists the keys to navigate within menu system, to make your selections or exit the current menu. The following table describes the legend keys and their alternates.

Key Function

<F1> or <Alt-H>

<Esc>

← or → arrow keys

↑ or ↓ arrow keys

<Tab> or <Shift-Tab>

<Home> or <End>

General Help window (See below)

Exit this menu

Select a different menu

Move cursor up and down

Cycle cursor between the fields

Move cursor to top or bottom of window

<PgUp> or <PgDn>

<F5> or <->

Move cursor to next or previous page

Select the next lower value for the field

<F6> or <+> or <Space> Select the next higher value for the field

<F9>

<F10>

<Enter>

Load the Default Configuration values for the complete BIOS

Save and exit

Execute command or select ► Submenu

Refresh screen <Alt-R>

To select an item, use the arrow keys to move the cursor to the field you want. Then use the plusand-minus value keys to select a value for that field. The Save Values command in the Exit Menu save the values currently displayed in all the menus.

A pointer ► marks all submenus. To display a submenu, use the arrow keys to move the cursor to the submenu you want, and then press <Enter>.

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Item Specific Help Window

The help window on the right side of each menu screen displays the field-specific help text, it updates as you move the cursor from field to field.

General Help Window

Pressing <F1> or <Alt-H> on any menu brings up the General Help window that describes the legend keys and their alternates.

The scroll bar on the right of any window indicates that there is more than one page of information in the window. Use <PgUp> and <PgDn> to display all the pages. Pressing <Home> and <End> displays the first and last page. Pressing <Enter> displays each page and then exits the window.

Press <Esc> to exit the window.

Main Menu Selections

Main Menu screen offers possibility to set system time and date, to enter type, specifications, and control options for the devices connected to IDE channels. Additionally, this menu screen gives information on the amount of the detected main and extended system memory, and allows to set system response to POST errors.

Warning:

Incorrect settings may cause your system to malfunction.

To correct mistakes, return to Setup and restore the Setup Defaults with <F9> and re-enter the correct drive parameters.

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4.2 Advanced Menu

The Advanced Menu screen is shown below.

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This menu screen gives access to advanced system configuration parameters. Submenus allow setting thermal and power control options, configuring serial and parallel ports, adjusting keyboard behavior, enabling cache memory use for various system components, and reserving IRQs for legacy ISA devices.

Remember, that incorrect settings can cause your system to malfunction.

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4.3 Intel Menu

The Intel menu screen offers a number of submenus containing chipset-specific control fields.

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CPU power and thermal management, MCH and ICH control options, integrated graphics controller parameters, as well as ACPI and APM control

– all these features are available via submenus on this screen.

4.4 Security Menu

Various system security settings, such as supervisor password and other access control parameters, are collected at this menu screen.

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4.5 Boot Menu

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After you turn on your computer, it will attempt to load the operating system from the chosen device. If it cannot find the operating system on that device, it will attempt to load it from one or more other devices in the order specified in the Boot Menu. Boot devices (i.e., with access to an operating system) can include: hard drives, floppy drives, CD ROMs, removable devices (e.g.,

Iomega Zip drives), and network cards.

Use the keys described in Item Specific Help to arrange devices in order to specify the priority of the devices from which the BIOS will attempt to boot the operating system.

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4.5.1 Boot Details

4.5.1.1 Booting without a Monitor, Keyboard or Mouse

To boot without a monitor, keyboard or mouse set the item "POST Errors" to "Disabled" at the page "Main Menu" in PhoenixBIOS Setup program. This setting is a default one.

Note!

If the computer was booted without a connected monitor, the display will be empty, even if a monitor is connected later during operation.

To get the correct display output it is necessary to reboot the computer with a connected monitor. This is a Intel VideoBIOS particularity.

4.5.1.2 Booting from USB

To boot from a device connected to USB:

Connect the device to boot from to a USB port. The appropriate USB controller should be enabled;

Enter the PhoenixBIOS Setup program;

 Find this USB device at the "Boot" page and use «+» «–» buttons to move it in order to change its boot priority;

Save changes and reboot the module.

To get the on-line help about the details of BIOS Setup program operation, please apply to the screen tips and the integrated help system.

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4.6 Custom Menu

Selecting "Custom" from menu bar on the Main Menu displays a menu shown below.

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Temperature Control submenu contains a number of fields with some ACPI settings, such as temperature threshold values and control constants. Hardware Monitor submenu displays temperatures and voltages supervised by the hardware monitor. This menu screen also provides possibility to control other product-specific features, including Gigabit Ethernet channels, Fastwel flash disk, SMI sources, watchdog timer, and IT8888 PCI-to-ISA bridge.

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4.7 Exit Menu

Selecting "Exit" from menu bar on the Main Menu or pressing <Esc> at any Main Menu screen displays the following menu.

Note that <Esc> does not exit this menu. You must select one of the items from the menu to exit.

Here you can select whether or not to save changes made to BIOS parameters during the current session to CMOS memory and exit BIOS Setup utility.

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