agilent acqiris cc121 compactpci crate user manual
XZ050
AGILENT ACQIRIS
CC121 COMPACTPCI CRATE
USER MANUAL
CC121 CompactPCI Crate User Manual
ZM020080C Rev.B
June 2007
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CONTENTS
1.
OUT OF THE BOX ............................................................................................................. 4
1.1.
Message to the User ...................................................................................................... 4
1.2.
Before Using Your Crate............................................................................................... 4
1.3.
Organization of This Manual......................................................................................... 4
1.4.
Conventions Used in This Manual ................................................................................ 4
1.5.
Disclaimer and Safety ................................................................................................... 4
1.6.
Warning Regarding Medical Use .................................................................................. 5
1.7.
Packaging and Handling................................................................................................ 5
1.8.
Optional Equipment ...................................................................................................... 6
1.8.1. CompactPCI 6U to 3U Slot Adapter........................................................................ 6
1.8.2. Filler Plug-in............................................................................................................ 6
1.9.
Warranty........................................................................................................................ 6
1.10.
Warranty and Repair Return Procedure, Assistance and Support ................................. 6
1.11.
Transport & Shipping.................................................................................................... 6
1.12.
Maintenance .................................................................................................................. 7
1.13.
Cleaning ........................................................................................................................ 7
1.14.
Disposal and Recycling ................................................................................................. 7
2.
INSTALLATION................................................................................................................. 8
2.1.
Configuration ................................................................................................................ 8
2.2.
Site Considerations........................................................................................................ 9
2.3.
AC Mains Power ........................................................................................................... 9
2.3.1. Connecting to AC Mains Power .............................................................................. 9
2.3.2. Fuses ........................................................................................................................ 9
2.4.
Installing CompactPCI Modules ................................................................................... 9
2.4.1. Installing 6U modules.............................................................................................. 9
2.4.2. Installing 3U modules............................................................................................ 10
2.4.3. Installing Filler Plug-in.......................................................................................... 10
3.
SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................... 11
3.1.
Main Features.............................................................................................................. 11
3.2.
Power Supply .............................................................................................................. 11
3.2.1. AC Input Specifications......................................................................................... 11
3.2.2. DC Outputs Specifications..................................................................................... 12
3.3.
Slot Specifications....................................................................................................... 12
3.4.
Backplane .................................................................................................................... 13
3.4.1. Backplane Specifications....................................................................................... 13
3.4.2. Power Supply Status .............................................................................................. 14
3.4.3. Connector Pinouts.................................................................................................. 15
3.5.
Environmental ............................................................................................................. 16
3.5.1. Environmental Specifications ................................................................................ 16
3.5.2. Safety..................................................................................................................... 16
3.5.3. EMC Emission....................................................................................................... 16
3.5.4. EMC Immunity...................................................................................................... 16
3.6.
Mechanical .................................................................................................................. 17
3.6.1. Mechanical Specifications ..................................................................................... 17
3.6.2. Dimensions ............................................................................................................ 17
4.
APPENDICES.................................................................................................................... 18
4.1.
XC100 6U to 3U Slot Adapter .................................................................................... 18
4.2.
XC200 6U Filler Plug-in ............................................................................................. 19
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1.
OUT OF THE BOX
1.1.
Message to the User
Congratulations on having purchased an Agilent Technologies Acqiris product. U1056A-521, CC121 21-slot 6U
crates use the highest quality components and high output power supplies in order to maximize system performance
and reliability. These universally applicable CompactPCI crates are carefully designed to yield high performance test
systems for bench, lab and manufacturing test applications.
1.2.
Before Using Your Crate
This User Manual describes the features of the CC121 crate and contains information for your safety, about
configuring the crate, installing the modules, and operating the system.
CAUTION
1.3.
The AC power input line is fully protected by two fuses the value of which depends on the AC input
voltage. For safety reasons, the user must check that those values comply with the input voltage
used before connecting the crate to the AC mains power. For further information, please refer to
the paragraph 2.3.2. Fuses.
Organization of This Manual
This manual is organized as follows :
Chapter 1
OUT OF THE BOX, gives information you must know prior to using CC121 crates, lists the
contents of the box, lists optional equipment you can order from us, and describes the warranty and
repair return procedure.
Chapter 2
INSTALLATION, describes how to prepare and operate your CC121 crate.
Chapter 3
SPECIFICATIONS, gives complete technical specifications of your CC121 crate.
Chapter 4
APPENDICES, gives specifications and assembly instructions supplied with the optional
equipments.
1.4.
Conventions Used in This Manual
The following conventions are used in this manual :
This icon to the left of text warns that an important point must be observed.
WARNING
Denotes a warning, which advises you of precautions to take to avoid being electrically shocked.
CAUTION
Denotes a caution, which advises you of precautions to take to avoid electrical, mechanical, or
operational damages.
NOTE
Denotes a note, which alerts you to important information.
Italic
Italic text denotes a warning, caution, or note.
Bold Italic
Bold italicized text is used to emphasize an important point in the text or a note
1.5.
Disclaimer and Safety
WARNING : The CC121 crate contains voltage hazardous to human life and safety, and is capable of inflicting
personal injury. For your safety, before undertaking any troubleshooting or maintenance
procedure, read carefully the WARNING and CAUTION notices
.Crate Grounding : The CC121 crate requires a connection from the premises wire safety ground to the CC121
chassis ground to minimize shock hazard. This crate is designed with a three-position
IEC320 C14 plug that connects the earth safety ground line to the chassis ground. A power cord with protective
safety ground conductor must be used. The earth safety ground line must be always connected during use of this
equipment. To minimize shock hazard, make sure your electrical power outlet has an appropriate earth safety ground
that is connected whenever you power up the crate.
Live Circuits : Operating personnel must not remove protective covers when operating or servicing the CC121 crate.
Adjustments and service to internal components must be undertaken by qualified personnel. During service of this
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product, the mains connector to the premise wiring must be disconnected. Dangerous voltages may be present under
certain conditions, use extreme caution.
Explosive Atmosphere : Do not operate the crate in conditions where flammable gases are present. Under such
conditions this crate is unsafe and may ignite the gases or gas fumes.
Part Replacement : Only service this crate with parts that are exact replacements, both electrically and mechanically.
Installation of parts that are not exact replacements may cause harm to personnel operating the crate. Furthermore,
damage or fire may occur if replacement parts are unsuitable.
Modification : Do not modify any part of the crate from its original condition. Unsuitable modifications may result
in safety hazards.
1.6.
Warning Regarding Medical Use
The CC121 crates are not designed with components and testing intended to ensure a level of reliability suitable for
use in treatment and diagnosis of humans. Applications of these crates involving medical or clinical treatment can
create a potential for accidental injury caused by product failure, or by errors on the part of the user. These crates are
not intended to be a substitute for any form of established process or equipment used to monitor or safeguard human
health and safety in medical treatment.
WARNING : The modules discussed in this manual have not been designed for making direct measurements on the
human body. Users who connect an Acqiris module to a human body do so at their own risk.
1.7.
Packaging and Handling
After carefully unpacking all items, inspect each to ensure there are no signs of visible damage. Check to make sure
that all hardware and the switch are undamaged. Inspect the inner chassis for any possible damage, debris, or
detached components. If damage appears to have been caused in shipment, file a claim with the carrier. Also check
that all the components received match those listed on the enclosed packing list. Agilent Technologies cannot accept
responsibility for missing items unless we are notified promptly of any discrepancies. If any items are found to be
missing or are received in a damaged condition please contact the Agilent service center or your local supplier
immediately. Retain the box and packing materials for possible inspection and/or reshipment.
Verify that you have received the following items with your CC121 crate :
•
Power cord
Power Cord
Universal Europa
North America
United Kingdom
Italy
Switzerland
Rating
250V/10A
125V/15A
250V/10A
250V/10A
250V/10A
•
CC121 CompactPCI Crate User Manual.
•
Declaration of Conformity.
•
Reference Standards
CEE7 sht/IEC320 C13
NEMA 5-15/IEC320 C13
BS1363A/IEC320 C13
CIE 23-16/IEC320 C13
SEV1011/IEC320 C13
A small 3.5” compact disc in an Acqiris paper CD envelope that includes
o
10 product user manuals in electronic form (Signal Analyzers, Streamer Analyzers, Family of 8-bit
Digitizers, Family of 10-bit Digitizers, Family of 12-bit Digitizers, Family of Averagers, Family of
Analyzers, Family of Time Counters, CC10X Family of CompactPCI Crates and CC121
CompactPCI Crate),
o
1 Programmer’s Guide and 1 Programmer’s Reference Manual,
o
device drivers with sample software for different operating systems, environments and languages,
o
the AcqirisAnalyzers application, a demonstration program for the AC/SC Analyzer products,
o
the AcqirisLive application, a demonstration program for our digitizer and averager products,
o
the DemoSSR application, a demonstration program for the Acqiris AP235/AP240 Analyzers,
o
the DemoAPX01 application, a demonstration program for the Acqiris AP101/AP201 Analyzers,
o
the DemoTC application, a demonstration program for the Acqiris TC840/TC890 Time Counters,
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•
o
product data sheets,
o
full installation procedures for use with Microsoft Windows, National Instruments LabVIEW RT,
Wind River VxWorks, IVI-COM/C, and Linux software.
Optional equipment. See the enclosed packing list.
1.8.
Optional Equipment
1.8.1. CompactPCI 6U to 3U Slot Adapter
The optional XC100 Slot Adapter is specially designed for use with Acqiris CompactPCI crates. This CompactPCI
slot adapter allows the use of 3U modules in any vacant 6U slots. The XC100 assures proper mechanical alignment
when inserting a 3U module and protects the crate's backplane connectors from damage. In addition, the XC100
meets the IEEE 1011.10 standard and provides the function of a filler panel to completely close the half vacant slot.
This function is essential to guarantee EMC performance and appropriate cooling.
1.8.2. Filler Plug-in
An optional XC200 Filler Plug-in is available from Acqiris. This 6U CompactPCI plug-in (width 1 slot) meets the
IEEE 1011.10 standard and implements the function of a filler panel that completely closes the front of the unused
slots and reduces the cross-flow air circulation. This function is essential to guarantee EMC performance and
appropriate cooling.
1.9.
Warranty
Agilent Technologies endeavors to provide leading edge technology that includes the latest concepts in hardware
design. All Acqiris Crates are warranted to operate within specification, assuming normal operation, for a period of
three years from the date of shipment. All repairs, replacement and spare parts are warranted for a period of 3
months.
In exercising this warranty, Agilent Technologies will repair or replace any product returned to the Agilent service
center, within the warranty period. The warranty covers all defects that are a result of workmanship or materials. This
excludes defects that are caused by accident, misuse, neglect, or abnormal operation.
The purchaser is responsible for returning the goods to the nearest Agilent service center. This includes
transportation costs and insurance. Agilent Technologies will return all warranty repairs with transportation prepaid.
1.10.
Warranty and Repair Return Procedure, Assistance and Support
Agilent Technologies Inc. acquired Acqiris SA and its product lines in December 2006. Before returning any Agilent
Technologies Acqiris product for repair please contact your nearest Agilent Technologies Service Center.
You can find information about technical and professional services, product support, and equipment repair and
service on the Web, see http://www.agilent.com/find/service (or http://www.agilent.com/ and after selecting your
country click on Contact Us). The service center will ask for your name, company, phone number and address, the
model and serial numbers of the unit to be repaired, and a brief description of the problem.
Before issuing a Service Order they will ask you to communicate with us by phone or eMail so that we can learn as
much as needed about the problems observed. If a unit returned under guarantee is found to be working normally and
this procedure was not followed we reserve the right to charge you for the work done.
For your nearest customer support center contact Acqiris at 1-877-ACQIRIS in the USA, +41 22 884 32 90 in
Europe or +61 3 9210 2890 in the Asia-Pacific region. Alternatively, please contact Acqiris Technical Support
([email protected]) or come visit our web site at http://www.acqiris.com. The Agilent Technologies Support
Centers can also help redirect you for any questions concerning the installation and operation of your equipment
1.11.
Transport & Shipping
To package the instrument for shipping:
Step
Notes
1. Place the instrument in its original packaging
materials.
• If the original packaging materials are not available,
use a professional packaging service. Contact your
Agilent Service Center for more information.
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2. Surround the instrument with at least 3 to 4 inches (8
to 10 cm) of its original packing material or bubble-pack
to prevent the instrument from moving in its shipping
container.
3. After wrapping it with packing material, place the
instrument in its original shipping container or a strong
shipping container that is made of double-walled
corrugated cardboard with 159 kg (350 lb) bursting
strength.
• The shipping container must be large and strong
enough to accommodate your instrument and allow at
least 3 to 4 inches (8 to 10 cm) on all sides for packing
material.
4. Seal the shipping container securely with strong nylon
adhesive tape.
5. Mark the shipping container “FRAGILE, HANDLE
WITH CARE” to help ensure careful handling.
6. Use the address obtained from your Agilent
Technologies Service Center.
7. Retain copies of all shipping papers.
CAUTION: Damage can result if the original packaging materials are not used. Packaging materials should be
anti-static and cushion the instrument on all sides. NEVER USE STYRENE PELLETS IN ANY SHAPE AS
PACKAGING MATERIALS. They do not adequately cushion the instrument or prevent it from moving in the
shipping container. Styrene pellets can also cause equipment damage by generating static electricity or by lodging
in fan motors.
1.12.
Maintenance
The CC121 crates do not require any maintenance. There are no user serviceable parts inside.
1.13.
Cleaning
WARNING : Always power off the crate and disconnect the power cord before cleaning the crate.
Cleaning procedures consist only of exterior cleaning.
Clean the exterior surfaces of the crate with a dry lint-free cloth or a soft-bristle brush. If any dirt remains, wipe with
a cloth moistened in a mild soap solution. Remove any soap residue by wiping with a cloth moistened with clear
water. Do not use abrasive compounds on any part of the crate.
CAUTION : Avoid getting moisture inside the crate during exterior cleaning. Use just enough moisture to
dampen the cloth.
Do not wash the connector and switch. Cover these components while cleaning the crate.
Do not use chemical cleaning agents, they may damage the crate. Avoid chemicals that contain
benzene, toluene, xylene, acetone, or similar solvents.
1.14.
Disposal and Recycling
Electronic equipment should be properly disposed of. Acqiris Digitizers and their accessories must not be thrown
out as normal waste. Separate collection is appropriate and may be required by law.
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2.
INSTALLATION
2.1.
Configuration
WARNING : Before connecting the crate to a power source, read this chapter and the paragraph 1.5.
Figure 1: Front view of the CC121
Figure 2: Rear view of the CC121
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2.2.
Site Considerations
The CC121 is designed to be used either in a 19-inch instrument rack or in a bench-top configuration. It is delivered
in the bench-top configuration with four feet screwed into the holes provided on the bottom of the crate.
NOTE :
With the feet in the bench-top configuration, the crate height is slightly more than the standard 9U . In
order to use the crate in a 19-inch instrument rack, the user must unscrew the feet and, to avoid losing
them, screw them back into the stocking holes provided in the lower part of the rear panel.
CAUTION : Keep other equipment a minimum of 75mm (3in.) away from the air inlets and outlets.
2.3.
AC Mains Power
2.3.1. Connecting to AC Mains Power
CAUTION : Make sure that the main power switch is in the 0 position (OFF) before connecting the power cord
to AC mains power.
The power supply is universal, which means that the crate can connect to all standard worldwide input voltages.
Attach input power through the rear panel AC Line inlet using the appropriate power cord supplied. Refer to the
paragraph 1.7. Packaging and Handling for the power cord specification.
2.3.2. Fuses
WARNING : The value of the F1 and F2 power line fuses depend of the AC power input voltage. For safety
reasons,
please
follow
the
instructions
shown
in
the
table
below.
Disconnect the power cord before replacing the fuses.
The F1 and F2 power-line fuse-holders are located on the rear panel.
85 – 132 VAC
5x20mm slow-blow fuse: T 16A H 250V
Acqiris PN: EF011160A
190 – 264 VAC
5x20mm slow-blow fuse: T 8A H 250V
Acqiris PN: EF010800A
For continued protection against fire hazard, replace only with a fuse of the same type and correct rating.
2.4.
Installing CompactPCI Modules
CAUTION : Turn off the crate power before installing or removing CompactPCI modules.
NOTE :
The crate controller must be placed in the System Slot (slot 1) located at the left of the crate. The
System Slot is identified with the number 1 surrounded with a triangle. All other modules are to be
placed in the Peripheral Slots that are identified with their respective number surrounded with a
circle.
NOTE :
If you want the driver to automatically recognize the crate as a CC121 you should put at least one
Acqiris acquisition module into one of the last 7 slots. If you do not do this, you can use the
GeoMapper application discussed in the User Manual to create an AqGeo.map file.
NOTE :
If you want to chain other CC121 crates to this one, please put the additional Acqiris ICxxx or MXI-3
PXI8335 modules in slots 2-4 of this upstream crate.
NOTE :
The CC121 crate accepts PXI modules, but does not provide PXI-specific features (Local Bus, Trigger
Bus, System Reference Clock).
2.4.1. Installing 6U modules
Install a module into the crate slot by first placing the module’s card edges into the front module guides (top and
bottom). Place both injector/ejector handles in the open position and slide the module to the rear of the crate. When
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you begin to feel resistance, push simultaneously both injector/ejector handles towards the center to plug the module
into the backplane connectors of the crate. Secure it by clipping the handles into place. Tighten both front panel
mounting screws to lock the module into place and insure proper grounding of the frame.
2.4.2. Installing 3U modules
CAUTION : The XC100 6U to 3U Slot Adapter must be installed prior to inserting any 3U module into the
CC121 crate. The XC100 is necessary to guide the 3U module and avoid damaging backplane
connectors.
Insert the XC100 into the module guide of the top part of the 6U slot. Turn the front panel knob in the clockwise
direction to fasten the slot adapter into place. Tighten its front panel screw to insure proper grounding of the frame.
NOTE :
Refer to the appendix 4.1 XC100 6U to 3U Slot Adapter, Specifications and Assembly Instructions.
Install a 3U module into the crate slot by first placing the module’s card edges into the top and bottom guides. Place
the injector/ejector handle in the open position and slide the module to the rear of the crate. When you begin to feel
resistance, raise the handle to plug the module into the backplane connectors of the crate. Secure it by clipping the
handle into place. Tighten both front panel mounting screws to lock the module into place and insure proper
grounding of the frame.
2.4.3. Installing Filler Plug-in
CAUTION : The CC121 crate should not be used without closing all unused or empty slots.
To guarantee EMC performance and adequate cooling, install an optional XC200 Filler Plug-in or other filler panels
conform to IEEE1101.10 into all unused slots. Tighten both captive mounting screws to lock the panel into place and
insure proper grounding of the frame.
NOTE :
Refer to the appendix 4.2 XC200 6U Filler Plug-in, Specifications and Assembly Instructions.
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3.
SPECIFICATIONS
3.1.
Main Features
The main features of the CC121 CompactPCI crate include :
•
19 inch rack-mount crate, 9U high, 21 vertical slots with System Slot at the left and 20 Peripheral Slots.
•
CompactPCI (PICMG 2.0 R3.0) 6U and 3U module compatibility. The Backplane has three segments of
seven slots linked with two CompactPCI bridge modules. These bridges are plugged on the rear of the
backplane and all the slots are available for the application with complete access from the front side. The
Backplane is equipped with P1 and P2 connectors, with V I/O to 5V and 5V coding keys assembled. A
CompactPCI 3U module must be used with the optional XC100 Slot Adapter. The crate accepts PXI
modules, but does not provide PXI-specific features.
•
Optimized cross-flow air circulation. Power supply and module slots are cooled separately and fully
protected against over-temperature.
•
Meets the IEEE 1101.10 standard for EMC compatibility and optimized cooling.
•
Front panel Power Switch.
•
Quality 1260W usable power supply with universal AC input, power factor correction, auto-voltage and
auto-frequency ranging.
•
Derating (DEG) and Supply Fall (FAL) signals provided from the power supply to backplane System Slot
(P2 connector).
•
Handles on the front and rear sides for easy handling
•
Removable feet for bench-top applications and in rack-mount applications, four M4 size holes are provided
on the rear panel for their storage.
3.2.
Power Supply
3.2.1. AC Input Specifications
AC Input Voltage Range
Universal Input: 85 – 264 V
Input Frequency Range
Auto-Frequency Ranging: 47 - 440 Hz
Maximum Input Power
1900W
Power Factor Correction
Meets EN61000-3-2. Power Factor 0.99 typical
Efficiency
Inrush Current
Leakage Current
75% minimum
40A peak maximum
2.4mA maximum @ 264VAC
Holdover Storage
30msec minimum @ full load.
Independent of AC input voltage.
AC Input Fuses
F1 and F2 located on the rear panel.
85 –132V: Slow-Blow: T 16A H 250V, 5x20mm
190 – 264V: Slow-Blow: T 8A H 250V, 5x20mm
AC Input Inlet
IEC320 C14
Internal Input Fuse (F1)
Type KLK25, 25A, 600V, manufactured by Littelfuse.
Power Supply Cooling
Three internal DC Fans. The airflow direction is from the
front to the rear of the crate.
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3.2.2. DC Outputs Specifications
Maximum Usable Power
1900W @ 230VAC, 1260W @ 115VAC
Output Voltages
+3.3V:
+3.3 ±0.1V
+5V:
+5.1 ±0.1V
+12V: +12.15 ±0.15V
-12V: -12.15 ±0.15V
Maximum Output Currents
+3.3V: 120A (400W)
+5V: 120A (600W)
+12V: 50A (600W)
-12V: 25A (300W)
RMS Ripple
0.1% or 10mV whichever is greater. 20MHz bandwidth
Peak to Peak Noise
1% or 50mV whichever is greater. 20MHz bandwidth
Dynamic Response
<2% or 100mV @ 25% load step
Recovery Time
To within 1% in <0.3msec
Over-Current Protection
All outputs are protected from short circuit and overload.
Automatic recovery.
Over-Voltage Protection
3.3V and 5V: 122-134%, +12V and –12V: 110-120%.
Turn OFF the crate to reset the Over Voltage Protection.
Thermal Protection
All outputs: disabled when the power supply internal
temperature exceeds safe operating range.
Automatic recovery.
Each output: individually protected.
Turn OFF the crate to reset the Individual Protection.
Warning signal (FAL#) >5msec before shutdown.
3.3.
Slot Specifications
Slots
Height: 6U, Width: 20.32mm (0.8 in.).
1 System Slot, 20 Peripheral Slots.
Module Cooling System
Forced air circulation separated from the power supply
cooling. The airflow direction is from the front to the rear
of the crate.
Slot airflow direction from the bottom to top of the
modules.
Three 50 l/s (106 cfm) axial fans.
Airflow per Slot
Typical 6 l/s (12.7 cfm).
Velocity 2.4 m/s (480 lfm) @ 70% cross-section aperture.
Per Slot Cooling Capacity
Maximum 60W
Slots Thermal Protection
Separated from the power supply thermal protection.
All power supply outputs are shutdown when the slot
environment exceeds safe operating temperature (60°C).
Warning signal (FAL#) <4msec after the beginning of the
shutdown.
Automatic recovery.
Per Slot Current Capacity
See paragraph 3.4.1 Working Currents.
Maximum Module Weight
1.5 kg (3.3 lb.)
Slot Numbering Convention
Physical
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3.4.
1, 8, 15
4
2, 9, 16
15
3, 10, 17
14
4, 11, 18
13
5, 12
9
6, 13, 20
11
7, 14, 21
10
19
12
Backplane
3.4.1. Backplane Specifications
Conformity
CompactPCI: PICMG 2.0 R3.0
UL recognized
Configuration
21 Slots, 1 System Slot to left, 20 Peripheral Slots.
Three segments of seven slots linked with two
transparent bridges plugged on the rear of the
backplane. All the slots are available for the application
with complete access from the front side.
Size
Height 3U: P1 and P2 connectors (32/64 bit).
Bus Frequency
33 MHz
GND (Common Return Outputs)
Connected to Chassis.
V I/O Voltage
Connected to +5V
Coding Keys
5V coding key assembled, brilliant blue
Material
FR4: UL 94V0 recognized
Connectors P1 (Module A) and P2
(Module B)
Conforms to IEC917 and IEC 1076-4-101.
UL 94V0 rated.
Working Currents
[email protected]°C max per contact ([email protected]°C).
Power supply contacts per slot, connectors P1 and P2:
+3.3V: P1; 10 contacts
+5V: P1; 8 contacts
+12V: P1; 1 contact
-12V: P1; 1 contact
V(I/O): P1; 5 contacts
P2; 6 contacts
GND: P1; 14 contacts
P2; 18 contacts
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3.4.2. Power Supply Status
The Derating (DEG#) and Supply Fail (FAL#) are implemented only for the System Slot.
Levels
TTL levels, require pull-up resistor to +5V (2kOhm) on
the System Controller Board.
DEG#
Mains AC accurate signal
Indicate that the power supply is beginning to derate its
power outputs.
1 = Mains AC is accurate.
0 to 1: 2msec minimum after the DC outputs are
accurate.
1 to 0: 20msec minimum before FAL# and DC outputs
are shutdown.
FAL#
Global DC outputs accurate signal
Indicate that a DC output from the power supply has a
failure.
1 = All DC outputs are accurate.
0 to 1: 1msec maximum before the DC outputs are
accurate.
1 to 0: 4msec maximum after the start of the DC output
shutdown.
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3.4.3. Connector Pinouts
Connector
P2
(J2)
P1
(J1)
Pin
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
12-14
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Z
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
A
GA4
CLK6
CLK5
GND
BRSVP2A18
BRSVP2A17
BRSVP2A16
BRSVP2A15
AD[35]
AD[38]
AD[42]
AD[45]
AD[49]
AD[52]
AD[56]
AD[59]
AD[63]
C/BE[5]#
V(I/0)
CLK4
CLK2
CLK1
5V
AD[1]
3.3V
AD[7]
3.3V
AD[12]
3.3V
SERR#
3.3V
DEVSEL#
3.3V
B
GA3
GND
GND
GND
BRSVP2B18
GND
BRSVP2B16
GND
AD[34]
GND
AD[41]
GND
AD[48]
GND
AD[55]
GND
AD[62]
GND
BRSVP2B4
GND
CLK3
GND
REQ64#
5V
AD[4]
GND
AD[9]
GND
AD[15]
GND
SDONE
GND
FRAME#
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
AD[18]
AD[21]
C/BE[3]#
AD[26]
AD[30]
REQ#
BRSVP1A5
BRSVP1A4
INTA#
TCK
5V
AD[17]
GND
IDSEL
GND
AD[29]
GND
BRSVP1B5
GND
INTB#
5V
-12V
C
GA2
RSV
RSV
RSV
BRSVP2C18
PRST#
DEG#
FAL#
AD[33]
V(I/0)
AD[40]
V(I/0)
AD[47]
V(I/0)
AD[54]
V(I/0)
AD[61]
V(I/0)
C/BE[7]#
GNT3#
SYSEN#
REQ1#
ENUM#
V(I/O)
AD[3]
3.3V
AD[8]
V(I/O)
AD[14]
3.3V
SBO#
V(I/O)
IRDY#
KEY AREA
AD[16]
3.3V
AD[23]
V(I/O)
AD[28]
3.3V
RST#
V(I/O)
INTC#
TMS
TRST#
D
GA1
RSV
GND
RSV
GND
REQ6#
GND
REQ5#
GND
AD[37]
GND
AD[44]
GND
AD[51]
GND
AD[58]
GND
C/BE[4]#
GND
REQ4#
GNT2#
GNT1#
3.3V
AD[0]
5V
AD[6]
M66EN
AD[11]
GND
PAR
GND
STOP#
GND
E
GA0
RSV
RSV
RSV
BRSVP2E18
GNT6#
BRSVP2E16
GNT5#
AD[32]
AD[36]
AD[39]
AD[43]
AD[46]
AD[50]
AD[53]
AD[57]
AD[60]
PAR64
C/BE[6]#
GNT4#
REQ3#
REQ2#
5V
ACK64#
AD[2]
AD[5]
C/BE[0]#
AD[10]
AD[13]
C/BE[1]#
PERR#
LOCK#
TRDY#
F
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
AD[20]
GND
AD[25]
GND
CLK
GND
INTP
5V
TDO
+12V
C/BE[2]#
AD[19]
AD[22]
AD[24]
AD[27]
AD[31]
GNT#
INTS
INTD#
TDI
5V
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
Notes:
1. All pins are medium length (level 2) except on the connector P1 pin C16 which is long (level 3) and D15 which is
short (level 1).
2. The following positions of connector P2 are implemented only on the System Slot: A1-3, A19-21, B2, B19-21,
C1-3, C15-17, D1-3, D15, D17, E1-3, E15, E17.
3. Connector P2 pin C2 is connected to GND at the System Slot only.
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3.5.
Environmental
3.5.1. Environmental Specifications
* Environmental specifications in accordance with MIL-PRF-28800F Class 3.
Operating Location
Indoor use
Operating Temperature
0° to 45° C
Storage Temperature *
-40° to 85° C
Operating Relative Humidity *
5 to 95% non-condensing
Operating Altitude
3000 m
Random Vibration *
5 to 500Hz, 0.44 g peak, operating
10 to 500Hz, 3.5 g peak, non-operating
Operating Shock *
Half-sine pulse, 11ms duration, 30 g peak
3.5.2. Safety
In accordance with Council Directive 73/23/EEC, Low Voltage Safety.
Conformity
EN61010-1
Installation Category II, Pollution Degree 2
Safety Class 1
3.5.3. EMC Emission
In accordance with Council Directive 89/336/EEC, Electromagnetic Compatibility.
Conformity
EN61326-1: 1997, A1: 1998
Radiated Electromagnetic Field
EN55011: 1998. Class B
Conducted Disturbance Voltage
EN55011: 1998. Class B
Harmonic Currents
EN61000-3-2: 1995, A13: 1997, A1: 1998, A2 : 1998
A14: 2000.
Flicker
EN61000-3-3: 1995. The crate produces no flicker.
3.5.4. EMC Immunity
In accordance with Council Directive 89/336/EEC, Electromagnetic Compatibility.
Conformity
EN61326-1: 1997, A1: 1998. Industrial Environment.
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
EN61000-4-2: 1995. Air 8kV, contact 4kV.
Electromagnetic Fields
EN61000-4-3: 1996. 80 to 1000MHz, 10V/m.
Fast Electric Transients (Burst)
EN61000-4-4: 1995. 2kV.
Surge
EN61000-4-5: 1995. Line to Earth impulse 2kV, Line to
Line impulse 1kV.
Conducted Disturbances
EN61000-4-6: 1996. 0.15 to 80MHz, 3V.
Magnetic Field
EN61000-4-8: 1993. No element sensible to magnetic
field 50 to 400Hz.
Voltage Dips and Short
Interruptions
EN61000-4-11: 1994. Voltage reduction 100%,
Duration 10msec, Phase 0°, 90°, 180°, 270°.
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3.6.
Mechanical
3.6.1. Mechanical Specifications
Overall Dimensions
Weight
Width:
Depth:
Height:
483mm (19 in.)
440mm (17.32 in.) including the handles
399mm (15.71 in.) 9U
411mm (16.18 in.) including the feet
19.9kg (43.9 lb.)
Enclosure:
Material and Finish
Steel sheet. Zinc plated. Outward painted
Aluminum extrusion. Clear chromated
Aluminum sheet. Clear chromated. Outward painted
Handles:
Aluminum. Black anodized
Bus Bars:
Copper. Nickel plated
Card Guides: Molded plastic (UL 94V0 rated)
3.6.2. Dimensions
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4.
APPENDICES
4.1.
XC100 6U to 3U Slot Adapter
Specifications and Assembly Instructions
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4.2.
XC200 6U Filler Plug-in
Specifications and Assembly Instructions
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