PS-3650A/PS-3651A User Manual - Pro

PS-3650A/PS-3651A User Manual - Pro
PS-3650A/PS-3651A
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Preface
Thank you very much for purchasing a Pro-face PS-3650A/PS-3651A Unit, hereafter referred to as the PS-A.
Before using the PS-A, read this manual thoroughly to familiarize yourself with the PS-A’s operation procedures and
functions.
NOTICE
1.
Copying this manual’s contents, either in whole or in part, is prohibited without the express permission of Digital
Electronics Corporation, Japan.
2.
The information contained in this manual is subject to change without notice.
3.
If you find any errors or omissions in this document, please contact Digital Electronics Corporation to report your
findings.
4.
Regardless of Clause 3 above, Digital Electronics Corporation shall not be held responsible for any damage,
losses or third-party damage resulting from the use of this product.
Product names used in this manual are the trademarks / registered trademarks of their respective owners.
© 2006 Digital Electronics Corporation. All rights reserved.
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Essential Safety Precautions
All safety-related procedures stated in this document must be followed to operate the PS-A correctly and safely. Be sure to
read this and any related documents thoroughly to understand the correct operation and functions of the PS-A unit.
Safety Icons
Throughout this manual, these icons provide essential safety information for PS-A operation procedures requiring special
attention. These icons indicate the following levels of danger:
Indicates situations where severe bodily injury, death or major equipment
damage can occur.
Indicates situations where slight bodily injury or minor equipment damage can
occur.
Indicates actions or procedures that should NOT be performed.
Indicates actions or procedures that MUST be performed to ensure correct
unit operation.
System Design
Do not create PS-A touch panel switches that could possibly endanger the safety of personnel or equipment. A malfunction of the PS-A unit, its I/O unit(s), cable(s), or other related equipment can cause unexpected output signals, leading to a serious accident. Be sure to design all important machine operation
switches so they are operated via a separate control system, and not via the PS-A.
Do not create PS-A touch panel switches to control machine safety operations, such as an emergency
stop switch. Install these switches as separate hardware switches, otherwise severe bodily injury or
equipment damage can occur.
Be sure to design your system so that a communication fault between the PS-A and its host controller will
not cause equipment to malfunction. This is to prevent any possibility of bodily injury or equipment damage.
Do not use the PS-A as a warning device for critical alarms that can cause serious operator injury,
machine damage or can halt system operation. Critical alarm indicators and their control/activator units
must be designed using stand-alone hardware and/or mechanical interlocks.
Do not use the PS-A with aircraft control devices, aerospace equipment, central trunk data transmission
(communication) devices, nuclear power control devices, or medical life support equipment, due to these
devices’ inherent requirements of extremely high levels of safety and reliability.
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When using the PS-A with transportation vehicles (trains, cars, and ships), disaster and crime prevention
devices, various types of safety equipment, and medical devices that are not life-support related, use
redundant and/or failsafe system designs to ensure proper reliability and safety.
After the PS-A unit’s backlight burns out the touch panel is still active, unlike the PS-A unit’s “Standby
Mode”. If the operator fails to notice that the backlight is burned out and touches the panel, a potentially
dangerous machine operation error can occur. Therefore, do not create PS-A unit touch panel switches
that may cause injury and/or equipment damage.
If your PS-A unit’s backlight suddenly turns OFF, use the following steps to determine if the backlight is
actually burned out.
1) If the PS-A unit’s “Backlight Control” is not set and the screen has gone blank, your backlight is burned
out.
2) If the PS-A unit’s “Backlight Control” is set to Standby Mode and the screen has gone blank, and touching the screen or performing another input operation does not cause the display to reappear, your
backlight is burned out.
Handling
Do not modify the PS-A unit. Doing so may cause a fire or an electric shock.
Do not operate the PS-A in an environment where flammable gases are present, since it may cause an
explosion.
Wiring
To prevent an electric shock be sure to disconnect your PS-A unit’s power cord from the power supply
before wiring the PS-A.
Do not use voltage beyond the PS-A unit’s specified range. Doing so may cause a fire or an electric
shock.
Maintenance
Do not connect or disconnect Host and PS-A unit communication cables while the PS-A is turned ON.
The PS-A uses a lithium battery for backing up its internal clock data and the battery may explode if it is
replaced incorrectly. When replacement is required, use a Pro-face-designated replacement product.
SEE
7.6 Replacing the Internal Battery (page7-15)
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Installation
Be sure all cable connectors are securely attached to the PS-A unit. A loose connection may cause
incorrect input or output signals.
Wiring
Be sure to ground the PS-A unit’s FG wire separately from other equipment FG lines. Also, be sure to use
a grounding resistance of 100Ω or less and a 2mm2 or thicker wire, or your country’s applicable standard.
Otherwise, electric shock or malfunctions may result.
Be sure to use only the designated torque to tighten the PS-A unit’s terminal block screws. If these screws
are not tightened firmly, it may cause a short-circuit, fire or incorrect unit operation.
Be sure that metal particles and wiring debris do not fall inside the PS-A unit. They can cause a fire,
malfunction or incorrect unit operation.
Maintenance
Do not reset or turn the PS-A OFF, or insert or remove the CF Card while the PS-A unit’s CF Card or hard
disk is being accessed. Otherwise, CF Card and the hard disk internal data may be damaged or lost.
Unit Disposal
When the product is disposed of, it should be done so according to your country’s regulations for similar
types of industrial waste.
General Safety Precautions
Do not press on the PS-A unit’s display with excessive force or with a hard object, since it can damage the
display. Also, do not press on the touch panel with a pointed object, such as the tip of a mechanical pencil
or a screwdriver, since doing so can damage the touch panel.
Do not install the PS-A where the ambient temperature exceeds the specified range. Doing so may cause
a unit malfunction.
To prevent abnormally high temperatures from occurring inside the PS-A, do not restrict or block the PS-A
unit’s rear-face ventilation slots.
Do not operate the PS-A in areas where large, sudden temperature changes can occur. These changes
can cause condensation to form inside the PS-A, possibly causing it to malfunction.
Do not allow water, liquids or metal fragments to enter inside the PS-A unit’s case, since they can cause
either a malfunction or an electric shock. For use in Pollution Degree 2 environment.
Do not operate or store the PS-A in locations where it can be exposed to direct sunlight, high
temperatures, excessive dust, moisture or vibration.
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Do not operate or store the PS-A where chemicals evaporate, or where chemicals are present in the air.
Corrosive chemicals
Flammable chemicals
: Acids, alkalines, liquids containing salt
: Organic Solvents
Do not use paint thinner or organic solvents to remove dirt or oil from the PS-A unit’s surface. Instead, use
a soft cloth moistened with a diluted neutral detergent.
Do not use or store the PS-A in areas with direct sunlight, since the sun’s ultraviolet rays may cause the
LCD’s quality to deteriorate.
Do not store the PS-A in an area where the temperature is lower than that recommended in the PS-A
unit’s specifications. Doing so may cause the LCD display’s liquid to congeal, which can damage the LCD.
Also, if the storage area’s temperature becomes higher than the specified level, the LCD’s liquid may
become isotropic, causing irreversible damage to the LCD. Therefore, only store the PS-A in areas where
temperatures are within the PS-A unit’s specifications.
After turning OFF the PS-A, be sure to wait a few seconds before turning it ON again. The PS-A may not
operate correctly if it is restarted too quickly.
Due to the possibility of unexpected accidents, be sure to back up the PS-A unit’s data regularly.
LCD Panel Usage Precautions
• The LCD panel’s liquid contains an irritant. If the panel is damaged and any of this liquid contacts your skin,
immediately rinse the area with running water for at least 15 minutes. If the liquid gets in your eyes, immediately rinse
your eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes and consult a doctor.
• The PS-A unit’s LCD screen may flicker or show unevenness in the brightness of certain images or at some contrast
settings. This is an LCD characteristic and not a product defect.
• Some LCD screens may have differences in brightness and tone. Please be aware of this difference when using multiple units side by side.
• Depending on the ambient temperature, LCD screens may sometimes look whitish (at high temperatures) or blackish
(at low temperatures). This is an LCD characteristic and not a product defect.
• Some of PS-A unit’s LCD screens may contain black and white colored pixels. This is an LCD characteristic and not a
product defect.
• Extended shadows, or “Crosstalk” may appear on the LCD screen. This is an LCD characteristic and not a product defect.
• The color displayed on the PS-A unit’s LCD screen may appear different when seen from outside the specified viewing
angle. This is an LCD characteristic and not a product defect.
• When the same image is displayed on the PS-A unit’s screen for a long period, an afterimage may appear when the
image is changed. If this happens, turn off the PS-A, wait 10 seconds and then restart the unit. This is an LCD
characteristic and not a product defect.
• To prevent an afterimage:
• Set the PS-A unit’s display OFF feature when you plan to display the same screen image for a long period of time.
• Change the screen image periodically and try to not display the same image for a long period of time.
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Information Symbols
This manual uses the following icons:
Indicates a warning or a product limitation. Be sure to follow the instructions
given with this icon to ensure the safe operation of the PS-A.
Contains additional or useful information.
(1) (2)
Indicates steps used to accomplish a given task.
Be sure to follow these steps in the order they are written.
*
Indicates useful or important supplemental information.
SEE
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Indicates pages containing related information.
Package Contents
The following items are included in the PS-A unit’s package. Before using the PS-A, please check that all items listed
here are present.
PS-A Unit (1)
Installation Guide (1)
Installation Fasteners (4/set)
Installation
Guide
Installation Gasket (1)
(Attached to the PS-A unit)
USB Holder (2) sets
(USB Holder (1) + USB Cover (2)) x 2
Power Plug (1)
(Attached to the PS-A unit)
AC type 5.08mm
[0.2 in.] pitch
Power Cord for the AC Type(1)
DC type 7.62mm
[0.3 in.] pitch
• The power cord for the AC type is designed only for AC100V use. If using other
voltages, you should use a different cord in conformity with that voltage.
• The power cord for the AC type is designed exclusively for this product and it cannot be
used for other electric devices.
• The power cord for the DC type is not included in the DC type package contents.
• If your PS-A unit contains a built-in accessory, that accessory’s Installation Guide will also be
included in the PS-A’s packing box. Please check that all items normally included with that
accessory are also included in this box.
This unit has been carefully packed, with special attention to quality. However, should you find anything damaged or
missing, please contact your local PS-A distributor immediately.
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UL/CSA Approval
The following models are UL/CSA listed products. (UL File No. E220851, CSA File No.219866)
Product Model No.
UL/CSA Registration Model No.
PS3650A-T41
3480801-02
PS3651A-T41
3480801-01
PS3650A-T41-24V
3480801-12
PS3651A-T41-24V
3480801-11
These models conform to the following standards:
• UL508
Industrial Control Equipment
• CSA-C22.2, No.142-M1987
Process Control Equipment
<Cautions>
Be aware of the following items when building the PS-A into an end-use product:
• The PS-A unit’s rear face is not approved as an enclosure. When building the PS-A unit into an end-use product, be
sure to use an enclosure that satisfies standards as the end-use product’s overall enclosure.
• The PS-A unit should be mounted on a flat surface of a Type 4X (Indoor Use Only) and/or Type 12 Enclosure.
• The PS-A unit must be used indoors only.
• Install and operate the PS-A with its front panel facing outwards.
• If the PS-A is mounted so as to cool itself naturally, be sure to install it in a vertical panel. Also, it’s recommended that
the PS-A should be mounted at least 50 mm [1.97 in.] away from any other adjacent structures or machine parts. The
temperature must be checked on the final product in which the PS-A is installed.
CE Marking
PS3650A-T41/PS3651A-T41 are CE marked products that conform to EMC directives and Low-voltage directive
EN55011 Class A, EN61000-6-2, and EN60950.
PS3650A-T41-24V/PS3651A-T41-24V are CE marked products that conform to EMC directives EN55011 Class A and
EN61000-6-2.
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FCC Statement
United States FCC Part 15, Subpart B, Class A EMI Compliance Statement:
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the
user will be required to correct the interference at his or her own expense.
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Contents
Preface...................................................................................................................... 1
Essential Safety Precautions ................................................................................... 2
Information Symbols ................................................................................................ 6
Package Contents .................................................................................................... 7
UL/CSA Approval ..................................................................................................... 8
CE Marking .............................................................................................................. 8
FCC Statement ........................................................................................................ 9
Contents.................................................................................................................. 10
Chapter 1
Introduction
1.1 Prior to Operating the PS-A Unit..................................................................... 1-2
1.1.1 Front Access Mask ...............................................................................................1-3
1.1.2 Power Supply........................................................................................................1-3
1.2 System Design................................................................................................ 1-4
1.3 Accessories .................................................................................................... 1-5
1.4 Part Names and Functions ............................................................................. 1-6
Chapter 2
Specifications
2.1 General Specifications .................................................................................... 2-2
2.1.1 Electrical ...............................................................................................................2-2
2.1.2 Environmental .......................................................................................................2-2
2.1.3 Structural...............................................................................................................2-4
2.2 Performance Specifications ............................................................................ 2-5
2.2.1 Performance Specifications ..................................................................................2-5
2.2.2 Display ..................................................................................................................2-6
2.2.3 Touch Panel ..........................................................................................................2-6
2.2.4 Expansion Slot ......................................................................................................2-6
2.3 Interface Specifications................................................................................... 2-7
2.3.1 Serial Interfaces (COM1) ......................................................................................2-7
2.3.2 RAS Interface........................................................................................................2-9
2.4 Dimensions ................................................................................................... 2-10
2.4.1 PS-3650A External Dimensions..........................................................................2-10
2.4.2 PS-3651A External Dimensions..........................................................................2-12
2.4.3 Panel Cut Dimensions ........................................................................................2-13
2.4.4 Installation Fasteners..........................................................................................2-13
2.4.5 Dimensions attached RS-232C/RS-485 exchangeable unit ...............................2-14
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Chapter 3
Hardware Installation
3.1 Installation....................................................................................................... 3-2
3.1.1 Installation Procedures .........................................................................................3-2
3.2 Wiring Precautions.......................................................................................... 3-7
3.2.1 Connecting the Power Cord..................................................................................3-7
3.2.2 Connecting the Power Supply ............................................................................ 3-11
3.2.3 Grounding ...........................................................................................................3-12
3.2.4 I/O Signal Line Placement ..................................................................................3-12
3.3 Peripheral Devices Installation...................................................................... 3-13
3.3.1 Main Memory Installation ....................................................................................3-13
3.3.2 PCI Board Installation .........................................................................................3-15
3.3.3 PCMCIA (PC Card) Installation/Removal ...........................................................3-17
3.3.4 CF Card Insertion/Removal ................................................................................3-18
3.3.5 USB Holder Attachment/Removal.......................................................................3-20
Chapter 4
System Setup
4.1 Setup Procedures ........................................................................................... 4-2
4.2 System Parameters ........................................................................................ 4-4
4.2.1 Main ......................................................................................................................4-4
4.2.2 Advanced ..............................................................................................................4-6
4.2.3 Intel .....................................................................................................................4-17
4.2.4 Security ...............................................................................................................4-27
4.2.5 Boot ....................................................................................................................4-28
4.2.6 Exit ......................................................................................................................4-29
Chapter 5
Setting up Software
5.1 Software Configuration ................................................................................... 5-2
5.2 Setting Up Your PS-A Unit .............................................................................. 5-2
5.2.1 Setting Up an HDD with no Pre-installed OS........................................................5-2
5.2.2 Setting Up an HDD with Pre-installed OS.............................................................5-4
5.3 PS-A Dedicated Software ............................................................................... 5-6
5.3.1 Driver ....................................................................................................................5-6
5.3.2 Special Application Program Features..................................................................5-8
5.4 Cautions When Using Windows® 2000/Windows® XP................................ 5-11
5.4.1 Automatic System Log-on Setup ........................................................................ 5-11
5.4.2 Uninterrupted Power Supply System (UPS) ....................................................... 5-11
5.4.3 Changing System Settings .................................................................................5-12
5.4.4 NTFS File System Conversion............................................................................5-12
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Chapter 6
PS-A Monitoring Features
6.1 RAS Features ................................................................................................. 6-2
6.1.1 RAS Features .......................................................................................................6-2
6.2 Setting Menus................................................................................................. 6-8
6.3 Monitoring the PS-A Status........................................................................... 6-10
6.3.1 Description ..........................................................................................................6-10
6.3.2 Setup Procedure .................................................................................................6-10
6.4 Checking the Status of the PS-A Being Monitored ....................................... 6-14
6.4.1 Description ..........................................................................................................6-14
6.4.2 Setup Procedure .................................................................................................6-14
6.5 Checking the Error Log List .......................................................................... 6-15
6.5.1 Description ..........................................................................................................6-15
6.5.2 Setup Procedure .................................................................................................6-16
6.6 Monitoring Errors from a Remote Server...................................................... 6-18
6.6.1 Description ..........................................................................................................6-18
6.6.2 System Configuration..........................................................................................6-19
6.6.3 Monitoring using Pro-Server with Pro-Studio or Pro-Server EX..........................6-23
6.7 Restarting/Shutting Down the PS-A from a Remote Server ......................... 6-25
6.7.1 Description ..........................................................................................................6-25
6.7.2 Setup Procedure .................................................................................................6-26
6.8 Setup Guide for the System Monitor Property .............................................. 6-27
6.8.1 Voltage / Fan / Temperature / Backlight / SMART / DIN0 / DIN1 ........................6-28
6.8.2 Remote RAS .......................................................................................................6-29
6.8.3 Watchdog Timer..................................................................................................6-30
6.8.4 Remote Reset .....................................................................................................6-31
6.9 Setup Guide for the System Monitor Screen ................................................ 6-32
6.9.1 Voltage / Fan / Temperature / Backlight / Watchdog Timer .................................6-33
6.9.2 SMART ...............................................................................................................6-34
6.10 Error Messages ............................................................................................ 6-35
6.11 Restrictions ................................................................................................... 6-38
Chapter 7
Maintenance
7.1 Cleaning the Display....................................................................................... 7-2
7.2 Cleaning the Fan Filter ................................................................................... 7-3
7.3 Periodic Inspection Items................................................................................ 7-5
7.4 Replacing the Installation Gasket ................................................................... 7-6
7.5 Replacing the Backlight .................................................................................. 7-8
7.5.1 Procedure for replacing the backlight of PS-3650A ..............................................7-9
7.5.2 Procedure for replacing the backlight of PS-3651A ............................................7-12
7.6 Replacing the Internal Battery ...................................................................... 7-15
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Chapter 8
Troubleshooting
8.1 Problems and Countermeasures .................................................................... 8-2
8.2 Recovery Procedure ....................................................................................... 8-5
8.2.1 PS-A with no Pre-installed OS ..............................................................................8-5
8.2.2 PS-A with Pre-installed OS (Windows® 2000/Windows® XP) .............................8-5
Appendices
1
I/O Map ...........................................................................................................A-2
2
Memory Map ...................................................................................................A-3
3
Interrupt Map ..................................................................................................A-4
4
License Agreement .........................................................................................A-5
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1
Introduction
1. Prior to Operating the PS-A Unit
2. System Design
3. Accessories
4. Part Names and Functions
This chapter describes peripheral devices that can be connected to PS-A Series units along with the name and
functions of each part.
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PS-3650A / PS-3651A User Manual
1.1 Prior to Operating the PS-A Unit
The following procedures are prior to use the PS-A unit.
Connect Peripheral Devices
Connect the display unit and any optional devices.
SEE
Connect Power
1.2 System Design (page1-4)/
1.3 Accessories (page1-5)
Connect the PS-A unit’s power cord to AC Interconnection and turn the power switch ON.
SEE
3.2 Wiring Precautions (page3-7)
Configure the PS-A unit’s BIOS.
Set Up the System
SEE
4.1 Setup Procedures (page4-2)
[When PS-A has no preinstalled OS]
[When PS-A has preinstalled OS]
Install a commercial OS
in your PS-A. For how to
setup the OS, refer to
the manual provided
with the product.
Install an OS
Install Driver
Install Required Device Drivers
Install Required Software
Install all required software. For software installation instructions, refer to the manual provided
with that product.
Install the PS-A Unit
• After hardware setup is completed, the OS must be used to create partitions and
format (initialize) the HDD before any data or applications can be saved to the
hard disk drive. For details concerning these procedures, refer to the OS
manufacturer’s instruction manual.
• Whenever you turn the PS-A unit’s power OFF, wait until the internal HDD stops
spinning (approximately 5 seconds) before turning the power ON again.
• The PS-A’s hard disk is designed for use with the Windows® 2000, Windows® XP.
Other operating systems do not support this driver software, etc.
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Chapter 1 Introduction
1.1.1
Front Access Mask
When you open the front maintenance hatch of the front unit, there are USB ports and a reset switch. If you
want to prevent unwilling or unintentional accesses, change the DipSW settings to mask access from reset
from the front side or the USB ports.
See the following for the place of the DipSW.
2.3 Interface Specifications „ Switch (page2-7)
SEE
1.1.2
Power Supply
About states of PS-A’s power supply, there are three kinds of states, which are No Energization, Active State
(Normal), and Soft OFF State*1. Each state is outlined in the following.
Power State :
No Energization
Active State (Normal)
Soft OFF
Screen of PS-A :
OFF
ON
OFF
Power LED
OFF
Green Lighting
Green Blinking
:
PS-As
power On
PS-A’s system
activated
Shut down by
Windows program
System
Stop
Reset Switch ON
Power Switch OFF,
Remove Power
Cable
*1
for Normal State
for No Energization
State
The Soft OFF refers to the state that Windows® has been shut down and the power is provided only for
the electric circuit to boot system. This Soft OFF State is different from what is System Standby set by
Windows®.
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1.2 System Design
Bottom of PS-A unit
Side of PS-A unit
Front of PS-A unit
PS-3650A/PS-3651A
Inside PS-A unit
The following diagram illustrates the standard range of items that can be connected to the unit.
IDE Connector
HDD Unit*¹*²
Main Memory
Connector
DIM Module*¹*²
Peripherals
(commercial type)
COM1
Serial Cable
RAS Connector
RAS Cable (Your own cable)
LAN Connector
(2 ports)
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
Cable (commercial type)
Hub
Central Network Line
Speaker Out Connector
Speaker
Pin-jack Cable
(commercial type)
CF Card Slots
(1 port, TypeII)
Expansion Board
Slot *³ (1 port)
PCMCIA Slot
(1 port)
CF
CF Cards*²
PCI Board
(commercial type)
PCMCIA Card
(commercial type)
CF
CF Cards*²
CF Card Adaptor*²
USB Connectors
(4 ports)
USB 2.0 or 1.1 Compatible
Peripherals(commercial type)
USB HDD/DVD-RW etc.
USB Connector
(1 port)
USB 1.1 Compatible
Peripherals(commercial type)
USB Key Board
USB Mouse etc.
*1 Built-in accessory only
*2 The Pro-face's optional devices used with the PS-A. Please refer to “1.3 Accessories”for details.
*3 PS-3651A does not have an expansion board slot. PS-3650A only does.
• This diagram shows only the PS-A’s internal layout and connectable devices. The
user’s actual design may differ.
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Chapter 1 Introduction
1.3 Accessories
All accessories listed here are produced by Pro-face.
„ Optional Item
Product Name
Model No.
Description
PSA-DDR512
Memory module 512MB
PSA-DDR1G
Memory module 1GB
PS365XA-HD40
HDD Unit mounted a Type 2.5 Hard Disk
(40GB without OS)
CA3-CFCALL/128MB-0
Type 1 128MB
CA3-CFCALL/256MB-0
Type 1 256MB
CA3-CFCALL/512MB-0
Type 1 512MB
CA6-CFCALL/1GB-01
Type 1 1GB
PL-RC500
Unit for converting the RS-232C I/F to RS485 I/F.
DIM module
Hard Disk Unit
CF Card
RS-232C/RS-485
conversion unit
„ Maintenance Items
Product Name
Model No.
Description
Installation Fastener
CA3-ATFALL-01
Used to install the PS-A into a solid panel
(4 pieces per a set).
Installation Gasket
CA3-WPG12-01
Provides dust and moisture resistance
when PS-A is installed into a solid panel.
Replacement Backlight
CA5-BLU12XGA-01
Backlight for replacement
Protective panel sheet
CA5-DFS10-01
Disposable sheet that protects the PS-A
unit’s screen from dust.
(5 sheets/set) (Hard type)
DC Power Supply
Connector (Straight)
CA7-DCCNL-01
DC Power Supply Connector
(5 connectors/set)
AC Power Supply
Connector (Straight)
CA7-ACCNL-01
AC Power Supply Connector
(5 connectors/set)
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1.4 Part Names and Functions
The following images are of a PS-3650A/PS-3651A unit.
A: Display
B: Touch Panel
C: Power LED / RAS Status lamp (POWER)
A,B
C
D
This status LED indicates the power current and
operation status. The following table shows the
display colors and corresponding status.
LED
E
Front
(Common in PS-3650A / PS-3651A)
I
J
K
L
PS-A Status
Green (lit)
Normal operation (power is ON).
Green
(blinking)
System is NOT running (Soft
OFF state).
Orange (lit)
System monitor error / Touch
panel SELF TEST error.
Orange/ Red
(blinking)
Backlight error.
Off
Power is OFF.
D: HDD/IDE Access lamp (DISK)
F
G
H
M
LED
PS-A Status
Green (lit)
Access to HDD or IDE.
Off
No access to HDD or IDE.
E: Front Cover
Inside, there is a Hardware Reset Switch (RESET)
and a USB Interface 1 port (corresponding to USB
Ver.1.1).
Rear
F: Power switch
(PS3650A-T41)
AC type only (PS3650A-T41/PS3651A-T41)
I
J
K
G: Power supply connector
L
For connection, put a power plug (included) into the
power cable.
H: Mask Cover
G
I: RS-232C/485 conversion unit hook holes
J: Expansion Board Base
H
K: Expansion Board Cover
L: Expansion Board Support
M
M: Fan Cover
N: Memory Slot Cover
Rear
(PS3650A-T41-24V)
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Chapter 1 Introduction
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P: USB Interface (USB)
4 ports, USB 2.0 Compatible.
P
Q
Left Side
Uses a “TYPE-A” connector.
Power supply voltage
5V DC ±5%
Output current
Each port:
500mA(max.)
4 ports total:
500mA(max.)
Maximum
communication distance
5m
(PS-3650A)
Q: PCMCIA Slot Cover
P
Q
Left Side
(PS-3651A)
R S
T
U
V
R: Ethernet Interface (LAN)
This interface corresponds to IEEE802.3, the
Ethernet protocol (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX). It
uses a modular jack connector which is RJ-45 type
(Octupole).
W
S: Speaker Output Interface
Bottom
(PS-3650A)
It connects to the Speaker.
T: RAS interface (RAS)
U: Serial Interface (COM1)
(R1/+5V Switching available)
R
S
T
U
Bottom
(PS-3651A)
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V: CF Card Cover
W: Expansion Slot
This is a slot that is mounted on a PCI board.
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Specifications
1. General Specifications
2. Performance Specifications
3. Interface Specifications
4. Dimensions
This chapter describes the general, functional and interface specifications of the PS-A as well as its part
names and dimensions.
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2.1 General Specifications
2.1.1
Electrical
PS3650A-T41
PS3651A-T41
PS3650A-T41-24V
PS3651A-T41-24V
Input Voltage
AC100/240V
DC24V
Rated Voltage
AC85 to 265V
DC19.2 to 28.8V
50/60Hz
-
Allowable
Voltage Drop
1 cycle or less (Voltage drop
interval must be 1s or more.)
5ms (max.)
Power
Consumption
PS-3650A:110VA (100W) (max.)
PS3651A:95VA (50W) (max.)
PS-3650A:80W or less
PS-3651A:40W or less
For AC100V (Ambient
temperature): 30A (max.)
For AC240V (Ambient
temperature): 50A (max.)
30A (max.) (Ambient
Temperature)
AC1500V 20mA for 1 minute
(between charging and FG
terminals)
AC1000V 20mA for 1 minute
(between charging and FG
terminals)
Rated Frequency
Power
Supply
In-Rush Current
Voltage Endurance
Insulation Resistance
2.1.2
Environmental
Surrounding Air
Temperature
Physical
Storage Temperature
PS-3651A
0°C to 50°C HDD: 5 to 50°C
0°C to 50°C HDD: 5 to 45°C
-20 to +60°C
10%RH to 90%RH
(Not condensing, wet bulb temperature: 39°C or less. Wet bulb
temperature with HDD: 29°C or less.)
Storage Humidity
10%RH to 90%RH
(Not condensing, wet bulb temperature: 39°C or less.)
Pollution Degree
Corrosive gas
Mechanical
PS-3650A
Ambient Humidity
Dust
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DC500V 10MΩ(min.) (between charging and FG terminals)
Free of dust
For use in Pollution Degree 2 environment
Free of corrosive gas
Atmosphere (Using
height)
800 to 1114hPa
(-300 to 2000m)
Vibration Resistance
<When not using HDD>
IEC61131-2 compliant
5Hz to 9Hz single-amplitude 3.5mm [0.14 in.]
9Hz to 150Hz constant-accelerated velocity 9.8m/s2
X, Y, Z directions 10 cycle (100 minutes)
<When using HDD>
4.9m/s2 10Hz to 25Hz X, Y, Z directions (30min. each)
Electrical
Chapter 2 Specifications
AC type
Noise Voltage: 1,500Vp-p (via noise simulator)
Pulse Duration: 50ns, 500ns, 1µs
Rise Time: 1ns
DC type
Noise Voltage: 1,000Vp-p (via noise simulator)
Pulse Duration: 50ns, 500ns, 1µs
Rise Time: 1ns
Noise Immunity
(via noise simulator)
Electrostatic
Discharge Immunity
Noise Immunity
(Fast Transient Burst Noise)
6kV (complies with IEC61000-4-2 Level 3)
Power supply line : 2kV (IEC61000-4-4)
COM port: 1kV (IEC61000-4-4)
• When using any of the PS-A’s optional devices, be sure to check that device’s
specifications for any special conditions or cautions that may apply to its use.
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2.1.3
Structural
PS-3650A
PS-3651A
Grounding resistance of 100 Ω, 2mm or thicker wire, or your
country’s applicable standard. (Same for FG and SG terminals)
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Installation
Grounding
Structure
Rating*1: Equivalent to IP65f (Only not using Front USB)
figuration: Built-in type
Installation method: Embedding
Cooling Method
Forced cooling by fan
Natural air circulation
Weight
Approx. 4.5kg [9.9lb]
(unit only)
Approx. 3.8kg [8.4lb]
(unit only)
W313mm [12.32in.] × H239mm
[9.41in.] × D103mm [4.06in.]
W313mm [12.32in.] × H239mm
[9.41in.] × D60mm [2.36in.]
External
Dimensions
*1 The front face of the PS-A unit, installed in a solid panel, has been tested using conditions
equivalent to the standards shown in the specification. Even though the PS-A unit’s level of
resistance is equivalent to these standards, oils that should have no effect on the PS-A can
possibly harm the unit. This can occur in areas where either vaporized oils are present, or
where low viscosity cutting oils are allowed to adhere to the unit for long periods of time. If
the PS-A’s front face protection sheet becomes peeled off, these conditions can lead to the
ingress of oil into the PS-A and separate protection measures are suggested. Also, if nonapproved oils are present, it may cause deformation or corrosion of the front panel’s plastic
cover. Therefore, prior to installing the PS-A be sure to confirm the type of conditions that will
be present in the PS-A’s operating environment.
If the installation gasket is used for a long period of time, or if the unit and its gasket are removed from the panel, the original level of the protection cannot be guaranteed. To maintain
the original protection level, be sure to replace the installation gasket regularly.
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2.2 Performance Specifications
Performance Specifications
CPU
L2 Cache Memory
Main Memory
BIOS
PS-3650A
PS-3651A
Intel Celeron M320 (1.3GHz)
Intel ULV CeleronM (600MHz)
512KB (Built in the CPU)
S.O DIMM socket 256 to 1GB (PC2700)
FirstBIOS Embedded Pro (Phoenix Technologies Co.)
Graphics
Video Memory
Interface
2.2.1
XGA (1024 × 768 dots)
8 to 64MB (UMA method)
Serial
Interface
COM1: RS-232C
Corresponding to IEA-232
Connector: D-SUB 9 pin (plug) (5V/RI switching available)
Network
Interface
Ethernet 2 ports
(Corresponding to IEEE802.3, 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX automatic
switching SIDE)
Connector: Modular Jack (RJ-45)
USB
Interface
Front face: USB 1.1 (Low/ Full Speed 12 Mbps) × 1 port
Side face: USB 2.0 (High Speed 480 Mbps) × 4 ports
Connector: USB TYPE-A
Power supply voltage: 5V DC ±5%
Output current : Each port: 500mA (max.), Total 5 ports (Front and
Left): 500mA (max.)
The maximum communication distance: 5m
RAS
Interface
General Input 2ch (DIN1 can be used as Reset Input),
General Output 2ch
Connector: D-SUB 9 pin (socket)
Speaker
Output
Interface
Stereo Speaker output
Connector: Mini Pin Jack
IDE
PCMCIA
PCI
Clock Accuracy*1
Ultra ATA100
Primary Master: 2.5 inch HD slot
Primary Slave: CF card slot (Type II)
Corresponding to CARD BUS
(Excluding ZOOM VIDEO, SOUND functions)
PCI Rev. 2.2 (33MHz)
None
± 180 sec. / month (timing error depending on the situation at normal
temperature and power-off)
*1 The RTC clock built in the PS-A has a timing error. The range of the error will be between
+300 ~ -300 sec. / month, depending on the PS-A’s conditions such as lifetime usage or
temperature difference. If you use the PS-A in a system that is very dependent on timing,
adjust the clock in regular intervals.
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2.2.2
Display
Type
TFT Color LCD
Resolution
W1,024 x H768 pixels
Dot pitch
W0.24mm [0.01in.] x H0.24mm [0.01in.]
Effective Display Area
W245.76mm [9.68in.] x H184.32mm [7.26in.]
Color/Shade level
262,144 colors
Backlight
CFL (user replaceable)
Brightness control
4 levels of adjustment
Contrast Adjustment
View Angles
None
Horizontal Direction : 120 degrees, Vertical Direction: 100 degrees
(Contrast ratio: CR is 10 or greater, or TYP value)
50,000hrs.
(at 25°C and 65%RH (humidity))
Display Service Life
Backlight Service Life
2.2.3
50,000hrs. or more (at ambient temperature 25°C and continuous
operation - period until backlight brightness decreases to 50% or
backlight starts to flicker)
Touch Panel
Type
2.2.4
Resistive Film (analog)
Resolution
1024 x 1024
Service Life
1,000,000 times or more, Sweeping 100,000 times or more
Expansion Slot
Slot Type
PCI 2.2 (5V)
Size
Output Voltage
consumption current
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174.63mm [6.88in.] × 106.68mm [4.20in.]
DC5V
DC12V
DC-12V
DC3.3V
1.5A
0.5A
0.1A
0.5A
Chapter 2 Specifications
2.3 Interface Specifications
This section describes the specifications of each interface of the PS-A Series unit.
• The PS-A unit’s serial port is not isolated. When the host (PLC) unit is also not
isolated, be sure to connect the #5 SG (Signal Ground) terminal to reduce the risk
of damaging the RS-232C circuit.
• Inside the PS-A unit, the SG (Signal Ground) and FG (Frame Ground) terminals
are connected.
• When connecting an external device to the PS-A using the SG terminal, be sure
to check that no short-circuit loop is created when you setup the system.
2.3.1
Serial Interfaces (COM1)
This interface is used to connect an RS-232C (serial) cable. A D-sub 9-pin plug connector is used.
Use #4-40 (UNC) fixing clamps to fix the joint of the interspace.
Pin
Arrangement
5
Pin No.
Signal
Name
Direction
1
CD
Input
Carrier Detect
2
RD(RXD)
Input
Receive Data
3
SD(TXD)
Output
Send Data
4
ER(DTR)
Output
Data Terminal Ready
5
SG
-
6
DR(DSR)
Input
Data Set Ready
7
RS(RTS)
Output
Request to Send
8
CS(CTS)
Input
Send Possible
9
CI(RI)/5V
Input
Called status display/+5V Output
(Switching available*1)
Shell
FG
-
9
6
1
Meaning
Signal Ground
Frame Ground (Common with SG)
*1 By the switch on the board of the inside of the unit, it is available to change RI/5V.
„ Switch
The RI/5V change switch, corresponding to serial interface, is placed on the board which you opened the fan
cover or the memory slot cover. Refer to the following for more details of how to remove the fan cover or the
memory slot cover.
SEE
3.3.1 Main Memory Installation (page3-13)
• When you switch RI/5V, you must turn off the power supply for PS-A. Otherwise,
it will cause malfunction.
• Prior to the switching action, confirm the interface specification for the other side
of the connection. Otherwise, it will cause malfunction.
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<Magnified image>
DipSW
Main Memory
RI/5V Changeover Switch
<RI/5V change switch>
The switch can change “RI/5V” for the No.9 pin of a RS-232C. The factory setting is “RI”.
<Dip SW>
SW No.
Meaning
ON
OFF
Notes
Used for the system.
Reserved
Reserved
The factory setting is “OFF”.
4
Able to set up an
enabled/disabled state
for the hardware reset
switch.*1
Disabled
Enabled
The factory setting is “OFF”.
5
Used for the system.
Reserved
Reserved
The factory setting is “OFF”.
6
Able to set up an
enabled/disabled state
for the front USB.*2 *3
Enabled
Disabled
The factory setting is “ON”.
7
Able to change a Master/
Slave setting for CF card
slot.
Master
Slave
The factory setting is “OFF”.*4
8
Used for the system.
Reserved
Reserved
The factory setting is “OFF”.
1
2
3
*1 When selected “disabled” , it is impossible to reset the system while the system is running.
However it is possible to enter the reset switch while the system is NOT running (Soft OFF
state). See the following for the Soft OFF State:
SEE
1.1.2 Power Supply (page1-3)
*2 When selected “disabled”, the front USB cannot be used after you turn on the power of the PS-A.
*3 The front USB port is available for only Windows® 2000 and Windows® XP. Make sure to
disable the function of the setting when other OS used.
*4 When built in Pro-face’s Windows® XP Embedded, the factory setting is ON.
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2.3.2
RAS Interface
Types of sockets for D-sub 9 pins are listed below.
Use #4-40 (UNC) fixing clamps to fix the joint of the interspace.
Pin
Arrangement
1
Pin No.
Signal Name
1
+12V
2
DOUT 0 (+)
Data Output 0(+)
3
DOUT 1 (+)
Data Output 1(+)
4
DIN 0(+)
Data Input 0 (+)
5
DIN 1(+)
Data Input 1 (+)*1
6
9
5
Meaning
Output Current:100mA or less
Output Voltage: DC12V±5%
6
GND
SG (same as FG)
7
DOUT 0 (-)
Data Output 0 (-)
8
DOUT 1 (-)
Data Output 1 (-)
9
DINCOM
DIN GND Common
*1 DIN1(+) can be used as Remote Reset Input of RAS feature. The factory setting is General Purpose Signal Input.
„ General Input (DIN 0, 1)
INPUT VOLTAGE RANGE
DC12V to 24V
INPUT CURRENT
Below 10mA
INNER RESISTOR
3.6KΩ
INSULATION VOLTAGE
AC500V or more
INSULATION
Photocoupler
„ General Output (DOUT 0, 1)
OUTPUT VOLTAGE RANGE
DC24V
OUTPUT CURRENT
Below 120mA
INSULATION VOLTAGE
AC500V or more
INSULATION
Photocoupler
• For the circuit diagram, refer to "6.1.1 RAS Features".
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2.4 Dimensions
The following dimensions apply to PS-3650A/PS-3651A units.
(This figure shows an AC type. DC type has same dimensions.)
2.4.1
PS-3650A External Dimensions
Unit: mm [in.]
301[11.85]
103[4.06]
60[2.36]
5[0.20]
Top
Front
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227[8.94]
239[9.41]
313[12.32]
side
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„ Dimensions with installation fasteners
130[5.12]
130[5.12]
Front
side
130[5.12]
239[9.41]
249 [9.80]
Top
side
130[5.12]
Bottom
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2.4.2
PS-3651A External Dimensions
Unit: mm [in.]
301[11.85]
Top
60[2.36]
5[0.20]
239[9.41]
227[8.94]
313[12.32]
side
Front
„ Dimensions with installation fasteners
130[5.12]
130[5.12]
side
side
Front
130[5.12]
130[5.12]
Bottom
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239[9.41]
249[9.80]
Top
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2.4.3
Panel Cut Dimensions
Panel cut dimensions for both PS-3650A and PS-3651A are the same.
Unit: mm [in.]
+1
301.5 -0
+0.04
[11.87 -0
]
+0.04
227.5 +1 [ 8.96 -0
]
-0
under 4-R3 [0.12]
Installation Fasteners
Unit: mm [in.]
11[0.43]
16 [0.63]
16.6 [0.65]
M6
31 [1.22]
∅10[0.39]
2.4.4
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2.4.5
Dimensions attached RS-232C/RS-485 exchangeable unit
„ PS-3650A
Unit: mm [in.] (Except for protrudent objects and cable parts)
50.5[1.99]
60[2.36]
3 [0.12]
55[2.17]
„ PS-3651A
Unit: mm [in.] (Except for protrudent objects and cable parts)
50.5[1.99]
15.5[0.61]
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60[2.36] 3 [0.12]
55[2.17]
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Hardware
Installation
1. Installation
2. Wiring Precautions
3. Peripheral Devices Installation
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3.1 Installation
This section describes the procedures and precautions for installing the PS-A unit.
3.1.1
Installation Procedures
Follow the steps given below when installing the PS-A.
„ Check the Installation Gasket’s Seating
It is strongly recommended that you use the installation gasket, since it absorbs vibration in addition to
repelling water.
For the procedure for attaching the installation gasket, refer to the following.
SEE
7.4 Replacing the Installation Gasket (page7-6)
• Before installing the PS-A into a cabinet or panel, check that the installation gasket
is securely attached to the unit.
• A gasket which has been used for a long period of time may have scratches or dirt
on it, and could have lost much of its dust and drip resistance. Be sure to change
the gasket periodically (or when scratches or dirt become visible).
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„ Creating a Panel Cut
Create the correct sized opening required to install the PS-A, using the installation dimensions given.
The installation gasket and the installation fasteners are required when installing the PS-A.
SEE
2.4.3 Panel Cut Dimensions (page2-13)
Panel
Panel Cut
Area
• Check that the installation panel or cabinet’s surface is flat, in good condition and has no jagged
edges. Also, if desired, metal reinforcing strips can be attached to the inside of the panel, near
the Panel Cut, to increase the panel’s strength.
• Panel thickness should be from 1.6mm [0.06 in.] to 10.0mm [0.39 in.]. Decide the
panel’s thickness based on the level of panel strength required.
1.6mm [0.06 in.] to 10.0mm [0.39 in.]
• For easier maintenance, operation, and improved ventilation, be sure to install
the PS-A at least 50 mm [1.97 in.] away from adjacent structures and other equipment.
Unit: mm [in.]
50
[1.97]
50
[1.97]
50
[1.97]
50
[1.97]
50
[1.97]
50
[1.97]
50
[1.97]
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• Be sure that the ambient operation temperature and the ambient humidity are within
their designated ranges. When installing the PS-A on the panel of a cabinet or
enclosure, “Ambient operation temperature” indicates both the panel face and
cabinet or enclosure’s internal temperature.
Unit: mm [in.]
50 [1.97]
30[1.18]
Panel
face
30[1.18]
Inside of the
enclosure
• Be sure that heat from surrounding equipment does not cause the PS-A to exceed
its standard operating temperature.
• When installing the PS-A in a slanted panel, the panel face should not incline more
than 30°.
30° or less
• When installing the PS-A in a slanted panel, and the panel face inclines more than
30°, the ambient temperature must not exceed 40°C. You may need to use forced
air cooling (fan, A/C) to ensure the ambient operating temperature is 40°C or below.
• The PS-A Series unit does not support longitudinal mounting.
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„ Installing the PS-A
(1)
Insert the PS-A into the panel cut, as shown.
(2)
Insert the installation fasteners into the PS-A
insertion slots, at the top and bottom of the
unit. (total: 4 slots)
• Insert each installation
fastener securely into the
Slots
slot’s recess (shaded area).
•
Installation Panel
Hook
(3)
Insert each of the fasteners shown below.
Be sure to pull the fastener back until it is
flush with the rear of the attachment hole.
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(4)
Use a Phillips screwdriver to tighten each
fastener screw and secure the PS-A in
place.
• Tightening the screws with too much force can damage the PS-A unit’s plastic case.
• For the moisture resistance effect, the torque required to tighten these screws is 0.5
N•m.
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3.2 Wiring Precautions
This section describes the procedures and precautions for wiring power cords.
3.2.1
Connecting the Power Cord
To avoid an electric shock, prior to connecting the PS-A unit’s power cord terminals to the
power terminal block, confirm that the PS-A unit’s power supply is completely turned OFF,
via a breaker, or similar unit.
Supplying a power voltage other than that specified will damage the power source and the
PS-A unit.
Since there is no power switch on PS3650A-T41-24V/PS3651A-T41-24V, be sure to attach
a breaker-type switch to the power cord.
When the FG terminal is connected, be sure the wire is grounded.
• When the FG terminal is connected, be sure the wire is grounded. Not grounding
the PS-A unit will result in excess noise and vibration.
• The SG and FG terminals are connected internally in the PS-A unit.
When connecting the SG wire to another device, be sure that the design of the
system/connection does not produce a shorting loop.
„AC Connections
The PS-A units is designed to use AC100V to AC240V input. Supplying a power voltage
other than that specified will damage the power source and the PS-A unit.
• The power cord included in the package, is designed only for AC100V use.
Under other voltage situation, you should use a different cord in conformity with
the voltage.
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Power Cord Specifications
Power Cord Diameter
0.75 to 2.5mm2
(18 to 12 AWG)
Conductor Type
Simple or Stranded Wire*1
10mm[0.39in.]
Conductor Length
*1
If the Conductor’s end (individual) wires are not twisted correctly, the end
wires may either short against each other, or against an electrode.
• Use copper conductors only.
Wiring
When connecting the power cord, use the following items when performing wiring. (Items are made by
Phoenix Contact.*1)
Recommended Driver
SZS 0.6x3.5 (1205053)
Recommended Pin Terminals
AI 0.75-10GY (3201288)
AI 1-10RD (3200182)
AI 1.5-10BK (3200195)
AI 2.5-12BU (3200962)
Recommended Pin Terminal Crimp Tool
CRIMPFOX ZA3 (1201882)
• The power supply connector (plug) is CA7-ACCNL-01 (made by Pro-face) or FKC2.5/3*1
STF-5.08 (made by Phoenix Contact*1 ).
For details, please contact your local Phoenix Contact distributor.
Connecting the Power Cord
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(1)
Confirm that the power is not supplied to the PS-A unit.
(2)
Unplug the power connector from the rear of the PS-A unit.
(3)
Push the Opening button with a small and flat screw driver to open the desired pin hole.
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(4)
Insert each pin terminal into its each hole. Release the Opening button to clamp the pin place.
AC power supply cord
Opening Button
L
Black
N
White
FG
Green/Yellow
(5)
After inserting all three pins, insert the Power Plug into the Power Connector at PS-A. Fix the plug with
two (2) minus screws.
• Confirm that all wires are connected correctly.
• The torque required to tighten these screws is 0.5 to 0.6N•m.
• To prevent the possibility of a terminal short, use a pin terminal that has an
insulating sleeve.
„DC Connections
Power Cord Specifications
Power Cord Diameter
0.75 to 2.5mm2
(18 to 12 AWG)
Conductor Type
Simple or Stranded Wire*1
10mm[0.39in.]
Conductor Length
*1
If the Conductor’s end (individual) wires are not twisted correctly, the end
wires may either short against each other, or against an electrode.
• Use copper conductors only.
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Wiring
When connecting the power cord, use the following items when performing wiring. (Items are made by
Phoenix Contact.*1)
Recommended Driver
SZS 0.6x3.5 (1205053)
Recommended Pin Terminals
AI 0.75-10GY (3201288)
AI 1-10RD (3200182)
AI 1.5-10BK (3200195)
AI 2.5-12BU (3200962)
Recommended Pin Terminal Crimp Tool
CRIMPFOX ZA3 (1201882)
• The power supply connector (plug) is CA7-DCCNL-01 (made by Pro-face) or GFKC2,5/
3-STF-7,62 (made by Phoenix Contact*1).
*1
For details, please contact your local Phoenix Contact distributor.
Connecting the Power Cord
(1)
Confirm that the power is not supplied to the PS-A unit.
(2)
Unplug the power connector from the rear of the PS-A unit.
(3)
Push the Opening button with a small and flat screw driver to open the desired pin hole.
(4)
Insert each pin terminal into its hole. Release the Opening button to clamp the pin in place.
Power supply cord
Opening Button
L
N
FG
(5)
After inserting all three pins, insert the Power Plug into the Power Connector at PS-A. Fix the plug with
two (2) slot screws.
• The torque required to tighten these screws is 0.5 to 0.6N•m.
• To prevent the possibility of a terminal short, use a pin terminal that has an
insulating sleeve.
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3.2.2
Connecting the Power Supply
This section describes the precautions for supplying a power voltage.
Constant
Voltage
Transformer
• If the supplied voltage exceeds the PS-A unit’s range,
Twisted-pair cord
PS-A Unit
connect a constant voltage transformer.
FG
SEE
2.1.1 Electrical (page2-2)
• For between the line and ground or between the lines,
Twisted-pair cord
Insulating
Transformer
PS-A Unit
FG
select a power supply that is low in noise. If there is an
excess amount of noise, connect a insulating transformer.
• Use constant voltage and
insulating transformers with
PS-A Unit
Main Power
capacities of 200VA or more.
PS-A Power
Power
Input/Output
Input/Output
Unit
• When supplying power to the PS-A unit, please
separate the input/output and operation unit lines, as
shown.
• To increase the noise resistance quality of the power
Main
Power
PS-A
Power
cord, it is recommended to attach a ferrite core to the
PS-A Unit
T1
• The power supply cable must not be bundled or
T2
Power
Input/
Output
Main
Circuit
power cord.
Input/Output
Unit
positioned close to main circuit lines (high voltage,
Input/Output
Unit
• Connect a lightening surge absorber, as shown in the
Operation
Unit
high current), or input/output signal lines.
diagram, to deal with power surges.
• To avoid excess noise, make the power cord as short as
possible.
• Be sure to ground the surge
PS-A Unit
FG
E1
absorber (E1) separately from
the PS-A unit (E2).
• Select a surge absorber that has
E2
a maximum circuit voltage
Lightening Surge
Absorber
greater than that of the peak
voltage of the power supply.
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3.2.3
Grounding
This section describes the precautions for grounding the PS-A unit.
Do not use common grounding, since it can lead to an accident or machine breakdown.
• When supplying power to the PS-A unit, be sure to
(a) Exclusive Grounding (BEST)
separate the input/output and power lines, as shown.
PS-A Unit
Other
Equipment
[diagram (a)]
• Check that the grounding
resistance is 100Ω or less.
• FG and SG terminals are
internally connected in the PS-A.
When connecting an external
device to the PS-A using the SG
(b) Common Grounding (OK)
terminal, be sure to check that
PS-A Unit
Other
Equipment
no short-circuit loop is created
when you setup the system.
• The grounding wire should have
a cross sectional area of 2mm2
or greater. Create the connection
point as close to the PS-A unit as
possible, and make the wire as
(c)Common Grounding (Not OK)
PS-A Unit
short, as possible. When using a
Other
Equipment
long grounding wire, replace the
thin wire with a thicker wire, and
place it in a duct.
• If exclusive grounding is not possible, use a common
connection point. [diagram (b)]
• If the equipment does not function
properly when grounded, disconnect
the ground wire from the FG terminal.
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I/O Signal Line Placement
•
Input and output signal lines must be separated from the power control cables for operating circuits.
•
If this is not possible, use a shielded cable and ground the edge of the shield.
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3.3 Peripheral Devices Installation
A wide variety of optional units, DIM module, CF cards, manufactured by Pro-face and commercial
Expansion boards (PCI bus compatible board), PCMCIA (PC cards) can be used with the PS-A. (Expansion
boards are used only for PS-3650A.)
When installing the optional units, refer to each unit’s “Installation Guide”.
Be sure to confirm that power is not supplied to the PS-A unit before installing or removing
any optional units, DIM module, CF cards, or Expansion boards (PCI boards). Failure to do
so can result in an electric shock.
• If the PS-A unit is in the Soft OFF Status, power is supplied to a part of circuits
even when no screen is displayed. Be sure to confirm that a power cable is not
connected before installing or removing peripheral equipment.
• Use a screwdriver to loosen or tighten the screws. Be sure not to tighten screws
too tightly, since it may damage the unit.
• When removing or replacing screws, be careful that they do not fall inside the PSA unit’s chassis.
• When installing the PS-A unit, or when attaching an optional item to the PS-A
unit, do not hold the PS-A unit’s rear-face fan cover while performing the work.
Doing so may damage the fan cover or cause the cover to fall off.
3.3.1
Main Memory Installation
„ PS-3650A
(1)
Turn OFF the power switch of the PS-A and remove the power cable. Place the PS-A on a flat, level surface facing the display face downwards.
(2)
Unscrew the screws (2) as you see on the following figure, then remove the cooling fan.
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(3)
Install the main memory where the following figure shows. Insert the DIM module, which is an optional
product, into the connector completely in an oblique direction, then press it downward until it is locked
into the stopper.
Connector
Main Memory
2
Main Memory (DIM Module)
(4)
1
Stopper
Place back the cooling fan and fix with two screws. The torque required to tighten these screws is 0.5 to
0.6N•m.
„ PS-3651A
(1)
Turn OFF the power switch of the PS-A and remove the power cable. Place the PS-A on a flat, level surface facing the display face downwards.
(2)
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Unscrew the screws (2) as you see on the following figure, then remove the Memory slot cover.
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(3)
Install the main memory where the following figure shows. Insert the DIM module, which is an optional
product, into the connector completely in an oblique direction, then press it downward until it is locked
into the stopper.
Connector
Main Memory
2
Main Memory (DIM Module)
(4)
1
Stopper
Place back the Memory slot cover and fix with two screws. The torque required to tighten these screws
is 0.5 to 0.6N•m.
3.3.2
PCI Board Installation
A PCI board, which is sold on the market, can be installed on PS-3650A.
• The maximum size allowed for a PCI board is 174.63mm [6.88in.] × 106.68mm [4.2in.].
(1)
Turn OFF the power switch of the PS-A and remove the power cable. Place the PS-A on a flat, level surface facing the display face downwards
(2)
Unscrew a screw of the expansion board support and remove the expansion board support.
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(3)
Unscrew the expansion board cover’s screws (2) and remove the expansion board cover.
(4)
Unscrew a screw of the blank panel and take out the blank panel.
(5)
Insert the PCI board into the expansion board connector and place back the screw to fix the PCI board.
The torque required to tighten a screw is 0.5 to 0.6N•m.
PCI Board
(6)
Place back both of the expansion board cover and expansion board support. The torque required to
tighten each of the screws is 0.5 to 0.6N•m.
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3.3.3
PCMCIA (PC Card) Installation/Removal
(1)
Slacken a screw of PCMCIA slot on the side of the PS-A unit to move the cover.
Eject Button
PC Card
(2)
Press the eject button twice to remove the PC Card from the PCMCIA connector. (Pressing the eject button once causes its tip to come out. Pressing the eject button the second ejects the PC Card from the
PCMCIA slot.)
(3)
Place back the PCMCIA slot cover and tighten a screw.
• When using a PC Card with a cable attached, Pro-face recommends you use a clamp or
other type of device to prevent vibration from possibly dislodging the cable.
• When energizing to PS-A, be sure to stop the PS-A unit PC Card’s driver prior to removing the PC Card. A failure to stop this driver may result in damage to either the PC Card,
the PC Card’s data, or may cause Windows® to hang up. For information on the procedure for stopping the PC Card’s driver, please refer to your OS’ User Manual.
To install a PC Card Type III, unscrew the PCMCIA slot cover’s screw and remove the cover as shown below.
A
B
• Install the PC Card in the slot on the display side (A in the illustration). The slot on
the rear side (B in the illustration) does not support a PC card.
• Please keep the removed PCMCIA slot cover and screw with care.
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3.3.4
CF Card Insertion/Removal
When using the PS-A Unit and a CF Card, observe the following precautions:
Prior to inserting or removing a CF Card, be sure to confirm that the PS-A unit is turned
OFF. If you do not, CF Card internal data may be damaged or lost or the OS may stop.
While a CF Card is being accessed (Status LED: Blinking in green), NEVER turn OFF or
reset the PS-A, or insert or remove the CF Card. If you do not, CF Card internal data may
be damaged or lost.
Prior to inserting a CF Card, familiarize yourself with the CF Card’s front and rear face
orientation, as well as the CF Card connector’s position. If the CF Card is not correctly
positioned when it is inserted into the Multi Unit, the CF Card’s internal data, CF Card and
the PS-A unit may be damaged or broken.
Be sure to use only CF Cards manufactured by the Pro-face. The CF Card’s internal data
may be damaged when using another manufacturer’s CF Card.
Once PS-A data is lost, it cannot be recovered. Since accidental data loss can occur at any
time, be sure to back up all PS-A screen and CF Card data regularly.
Be sure to follow the instructions given below to prevent the CF Card’s internal data from
being destroyed or a CF Card malfunction from occurring:
• DO NOT bend the CF Card.
• DO NOT drop or strike the CF Card against another object.
• Keep the CF Card dry.
• DO NOT touch the CF Card connectors.
• DO NOT disassemble or modify the CF Card.
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„ Inserting the CF Card
Use the following steps to insert the CF Card in the PS-A.
(1)
Confirm that the PS-A is turned OFF.
(2)
Slacken a screw of the CF card cover and remove the CF card cover.
Screw
Eject Button
CF Card
(3)
Confirm two sides of the CF card and insert the CF card in the CF card slot. Push the eject button completely until the eject button is pushed forward.
(4)
Install the CF Card cover and fix it with a screw.
• Make sure that the CF card cover is closed when accessing the CF card.
• The torque required to tighten a screw is 0.5 to 0.6N•m.
„ Removing the CF Card
Confirm that the PS-A is turned OFF. Then, remove the CF card cover, press the eject button and carefully
remove the CF card. After removing the CF card, be sure to place back the CF card cover and fix the cover
with a screw.
„ Backup of CF Card
The CF Card has a data overwrite limit of approximately 100,000 times. Therefore, be sure to back up all CF
card data regularly to another storage media. (100,000 times assumes the overwriting of 500KB of data in
DOS format.)
< If your PC is equipped with a PC Card Slot >
(1)
Install the CF card into a CF Card Adapter (GP077-CFAD10) and insert it into a PC card slot of a personal computer.
(2)
Save the data of the CF Card with your personal computer.
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3.3.5
USB Holder Attachment/Removal
When using a USB device, attaching the USB holder to the USB Interface located on the side of the PS-A unit
prevents the USB cable Interface from becoming disconnected.
„ Attachment
(1)
Attach the USB holder to the USB Interface on the side of the PS-A unit.
Hook the upper pick of the USB holder to the attachment hole of the PS-A unit and then insert the lower
pick as shown below to fix the USB holder.
Pick
(2)
Insert the USB cable into the USB Interface.
USB Cable
(3)
Insert the USB cover into the tab of the USB holder to fix the USB cable.
Tab
USB Cover
In case of installing the second USB cable, repeat the steps (2) and (3).
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„ Removal
Remove USB Holder by the reverse procedures to the attachment procedures.
(1)
Lift up the tab of the USB holder and then remove the USB cover.
Tab
USB Cover
(2)
Remove the USB cable.
(3)
Remove the picks pushing the USB holder from both top and bottom and then remove the USB holder
from PS-A unit.
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4
System Setup
1. Setup Procedures
2. System Parameters
This chapter explains how to enter the PS-A system settings, as well as the cautions required both before and
during set up.
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4.1 Setup Procedures
The BIOS setting up procedures are the following.
• Normally, use only the factory (default) settings.
(1)
Connect a USB keyboard to the PS-A.
(2)
Turn the PS-A’s power ON.
(3)
After the boot-up screen comes up, press the [F2] key until the following screen appears.
Menu
KEYBOARD ACTION KEYS
Provides a summary of the keyboard keys used to carry out the set-up.
Help area
Shows the information of
the items you selected.
SYSTEM SETTING SELECTION AREA
Each of the titles (areas) listed here contains system setting items.
(4)
To use the [←] [→] arrow keys, change the menu contents. A setting screen of each system will be displayed.
(5)
To use the [↑] [↓] arrow keys, move up and down the cursor to select an item of the system, then confirm
it by the [Enter] key. Now you can set up the item you selected.
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„ BIOS Setup Screen Configuration
Main
)Page 4-4
Specify the drive/date.
Advanced
)Page 4-6
Set the system details.
Primary Master / Primary Slave
)Page 4-5
Display the information for the
connected devices.
Advanced Chipset Control
)Page 4-9
Set the chipset.
DDR SDRAM Configuration
)Page 4-10
Set the memory.
I/O Device Configuration
)Page 4-11
Set the I/O address/interrupt No.
Keyboard Features
)Page 4-12
Set the keyboard.
Cache Memory
)Page 4-13
Set the cache memory-related items.
PCI Configuration
)Page 4-14
Set PCI.
PCI/PNP ISA IRQ Resource Exclusion
)Page 4-15
Set the ISA IRQ.
DMI Event Logging
)Page 4-16
Set the DMI event logging options.
Intel
)Page 4-17
Set the system details.
CPU Control Sub-Menu
)Page 4-18
Set the CPU.
MCH Control Sub-Menu
)Page 4-19
Set the MCH.
MCH Power Management Sub-Menu
)Page 4-20
Set the chipset (MCH).
Video (Intel IGD) Control Sub-Menu
)Page 4-21
Set the display.
ICH Control Sub-Menu
)Page 4-22
Set the chipset (ICH).
Integrated Device Control Sub-Menu
)Page 4-23
Set the USB, LAN, and PCMCIA.
ACPI Control Sub-Menu
)Page 4-24
Set the ACPI.
APM Control Sub-Menu
)Page 4-25
Set the APM OS.
Workaround Control Sub-Menu
)Page 4-26
Set the APIC.
Security
)Page 4-27
Set the password/security options.
Boot
)Page 4-28
Specify the boot order of devices.
Exit
)Page 4-29
Exit the BIOS screen.
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4.2 System Parameters
Select the items to set up the system information. Here, we introduce the system parameters of each item.
• Normally, use only the factory (default) settings.
4.2.1
Main
System Time
Shows the time which the PS-A currently recognizes. Move the cursor by the [Tab] key and set a proper time
for the PS-A by the [Tab], [+] and [-] keys because the factory default setting is the Japan’s Standard Time
(GMT+09:00).
System Date
Shows the date which the PS-A currently recognizes. Set a proper date for the PS-A by the [+] and [-] keys.
Primary Master / Primary Slave
Displays the name of devices connected to the PS-A. Pressing the [Enter] key will call up the Parameter
settings menu.
SEE
„ Primary Master / Primary Slave (page4-5)
System Memory
Shows the capacity of the “System Memory”.
Extended Memory
Shows the capacity of the “Extended Memory”. It is the loaded memory - the size of the Video Memory 2048K byte.
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„ Primary Master / Primary Slave
Point out the cursor at the [Primary Master] or [Primary Slave] on the “Main screen”, and then press the
[Enter] key, so that the following screen is shown.
Type
Specifies a type of drive which you use. Select from [Auto], [None], [ATAPI Removable], [CD-ROM],
[IDE-Removable], [Other ATAPI], or [User]. The factory default type is [Auto].
Total Sectors
Shows the number of disk sectors connected to the unit.
Maximum Capacity
Shows the maximum capacity of the disk connected to the unit.
Multi Sector Transfers
Specifies the number of sectors per block, which are transferred to the memory. When the [Type] is [None],
nothing is displayed. In other cases, select from [Disabled], [2 Sectors], [4 Sectors], [8 Sectors], or [16 Sectors].
LBA Mode Control
Enables or disables the Logical Block Address (LBA) instead of the Cylinders, Headers, and Sectors. When
the [Type] is [None], nothing is displayed. In other cases, select from [Disabled] or [Enabled].
32 Bit I/O
Enables or disables the 32 bit transferring between CPU and IDE controller. The choice is [Enabled] or
[Disabled]. When the [Type] is [None], nothing is displayed.
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Transfer Mode
Specifies a method of transferring data. When the [type] is [None], nothing is displayed. In other cases, select
from [Standard], [Fast PIO 1], [Fast PIO 2], [Fast PIO 3], [Fast PIO 4], [FPIO 3/DMA 1], or [FPIO 4/DMA 2]
Ultra DMA Mode
Specifies a Ultra DMA mode for the Hard drive. When the [Type] is [None], nothing is displayed. In other
cases, select from [Disabled], [Mode 0], [Mode 1], [Mode 2], [Mode 3], [Mode 4], or [Mode 5].
4.2.2
Advanced
Installed O/S
Specifies a type of OS of the unit. Select from [Other], [Win95], [Win98], [WinMe], or [Win2K/XP]. The
factory default setting is [Win2K/XP].
Reset Configuration Data
Specifies whether you want to reset the Plug & Play information which is recorded in the Extended System
Configuration Data (ESCD) Block of the CMOS RAM, when the system boots up next time. The choice is
[Yes] or [No] and the factory default setting is [No].
Large Disk Access Mode
When you use UNIX or NetWare for OS, the setting should be [Other]. The choice is [DOS] or [Other] and
the factory default setting is [DOS].
Local Bus IDE adapter
Specifies an enabled/disabled state for the IDE controller. Select from [Both], [Primary], [Secondary], or
[Disabled]. The the factory default setting is [Primary].
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Advanced Chipset Control
Point the cursor to the [Advanced Chipset Control] and press the [Enter] Key, so that you can set up details.
SEE
„ Advanced Chipset Control (page4-9)
I/O Device Configuration
Point the cursor to the [I/O Device Configuration] and press the [Enter] Key, so that you can go to the Serial
Port Setting screen
SEE
„ I/O Device Configuration (page4-11)
Keyboard Features
Point the cursor to the [Keyboard Features] and press the [Enter] Key, so that you can go to the keyboard setup screen.
SEE
„ Keyboard Features (page4-12)
Cache Memory
Point the cursor to the [Cache Memory] and press the [Enter] Key, so that you can go to the set-up screen for
Cache Memory.
SEE
„ Cache Memory (page4-13)
PCI Configuration
Point the cursor to the [PCI Configuration] and press the [Enter] Key, so that you can go to the set-up screen
for PCI IRQ.
SEE
„ PCI Configuration (page4-14)
DMI Event Logging
Point the cursor to [DMI Event Logging] and press the [Enter] Key to go to the set-up screen for DMI event
logging.
SEE
„ DMI Event Logging (page4-16)
Disable ACPI_Sx
Specifies the API’s state. Select from [None] or [S1]. With this action, the selecting state will be enabled. The
factory default setting is [None].
Legacy USB Support
When the USB keyboard is used under DOS, specifies an enabled/disabled state for the USB. The choice is
[Enabled] or [Disabled]. The factory default setting is [Enabled].
Enable Memory gap
Specifies an enabled/disabled state for the Memory gap. The choice is [Enabled] or [Disabled]. The factory
default setting is [Disabled].
Summary screen
Specifies whether you need to display the Summary screen in running the daisy-chained devices. The choice
is [Enabled] or [Disabled]. The factory default setting is [Disable].
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QuickBoot Mode
Specifies whether the system boot-up should be “QuickBoot mode”. When the choice is [Disabled], it will
execute a system test at the system starting-up. The factory default setting is [Enabled].
Extended Memory Testing
Specifies whether a test for the Extended Memory needs to be executed at the system starting-up. The test
types are listed below. The factory default setting is [Just Zero it].
[Normal]
Normal test
[Just Zero it] Simple test
[None]
No test
Show CMOS Checksum Error
Specifies whether you need to display the errors in case CMOS Checksum Error occurs. The choice
is [Enabled] or [Disabled]. The factory default setting is [Disabled].
Power On Delay
Specify whether to set standby time before the system starts up. Select [Enabled] or [Disabled]. When
[Enabled] is selected, the system waits for 4 seconds before start-up. The factory default setting is [Disabled].
• When the unit is started up with a USB device such as connecting USB memory, the following
may occur depending on the device.
• It takes about one minute before the OS starts up.
• The PS-A does not recognize the USB device.
These problems may be solved by setting [Power On Delay] to [Enable].
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„ Advanced Chipset Control
Point the cursor to the [Advanced Chipset Control] on the [Advanced] screen and press the [Enter] Key, so
that the following screen will be displayed.
DDR SDRAM Configuration
Point the cursor to the [DDR SDRAM Configuration] and press the [Enter] Key, so that you can go to the
Memory Setting screen.
SEE
‹ DDR SDRAM Configuration (page4-10)
ECC Config
Specifies whether the ECC function for memory, which is a function of recovering errors, needs to be used.
This parameter is displayed only when memory with the ECC function is used. Select from [ECC] or
[Disabled]. The factory default setting is [Disabled].
ECC Error Type
Specifies the interruption setting when an ECC error occurs. This parameter is displayed only when memory
with the ECC function is used. Select from [None], [NMI], [SMI], or [SCI]. The factory default setting is
[SMI].
SERR signal condition
Specifies error bit(s) for ECC. This parameter is displayed only when memory with the ECC function is used.
Select from [None], [Single bit], [Multiple bit], or [Both]. The factory default setting is [Both].
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‹ DDR SDRAM Configuration
Point the cursor to the [DDR SDRAM Configuration] on the [Advanced Chipset Control] and press the
[Enter] Key, so that the following screen will be displayed.
DDR Speed
Specifies the clock frequency for the memory. Select from [Auto], [DDR200], [DDR266], or [DDR333]. The
factory default setting is [Auto].
Active to Precharge delay
Controls the timing of DRAM Precharge processing. Select from [Auto], [8Clocks], [7Clocks], [6Clocks], or
[5Clocks]. The factory default setting is [Auto].
SDRAM RAS# to CAS# Latency
Specifies the latency time for CAS. Select from [Auto], [2.5], or [2]. The factory default setting is [Auto].
RAS# to CAS Delay
Specifies a transfer timing from RAS to CAS. Select from [Auto], [4DDR SDRAM Clocks (DDR333
SDRAM)], [3DDR SDRAM Clocks], or [2DDR SDRAM Clocks]. The factory default setting is [Auto].
RAS# Precharge
Specifies the number of cycles of RAS precharge. Select from [Auto], [4DDR SDRAM Clocks (DDR333
SDRAM)], [3DDR SDRAM Clocks], or [2DDR SDRAM Clocks]. The factory default setting is [Auto].
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„ I/O Device Configuration
Point the cursor to the [I/O Device Configuration] on the [Advanced] screen and press the [Enter] Key, so that
the following screen will be displayed.
On board Serial Port 1
Specifies an enabled/disabled state for the COM1. Select from [Disabled] or [Enabled]. The factory default
setting is [Enabled]. In addition, the factory default setting for Base I/O Address is [3F8], and for Interrupt is
[IRQ 4].
On board Serial Port 2
Specifies an enabled/disabled state for the COM2. Select from [Disabled] or [Enabled]. The factory default
setting is [Enabled]. In addition, the factory default setting for Base I/O Address is [2F8], and for Interrupt is
[IRQ 3]. The COM2 is used in the system.
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„ Keyboard Features
Point the cursor to the [Keyboard Features] on the [Advanced Chipset Control] and press the [Enter] Key, so
that the following screen will be displayed.
NumLock
Specifies the NumLock status. Select from [Auto], [On], or [Off]. The factory default setting is [On].
KeyClick
Specifies an enabled/disabled state for the keyboard’s click sound. Select [Enabled] or [Disabled]. The factory
default setting is [Disabled].
Keyboard auto-repeat rate
Specifies the figures of how many times a key can input letters while being pressed for a second. Select from
[30/sec.], [26.7/sec.], [21.8/sec.], [18.5/sec.], [13.3/sec.], [10/sec.], [6/sec.], or [2/sec.]. The factory default
setting is [30/sec.].
Keyboard auto-repeat delay
Specifies a time duration until the auto-repeat function becomes enabled from a key is pressed. Select from
[1/4 sec.], [1/2 sec.], [3/4 sec.], or [1 sec.]. The factory default setting is [1/2 sec.].
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„ Cache Memory
Point the cursor to the [Cache Memory] on the [Advanced] screen and press the [Enter] Key, so that the
following screen will be displayed.
Memory Cache
Specifies an enabled/disabled state for the Memory Cache. The choice is [Enabled] or [Disabled]. The factory
default setting is [Enabled].
Cache System BIOS area
Specifies the cache set-up for the System BIOS area. The choice is [uncached] or [Write Protect]. The factory
default setting is [Write Protect].
Cache Video BIOS area
Specifies the cache set-up for the VIDEO BIOS area. The choice is [uncached] or [Write Protect]. The factory
default setting is [Write Protect].
Cache Base 0-512k
Specifies the cache set-up for the Base Memory, 0 ~ 512k. Select from [uncached], [Write Through], [Write
Protect], or [Write Back]. The factory default setting is [Write Back].
Cache Base 512-640k
Specifies the cache set-up for the Base Memory, 512 ~ 620k. Select from [uncached], [Write Through], [Write
Protect], or [Write Back]. The factory default setting is [Write Back].
Cache Extended Memory Area
Specifies the cache set-up for the Extended Memory area. Select from [uncached], [Write Through], [Write
Protect], or [Write Back]. The factory default setting is [Write Back].
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Cache xxxx-xxxx
Specifies the cache setting for each address. Select from [Disabled], [USWC Caching] (The address A000 AFFF and B000 - BFFF are only available.), [Write Through], [Write Protect], or [Write Back]. The factory
default setting is as follows.
A000 - AFFF
Disabled
B000 - BFFF
Disabled
C800 - CBFF
Write Protect (VIDEO Memory)
CC00 - CFFF
Write Protect
D000 - D3FF
Disabled
D400 - D7FF
Disabled
D800 - DBFF
Disabled
DC00 - DFFF
Disabled
E000 - E3FF
Disabled
E400 - E7FF
Write Protect (PXE)
E800 - EBFF
Write Protect
EC00 - EFFF
Write Protect
„ PCI Configuration
Point the cursor to the [PCI Configuration] on the [Advanced] screen and press the [Enter] Key, so that the
following screen will be displayed.
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PCI/PNP ISA IRQ Resource Exclusion
Move the cursor to the [PCI/PNP ISA IRQ Resource Exclusion] on the [PCI Configuration] screen and press
the [Enter] Key, so that you can go to the ISA IRQ set-up screen.
SEE
‹ PCI/PNP ISA IRQ Resource Exclusion (page4-15)
PCI IRQ line 1 to 8
Specifies the Interrupt Request Lines (IRQ) for PCI. Select from [Disabled], [Auto Select], [3], [4], [5], [7],
[9], [10], [11], [12], [14], or [15]. The factory default setting is [Auto Select].
‹ PCI/PNP ISA IRQ Resource Exclusion
Point the cursor to the [PCI/PNP ISA IRQ Resource Exclusion] on the [PCI Configuration] screen and press
the [Enter] Key, so that the following screen will be displayed.
IRQ 3, 4, 5, 7, 10, 11
Specifies the IRQ which is allocated to the legacy device. Select from [Available] or [Reserved]. The factory
default setting is [Available].
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„ DMI Event Logging
Specifies the parameters related to DMI event logging. Point the cursor to the [DMI Event Logging] on the
[Advanced] screen and press the [Enter] Key, so that the following screen will be displayed.
Event log validity
Shows the status of the event log storage area. [Valid] is shown when the status is normal, and [Not valid] is
shown when the status is abnormal.
Event log capacity
Shows the status of the area to which event logs are written. [Full] is shown when the area is full, and [Space
Available] is shown when the area is not full.
View DMI event log
Point the cursor to [View DMI event log] and press the [Enter] Key to view the DMI event logs.
Event Logging
Specifies whether event logs need to be recorded. Select from [Enabled] or [Disabled]. The factory default
setting is [Enabled].
ECC Event Logging
Specifies whether the event logs related to memory ECC need to be recorded. Select from [Enabled] or
[Disabled]. The factory default setting is [Enabled].
Mark DMI events as read
Point the cursor to [Mark DMI events as read] and press the [Enter] Key to mark unread event logs as read.
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4.2.3
Intel
CPU Control Sub-Menu
Point the cursor to the [CPU Control Sub-Menu] on the [Intel] screen and press the [Enter] key, so that you
can go to the [CPU] set-up screen.
SEE
„ CPU Control Sub-Menu (page4-18)
MCH Control Sub-Menu
Point the cursor to the [MCH Control Sub-Menu] on the [Intel] screen and press the [Enter] key, so that you
can go to the [MCH] set-up screen.
SEE
„ MCH Control Sub-Menu (page4-19)
Video (Intel IGD) Control Sub-Menu
Point the cursor to the [Video (Intel IGD) Control Sub-Menu] on the [Intel] screen and press the [Enter] key,
so that you can go to the set-up screen for display.
SEE
„ Video (Intel IGD) Control Sub-Menu (page4-21)
ICH Sub-Menu
Point the cursor to the [ICH Control Sub-Menu] on the [Intel] screen and press the [Enter] key, so that you can
go to the [ICH] set-up screen.
SEE
„ ICH Control Sub-Menu (page4-22)
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ACPI Control Sub-Menu
Point the cursor to the [ACPI Control Sub-Menu] on the [Intel] screen and press the [Enter] key, so that you
can go to the [ACPI] set-up screen.
SEE
„ ACPI Control Sub-Menu (page4-24)
APM Control Sub-Menu
Point the cursor to the [APM Control Sub-Menu] on the [Intel] screen and press the [Enter] key, so that you
can go to the [APM] set-up screen. If you use APM OS, you are requested to set up this configuration.
SEE
„ APM Control Sub-Menu (page4-25)
Workaround Control Sub-Menu
Point the cursor to the [Workaround Control Sub-Menu] on the [Intel] screen and press the [Enter] key, so that
you can go to the set-up screen of the whole platform.
SEE
„ Workaround Control Sub-Menu (page4-26)
„ CPU Control Sub-Menu
Point the cursor to the [CPU Control Sub-Menu] on the [Intel] screen and press the [Enter] key, so that the
following screen will be displayed.
Processor Power Management
This is a function that controls the processor’s power state. Select from [Disabled] or [C States Only]. The
factory default setting is [C States Only] and the default should be applied.
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Thermal Control Circuit
This is a function that protects the CPU’s temperature, and its setting is a situation that if it exceeds the limit
that CPU is able to work properly. Select from [Disabled], [TM1], or [TM2]. The factory default setting is
[TM2] and the default should be applied.
„ MCH Control Sub-Menu
Point the cursor to the [MCH Control Sub-Menu] on the [Intel] screen and press the [Enter] key, so that the
following screen will be displayed.
MCH Power Management Sub-Menu
Goes to the Chipset set-up screen.
SEE
‹ MCH Power Management Sub-Menu (page4-20)
DDR ECC Operation
Specifies whether you use ECC memory or not. The choice is [Enabled] or [Disabled] and the default factory
setting is [Enabled].
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‹ MCH Power Management Sub-Menu
Point the cursor to the [MCH Power Management Sub-Menu] on the [Intel] screen and press the [Enter] key,
so that the following screen will be displayed.
Chipset Thermal Throttling
Specifies a thermal throttle, a system to prevent a themorunway, for chipset. The choice is [Enabled] or
[Disabled]. The factory default setting is [Enabled].
DRPM Support
Specifies an enabled/disabled state for the setting of Dynamic Row Power Management. The choice is
[Enabled] or [Disabled]. The factory default setting is [Enabled].
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„ Video (Intel IGD) Control Sub-Menu
Point the cursor to the [Video (Intel IGD) Control Sub-Menu] on the [Intel] screen and press the [Enter] key,
so that the following screen will be displayed.
IGD-Memory Size
Specifies an allocation capacity for the Video Memory. Select from [UMA=1MB], [UMA=8MB],
[UMA=16MB], or [UMA=32MB]. The factory default setting is [UMA=8MB].
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„ ICH Control Sub-Menu
Point the cursor to the [ICH Control Sub-Menu] on the [Intel] screen and press the [Enter] key, so that the
following screen will be displayed.
Integrated Device Control Sub-Menu
Goes to the setting screen where an enabled/disabled state for the USB, LAN and PCMCIA is specified.
SEE
‹ Integrated Device Control Sub-Menu (page4-23)
CPU Sleep
Specifies whether the CPU needs power saving. The choice is [Enabled] or [Disabled]. The factory default
setting is [Enabled].
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‹ Integrated Device Control Sub-Menu
Point the cursor to the [Integrated Device Control Sub-Menu] from the [ICH Control Sub-Menu] on the [Intel]
screen and press the [Enter] Key, so that the following screen will be displayed.
USB-Device 29, F1 only / USB-Device 29, Function 7
Specifies an enabled/disabled state for the USB device. The choice is [Enabled] or [Disabled]. The factory
default setting is [Enabled].
IDE-Device 31, Function 1
Specifies an enabled/disabled state for the IDE device. The choice is [Enabled] or [Disabled]. The factory
default setting is [Enabled].
AC97A-Device 31, Function 5
Specifies an enabled/disabled state for the AC97 Audio. The choice is [Enabled] or [Disabled]. The factory
default setting is [Enabled].
Onboard LAN 1, 2
Specifies an enabled/disabled state for the Onboard LAN 1,2. The choice is [Enabled] or [Disabled]. The
factory default setting is [Enabled].
Onboard Cardbus Controller
Specifies an enabled/disabled state for the PCMCIA slot. The choice is [Enabled] or [Disabled]. The factory
default setting is [Enabled].
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„ ACPI Control Sub-Menu
Point the cursor to the [ACPI Control Sub-Menu] on the [Intel] screen and press the [Enter] key, so that the
following screen will be displayed.
ACPI-IO APIC Mode
Specifies an enabled/disabled state for the APIC. The choice is [Enabled] or [Disabled]. The factory default
setting is [Enabled].
HPET-High Performance Event Timer
Specifies the timer setting for the High Precision Event Timer. The choice is [Enabled] or [Disabled]. The
factory default setting is [Disabled].
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„ APM Control Sub-Menu
Point the cursor to the [APM Control Sub-Menu] on the [Intel] screen and press the [Enter] key, so that the
following screen will be displayed.
CX Status
Specifies whether you use a power saving state when using APM OS. The choice is [Enabled] or [Disabled].
The factory default setting is [Enabled].
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„ Workaround Control Sub-Menu
Point the cursor to the [Workaround Control Sub-Menu] on the [Intel] screen and press the [Enter] key, so that
the following screen will be displayed.
C3-APIC Workaround
Select from [Enabled], [Auto], or [Disabled]. The factory default setting is [Enabled].
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4.2.4
Security
Supervisor Password Is
Displayed as “Set” when the password is set. Since no password has been set at factories, the factory default
setting is [Clear].
User Password Is
Displayed as “Set” when the password is set. Since no password has been set at factory, the factory default
setting is [Clear]. Note that BIOS setting is not allowed with a User Password.
Set Supervisor Password / Set User Password
Specifies a password. When any password is not needed, do not input any values in the new password setting
and press just the [Enter] key.
Fixed disk boot sector
Specifies whether writing into the boot sector on the hard disk is not allowed. Select from [Normal], [Write
Protect], or [Protect]. The factory default setting is [Normal].
Password on boot
Specifies whether a password should be needed at the Start-Up. The choice is [Enabled] or [Disabled]. The
factory default setting the is [Disabled].
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4.2.5
Boot
Specifies an order for boot-up devices. The boot-up devices are specified in the Boot priority order list and are
searched for from the top of the list in sequence. By using the [+] or [-] keys, change its order. To change the
device to be booted up, use the [x] key to move the device from the Boot priority order list to the Excluded
from boot order list and vice versa.
•
When a new hard disk or commercial USB memory which does not require boot-up is connected and such
a device is given high priority in the Boot priority order list, the system may not boot up properly. Be sure
to check the order of the devices in the Boot priority order list after you connect a new device.
Boot priority order
Specifies the order of the boot-up devices. The factory default settings are as follows:
1: IDE 0 : Primary Master Device
2: IDE 1 : Primary Slave Device
3: USB FDC : USB Floppy Disk Driver
4: USB CDROM : USB CDROM Driver
5: USB HDD : USB Memory, etc.
6:
7:
8:
Excluded from boot order
: IDE 2 : Secondary Master Drive
: Other USB : Other USB media
: PCI LAN : LAN 1 PXE Boot ROM
: PCI LAN : LAN 2 PXE Boot ROM
: PCI SCSI : PCI SCSI Board
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4.2.6
Exit
Exit Saving Changes
Point the cursor to the [Exit Saving Changes] on the [Exit] screen and press the [Enter] key, the current
configuration is saved and the setting procedure is ended.
Exit Discarding Changes
Point the cursor to the [Exit Discarding Changes] on the [Exit] screen and press the [Enter] key, the current
configuration is NOT saved but the setting procedure is ended.
Load Setup Defaults
Point the cursor to the [Load Setup Defaults] on the [Exit] screen and press the [Enter] key, all of the current
configuration is back to the factory default settings.
Discard Changes
Point the cursor to the [Discard Changes] on the [Exit] screen and press the [Enter] key, the current modified
configuration is canceled and the previous setting values are reloaded.
Save Changes
Point the cursor to the [Save Changes] on the [Exit] screen and press the [Enter] key, the current configuration
which you modified is saved.
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Setting up
Software
1. Software Configuration
2. Setting Up Your PS-A Unit
3. PS-A Dedicated Software
4. Cautions When Using Windows® 2000/Windows® XP
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5.1 Software Configuration
If you purchased the PS-A unit with pre-installed OS, all the software has been installed already.
If you purchased the PS-A unit with no pre-installed OS, you can download the software from the Pro-face
support site “Otasuke Pro!”.
SEE
5.3 PS-A Dedicated Software (page5-6)
5.2 Setting Up Your PS-A Unit
There are two types of PS-A units. One has a hard disk with no pre-installed OS and the other has a hard disk
with a pre-installed OS. Therefore, the setup procedures used will differ.
5.2.1
Setting Up an HDD with no Pre-installed OS
First, when you use a hard disk with no pre-installed OS, you will need to install either Windows® 2000 or
Windows® XP. You also need to install any required utility software.
„ Setting Up the OS
Install your operating system. For the setup procedures about the OS, refer to that product’s installation manual.
• Specify [Disabled] for the USB-Device29 and the Function7 of the BIOS when you
install commercial Windows® 2000, using a USB CD-ROM drive.
SEE
‹ Integrated Device Control Sub-Menu (page4-23)
• The PS-A unit supports Windows® 2000 Service Pack 4 and Windows® XP Service
Pack 2. The PS-A unit performance cannot be guaranteed when any other
operating system is used.
„ Special PS-A Software Setup
Download the necessary drivers and utility software from the Pro-face support site “Otasuke Pro!”.
URL http://www.pro-face.com/otasuke/
• The setup requires a USB keyboard.
• For details about the drivers and utility software, refer to the following section.
SEE
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Chapter 5 Setting up Software
„ [Proface] Folder Configuration
The following diagram describes the configuration of this folder. (For all Windows® versions)
[Proface]
[API]
API-DLL
[Disp]
Backlight Control Console Application
[KeyClick]
Keyboard Emulation Application
[Shutdown]
[Client]
[Sysmon]
Remote Shutdown Client
System Monitor/RAS Application
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5.2.2
Setting Up an HDD with Pre-installed OS
In the PS-A with pre-installed OS, the following software has been installed in advance.
• Each pre-installed operating system on the hard disk in the PS-A unit is designed specially for
PS-3650A/PS-3651A.
„ PS-A with Windows® 2000 Pre-installed
•
Windows® 2000 Professional operating system manufactured by Microsoft Corporation
•
Mouse Emulation Software manufactured by DMC Co., Ltd. (TSC-1310D/DD)
•
Keyclick32 keyboard emulator manufactured by IN-fINITY soft
•
PS-A dedicated utility software and drivers manufactured by Pro-face
„ PS-A with Windows® XP Pre-installed
•
Windows® XP Professional operating system manufactured by Microsoft Corporation
•
Mouse Emulation Software manufactured by DMC Co., Ltd. (TSC-1310D/DD)
•
Keyclick32 keyboard emulator manufactured by IN-fINITY soft
•
PS-A dedicated utility software and drivers manufactured by Pro-face
• Each pre-installed operating system on the hard disk in the PS-A unit is designed specially for
PS-3650A/PS-3651A.
• For details about the drivers and utility software, refer to the following section.
SEE
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Chapter 5 Setting up Software
„ Setting Up OS
Set up the Pre-installed OS in the PS-A unit. For the setup procedures about the OS, refer to the Installation
Guide that comes with the HDD unit with the pre-installed OS.
• When setup is completed, a README file is created on the desktop. The README file contains
details regarding software and information released since the creation of this manual. Read the
README file first after setup is completed.
„ [Proface] Folder Configuration
The following diagram describes the configuration of this folder.
[Proface]
[API]
API-DLL
[Audio]
Audio Driver
[Battery]
Battery Unit Driver
[Chipset]
Chipset Driver
[Disp]
Backlight Control Console Application
[Display]
Graphic Accelerator Driver
[KeyClick]
Keyboard Emulation Application
[Setup]
Media Image
[Shutdown]
[Client]
Remote Shutdown Client
[Sysmon]
System Monitor/RAS Application
[UPDD]
Touch Panel Driver (Mouse Emulator)
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5.3 PS-A Dedicated Software
5.3.1
Driver
Four types of dedicated PS-A drivers (Audio, Chipset, Graphic Accelerator and Touch Panel Driver (Mouse
Emulator) are available.
Install the required drivers when using a PS-A with no pre-installed OS (A PS-A unit that has been recovered
using the Recovery media will have all the required drivers installed). This explanation given in this section
assume that the [Proface] folder has been created.
• Do not uninstall the drivers which have been installed in the PS-A unit.
„ Chipset Driver
Installing the Chipset driver adds the Chipset feature to the OS.
Start “C:\Proface\Chipset\infinst_autol.exe” file.
Follow the instructions given on the screen to install the driver.
„ Audio Driver
Installing the Audio driver enables the OS’ Audio feature.
Start “C:\Proface\Audio\WDM_A†††.exe” file. (“†††” indicate the driver version.)
Follow the instructions given on the screen to install the driver.
„ Graphic Accelerator Driver
Installing the Graphic Accelerator Driver will accelerate the screen refresh speed, using special hardware features.
Start “C:\Proface\Display\win2K_xp†††.exe” file. (“†††” indicate the driver version.)
Follow the instructions given on the screen to install the driver.
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„ Mouse Emulator
Install the Touch Panel Driver in the PS-A unit. It’s necessary to agree to D.M.C’s Mouse Emulation Software (TSC-1310D/DD) License in advance.
SEE
Appendices 4 License Agreement (page A-5)
(1)
Start “C:\Proface\UPDD\Setup.exe” file.
(2)
Follow the instructions given on the screen to install the Touch Panel Driver.
For the detailed settings, refer to C:\Proface\UPDD_30846\Readme.pdf
• You can open “Touch Panel Property” by selecting the [Start] -> [Programs] -> [UPDD] ->
[Settings]. In this dialog box, you can specify the details of the touch panel operation.
• If the touch position recognized in the panel deviates from the actual touch, you need to calibrate
the touch panel. Select the [Start] -> [Programs] -> [UPDD] -> [Calibration]. When a cross
appears on the screen, press it. Then click [OK] in the [Confirmation after calibration] dialog box
to finish the calibration.
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5.3.2
Special Application Program Features
The special programs designed for the PS-A unit are located in the following folders. Here, it is assumed that
the [Proface] folder has already existed on the hard disk of the PS-A unit.
Windows® XP
File Name
Windows® 2000
Smonras.dll
Ioctl.dll
Blioctl.dll
C:\Windows\System32
C:\Winnt\System32
Backlight Control.scr
BlBright.cpl
Disp.exe
C:\Proface\Disp
Keyclick.exe
C:\Proface\Keyclick
SystemMonitor.exe
C:\Proface\Sysmon
SmSRvCPL.cpl
C:\Windows\System32
C:\Winnt\System32
Sysmon.sys
C:\Windows\System32\Drivers
C:\Winnt\System32\Drivers
• To uninstall the installed utility software, select [Add or Remove Programs] from Control Panel,
and then select [PS-3650A Series Driver and Utility] to remove it.
„ API-DLL
These dynamic link libraries allow users to access RAS features that operates on the PS-A via custom-made
applications. The following three types are available.
‹ Shared Memory Access: Smonras.dll
This dynamic link library allows users to access shared memory via remote RAS features.
For details, refer to the API Reference Manual.
‹ RAS Features: Ioctl.dll
This dynamic link library allows users to access RAS features that operates on the PS-A via custom-made PS-A
applications.
For details, refer to the API Reference Manual.
‹ Backlight Control: Blioctl.sll
This dynamic library allows User-created applications to utilize the PS-A backlight control feature that operates on the PS-A.
For details, refer to the API Reference Manual.
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„ System Monitoring/RAS Application: SystemMonitor.exe
The RAS and System Monitoring features allow users to monitor temperature, voltage, and fan operation
alarms. This program is started automatically at the same time as the OS.
‹ System Monitoring Program: SystemMonitor.exe
SEE
„ When an Error Occurs (page6-13)
‹ Watchdog Parameter Setup Program: System Monitor Property
SEE
6.3.1 Description (page6-10)
„ System File: Sysmon.sys
This system file allows use of the RAS and System Monitoring features. This file should not be modified. If it
is modified, the RAS and System Monitoring features may not operate correctly.
„ Backlight OFF Screen Saver: Backlight Control.scr
This software is used to turn OFF the PS-A’s backlight after a specified period of inactivity. The use of this
feature will help to extend the life of the PS-A’s backlight. This program runs on Windows®.
• Certain application programs may not allow the PS-A’s backlight to turn OFF. Test each program
individually to check if the screen saver will operate correctly before use.
„ Backlight Control Console Application: Disp.exe
This command line utility is used to turn OFF both the PS-A’s backlight and display. This program runs on the
command prompt.
Settings Used
DISP [ON/OFF]
Option Switch
ON: Displayed / OFF: Not Displayed
Return Value
0: Completed Normally / -1: Option Switch Error
• If your application requires that the OS continuously turn the backlight display ON
and OFF, be sure to use the backlight control dll, Blioctl.dll.
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„ Keyboard Emulator: Keyclick.exe
This program allows the User’s mouse operation to perform keyboard-like data input. When this program is
executed on Windows®, a keyboard is displayed on the screen of the PS-A unit.
It is required to agree to “IN-fINITY soft Keyclick32 License Agreement
SEE
Appendices 4 License Agreement (page A-5)
• Certain application programs may not support this keyboard emulator. Test each application
individually to check if the keyboard emulator will operate correctly.
• This program cannot be used to enter Windows® startup screen User Name and Password
information.
• To change the Keyclick program’s font size a keyboard is required.
• For details concerning the Keyclick program’s operation, simply click on the HELP button on
the screen keyboard to call up the program’s online help data.
„ Backlight Brightness Adjustment: BlBright.cpl
Backlight brightness can be set to one of four levels: Level 0, Level 1, Level 2 or Level 3.
Brightness level 0: Very dark
Brightness level 1: Somewhat dark
Brightness level 2: Somewhat bright
Brightness level 3: Very bright
To use this program, when you use Windows® 2000, click the [Control Panel]’s [Backlight Brightness] icon,
and when you use Windows® XP, click the [Backlight Brightness] icon of the [Control Panel]’s [Appearance
and Themes]. The default setting is Brightness level 3.
„ System Monitor Property: SmSRvCPL.cpl
This program allows the user to set the notification method used in event of an error while the RAS feature
monitors the system. Execute the program from the [System Monitor Property] icon. To use this program,
click the [Control Panel]’s [System Monitor Property] icon.
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5.4 Cautions When Using Windows® 2000/Windows® XP
Do the following process if necessary.
5.4.1
Automatic System Log-on Setup
This setting allows users to simplify password entry at startup.
„ Windows® 2000
(1)
Double-click on the [Control Panel]’s [User and Password] icon.
(2)
Designate the automatic logon user, and deselect the [User must enter the user name and password to use
this computer] checkbox.
(3)
Click on the [Advanced] tab, and deselect the [Require users to press Ctrl +Alt + Del keys before logging on] checkbox.
(4)
Click the [Apply] button. Next, when the automatic logon dialog box appears, enter the password.
„ Windows® XP
(1)
Select [Run] from the [Start] screen.
(2)
Enter “Control userpasswords2”, and click [OK].
(3)
Deselect the [User must enter the user name and password to use this computer] checkbox and click
[Apply].
(4)
Enter the user name and password for automatic logon and click [OK].
• If automatic logon is not used, a USB keyboard is required to logon.
5.4.2
Uninterrupted Power Supply System (UPS)
Be sure to shut down your OS (Windows® 2000 or Windows® XP) before turning off your machine. Also, use
of an uninterrupted power supply is recommended to protect your data from accidental power failures.
An uninterrupted power supply that supports Windows® will give you sufficient time to shut down your system safely by changing into the power supply for the backup in case of a power failure, and can even be set up
to automatically shut down your Windows® OS.
The PS-A unit, however, cannot be used with a 2-Step Inverter Output type uninterrupted power supply. Be
sure the unit is a sine-output type power supply. For details, consult your local UPS system dealer.
Pro-face support site, “Otasuke Pro!” also supply the battery unit for PS-A. Visit “Otasuke Pro!” to download
battery unit driver for PS-3650A series.
URL http://www.pro-face.com/otasuke/
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5.4.3
Changing System Settings
Your Windows® system’s configuration settings will need to be changed when the PS-A unit is connected to a
LAN network or printer.
‹ Changing the System Configuration Settings
When the Windows® system configuration settings are changed, the following message appears. Enter the
name of the folder where you will save the configuration changes and click [OK].
•
Insert the CD labeled “Windows® xx*1 Professional CD-ROM” in the CD-ROM drive
(D:), and click [OK].
•
When copying the file from other locations such as a floppy disk or network server, also
click the [OK] button.
•
When Your PS-A has No Preinstalled OS
Double-click the [I386] folder in the Windows® CD-ROM.
D:\I386 (When the CD-ROM drive is “D”)
•
When Your PS-A has a Preinstalled OS
C:\Proface\Setup\I386
5.4.4
NTFS File System Conversion
If your OS is formatted with the Windows® DOS-compatible file system (FAT32), it can be converted to the
NTFS file system.
To convert to the NTFS file system, start up Windows® and use the following command.
convert X: /fs:ntfs (Replace “X” with your drive name.)
• Once the file system is converted to the NTFS file system, it cannot be converted back to the
Windows® DOS-compatible file system (FAT32).
*1
“xx” is your OS.
Example) When using Windows® XP: “Windows® XP Professional CD-ROM”
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PS-A Monitoring
Features
1. RAS Features
2. Setting Menus
3. Monitoring the PS-A Status
4. Checking the Status of the PS-A Being Monitored
5. Checking the Error Log List
6. Monitoring Errors from a Remote Server
7. Restarting/Shutting Down the PS-A from a Remote Server
8. Setup Guide for the System Monitor Property
9. Setup Guide for the System Monitor Screen
10.Error Messages
11.Restrictions
This chapter describes various ways to monitor the status of the PS-A.
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6.1 RAS Features
6.1.1
RAS Features
„ Errors which can be detected by RAS Features
RAS, which stands for Reliability, Availability, and Serviceability, is a device-level monitoring function that
provides a variety of features to improve the reliability of your PS-A system.
Though the standard set of RAS features used will vary depending on the devices used, the following features
are used to provide Alarm Monitoring and External Input Signal support.
• For the setting procedures for the RAS features, refer to the following.
SEE
6.8 Setup Guide for the System Monitor Property (page6-27)
Alarm Monitoring
• Power Voltage Alarm
Monitors the status of the PS-A unit’s built-in power supply and internal CPU
power supply.
• Cooling Fan RPM Alarm
Monitors the CPU cooling fan RPM speeds.
• Internal Temperature Alarm
Monitors the internal temperature of the PS-A unit and the ambient
temperature of the CPU.
• Watchdog Timer Timeup
• SMART Alarm
Monitors the status of the hard disk. Detects a warning of trouble of the hard
disk.
General Purpose Input *1 (DIN 2-bit)
Remote Reset Input *2(1 lamp)
External Input Signal
SEE
‹ External Input Signals (page6-5)
*1: General Purpose Input will maintain Input Information.
*2: The remote reset feature’s input can be either enabled or disabled, however, the setting of DOUT output
state cannot be set to trigger a forced system reset.
• An administrator Authentication is required for executing SMART Monitoring.
• A CF card doesn’t support SMART and therefore the status of the CF card cannot
be monitored.
• When a hard disk except options made by Pro-face is used, the operation of
SMART Monitoring cannot be guaranteed.
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„ Error Notification
Also, when either the one of the above mentioned alarm occurs, or an external signal input is received, the following types of alarm processing output signals and features are supported by the PS-A.
General Purpose Output (DOUT 2-bit)
External Output Signal
SEE
‹ External Input Signals (page6-5)
LED Indicator (2 colors, 1 lamp)
The three-color LED on the front face is used to indicate the PS-A system
conditions. It is also used as a power ON/OFF indicator.
SEE
Various Processing
Functions
‹ LED Indicator (page6-5)
Pop-up Message Output
This feature displays the system status via a Windows® pop-up message.
Buzzer Output
This feature uses the PS-A unit’s built-in speaker to alert the operator about
the system status.
System Shutdown
This feature shuts down the PS-A unit’s OS.
System Reset
This feature resets the system when the Watchdog Timer reaches “time up”.
Use the included System Monitor feature (utility software) to enable/disable the monitoring features and to set
the alarm processing details.
SEE
6.3 Monitoring the PS-A Status (page6-10)
In addition, you can use the included dynamic link library (API-DLL) to access the RAS features from usercreated applications.
SEE
Otasuke Pro! “PS-A Reference Manual”
URL http://www.pro-face.com/otasuke/
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„ RAS Feature Overview
System Monitor
*1
System Properties
Voltage, Fan RPM, Temperature Alarm
Detection Level Settings
Enable/Disable Settings
SMART Alarm, Power Alarm, Fan Alarm*3,
Internal Temperature Alarm, Output Settings,
Watchdog Timer Value Settings,
Watchdog Reset Enable/Disable Settings
Mirroring Disk Status Monitoring
*2
*2
Popup
Message
OS Shutdown
User
Application
System Monitoring Application
WDT Reset
Mask Settings
DOUT
DIN
Driver or API-DLL
Watchdog
Timer
Reset Control
Hardware
Reset
*2
*2
LED
Buzzer
Grenn : Power ON
Orange : RAS Error /
Touch Panel Self-Test Error
Orange/Red Brinking : Backlight Error
Green Brinking : Soft OFF status
RAS Connector
*2 *4
DIN 2 Port
DOUT 2 Port
RESET IN
Hardware
*1
Be sure to adjust these settings according to your system’s specifications.
SEE
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*2
Output via the RAS feature.
*3
The PS-3651A has no fans.
*4
DIN1 can be used as Reset Input. To do so, set it up in the System Monitor.
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‹ LED Indicator
LED Color
System Status
Output Condition
Green (Lit)
Normal Operation (Power is ON)
None
Green (Blinking)
System is NOT running (Soft OFF)
None
A RAS alarm has occurred.
LED is enabled via System
Monitor Property.
Touch Panel Self-Test Error
None
Not Lit
Power is OFF
-
Orange/Red (Blinking)
Backlight error
None
Orange (Lit)
‹ External Input Signals
The PS-A’s RAS interface connector uses the following input signals.
•
General Purpose Input (DIN 2 bits)
This standard digital input is used for alarm detection in external devices. The input signal uses two bits.
The System Monitor property of the control panel or the API-DLL can be used to enable or disable this
feature, as well as designate what type of processing is to be performed once a signal is received. (Only
the “ON” state of the DIN circuit is detected. The “OFF” state of the DIN circuit cannot be monitored.)
•
Remote Reset Input (Available with DIN1 only)
This is the reset signal sent from an external device to the PS-A. When this signal is enabled, a forced
reset of the PS-A is performed.
The System Monitor property of the control panel or the API-DLL can be used to enable or disable this
feature.
• To enable Remote Reset Input, make sure to check the [Enable] in the [Remote reset] tab of
System Monitor Property. For Remote Reset of System Monitor Property, refer to the following.
SEE
6.8.4 Remote Reset (page6-31)
Input Voltage
DC12V to DC24V
Input Current
10mA
Operating Voltage
ON voltage: 10V (min), OFF voltage:3V (max)
Isolation Method
Via photocoupler
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(Interface circuit)
No polar character
for sink source input
Input part circuit
Internal circuit
Vcc
DC12 to 24V
R
DIN 0(+)
+ -
Input port
- +
PC357
R
Vcc
R
DIN 1(+)
Input port
R
DINCOM
• General-Purpose Input (DIN) level must be 1.5 seconds or longer to be detected.
It may not detect under 1.5 seconds.
• Be sure the voltage value between terminals is controlled via the input voltage, so
that the PS-A is operated within its recommended range. If the input voltage
exceeds this range, a malfunction or PS-A damage may occur.
• With Sink/Source input, even if the D(-), and RESET(-) are positive, and D(+),
RESET(+) are negative, no problems are created. Be sure to operate the unit within
the recommended voltage range.
• For connection pin location details,
SEE
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2 Specifications (page2-1)
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‹ External Output Signal
The PS-A’s RAS interface connector uses the following output signals.
•
General Purpose Output (DOUT 2 bits)
This general purpose digital output signal provides system condition information to external devices.
The System Monitor property of the control panel or the API-DLL is used by applications to control this signal.
The above mentioned general purpose digital output signals provide system condition information to
external devices.
The System Monitor property can be used to enable or disable any of these output signals.
Rated Load Voltage
DC24V
Maximum Load Current
120mA/point
Maximum Voltage Drop
between Terminals
1.5V (at 100mA load current)
Isolation Method
Via photocoupler
(Interface circuits)
+5V
R
DOUT0(+)
DOUT1(+)
SSTA06
PC357
Cable
DOUT0(-)
DOUT1(-)
4.7KΩ
• Be sure to operate the unit within its maximum load current. If the maximum load
current exceeds this range, a malfunction or PS-A damage may occur.
• Design your electrical system by adding the load current and voltage values to the
terminal voltage. If load current value used is large, the voltage drop of 1.5V or less
will occur between the terminals.
• When connecting an induction load, be sure to connect the above drawing’s
protection diode (*1).
• For connection pin location details,
SEE
2 Specifications (page2-1)
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6.2 Setting Menus
Monitoring the PS-A Status
Pi
Error!
E.g. Temperature
error occurs.
) Description (page6-10)
) Setup Procedure (page6-10)
The occurrence of the
error is displayed.
Checking the Status of the PS-A Being Monitored
System Monitor
+5.0V
Pass
+12V
Pass
VcoreA
Pass
) Description (page6-14)
) Setup Procedure (page6-14)
Checking the Error Log List
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Error
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Error
2007/6/19 12:15:24
Error
2007/6/19 15:36:08
) Description (page6-15)
) Setup Procedure (page6-16)
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Monitoring Errors from a Remote Server
Using Pro-Server with Pro-Studio or via the network
) Description (page6-18)
) System Configuration (page6-19)
) Monitoring using Pro-Server with
Error is checked.
Error occurs.
Pro-Studio or Pro-Server EX
(page6-23)
The error can be checked even from a remote office.
Restarting/Shutting Down the PS-A from a Remote Server
Via the network
Reset
) Description (page6-25)
) Setup Procedure (page6-26)
Exit
Remote operation from an office in a different location
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6.3 Monitoring the PS-A Status
6.3.1
Description
Pi
Error!
Error occurs.
The occurrence of the
error is displayed.
Before starting the setup procedure, specify the items you want to monitor with the RAS features.
When an error occurs, notification is provided according to the specified method.
6.3.2
Setup Procedure
• For details about the setup procedure, refer to the Setup Guide.
SEE
6.9 Setup Guide for the System Monitor Screen (page6-32)
This section describes the procedure to set the PS-A to monitor a temperature error and provide notification
with a buzzer and pop-up message.
(1)
Double-click [System Monitor Property] in [Control Panel] to display the [System Monitor Property]
screen.
(2)
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(3)
Check [Enable].
(4)
For [Error Action], check [Buzzer] and [PopupMessage].
(5)
Click [Apply].
(6)
Click [OK] to complete the setting.
When the monitoring starts, the System Monitor icon appears in the task tray.
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• System Monitor also operates as Windows’s Services. When System Monitor applications do not
start, the System Monitor Service execute the RAS events setup in the System Monitor Property.
You can check the System Monitor Service’s operation state by selecting [Control Panel] ->
[Administrative Tools] -> [Services].
• The pop-up message displayed when the System Monitor Service detects an error differs from
ordinary ones.
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„ When an Error Occurs
(1)
A buzzer sounds and a pop-up message is displayed.
• The Error Action is performed only one time when an error is detected for each monitoring item.
• To stop the buzzer, click the [Buzzer Off] button in the pop-up message dialog box.
If the pop-up message is hidden, click the [Buzzer Off] button displayed in the System Monitor
screen.
• You can also display the [System Monitor] screen by pressing [Show Window] on the pop-up
message window.
• When you check the [Show this message after an hour] check box and press the [OK] button, the
pop-up message window will close and will not open for an hour.
(2)
An “×” mark appears on the icon in the System Tray, which indicates an error status, and the icon blinks.
You can see the description of the error by double-clicking the icon.
Icon display on start-ups
Icon display when an error is detected.
• Once an error is detected, the System Monitor holds the “error” status. (Icon
display indicating error detection) To recover from the error status, press the
[Reset] button on the System Monitor screen or turn off the PS-A. After that,
perform maintenance service for removing the cause of the error factor, and then
turn on the power again.
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6.4 Checking the Status of the PS-A Being Monitored
6.4.1
Description
System Monitor
+5.0V
Pass
+12V
Pass
VcoreA
Pass
Check the status of the PS-A being monitored with the RAS features from the System Monitor screen.
You can also use this screen to check error details.
6.4.2
Setup Procedure
• For details about the setup procedure, refer to the Setup Guide.
SEE
(1)
6.9 Setup Guide for the System Monitor Screen (page6-32)
When the System Monitor starts, the System Monitor icon appears on the task bar. Double-click the System Monitor icon to display the System Monitor screen.
(2)
Click the tab of the item you want to check.
• When an error occurs, the color of the corresponding tab changes.
• As for Device No. of SMART, [0] means Master or HDD0 and [1] means Slave or HDD1.
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6.5 Checking the Error Log List
6.5.1
Description
Error
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Error
2007/6/19 12:15:24
Error
2007/6/19 15:36:08
Check the location and action of the previous error on the Event Viewer screen.
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6.5.2
Setup Procedure
(1)
Select [Control Panel] - [Administrative Tools] - [Event Viewer] to display the Event Viewer screen.
Select [System] to display the system log list.
• The Hardware Reset from a Watchdog Timer Error and the reset input for the RAS port cannot
be logged.
(2)
Error logs can be recognized by [System Monitor] displayed in the Source column.
Select the row of the error log you want to check and double-click it.
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(3)
The [Event Properties] screen appears.
The error message is displayed in the [Description] area.
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6.6 Monitoring Errors from a Remote Server
6.6.1
Description
Using Pro-Server with Pro-Studio or via the network
Error occurs.
Error is checked.
Monitor and control the System Monitor/RAS features remotely via the host PC in which Pro-face’s ProServer with Pro-Studio (optional) or Pro-Server EX (optional) is installed.
To use this feature, you need Pro-Server with Pro-Studio Ver. 3.12 or higher, or, Pro-Server EX Ver.1.20 or
higher. Please also refer to the manuals of the Pro-Server.
SEE
6.6.3 Monitoring using Pro-Server with Pro-Studio or Pro-Server EX (page6-23)
Even in an environment where Pro-Server with Pro-Studio is not installed on the host PC, the RAS monitoring
is available via the network.
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6.6.2
System Configuration
The system employing this feature is configured as illustrated below.
Server PC
User Application
Two-way feature
Pro-Server with Pro-Studio Ver. 3.12 or higher,
or Pro-Server EX Ver. 1.20 or higher
Remote RAS Server Program (IPC_RAS.npj)
Ethernet
Client PS-A
[System Monitor/RAS Feature]
• SystemMonitor.exe
• System Monitor Property
• Ioctl.dll
• Smonras.dll
• Sysmon.sys
• Blicotl.dll
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The status of the System Monitor/RAS feature is transferred to the Pro-Server via Ethernet from the SystemMonitor.exe. The RAS feature including voltage, FAN, and temperature etc., can be monitored by monitoring
the device addresses assigned from the Pro-Studio.
User Application
Server PC
Pro-Server with Pro-Studio Ver. 3.12 or
higher, or Pro-Server EX Ver.1.20 or
higher (Optional)
Two-Way feature
Pro-Easy.dll
Ethernet
User Application
SystemMonitor.exe
Shared Memory
Client PS-A
Smonras.dll
The user applications in the server PC monitors the RAS feature through the Pro-Easy.dll program provided
from the Pro-Server.
The client PS-A shares the data with the user applications on the server PC by using the shared memory. The
data transfers on both sides are processed via the Smonras.dll and Pro-Easy.dll programs.
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„ List of Device Addresses
Device
Device
Type
Device
Symbol
Read/
Write
Bit Access
16-bit
Access
VcoreA *1
WORD
VLT0
VcoreB *1
WORD
VLT1
+3.3V *1
WORD
VLT2
+5V
*1
WORD
+12V *1
WORD
+2.5V
*1
WORD
-12V
*1
VLT
Read
WORD
WORD
System Temperature *3
WORD
CPU Temperature *3
WORD
System2 Temperature
WORD
DIN
WORD
DIN
DOUT
WORD
DOUT
Error Event
WORD
ERR
VLT5
VLT6
FAN0
TMP
TMP1
-
TMP0
TMP2
LS
Shared Memory
WORD
PL
Software Reset Port *5
WORD
RST
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
*6
-
FAN
Internal Memory Area *4 WORD
WORD
VLT3
VLT4
Number of Revolution
of CPU FAN *2
Error Mask *6
32-bit
Access
ERRM
DIN00-DIN01
DIN0
Read/
Write
DOUT00-DOUT01
DOUT0
Read
ERR00-ERR10
ERR0
ERR1
LS00000-LS0000F
to LS02550-LS0255F
LS0000
to LS0255
LS0000
to LS0254
PL00000-PL0000F
to PL02550-PL0255F
PL0000
to PL0255
PL0000
to PL0254
-
RST0
-
ERRM00-ERRM10
ERRM0
ERRM1
-
Read/
Write
Read
When monitoring the voltage with the device monitor, the unit is “mV”.
When monitoring the number of revolutions with the device monitor, the unit is “rpm”.
When monitoring Temperature with the device monitor, the unit is “°C”.
Used for only the system to read/write the data and perform monitoring operation.
Shuts down and restarts the operation system on the client PS-A.
Indicates the error event that is being monitored by the PS-A.
• When “Forced Shutdown” or “Forced Reboot” is written to the device address, the
system automatically shuts down/restarts the operation system without prompting
the confirmation for saving the data on current applications.
Take extra cautions when performing write operation in order to avoid accidental
data loss.
Value to be Written
Decimal Number
Hexadecimal Number
1
0001
2
0002
257
0101
258
0102
Operation
Shutdown
Reboot
Forced Shutdown
Forced Reboot
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„ Bit Assign of Error Event, and Error Mask
Device Name
Error Event
Error Mask
Item
Bit
VcoreA Voltage Error
ERR00
VcoreB Voltage Error
ERR01
+3.3V Voltage Error
ERR02
+5.0V Voltage Error
ERR03
+12V Voltage Error
ERR04
+2.5V Voltage Error
ERR05
-12V Voltage Error*1
ERR06
System Fan Error*1
ERR08
System Temperature Error
ERR0A
CPU Temperature Error
ERR0B
System2 Temperature Error
ERR0C
Watchdog Timer Error
ERR0D
Reserved
ERR0E
Backlight Error
ERR0F
SMART Error
ERR10
Vcore Voltage Error
ERRM00
VcoreB Voltage Error
ERRM01
+3.3V Voltage Error
ERRM02
+5.0V Voltage Error
ERRM03
+12V Voltage Error
ERRM04
+2.5V Voltage Error
ERRM05
-12V Voltage Error*1
ERRM06
System Fan
Error*1
System Temperature Error
CPU Temperature Error
ERRM0B
System2 Temperature Error
ERRM0C
Watchdog Timer Error
ERRM0D
Reserved
ERRM0E
Backlight Error
ERRM0F
SMART Error
ERRM10
*1: Nothing is displayed on PS-3651A.
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6.6.3
Monitoring using Pro-Server with Pro-Studio or Pro-Server EX
„ Setting Up the Client PS-A
(1)
Double-click [System Monitor Property] in [Control Panel] to display the [System Monitor Property]
screen.
(2)
On the [Remote RAS] tab, put a check mark in the [Enable] checkbox.
• For details about the setup procedure, refer to the Setup Guide.
SEE
6.8.2 Remote RAS (page6-29)
• In order to actually activate the Remote RAS feature, you are required to start up the System
Monitor (SystemMonitor.exe) within the PS-A.
(3)
Click [Apply].
Click [OK] to exit the [System Monitor Property] screen.
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„ Setting Up the Server PC
(1)
On the server PC, download the software from the Pro-face support site “Otasuke Pro!”. Follow the
attached instructions to copy the downloaded file to the designated file.
(2)
Start up the Pro-Studio.
(3)
Register the PS-A you want to include in the network to the network station, and edit the participant
stations.
SEE
Pro-Server with Pro-Studio for Windows Operation Manual
Pro-Server EX Reference Manual
• When using the Pro-studio’s [Find Stations] command to register the PS-A to the network station,
the System Monitor should be activated with the Remote RAS feature enabled in the PS-A.
(4)
Select [PL, PS-A, PS-B] for the PLC type on the network station editing.
(5)
Register the symbol. Refer to the following for the symbols that can be registered.
SEE
„ List of Device Addresses (page6-21)
• You are not required to transfer the network project file created with the Pro-Studio to the client PS-A.
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6.7 Restarting/Shutting Down the PS-A from a Remote Server
6.7.1
Description
Via the network
Server on which Pro-Server
is not installed
Restart
Exit
Restart or shut down the PS-A unit from a server on which Pro-Server is not installed.
The explanation given in this section assumes that the [Proface] folder has been created on drive C.
• When using this function, LAN2 should be enabled. To enable LAN2, download the LAN driver
from the Pro-face support site "Otasuke Pro!".
SEE
5.3 PS-A Dedicated Software (page5-6)
• For the operation procedure of this feature, refer to the online help of the Remote Shutdown
Application.
• Both applications (for server and client) can be installed on the PS-A to achieve self-control
system. In such a case, however, the PS-A should be connected to a network.
• If the Remote Shutdown feature is executed, the PS-A unit will be in the Soft OFF Status.
(Power is still supplied to a part of circuits.)
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6.7.2
Setup Procedure
(1)
Execute the application on the server as well as on the PS-A.
The application is stored in the following folder.
Application Name
File Name
Folder (Same for both Windows® XP and
Windows® 2000)
Server
Remote Shutdown
RSSvr.exe
C:\Proface\Shutdown\Server
PS-A
Remote Shutdown
RSClt.exe
C:\Proface\Shutdown\Client
• When the application does not exist, download the installer from the Pro-face support site
"Otasuke Pro!".
http://www.pro-face.com/otasuke/
(2)
Check the IP address of LAN2 on the PS-A.
(3)
Shut down the OS of the PS-A. Make sure to keep the power supply to the PS-A.
(4)
Send MagicPacket from the server to the IP address of the PS-A checked in (2). Select the IP address to
which you want to send the MagicPacket, right-click on the mouse, and select [Boot].
• Download [Remote Shutdown], a tool to send the MagicPacket from the Pro-face support site
“Otasuke Pro!”.
(5)
The PS-A starts up.
„ Starting/Shutting Down the PS-A from the Standby or Sleep Mode
To start/shut down the PS-A from the standby or sleep mode, configuration of the [System] setting in the
[Control Panel] is required.
• To start/shut down the PS-A from the shut-down mode, it is not necessary to configure the
[System] setting in the [Control Panel].
(1)
Start [Control Panel] from the Start menu.
(2)
Start the [System]. (You can find [System] in the Performance and Maintenance category.)
(3)
Start the [Device Manager] on the Hardware tab.
(4)
Double-click on [Realtek RTL8169/8110 Family] on the Network tab.
(5)
Put a checkmark to the [Allow this device to bring the computer out of standby] box on the Power Management tab.
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6.8 Setup Guide for the System Monitor Property
The System Monitor Property allows you to specifyPS-A items you want to monitor with the RAS features
and the notification method used when errors occur.
When an error occurs, notification is provided according to the method specified in the System Monitor Property.
• For procedure to set up the System Monitor Property, refer to the following section.
SEE
6.3.2 Setup Procedure (page6-10)
• You can check the status of the PS-A unit you are monitoring with the RAS features on the
System Monitor screen.
For details regarding the System Monitor screen, refer to the following.
SEE
6.9 Setup Guide for the System Monitor Screen (page6-32)
The following table lists the operating settings that can be configured for each feature.
O: Setting available X: Setting not available
Operation
Feature
OS
Popup
DOUT
Timeout
Buzzer
Reset
LED
Message Shutdown
0-1
(sec):
Watchdog Timer
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Voltage
O
O
O
X
O
O
X
Fan
O
O
O
X
O
O
X
Temperature
O
O
O
X
O
O
X
Backlight
O
O
X
X
O
O
X
SMART
O
O
X
X
O
O
X
DIN0-1
O
O
O
X
O
O
X
Remote Reset
O
X
X
X
X
X
X
*1
*1: Nothing is displayed on PS-3651A.
• Administrator Authentication is required for executing SMART Monitoring. When a
user who does not have the administrator authentication logs in, nothing is
displayed in the item of SMART.
The following table lists the default settings of each feature.
O: Setting available X: Setting not available -: Not supported
Operation
Feature
Buzzer
Popup
Message
OS
Shutdown
Reset
LED
DOUT
0-1
Timeout
(sec):
Watchdog Timer
X
O
X
X
O
X
O(5sec)
Voltage
X
O
X
-
O
X
-
Fan*1
X
O
X
-
O
X
-
Temperature
X
O
X
-
O
X
-
Backlight
X
O
-
-
O
X
-
SMART
X
O
-
-
O
X
-
DIN0-1
X
O
X
-
O
X
-
Remote Reset
X
-
-
-
-
-
-
*1: Nothing is displayed on PS-3651A.
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6.8.1
Voltage / Fan / Temperature / Backlight / SMART / DIN0 / DIN1
• The DIN1, Backlight, Voltage, Temperature, SMART, and Fan tabs display the same setting
items as the DIN0 tab.
• The FAN tab is not displayed on the PS-3651A.
Item
Operation
Enable
When this option is checked, monitoring of the item
starts.
Error Action
Specifies the action(s) taken when the System Monitor
detects that the allowable range is exceeded. You need
to check [Enable] before you can select actions.
LED
The front LED lights orange.
Sounds a buzzer as an alarm.
Buzzer
• Cannot be set up when a checkmark is put in the “OS
Shutdown” checkbox.
Pop-up Message
When [PopupMessage] is specified as an action, the
characters entered in the field (e.g. DIN0 Error) are
displayed as a popup message.
For the details about the PopupMessage feature, refer
to the following section.
SEE
DOUT0 to 1
„ When an Error Occurs (page6-13)
Output from the RAS port.
Shuts down the operating system.
OS Shutdown
• The shutdown confirmation message is not displayed.
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6.8.2
Remote RAS
Item
Operation
Enable
When this option is checked, the remote RAS feature starts.
Throw device
Specifies the item(s) to be monitored.
Specifies the IP address used for the connection with the Pro-Server.
Interface
• When 2 or more IP Addresses are allocated to the PS-A unit, the [Auto] cannot
be selected. Enter settings that allow the reading of a fixed IP Address from a
DHCP server. For details, contact your company’s network administrator for
getting the detailed information.
Server Filter
Check this option to communicate only with the server with a specific IP
address.
Port No
Specifies the port No. of the server to communicate with.
IP
Specifies the IP address of the server to communicate with.
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6.8.3
Watchdog Timer
Item
Operation
Enable
When this option is checked, the Watchdog Timer is enabled.
Timeout (sec):
Specifies the timer duration.
Error Action
Specifies the action(s) taken when the System Monitor detects that the
allowable range is exceeded.
Pop-up Message
When [PopupMessage] is specified as an action, the characters entered in
the field (e.g. Watchdog Timer Error) are displayed as a popup message.
For the details about the PopupMessage feature, refer to the following
section.
SEE
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Chapter 6 PS-A Monitoring Features
6.8.4
Remote Reset
Item
Enable
Operation
When this option is checked, the Remote Reset is enabled.
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6.9 Setup Guide for the System Monitor Screen
You can check the status of the PS-A being monitored.
Click the tab of the item you want to check.
• PS-A items you want to monitor with the RAS features and the notification method used when
errors occur are set from the System Monitor Property.
For the System Monitor Property settings, refer to the following.
SEE
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6.8 Setup Guide for the System Monitor Property (page6-27)
Chapter 6 PS-A Monitoring Features
6.9.1
Voltage / Fan / Temperature / Backlight / Watchdog Timer
• The Temperature tab displays the same items as the Voltage tab.
• The Backlight and Watchdog Timer tabs display [Status] only.
• The FAN tab is not displayed on the PS-3651A.
Item
Operation
Name
Displays the monitoring item.
Status
Specifies the item to be monitored. The status of each monitoring item is
displayed.
[Pass]: Normal
[Error]: Abnormal
[Disable]: Not monitored
• When [Soft Mirror] is selected, different items are displayed. For details, refer to
the manual of the Software Mirroring Utility.
Buzzer Off
When [Buzzer] is selected for the error notification method, you can stop the
buzzer by clicking [Buzzer Off].
When an error is detected, clicking [Reset] recovers the System Monitor
from the “error” status.
Reset
• After an error is resolved, make sure to reset. If reset is not performed, the error
history remains, which causes the error to be detected again even if it was resolved.
For the procedure to recover from an error status, refer to the following section.
SEE
Minimize
„ When an Error Occurs (page6-13)
Stores the System Monitor screen in the task tray.
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6.9.2
SMART
Item
Operation
Device No.
Displays the number assigned to the hard disk to be monitored.
Model
Displays the model of the hard disk.
Status
Specifies the item to be monitored. The status of each monitoring item is
displayed.
[Pass]: Normal
[Error]: Abnormal
[Disable]: Not monitored
[Not Support]: Not supported
• [Not Support] is displayed when a device like a CF card, which does not support
SMART, is detected.
Buzzer Off
When [Buzzer] is selected for the error notification method, you can stop the
buzzer by clicking [Buzzer Off].
When an error is detected, clicking [Reset] recovers the System Monitor
from the “error” status.
Reset
• After an error is resolved, make sure to reset. If reset is not performed, the error
history remains, which causes the error to be detected again even if it was resolved.
For the procedure to recover from an error status, refer to the following section.
SEE
Minimize
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Stores the System Monitor screen in the task tray.
Chapter 6 PS-A Monitoring Features
6.10 Error Messages
„ Alarm Pop-up Messages
When an error occurs while the “Popup Message” option is enabled for Error Action, the following messages
appear on the pop-up message output screen under the factory settings.
Error-generating Item
VcoreA
VcoreB
+3.3V
+5V
+12V
+2.5V
-12V*1
System FAN*1
System Temperature
System2 Temperature
CPU Temperature
Watchdog Timer
Backlight
SMART
Message
“VcoreA Power Supply Error”
“VcoreB Power Supply Error”
“+3.3V Power Supply Error”
“+5V Power Supply Error”
“+12V Power Supply Error”
“+2.5V Power Supply Error”
“-12V Power Supply Error”
“System FAN Error”
“System Temperature Error”
“System2 Temperature Error”
“CPU Temperature Error”
“Watchdog Timer Error”
“Backlight Blowout Error”
“SMART Error”
*1: Nothing is displayed on PS-3651A.
• The messages displayed on the pop-up message output screen can be modified on the System
Monitor Property.
SEE
6.3.1 Description (page6-10)
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„ Error Messages Displayed on the Event Viewer Screen
The error types/locations shown by the Event Viewer are as follows.
Error Type/Location
Error Message
Vcore A
Vcore A Error has occurred.
Vcore B
Vcore B Error has occurred.
+3.3V
+3.3V Error has occurred.
+5V
+5.0V Error has occurred.
+12V
+12V Error has occurred.
+2.5V
+2.5V Error has occurred.
-12V*1
-12V Error has occurred.
System FAN*1
FAN System Error has occurred.
System Temperature
System Temperature Error has occurred.
System2 Temperature
System2 Temperature Error has occurred.
CPU Temperature
CPU Temperature Error has occurred.
Watch Dog Timer
Watchdog Timer Error has occurred.
Backlight
Backlight Error has occurred.
SMART
SMART Error has occurred. Attribute (No.) (Attribute Name) Device
(No.) (HD Model).
The descriptions in the parentheses vary depending on details of
occurring errors and the device where errors occur (0:Master,
1:Slave).
*1: Nothing is displayed on PS-3651A.
‹ Error Action
• The data shown in the table’s “††” indicate the error type/location.
• The actions to be taken after an error occurs are set via the System Monitor Property.
Error Action
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Error Message
Buzzer
Buzzer has sounded because of †† error.
Popup Message
Popup Message has been shown because of †† error.
OS Shutdown
Window has been shut down because of †† error.
LED
LED has output because of †† error.
Chapter 6 PS-A Monitoring Features
„ Error Messages Displayed during Device Reading/Writing
Error Code
Error Message
Decimal
Number
Hexadecimal
Number
9530
253Ah
RAS Initialization Error
9531
253Bh
Command not supported.
9532
253Ch
Access type not supported.
9533
253Dh
Read/Write type not supported.
9534
253Eh
Access to the device is rejected.
9535
253Fh
Value setting to the device/retrieval failed.
FFFFh
Returned when read/write of invalid values or
unsupported device is performed for Voltage,
Temperature, and number of revolution of the FAN.
65535
(No Code)
SEE
For error messages other than listed above, refer to “Pro-Server with Pro-Studio for Windows
Operation Manual”.
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6.11 Restrictions
„ Supported Pro-Server Features
The following table lists the features of the Pro-Server that are supported by the PS-A. For the details of each
feature, refer to “Pro-Server with Pro-Studio for Windows Operation Manual”.
Pro-Server Feature
O: Supported
X: Not Supported
DDE Feature
O
Simplified DLL Feature
(ProEasy.dll)
SEE
„ Supported Simplified DLL Features (page6-38)
OPC Server Interface
O
SRAM Backup Data
X
Action Feature
X
Distribution Feature
X
Data Viewer
O*1
VBA Feature Assist
O
Device Data Backup/Restore Feature
O
Capture Screen Save Feature
X
Security Feature
O
Device Monitor
O
Status Monitor
X
Read Time Measurement
O
*1: Pro-Server with Pro-Studio for Windows Ver.4.0 or higher is required.
„ Supported Simplified DLL Features
The simplified DLL features supported by the PS-A are as follows:
•
Direct Read Function
•
Direct Write Function
•
Cache Read Function
•
Retrieval of Multithreading Handle
•
Release of Multithreading Handle
•
Loading of Network Project File
•
Error Code String Conversion.
•
Participant Station Status Readout Function
•
Initialization of Simplified DLL
•
Termination of Simplified DLL
• Note that the PS-A-supported OS and features supported by Pro-Server are different.
• When using the Remote RAS feature together with Pro-Server in PS-A, be sure to select
different port numbers.
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7
Maintenance
1. Cleaning the Display
2. Cleaning the Fan Filter
3. Periodic Inspection Items
4. Replacing the Installation Gasket
5. Replacing the Backlight
6. Replacing the Internal Battery
This chapter explains cautions and inspection criteria that will ensure trouble-free use of the PS-A.
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7.1 Cleaning the Display
When the surface or frame of the display become dirty, soak a soft cloth in water with a neutral detergent,
wring the cloth tightly, and wipe the display.
• Do not use paint thinner, organic solvents, or a strong acid compound to clean the
unit.
• Do not use hard or pointed objects to operate the touch-screen panel, since it can
damage the panel surface.
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7.2 Cleaning the Fan Filter
In PS-3650A, the fan is used for cooling the CPU and the memory. Since excessive dirt and dust in the filter of
the fan can potentially affect the performance of the unit, regular cleaning of the filter is strongly recommended.
(1)
Turn OFF the power switch of the PS-A and remove the power cable. Place the PS-A on a flat, level surface facing the display face downwards.
(2)
Unscrew the screws (2) (See the figure below) and remove the fan unit.
(3)
Turn the fan unit upside down. Unscrew the screw (1) and lift the fan. Remove the filter between the fan
cover and the fan.
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(4)
Remove dust on the filter using a cleaner etc. If stubborn dirt or stains are present, wash the filter with a
neutral detergent.
• Do not wring the filter to dry it.
Filter
Filter
• When drying the filter, dry it without exposing it to direct sunlight.
• Dry the filter completely before reattaching it.
(5)
Install the filter and tighten the screws of the fan cover.
(6)
Install the fan unit in the PS-A unit.
• Be sure the fan cover is securely attached to the PS-A unit. This is to ensure the
fan cover does not fall while the PS-A unit is operating.
• When installing the fan unit in the PS-A unit, keep the cable as left as possible seen
from the back surface of the PS-A unit, so that the fan cannot contact with it.
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7.3 Periodic Inspection Items
Be sure to inspect the PS-A periodically to ensure it is in good working condition.
„ Ambient environment check
•
Is the ambient temperature within the specified range?
(PS-3650A)
When using HDD
When not using HDD
5 to 50°C
0 to 50°C
(PS-3651A)
•
When using HDD
When not using HDD
5 to 45°C
0 to 50°C
Is the ambient humidity within the specified range?
PS3650A/PS3651A: 10 to 90%RH (Not condensing, wet bulb temperature: 39°C or less, or with
HDD 29°C or less.)
•
Is the atmosphere free of corrosive gas?
When using the unit in an enclosure, the enclosure’s atmosphere is the ambient environment.
„ Electrical specifications check
•
Is the voltage adequate?
PS3650A-T41/PS3651A-T41: AC85 to 265V, 50/60Hz
PS3650A-T41-24V/PS3651A-T41-24V: DC19.2 to 28.8V
„ Installation check points
•
Are all power cords and cables connected properly? Have any become loose?
•
Are all mounting brackets holding the unit securely?
•
Are there scratches or traces of dirt on the installation gasket?
„ Display check
•
Is the display bright enough?
• If the PS-A’s backlight needs to be replaced, please contact your nearest authorized service
center for prompt service.
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7.4 Replacing the Installation Gasket
The installation gasket provides protection against dust and moisture.
• A gasket which has been used for a long period of time may have scratches or dirt
on it, and could have lost the moisture resistance to be equivalent to IP65f. when
installing the PS-A removed from the enclosure again, the moisture resistance to be
equivalent to IP65f may go down. Be sure to change the gasket at least once a year,
or when scratches or dirt become visible.
• The PS-A unit installation gasket’s model number is CA3-WPG12-01.
„ Installation Gasket Attachment Procedure
(1)
Place the PS-A on a flat, level surface facing the display face downwards.
(2)
Remove the gasket from the PS-A.
(3)
Attach the new gasket to the PS-A. Be sure to insert the gasket into the PS-A’s groove so that the
gasket’s groove sides are vertical.
PS-A Rear Face
Gasket
Installation
Groove
Gasket Seam
(4)
Check that the gasket is attached correctly to the PS-A. The upper surface of the gasket should protrude
approximately 2 mm [0.08 in.] out of the groove evenly.
Unit:mm [in.]
2.0 [0.08]
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• Be sure to confirm the condition of installation of the gasket when you install the unit
in the panel. The gasket must be inserted correctly into the groove for the PS-A’s
moisture resistance to be equivalent to IP65f.
• Since the gasket is flexible but not elastic, be careful not to stretch it unnecessarily,
as doing so could tear the gasket.
• Be sure the gasket’s seam is not inserted into any of the unit’s corners, only in the
straight sections of the groove. Inserting it into a corner may lead to its eventually
tearing.
• To ensure stable resistance against dust and moisture, insert the gasket so that the
seam is at the bottom of the PS-A unit.
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7.5 Replacing the Backlight
PS-A units use a CFL, long-life type backlight. The actual life of the backlight however, will vary depending
on the PS-A’s operating conditions. It is recommended that it be replaced periodically. A PS-A backlight has a
life of 50,000 hours (approx. 5.7 years, at 25°C and 24 hour operation), when the backlight is lit continuously
(time required for brightness to fall to half its normal level.)
• When the LED setting is specified with the RAS control in Control Panel and a backlight
burnout is detected, the status LED illuminates in orange.
• If the backlight or the display unit is damaged, the screen display will go out. Even if the screen
goes out, however, there is a possibility that the touch panel is still operating correctly.
Therefore, since any type of touch panel contact could have an unexpected or dangerous effect
or result, be sure not to touch the screen when this condition occurs.
• A backlight burnout is detected by monitoring the consumed current. Depending on the
condition of the backlight, a backlight burnout may not be detected or it may be detected before
the backlight burns out completely.
Whenever changing the backlight, be sure the PS-A’s power cord has been disconnected and that the unit
is cooled down.
High voltage runs through the wires in the backlight area. When the PS-A’s power cord is connected and
the PS-A is ON, do not touch the area!
When the PS-A’s power has just been turned OFF, the backlight area is still very hot! Do not touch the
backlight area until the area is cooled down. Be sure to wear gloves to prevent being burned.
The backlight is very fragile. Do not strongly push the glass tube or do not strongly pull it when replacing
the Backlight. If the glass tube breaks, you may be injured.
„ Preparation
Please have the following ready beforehand.
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•
Replacement backlight (Model:CA5-BLU12XGA-01)
•
One pair of clean (preferably new) cotton gloves.
•
Phillips screwdriver (no.2)
Chapter 7 Maintenance
7.5.1
Procedure for replacing the backlight of PS-3650A
Be sure to wear gloves when exchanging the backlight, and follow the following procedures.
(1)
Turn OFF the power switch of the PS-A and remove the power cable.
(2)
Remove the PS-A unit from the equipment (panel etc.) to which the unit has been incorporated, and
place the PS-A unit on a flat, level surface facing the display face downwards.
• Be sure to perform the backlight changeover on a flat, level surface. This will
prevent damage to the PS-A unit and the accidental cutting of any of its power
cord.
• Be sure to protect the display surface to prevent damage during the operations.
(3)
Unscrew the screws (2) of the Expansion Board Cover, and remove the Cover.
• When using the PCI board, it is required to remove the Expansion Board Support first. Then
remove the Expansion Board Cover and the PCI board.
(4)
Unscrew the screws (3) of the Mask Cover and remove the Cover.
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(5)
Unscrew the screws (6) (See the figure below).
(6)
Open the PS-A unit as the figure below indicates.
Backlight Unit
(7)
Disconnect the Backlight Unit cable from the connector on the inverter board, and then remove the cable
from the cable clamp.
Cable Clamp
Connector
Cable
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(8)
Loose the Backlight Unit setscrew (1), and lift the edge of the Backlight Unit, and remove the unit while
sliding it along the groove.
Backlight unit setscrew
(9)
Insert a new Backlight Unit while sliding it along the groove and fasten the setscrew. The necessary
torque is 0.173N•m.
• Be careful that no dust or dirt adheres to the backlight surface or to the backlight
holder.
• Be careful not to soil the Backlight with moisture, oil content or finger prints;
otherwise, the life duration of the Backlight will be shortened.
(10) Insert the Backlight Unit cable to the connector on the inverter board, and secure the cable with the cable
clamp.
• Be sure the cable is inserted completely into the backlight connector. Failure to do
so may cause accidents, which can damage the connector.
• The cable clamp is used to prevent the cable from being caught inside in the PS-A
unit and possibly damaged. Be sure to insert the cable in the cable clamp around
the cable before closing the PS-A unit.
(11) Return the PS-A unit to the original condition and tighten the screws (6).
• If any of the screws is missing, check if it fell inside the PS-A unit’s chassis. If the
power is turned ON while a screw is inside, it may cause an accident or fire.
(12) With the reverse procedures to de-installation, install the Mask Cover and the Expansion Board Cover,
sequentially. The necessary torque is 0.5N•m to 0.6N•m.
• After backlight replacement is completed, turn the PS-A unit’s power ON and check if the
screen’s display is normal. If the display is not correct, please contact the Pro-face distributor
from whom you purchased the backlight unit.
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7.5.2
Procedure for replacing the backlight of PS-3651A
Be sure to wear gloves when exchanging the backlight, and follow the following procedures.
(1)
Turn OFF the power switch of the PS-A and remove the power cable.
(2)
Remove the PS-A unit from the equipment (panel etc.) to which the unit has been incorporated, and
place the PS-A unit on a flat, level surface facing the display face downwards.
• Be sure to perform the backlight changeover on a flat, level surface. This will
prevent damage to the PS-A unit and the accidental cutting of any of its power cord.
• Be sure to protect the display surface to prevent damage during the operations.
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(3)
Unscrew the screw (3) of Master Cover, and remove the Mask Cover.
(4)
Unscrew the screws (6) (See the figure below).
Chapter 7 Maintenance
(5)
Open the PS-A unit as the figure below indicates.
Backlight Unit
(6)
Disconnect the Backlight Unit cable from the connector on the inverter board, and then remove the cable
from the cable clamp.
Cable Clamp
Connector
Cable
(7)
Loose the Backlight Unit setscrew (1), and lift the edge of the Backlight Unit, and remove the unit while
sliding it along the groove.
(8)
Insert a new Backlight Unit while sliding it along the groove and fasten the setscrew. The necessary
torque is 0.173N•m.
• Be careful that no dust or dirt adheres to the backlight surface or to the backlight
holder.
• Be careful not to soil the Backlight with moisture, oil content or finger prints;
otherwise, the life duration of the Backlight will be shortened.
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(9)
Insert the Backlight Unit cable to the connector on the inverter board, and secure the cable with the cable
clamp.
• Be sure the cable is inserted completely into the backlight connector. Failure to do
so may cause accidents, which can damage the connector.
• The cable clamp is used to prevent the cable from being caught inside in the PS-A
unit and possibly damaged. Be sure to insert the cable in the cable clamp around
the cable before closing the PS-A unit.
(10) Return the PS-A unit to the original condition and tighten the screws (6).
• If any of the screws is missing, check if it fell inside the PS-A unit’s chassis. If the
power is turned ON while a screw is inside, it may cause an accident or fire.
(11) Put the Mask Cover back in place and tighten the screws (3).The necessary torque is 0.5N•m to 0.6N•m.
• After backlight replacement is completed, turn the PS-A unit’s power ON and check if the
screen’s display is normal. If the display is not correct, please contact the Pro-face distributor
from whom you purchased the backlight unit.
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7.6 Replacing the Internal Battery
The PS-A unit has an internal battery for backup of internal clock data.
Compatible Battery
Service Life
Lithium Battery CR2032
(Hitachi Maxell, Ltd.)
5 years
• The expected battery service life is 5 years, however the battery may die before
then. It is strongly recommended that you replace the battery regularly.
• When the battery is replaced, a part of the BIOS settings are initialized. Configure
the BIOS settings again after replacing the battery.
There is a danger of explosion if the PS-A unit’s battery is incorrectly replaced. This battery
should be replaced with equivalent type recommended by Pro-face.
Prior to replacing the battery, be sure to turn OFF the PS-A unit’s power.
Be careful not to cause a short circuit.
Do NOT to touch any internal parts except the battery and the battery holder.
During the replacement, be extremely careful not to drop the battery onto the PC board
inside the PS-A unit. This may cause product failure.
Dispose of used batteries according to the battery manufacturer’s instructions.
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„ Battery Replacement Procedure
The battery is on the PC board inside the PS-A unit. Refer to “7.5 Replacing the Backlight” for how to open
the PS-A unit.
SEE
(1)
7.5.1 Procedure for replacing the backlight of PS-3650A (page7-9)
7.5.2 Procedure for replacing the backlight of PS-3651A (page7-12)
Be sure to confirm that power is not supplied to the PS-A unit and open the unit.
Internal Battery
(2)
Remove the battery. Push the clip of the battery holder with your finger, the forceps etc. and the battery
is pushed up and removed.
Clip
+
Battery
Battery Holder
(3)
Insert the new battery. Insert the battery in the side of the clip of the battery holder first with the plus
pole (+) facing upward. Push the battery from above until you hear the click to fit it in the battery holder.
Clip
• Be sure the battery’s plus(+) and minus(-) sides are correctly oriented.
(4)
Return the PS-A unit to the original condition.
• Be sure to adjust the time of the internal clock after replacing the battery.
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Troubleshooting
1. Problems and Countermeasures
2. Recovery Procedure
This chapter describes the countermeasures for problems with the PS-A and the recovery procedure for the OS.
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8.1 Problems and Countermeasures
Problem
Countermeasure and reference page
Is the power cable connected properly?
Nothing appears on the screen.
SEE
3 Hardware Installation (page3-1)
Is the power supply/voltage within the range of the
specifications?
SEE
2.1 General Specifications (page2-2)
Is the backlight lit? If the backlight is burnt out, replace it.
SEE
7.5 Replacing the Backlight (page7-8)
Does the status LED illuminate in green?
SEE
If the status LED does not illuminate, contact your
local PS-A distributor.
Is the image output cable connected correctly?
Did you reconnect the image output cable and restart the
PS-A unit?
Did you disconnect the image output cable after starting
the PS-A unit?
- If the OS setup is not yet completed
Connect the image output cable correctly, and recover the
OS using the Recovery Media.
- If the OS setup is completed
• If the analog RGB cable is connected correctly
ÆHold down [Ctrl] + [Alt] + [F1] at the same time for 1
second or longer.
• If the DVI cable is connected correctly
ÆHold down [Ctrl] + [Alt] + [F4] at the same time for 1
second or longer.
The OS does not operate
properly.
Is [Type] in [Primary Slave] set to [Auto] in the IDE
setting?
SEE
„ Primary Master / Primary Slave (page4-5)
Did you connect a new hard disk drive or commercial
USB memory which does not require boot-up?
SEE
4.2.5 Boot (page4-28)
If this symptom occurs, setting [Power on Delay] to
[Enabled] may solve the problem.
Power On Delay (page4-8)
SEE
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Problem
Countermeasure and reference page
The OS does not operate properly.
“Delayed Write
Failed” occurs
frequently.
When some of the following conditions occur
simultaneously, there is a high probability that the PS-A
has failed while writing to files, resulting in this error.
• The same file is frequently accessed (opened, read,
written, etc.).
• The amount of implemented memory is small and
cache memory is insufficient.
• The file is highly fragmented.
• The I/O load to the disk is high.
• Delay writing fails.
Try performing maintenance on the hard disk. If the
problem continues, replace the hard disk.
I want to use a LAN to
recover the OS from
standby or sleep
mode.
Set the PS-A as follows:
1. Select [Control Panel] from the Start menu.
2. Double-click [System]. (With Windows XP, it is in the
[Performance and Maintenance] category.)
3. Click [Device Manager] on the [Hardware] tab.
4. Double-click [Intel PRO/***] in [Network adapters].
5. On the [Power Management] tab, check [Wake on
Magic Packet.].
I did not shut down or
reboot the unit, but
the “CMOS CHECK
SUM ERROR”
occurred.
The clock data back-up battery may be exhausted.
Replace the battery. Note that when the battery is
removed, the BIOS settings will be lost so you need to set
up the BIOS again after replacing the battery.
The battery may be exhausted more quickly under the
following conditions.
• The temperature of the surrounding environment
frequently changes from low to high.
• The connected expansion board consumes the CMOS
battery quickly.
SEE
7 Maintenance (page7-1)
Is the power cable connected properly?
The connected peripheral device
does not work.
SEE
3 Hardware Installation (page3-1)
Is the peripheral device connected properly?
ÆRefer to the manual for the connected device.
Does the device require driver setup?
ÆRefer to the manual for the connected device and set
the driver properly.
Did you start the PS-A unit with a USB device connected?
ÆIf the PS-A unit is started while USB memory or
another USB device is connected, the following
phenomenon may occur depending on the device.
• It takes about 1 minute before the OS starts up.
• If the USB device is not recognized, set [Power on
Delay] to [Enable]. This may solve the problem.
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Problem
The touch panel does not
respond.
Countermeasure and reference page
You need to install the touch panel driver when you use
the PS-A with no pre-installed OS.
SEE
The touch panel does not
respond even after the touch
panel driver is installed.
If the touch panel does not respond even after the touch
panel driver is installed, possible causes are:
• The connected external device (including a keyboard
and a mouse) may not be compatible with the PS-A.
Æ Disconnect the external device and check the touch
operation.
• A touch panel driver (or drivers) other than the driver
downloaded from the Pro-face support site “Otasuke
Pro!” is installed in the PS-A.
Æ Uninstall such a driver(s) and make sure that only the
driver downloaded from “Otasuke Pro!” is installed in
the PS-A. Then check the touch operation.
• The touch panel driver setting has been changed.
Æ If the touch panel driver setting has been changed,
touch actions may not work properly. Please contact
your local PS-A distributor.
The touch position recognized in
the touch panel deviates from
the actual touch.
Have you calibrated the touch panel?
The touch position recognized in
the touch panel still deviates
from the actual touch even after
calibration.
If the touch position still deviates after calibration,
possible causes are:
• There are flaws or unevenness on the surface of the
PS-A.
Æ If the bracket securing the PS-A is tightened too much,
flaws or unevenness may result. Release the PS-A
from the bracket and check whether the problem
continues.
• The touch panel calibration was not finished properly.
Æ Uninstall the touch panel driver once, and then install
the latest driver. The latest driver can be downloaded
from the Pro-face support site “Otasuke Pro!”.
• The hardware in the touch recognition section is faulty.
Æ Use the PS-A that operates properly and check
whether the same problem occurs. If the problem
occurs only with a specific unit, contact your local PS-A
distributor for repair or replacement.
I want to know what the LED
indicator indicates.
A Touch Panel Self-Test Error
occurred.
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SEE
SEE
5.3.1 Driver (page5-6)
‹ LED Indicator (page6-5)
The touch panel is faulty. Please contact your local PS-A
distributor.
Chapter 8 Troubleshooting
8.2 Recovery Procedure
8.2.1
PS-A with no Pre-installed OS
Refer to the instruction manual for the installed OS and recover the OS.
When the OS is recovered, set up the software.
„ Special PS-A Software Setup (page5-2)
SEE
8.2.2
PS-A with Pre-installed OS (Windows® 2000/Windows® XP)
• After performing hard disk recovery, the PS-A unit’s hard disk is returned to its
factory shipped condition.
• For recovery, a commercially-available USB keyboard is required. In addition, a
commercially available USB CD-ROM drive is also required when no DVD drive is
pre-installed in the PS-A unit.
• Do not connect the external storage unit such as USB device and CF Card while
the recovery.
Use the following steps used to recover the Windows® XP Multi-Language Pre-installed Hard Disk.
(1)
Turn on the power of PS-A and immediately press the [F2] key to enter the BIOS setup screen. Insert the
Recovery media into the drive.
(2)
Under [Boot priority order] on the [Boot] menu, use the [+] or [-] key to move [USB CDROM] to the
top.
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(3)
Press the [F10] key and select [Yes] for [Save configuration changes and exit now?] to save the settings
and restart the PS-A unit.
(4)
After the PS-A unit restarts, the Symantec Ghost™ will automatically start.
(5)
After the Symantec Ghost™ starts, the [Question] dialog box will appear.
“Partition sizes correct?”
• Touch operation is disabled on the Symantec Ghost™ screen. Operate the screen with the USB
keyboard or USB mouse.
(6)
The volume displayed in New Size will be recovered. After confirming it, press the [Yes] button. To
change it, press the [No] button and go to the [Destination Drive Details] dialog box. In the [Destination
Drive Details] dialog box, change the size of the New Size and press the [OK] button.
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(7)
The [Question] dialog box will appear. Press the [Yes] button. It will be reconfirmed that the data of the
hard disk is all reset to the original values at the time of delivery.
“Proceed with disk restore? Destination drive will be permanently overwritten.”
(8)
The hard disk recovery program will start. After the recovery operation finishes, the Symantec Ghost™
also will finish. When the message “Please turn off computer” displayed, turn off the power of PS-A.
(9)
Turn on the power of PS-A again and immediately press the [F2] key to enter the BIOS setup screen.
(10) Press the [F9] key and select [Yes] for [Load default configuration now?] to set the BIOS setting to the
factory setting. Press the [F10] key to save the setting and restart the PS-A unit.
(11) After the unit restarts, set up your OS.
SEE
„ Setting Up the OS (page5-2)
• If BIOS does not recognize the boot drive or if there is a hardware malfunction, the
drive cannot be recovered with Symantec Ghost™. In such cases, Pro-face
recommends that you contact your local PS-A distributor for instructions about drive
recovery or replacement.
• Pro-face does not guarantee the preservation of any data stored on the HDD unit if
the HDD unit has an accident, malfunctions or is damaged in any way. Therefore,
the regular backing up of important HDD unit data to either floppy disks, or other
type of suitable magnetic media is strongly recommended.
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Appendices
1. I/O Map
2. Memory Map
3. Interrupt Map
4. License Agreement
This section describes the hardware configuration including the I/O map, memory map and interrupt map.
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I/O Map
Address
AT System Device
0000H-001FH
DMA controller (8237)
0020H-003FH
Interrupt controller (8259A)
0040H-005FH
System timer (8254)
0060H-006FH
Keyboard controller
0070H-007FH
Real time clock, NMI mask
0080H-009FH
DMA page register
00A0H-00BFH
Interrupt controller 2 (8259A)
00C0H-00DFH
DMA controller 2 (8237)
00F0H-00FFH
Numeric data processor
01F0H-01FFH
Hard disk (IDE)
0290H-0297H
Reserved
02F8H-02FFH
Reserved
03B0H-03BBH
Video controller (VGA)
03C0H-03DFH
Video controller (VGA)
03F8H-03FFH
Serial port 1 (COM1): General use
System Device
System monitor
• The resources of the PCI BUS board that is installed by the user are automatically assigned to
the free resource by the Plug and Play feature.
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Memory Map
MAXMEM
SMRAM
MAXMEM-1MB
FrameBuffer
MAXMEM-9MB*1
Expanded Memory
1MB
System BIOS
Expanded ROM Area
PXE BIOS, VGA BIOS
Video RAM
F000:0000
D000:0000
C000:0000
A000:0000
Conventional Memory
0000:0000
*1
The capacity allocated by “IGD-Memory Size” of the “Video (Intel IGD) Control Sub-Menu” screen of
the BIOS setting is 1MB.
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Interrupt Map
• The interrupts and DMA channel will change depending on the PnP features of PCI available.
„ Hardware Interrupt List
NMI
IRQ 0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Description
Parity Error or I/O Channel Check
Timer (in the Chipset)
Keyboard
Cascade from Controller 2
Reserved
Serial Port 1 (COM2): General Use Port
Available for users *
Reserved
Available for users *
Real Time Clock
ACPI
Available for users *
Available for users *
Available for users *
Numeric Data Processor
Hard Disk (IDE)
Hard Disk (IDE)
• The “*” mark indicates that, depending on the customer’s settings, the following
devices are automatically allocated as Plug and Play devices.
Display Controller
SMBus Controller
Multimedia Device
Network Controller
USB Controller
„ DMA Channel List
Description
DMA 0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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For 8-bit
transmission
Cascade to controller 1
For 8-bit
transmission
Appendices
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License Agreement
„ DMC Corporation Mouse Emulation Software (TSC-1310D/DD) Software License Agreement
Before unsealing and using this product, please read the following license agreement carefully:
This license agreement regarding the following software product (hereinafter called “product”) is concluded
between you the individual or entity licensing the product (hereinafter called (“licensee”) and DMC Co., Ltd.
(hereinafter called “DMC”). With unsealing, installing, copying or using the product, the licensee is regarded
to agree this contract and the contract is in force. Please confirm and understand this agreement fully in
advance. If you do not agree this contract, do not unseal, install, copy or use the software product at all. In
such a case, please return the product at an unused state to the place you the licensee purchased it. Your payment will be returned to the licensee.
1. Copyright
The copyright of the software product belongs to Touch-Base, Ltd.
2. License
For the programs included in this product and the documents related to it, DMC grants untransferable
nonexclusive license to licensee, which permits use of the product under the following conditions:
(1) When a licensee does not purchase the license which permits the licensee to use a licensed product
and its copy(s) and/or the license which permits use of the product on multiple computers, the licensee
is granted the right to use the product on a single computer.
(2) The licensee can create one copy of the product for archival purposes. For the other purposes, copying
the whole or part of the product is strictly prohibited whichever medium you use.
(3) The licensee shall display the copyright notice and other necessary information which is the same as
that for the product on every copy of the product.
(4) The intangible property right of the product and its copy(s) belong to DMC or the DMC supplier.
3. Term of use
This contract shall maintain its validity from conclusion of the contract to the cancellation by DMC or the
licensee.
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4. Termination of the right of use
(1) The licensee can at any time terminate the right to use the product by expunging or destroying the
product and all the copied contents.
(2) When a licensee contravenes these license contents, DMC can notify the licensee of termination of the
right to use the product. In this case, the licensee shall return the product or all the copied contents to
DMC within one month.
5.
Limited Warranty
(1) DMC guarantees that 90 days after the licensee purchased the product, neither material nor manufacturing flaws shall be found at the medium where the product has been recorded or stored. If any errors
related to the material or manufacturing is recognized when the product is installed, we shall replace
the medium used to install the product on the condition that we are notified of it within the guaranteed
period.
(2) DMC shall grant the right to use the product at a state it has been supplied without explicit or implicit
guarantee except for replacement of the medium containing product described in the above clause.
Further, we do not guarantee that the product is suitable as useful for the licensee’s specific purpose of
use and that execution of the product is neither interrupted nor an error is found at its execution.
(3) The responsibility attributable to DMC based on this agreement is limited to replacement of the
medium containing the product, and DMC shall not assume any responsibility for the explicit or
implicit guarantee including the other legal warranty against a defect and a liability for reparation
given from a third party to the licensee regarding the licensee’s profit loss caused by the product, damage arising from a special circumstance and the damage against data or intangible property right.
6. Licensee’s obligation
The licensee shall recognize that the product shall possess the confidential information or property information including the intangible property right protected by the Copyright Act and shall not take the following actions:
(1) Use and copying of the product against the terms of the license and disassembling, reverse engineering, and modifying the product.
(2) Transfer, leasing and sublicensing of the product to the third party.
(3) Deletion and/or change of display of the intangible property right including the copyright displayed
on the medium containing the product.
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7. Restrictions on Export
When the product is subjected to the regulation of the Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Control Act
and the laws and regulations accompanying it and the Export, the licensee shall observe the corresponding
laws and regulations and rules.
http://www.dmccoltd.com
Hironokougyoudanchi, Hirono-machi, Futaba-gun, Fukushima
979-0401, Japan
Phone: +81-240-27-4030 Fax: +81-240-27-4025
„ IN-fINITY soft Keyclick32
Digital Electronics Corporation shall be in no case liable for any loss or damages to you or any third party
whatsoever arising from any faulty performance of IN-fINITY soft, nor shall be responsible to correct such
error of the software program in question.
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