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BASIC1

Cabinet PC in "book format"

User manual

Issue 2.00 of 28.5.2002

MSC TUTTLINGEN GMBH

Rudolf-Diesel-Straße 17

78532 Tuttlingen

Tel. +49 (0) 7461/925-251

Fax +49 (0) 7461/925-291

E-Mail [email protected] www.msc.de/tuttlingen/

BASIC1 - User manual Contents

1

2

2.1

2.2

2.3

2.4

3

3.1

3.2

3.3

3.3.1

3.3.2

3.4

3.4.1

3.4.2

3.4.3

3.5

3.6

3.7

3.8

4

4.1

4.2

5

5.1

5.1.1

5.1.2

5.2

5.2.1

5.2.2

5.2.3

5.3

5.3.1

5.3.2

5.4

5.4.1

5.4.2

5.5

6

6.1

6.2

6.2.1

6.2.2

6.3

6.3.1

6.3.2

6.4

Contents

Basic notes on handling and operation .................................................................................... 5

Characteristics............................................................................................................................. 7

Features......................................................................................................................................... 7

Nomenclature ................................................................................................................................ 8

Basic equipment ............................................................................................................................ 9

Options .......................................................................................................................................... 9

Safety hints ................................................................................................................................ 10

Symbol and reference explanation .............................................................................................. 10

Safety standards and determination............................................................................................ 11

Dangers ....................................................................................................................................... 11

Electric hazards ........................................................................................................................... 11

Mechanical hazards..................................................................................................................... 12

Operating and service personnel................................................................................................. 13

Consider hints.............................................................................................................................. 13

Obligation..................................................................................................................................... 13

Qualification ................................................................................................................................. 13

Transport, storage, disposal ........................................................................................................ 14

Installation, start-up, maintenance............................................................................................... 14

Cleaning....................................................................................................................................... 15

Suitable fire extinguishing agents................................................................................................ 15

Technical data............................................................................................................................ 16

General ........................................................................................................................................ 16

Mechanical measurements.......................................................................................................... 18

Installation.................................................................................................................................. 19

Unpacking MSC IPC and testing scope of delivery..................................................................... 19

Unpacking.................................................................................................................................... 19

Scope of delivery ......................................................................................................................... 19

Mounting Conditions .................................................................................................................... 20

Environmental conditions ............................................................................................................ 20

Ventilation .................................................................................................................................... 20

Mounting situation........................................................................................................................ 21

Fixing ........................................................................................................................................... 23

Accessories ................................................................................................................................. 23

Mounting ...................................................................................................................................... 23

Connection of the peripherals...................................................................................................... 23

Safety........................................................................................................................................... 23

External connections and interfaces ........................................................................................... 24

Connecting supply distribution..................................................................................................... 27

Putting into Operation............................................................................................................... 28

Functional elements .................................................................................................................... 28

Switch-on of the current supply ................................................................................................... 29

Conditions .................................................................................................................................... 29

To boot the computer .................................................................................................................. 29

Software installation .................................................................................................................... 29

Installation of the operating system ............................................................................................. 29

Installation of the periphery drivers.............................................................................................. 29

Data back-up ............................................................................................................................... 34

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9.1

9.2

9.3

9.4

9.5

7

7.1

7.2

7.3

7.4

7.5

7.6

7.7

7.8

7.9

7.10

8

8.1

8.2

10

10.1

10.2

BIOS Setup ................................................................................................................................. 35

Hints for BIOS-Setup ................................................................................................................... 35

Calling BIOS-Setup...................................................................................................................... 35

Setup Main Menue....................................................................................................................... 36

Standard CMOS Setup ................................................................................................................ 38

BIOS Features Setup................................................................................................................... 40

Chipset Features Setup ............................................................................................................... 44

Power Management Setup .......................................................................................................... 47

PNP/PCI Configuration ................................................................................................................ 50

Integrated Peripherals ................................................................................................................. 53

MicroDesign Features Setup ....................................................................................................... 59

Software Interfaces.................................................................................................................... 61

Address Overview System Memory............................................................................................. 61

Interrupts (IRQ) ............................................................................................................................ 62

System expansions/Alterations ............................................................................................... 63

Safety........................................................................................................................................... 63

Open housing............................................................................................................................... 63

Installation of a slot card .............................................................................................................. 64

Install Memory Module................................................................................................................. 65

Install field bus module (Hilscher)................................................................................................ 66

Fault diagnosis........................................................................................................................... 68

General references ...................................................................................................................... 68

General errors, cause, remedy .................................................................................................... 68

11

11.1

11.2

Maintenance/Repair of the MSC IPC ........................................................................................ 70

Safety........................................................................................................................................... 70

Cleaning....................................................................................................................................... 70

11.2.1 General Hints ............................................................................................................................... 70

11.2.2 Cleaning of fan filter mat.............................................................................................................. 70

11.3

11.4

Replace device fan ...................................................................................................................... 71

Replace CPU fan ......................................................................................................................... 72

11.5

11.6

Replace system battery ............................................................................................................... 73

Spare parts .................................................................................................................................. 75

11.7 Questions to the manufacturer, user questions........................................................................... 75

11.7.1 Contact......................................................................................................................................... 75

11.7.2 Data for calling ............................................................................................................................. 75

11.8 Current Drivers and Tools............................................................................................................ 75

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12

12.1

Annex.......................................................................................................................................... 76

Interface assignments / Connections on the CPU board ............................................................ 76

12.1.1 Module configurator IPC586: 586-board with CPU of the Pentium and AMD K6-2 series ......... 76

12.2 Voltage supply ............................................................................................................................. 77

12.2.1 Internal voltage supply................................................................................................................. 77

12.2.2 Test pads ..................................................................................................................................... 77

12.3 Peripheral ports ........................................................................................................................... 78

12.3.1 Serial interfaces COM1 and COM2 [RS-232].............................................................................. 78

12.3.2 Serial interfaces COM3 and COM4 [option] ................................................................................ 79

12.3.3 Fieldbus interface [option] ........................................................................................................... 84

12.3.4 Parallel interface LPT1 ................................................................................................................ 88

12.3.5 Parallel interface LPT2 [option] ................................................................................................... 88

12.3.6 PS/2 mouse and PS/2 keyboard ................................................................................................. 89

12.3.7 USB connections ......................................................................................................................... 90

12.3.8 Ethernet ....................................................................................................................................... 90

12.3.9 VGA monitor port ......................................................................................................................... 91

12.3.10 External floppy drive unit [option] ................................................................................................ 92

12.4 DC/DC transducer ....................................................................................................................... 93

12.5 Interfaces and Connections on the expansion board .................................................................. 94

12.5.1 IDE HD Flash / IDE CD-ROM...................................................................................................... 94

12.5.2 FDD intern Drive A / IDE LS 120 ................................................................................................. 94

12.6 Configuration of jumpers and adjustment of switches................................................................. 95

12.6.1 Set jumper "Master/Slave" for first hard disk (onboard) .............................................................. 95

12.6.2 Set jumper for battery supply ON/OFF (jumper 'battery') ............................................................ 95

12.6.3 Supply voltage –5V for the ISA-Bus external/internal (jumper '-5 Volt)....................................... 95

12.6.4 Switch border "CPU clock" .......................................................................................................... 96

12.6.5 Core voltage and Onboard PCI-Ethernet (Switch unit "Core voltage") ....................................... 96

12.7 Setting of the watchdog timer function ........................................................................................ 97

12.7.1 Identification and Header............................................................................................................. 97

12.7.2 Watchdog Function (Major function ID 05) .................................................................................. 98

12.8 Index ............................................................................................................................................ 99

Table of Figures

Fig. 2-1: Example for the type indication ................................................................................................ 8

Fig. 4-1: Mechanical measurements BASIC1....................................................................................... 18

Fig. 5-1: Vent holes............................................................................................................................... 21

Fig. 5-2: BASIC1 mounting situation with control elements to the front ............................................... 22

Fig. 5-3: BASIC1 mounting situation with control elements to the left.................................................. 22

Fig. 5-4: Label customized interface assignment ................................................................................. 24

Fig. 5-5: External connections and interfaces ...................................................................................... 25

Fig. 5-6: Ground bolt and connection 24 V........................................................................................... 27

Fig. 6-1: Front panel operating and functional elements ...................................................................... 28

Fig. 7-1: Setup Main Menue ................................................................................................................. 36

Fig. 7-2: Standard CMOS Setup........................................................................................................... 38

Fig. 7-3: BIOS Features Setup ............................................................................................................. 40

Fig. 7-4: Chipset Features Setup.......................................................................................................... 44

Fig. 7-5: Power Management Setup ..................................................................................................... 47

Fig. 7-6: PNP/PCI Configuration........................................................................................................... 50

Fig. 7-7: Integrated Peripherals ............................................................................................................ 53

Fig. 7-8: MicroDesign Features Setup .................................................................................................. 59

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Fig. 9-1: Open housing ......................................................................................................................... 63

Fig. 9-2: Combi-slotcard for ISA- or PCI-Card ...................................................................................... 64

Fig. 9-3: Install memory module............................................................................................................ 65

Fig. 9-4: Fieldbus-interface on CPU board ........................................................................................... 66

Fig. 9-5: Leukhardt fieldbus adapter card and fieldbus interface, Hilscher ......................................... 66

Fig. 9-6: Fieldbus interface on adapter card and CPU board ............................................................... 67

Fig. 11-1: Fan filter mat ........................................................................................................................... 70

Fig. 11-2: Housing fan............................................................................................................................. 71

Fig. 11-3: CPU fan .................................................................................................................................. 72

Fig. 11-4: System battery........................................................................................................................ 73

Fig. 11-5: System battery with battery chamber ..................................................................................... 74

Fig. 12-1: Module configurator IPC586 [Component side] ..................................................................... 76

Fig. 12-2: Internal voltage supply............................................................................................................ 77

Fig. 12-3: Test pads ................................................................................................................................ 77

Fig. 12-4: COM1 and COM2 [RS 232] .................................................................................................... 78

Fig. 12-5 COM3 and COM4 [female connection strip, internal]............................................................. 79

Fig. 12-6: RS232 module ........................................................................................................................ 80

Fig. 12-7: COM3 and COM4 [RS-232].................................................................................................... 80

Fig. 12-8: RS422/485 module ................................................................................................................. 81

Fig. 12-9: COM3 and COM4 [RS-422/485]............................................................................................. 81

Fig. 12-10: TTY module ............................................................................................................................ 83

Fig. 12-11: COM3 and COM4 [TTY] ......................................................................................................... 83

Fig. 12-12: Fieldbus [female connection strip, internal] ............................................................................ 84

Fig. 12-13: Interface module "Fieldbus adapter" ...................................................................................... 85

Fig. 12-14: COM modules ......................................................................................................................... 86

Fig. 12-15: Diagnosis interface ................................................................................................................. 86

Fig. 12-16: CANopen interface ................................................................................................................. 87

Fig. 12-17: InterBus interface.................................................................................................................... 87

Fig. 12-18: PROFIBUS interface............................................................................................................... 87

Fig. 12-19: LPT1 ....................................................................................................................................... 88

Fig. 12-20: LPT2 [option] .......................................................................................................................... 88

Fig. 12-21: PS/2 mouse and PS/2 keyboard ............................................................................................ 89

Fig. 12-22: USB......................................................................................................................................... 90

Fig. 12-23: Ethernet .................................................................................................................................. 90

Fig. 12-24: VGA ext................................................................................................................................... 91

Fig. 12-25: Floppy external [option] .......................................................................................................... 92

Fig. 12-26: Expansion board..................................................................................................................... 94

© Copyright MSC TUTTLINGEN GMBH, 78 532 Tuttlingen, 2002

These operating instructions are available as article no. 69 00 062.

Subject to change without notice.

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BASIC1 - User manual Basic notes on handling and operation

1 Basic notes on handling and operation

To this user manual

This user manual is component of the MSC IPC. It must always be stored in the near of the of the

MSC IPC, in order to be fast available. This user manual is supposed to facilitate to become acquainted with the device and to use its specified applications.

The user manual contains important references to operate the MSC IPC safe, properly and economically. Your observation helps, to avoid dangers, decrease repair costs and downtimes and to increase the reliability and the service life of the MSC IPC.

This user manual must be understood by all persons who are responsible for the MSC IPC, read and considered in all points.

This concerns e.g.

Service, including fault clearance, care and disposal of operating and auxiliary materials.

Maintenance (Maintenance, inspection, repair) and/or transport

Particularly the safety chapter must be understood, read and be considered in all points.

Additional to the user manual and the obligatory regulations valid in the use country and at the use place for the accident prevention also the recognised compartment-technical rules are to be considered for safety and compartment-just working.

Only with knowledge of this user manual mistakes can be avoided and a trouble-free operation can be guaranteed. We do not take on any liability for mistakes and breakdowns that result from the non-observance of this user's guide.

If difficulties should result in spite of that, please contact directly the Manufacturer:

MSC TUTTLINGEN GMBH

Rudolf-Diesel-Str. 17

D-78532 Tuttlingen

Phone: (+49) 74 61/ 925-251

Fax: (+49) 74 61/ 925-291

Technical changes that were necessary for the improvement of the MSC IPC are reserved.

Customized variants

The user manual "BASIC1" describes all models of the computer family "BASIC1".

Also the customized variants are based on that.

If necessary, a description of the significant special features is added.

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Guarantee and liability

Fundamentally our "General business conditions" apply. These are available to the operator at the latest since contract conclusion. Guarantee and liability claims with person and object damages are impossible if they are to be put down to one or several of the following causes:

Not definition-appropriate use.

Inappropriate installation, starting up, operation, repairing and observatories.

Operation at defective safety devices or not operative safety and protection appliances.

Nonobservance of the references in the user manual concerning transport, storage, assembly, start-up, operation, limit values and maintenance.

Arbitrary modifying.

Unsatisfactory check of parts which could be worn.

Damages through foreign parts influence and force majeure.

Specified Use

The MSC industrial computer BASIC1 may be used only for mounting in switch cabinets and terminal boards. The range of application is limited by the specifications mentioned in the Technical

Data and conditions.

Only recommended OEM devices and components may be connected to the MSC IPC.

Another use as aforementioned is not specified.

For damages arising from that no liability is taken over.

The specified use also includes:

• the considering of all references in the user manual and

• the keeping of the maintenance works.

Copyright

The copyright for this user manual remains at

MSC TUTTLINGEN GMBH, D-78532 Tuttlingen.

This user manual is only intended for the operator and his personnel.

This documents and its contents may not be disclosed to third parties, neither completely nor in part by duplication, transmission or any other means without written authority.

Non-compliance may lead to prosecution under criminal law.

Application Range

This user manual describes the BASIC1 in all system configurations.

Applicable documents

In addition to this user manual following documents contained in the scope of delivery are applicable:

User manual of the operating system

MSC proofing-certificates

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BASIC1 - User manual Characteristics

2

2.1

Characteristics

Features

The BASIC1 is a computer to be mounted in cabinet, with extremely compact dimensions and based on the IPC586-board.

Connection ports as well as drive units are conveniently accessible and therefore provide an expedient installation of the systems.

Using a slot PLC board in the free slot for cards based on PCI or ISA together with fieldbus I/Os the BASIC1 becomes a full machine control system.

Mechanically stable, robust system-unit cover made of galvanized sheet-steel to be installed in cabinet; mounting is possible on rear side of housing or on side wall.

Single-board computer implies enormous computer performance, high safety and compact design. The all-in-one CPU, the central intelligence of our industrial PCs, includes all functions completely "on board" – in the version of an IPC 586 board.

CPU ranging from Pentium 133 MHz MMX up to AMD K6-2E 400 MHz

Memory up to 256 MB RAM

IDE Flash disk up to 100 MB, alternative to Harddisk

2 MB video RAM

Watchdog for system safety

Integrated keyboard controller

Floppy disk 3½" 1.44 MB

Hard disk 2½" with more than 4.8 GB

CD-ROM drive (Slim Line)

COM1 and COM2 as RS-232

COM3 and COM4 (option) as RS-232, RS-422/485 or TTY

Parallel port LPT1

Ethernet (RJ-45 socket): 10/100 Base-T

2 USB connections

VGA connector

PS/2 keyboard connection

PS/2 mouse connection

Repeater port (COM2, PS/2 keyboard, PS/2 mouse to connect TERMINAL)

Interface of an external floppy disk drive, buffered

Floating contact for overtemperature

Reset button

LEDs: hard disk, power, overtemperature and user (user specific)

Passive backplane with 1 combislot (PCI or ISA)

Internal interface for LPT2

Slot for fieldbus modules CAN bus, InterBus, Profibus, as an alternative to COM3/COM4

LS-120 drive (alternative to FDD)

Operating systems: Windows NT®, Windows 2000®, MS-DOS®

Registered in accordance with CE and UL

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Characteristics

2.2 Nomenclature

The identification of the different types of „BASIC1“ series depends on

• installed CPU,

BASIC1

• the options

– used hard disk,

– Memory,

– Flash,

– additional interfaces,

– operating system,

Example:

-F .586-200 /0 /4800 /128 /F100 /3-485 /2000

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Option: Operating system , e.g. MS-Win 2000

Option: COM 3/4 or Fieldbus, here RS 485

Option: Flash in MB, here 100 M B

Option: DRAM in MB, here 128 M B hard disk in M B, here 4,8 GB

Display version, here always 0, i.e. without display

CPU version, here Pentium 200

Disk drive, here Floppy (Standard)

Basic device with 1 free slot

Fig. 2-1: Example for the type indication

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2.3 Basic equipment

Component

Basic type

CPU version

Description

1 combislot

SBC Pentium MMX 200 MHz

AMD K6-2E 333 MHz

AMD K6-2E 400 MHz

Hard disk 2½" 4,8 GB

CD-ROM integrated 5

1

/

4

"

Floppy Disk 3½" 1,44 MB integrated

Connection for external Floppy

2.4

Hard disk

Drive unit

Floppy

Options

Component

Memory (DRAM)

Description

DIMM 32 MB RAM

DIMM 64 MB RAM

DIMM 128 MB RAM

DIMM 256 MB RAM

32 MB Flash RAM

100 MB Flash RAM

COM3 as RS 232

COM3 as RS 485 / RS 422

COM3 as TTY

COM4 as RS 232

COM4 as RS 485 / RS 422

COM4 as TTY

MS-DOS® 6.xx

MS-DOS® 6.xx English

WINDOWS NT®

WINDOWS NT English®

WINDOWS 2000®

WINDOWS 2000 English®

LS 120, 3 ½", (alternatively to FDD)

IDE Flash Disk

Serial interfaces

Operating system

Floppy

Characteristics

Indication

BASIC1

.586-200

.586-333

.586-400

/4800

/CD

/1,44

/FLOPPY DISK

Indication

/4-232

/4-485

/4-TTY

/DOS

/DOSengl.

/NT

/Ntengl.

/2000

/2000engl.

/120

/D32

/D64

/D128

/D256

/F32

/F100

/3-232

/3-485

/3-TTY

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3

3.1

Safety hints

Symbol and reference explanation

Immediate danger to life and limb of personnel and others.

Nonobservance cause death or hardest injuries (Invalidity).

Danger

Warning

Hazardous situation to life and limb of personnel and others.

Nonobservance may cause death or serious injuries.

Caution

Potentially hazardous situation

Nonobservance may cause slight injuries; also as warning of property damages.

Notes on correct handling

With this symbol references and tips for the secure operation of the MSC IPC are given.

Non-compliance may cause damage to the product and/or damage to parts/items in the vicinity.

Environmental protection

Non-compliance may have an impact on the environment.

Activities

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3.2 Safety standards and determination

Following standards and determinations are valid for use and operation of the MSC IPC:

Electro-magnetic compatibility, 89/336/EMC:

For MSC industrial computers is valid:

Products which carry the CE symbol meet the requirements of the EEC directive

89/336/EEC on electromagnetic compatibility.

The EEC declarations of conformity and the related documentation will be maintained at the following address for inspection by the responsible officials in accordance with article 10(1) of the above stated EEC directive:

MSC TUTTLINGEN GMBH

Rudolf-Diesel-Strasse 17

D-78532 Tuttlingen

Dangers 3.3

The MSC IPC is built according to state of art and with regard to safety rules. Nevertheless with the use dangers for life and limb of the user or third parties and/or influences at the product or at other real values may arise.

The MSC IPC is to be used only:

• for the specified use,

• in perfect state with regard to safety.

Troubles which can influence the safety are to be eliminated immediately. Before the MSC IPC must not be put into operation.

3.3.1 Electric hazards

Danger

Danger through electric tension !

Works at MSC IPC may be carried out only by an electrician/electronic technician !

Following determinations must be kept with installation and operation of MSC IPC:

The valid accident prevention rules

(in Germany in particular the VBG 4)

Separate MSC IPC from the supply network before works. Unplug power plug.

Consider in particular when plugging/unplugging peripherals.

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Lithium batteries

Caution

Injury danger through possible blast !

Consider following hints absolutely when handling with batteries:

– Lithium batteries may and cannot be charged.

– Never bring batteries into touch with fire or water.

– When replacing batteries, we recommend to use only batteries of the same

type.

Replacing/Installation of static-vulnerable components (ESD)

When handling units with static-vulnerable components the ESD handling procedures are to be considered:

Persons that work on the MSC IPC must be grounded for static discharge.

Devices and tools may not be charged statically/have to be discharged.

Unplug MSC IPC from the supply net before you work with electronic components.

Taking ESD components only by the edge.

Do not touch conducting paths or connector-pins at an ESD-unit.

3.3.2 Mechanical hazards

Caution

Injury danger at installation and maintenance jobs:

Cut and mining-wounds through angular components in the interior of the device.

Skin contact with metal parts (Sheet steel angles, screws, cords ...) can cause allergic reactions for sensitive persons.

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3.4 Operating and service personnel

3.4.1 Consider hints

The knowledge of the basic safety-hints and the safety-rules is basic requirement for safe dealing and troublefree operation.

This user manual contains the most important hints in order to operate the MSC IPC safe.

In addition you have to consider the country-specific guidelines corresponding:

Accident prevention

Setup of electrical and mechanical installations

Radio interference suppression, EMC-guideline

A basic education, and subsequent to that regular trainings, have to be carried out by the operator of the MSC IPC.

3.4.2 Obligation

All persons that are instructed with works at the MSC IPC oblige, before beginning work:

• to consider the basic rules about industrial safety and accident prevention,

• to read the safety chapter and the warnings of this manual and to confirm that they understood these through their signature.

The safety-conscious work of the personnel has to be checked in regular distances.

3.4.3 Qualification

Only trained personnel which is familiar with the device may work on the MSC IPC.

The responsibilities of the personnel are to be determined of course for the installation, starting up, operation, maintenance and repair.

Only a trained elektrospecialist may carry out following works:

Installation

Initiation

Operation

Maintenance

Personnel to be taught may work only under supervision of a practised person on the device.

Not qualified personnel

Operations of not qualified and not authorized persons without comprehensive know-how can result in considerable damages at the MSC IPC and in extreme cases dangers for life and limb.

Danger

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3.5

3.6

Transport, storage, disposal

Transport

The customer bears the responsibility for the in-house transport of the

MSC IPC and has to provide for the compliance of the safety and accident prevention rules.

Advance of device only in the original packing.

Storage

An inappropriate storage can cause defects.

Consider the ambient conditions under "Technical data".

Disposal

Electronic parts to be disposed load the environment.

Hand the components on to a specialised company, responsible for the recycling of electrotechnical material, in order to avoid a load of our environment. This applies in particular for batteries and accumulators.

Please do not dispose in any case about the dustbin!

Installation, start-up, maintenance

Important information:

Only trained specialists may carry out installation, start-up and maintenance.

In case of storage in cold environment formation of condensation could occur. Device must be completely dry before start-up !

With start-up and operation the ambient conditions (Temperature, air humidity, etc.) of the device have to be considered for a safe operation.

Spare parts/Extensions/Accessories:

Only by MSC TUTTLINGEN GMBH recommended parts can be used. In case of use of other components the guarantee is dropped on the part of MSC TUTTLINGEN GMBH.

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3.7

3.8

Cleaning

Before beginning of the cleaning works the device has to be unplugged of the supply net and to be protected against restoring the supply.

Only use detergents, that are recommended for cleaning in the section maintenance - cleaning !

Suitable fire extinguishing agents

In the fire case steam and gases can arise which could lead to health injuries.

In the fire case:

Unplug MSC IPC of all external connections.

Disconnect device from the net - unplug power plug.

Using suitable fire abatement measures.

Use only:

Residue-free carbon dioxide quenchers

Direct danger through current surge and where appropriate danger of explosion!

Danger

Do not use under any circumstances for quenching:

Water

Flux quencher (not suitable for electrical devices)

Halon extinguisher (damages the ozonosphere)

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Technical data

4

4.1

Technical data

General

housing

All-In-One-CPU

Memory

Hard disk

IDE-Chipdisk (optional)

Floppy disk (optional)

LS 120 (optional)

Expansion board

Interfaces

- Standard

- Options

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Galvanized sheet metal

1 mm thickness

IPC 586 Board

- SBC Pentium MMX 200 MHz

- SBC AMD K6-2E 333 MHz

- SBC AMD K6-2E 400 MHz

– other processors on request

- /32 /64 /128 / 256 MB RAM

[1 x DIMM168 on 586-board]

Hard disk 2½" : 4,8 GB

Disk 2½" :

32 MB boat-capable flash, as alternative for harddisk

Floppy disk 3½" : 1,44 MB

LS 120, 3½": 120 MB

- 1 floppy disk slot or 1 slot LS-120

- 1 slot CD-ROM

2 x serial (COM1, COM2)

as RS 232 with overvoltage protection

1 x parallel (LPT1)

1 x Ethernet

1 x PS/2-Mouse

1 PS/2-keyboard x

1 x VGA for display unit

2 x USB

1 repeater-port x

1 x 37-pole Sub-D socket for ext. Floppy disk drive

1 x Floating Indicator Contact for overtemperature

COM3, COM4 as

- RS 232 with overvoltage protection

- RS 485 / RS 422 with optocoupler

- TTY with optocoupler

Slot for field bus modules, alternative to COM3/COM4

- CANopen

- INTERBUS

- PROFIBUS

Internal interfaces for

- LPT2

- Floppy

- CD-ROM

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BASIC1 - User manual Technical data

Mains voltage

Power consumption power output: Voltage

Current

Power

Type of protection

Mechanical measurements

[B x H x T in mm]

Weight

Ambient temperature (Operation)

- vertical mounting

Relative humidity

Ambient air

24 V DC (19 ... 36 V DC) SELV *

) a maximum of. 87 W

IP 20

5 V

10 A

50 W

315 x 240 x 120

12 V

0,8 A

14,4 W

-12 V

0,4 A

2,4 W

–5 V

0,10 A

0,5 W

Approx. 5 kg, dependent on system configuration at non-flowing air:

5 ºC to +45 ºC with a maximum of. 50 % +40 ºC with a maximum of. 90 % +20 ºC free from corrosive gases

Device can not be operated in the explosion-hazard area.

Vibration

Shock

Examination according to IEC 68-2-6:

Frequency range:

Amplitude (10 - 57 Hz):

0 - 150 Hz

0,075 mm

Amplitude of the acceleration: Operation: 10 m/s

Storage: 20 m/s

Examination to IEC 68-2-27

(3 shocks into every positive and negative main axial direction):

Pulse width:

Amplitude of the acceleration:

11 ms

Operation: 150 m/s

Storage: 300 m/s

Storage temperature

Testing for EEC conformity:

- interference emission acc. to

- interference resistance acc. to

-25 ºC to +70 ºC

EEC directive 89/336/EEC

EN 55011 and/or.

EN 55022

EN 50082-2

Note:

*

)

The supply voltage must fulfill the specifications of a Safety Extra Low Voltage (SELV) according to DIN 60950.

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Technical data

4.2 Mechanical measurements

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Fig. 4-1: Mechanical measurements BASIC1

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5 Installation

5.1 Unpacking MSC IPC and testing scope of delivery

5.1.1 Unpacking

ð Unpacking device cautiously after incoming good in order to avoid damage.

Keeping original packaging with all components. Only in the original packaging, the MSC IPC can be sent in a safe way.

5.1.2 Scope of delivery

Compare on receipt of the MSC IPC the delivery receipt with the content of the delivery. Missing parts or wrongly supplied parts must be complained immediately for guarantee reasons.

The scope of delivery consists of:

Hardware

BASIC1

2 pieces wall mounting steel angle

Software

According to order:

Without operating system

MS Windows NT® 4.0

MS Windows 2000®

MS-DOS®

If you have commanded with an operating system, this is pre-installed ex works. All installation and driver files are stored on the hard disk of your MSC IPC.

Documentation

BASIC1 operating manual/user's guide

Operating system manual (Windows XX)

Factory testing-report

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5.2 Mounting Conditions

5.2.1 Environmental conditions

Ambient temperature and humidity

For a secure operation of the MSC IPC the values indicated in the technical dates must be kept with installation and operation.

With vertical mounting of the MSC IPC and a maximum of. 45 °C ambient temperature in calm air the MSC IPC operates troublefree.

Keep the MSC IPC out of direct exposure to sun – temperature in the device becomes too high.

In the case of formation of condensation on the device it must be completely dry before startup.

Dust

Operate the MSC IPC if possible in ultra-clean environment.

Extremely dust-containing air can cause damages of the device !

5.2.2 Ventilation

Open space around the device

During the mounting of the MSC IPC: ensure that open space is sufficiently around the device, so that a free access to the device is possible and no accumulation of heat can arise.

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Vent holes

The vent holes of the MSC IPC must not be covered for the safe operation. A corresponding distance to neighbouring mounting components must be kept.

Fig. 5-1: Vent holes

5.2.3 Mounting situation

Front of the housing

The front of the housing with CD-ROM, disk drive and LED must be freely accessible after mounting .

In case of equipment with CD-ROM drive or LS 120 ensure that the tilt angle of the MSC IPC is not more than 30 °.

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Fig. 5-2: BASIC1 mounting situation with control elements to the front

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Fig. 5-3: BASIC1 mounting situation with control elements to the left

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5.3 Fixing

5.3.1 Accessories

Wall mounting angles (contained in the scope of delivery)

5.3.2 Mounting

Consider situation of the mounting angles (see mounting situation) !

ð Grind mounting holes into switch cabinet mounting plate in accordance with mounting situation drawing.

ð Attach wall mounting angle to BASIC housing according to desired mounting situation.

ð Screw in holding-down bolts into boring, so that the BASIC housing can be hung up into the screws by means of slots at the mounting angle.

ð Completely screw in holding-down bolts and tighten holding-down bolts.

5.4 Connection of the peripherals

5.4.1 Safety

When handling units with static-vulnerable components the ESD handling procedures have to be considered:

Disconnect the MSC IPC and the subsequent devices before connection of peripherals from the power supply (Main power switch at the switch cabinet

OFF) !

Disturbance-proof cords and connections are the basis for a interferencefree operation.

Use only shielded cables for all signal connections.

All plug-in connectors must be screwed down or locked.

Providing the cords for the safety with stress reliefs.

Never lay signal lines together with high voltage lines in a duct.

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5.4.2 External connections and interfaces

References:

Do not connect or disconnect plugs during operation!

Field bus interface and COM3/COM4 are to be equipped alternatively.

Assignments of the serial interfaces COM3 and COM4 differs, dependant on the module used:

RS 232, RS 485/422, TTY.

Customized assignment of the interfaces:

The particular assignment of the interfaces of your MSC IPC can be recognized at the label on the housing.

Leukhardt

Systemelekt ronik

Ethernet

Ready

COM1

RS232

COM2

RS232

*

External Floppy

Only usable if no internal Floppy is installed or if the external Floppy is a "B"-Drive.

VGA

LPT1

Repeat er

1 2 3

PS/2

*

Keyb.

U= 24V, I= 1A

OK: 1+ 2 closed

Alarm: 1+ 3 closed

USB

USB

PS/2

*

Mouse

Run

COM3 TTY

COM3 RS485/422

COM3 RS232

Diagnostic

COM4 TTY

COM4 RS485/422

COM4 RS232

Fieldbus

*

Only available if

Repeater-Port is not connected.

Fig. 5-4: Label customized interface assignment

In combination with a 'TERMINAL' device of MSC TUTTLINGEN GMBH the connector cable for the repeater port of the Terminal is connected to the

PS/2-interface for the keyboard, the mouse and the COM2-Interface.

In case of connection to a 'TERMINAL' the hint on the label applies: 'Only available, if Repeater-Port is not connected'.

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Connections

Installation

Position /designation

(1)

Output temperature

(2)

Repeater

Fig. 5-5: External connections and interfaces

Function

Connection of an external logic for temperature alarm, if the permissible operating temperatures of the device are exceeded.

Connection about Phoenix CombiCon-coupler.

Floating contact

U = 24 DC, I = 1 A

Possible wiring (see housing label):

OK: 1 + 2 sticks concludedly

Alarm: 1 + 3 sticks concludedly

Only with connection of the MSC TERMINAL:

Connection for the operation and visualization unit

'TERMINAL'.

Sub-D-Socket, 15 pin

All inputs that are made at the terminal about keyboard, touch, industrial mouse or external mouse are transmitted via this interface onto the CPU of the BASIC1.

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Position /denotation

(4)

Option:

External floppy

Function

(3)

Parallel interface LPT1 Connection by means of Sub-D-Socket 25 pin,

Centronics standard

Only to use, when no internal floppy is connected (Standard configuration is with floppy).

Connection by means of Sub-D-Socket 37 pin.

Do not connect/disconnect external floppy disk drive with computer switched on.

(5)

Serial interface COM2

(6)

Serial interface COM1

(7)

Ethernet interface

Connection by means of D subminiature connector 9 pin,

RS 232

(8)

2 x USB

Connection by means of RJ45-coupler, shielded version.

Transmission rates of 10 Mbit/s and 100 Mbit/s

Connection of components with USB interface and

Connector USB

Connection by means of Mini-DIN-Socket 6 pin.

(9)

PS/2-keyboard

(10) PS/2-Mouse

(11) Optional:

User interface

(12) VGA monitor

Additional Connection Option about Sub-D-Socket 37 pin.

Is not required in most cases of application.

Connection of a monitor by means of

HD-Sub-D-Socket 15 pin

(13) Optional:

1 field bus module or:

COM4-module as

RS 232, RS 485/422,

TTY

(14) Optional:

1 field bus module or

COM3-module as

RS 232, RS 485/422,

TTY

(15) Display-LED

PROFIBUS,

CANopen, INTERBUS

Connections - SUB-D-Plug 9 pin or

- SUB-D-Socket 9 pin

Only with field bus interface:

Status-display: LED green = RUN

LED yellow = READY

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5.5 Connecting supply distribution

Caution

In case of works at the switch cabinet danger exists through electric tension!

Switch supply distribution voltageless (Main power switch OFF).

Attaching safety-sign to the switch cabinet.

Danger of damage for the MSC IPC

Consider the correct supply voltage with the connection of the MSC IPC.

Reference:

For the additional reliability an Interrupt Free Current Supply can be connected.

This is available under the denotation

DC USV 24, Art.-No. 6277093 at MSC TUTTLINGEN GMBH.

Adjustment of the correct supply voltage

The supply voltage and the maximum power consumption must correspond to the information on the type designation plate and in the Technical Data.

The supply voltage must fulfill the specifications of a Safety Extra Low Voltage (SELV) according to DIN 60950.

Calculation of the required power consumption:

The power consumption is different according to commanded system configuration and is a maximum of 87 W.

Important earthing hint

Before switching-on the supply voltage the MSC IPC must be grounded via the ground bolts at the case.

Connection of the MSC IPC to the supply voltage

ð Connect MSC IPC by means of Phoenix CombiConcoupler at supply voltage plug of the MSC IPC.

Ground bolt

The DC/DC-transducer makes the supply possible with

24 V DC ( 19...36 V DC).

Connection by means of Phoenix Contact-coupler

PC 4/2-G-7, 62,

ð Consider correct polarity: '+' and ' - ':

+

+

Fig. 5-6: Ground bolt and connection 24 V

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6

6.1

Putting into Operation

Functional elements

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(1) Power LED (Power)

(2) Temperature alarm

(Temp)

(3) CD-ROM drive

(Option)

(4) Floppy disk 3 ½"

(5) Hard disk LED (HD)

(6) LED green

(7) Reset key (Reset)

Fig. 6-1: Front panel operating and functional elements

LED green, light up with standby

LED red, lights up when operating temperature of the CPU board is too high.

CD-ROM drive, 5 ¼", Slimline

Disk drive for 3 ½" disks, 1,44 MB,

Alternative:

LS 120, 5 ¼" for disk 120 MB

LED yellow, lights up or flashes in case of access on hard disk

Reserved

Restart of the computer by hardware reset

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6.2 Switch-on of the current supply

6.2.1 Conditions

The correct mains voltage is adjusted and the MSC IPC is connected onto the supply distribution.

6.2.2 To boot the computer

After switch-on of the current supply by means of main power switch at the switch cabinet and/or control unit supply the MSC IPC boots automatically. The green LED indicates the standby of the MSC IPC.

While booting a self-test (POST Power On Self Test =) proceeds. The bios settings are tested and the connected system components are scanned.

After successful booting the installed operating system is started

(MS-DOS®, Windows 95®, NT®, 2000®).

ð Install the component drivers in accordance with user manual of the manufacturer and in accordance with user manual of the installed operating system. For more information see also section "Periphery driver installation".

6.3 Software installation

6.3.1 Installation of the operating system

In case of delivery of the MSC IPC the ordered operating system is already pre-installed. If the operating system must be installed subsequently, the corresponding installation CD-ROM is enclosed in the scope of delivery.

All installation files are additionally stored on the hard disk, in the directory 'C:\winnt_cd' and/or

'C:\win95_cd'.

You take full installation instructions from the delivered manuals for the corresponding operating system.

6.3.2 Installation of the periphery drivers

With delivery ex works you receive a completely configured MSC IPC. The following description applies only if you should carry out a change or extension of the system, and already installed components should not operate anymore due to a disturbance.

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Where do you find the drivers?

You will find all drivers that you need, in the directory 'C:\Drivers' on the hard disk.

If you would like to install additional drivers or must carry out a reinstallation, you find all Windows drivers and files in these directories.

Driver for Windows NT®

Graphics driver:

ð Doubleclick the icon 'display' in Win-

dows control panel.

ð Choose registers 'Settings'.

ð Activate the button 'Display Type'.

ð Activate the button 'Change' in the following dialog.

ð Activate the button 'Have Disk'.

ð Activate the button 'search' in the next dialog.

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ð Select Directory 'C:\drivers\grafik' and confirm with 'OK'.

ð Choose drivers, and confirm with 'OK'.

The installation is proceeded.

After a restart of the computer the new graphics driver is installed and you can tune the desired resolution and color palette.

Touch-driver (only devices with touch-screen):

ð If you have a device with touchscreen, the needed driver is in the directory

"C:\Drivers\Touch".

ð Call the command 'Setup.exe' for the installation of the driver in the above-mentioned directory.

ð Follow the instructions at the screen.

The touch-screen 'Setup Wizard' is called.

ð Enter the touch-controller type (ELO 2210) and the type of connection (Interface).

ð Select in addition the language for the touch-screen 'control panel'.

As a standard interface COM port 2 is defined.

ð End installation and restart the MSC IPC.

ð After the new start call up 'control panel' and double click 'ELO-Touch-screen'.

ð Press the button 'calibration' and touch all 3 hot spots as they are indicated on the screen.

ð Confirm with 'yes', when the fingertip matches exactly with the hot spots.

ð Complete the calibration with 'OK'.

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Ethernet:

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ð Double-click the icon 'Network' in the

Windows control panel.

ð Activate the button 'Add'.

ð Activate the button 'disk'.

ð Activate the button 'search' in the next dialog.

ð Select directory 'C:\drivers\ethernet' and confirm with 'OK'.

ð Select the network card 'Intel PRO

Adapter' in the following dialog.

ð During the further installation you are asked to copy some system files. In this case you must enter the following path:

'C:\winnt_cd'.

The installation is proceeded.

After a restart of the computer the network card is installed and you can tune the network links.

After the driver installation in Windows NT® the latest service pack must be installed (download from Microsoft Homepage).

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Driver for Windows 95

Graphics driver:

ð Call the command 'w95500.exe' in the directory 'C:\Drivers\Grafik'.

The installation program searches for the installed graphics controller and installs the necessary driver and system files automatically on your system.

ð Restart MSC IPC and call the dialog 'display' in the Windows control panel to adjust the resolution in the register 'settings' for the screen.

Touch-driver (only devices with touch-screen)

ð You find the required touch-driver in the directory: 'C:\Drivers\Touch'.

ð Call the command 'mm95_200.exe' in the above-mentioned directory to load the driver installation routine.

ð Start the installation routine with 'OK'.

ð Unpack the program files with 'Unzip' into the default directory.

ð Change into directory 'C:\elowin95' and call file 'Setup.exe'.

ð Choose the touchcontroller type and the connection in the following dialog.

ELO 2210 is standard at COM2.

ð End installation program and restart the

MSC IPC.

ð After the new start of Windows 95 the calibrating program is called automatically.

ð Touch all 3 hot spots, being displayed as they appear on the screen.

ð Confirm with 'yes', when the fingertip matches exactly with the hot spots.

ð Complete the calibration with 'OK'.

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6.4

Ethernet-driver

ð Install Ethernet drivers analogous to Windows NT® (see section 'Windows NT® ,

Ethernet driver').

Data back-up

Fundamentally we recommend a regular data back-up.

On completion of the first boot process and the hardware-installation the system data and the content of the whole hard disk must be backed up:

ð Create a system disk in accordance with user manual of the operating system.

ð Safe the content of the hard disk via network onto the hard disk of a server.

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7

7.1

7.2

BIOS Setup

Hints for BIOS-Setup

The BIOS-setup is already installed ex works according to your system configuration. Changes may be made only:

After a system expansion or -change

After a BIOS-update

After replacement of the system battery or other components

After a BIOS update the BIOS default values should be restored again with the command 'Load Bios defaults' before you adapt the BIOS setup to your system configuration again.

After that the system settings can be adapted again in accordance with your system configuration. Only use the Setup-record contained in the scope of delivery, for this purpose.

Calling BIOS-Setup

In order to call the BIOS-Setup, you proceed as follows:

ð Restart computer.

ð While booting the computer the following message is indicated:

'PRESS DEL TO ENTER SETUP'

ð With simulteanous pressing of the key 'Entf' or 'DEL' the computer changes to the BIOS-setup mode.

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7.3 Setup Main Menue

STANDARD CMOS SETUP

BIOS FEATURES SETUP

CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP

POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP

PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION

LOAD BIOS DEFAULTS

LOAD SETUP DEFAULTS

Esc : Quit

F10 : Save & Exit Setup

ROM PCI/ISA BIOS (2A5LCMI5)

CMOS SETUP UTILITY

AWARD SOFTWARE. INC.

INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS

MICRO DESIGN FEATURES SETUP

PASSWORD SETTING

DIE HDD AUTO DETECTION

SAVE & EXIT SETUP

EXIT WITHOUT SAVING

é ê è ç : Select Item

(Shift) F2 : Change Color

Time, Date, Hard Disk Type ...

Fig. 7-1: Setup Main Menue

The following submenues can be selected in the Setup Main Menue.

Standard CMOS Setup

All standard BIOS settings are carried out here, as for example time and date, indication of the connected hard disks and floppy disk drives.

BIOS Features Setup

The menu contains all further BIOS settings, as for example Cache and Shadow settings, boot parameter etc.

Chipset Features Setup

In this menu chipset settings are carried out. Among other parameters the storage access times can be adapted here.

Power Management Setup

Settings for different power-saving-mode functions.

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PNP/PCI Configuration

Settings for the configuration of PCI devices and the assignment of interrupts (IRQ) and DMA for plug- and play devices or Legacy ISA devices.

Load BIOS Defaults

Loads the BIOS default values of Setup.

Load SETUP Default

Loads the setup default values of Setup.

Integrated Peripherals

Configuration of the onboard-interfaces and devices. The interfaces of IDE, USB and floppy disk can be activated/deactivated with this menue, as well as the mode of the parallel port can be switched.

MicroDesign Features Setup

Setting of the base address of the MicroDesign Feature Port, Settings for the M-Systems Disk-

OnChip Flash.

Password Setting

Here you may enter a password to protect the system or the setup from unauthorized accesses.

IDE HDD Auto Detection

In this menue, the BIOS tries to read the hard disk parameters of the IDE drive. The BIOS also supports the expanded modes for IDE drives with a memory capacity of more than 528 Mbyte.

Save & Exit Setup

Saves the alterations of the BIOS-setup into the CMOS and leaves setup menue.

Exit Without Save

Ignores the alterations of the BIOS setup and leaves setup menue.

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7.4 Standard CMOS Setup

ROM PCI/ISA BIOS (2A5LCMI5)

STANDARD CMOS SETUP

AWARD SOFTWARE.INC.

Date (mm:dd:yy) : Wed, Jul 29 2000

Time (hh:mm:ss) : 10:20:00

HARD DISKS TYPE

Primary Master : Auto

Primary Slave : Auto

Secondary Slave : Auto

SIZE

0

0

0

0

CYLS HEADS

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

PRECOMP

0

0

0

0

LANDZ SECTOR

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

MODE

AUTO

AUTO

AUTO

AUTO

Drive A : 1,44M, 3.5 in.

Drive B : None

Video : EGA/VGA

Halt On : All Errors

Esc : Quit

F1 : Help

Base Memory: 640K

Extended Memory: 31744K

Other Memory: 384K

Total Memory: 32768K

é ê è ç : Select Item

(Shift) F2 : Change Color

PU/PD/+/- : Modify

Fig. 7-2: Standard CMOS Setup

The following system parameters can be set:

Date

Setting of the current date

Month [Jan to Dec]

Day

Year

Time

[0 to 31]

[1994 to 2079]

Setting of the current time:

Hour [00 to 23]

Minute [00 to 59]

Seconds [00 to 59]

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Primary Master, Primary Slave, Secondary Master, Secondary Slave

Indication of the parameters for the connected IDE/EIDE devices. Additionally to IDE/EIDE hard disks the BIOS also supports devices with PIO Mode 4 and ATAPI-interface.

Drive A, Drive B

Indication of the type of the installed floppy disk drives:

No drive None

360 KByte, 5 ¼"

1,2 MByte, 5 ¼"

720 KByte, 3 ½"

1,44 MByte, 3 ½"

360K, 5.25 in.

1.2M, 5.25 in.

720K, 3.5 in.

1.44M, 3.5 in.

2,88 MByte, 3 ½" 2.88M, 3.5 in.

You can also connect a LS 120 floppy disk drive. To use such a drive as floppy disk drive A: proceed as follows:

ð Connect the LS 120 floppy disk drive as IDE Slave disk.

ð Set the parameter for Drive A to 'NONE'

ð In order to boot the computer with this drive, the setup parameter 'Boot Sequence' in the 'BIOS

Features Setup' has to be set to 'LS/ZIP,C'.

Please remind that this drive can only be used as floppy disk drive with 1,44

Mbyte format, if it is installed without additional driver software with DOS.

With the operating system Microsoft Windows® the disk drive can be operated with support of a Multiport driver.

Video

Indication of the Video Adapter:

Monochrome Video adapter MONO

CGA 40 Video adapter

CGA 80 Video adapter

EGA or VGA

CGA 40

CGA 80

EGA/VGA (default)

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7.5

Halt on

Halt of the boot process when errors occur

No errors No Errors

All errors

All errors, with exception of keyboard errors

All errors, with exception of disk errors

All Errors

All, But Keyboard

All, But Disk (Default)

All errors, with exception of errors of the keyboard and the disk All, But Disk/Key

Memory Size of the computer (is indicated, not variable)

Base Memory

Extended Memory

Main Memory

Extended Memory above 1 MB

Memory in the range from

640 kByte to 1 MByte

Totally installed memory

BIOS Features Setup

Other Memory

Total Memory

ROM PCI/ISA BIOS (2A5LCMI5)

BIOS FEATURES SETUP

AWARD SOFTWARE.INC.

CPU Internal Cache : Enabled

External Cache : Enabled

Quick Power On Self Test : Disabled

Boot Sequence : A, C, SCSI

Swap Floppy Drive : Disabled

Boot Up Floppy Seek : Enabled

Boot Up NumLock Status : On

Boot Up System Speed : High

Gate A20 Option : Fast

Typematic Rate Setting : Enabled

Typematic Rate (Chars/Sec) : 6

Typematic Delay (Msec) : 250

Security Option : Setup

PS/2 mouse function control : Enabled

PCI/VGA Palette Snoop : Disabled

OS Select For DRAM > 64 MB : Non-OS2

Video BIOS Shadow : Enabled

C8000-CBFFF Shadow : Disabled

CC000-CFFFF Shadow : Disabled

D0000-D3FFF Shadow : Disabled

D4000-D7FFF Shadow : Disabled

D8000-D8FFF Shadow : Disabled

DC000-DFFFF Shadow : Disabled

Esc : Quit

F1 : Help

é ê è ç : Select Item

PU/PD/+/- : Modify

F5 : Old Values (Shift) F2 : Color

F6 : Load BIOS Defaults

F7 : Load Setup Defaults

Fig. 7-3: BIOS Features Setup

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The following system parameters can be set:

CPU Internal Cache

Release of the internal Cache Memory

CPU Cache ON

CPU Cache OFF

Enabled (Default)

Disabled

External Cache

Release of the external Cache Memory

Cache ON Enabled (Default)

Cache OFF Disabled

Quick Power on Self Test

Shortening of the POST Self Test with system start by excluding some test routines.

Shortened Self Test ON

Shortened Self Test OFF

Enabled

Disabled (Default)

We recommend to hold this function to status 'Disabled'.

It proved as useful to indicate errors with system start to avoid system crashes and data loss, even if the system start uses more time through that.

Boot Sequence

Sequence of the system load routines of the different disk drives

Floppy, Hard disk, SCSI

Hard disk, Floppy, SCSI

Hard disk, CD-ROM, Floppy

CD-ROM, Hard disk, Floppy

A,C,SCSI (Default)

C,A,SCSI

C,CDROM,A

CDROM,C,A

Hard disk, Floppy, SCSI

SCSI, Floppy, Hard disk

SCSI, Hard disk, Floppy

Only Hard disk

20 MB Floppy, Hard disk

D/E/F,A,SCSI

SCSI,A,C

SCSI,C,A

C only

LS/ZIP,C

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Swap Floppy Drive

Changes Floppy Disk assignment A/B to B/A

Standard Floppy Disk assignment

Floppy Disk Drive Test ON

Floppy Disk Drive Test OFF

Boot Up NumLock Status

Disabled (Default)

Changed Floppy Disk assignment B/A

Boot Up Floppy Seek

Test of the Floppy Disk drive with system start

Enabled

Enabled (Default)

Disabled

Status of the Numerical Keypad

Numerical Keypad ON

Numerical Keypad OFF

Boot Up System Speed

On (Default)

Off

Setting of Boot Speed

High Boot Speed

Low Boot Speed

Gate A20 Option

Mode for the A20 address line

Switch via the PS/2 Port 92h

High (Default)

Low

Fast (Setup Default)

Switch via the Keyboard Controller Normal (BIOS Default)

Typematic Rate Setting

Release of the user defined settings for automatic key repetition.

Programmed key repetition ON

Programmed key repetition OFF

Enabled

Disabled (Default)

If setting is 'Disabled' the standard values 6 characters per second with 250 msec time delay is valid.

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Typematic Rate (Chars/Sec)

Number of key repetitions.

Number of key repetitions per second 6/8/10/12/15/20/24/30

These function is only available, when 'Typematic Rate Setting' is set to

'Enabled'.

Typematic Delay (Msec)

Defines the time delay to start the automatic key repetition.

Time delay in msec 250/500/750/ 000

These function is only available, when 'Typematic Rate Setting' is set to

'Enabled'.

Security Option

Protect System with Password

Password protection for Setup

Password protection for System

PS/2 Mouse Function Control

Setup (Default)

System

Activating of the PS/2-Mouse support.

PS/2-Mouse support ON

PS/2-Mouse support OFF

PCI/VGA Palette Snoop

Enabled (Default)

Disabled

Selection of RAMDAC Shadowing for ISA/VGA-Additional Cards in a common palette range

(Snoop Write Cycles) of the primary PCI grafic controller.

Palette Snoop Enabled

No Palette Snoop Disabled (Default)

We recommend to keep the value on 'Disabled'!

OS Select for DRAM > 64 MB

Only select this option, when your system is equipped with 64 MB Memory and the operating system OS/2 is installed.

Operating system OS/2 OS2

Other Operating systems No OS2 (Default)

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Video BIOS Shadow

Copy Video BIOS into RAM (Shadow)

Shadow ON Enabled (Default)

Shadow OFF Disabled

C8000-CBFFF Shadow ... DC000-DFFFF Shadow

Copy ROM-BIOS into RAM (Shadow)

Shadow ON

Shadow OFF

Enabled

Disabled (Default)

Only existing ROM-modules are copied into RAM. If an address range is released for Shadow which includes no ROM-module, the corresponding range is not released for Shadow.

If the 'onboard Video BIOS is used, with no external graphic card plugged in, the parameters are set automatically to 'Video BIOS Shadow' and 'C8000-

CBFFFFF Shadow', indepent from the settings in the Setup fields.

Chipset Features Setup

ROM PCI/ISA BIOS (2A5LCMI5)

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DRAM Auto Configuration : Disabled

DRAM Timing Control : Normal

SDRAM Single/Burst Wrte : Single

SDRAM Cycle Length : 2

SDRAM Bank Interleave : Disabled

Sustained 3T Write : Enabled

2 Bank PBSRAM : 3-1-1-1

Read Pipeline : Enabled

Write Pipeline : Enabled

Video BIOS Cacheable : Enabled

System BIOS Cacheable : Enabled

Memory Hole At 15 Mb Addr. : Disabled

ISA Bus Clock : PCICLK/4

Esc : Quit

F1 : Help

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PU/PD/+/- : Modify

F5 : Old Values (Shift) F2 : Color

F6 : Load BIOS Defaults

F7 : Load Setup Defaults

Fig. 7-4: Chipset Features Setup

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The following system parameters can be set:

DRAM Auto Configuration

Selection of the access time settings for memory modules. The automatic configuration with default values for different memory module types can be selected as well as the manual setting of the access parameters.

The standard settings were optimized for the module and should therefore not be altered.

Manual selection of the parameters Disabled (Default)

Setting for 60 ns

Setting for 70 ns

Module 60 ns

Module 70 ns

DRAM Timing Control

Selection of the memory access velocity. The automatic configuration was optimized for the module and should therefore not be altered.

Access velocity Normal (Default)

Medium / Fast / Turbo / Auto

The selection 'Auto' is only available, when the function 'DRAM Auto Configuration was set to 60 nsec or 70.

SDRAM Single/Burst Wrte

Selection of the access mode of memory areas for write operations.

SDRAM write access Single /Burst

SDRAM Cycle Length

Setting for memory access.

Number of clocks 2 / 3

SDRAM Bank Interleave

Setting for memory access.

Interleave access OFF Disabled

Interleave x banks 2 Bank / 4 Bank

Sustained 3T Write

Setting for the access to the L2 Cache (Write Back or Write Through)

Sustained Write ON

Sustained Write OFF

Enabled (Default)

Disabled

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2 Band PBSRAM

Setting for memory access.

Access 3-I-I-I

Access 2-I-I-I

Read Pipeline

Setting for memory access.

Read Pipeline ON

Read Pipeline OFF

Write Pipeline

3-I-I-I (Default)

2-I-I-I

Enabled (Setup Default)

Disabled (BIOS Default)

Setting for memory access.

Write Pipeline ON

Write Pipeline OFF

Video BIOS Cacheable

Enabled (Setup Default)

Disabled (BIOS Default)

Activating of the Video BIOS Cache. If 'Enabled' is selected, the access on Video BIOS addresses is stored in the Cache, if the Cache Controller is activated.

Video BIOS caching Enabled (Default)

Disabled

No Video BIOS caching

System BIOS Cacheable

Activating of the system BIOS Cache.

Enabled (Default)

Disabled

System BIOS caching

No System BIOS caching

Memory Hole At 15 MB Addr.

Setting for memory access.

Deactivate function

Activate function

Disabled (Default)

15M - 16M

14M - 16M

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ISA Bus Clock

Selection of the Clock speed for the ISA Bus

7 MHz

8 MHz

10 MHz

16 MHz

Power Management Setup

7.159 MHz

PCICLK/4 (Default)

PCICLK/3

PCICLK/2

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Power Management : Disabled

PM Control by APM : No

Video Off Option : Susp.Stby-> Off

Video Off Method : V/H SYNC+Blank

Modem Use IRQ : Disabled

Boot Up Floppy Seek : Enabled

** PM Timers **

HDD Power Down : Disable

Doze Mode : Disable

Suspend Mode : Disable

** PM Events **

VGA : OFF

LPT & COM : LPT/COM

HDD & FDD : ON

DMA/master : OFF

RTC Alarm Resume : Disabled

Primary INTR : ON

IRQ3 (COM 2) : Primary

IRQ4 (COM 1) : Primary

IRQ5 (LPT2) : Primary

IRQ6 (Floppy Disk) : Primary

IRQ7 (LPT1) : Primary

IRQ8 (RTC Alarm) : Disabled

IRQ9 (IRQ2 Redir) : Secondary

IRQ10 (Reserved) : Secondary

IRQ11 (Reserved) : Secondary

IRQ12 (PS/2 Mouse) : Primary

IRQ13 (Coprocessor) : Primary

IRQ14 (Hard Disk) : Primary

IRQ15 (Reserved) : Disabled

Esc : Quit

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PU/PD/+/- : Modify

F5 : Old Values (Shift) F2 : Color

F6 : Load BIOS Defaults

F7 : Load Setup Defaults

Fig. 7-5: Power Management Setup

The setup menue for the power management can be different, depending on the system configuration. Settings of the individual parameters can also change the setup menue.

'Doze Mode' designates a system state, in which the CPU is operated with a lower clock rate.

'Suspend' sets the system in a state, in which all components with exception of the CPU are shut off.

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The following system parameters can be set:

Power Management

Setting of current saving mode

Minimal current saving

Maximal current saving

Adjustable times for current

Current saving mode OFF

PM Control by APM

Min Saving

Max Saving

User Define

Disable (Default)

Allocation of the APM-Interface for current saving mode

APM ON Yes

No (Default)

APM OFF

Video Off Option

Current Saving level for deactivating the monitor.

Never activate current saving mode Always On

Activate current saving mode in Suspend Suspend ->Off (Default)

Activate current saving mode in all levels All Modes ->Off

Video Off Method

Setting of the current saving mode of the monitor.

Blank screen

Current saving mode via. H-Sync u. V-Sync

Blank Screen

V-H SYNC+Blank (Default)

Current saving mode according to DPMS DPMS Support

MODEM Use IRQ

Leave current saving mode when modem signals are active on an IRQ channel.

No leaving of the Current saving mode when modem is active

IRQ for Modem

NA

3,4,5,7,9,10,11

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HDD Power Down

Release of the Current saving mode of hard disk.

Wait time for switching on

Current saving mode

Current saving mode OFF

1 Min - 15 Min

Disable (Default)

The transition of the hard disk to the Current saving mode is done by the hard disk itself, if the function is activated.

In order to release the function, the set time value is transmitted as clock signals from the system to the hard disk. The evaluation of the signals is done by the hard disk. As there are different clock lengths with different hard disks, tolerances in relation to the set time values could occur.

Doze Mode

Activating the Doze Mode.

Wait time for switching on the current saving mode

Do not activate current saving

Suspend Mode

10 Sec - 1 Hr

Disable

Activating the Suspend Mode.

Wait time for switching on the current saving level

Do not activate current saving level Disable

0 Sec -1 Hr

The set time value represents the wait time after having reached the Doze

Mode, i.e. the timer for this function starts to run, when the system is in the state Doze.

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7.8

PM Events

These are events, when the system should return to normal operation, e.g. when the graphic card is active (VGA) or when there are activities at a serial or parallel interface (LPT & COM), at a floppy disk or a hard disk (HDD & FDD), at an interrupt signal or a DMA request.

VGA

LPT & COM

OFF, ON

LPT/COM, NONE, LPT, COM

HDD & FDD ON, OFF

DMA/master

RTC Alarm Resume

Primary INTR

IRQn

OFF, ON

Disabled, Enabled

ON, OFF

Primary, Secondary, Disabled

PNP/PCI Configuration

Resources Controled by : Manual

Reset Configuration Data: Disabled

IRQ-3 assigned to: Legacy ISA

IRQ-4 assigned to: Legacy ISA

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IRQ-5 assigned to: PCI/ISA PnP

IRQ-7 assigned to: Legacy ISA

IRQ-9 assigned to: PCI/ISA PnP

IRQ-10 assigned to: PCI/ISA PnP

IRQ-11 assigned to: PCI/ISA PnP

IRQ-12 assigned to: PCI/ISA PnP

IRQ-14 assigned to: Legacy ISA

IRQ-15 assigned to: Legacy ISA

DMA-D assigned to: PCI/ISA PnP

DMA-1 assigned to: PCI/ISA PnP

DMA-3 assigned to: PCI/ISA PnP

DMA-5 assigned to: PCI/ISA PnP

DMA-6 assigned to: PCI/ISA PnP

DMA-7 assigned to: PCI/ISA PnP

CPU to PCI Write Buffer : Enabled

PCI Dynamic Bursting : Disabled

PCI Master 0 WS Write : Enabled

PCI Peer Concurrency : Enabled

PCI Delay Transaction : Disabled

PCI IRQ Activated By : Edge

Primary IDE INT# : A

Secondary IDE INT# : B

Reserve Memory At : CCD00

Reserved Size : 64 KB

Esc : Quit

F1 : Help

é ê è ç : Select Item

PU/PD/+/- : Modify

F5 : Old Values (Shift) F2 : Color

F6 : Load BIOS Defaults

F7 : Load Setup Defaults

Fig. 7-6: PNP/PCI Configuration

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Following system parameters can be set:

Resources Controlled By

Selection of system ressources assignment.

Assignment of ressources by the user

Automatic assignment by the system

Reset Configuration Data

Selection of system ressources assignment.

Function OFF

Manual (Setup Default)

Auto (BIOS Default)

Allocation for ISA-Card

DMA-0 bis DMA-7

Automatic assignment by the system

Disabled (Default)

Function ON Enabled

IRQ-3 to IRQ-15

Allocation of IRQ signals with user-defined assignment.

Legacy ISA

PCI/ISA PnP

Allocation of DMA signals with user-defined assignment.

Allocation for ISA-Card Legacy ISA

PCI/ISA PnP

Automatic assignment by the system

CPU to PCI Write Buffer

Setting for the data flow on the PCI Bus by activating of a write buffer. If 'Enabled' is selected, up to 4 DWORD data can be written on the PCI bus without interruption of the CPU.

Write Buffer Enabled (Default)

Disabled

No Write Buffer

PCI Dynamic Bursting

Setting for the data flow on the PCI bus.

Dynamic Bursting

No Bursting

Enabled (Setup Default)

Disabled (BIOS Default)

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PCI Master 0 WS Write

Setting for the data flow on the PCI bus.

Function active Enabled (Default)

Function not active Disabled

PCI Peer Concurrency

Setting for the data flow on the PCI bus.

Concurrency

No Concurrency

PCI Delay Transaction

Enabled (Default)

Disabled

Setting for the data flow on the PCI bus.

Delay Transaction Enabled

Disabled (Default)

No Delay

PCI IRQ Activated By

Selection of the identification of an IRQ request.

IRQ with Edge Signal Edge (Default)

IRQ with Level Signal Level

Primary IDE INT#

Selection of a INT#Signal for the first (primary) IDE channel.

Selection of the INT#-Signal A, B, C or D

Secondary IDE INT#

Selection of a INT#Signal for the second (secondary) IDE Channel.

Selection of the INT#-Signal A, B, C or D

Reserve Memory At

Selection of a memory range for non-PnP extension cards.

Allocate no memory range N/A (Default)

Allocate memory from address [CC000 bis DE000]

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Reserved Size

Selection of allocated memory size.

Memory range 8KB/16KB/32KB/64KB

This function is only available, when an address was allocated for the selection 'Reserve memory At'.

Integrated Peripherals

ROM PCI/ISA BIOS (2A5LCMI5)

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PCI Slot IDE 2 nd

Channel : Enabled

IDE HDD Block Mode : Disabled

IDE Prefetch Mode : Disabled

OnChip IDE First Channel : Enabled

IDE Primary Master PIO : Auto

IDE Primary Slave PIO : Auto

IDE Primary Master UDMA : Disabled

IDE Primary Slave UDMA : Disabled

OnChip DIE Second Channel : Enabled

IDE Secondary Master PIO : Auto

IDE Secondary Slave PIO : Auto

IDE Secondary Master UDMA : Disabled

IDE Secondary Slave UDMA : Disabled

OnChip USB : Disabled

Onboard FDC Controller : Enabled

Onboard UART 1 : Auto

Onboard UART 2 : Auto

Onboard UART 2 Mode : Standard

IR Duplex Mode : Half

FAST_IR MODE Pins : IRR3

Onboard Parallel Port : 378/IRQ7

Parallel Port Mode : EPP

ECP Modem Use DMA : 3

Parallel Port EPP Type : EPP1.7

Onboard Serial Port 3 : Disabled

Serial Port 3 Use IRQ : IRQ3

Onboard Serial Port 4 : Disabled

Serial Port 4 Use IRQ : IRQ10

Onboard Parallel Port 2 : Disabled

Parallel Port 2 Use IRQ : IRQ7

Parallel Port 2 Mode : Normal

LPT2 ECP Mode Use DMA : 3

Fig. 7-7: Integrated Peripherals

The following system parameters can be set:

IDE HDD Block Mode

Activating the EIDE Block Mode.

Block Mode ON

Block Mode OFF

Enabled (Setup Default)

Disabled (BIOS Default)

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IDE Prefetch Mode

Setting for the EIDE data flow.

Prefetch ON

Primary IDE Channel active

Primary IDE Channel not active

IDE Primary Master PIO

Enabled (Setup Default)

No Prefetch Disabled (BIOS Default)

OnChip IDE First Channel

Activating of the onboard EIDE Controller (primary channel).

Enabled (Default)

Disabled

Selection of the EIDE PIO Mode for the first EIDE channel (Master Device).

Automatic assignment by the system Auto (Default)

Mode 0 to Mode 4

PIO Mode

IDE Primary Slave PIO

Selection of the EIDE PIO Mode for the first EIDE channel (Slave Device).

Automatic assignment by the system Auto (Default)

PIO Mode Mode 0 to Mode 4

IDE Primary Master UDMA

Selection of the Ultra-DMA Mode for the first EIDE channel (Master Device).

Automatic assignment by the system Auto (Setup Default)

No Ultra-DMA Mode Disabled (BIOS Default)

IDE Primary Slave UDMA

Selection of the Ultra-DMA Mode for the first EIDE channel (Slave Device).

Automatic assignment by the system

No Ultra-DMA Mode

OnChip IDE Second Channel

Auto (Setup Default)

Disabled (BIOS Default)

Activating the onboard EIDE Controller (secondary channel)

Secondary IDE Channel active Enabled (Default)

Secondary IDE Channel not active Disabled

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IDE Secondary Master PIO

Selection of the EIDE PIO Mode for the second EIDE channel (Master Device).

Automatic assignment by the system Auto (Default)

PIO Mode Mode 0 to Mode 4

IDE Secondary Slave PIO

Selection of the EIDE PIO Mode for the second EIDE channel (Slave Device).

Automatic assignment by the system

PIO Mode

IDE Secondary Master UDMA

Auto (Default)

Mode 0 to Mode 4

Selection of the Ultra-DMA Mode for the second EIDE channel (Master Device).

Automatic assignment by the system Auto (Setup Default)

Disabled (BIOS Default)

No Ultra-DMA Mode

IDE Secondary Slave UDMA

Selection of the Ultra-DMA Mode for the second EIDE channel (Slave Device).

Automatic assignment by the system Auto (Setup Default)

No Ultra-DMA Mode Disabled (BIOS Default)

OnChip USB

Activating of the Universal Serial Bus-Interface (USB).

USB active Enabled

USB not active

Onboard FDC Controller

Activating the onboard Floppy Disk Controller.

Disabled (Default)

Onboard Controller ON

Onboard Controller OFF

Enabled (Default)

Disabled

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Onboard UART 1

Selection of the Port Address and the interrupts for COM

Automatic assignment by the system Auto (Default)

Deactivate interface

Interrupt, Address

Disabled

3F8/IRQ4, 2F8/IRQ3,

3E8/IRQ4, 2E8/IRQ3

Onboard UART 2

Selection of the Port Address and the interrupt for COM2.

Automatic assignment by the system

Deactivate interface

Auto (Default)

Disabled

Interrupt, Address

OnBoard UART 2 Mode

3F8/IRQ4, 2F8/IRQ3,

3E8/IRQ4, 2E8/IRQ3

Selection of Operating Mode of the interface.

Serial Interface

Infrared Interface

IR Duplex Mode

Selection of the infrared interface mode.

Half Duplex transmission

Duplex transmission

Standard (Default)

HPSIR, ASKIR, Fast SIR

Half (Default)

Full

This option is only available, when the OnBoard UART2 Mode was set as infrared interface.

FAST_IR MODE Pins

Selection of the IR Signal pins.

Mode IRR3

Mode IR

IRR3 (Default)

IR Mode

This option is only available, when the OnBoard UART2 Mode was set as infrared interface.

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Onboard Parallel Port

Selection of the port address and the interrupts for the parallel interface.

Deactivate Interface Disable

Address, Interrupt 3F8/IRQ7, 3BC/IRQ7, 278/IRQ5

Parallel Port Mode

Selection of the operating mode for the parallel interface.

Normal Mode

Enhanced Parallel Port

Enhanced Capabilities Port

ECP and EPP

Normal (Default)

EPP

ECP

ECP+EPP

If the parallel interface was set to the address 3BC and on interrupt IRQ7, only default mode 'Normal' is available.

Enhanced Modes are not available in this case (ECP, EPP).

ECP Mode Use DMA

Assignment of an DMA line for the ECP Mode.

DMA Line 1 1

DMA Line 3 3 (Default)

Parallel Port EPP Type

Selection of the EPP Type.

Version 1.7 EPP1.7 (Default)

Version 1.9

Onboard Serial Port 3

Selection of the port address for COM3.

EPP1.9

Deactivate interface

Selection of port address

Serial Port 3 Use IRQ

Selection of the interrupt line for COM3.

Interrupt

Disabled (Default)

3F8, 2F8, 3E8, 2E8

IRQ3, IRQ 10, IRQ11, IRQ4

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Onboard Serial Port 4

Selection of the port address for COM4.

Deactivate Interface

Selection of port address

Serial Port 4 Use IRQ

Selection of the interrupt line for COM4.

Disabled (Default)

3F8, 2F8, 3E8, 2E8

Interrupt IRQ3, IRQ 10, IRQ11, IRQ4

Onboard Parallel Port 2

Selection of the port address for the second parallel interface (LPT2).

Deactivate Interface

Selection of port address

Parallel Port 2 Use IRQ

Disabled (Default)

3BC, 378, 278

Selection of the interrupt for the second parallel interface (LPT2).

Interrupt IRQ7, IRQ5

Parallel Port 2 Mode

Selection of the operating mode for the parallel interface.

Normal Mode Normal (Default)

Enhanced Parallel Port

Enhanced Capabilities Port

EPP

ECP

ECP und EPP ECP+EPP

If the parallel interface was set to the address 3BC and on interrupt IRQ7, only default mode 'Normal' is available.

Enhanced Modes are not available in this case (ECP, EPP).

LPT2 ECP Mode Use DMA

Assignment of a DMA Line for the ECP Mode of the LPT2 interface.

DMA-Line 1 1

DMA-Line 3 3

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7.10 MicroDesign Features Setup

MD-Feature-Port : 110h

M-Systems-FFS : disabled

FFS window addres : auto

(flash n/a)

LCD&CRT : Auto

FieldBus Address : DC00h

FieldBus IRQ : 11

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Temperature : 25 °C

Supply (5V) : 5000 mV

12 Volt : 12000 mV

CPU Temp : 25 °C neg. 12V : 12000 mV

3.3 V CPU : 3300 mV

CPU Core Voltage : 3300 mV

Fan 1 Speed : 5720RPM

Esc : Quit

F1 : Help

é ê è ç : Select Item

PU/PD/+/- : Modify

F5 : Old Values (Shift) F2 : Color

F6 : Load BIOS Defaults

F7 : Load Setup Defaults

Fig. 7-8: MicroDesign Features Setup

The following system parameters can be set:

MD-Feature-Port

Setting of the basic address for the MicroDesign Feature Port. Please check the basic address before setting, if it is unused to avoid collision with addresses of other components.

Basic address 110h (Default)

118h, 128h, 160h, 168h, 350h, 580h, 7F8h

M-Systems-FFS

Activating of the M-Systems DiskOnChip Flash Filing Systems

M-System active

M-System not active auto disabled (Default)

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FFS Window Address

Setting of the memory window address on the M-Systems DiskOnChip Flash Filing System.

Automatic Selection of the Address Auto (Default)

Address of the memory window [C800 to DC00 ]

This function is only available, if the option 'M-Systems-FFS' was set to

'Disabled'.

LCD&CRT

Selection of the interface for the graphic display (Monitor and/or LCD Panel).

Automatic Selection

Display only on CRT

Auto (Default)

CRT only

Display only CRT and LCD

Display only on LCD

SimulScan

LCD only

With 'Automatic Selection' the screen display is adapted during the system start for reason of compatibility.

The clock signal must be set to 'Open Collector'!

In the mode 'Auto' the CRT screen is selected and the LCD is switched off, if a

CRT and a LCD are connected to the system.

FieldBus Address, FieldBus IRQ

Indication of the basic address and the IRQ Line for the field bus.

These parameters cannot be changed.

Temperature, Supply, u.s.w

The indicated measurements can only be read, but not be altered.

The indication of the rotational speed of the CPU fan is only available with fans, which supply a special clock signal.

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8.1

Software Interfaces

Address Overview System Memory

In Real-Address Mode 1 Mbyte address space is available. In Protected-Virtual Mode up to 16

Mbyte physical address space can be administrated onboard.

After a system reset the CPU is in Real-Address Mode. It executes the Code at address

FFFFF0h. For this reason the BIOS range has to be placed into the top 64 kByte segment of the

16 Mbyte address space.

From this address range a far jump into the segment F000h is executed.

Hex-Adresse

00000000h to

0009FFFFh

000A0000h to

000BFFFFh

000C0000h to

000CBFFFh

000CC000h to

000EFFFFh

Name

640 kByte User-RAM

128 kByte Video-RAM

48 kByte VGA-BIOS

144 kByte Extension-ROM

64 kByte onboard BIOS

Function

DOS applications display refresh memory

VGA BIOS range

Expanded BIOS range

For ISA-cards only CC000-DFFFF! is applicable

BIOS range 000F0000h to

000FFFFFh

00100000h to

07FFFFFFh

00000000h to

00FFFFFFh

FFFF0000h to

FFFFFFFFh

CC000 —DFFFF Expanded range, e.g. for ISA option or

PnP-Option ROM (Silicon-Disk

BIOS extension)

E0000 —EFFFF POST: indication of the first 64 kByte BIOS

Onboard-RAM 2-128 MByte Extended Memory, only to use in

Protected Mode

Offboard-RAM 16 MByte Memory range on expansion boards

64 kByte onboard BIOS BIOS range after Reset

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8.2 Interrupts (IRQ)

The NMI of the CPU and two 8259 Interrupt-Controllers of the chipset supply totally 16 system interrupts. All interrupts can be masked. The interrupts are sorted according to priority, beginning with the highest priority.

The following table lists the 16 available interrupts.

If a peripheral device is deactivated, such as serial or parallel interface, PS/2-mouse or hard disk controller, the assigned interrupt gets free again.

IRQ 3

IRQ 4

IRQ 5

IRQ 6

IRQ 7

Interrupt-Level

NMI

Master

IRQ 0

IRQ 1

IRQ 2

Slave

IRQ 8

IRQ 9

IRQ 10

IRQ 11

IRQ 12

IRQ 13

IRQ 14

IRQ 15

Funktion

Parity- or I/O-channel error

Timer Output 0

Keyboard

Cascaded for Slave Controller (

IRQ9)

Real time Clock (RTC)

ACPI Power Management free /serial interface 3 / 4

Serial interface 3 / 4

PS/2® -mouse /free

Coprocessor

Hard disk controller 1

Hard disk controller 2 serial interface 2 serial interface 1 free /LPT2

Floppy controller

LPT 1

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9.1

System expansions/Alterations

Safety

Works on MSC IPC may only be done by an elektrospecialist!

When working on MSC IPC the device has to be disconnected from the supply net – disconnect power plug!

When handling static-vulnerable components the ESD protective measures have to be considered.

9.2

Absolutely consider the notes on safety in the section 'safety' of this manual.

Open housing

• ‚

Fig. 9-1: Open housing

ð Loosen fixing screws of the right or left housing cover (see arrows, (1)).

ð Put a screwdriver into the centre hole of the metal extension of the housing cover (2) and turn the screwdriver about 90 degrees clockwise. Lift the cover and remove it cautiously.

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9.3 Installation of a slot card

The bus frame is mounted as backplane in vertical position to the single-board computer and is stabilized with a bus support.

Multi-purpose slot = 1 x ISA oder 1 x PCI

Equippable with an ISA-slotcard or a PCI Card.

Conditions:

The MSC IPC has to be disconnected from the supply net (disconnect power plug).

The right cover is opened.

Fig. 9-2: Combi-slotcard for ISA- or PCI-Card

ð Plug Slot-card according to user instructions of the manufacturer into the bus slot.

ð Fix Slot sheet steel at the housing.

ð Attach housing cover again and fix it with screws.

ð Connect power supply and restart MSC IPC.

ð Call Bios-setup if required and set specific settings (I/O-address, IRQ) for slot card according to user instructions of the manufacturer.

ð Restart computer and install device drivers, if required.

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9.4 Install Memory Module

The main memory of the IPC 586 Single Board Computer consists of one SDRAM module. Several modules with different memory size are available (see section

Characteristics).

Conditions

The MSC IPC has to be disconnected from the supply net (disconnect power plug).

The right cover is opened.

Fig. 9-3: Install memory module

ð Insert memory module vertically into slot – with contact bank first.

Pay attention to the codings (slots) at the module and at the memory socket.

ð Press memory module into the slot, until both side latches lock the module safely.

ð Attach housing cover again and fix it with screws.

ð Connect power supply and restart MSC IPC.

Deinstall memory module

ð Press both side latches downwards to release the module.

The memory module is pushed upwards.

ð Withdraw memory module.

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9.5 Install field bus module (Hilscher)

With help of the Leukhardt adapter card a fieldbus module can be plugged directly as module onto the fieldbus interface of the CPU board.

Conditions

The MSC IPC has to be disconnected from the supply net (disconnect power plug).

The right cover is opened.

The fieldbus interface is placed above the DRAM memory module (see fig., marking)

Fig. 9-4: Fieldbus-interface on CPU board

Fig. 9-5: Leukhardt fieldbus adapter card and fieldbus interface, Hilscher

The pins of the Leukhardt fieldbus adapter card and the pins of the fieldbus interface are interconnected (see fig., marking).

Press the cards cautiously together to avoid damaging the pins!

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The interconnected cards (adapter card/fieldbus card) are plugged into the fieldbus slot with the lower side of the adapter card.

Fig. 9-6: Fieldbus interface on adapter card and CPU board

For fieldbus modules an address range of 16 K beginning at address DC000h is set as default value.

IRQ 11 is available as interrupt.

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10 Fault diagnosis

10.1 General references

In this chapter we give you tips how you can define frequently occurring errors and eliminate them.

Please look up error reports of the operating system in the user manual of the

Operating system.

With errors and problems, that cannot be solved by means of the following description, please contact our application department.

10.2 General errors, cause, remedy

Error situation

After switch-on of the mains voltage the personal computer is not ready for operation and/or does not boot.

MSC IPC shuts down while booting.

Cause

Erroneous voltage supply

Possible causes:

Double assignment of

I/O-addresses

Double assignment of hardware-interrupts and/or DMA channels

Deviating assignment of couplers

Supply voltage to low.

Remedy

ð Test whether power plug is plugged and whether power plug sits correctly.

ð Check, if power supply is on.

ð Check fuse in the external power supply.

ð Test computer configuration by means of the delivery documents:

ð Corresponds the MSC IPC to the as-supplied condition, call our application department.

ð If the configuration was modified, you restore the as-supplied condition:

Deinstall additional units and restart the computer again.

ð Measure Supply voltage.

If the mistake still exists after that, contact the supplier of the unit.

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Error situation

The connected display unit

(Screen, display) remains dark / no screen.

On the connected display unit no mouse is indicated.

Time and/or date of the

MSC IPC are not correct.

Cause

Connecting cable of display unit to the MSC IPC (VGA-

Interface) is not connected correctly.

'LCD only' is set in BIOS-

Setup.

Other cause.

No connection of mouse connecting cable and PS/2interface (Mini-DIN-socket)

IRQ 12 is used by another card.

System time in the BIOS erroneous

Empty system battery

Remedy

ð Test connecting cables for correct connection and firm seat.

ð Set in the 'MicroDesign

Features Setup' the Parameter 'LCD&CRT on

'CRT only', 'Simulscan' or

'Auto' in BIOS-Setup.

ð With other cause:

Read operating manual of the display unit.

ð Switch off MSC IPC and test connecting cables for correct connection and firm seat (Mouse interface is marked at the device).

ð Test whether the software driver was installed for the mouse; install when necessary.

ð Check interrupt allocation of the computer. Set other cards to another IRQ, if required.

ð Restart MSC IPC and

Calling BIOS-Setup.

ð Set time/date correctly and store the change when leaving the Setup.

While booting the MSC IPC the hard disk is not recognized.

Mistake in the BIOS-Setup:

Detection of hard disk does not function.

Defective harddisk

If the problem still exists, the system battery is empty. For more information see maintenance section, battery change.

ð Restart MSC IPC and enter the hard disk dates again in the BIOS-Setup:

Start the MSC IPC new.

ð Replace harddisk.

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11 Maintenance/Repair of the MSC IPC

11.1 Safety

Only skilled specialists are authorized to perform maintenance works

When handling modules with static-vulnerable components the ESD protective measures have to be considered.

Caution

11.2 Cleaning

11.2.1 General Hints

Disconnect MSC IPC from supply net, when performing maintenance works – switch off main switch at the switch cabinet!

Do not use aggressive cleaning agents as acids or leaches – danger of damages of the metal surfaces.

Caution

No wet cleaning: only use a moistened cloth, dampened with commercial cleaning agent!

11.2.2 Cleaning of fan filter mat

Caution

If the filter mat is not cleaned regularly, system components could be damaged as a result of overtemperature of the components.

Fig. 11-1: Fan filter mat

ð Clean the filter mat semiannual to avoid contamination of the fan, especially to avoid unsatisfactory ventilation.

ð Push fan cover on the side and remove it.

ð Remove filter mat from fan cover and clean it in a washing leach. Dry it afterwards.

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11.3 Replace device fan

Caution

If the device fan is defective, damages of system components can be the result as consequence of an overtemperature of the device.

Replace defective housing fan immediately.

ð Unplug current supply of the fan.

ð Push fan cover on the side and remove it (see 11.2.2).

ð Loosen the four fixing screws of the fan housing.

ð Remove fan from computer housing.

ð Mount new fan and fix it with screws.

ð Mount fan cover with filter mat again.

ð Plug in current supply – consider polarity.

ð Check function of the fan.

Fig. 11-2: Housing fan

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11.4 Replace CPU fan

Vibrations and noises could be the consequence from a defective CPU fan.

The defective fan has to be replaced immediately.

Only mount appropriate fans. Get more information at MSC TUTTLINGEN

GMBH.

ð Unplug current supply of the fan.

ð Loosen the fixing screws of the fan housing (see arrow in figure) and remove fan cautiously.

ð Mount new fan cautiosly onto the cooling element and fix it with screws.

ð Plug in current supply – consider polarity.

ð The tachometer output of the fan

(yellow cord) has to be connected to 'Open Collector'.

ð Check function of the fan.

Fig. 11-3: CPU fan

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11.5 Replace system battery

If wrong BIOS data are indicated with system start (wrong time/date, hard disk not detected) the cause for this errors is normally a system battery with too low capacity or an empty system battery.

Lithium battery

Caution

Danger of injury through possible explosion!

Please consider the following hints, when handling batteries:

Lithium batteries may not and cannot be charged again, when they are empty.

Do not get batteries into touch with fire or water.

Only use recommended batteries of the same type to replace batteries.

Do not dispose used batteries into the domestic waste. Batteries have to be disposed according to valid environmental directives.

Replace battery

ð Loosen the fixing screws of the right housing cover and remove the cover.

Replace battery as follows:

ð Remove used battery from the socket

(see marking).

ð Consider correct polarity of the new battery. Only use the same battery type.

ð Insert new battery into the socket and press it, so that the battery is flush with the top edge of the socket.

ð Attach housing cover, plug in current supply and restart computer.

Fig. 11-4: System battery

ð Call Bios-Setup and set data as time and date correctly (see 7.4)

ð Restart computer.

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Option battery chamber (customized version)

If your BASIC is equipped with battery chamber, the system battery can be changed without opening the computer housing.

Replace battery as follows:

ð Open cover of the battery chamber

(see arrow, figure is without battery).

ð Battery can be loosened and removed by pulling out of the sticking-ribbon.

ð Insert new battery and close battery chamber again.

ð Restart computer and set Bios settings correctly.

Fig. 11-5: System battery with battery chamber

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11.6 Spare parts

Always specify the article no. and series no. of your MSC IPC when ordering spare parts.

Art.-No.

64 100 15

52 070 30

Designation

Lithium battery

(system battery)

DC fan 80 x 80 x 20

(housing fan)

Type

CR 1/3 N Lithium 3V

SD 802012 HB

64 080 24

60 170 28

Fan filter mat 84 x 92 x 9

Cooling element with fan

(CPU fan)

11.7 Questions to the manufacturer, user questions

11.7.1 Contact

MSC TUTTLINGEN GMBH

Rudolf-Diesel-Strasse 17

D-78532 Tuttlingen

Phone +49 74 61 925-251

Fax +49 74 61 925-291

E-Mail: [email protected]

Internet: http://www.msc.de/tuttlingen/

11.7.2 Data for calling

705.01.3.032.a

Please specify the following data for your MSC IPC when calling:

Device designation and type (e.g. BASIC1)

Series-No. (see type label on MSC IPC)

CPU (e.g. AMD K-6E, 333 MHz, pay attention to the boot routine)

BIOS-Version (pay attention to the boot routine and call Bios Setup)

11.8 Current Drivers and Tools

You will find the current drivers and tools for your MSC IPC on our homepage in the column

'Support' at http://www.msc.de/tuttlingen/ .

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12 Annex

12.1 Interface assignments / Connections on the CPU board

12.1.1 Module configurator IPC586: 586-board with CPU of the Pentium and AMD K6-2 series

Component side

Ext. Battery

USB jumpers

GND GND + 5V + 12V -12V -5V GND

Ethernet

+ 24 V

0 V

DC/DC transducer

–5 Volt

(ext./int.)

Battery

Battery

(On/Off)

Keyboard controller

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Core voltage

APM port

Power external:

–5 V

–12 V

VCC

VCC

GND

GND

GND

+ 12 V

Hard disk or

Flash disk

(2.5")

Temperature alarm

Power

CPU

(Socket 7)

Power

M aster/Slave

(HDD on IDE 2.5" 90°)

GND

IDE (2.5" 90°)

IDE1

Floppy (40 pin)

Floppy (34 pin)

DIP32 socket

(M-Systems DOC)

CPU fan

VCC

+ 12V GND

Power

Power

GND

Memory (DIMM168)

PISA

PC/104

IDE2

Fieldbus

CPU clock

LCD type

1 2

1 2

Power

(IDE2)

3 4 5 6 7 8

3 4

GND

PS/2 mouse

PS/2 keyboard

2 x USB

Fig. 12-1: Module configurator IPC586 [Component side]

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12.2 Voltage supply

12.2.1 Internal voltage supply

–5 V

–12 V

VCC

VCC

GND

GND

GND

+ 12 V

8 pin terminal strip in the middle of the left-hand edge of board to supply the four PC voltages of the power supply unit or the DC/DC transducer.

Each terminal is to be inscribed with the corresponding voltage.

Plug-in connection:

Phoenix Contact MKDS1.5/8-5.08

Fig. 12-2: Internal voltage supply

12.2.2 Test pads

Test pads with the four PC voltages at the upper edge of the component side of the All-In-One board for service tasks.

GND + 5V + 12V -12V -5V

Fig. 12-3: Test pads

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12.3 Peripheral ports

12.3.1 Serial interfaces COM1 and COM2 [RS-232]

Two serial interfaces located on 9 pin Sub-D connectors, each as a RS-232, marked by "COM1" and "COM2".

RS-232-interface

Sub-D male adapter, 9 pin

2

1

5

4

3

9

8

7

6

1 DCD Data Carrier Detect

2 RxD Receive Data

3 TxD

4 DTR

Transmit Data

Data Terminal Ready

5 GND Signal Ground

6 DSR Data Set Ready

7 RTS

8 CTS

9 RI

Request to Send

Clear to Send

Ring Indicator

COM3 and COM4 as an option

In

In

Out

Out

---

In

Out

In

In

Fig. 12-4: COM1 and COM2 [RS 232]

The serial interfaces COM3 and COM 4 can be realized by expansion modules as

RS-232, RS-422/485 or TTY, alternatively to the fieldbus interface.

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12.3.2 Serial interfaces COM3 and COM4 [option]

Two 16 pin female connection strips on the component side of the All-In-One board are used as locations of the modules for the serial interfaces COM3 and COM4. They provide TTL signals and supply voltages.

Each module can be fixed by a M3 screw in a GND contacted drill hole with a hole diameter of

3.5 mm.

Female connection strip, 16 pin

GND 1 2 –5V

GND 3 4 –12V

GND 5 6 +12V

DCD 7 8 DSR

RxD 9 10 RTS

TxD 11 12 CTS

DTR 13 14 RI

GND 15 16 VCC

Fig. 12-5 COM3 and COM4 [female connection strip, internal]

From this internal connection, the modules generate the external interfaces:

RS-232 complete with overvoltage protection

RS-422/485 opto-decoupled

TTY opto-decoupled

Technical data on the serial interfaces are contained in the leaflets of the relevant interface modules.

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RS232 module

RS-232 interface to All-In-One board (on solder side):

Male connection strip, 16 pin

RS-232 with overvoltage protection

Interface to periphery:

Sub-D male adapter, 9 pin

3

2

1

5

4

9

8

7

6

1 DCD

2 RxD

3 TxD

4 DTR

5 GND

6 DSR

7 RTS

8 CTS

9 RI

X1: Male connection strip, 16 pin

(on solder side)

X3: Sub-D male adapter, 9 pin

Fig. 12-6: RS232 module

Fig. 12-7: COM3 and COM4 [RS-232]

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RS422/485 module

X1: Male connection strip, 16 pin

(on solder side)

X3: Sub-D female adapter, 9 pin

Fig. 12-8: RS422/485 module

RS-232 interface to All-In-One board (on solder side):

Male connection strip, 16 pin

RS-422/485 opto-decoupled

Interface to periphery:

Sub-D female adapter, 9 pin

Pin

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

6

7

8

9

3 TxD–/RxD–

4 Termination Transmit/Receive

5

6

7

GND

GND

Half duplex

8

9

TxD+/RxD+

Duplex mode

Full duplex

RxD–

Termination Receive

TxD–

Termination Transmit

GND

RxD+

GND

TxD+

Duplex mode

Fig. 12-9: COM3 and COM4 [RS-422/485]

Standard setting on delivery:

Full duplex

No termination

Switching in case of half duplex mode

In half duplex mode the RTS signal of RS-232 interface switches over from transmit to receive mode.

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Operating mode and termination

The features half duplex and termination of transmit and/or receive line can be externally configured by solder joints at the 9 pin Sub-D adapter.

Solder joint Operating mode

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

6

7

8

9

8

9

6

7

Full duplex = State of delivery

Half duplex

Solder joint Termination

1

2

3

4

5

1

1

2

3

4

5

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

6

7

8

9

6

7

8

9

No termination = State of delivery

Termination

– Full duplex

Termination

– Half duplex

The termination of the transmit and receive line with a resistance of 120 Ohm is conducted each to one pin of the Sub-D female adapter. By connecting this pin with the corresponding line at the socket outside the housing, the termination can be handled variably without open the case and possibly change a jumper setting on the interface module.

Examples to connect periphery

Full duplex without termination

RS-422/485 interface

RxD –

1

6

TxD –

TxD+

Half duplex without termination

RS-422/485 interface

TxD –

TxD+

3

8

GND

5

RxD –

RxD+

GND

TxD – /RxD –

TxD+ /RxD+

3

8

Duplex mode

GND

9

5

Bus –

Bus+

GND

Full duplex with termination

RS-422/485 interface

RxD –

Termination Receive

TxD –

TxD+

Termination Transmit

2

3

1

6

8

4

GND

5

TxD –

TxD+

RxD –

RxD+

GND

Half duplex with termination

RS-422/485 interface

TxD – /RxD –

TxD+ /RxD+

Termination Transceive

Duplex mode

GND

4

9

3

8

5

Bus –

Bus+

GND

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TTY module

X1: Male connection strip, 16 pin

(on solder side)

X3: Sub-D female adapter, 9 pin

Fig. 12-10: TTY module

RS-232 interface to All-In-One board (on solder side):

Male connection strip, 16 pin

TTY opto-decoupled

Interface to periphery:

Sub-D female adapter, 9 pin

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

1 Current source 20 mA

2 TxD+

3 RxD+

4 Current source 20 mA

5 GND

6

220

to GND

7 TxD–

8 RxD–

9

220

to GND

Fig. 12-11: COM3 and COM4 [TTY]

Operating modes

• active

The module current sources supply the required constant current of 20 mA on the transmit and receive line.

• passive

The periphery current sources supply the required constant current of 20 mA on the transmit and receive line.

Examples to connect periphery

S5-95U

TTY interface

TxD+

TxD –

2

7

RxD+

RxD –

3

8

10

7

9

2

1

8

13

11

6

20 mA+

TTY R+

TTY R –

20 mA –

TTY T –

20 mA+

TTY T+

WT 41201

TTY interface

TxD+

TxD –

2

7

RxD+

RxD –

3

8

6

7

8

9

DI 20 mA

DI+

DI –

DI GND

3

4

1

2

DO 20 mA

DO+

DO –

DO GND

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12.3.3 Fieldbus interface [option]

Instead of the two serial interface modules COM3 and COM4 an expansion module like a "Hilscher COM module" can be put on a 40 pin female connection strip via a fieldbus adapter.

See "Design guide COM" Index 4 of Hilscher company for the electrical specification of this bus just as for the assignment of the connections to periphery by the 9 pin Sub-D connector and the 9 pin

Sub-D socket also for the function of the two light emitting diodes.

Female connection strip, 40 pin

GND 1 2 VCC

N.C. 3 4 SMEMW–

SMEMR– 5 6 N.C.

7 8 SA2

SA1 9 10 SA0

DED7 11 12 SA3

DED6 13 14 SA4

DED5 15 16 SA5

DED4 17 18 SA6

DED3 19 20 SA7

DED2 21 22 SA8

DED1 23 24 SA9

DED0 25 26 SA10

SA11 27 28 SA12

GND 29 30 VCC

SA13 31 32 RSTDRV

N.C. 33 34 N.C.

35 36 N.C.

N.C. 37 38

N.C. 39 40 N.C.

Fig. 12-12: Fieldbus [female connection strip, internal]

From this internal connection, the various modules generate the interfaces to the fieldbus systems:

CANopen

InterBus

PROFIBUS

See "Design guide COM" and leaflets of Hilscher company for technical data of the COM modules.

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Fieldbus adapter

There are two versions of fieldbus adapter, differed by connection X7 – depending on fieldbus system:

Fieldbus system

CANopen

InterBus

PROFIBUS

Connection X7

Sub-D male, 9 pin

Sub-D female, 9 pin

X7

X12

V1

C1

R1 R2

X1

X10

X4

X6

X2

X11

COM module

X1: Female connection strip, 8 pin

X2: Female connection strip, 8 pin

X4: Male connection strip, 40 pin

X6: Male conn. strip, 40 pin (solder side)

X7: Sub-D connector, 9 pin

(for CANopen)

Sub-D socket, 9 pin

(for InterBus and PROFIBUS)

X10: Female conn. strip, 10 pin (diagnosis)

X11: Female conn. strip, 10 pin (fieldbus)

X12: Sub-D connector, 9 pin (diagnosis)

V1: LED green "Run"

LED yellow "Ready"

Fig. 12-13: Interface module "Fieldbus adapter"

Connection to fieldbus module (on component side): Male connection strip, 40 pin, X4

Connection to All-In-One board (on solder side): Male connection strip, 40 pin, X6

The signal pinning of both connection strips is identical and corresponds to the pinning of the 40 pin female connection strip "Fieldbus" of the All-In-One board.

Fieldbus, connection to periphery, X7:

CANopen: Sub-D connector, 9 pin

InterBus: Sub-D socket, 9 pin

ProfiBus: Sub-D socket, 9 pin

Fieldbus, connection to fieldbus module: Female connection strip, 10 pin, X11

X7 (female)

10

PE

4

9

3

8

5

1

6

2

7

PE

3

4

5

1

2

8

9

6

7

10

X11 X7 (male)

10

PE

2

6

3

7

1

5

9

4

8

PE

3

4

5

1

2

8

9

6

7

10

X11

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Diagnosis, connection to periphery: Sub-D connector, 9 pin, X12

Diagnosis, connection to fieldbus module: Female connection strip, 10 pin, X10

COM modules

X12

10

PE

8

4

7

3

9

5

1

6

2 RxD

RTS

TxD

CTS

DTR

GND

PE

9

10

7

8

5

6

1

2

3

4

X10

X5

X1

X1: Female connection strip, 40 pin

X2: Male connection strip, 8 pin

X3: Male connection strip, 10 pin (diagnosis)

X4: Male connection strip, 8 pin

X5: Male connection strip, 10 pin (fieldbus)

X2 X4

Fig. 12-14: COM modules

Fieldbus interface: Male connection strip, 10 pin, X5

The signal pinning depends on fieldbus.

Diagnosis interface: Male connection strip, 10 pin, X3

The signal pinning of this RS-232 interface is identical for all COM modules.

Sub-D male,

9 pin

2

3

4

5

7

8

Conn. strip,

10 pin

4

6

8

10

5

7

Designation

RxD

TxD

DTR

GND

RTS

CTS

Signal

Receive Data

Transmit Data

Data Terminal Ready

Signal Ground

Ready to Send

Clear to Send

Input/Output

In

Out

Out

---

Out

In

Fig. 12-15: Diagnosis interface

Note for all COM modules:

Hardware settings

– Address

– Interrupt

DC000

Polling

Memory size 2 / 8 KB Dual-port memory

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CANopen

Sub-D male,

9 pin

2

3

6

7

Conn. strip,

10 pin

1

8

6

9

7

10

Designation

PE

CAN–

DGND

DGND

CAN+

Signal

Earth Ground

Data Line low

Data Reference Potential

Data Reference Potential

Data Line high

Shield

Input/Output

---

In/Out

---

---

In/Out

Shield of bus cable

Fig. 12-16: CANopen interface

InterBus

Sub-D female,

9 pin

1

2

3

5

6

7

9

Conn. strip,

10 pin

1

2

4

6

10

3

5

9

Designation

PE

DO2

DI2

GND2

U dd

DO2–

DI2–

BC_UM

Signal

Earth Ground

Send Data Line +

Receive Data Line +

Ground

Logic Voltage 5 V

Send Data Line –

Receive Data Line –

Bus Connector IN

Input/Output

---

Out

In

---

Out

Out

In

In

Fig. 12-17: InterBus interface

PROFIBUS

Sub-D female,

9 pin

3

4

5

6

8

Conn. strip,

10 pin

1

6

8

10

3

7

Designation

PE

RxD/TxD-P

CNTR-P

DGND

VP

RxD/TxD-N

Signal

Earth Ground

Data Line

Repeater Control Signal

Data Reference Potential

Power Supply positive

Data Line inverse

Input/Output

---

In/Out

Out

---

---

In/Out

Fig. 12-18: PROFIBUS interface

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12.3.4 Parallel interface LPT1

The parallel port (LPT1) is PC/AT compatible, its control signals correspond to the Centronics standard.

Connection via 25 pin Sub-D female adapter, labeled "LPT1".

Sub-D female adapter, 25 pin

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

1 STB– Strobe

2 PD0 Data Bit 0

3 PD1

4 PD2

Data Bit 1

Data Bit 2

5 PD3

6 PD4

7 PD5

8 PD6

9 PD7

Data Bit 3

Data Bit 4

Data Bit 5

Data Bit 6

Data Bit 7

Out

I/O

I/O

I/O

10 ACK– Acknowledge In

11 BUSY+ Busy

12 PE+ Paper End

13 SLCT+ Select

In

In

In

I/O

I/O

I/O

I/O

I/O

14 AFD– Auto Line Feed Out

15 ERR– Error In

16 INIT– Initialize Printer Out

17 SLIN– Select Input Out

18 GND Signal Ground

19 GND Signal Ground

20 GND Signal Ground

21 GND Signal Ground

22 GND Signal Ground

---

---

---

---

---

23 GND Signal Ground

24 GND Signal Ground

25 GND Signal Ground

---

---

---

Fig. 12-19: LPT1

12.3.5 Parallel interface LPT2 [option]

Additionally it is possible to connect the second parallel interface LPT2 by a 26 pin plug on the

All-In-One board and to put it out by a 25 pin Sub-D female adapter next to the LPT1 socket.

For LPT2 you need an adapter bracket!

Male connection strip, 26 pin

STB– 1 2 AFD–

PD0 3 4 ERR–

PD1 5 6 INIT–

PD2 7 8 SLIN–

PD3 9 10 GND

PD4 11 12 GND

PD5 13 14 GND

PD6 15 16 GND

PD7 17 18 GND

ACK– 19 20 GND

BUSY+ 21 22 GND

PE+ 23 24 GND

SLCT+ 25 26 VCC

Fig. 12-20: LPT2 [option]

Remark:

In addition to LPT2 port this cut-out in side plate can be used for a 37 pin female Sub-D adapter to attach an external floppy disk drive.

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12.3.6 PS/2 mouse and PS/2 keyboard

Two 6 pin MiniDIN sockets next to each other to connect an external mouse and an external MF keyboard:

Mouse Keyboard

MiniDIN socket, 6 pin

3

5

1

6

4

2

Mouse

1 MSDAT Mouse Data

2 N.C.

3 GND Ground

4 VCC

5 MSCLK Mouse Clock

6 N.C.

Keyboard

1 KBDAT Keyboard Data

2 N.C.

3 GND Ground

4 VCC

5 KBCLK Keyboard Clock

6 N.C.

Fig. 12-21: PS/2 mouse and PS/2 keyboard

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12.3.7 USB connections

Double USB connector to attach peripheral USB devices.

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USB Port 1

USB Port 2

USB connector, 4 pin

4

3

2

1

USB Port 1

1 VCC

2 Data0–

3 Data0+

4 GND

USB Port 2

1 VCC

2 Data1–

3 Data1+

4 GND

Fig. 12-22: USB

12.3.8 Ethernet

Ethernet connection via 10Base-T connector of shielded version.

The Intel 82558 controller supports transfer rates of

10 Mbit/s and 100 Mbit/s.

10Base-T

RJ45 CAT5 shielded in part

10

1

1 TxD+

2 TxD–

3 RxD+

4 TRM/TTM

5 TRM/TTM

6 RxD–

7 TRM/TTM

8 TRM/TTM

10Base-T Transmit

10Base-T Transmit

10Base-T Receive

Schirm

Schirm

10Base-T Receive

Schirm

Schirm

Differential Output

Differential Output

Differential Input

Differential Input

Fig. 12-23: Ethernet

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12.3.9 VGA monitor port

Enables operation of an external display unit in form of a monitor or various different display types, e.g. from MSC TERMINAL series, via 15 pin HD-Sub-D female adapter

"VGA EXT.".

HD-Sub-D female adapter, 15 pin

6

1

5

10

11

15

1 Video signal red

2 Video signal green

3 Video signal blue

4 Screen ID Bit 2

5 GND (earth)

6 Ground red

7 Ground green

8 Ground blue

9 N.C. (coded)

11 Screen ID Bit 0

12 Screen ID Bit 1

13 Horizontal synchronization

14 Vertical synchronization

10 Synchronization ground 15 Screen ID Bit 3

Fig. 12-24: VGA ext.

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12.3.10 External floppy drive unit [option]

The 37 pin Sub-D female adapter to connect an external floppy disk drive is to be inserted in the cut-out assigned for at the peripheral ports on the left-hand side of the case.

Via a flat cable the female adapter is to be connected to a 40 pin upright male connection strip on the All-In-One board. Note the special wiring of this flat cable.

The interface also provides the voltage supply (+5 V, GND) for the external floppy drive unit, in addition to the signals of the 34 pin connection strip.

Sub-D female adapter, 37 pin

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

1 VCC

2 VCC

3 DRVDEN0

4 N.C.

5 DRVDEN1

6 IDX–

7 MTO–

8 DR1–

9 DR0–

10 MT1–

11 DIR–

12 STP–

13 WD–

14 WG–

15 TR0–

16 WPRT–

17 RDATA–

18 HDSL–

19 DC–

Density Select 0 reserved

Density Select 1

Index

Motor Enable 0

Drive Select 1

Drive Select 0

Motor Enable 1

Direction

Step

Write Data

Write Gate

Track 0

Write Protect

Read Data

Head Select

Disk Change

20 GND

21 GND

22 GND

23 GND

24 GND

25 GND

26 GND

27 GND

28 GND

29 GND

30 GND

31 GND

32 GND

33 GND

34 GND

35 GND

36 GND

37 GND

Fig. 12-25: Floppy external [option]

Caution

Note:

With the computer switched on: do not connect or disconnect external floppy drive unit!

If there is a floppy disk drive integrated in BASIC1, an external drive unit may not be connected.

Remark:

An external floppy drive unit 3½" – 1.44 MB complete with pre-configured cable is available in our delivery program.

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12.4 DC/DC transducer

The DC/DC transducer provides power supply to the IPC586-board inclusive all connected components like e.g. display, hard disk, bus board etc.

Input

Voltage range

Fuse

Starting current limitation

Output

18 ... 36 V DC

T6, 3 A plug-in

Active, electronic

U1 U2 U3

Output voltage DC

Tolerance

Nominal current version 1

Nominal current version 2

Ripple U eff

(< 20 MHz)

Ripple U ss

(< 20 MHz)

Current limitation (typ.)

Protection

Current limitation

Power output limitation

Proof against open-circuit

Hold-up time

Protection against incorrect polarity

Overvoltage shutdown

+5.1 V

±3%

10 A

11.5 A

20 mV

100 mV

13 A

U1

+12 V

±5%

1.2 A

1.5 A

20 mV

100 mV

1.8 A

U2

Yes

75 W

Yes

5 ms approx. for U = 24 V and P = 75 W

10 ms approx. for U = 24 V and P = 37.5W

Active, electronic

Yes, if U1 > 5.5 V

–12 V

±5%

0.3 A

0 A

20 mV

100 mV

0.7 A

U3

Safety

Norm

Output

Protective class

Test voltage

EN 60950

Safe extra low voltage (SELV) according to EN 60950

Class II

500 V / 50 Hz or 750 VDC

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12.5 Interfaces and Connections on the expansion board

CD-ROM /

IDE HD Flash

(3 ½")

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Floppy Disk /

LS 120

(5 ¼")

IDE HD Flash

IDE CD-ROM

FDD int. Drive A

Battery

IDE LS-120

COM2

IDE IPC 586

Feature

FDD IPC 585

Fig. 12-26: Expansion board

12.5.1 IDE HD Flash / IDE CD-ROM

These interfaces can only be allocated alternative. Here you can connect either a CD-ROM disk or a DiskOnChip Flash RAM. The required component can be connected at the appropriate female connector strip.

12.5.2 FDD intern Drive A / IDE LS 120

These interfaces can only be allocated alternative. Here you can connect either a floppy disk or a

LS120 disk. The required component can be connected at the appropriate female connector strip.

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12.6 Configuration of jumpers and adjustment of switches

Jumpers and switches are configured ready for operation ex works. The settings described in the following are only to use if you alter the system configuration.

12.6.1 Set jumper "Master/Slave" for first hard disk (onboard)

This jumper sets the onboard hard disk as master or slave. It is equivalent to the jumper group of the hard disk, i.e Pin1 of the jumper group is equivalent to the hard disk jumper group. The onboard IDE hard disk is set as IDE master ex works. If an additional hard disk is installed, the user instructions of the applicated hard disk has to be considered.

„Master/Slave“

Default:

Setting of the jumper depends on the used hard disk.

1

12.6.2 Set jumper for battery supply ON/OFF (jumper 'battery')

This jumper determines whether the circuit board is supplied with battery voltage.

It also can be used for entering of an external battery voltage.

"Battery (On/Off)"

1

2

3

1

2

3

Battery on

Battery off

12.6.3 Supply voltage –5V for the ISA-Bus external/internal (jumper '-5 Volt)

Default

This jumper determines whether the –5 Volt regulator existing on the board produces –5 Volt.

"–5 Volt (ext./int.)"

–5 Volt external

–5 Volt internal Default

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12.6.4 Switch border "CPU clock"

This switch border is used for the configuration of the different CPU types through the adjustment of the internal and the external bus clock of the CPU.

"CPU clock" Version of socket-7-compatible CPU

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Pentium 133 MHz

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Pentium 200 MHz MMX

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

AMD K6-2E 333 MHz

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

AMD K6-2E 400 MHz

12.6.5 Core voltage and Onboard PCI-Ethernet (Switch unit "Core voltage")

This switch unit provides the configuration of the core voltage of the CPU as well as for the switching off of the PCI Ethernet controller.

Switch 1 ... 5

Switch 6 ... 7

Core voltage reserved

Switch 8 PCI-Ethernet-OnBoard Enable/Disable

Concerning CPUs with one supply voltage (3.3 V) the voltage installed here is without significance.

Concerning CPUs with two supply voltages the voltage differing from 3.3 V will be installed.

Do not change the core voltage, because it is optimized ex works!

Switch no. 8 is only efficient if the PCI variant of the Ethernet controller is equipped.

"Core voltage"

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

CPU type

Pentium 133 MHz

Pentium 200 MHz MMX

AMD K6-2E 333 MHz

AMD K6-2E 400 MHz

"Core voltage": SW8 PCI-Ethernet-OnBoard

1 8

enabled Default

1 8 disabled

Core voltage

3.3 V

2.8 V

1.9 V

2.2 V

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12.7 Setting of the watchdog timer function

The watchdog timer function is part of the feature port functions. The access to the watchdog timer function is possible via the BIOS Feature API.

12.7.1 Identification and Header

Each program, which will access to the BIOS Feature API functions has to detect, if the API

Header is in the Bios Code Segment (F0000h bis FFFFFh). If the header is not detected, there is no access possible to the API functions.

Header (DWORD ALIGNED)

Field Description

Signature

Offset Size

00h 4 Byte

Value

$MiD (ASCII)

API Version

Header Length

Reserved

16 Bit-Real-Mode-Code-Offset

04h 1 Byte

05h 1 Byte

06h 4 Byte

0Ah 2 Byte

10h

0Eh undefined variable variable 16 Bit-Real-Mode-Code-Segment 0Ch 2 Byte

Example for detecting the API header with an Assembler routine

Use the following example to detect the header:

....... mov ax,0F000h mov es, ax xor di, di mov eax,44694D24h mov cx,4000h cld repne scasd jne MD_API_NotFound sub di,4 jmp MD_API_Found

......

;BIOS Code Seg

;;

;First possible Offset

;Signature “$MiD “

;Number of dwords to scan

;Scan forward

;;

;Jump if Signature not found

;ES:DI points to header

;;

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12.7.2 Watchdog Function (Major function ID 05)

This API category provides functions for the watchdog timer.

Watchdog Timer On (Minor function ID 00)

Input: AX = 0500h

BX

CX: Bit 6

CX: Bit 5

= 55AH: Program watchdog by register CX

= 1, Enable reset pin

= 1, enable IOCHK pin

CX: Bit 4-0 = Top 5 bit for count (0.5 -19 s)

BX ! = 55AH, disable pins and set count to a maximum of 8.75 s

Output: CF

CF

= 0 Function not provided, Watchdog enabled

= 1 (Function not provided!)

Watchdog Timer Off (Minor function ID 01)

Input: AX

Output: CF

CF

= 0501h

= 0 Function not provided, Watchdog disabled

= 1 (Function not provided!)

Watchdog Timer Reset (Minor function ID 02)

Input: AX

Output: CF

CF

= 0502h

= 0 Function not provided!, Watchdog timer reset

= 1 (Function not provided!)

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12.8 Index

2 Band PBSRAM .............................. 48

Adjustment of the correct supply voltage.......................................... 29

Ambient temperature and humidity ................................................. 22

Applicable documents ......................... 8

Application Range............................... 8

BIOS Features Setup ........................ 38

Boot Sequence ................................. 43

Boot Up Floppy Seek ........................ 44

Boot Up NumLock Status .................. 44

Boot Up System Speed..................... 44

C8000-CBFFF Shadow ... DC000-

DFFFF Shadow ............................ 46

CANopen .......................................... 89

Chipset Features Setup .................... 38

COM modules ................................... 88

Component side................................ 78

Conditions......................................... 67

Conditions......................................... 68

Conditions:........................................ 66

Connection of the MSC IPC to the supply voltage............................... 29

Connections...................................... 27

Copyright ............................................ 7

CPU Internal Cache .......................... 43

CPU to PCI Write Buffer.................... 53

Customized assignment of the interfaces:........................................ 26

Customized variants............................ 6

Date.................................................. 40

Deinstall memory module.................. 67

Disposal............................................ 16

DMA-0 bis DMA-7 ............................. 53

Documentation.................................. 21

Doze Mode ....................................... 51

DRAM Auto Configuration ................. 47

DRAM Timing Control ....................... 47

Drive A, Drive B ................................ 41

Driver for Windows 95....................... 35

Driver for Windows NT® ................... 32

Dust .................................................. 22

ECP Mode Use DMA ........................ 59

Ethernet-driver .................................. 36

Exit Without Save.............................. 39

External Cache ................................. 43

FAST_IR MODE Pins........................ 58

FFS Window Address ....................... 62

Fieldbus adapter ............................... 87

FieldBus Address, FieldBus IRQ ....... 62

Front of the housing .......................... 23

Gate A20 Option ............................... 44

Guarantee and liability ........................ 7

Halt on .............................................. 42

Hardware .......................................... 21

HDD Power Down ............................. 51

IDE HDD Auto Detection................... 39

IDE HDD Block Mode........................ 55

IDE Prefetch Mode............................ 56

IDE Primary Master PIO.................... 56

IDE Primary Master UDMA ............... 56

IDE Primary Slave PIO ..................... 56

IDE Primary Slave UDMA ................. 56

IDE Secondary Master PIO............... 57

IDE Secondary Master UDMA .......... 57

IDE Secondary Slave PIO ................ 57

IDE Secondary Slave UDMA ............ 57

Important earthing hint...................... 29

Integrated Peripherals ...................... 39

InterBus............................................ 89

IR Duplex Mode................................ 58

IRQ-3 to IRQ-15 ............................... 53

ISA Bus Clock .................................. 49

LCD&CRT ........................................ 62

Lithium batteries ............................... 14

Lithium battery.................................. 75

Load BIOS Defaults.......................... 39

Load SETUP Default ........................ 39

LPT2 ECP Mode Use DMA............... 60

MD-Feature-Port............................... 61

Memory Hole At 15 MB Addr. ........... 48

Memory Size of the computer (is indicated, not variable) ................. 42

MicroDesign Features Setup ............ 39

MODEM Use IRQ ............................. 50

M-Systems-FFS................................ 61

Multi-purpose slot = 1 x ISA oder

1 x PCI ......................................... 66

Not qualified personnel ..................... 15

Onboard FDC Controller................... 57

Onboard Parallel Port 2 .................... 60

Onboard Parallel Port ....................... 59

Onboard Serial Port 3....................... 59

Onboard Serial Port 4....................... 60

Onboard UART 1.............................. 58

OnBoard UART 2 Mode.................... 58

Onboard UART 2.............................. 58

OnChip IDE First Channel ................ 56

OnChip IDE Second Channel ........... 56

OnChip USB..................................... 57

Open space around the device ......... 22

Option battery chamber (customized version)................................. 76

OS Select for DRAM > 64 MB........... 45

Parallel Port 2 Mode ......................... 60

Parallel Port 2 Use IRQ .................... 60

Parallel Port EPP Type ..................... 59

Parallel Port Mode ............................ 59

Password Setting.............................. 39

PCI Delay Transaction...................... 54

PCI Dynamic Bursting....................... 53

PCI IRQ Activated By ....................... 54

PCI Master 0 WS Write..................... 54

PCI Peer Concurrency...................... 54

PCI/VGA Palette Snoop.................... 45

PM Control by APM .......................... 50

PM Events ........................................ 52

PNP/PCI Configuration ..................... 39

Power Management Setup ............... 38

Power Management ......................... 50

Primary IDE INT# ............................. 54

Primary Master, Primary Slave,

Secondary Master, Secondary

Slave ............................................ 41

PROFIBUS ....................................... 89

PS/2 Mouse Function Control............ 45

Quick Power on Self Test.................. 43

Read Pipeline.................................... 48

References: ...................................... 26

Replace battery................................. 75

Replacing/Installation of staticvulnerable components (ESD) ...... 14

Reserve Memory At .......................... 54

Reserved Size................................... 55

Reset Configuration Data.................. 53

Resources Controlled By................... 53

RS232 module .................................. 82

RS-232 with overvoltage protection ............................................... 82

RS422/485 module ........................... 83

RS-422/485 opto-decoupled ............. 83

Save & Exit Setup ............................. 39

SDRAM Bank Interleave ................... 47

SDRAM Cycle Length ....................... 47

SDRAM Single/Burst Wrte ................ 47

Secondary IDE INT# ......................... 54

Security Option ................................. 45

Serial Port 3 Use IRQ........................ 59

Serial Port 4 Use IRQ........................ 60

Software............................................ 21

Specified Use...................................... 7

Standard CMOS Setup ..................... 38

Storage ............................................. 16

Suspend Mode.................................. 51

Sustained 3T Write............................ 47

Swap Floppy Drive ............................ 44

System BIOS Cacheable................... 48

Temperature, Supply, u.s.w .............. 62

Time.................................................. 40

To this user manual............................. 6

Transport .......................................... 16

TTY module ...................................... 85

TTY opto-decoupled.......................... 85

Typematic Delay (Msec).................... 45

Typematic Rate (Chars/Sec) ............. 45

Typematic Rate Setting..................... 44

Vent holes......................................... 23

Video BIOS Cacheable ..................... 48

Video BIOS Shadow ......................... 46

Video Off Method .............................. 50

Video Off Option ............................... 50

Video ................................................ 41

Where do you find the drivers?.......... 32

Write Pipeline.................................... 48

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