User Manual IPC-622 Series
User Manual
IPC-622 Series
6U, Multi-Segment, Rackmount
Industrial Computer Chassis
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defects in materials and workmanship for two years from the date of purchase.
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Because of Advantech’s high quality-control standards and rigorous testing, most
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service time, and freight. Please consult your dealer for more details.
If you believe your product is defective, follow the steps outlined below.
1. Collect all information about the problem encountered. (For example, CPU
speed, Advantech products used, other hardware and software used, etc.) Note
anything abnormal and list any onscreen messages received when the problem
occurs.
2. Call your dealer and describe the problem. Please have your manual, product,
and all relevant information readily available.
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more quickly.
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date are not eligible for warranty service.
5. Write the RMA number clearly on the outside of the package, then ship the
product prepaid to your dealer.
IPC-622 User Manual
Part No. 2002062204
Edition 4
Printed in China
March 2015
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Declaration of Conformity
CE
This product has passed the CE test for environmental specifications. Test conditions
for passing included the equipment being operated within an industrial enclosure. To
protect the product from damage by electrostatic discharge (ESD) and electromagnetic interference (EMI) leakage, we strongly recommend using of CE-compliant
industrial enclosure products.
FCC Class A
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC regulations. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference. In
such cases, users are required to correct the interference at their own expense.
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Technical Support and Assistance
1.
2.
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product information.
Contact your distributor, sales representative, or Advantech’s customer service
center for technical support if you need additional assistance. Please have the
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– Comprehensive description of the problem
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Warning! Warnings indicate conditions, which if not observed, can cause personal
injury!
Caution! Cautions are included to prevent hardware damage and data loses.
For example:
New batteries are at risk of exploding if incorrectly installed. Do not
attempt to recharge, force open, or heat the battery. Replace the battery
only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Discard used batteries according to the manufacturer's instructions.
Note
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Safety Instructions
1.
2.
3.
Read these safety instructions carefully.
Retain this user manual for future reference.
Disconnect this equipment from all AC outlets before cleaning. Use a damp
cloth the clean the equipment. Do not use liquid or spray detergents.
4. For pluggable equipment, the power outlet socket must be located near the
equipment and easily accessible.
5. Protect this equipment from humidity.
6. Place this equipment on a reliable surface during installation. Dropping or letting
the equipment fall may cause damage.
7. The openings on the enclosure are for air convection. To prevent the equipment
from overheating, do not cover the openings.
8. Ensure the power source voltage is correct before connecting the equipment to
the power outlet.
9. Position the power cord away from high-traffic areas. Do not place anything over
the power cord.
10. All cautions and warnings on the equipment should be noted.
11. If idle for a long time, disconnect the equipment from the power source to avoid
damage by transient overvoltage.
12. Do not pour liquid into the openings. This may cause fire or electrical shock.
13. Never open the equipment. For safety reasons, the equipment should only be
opened by qualified service personnel.
14. If one of the following occurs, have the equipment checked by service personnel:
The power cord or plug is damaged.
Liquid has penetrated into the equipment.
The equipment is exposed to moisture.
The equipment is malfunctioning or does not operate according to the user
manual.
The equipment has been dropped and damaged.
The equipment shows obvious signs of breakage.
15. Do not store this equipment in an environment where the temperature fluctuates
below -20 °C (-4° F) or above 60 °C (140 °F) as this may cause damage. This
equipment should be stored in a controlled environment.
16. The battery is at risk of exploding if incorrectly replaced or installed. Replace
only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Discard used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
The sound pressure level at the operator position does not exceed 70 dB (A), as per
the IEC 704-1:1982.
DISCLAIMER: These instructions are provided in accordance with the IEC 704-1.
Advantech disclaims all responsibility for the accuracy of any statements contained
herein.
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Safety Precautions - Static Electricity
Follow these simple precautions to protect yourself from harm and the products from
damage.
 To avoid electrical shock, always disconnect the power from the PC chassis
before working on it. Do not touch any components on the CPU card or other
cards while the PC is turned on.
 Disconnect the power before making configuration changes. The sudden rush
of power as a jumper is connected or card installed may damage sensitive electronic components.
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Contents
Chapter
1
General Information ............................1
1.1
1.2
1.3
Introduction ............................................................................................... 2
Specifications ............................................................................................ 2
Power Supply Options............................................................................... 3
Table 1.1: Power Supply Options ................................................ 3
Environmental Specifications .................................................................... 3
Table 1.2: Environmental Specifications ..................................... 3
Dimension Diagram................................................................................... 4
Figure 1.1 Dimension diagram..................................................... 4
1.4
1.5
Chapter
2
System Setup .......................................5
2.1
2.5
Top Cover Removal .................................................................................. 6
Figure 2.1 Top cover removal...................................................... 6
Backplane Installation ............................................................................... 7
Figure 2.2 Backplane installation................................................. 7
CPU Card/Add-on Card Installation .......................................................... 8
2.3.1 Single CPU card/add-on card installation ..................................... 8
Figure 2.3 CPU card/full-length add-on card installation ............. 8
2.3.2 Dual CPU Card Installation on a Dual-Segment Backplane ......... 9
2.3.3 Hold Down Clamp ....................................................................... 10
Figure 2.4 Top cover with rubber pad........................................ 10
Installing Disk Drives............................................................................... 11
Figure 2.5 Disk drive housing removal ...................................... 11
Figure 2.6 Disk drive installation................................................ 11
Ear and Handle Attachment .................................................................... 12
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Operation............................................13
3.1
The Front Panel ...................................................................................... 14
3.1.1 Switch and Buttons ..................................................................... 14
3.1.2 LED Indicators for System Status ............................................... 14
Figure 3.1 LED indicators .......................................................... 14
Table 3.1: LED Indicators for System Status............................. 14
3.1.3 LED Indicators for Power Status................................................. 15
Table 3.2: LED Indicators for Power Status .............................. 15
Cooling Fan Replacement....................................................................... 15
Figure 3.2 Cooling fan replacement........................................... 15
Filter Replacement .................................................................................. 16
3.3.1 Replacing the filter behind the front upper cover ........................ 16
Figure 3.3 Replacing the front upper cover filter........................ 16
3.3.2 Replacing the filter behind the front door .................................... 16
Figure 3.4 Replacing the front door filter ................................... 16
Power Supply Replacement.................................................................... 17
3.4.1 Redundant Power Supply Module .............................................. 17
Figure 3.5 Replacing the redundant power supply module ....... 17
Figure 3.6 Power cord socket orientation .................................. 17
3.4.2 Power Supply Module ................................................................. 18
Figure 3.7 Replacing the single power supply ........................... 18
Figure 3.8 Replacing the redundant power supply .................... 19
2.2
2.3
2.4
Chapter
3.2
3.3
3.4
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Chapter
4
Intelligent System Module (SAB-2000)
.............................................................21
4.1
4.2
Getting Started........................................................................................ 22
Specifications.......................................................................................... 22
4.2.1 Hardware Specifications ............................................................. 22
4.2.2 Dimensions ................................................................................. 22
4.2.3 Sensor Input Specifications ........................................................ 22
4.2.4 System Status Monitoring and Management.............................. 22
4.2.5 Management Functions .............................................................. 22
4.2.6 Alarm Notifications...................................................................... 23
Table 4.1: LEDs and Beeps ...................................................... 23
4.2.7 Power Consumption ................................................................... 23
Connectors and Switch Settings ............................................................. 24
Table 4.2: Hardware Switch ...................................................... 24
Table 4.3: Connectors ............................................................... 24
Table 4.4: SW1 ~ 3 ................................................................... 25
Table 4.5: SW4 ~ 6 ................................................................... 25
Table 4.6: SW7 ~ 9 ................................................................... 25
Table 4.7: SW10........................................................................ 25
Board Layout........................................................................................... 26
Figure 4.1 SAB-2000 connector locations ................................. 26
Pin Definitions ......................................................................................... 26
Table 4.8: SMB_MB1 ................................................................ 26
Table 4.9: IPMB1....................................................................... 26
Table 4.10: PSBUS1 ................................................................... 26
Table 4.11: SMB_3V_1 ............................................................... 26
Table 4.12: SMB_3V_2 ............................................................... 26
Table 4.13: LEDBOARD1............................................................ 27
Table 4.14: VOLT1 ...................................................................... 27
Table 4.15: TR1~4 ...................................................................... 27
Table 4.16: RDUPG1 .................................................................. 27
Table 4.17: BZ1........................................................................... 27
Table 4.18: HDD1........................................................................ 27
Table 4.19: ALMRST1................................................................. 27
Table 4.20: FAN1~7 .................................................................... 27
Table 4.21: DEBUG2................................................................... 27
Table 4.22: PWR1 ....................................................................... 28
4.3
4.4
4.5
Appendix A
Exploded Diagram ............................ 29
A.1
Exploded Diagram .................................................................................. 30
Figure A.1 Exploded diagram (1) ............................................... 30
Figure A.2 Exploded diagram (2) ............................................... 30
Appendix B
Backplane Options ........................... 31
B.1
Backplane Options.................................................................................. 32
Table B.1: PCIMG 1.0 Backplane Options ................................ 32
Table B.2: PCIMG 1.3 Backplane Options ................................ 32
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Chapter
1
1
General Information
This chapter provides general
information about the IPC-622.
 Introduction
 Specifications
 Power Supply Options
 Environmental Specifications
 Dimension Diagram
1.1 Introduction
The IPC-622 is a 6U, rackmount industrial computer chassis designed for multi-system applications. The device supports a backplane with up to 20 slots for a quad-segment industrial system, and can be configured to support a 400W, 500W, or 700W
PS/2 power supply, or a 500W or 750W redundant power supply.
Unique alarm detection and notification to reduce system down time
The IPC-622 is equipped with a unique alarm module. This module automatically
detects the system operating conditions, such as the power status, HDD, fan, and
system temperature. The front LED indicators show the system and power status. In
the event of a system failure, the alarm module emits an audible beep to warn users
to take the necessary action.
Flexible storage options
The IPC-622 features numerous data storage options, including two drive housings
that can accommodate four front-accessible 5.25" devices (optical disk drives or
removable disk drives), and two internal 3.5" HDD. The IPC-622 chassis can be integrated with a wide range of computing peripherals.
Outstanding mechanical designs
The IPC-622 is designed for multi-system use. With abundant power supply options,
a superior airflow design, and support up to four high-speed cooling fans, this device
delivers reliable operation. The shockproof drive bay and rubber pads with rubber
cushions protect the system from harsh industrial environments and unexpected
shock. The front door with user-friendly rotary lock prevents unauthorized access to
the data storage. The redundant power supply module is hot-swappable and rear
accessible. All these easily maintained modules reduce the system’s Mean Time to
Repair (MTTR) and make IPC-622 the best solution in terms of price, performance,
and total cost of ownership.
1.2 Specifications

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Construction: Heavy duty steel
Disk drive capacity: Four front accessible 5.25" disk drives and two internal
3.5" disk drives
Front panel LED indicators: Bi-color LEDs (green/red) for Power, Fan, and
Temperature status; single-color LEDs (green) for HDD activity and Single
Power Status (+5 V, -5 V, +12 V, -12 V, and +3.3 V)
Front panel switch and buttons: Power switch, Alarm Reset button, and up to
four System Reset buttons located behind a lockable front door.
Cooling fans: Four 9 x 9 cm (53 CFM) cooling fans
Air filters: Two filters (142 x 97 mm) located behind the front door. One filter
(380 x 92 mm) behind the upper front cover.
Chassis color: Beige (Pantone 414U)
Gross weight: 30 kg (66 lbs)
Dimensions (W x H x D): 482 x 266 x 466.5 mm (19" x 10.5" x 18.4")
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Table 1.1: Power Supply Options
1757004407-01
1757004335-01
1757004336-01
1757004393-01
1757004588-01
Vendor
Name
FSP400-60PFG
FSP500-60PFG
FSP700-80PSA
FSP50080MRA(S)
G.P, YH57511EA03R
Watt
400W
500W
700W
500W MiniRPSU, 1+1
750W MiniRPSU, 1+1
Input
Rating
90 ~ 264 V-rms
90 ~ 264 V-rms
90 ~ 264 V-rms
90 ~ 264 V-rms
90 ~ 264 V-rms
Output
Voltage
+5V @ 20A
+3.3V @ 21A
+12V1 @ 16A
+12V2 @ 16A
-5V @ 0.3A
-12V @ 0.5A
+5Vsb @ 3.0A
+5V @ 20A
+3.3V @ 24A
+12V1 @ 16A
+12V2 @ 16A
-5V @ 0.3A
-12V @ 0.5A
+5Vsb @ 3.0A
+5V @ 30A
+3.3V @ 24A
+12V1 @ 16A
+12V2 @ 16A
+12V3 @ 16A
+12V4 @ 16A
-5V @ 0.3A
-12V @ 0.5A
+5Vsb @ 4.0A
+5V @ 20A
+3.3V @ 20A
+12V1 @ 16A
+12V2 @ 16A
+12V3 @ 16A
-5V @ 0.3A
-12V @ 0.5A
+5Vsb @ 3A
+5V @ 30A
+3.3V @ 24A
+12V1 @ 60.9A
-12V @ 0.5A
+5Vsb @ 4A
+5V @ 0.2A
Minimum
+12V1 @ 0.1A
Load
+12V2 @ 0.5A
+5V @ 0.2A
+12V1 @ 0.1A
+12V2 @ 0.5A
+5V @ 1.0A
+12V1 @ 1A
+12V2 @ 1A
[email protected] 1A
+12V4 @ 0.5A
+12V1 @ 0.5A
+12V2 @ 0.5A
[email protected] 0.5A
+5V @ 0.1A
+3.3V @ 0.1A
+12V1 @ 1A
+5Vsb @ 0.1A
MTBF
100,000 hours
@ 25 °C
100,000 hours
@ 25 °C
100,000 hours
@ 25 °C
100,000 hours
@ 25 °C
100,000 hours
@ 25 °C
Safety
UL/TUV/CB/
CCC
UL/TUV/CB/
CCC
UL/TUV/CB/
CCC
UL/TUV/CB/
CCC
UL/TUV/CB/
CCC
1.4 Environmental Specifications
Table 1.2: Environmental Specifications
Environment
Operating
Non-operating
Temperature
0 ~ 40 °C
(32 ~ 104 °F)
-20 ~ 60 °C
(-4 ~ 140 °F)
Humidity
10 ~ 85% @ 40 °C,
non-condensing
10 ~ 95% @ 40 °C,
non-condensing
Vibration
0.5 Grms
1 Grms
Shock
5 G with 11 ms duration, half
sine wave
Safety
CE compliant
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Model
Name
Chapter 1
1.3 Power Supply Options
257.6 [10.14]
92.0 [3.62]
92.0 [3.62]
58.0 [2.28]
76.2 [3.00]
190.5 [7.50]
266.0 [10.47]
466.5 [18.37]
128.9 [5.07]
503.3 [19.81]
432.0 [17.01]
92.0 [3.62]
92.0 [3.62]
1.5 Dimension Diagram
465.0 [18.31]
76.2 [3.00]
190.5 [7.50]
266.0 [10.47]
482.0 [18.98]
465.0 [18.31]
482.0 [18.98]
Unit: mm [inch]
Figure 1.1 Dimension diagram
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Chapter
2
2
System Setup
This chapter explains the installation process.
 Backplane Installation
 CPU Card / Add-on Card Installation
 Disk Drive Installation
 Ear and Handle Attachment
The following section outlines the procedures for installing the backplane, add-on
cards, and disk drives into the IPC-622 chassis. Please refer to Appendix A,
Exploded Diagram, for the specific names of the IPC-622 components.
Caution! Use caution when installing or manipulating the components with the
chassis open. Remember to turn off the power, unplug the power cord,
and ground yourself by touching the metal chassis before handling any
of the internal components.
2.1 Top Cover Removal
To remove the top cover, please refer to Figure 2.1 and proceed as follows:
1. Loosen the eight screws on the sides and the three screws on the front of the
top cover.
2. Remove the top cover.
Figure 2.1 Top cover removal
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PICMG 1.0
PICMG 1.3
Figure 2.2 Backplane installation
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The IPC-622 supports backplanes with up to 20 slots. To install a backplane, please
refer to Figure 2.2 and proceed as follows:
1. Attach the EMI spring shielding to the backplane. Place the backplane in the
correct location and fasten to the chassis.
2. For the PICMG1.0 backplane, connect the orange-white wire from connector
HCN1 on the backplane to connector ATXF1 on the CPU card.
3. Connect the 12-pin AT power connector (to PICMG1.0 backplane), 20-pin (or
24-pin) ATX power connector (to PICMG1.3 backplane), 6-pin +3.3 V, and 6-pin
+5 V power connector from the power supply to the backplane.
Chapter 2
2.2 Backplane Installation
2.3 CPU Card/Add-on Card Installation
2.3.1 Single CPU card/add-on card installation
IPC-622 supports up to 20 add-on cards. To install a CPU card or add-on cards,
please proceed as follows:
1. Select a vacant PICMG slot for a full-length CPU card or PCI/ISA slot for add-on
cards and remove the corresponding I/O bracket attached to the rear plate of
the chassis.
2. Insert the CPU card with CPU, CPU cooler, RAM, and necessary cables
installed. Insert the add-on card vertically into the selected slot (see Figure 2.3).
For CPU cards or full-length cards, ensure that the card bracket is correctly
installed and the card edge is inserted into the plastic guiding fillister. Affix the
card to the top of the I/O bracket using a screw.
3. Repeat Steps 1 and 2 to install more than one add-on card.
4. For the PICMG1.3 backplane, plug the ATX power connector from the power
supply into the CPU card to be installed.
5. Connect the relevant wires on the chassis to the CPU card, including the 9-pin
USB wire, power switch wire, system reset switch wire, power LED wire, and
HDD LED wire.
6. For the PICMG1.0 backplane, connect the orange-white wire from the connector “CN20” on the CPU card to the connector “HCN1” on the backplane. Connect the 4-pin +12 V power connector from the power supply to the CPU card.
Figure 2.3 CPU card/full-length add-on card installation
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Note!
Before installing two CPU cards onto a dual-segment backplane, we
recommend changing the system from ATX to AT mode by following the
instructions below.
Locate the green-black lines from the redundant power supply, and retrieve the AT switch
from the accessory box.
2.
Connect the green-black lines to the AT
switch.
3.
Replace the ATX switch with the AT switch.
4.
Change the Power Supply Type setting for
each CPU card from “ATX” to “AT” before
installing the OS.
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Chapter 2
2.3.2 Dual CPU Card Installation on a Dual-Segment Backplane
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2.3.3 Hold Down Clamp
The hold down clamp is designed to protect CPU card from vibration and shock.
Regarding PCIe card installation, one rubber foot is required to secure the add-on
card into position.
Figure 2.4 Top cover with rubber pad
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Figure 2.5 Disk drive housing removal
Figure 2.6 Disk drive installation
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The IPC-622 supports up to four 5.25" disk drives (for example, one CD-ROM drive,
one CD-R/W drive, one DVD-ROM drive, and one removable disk drive). To install
disk drives, follow the instructions below.
1. Unscrew the four screws on the front of the disk drive shield. Hold the two
thumb screws to remove the disk drive housing (Figure 2.5).
2. Insert the disk drive in place in the disk drive housing and affix it into position
using the screws provided (Figure 2.6).
3. Connect the appropriate cable from the CPU card to each disk drive or device.
Plug a 4-pin power connector into each disk drive.
4. Return the disk drive housing to its original location and fasten into position
using the four screws.
Chapter 2
2.4 Installing Disk Drives
2.5 Ear and Handle Attachment
A pair of ears and a pair of handles are provided in the accessory box. Fasten them
to the front-right and front-left edges of the chassis with the screws provided.
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Chapter
3
3
Operation
This chapter provides the system
operation information.
 The Front Panel
 Cooling Fan Replacement
 Filter Cleaning
 Power Supply Replacement
3.1 The Front Panel
The front panel features one Power On/Off switch, one Alarm Reset button, four System Reset buttons, and four USB ports. Nine LED indicators are located on the lockable front door; the individual functions of each are explained below.
3.1.1 Switch and Buttons
Power On/Off switch: Press this button to turn the system power on or off.
System Reset button: Press this button to reboot an individual system (up to four
systems).
Alarm Reset button: When a system fault occurs (e.g., fan failure or the chassis
temperature is too high), an audible alarm is emitted. Pressing this button will terminate the audible alarm.
3.1.2 LED Indicators for System Status
The LED panel on the front door features several indicators that are divided into two
groups - System Status and Power Status.
Figure 3.1 LED indicators
The following table describes the LED indicators for System Status.
Table 3.1: LED Indicators for System Status
LED
Description
Green
Red
PWR
HDD
TEMP
FAN
System power
Hard disk drive activity
Temperature in the chassis
Cooling fan status
Normal
Data access
Normal
Normal
Abnormal
No light
Abnormal
Abnormal
When the system powers is on, the PWR LED is Green.
If the PWR LED is RED, this indicates a redundant power supply module failure. To
stop the audible alarm, press the Alarm Reset button. Examine the redundant power
supply module immediately and replace the failed module with a functioning module.
If the TEMP LED is RED, the inside of the chassis has overheated and an audible
alarm will be emitted. To stop the audible alarm, press the Alarm Reset button.
Inspect the fan filter and the rear section of the chassis immediately. Check that the
airflow inside the chassis is not blocked by dust or other particles.
When the FAN LED is RED, this indicates a failed cooling fan. An audible alarm will
also be emitted. To stop the audible alarm, press the Alarm Reset button and replace
the failed fan with a functioning fan immediately.
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The LEDs that indicate the status of the backplane voltage signals are explained in
the table below.
Table 3.2: LED Indicators for Power Status
Description
LED on
LED off
+5 V
+12 V
-5 V
-12 V
+3.3 V
+5 V signal
+12 V signal
-5 V signal
-12 V signal
+3.3 V signal
Normal
Normal
Normal
Normal
Normal
Abnormal
Abnormal
Abnormal
Abnormal
Abnormal
When an LED fails to activate, this indicates a problem with one of the voltage signals. Check that the power supply connector is correctly attached to the backplane. If
the problem persists, consult an experienced technician.
3.2 Cooling Fan Replacement
Four cooling fans are located in the front top of the chassis. They provide the system
with ample cooling by blowing air rearwards. To replace a cooling fan, please refer to
Figure 3.2 and follow the steps outlined below.
1. Remove the front top chassis cover.
2. Loosen and remove the thumb screw on the top of the fan unit. This will disconnect the cooling fan power connector.
3. Replace the cooling fan with a new cooling fan.
4. Attach the new cooling fan by fastening the thumb screw.
5. Replace and fasten the front top chassis cover.
Figure 3.2 Cooling fan replacement
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Chapter 3
3.1.3 LED Indicators for Power Status
3.3 Filter Replacement
The filter blocks dust or particles in the work environment from entering the chassis
and extends the system life. Ideally, the filters should be replaced periodically. One
filter is located behind the front upper cover and one filter is located on the lower left
and lower right sides of the front door. To replace a filter, please refer to Figure 3.3
and Figure 3.4 and follow the instructions provided below.
3.3.1 Replacing the filter behind the front upper cover
1.
2.
3.
Loosen the four thumb screws located on the front upper cover and then gently
pull the cover forward (see Figure 3.3).
Remove the old filter and replace it with a new filter.
Return and fasten the front upper cover.
Figure 3.3 Replacing the front upper cover filter
3.3.2 Replacing the filter behind the front door
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open the front door by rotating the lock.
Loosen the screw on the filter cover (see Figure 3.4).
Remove the old filter and replace it with a new filter.
Return and fasten the filter cover.
Figure 3.4 Replacing the front door filter
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The IPC-622 supports either a PS/2 power supply or redundant power supply. To
replace the power supply, follow the instructions below.
3.4.1 Redundant Power Supply Module
Figure 3.5 Replacing the redundant power supply module
Note
When plugging two or more power cords into a socket, adopt the same
orientation (see Figure 3.6).
Figure 3.6 Power cord socket orientation
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The redundant power supply module is rear-accessible and hot-swappable. To
change the module, follow the instructions below.
1. Press the Alarm Reset button on the front panel to stop the alarm.
2. Unplug the power cord on the failed power supply module.
3. Loosen the screws on the module. Grab the handle and gently pull the module
out (see Figure 3.5).
4. Ensure that the new power supply module has the same rating as the previous
module.
5. Slide the power supply module into the system (it should lock into place).
6. Fasten the screws and then plug in the power cord.
Chapter 3
3.4 Power Supply Replacement
3.4.2 Power Supply Module
For the PS/2 power supply module, following the instructions below to replace the
power supply.
1. Unplug the power cord from the power supply.
2. Remove the top cover.
3. Unplug the 12-pin AT power connector (or 20-pin (24-pin) ATX power connector), 6-pin +3.3V, and 6-pin +5V power connectors from the backplane. Unplug
all other power connectors from the disk drives.
4. Loosen the 8 screws on the top and sides of the rear lower plate.
5. Remove the four screws that fasten the power supply module to the rear plate.
Remove the rear lower plate and retrieve the power supply module (see Figure
3.7).
6. Affix a new power supply module onto the rear plate.
7. Return and fasten the rear lower plate.
8. Plug the 12-pin AT power connector (or 20-pin (24-pin) ATX power connector),
6-pin +3.3V, and 6-pin +5V power connectors into the backplane. Plug any other
power connectors into the essential disk drives.
9. Replace and fasten the top cover.
10. Plug in the power cord.
Figure 3.7 Replacing the single power supply
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Operation
Figure 3.8 Replacing the redundant power supply
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Chapter
4
4
Intelligent System
Module (SAB-2000)
This chapter introduces the alarm
board and thermal sensor specifications.
 Getting Started
 Specifications
 Connectors and Switch Settings
 SAB-2000 Board Layout
 SAB-2000 Pin Definitions
4.1 Getting Started
Configuring SAB-2000
SAB-2000 is pre-installed in the system chassis. The hardware switch should be
adjusted according to the system layout.
Please refer to the user manual for the location of the hardware switch.
For different system layouts, SAB-2000 can be configured using the H/W switch.
Please refer to the “Switch Settings” section for detailed information.
For remote management functionality, SUSIAccess must be installed. This enables
users to monitor the system fan speed, system temperature, CPU temperature, and
voltage. Under SUSIAccess, users can also set their own alarm standards according
to their requirements. For detailed information, please refer to the SUSIAccess user
guide.
4.2 Specifications
4.2.1 Hardware Specifications








One 10-pin hardware switch for alarm configuration
One SMbus interface for monitoring the system and main board status
Up to four external temperature sensors
Seven fan tachometer inputs
One external IPMI module connector
One built-in buzzer for system health status notifications
Automatic smart fan control
Reserved PCB layout for gravity and humidity sensors
4.2.2 Dimensions

Kernel module (9692S20000E): 115 x 55 mm
4.2.3 Sensor Input Specifications




Voltage inputs: +5 VDC, -5 VDC, 5 VSB, +3.3 VDC, +12 VDC, -12 VDC
Temperature sensors: LM75 digital temperature sensor, I2C interface, -30 ~
+125 °C (-22 ~ 257 °F)
Fan speed monitor: Up to seven fans, 0 ~ 20000 RPM
Power monitoring:
Detect redundant power
IPMI and SUSI command
4.2.4 System Status Monitoring and Management



Real-time health status monitoring: Real-time system/main board FAN speed
and temperature monitor
Remote system monitoring through SUSIAccess
Alarm management via on-board buzzer and LED signals
4.2.5 Management Functions



Web-based remote configuration, control, and monitoring
Remote reset and power on/off
Remote digital output signal control
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Table 4.1: LEDs and Beeps
Item
HDD
FAN
TEMP.
Alarm Reset
Other
Note
Criteria
LED
Beep
Normal
Redundant power module
fail
Get IPMI and SUSI
Command to search
Normal
Data transferring
Normal
-
Normal
-
Warn
> 500 rpm
Blinking
Warn
Normal
Blinking
Normal
CPU FAN fail
< 500 rpm
Warn
System fan fail
< 500 rpm
Normal
-
Blinking
Warn
Normal
CPU thermal fail
> 70 deg.
Warn
Push
Blinking
Warn
-
Keep
beep
Keep
beep
Keep
beep
Keep
beep
Keep
beep
Keep
beep
-
LED of fail part
Warn
-
System thermal fail
(Thermistor)
Close alarm beep 3 min
Power off when system fail
(ATX only)
-
> 55 deg.
LED colors may differ between each chassis.
4.2.7 Power Consumption

12 V @ 5.25 A
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Status
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4.2.6 Alarm Notifications
4.3 Connectors and Switch Settings
Table 4.2: Hardware Switch
Label
Function
SW1 ~ 10
Hardware Switch
Table 4.3: Connectors
Label
Function
TR1
Thermistor Connector
TR2
Thermistor Connector
TR3
Thermistor Connector
TR4
Thermistor Connector
ALMRST1
Alarm Reset Connector
IPMB1
IPMI module connector
PMBUS1
PMBUS Connector
LEBOARD1
LED Board Connector
SMB_3V_1
SMBus Device Connector
SMB_3V_2
SMBus Device Connector
BZ1
External Buzzer Connector
HDD1
HDD LED connector
PWR1
PSU Power Connector
SMB_MB1
Main Board SMBus Connector
RDUPG1
Power Good Input Connector
VOLT1
Backplane VOLT1 Connector
FAN1
FAN Connector
FAN2
FAN Connector
FAN3
FAN Connector
FAN4
FAN Connector
FAN5
FAN Connector
FAN6
FAN Connector
FAN7
FAN Connector
Note
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Please connect the fan connectors in sequential order. For example,
when connecting two fans, connect FAN1 then FAN2. If the fans are
connected out of sequence, the alarm will not function correctly.
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SW1.Pin2
SW1.Pin3
Cable Status
MB FAN
CPU TEMP
OFF
OFF
OFF
No Connect
Disable
Disable
OFF
OFF
ON
Connect
Disable
1
OFF
ON
OFF
Connect
Disable
2
OFF
ON
ON
Connect
1
1
ON
OFF
OFF
Connect
2
1
ON
OFF
ON
Connect
2
2
ON
ON
OFF
Connect
3
1
ON
ON
ON
Connect
3
2
Table 4.5: SW4 ~ 6
SW1.Pin4
SW1.Pin5
SW1.Pin6
SYS FAN Qty
OFF
OFF
OFF
Disable
OFF
OFF
ON
1 (FAN1)
OFF
ON
OFF
2 (FAN1~2)
OFF
ON
ON
3 (FAN1~3)
ON
OFF
OFF
4 (FAN1~4)
ON
OFF
ON
5 (FAN1~5)
ON
ON
OFF
6 (FAN1~6)
ON
ON
ON
7 (FAN1~7)
Table 4.6: SW7 ~ 9
SW1.Pin4
SW1.Pin5
SW1.Pin6
SYS FAN Qty
SW1.Pin7
SW1.Pin8
SW1.Pin9
TEMP Qty
OFF
OFF
OFF
Disable
OFF
OFF
ON
1 (TR1)
ON
ON
OFF
2 (TR1~2)
ON
ON
ON
3 (TR1~3)
ON
OFF
OFF
4 (TR1~4)
Table 4.7: SW10
SW1.Pin10
Smart FAN
OFF
Enable
ON
Disable
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Table 4.4: SW1 ~ 3
4.4 Board Layout
:8
:8
Figure 4.1 SAB-2000 connector locations
4.5 Pin Definitions
Table 4.8: SMB_MB1
Pin 1
I2C_SCLK
Pin 2
I2C_SDAT
Table 4.9: IPMB1
Pin 1
NC
Pin 3
S_SDAT_R
Pin 2
S_SCLK_R
Pin 4
GND
Table 4.10: PSBUS1
Pin 1
+V_PMBUS
Pin 4
I2C_SDAT
Pin 2
GND
Pin 5
I2C_SCLK
Pin 3
NC
Table 4.11: SMB_3V_1
Pin 1
+V_SMB
Pin 3
M_SDAT_R
Pin 2
M_SCLK_R
Pin 4
GND
Table 4.12: SMB_3V_2
Pin 1
+V_SMB
Pin 3
M_SDAT_R
Pin 2
M_SCLK_R
Pin 4
GND
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Chapter 4
Table 4.13: LEDBOARD1
GND
Pin 9
T-G_LED
Pin 2
+V5_R
Pin 10
T-F_LED
Pin 3
+V12_R
Pin 11
F-G_LED
Pin 4
-V5_R
Pin 12
F-F_LED
Pin 5
-V12_R
Pin 13
NC
Pin 6
HDD_LED
Pin 14
+V3.3_R
Pin 7
P-G_LED
Pin 15
+V5_SB_R
Pin 8
P-F_LED
Table 4.14: VOLT1
Pin 1
+V5_SB
Pin 5
+V5
Pin 2
GND
Pin 6
+V3.3
Pin 3
GND
Pin 7
-V12
Pin 4
-V5
Pin 8
+V12
Pin 2
GND
Pin 2
PWR_FAIL_IN#
Pin 2
EXT_BUZZ#
Pin 2
HDD_LED_ACT#
Pin 2
ALARM_RST_IN#
Pin 3
FAN_DEC1~7_R
Pin 2
EC_SDAT0
Table 4.15: TR1~4
Pin 1
TEMP_SEN1~4
Table 4.16: RDUPG1
Pin 1
GND
Table 4.17: BZ1
Pin 1
+V5_DUAL
Table 4.18: HDD1
Pin 1
NC
Table 4.19: ALMRST1
Pin 1
GND
Table 4.20: FAN1~7
Pin 1
GND
Pin 2
+V12_FAN
Table 4.21: DEBUG2
Pin 1
EC_SCLK0
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Pin 1
Table 4.22: PWR1
Pin 1
+V12
Pin 4
GND
Pin 2
GND
Pin 5
+V5
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Appendix
A
A
Exploded Diagram
A.1 Exploded Diagram
Figure A.1 Exploded diagram (1)
Figure A.2 Exploded diagram (2)
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Appendix
B
B
Backplane Options
B.1 Backplane Options
The IPC-622 supports a variety of backplanes ranging from 18-slot to 20-slot. For
detailed backplane specifications and information, please contact your local Advantech sales representative.
Table B.1: PCIMG 1.0 Backplane Options
Slots per Segment
PICMG 1.0
Segment
PICMG
PICMG/PCI
PCI
ISA
PCA-6120P18
Single
1
1
17
1
PCA-6120P12
Single
1
1
11
7
PCA-6120P4
Single
2
-
4
14
PCA-6119P17
Single
1
1
16
PCA-6119P7
Single
2
-
7
10
PCA-6120DP4
Dual
4
2
6
7
PCA-6120Q
Quad
-
-
-
20
PCA-6116QP2
Quad
7
-
8
1
Table B.2: PCIMG 1.3 Backplane Options
Slots per Segment
PICMG 1.3
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Segment
CPU PCIe PCIe PCIe PCI-X
Card x4
x8
x16
(64/66)
Slot
PCI
(32/33)
PCE-5B12-00
Single
1
1
N/A
16
N/A
N/A
PCE-7B17-00
Single
1
11
5
N/A
N/A
N/A
PCE-5B18-88
Single
1
N/A
N/A
1
8
8
PCE-5B16Q-02
Quad
4
N/A
N/A
4
N/A
8
PCE-7B19-88
Single
1
N/A
2
N/A
8
8
PCE-7B16Q-02
Single
1
11
5
N/A
N/A
N/A
PCE-5B19
Single
1
1
N/A
17
N/A
N/A
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Appendix B Backplane Options
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