User Manual
Schroff Shelf Manager ACB-VI
User’s Manual
Product Number:
21990-401
21990-402
ELECTRONICS PROTECTION
Doc-No: 63972-331_R1.1
December 14, 2014
R1.0
November 14, 2014
Release
R1.1
December 14, 2014
Minor corrections
Impressum:
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
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75334 Straubenhardt, Germany
The details in this manual have been carefully compiled and
checked - supported by certified Quality Management System
to EN ISO 9001/2000
The company cannot accept any liability for errors or misprints.
The company reserves the right to amendments of technical
specifications due to further development and improvement of
products.
Copyright2014
All rights and technical modifications reserved.
Shelf Manager ACB-VI
Table of Contents
1
Safety ....................................................................................................................... 1
1.1
Safety Symbols used in this document.............................................................................. 1
1.2
General Safety Precautions ............................................................................................... 1
1.3
References and Architecture Specifications...................................................................... 2
1.4
Terms and Acronyms......................................................................................................... 2
1.5
Product Definition ............................................................................................................. 3
1.6
ACB-V Product Overview................................................................................................... 5
1.7
Front Panel Components................................................................................................... 6
2
ACB-VI Block Diagram ............................................................................................... 7
3
IPMB......................................................................................................................... 8
4
3.1
Bused IPMB Interface (Product Number: 21990-401) ...................................................... 8
3.2
Radial IPMB Interface (Product Number: 21990-402) ...................................................... 8
RS-232 Interfaces...................................................................................................... 9
4.1
Serial Console Cables ...................................................................................................... 10
5
Ethernet Interface................................................................................................... 10
6
Shelf Manager and Shelf Alarm Panel ..................................................................... 11
7
Master-Only I²C Bus ................................................................................................ 12
8
Power Supply.......................................................................................................... 13
8.0.1
8.0.2
8.0.3
9
DC-DC Converter.............................................................................................. 13
Input Fuses....................................................................................................... 14
Voltage and Fuse Monitoring .......................................................................... 14
Fan Control ............................................................................................................. 15
9.1
Schroff Fan Trays............................................................................................................. 16
9.1.1
Control characteristics (examples) .................................................................. 16
10
Hardware Address .................................................................................................. 17
11
RESET...................................................................................................................... 17
11.1
12
Reset Input / Output ....................................................................................................... 17
Redundancy Control ............................................................................................... 18
12.0.1
13
Hardware Redundancy Interface ..................................................................... 18
Hot Swap Interface ................................................................................................. 18
13.1
Hot Swap LED .................................................................................................................. 18
14
Telco Alarms ........................................................................................................... 19
15
Sensor Table ........................................................................................................... 20
15.1
Useful commands:........................................................................................................... 21
16
Shelf Manager Connectors ...................................................................................... 25
17
Technical Data ........................................................................................................ 29
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1 Safety
The intended audience of this User’s Manual is system integrators and hardware/software
engineers. This manual describes the hardware features of the Schroff ACB-VI Shelf
Manager. The software features are detailed in the ShMM-700R documentation from
Pigeon Point Systems and the Schroff firmware release notes.
1.1 Safety Symbols used in this document
Hazardous voltage!
This is the electrical hazard symbol. It indicates that there are dangerous voltages inside the
Shelf.
Caution!
This is the user caution symbol. It indicates a condition where damage of the equipment or
injury of the service personnel could occur. To reduce the risk of damage or injury, follow all
steps or procedures as instructed.
Danger of electrostatic discharge!
The Shelf contains static sensitive devices. To prevent static damage you must wear an ESD
wrist strap.
1.2 General Safety Precautions
Warning!
Voltages over 42 VAC or 60 VDC can be present in ATCA Shelves. As defined in the PICMG 3.0
Specification, this equipment is intended to be accessed, installed, and maintained by
qualified and trained service personnel only.
• Service personnel must know the necessary electrical safety, wiring and connection practices for installing this equipment.
• Install this equipment only in compliance with local and national electrical codes.
• For additional information about this equipment, see the PICMG 3.0 
Specification (www.picmg.org).
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1.3 References and Architecture Specifications
• Pigeon Point Systems IPM Sentry Shelf-External Interface Reference
(www.pigeonpoint.com)
• Pigeon Point Systems Shelf Manager User Guide
(www.pigeonpoint.com)
• PICMG® 3.0 AdvancedTCA® Base Specification
(www.picmg.org)
• ON Semiconductor ADT7490 Remote Temperature Sensor and Fan Controller
• Philips Semiconductors PCA9543 2-Channel I2C with interrupt logic and reset
• Philips Semiconductors PCA9555 16-bit I2C and SMBus I/O port with interrupt
• National Semiconductor LM75 Digital Temperature Sensor and Thermal Watchdog with
Two-Wire Interface
1.4 Terms and Acronyms
Table 1: Terms and Acronyms
Term
2
Safety
Definition
ATCA
Advanced Telecom Computing Architecture
Backplane
Passive circuit board providing the connectors for the front boards. Power distribution, management and
auxiliary signal connections are supported
CDM
Chassis FRU Data Module
ECN
Engineering Change Notice
ESD
Electrostatic Discharge
ETSI
European Telecommunications Standards Institute
FRU
Field Replaceable Unit
IPMB
Intelligent Platform Management Bus
IPMC
Intelligent Platform Management Controller
IPMI
Intelligent Platform Management Interface
PCB
Printed Circuit Board
PEM
Power Entry Module
RTC
Real Time Clock
RTM
Rear Transition Module
Shelf
Enclosure containing subrack, Backplane, boards, cooling devices, PEMs and Fan Trays
VRTN
Voltage Return
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1.5 Product Definition
The Schroff Shelf Manager ACB-VI is a 78 mm x 280 mm board that fits into a dedicated Shelf
Manager slot in a Schroff ATCA Shelf.
The Shelf Manager has two main responsibilities:
1 Manage/track the FRU population and common infrastructure of a Shelf, especially the
power, cooling and interconnect resources and their usage.
2 Enable an external System Manager to join in management/tracking through the System
Manager Interface, which is typically implemented over Ethernet.
The Shelf management is based on the Pigeon Point Shelf management solution for
AdvancedTCA products.
The Shelf management software runs on the Pigeon Point Shelf Management Mezzanine
700 (ShMM-700R), a compact 204-pin SO-DIMM form-factor module, installed on the
ACB-VI carrier board.
The ACB-VI carrier board includes several on-board devices that enable different aspects of
Shelf management based on the ShMM-700R. These facilities include I²C-based hardware
monitoring/control and GPIO expander devices.
The ACB-VI also provides the Fan Controller for up to 9 Fans and individual Ethernet
connections to both Base Hubs (ShMC cross connect).
The Shelf Manager communicates inside the Shelf with IPM controllers over the Intelligent
Platform Management Bus (IPMB). The Shelf Manager also provides an IPMB interface for the
non-intelligent FRUs in a Schroff Shelf. The Shelf Manager communicates with the nonintelligent FRUs over I²C busses and expose the sensors for these FRUs at IPMB address 0x20.
Shelf Manager with bused IPMB: 21990-401 (Product Number)
21990-404 (Catalog Number with packaging)
Shelf Manager with radial IPMB: 21990-402 (Product Number)
21990-405 (Catalog Number with packaging)
The new ACB-VI is plug-compatible with the ACB-V but the Shelf‘s FRU-data file
must be updated.
The ACB-V and ACB-VI shelf manager support converting a live shelf from
ACB-V to ACB-VI without losing manageabilty of the shelf. Please see
Schroff‘s firmware release notes for details.
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Figure 1: Schroff Shelf Manager ACB-VI
12714825
4
Safety
1
Extraction handle
5
Backplane Connector (X100)
2
ShMM-700R
6
Backplane Connector (X102)
3
RTC backup capacitor
7
Fixing screw
4
ACB-VI Carrier Board
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1.6 ACB-V Product Overview
• 78 mm x 280 mm board
• SO-DIMM 204-pin socket with ShMM-700R Shelf Management Mezzanine Card from
Pigeon Point Systems
• Dual RS-232 serial ports
• Dual 10/100 Ethernet interfaces
• IPMB-A/B interfaces with bused or radial topology
• Reset push button
• Master-only I²C bus populated with hardware monitoring/control, GPIO and bus switch
devices
• Power supply voltage monitoring
• On-board temperature monitoring
• Detection of hardware address with parity
• Injector/Ejector handle with Hot Swap switch
• Hot swap LED
• Capacitor for the ShMM-700R RTC
• Hardware redundancy interface with dedicated communication paths between dual Shelf
Managers for redundant operation
• Interrupt requests for the ShMM-700R generated by on-board and off-board devices
• Status indication for important interfaces, using on-board and off-board LEDs
• Fan Controller for controlling/monitoring up to 9 fans
• Redundant –48 VDC inputs with on-board power regulation
All pictures in this manual may differ from the latest release.
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1.7 Front Panel Components
Figure 2: Shelf Manager Front Panel Components
12708844
1
Fixing screw
6
RESET push button
2
ETH 0 Ethernet Service Connector
(RJ45)
7
Shelf Manager Status LED (red)
ETH 0 Link/Activity LED (yellow)
8
3
- Red = Out of Service (OOS)
- On = Link
- Solid Green = in Service, active Shelf
Manager
- Off = No Link
- Blinking = in Service, Backup Shelf
Manager
- Blinking = Activity
4
Shelf Manager Status LED (green)
ETH 1 Link/Activity LED (yellow)
9
- On = Link
Hot Swap Switch
- Activated by extraction handle
- Off = No Link
- Blinking = Activity
5
Hot Swap LED (blue)
10
- Solid Blue = ready to remove
- Blinking = Hot Swap is requested
- Off = No Hot Swap possible
6
Safety
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Extraction handle
Shelf Manager ACB-VI
2 ACB-VI Block Diagram
Figure 3: ACB-VI Block Diagram
User selectable by switch
ETH0
ETH1
Redundancy Data
I2C0
CH1
LTC4300
CH1
CH1
I2C1
CH2
LTC4300
CH2
CH2
I2C2
CH3
LTC4300
CH3
CH3
CH4
LTC4300
CH4
CH4
CH0
LTC4300
CH0
CH0
I2C3
I2C4
CH40
PCA9543
2 Channel
I2C Switch
0x70
I2C_LOCAL
Hardware Address (HA)
PCA9554
0x23
Fan 1-3 Tacho
ADT7490
0x2C
ETH0_ACT
Voltage DC Fan Control
PWM
ETH0
ETH1
ETH1_ACT
PWM Fan Control
MRST_IN
I2C_PWR_B_MON
0x2E
Status
STATUS_LED_RED
Green
Hot Swap
Blue
Fan 4-6 Tacho
ADT7490
Red
Status
Fan 7-9 Tacho
ADT7490
RESET
I2C_PWR_A_MON
0x2D
STATUS_LED_GREEN
Overcurrent
Protection
BLUE_LED
3.3 V
Hot Swap
Overcurrent
Protection
3.6 V
ShMM-700R
HANDLE_CLOSED
3.6 V
LM75
0x4F
SEEPROM
0x57
RTC
48 V
EMI
Filter
PCA9555
FRU
Presence
and Fuse
Monitoring
Hot
Swap
Fuse Mon.
FRU Presence
20 V_MON
0x25
20 V PowerSupply for
Opto-couplers
24 VDC
generated
on Fan Trays
LTC4300
Assembly Option bussed IPMB
LTC4300
SPI_A
FPGA 1
16
Assembly Option radial IPMB
IPMB_A radial
Cross_A
16
SPI_B
FPGA 2
IPMB_B radial
Cross_B
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ACB-VI Block Diagram
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3 IPMB
3.1 Bused IPMB Interface (Product Number: 21990-401)
The ShMM-700R provides two IPMBs. The IPMB-A and IPMB-B from the ShMM-700R are
routed to the Backplane connector through I2c buffers. The ATCA Backplane buses the two
IPMBs to the ATCA boards.
The Active# signal of the ShMM-700R is used to switch on/off the pull-up resistors of the
IPMBs.
Figure 4: Block diagram bused IPMB
7
R
LTC
4300
Enable
Ready
LTC
4300
Enable
Ready
3.2 Radial IPMB Interface (Product Number: 21990-402)
Radial IPMB is implemented by 2 FPGAs connected to the Serial Peripheral Interfaces (SPI) on
the ShMM700R.
Figure 5: Block diagram radial IPMB
Cross_B_Enable
Radial_A_Enable
3.3 V
.....
IBMB_A 16
IBMB_A Cross
FPGA 2
.....
SPI_B
.....
IBMB_B 1
IBMB_B 16
IBMB_B Cross
Radial_B_Enable
Cross_B_Enable
8
IPMB
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Backplane Connector
.....
FPGA 1
.....
SPI_A
.....
IBMB_A 1
ShMM-700R
Shelf Manager ACB-VI
4 RS-232 Interfaces
The ACB-VI provides two RS-232 interfaces. The first serial port is implemented using the
UART0, the second serial port is implemented using the UART1 on the ShMM-700R.

The first serial interface provides a full set of RS-232 signals, including modem control. In a
Schroff Shelf these signals are routed through the backplane connector to the SAP. The SAP
provides two 8-pin RJ45 modular receptacles for the serial interfaces of both Shelf Managers.
The second serial interface does not provide modem control signals. These signals are also
routed to the backplane connector but not used in the Schroff ATCA Shelves.
ShMM-700R
UART1 TXD
UART1 RXD
Backplane Connector
UART0 TXD
UART0 RXD
UART0 CD
UART0 DTR
UART0 DSR
UART0 RTS
UART0 CTS
UART0 RI
Filter
ShMM-700R Connector
UART1
UART0
Figure 6: RS-232 Serial Ports
ACB-VI
.
The serial console default configuration is:
• 115200 baud
• no parity
• 8 data bits
• 1 stop bit
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4.1 Serial Console Cables
To connect to the Shelf Manager via the serial console on the SAP you need a serial console
cable wired according to the CISCO convention.
Figure 7: RJ45 to DB9 Serial Console Cable
RJ45-male
1
8
RTS
DTR
TxD
GND
GND
RxD
DSR
CTS
8
6
2
5
5
3
4
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
CTS
DSR
RxD
GND
GND
TxD
DTR
RTS
DB9-female
5
1
9
6
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The connectors are shown with the cables pointing away.
Depending on the model of the Shelf, the RJ45 connector may have a different
pinout of the serial console signals. Refer to the Shelf manual for detailed
information.
5 Ethernet Interface
The front panel ETH0 Ethernet connector is intended for service use only or for debugging
purposes in laboratory environment. The computer which is connected to this interface must
be located nearby the shelf manager with an Ethernet cable that is not longer than 10 m.
The front panel Ethernet connector MUST NOT be connected to a Telecommunication
Network Circuit that leaves the building.
The ETH0 interface of the shelf manager can manually be switched between the front panel
RJ45 connector (“Front”-position of the rocker-switches) and the backplane connector going
to the hub board base interface (“Back”-position of the rocker-switches).
The ATCA specification requires a base channel interface between the shelf manager and the
Hub board. The ETH0 rocker-switches MUST be in “Back”-position in normal operation of the
shelf manager in an ATCA-shelf.
Figure 8: ETH-Switches shown in default position
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Ethernet Interface
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6 Shelf Manager and Shelf Alarm Panel
Some Shelf Manager I/O function have been moved to a separate Board called a Shelf Alarm
Panel (SAP). The SAP provides the RJ45 Serial Console connectors, Telco Alarm Interface, user
definable LEDs and custom specific I/Os for the Shelf Manager. Only the active Shelf Manager
has access to the SAP and can control the Alarms. The advantage of this approach is that the
SAP is separated from the Shelf Manager and can be located at a position at the Chassis that
is easy to reach and operate by service personnel.
The figure below shows the interconnection between the Shelf Managers and the SAP. Please
note that the design of the SAP is Shelf dependent. Please see your Shelf User Manual for the
actual SAP-implementation in your Shelf.
Please see chapter „Telco Alarms“ for detailed information concerning the Telco Alarm
interface and the user definable LEDs.
Figure 9: Connection between Shelf Manager and SAP
SAP
User LEDs
Filter
SERIAL 1
ER
LTC4300
Ch4
Filter
PCA9543
UART0
I2C3
ShMM-700R
Primary Shelf Manager
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CH0
US
CH0
LTC4300
Telco Alarm
SERIAL 2
3
2
1
ER
US
R
ER
US
NO
Ch4
MI
R
CA
JO
ITI
MA
CR
SILENCE
L
Alarm LEDs
LTC4300
LTC4300
PCA9543
UART0
I2C3
ShMM-700R
Secondary Shelf Manager
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7 Master-Only I²C Bus
The ACB-VI carrier board has a number of onboard I²C devices connected to the local I²C bus.
These devices are:
• PCA9554: reads the hardware address at the backplane connector
• PCA9555: monitors the presence signals from the PEMs, SAP, Air Filter, Fan Trays and the
presence of the input voltages and fuses.
• ADT7490: monitor voltages, monitor/controls the Fan Trays
• LM75: on-board temperature
• SEEPROM: Shelf Manager FRU information
• PCA9543: This 2-channel switch divides the I²C-bus 3 into 2 channels to:
- the SAP (Channel 0)
- the PEMs (Channel 4)
The ’Active’ signal of the ShMM-700R is used to enable the LTC4300, so that only the active
Shelf Manager has access to the Shelf I²C-bus devices.
Figure 10: Master-Only I2C-bus
3.3 V
LTC4300A-1
I2C0
CH1
To CDM 1
Active signal
3.3 V
I2C1
LTC4300A-1
LTC4300A-1
To CDM 2
Backplane
I2C2
IDTQS3VH384PAG
3.3 V
CH2
CH3
To FT
3.3 V
3.3 V
I2C3
PCA9543
0x70
LTC4300A-1
CH4
To
PEM,
PSUs
3.3 V
3.3 V
LTC4300A-1
CH0
To SAP
I2C4 (local)
LM75
0x4F
ShMM-700
12
Master-Only I²C Bus
SEEPROM
0x57
ADT7490
0x2C
PCA9554
0x23
ADT7490
0x2D
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PCA9555
0x25
ADT7490
0x2E
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8 Power Supply
0x25
3.6 V/3.3 V
DC/DC
Backplane Connector
PCA9555
0x2D
-48V_B_MONITOR
ADT7490
0x2E
-48V_A_FUSED_MON
ADT7490
0x2C
-48V_A_MONITOR
20V_MONITOR
ADT7490
5 V for ShMM-700R
FAN_24V
Linearregulator
-48V_B_FUSED_MON
3.6 V/5 V
DC/DC
I2C_PWR_B
CAP
RTC
I2C_PWR_A
Figure 11: Power Supply Block Diagram
3.6 V
8.0.1 DC-DC Converter
The DC-DC converter on the ACB-VI provides the power for all on-board devices and all offboard I²C devices inside the Shelf.
The 3.6 V local power is routed through two current limiting circuits to create two redundant
voltages, I2C_PWR_A and I2C_PWR_B.
I2C_PWR_A and I2C_PWR_B are routed to the backplane connector and used to power I²Cdevices on FRUs like the Fan Tray, PEM or SAP. If one of these voltages is short circuited in a
chassis FRU or on the backplane, the short circuit current is limited to 700 - 900 mA so that
the Shelf Manager and the FRUs are still fully operational.
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8.0.2 Input Fuses
The –48 V input circuits are protected by fuses, one in the supply and in the return path.
Figure 12: Input fuses
The fuses are not user-serviceable.
8.0.3 Voltage and Fuse Monitoring
To detect a missing supply voltage as well as a blown fuse the ADT7490 and PCA9555 provide
voltage monitoring and control functions.
Signal
14
Description
Device
Measurement
3.3V local
3.3 V supply for ACB-VI on-board devices and
ADT7490 0x2C
for the ShMM-700R
Analog
5V
5 V supply for the ShMM-700R
ADT7490 0x2C
pin 2
Analog
I2C_PWR_A
3.6 V supply redundant path A going to Shelf
I²C-devices
ADT7490 0x2D
pin 20
Analog
I2C_PWR_B
3.6 V supply redundant path B going to Shelf
I²C-devices
ADT7490 0x2E
pin 20
Analog
VBAT
Backup-CAP voltage
ADT7490 0x2E
pin 21
Analog
-48V_A_MONITOR
Indicates the presence of the –48 V_A /
VRTN_A at the backplane connector.
PCA9555 I/O 0.5 Presence/Absence
-48V_A_FUSED_MONITOR
Indicates the presence of the –48 V_A /
VRTN_A after the ACB-VI’s mains fuse.
PCA9555 I/O 0.3 Presence/Absence
-48V_B_MONITOR
Indicates the presence of the –48 V_B /
VRTN_B at the backplane connector.
PCA9555 I/O 0.6 Presence/Absence
-48V_B_FUSED_MONITOR
Indicates the presence of the –48 V_B /
VRTN_B after the ACB-VI’s mains fuse.
PCA9555 I/O 0.4 Presence/Absence
20V_MONITOR
Indicate the presence of the 20 V auxiliary
voltage supply generated on Fan Trays
PCA9555 I/O 0.7 Presence/Absence
Power Supply
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9 Fan Control
The Shelf Manager provides fan control functionality through the ADT7490 fan controllers.
The fan speed is controlled by a PWM signal generated on the ADT7490 0x2E. The PWM
output from the ADT7490 is buffered and enabled by the Carrier_Active signal so that only
the active Shelf Manager controls the fan speed. The PWM signal is opto-isolated and routed
to the backplane connector.
For voltage-regulated Fans the Shelf Manager provides an integrator that converts the PWM
signal into a DC-voltage of 0 V to 10 V, referenced to the ground level of the Fan Tray
electronics (FAN_24V_RTN), which is also available on the backplane connector.
The tachometer signals from the Fans are routed through the backplane connector to the
opto-isolated tachometer inputs of the 3 ADT7490.
Three digital inputs to the PCA9555 (I/O 1.0....I/O 1.2) are used to detect presence of the Fan
Trays. The Fan Tray grounds the signal to indicate that it is installed.
The Shelf Manager’s fan tachometer inputs and fan control outputs (DC, PWM) are optically
isolated from primary voltages of the fans. The primary side of the opto couplers is powered
by a 24 V voltage (FAN_24V) which is generated on the Fan Trays and routed together with
the Fan Tray ground reference (FAN _24V_RTN) to the Shelf Manager.
Figure 13: Shelf Manager Fan Control Block Diagram
VRTN_A
VRTN_B
24 VDC generated on Fan Trays
20 V Power Supply
for Opto-couplers
FAN_24V
48 V
Fan Tray Ground reference
FAN_24V_RTN
(FAN_24V_RTN)
24 V
-48V_A
PWM Fan Control Signal
Fan 1...3 Tachometer
ADT7490
0x2C
3
/
Backplane Connector
Backplane Connector
-48V_B
0....10 V DC Fan Control Signal
Volt. Contr. Fans
PWM Contr. Fans
Fan_Tach 3
/
Fan Tray 1
local I²C-Bus
PCA9555
0x25
Fan 4...6 Tachometer
ADT7490
0x2D
3
Fan_Tach 3
3
Fan_Tach 3
/
/
from Fan Tray 2
Fan Tray 2
PWM
ADT7490
0x2E
Fan 7...9 Tachometer
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/
/
from Fan Tray 3
Fan Tray 3
Fan Control 15
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9.1 Schroff Fan Trays
9.1.1 Control characteristics (examples)
Figure 14: Fan Speed Control (PWM) for Shelves 11592-50x
Fan Speed (rpm)
5000
4000
3000
2000
1000
0
20
0
40
60
80
100
PWM (%)
Speed-up
Speed-down
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Figure 15: Fan Speed Control (Control Voltage) for Shelves 11592-40x
Fan Speed (rpm)
6000
5000
4000
3000
2000
1000
0
0
2
4
6
Control Voltage (V)
8
10
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Figure 16: Fan Tacho Signal Output
Tacho Signal
US High
US
US Low
t1
t
t2
1 rev
n max
Fan Speed
n
n min
t
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Table 2: Fan Tacho Data
Description
Tacho Type
Tacho operating voltage
Tacho level low
Output Frequency
16
Fan Control
Comment
Value
/2 (open collector)
ISINK = 2 mA
up to 30 V
< 0.4 V
(2 x n) / 60 Hz
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10 Hardware Address
The PCA9554 on the ACB-VI reads the hardware address and parity bit from the backplane
connector of the dedicated Shelf Manager slot.
Geographic address pins (HA[0], HA7) at the Backplane connector determine bit 0 and bit 7,
bit 1 to bit 6 are hardware-coded on the Shelf Manager PCB. The ShMM-700R software
determines the hardware address by reading the input port register of the PCA9554 at
address 0x23.
Figure 17:
ACB-VI Carrier Board
8-bit
GPIO port
(PCA9554)
0x23
HA 0
I/O 0
3.3 V
I/O 1
I/O 2
I/O 3
I/O 4
I/O 5
I/O 6
HA 7 (Parity)
I/O 7
Backplane Connector
I2C4 (local)
ShMM-700R Connector
ShMM-700R
Table 3: Shelf Manager Hardware and IPMB Addresses
HW-Addr.
IPMB-Addr.
HA[0]
HA7
Shelf Manager 1
0x08
0x10
GND
GND
Shelf Manager 2
0x09
0x12
n.c.
n.c.
11 RESET
11.1 Reset Input / Output
The ACB-VI provides a RESET push button on the front panel. It is connected to the ShMM700's MRST_IN# signal.
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12 Redundancy Control
The Shelf Manager supports redundant operation with automatic switch-over using
redundant Shelf Managers. In a configuration where two Shelf Manager are present, one acts
as the active Shelf Manager and the other as a standby. The Shelf Managers monitor each
other and either can trigger a switchover if necessary.
12.0.1 Hardware Redundancy Interface
The two Shelf Manager communicate over the TCP/IP based Software Redundancy Interface
(SRI) which is implemented via a pair of USB links between the ShMM-700Rs. The active
instance posts incremental state updates to the backup via this interface. As a result, the
backup can quickly step into the active role if necessary.
The Hardware Redundancy Interface (HRI) between the two Shelf Manager instances enables
the exchange of hardware level ShMM-700R state information, including the following:
• Presence: each Shelf Manager instance knows whether the other instance is present in
the shelf.
• Health: each instance knows whether the other instance considers itself „healthy“.
• Switchover: the backup instance can force a switchover if necessary.
The ACB-VI Hardware Redundancy Interface supports the upgrade from ACB-V to ACB-VI in
an ATCA System without interruption. For details see the firmware release notes.
13 Hot Swap Interface
The ACB-VI provides a Hot Swap interface allowing the ACB-VI to be replaced without
powering down the Shelf. The interface is composed of three components:
• Hot Swap switch at injector/ejector handle
• Presence signal indicating that the ACB-VI is fully seated in its
backplane connector
• Hot Swap LED
13.1 Hot Swap LED
The Shelf Manager provides a a blue Hot Swap LED. The LED indicates when it is safe to
"remove" the Shelf Manager from a powered Shelf.
Table 4: Hot Swap LED
LED State
Off
Solid Blue
Long-blink
Short-blink
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Redundancy Control
Condition
The Shelf Manager is not ready to be removed from the Shelf
The Shelf Manager is ready to be removed from the Shelf
The Shelf Manager is activating
Deactivation has been requested
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14 Telco Alarms
The Shelf Manager ACB-VI can manage a Telco Alarm Interface with the following
components:
• Telco Alarm connector
• Telco Alarm LEDs
• Telco Alarm Cutoff push button
In Schroff Shelves these components are located on a separate board called Shelf Alarm Panel
(SAP). All three aspects of Telco interface are controlled by a PCA9555 located on the SAP.
The PCA 9555 is connected to the Shelf Manager via an I²C connection. The Shelf
management software running on the ShMM-700R is responsible for:
• configuring the PCA9555 as inputs or outputs, as appropriate for the Telco interface
signals.
• reading and writing GPIO port registers at appropriate times.
The PCA9555 generates an active low interrupt output when one of the inputs changes its
value. That interrupt output is routed on the ACB-VI onto the shared interrupt line going to
the INT# input of the ShMM-700R. Software running on the ShMM-700R is responsible for
reacting to an input change when an interrupt is triggered by the PCA9555.
For more information see the Chapter „SAP“ in the Shelf’s User Manual.
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15 Sensor Table
Sensor table for the primary shelf manager with IPMB address 0x10.
Nr.
10
10
10
10
10
0
1
2
3
4
0
0
0
0
0
FRU 0 HOT_SWAP
IPMB LINK
Local Temp
3V3_local
I2C_PWR_A
Hot Swap
IPMB Link
Temperature
Voltage
Voltage
0xf0
0xf1
0x01
0x02
0x02
Discrete
Discrete
Threshold
Threshold
Threshold
0x6f
0x6f
0x01
0x01
0x01
10
5
0
I2C_PWR_B
Voltage
0x02 Threshold
0x01
10
7
0
5V0_local
Voltage
0x02 Threshold
0x01
10
8
0
1V5_FPGAA
Voltage
0x02 Threshold
0x01
10
9
0
1V5_FPGAB
Voltage
0x02 Threshold
0x01
10
16
0
-48A Bus voltage
Entity Presence
0x25 Discrete
0x6f
10
17
0
-48B Bus voltage
Entity Presence
0x25 Discrete
0x6f
10
18
0
-48A ACB voltage
Entity Presence
0x25 Discrete
0x6f
10
19
0
-48B ACB voltage
Entity Presence
0x25 Discrete
0x6f
10
20
0
20V AUX
Entity Presence
0x25 Discrete
0x6f
10
21
0
-48A ACB Fuse
Entity Presence
0x25 Discrete
0x6f
10
22
0
-48B ACB Fuse
Entity Presence
0x25 Discrete
0x6f
10
128
0
HWRI State
OEM reserved
0xde Discrete
0x6f
10
129
0
Reboot Reason
OEM reserved
0xdd Discrete
0x6f
20
LUN Name
Event/Reading
Type-Code
IPMC
Sensor Table
Type-Code
Description
This sensor returns the hot-swap states for FRU 0.
This sensor returns the IPMB link state.
This sensor measures the local temperature.
This sensor measures the local 3.3 V voltage in volts.
This sensor measures the 3.3 V power supply A voltage
supplied to I2C devices in volts.
This sensor measures the 3.3 V power supply B voltage
supplied to I2C devices in volts.
This sensor measures the 5 V supply voltage for the
ShMM700R on the local shelf manager in volts.
This sensor measures the 1.5 V voltage supplied to FPGAA
in volts. (Only with radial IPMB)
This sensor measures the 1.5 V voltage supplied to FPGAB
in volts. (Only with radial IPMB)
This sensor indicates the presence of the -48 V_A at the
shelf manager backplane connector.
This sensor indicates the presence of the -48 V_B at the
shelf manager backplane connector.
This sensor indicates the presence of the -48 V_A behind
the shelf manager’s main fuse.
This sensor indicates the presence of the -48 V_B behind
the shelf manager’s main fuse.
This sensor indicates the presence of 20 V aux voltage on
shelf manager.
This sensor indicates the state of 
-48 V_A input fuse on the shelf manager.
This sensor indicates the state of 
-48 V_B input fuse on the shelf manager.
This sensor indicates the high-level redundancy state of
the ShMM.
This sensor indicates the reason for the last reboot.
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15.1 Useful commands:
Below is a list of useful commands when using the Pigeon Point Systems command line interface (clia). For
more details see the Pigeon Point Systems “User Guide” and the “External Interface reference”. 
Please note that the output of the commands may vary, depending on the type of chassis you are using.
Command “version”:
Displays the currently used FW image and the alternative firmware image on the ShMM-700
# version
Current flash bank: 0
Current U-Boot:
Image Name: 63998-53456 ShMM700 U-Boot 9.0.8
Created:
Wed Jul 2 20:05:47 2014
Image Type: ARM U-Boot Firmware (uncompressed)
Data Size:
524224 Bytes = 511.94 kB = 0.50 MB
Load Address: 00000000
Entry Point: 00000000
Current Kernel:
Image Name: 63998-53456 Linux-2.6.34.8
Created:
Wed Jul 2 20:05:47 2014
Image Type: ARM Linux Kernel Image (uncompressed)
Data Size:
1494616 Bytes = 1459.59 kB = 1.43 MB
Load Address: 40008000
Entry Point: 40008000
Current RFS:
Image Name:
Created:
Image Type:
Data Size:
Load Address:
Entry Point:
63998-53456 RFS 3.4.0
Wed Jul 2 20:05:47 2014
ARM Linux RAMDisk Image (gzip compressed)
2573577 Bytes = 2513.26 kB = 2.45 MB
00000000
00000000
Current Application:
Image Name: 63998-53456 APP 3.4.0
Created:
Wed Jul 2 20:05:46 2014
Image Type: ARM Linux Filesystem Image (gzip compressed)
Data Size:
2432907 Bytes = 2375.89 kB = 2.32 MB
Load Address: 00000000
Entry Point: 00000000
Other U-Boot:
Image Name:
Created:
Image Type:
Data Size:
Load Address:
Entry Point:
63998-53456 ShMM700 U-Boot 9.0.8
Wed Jul 2 20:05:47 2014
ARM U-Boot Firmware (uncompressed)
524224 Bytes = 511.94 kB = 0.50 MB
00000000
00000000
Other Kernel:
Image Name:
Created:
Image Type:
Data Size:
Load Address:
Entry Point:
63998-53456 Linux-2.6.34.8
Wed Jul 2 20:05:47 2014
ARM Linux Kernel Image (uncompressed)
1494616 Bytes = 1459.59 kB = 1.43 MB
40008000
40008000
Other RFS:
Image Name:
Created:
Image Type:
Data Size:
Load Address:
Entry Point:
63998-53456 RFS 3.4.0
Wed Jul 2 20:05:47 2014
ARM Linux RAMDisk Image (gzip compressed)
2573577 Bytes = 2513.26 kB = 2.45 MB
00000000
00000000
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Other Application:
Image Name: 63998-53456 APP 3.4.0
Created:
Wed Jul 2 20:05:46 2014
Image Type: ARM Linux Filesystem Image (gzip compressed)
Data Size:
2432907 Bytes = 2375.89 kB = 2.32 MB
Load Address: 00000000
Entry Point: 00000000
A2F:
SPICOMM protocol v1.7, M3 firmware v1.4, FPGA design v1.0.0.0
Pigeon Point Shelf Manager Command Line Interpreter
Pigeon Point Shelf Manager ver. 3.4.0.1
Pigeon Point and the stylized lighthouse logo are trademarks of Pigeon Point Systems.
Copyright (c) 2002-2014 Pigeon Point Systems
All rights reserved
Build date/time: Jun 27 2014 16:36:10
Carrier: HPDL/ACB
Carrier subtype: 0; subversion: 0
Cooling Management Library: libcooling_acb.so; Version: 3.4.0.1
Carrier Product ID: 21990401
Chassis Product ID: 11596150
Command “clia ipmc”:
Displays all IPMC controller in the chassis:
# clia ipmc
Pigeon Point Shelf Manager Command Line Interpreter
10: Entity: (0xf0, 0x60) Maximum FRU device ID: 0x00
PICMG Version 2.3
Hot Swap State: M4 (Active), Previous: M3 (Activation In Process), Last State Change Cause: Normal State Change (0x0)
12: Entity: (0xf0, 0x60) Maximum FRU device ID: 0x00
PICMG Version 2.3
Hot Swap State: M4 (Active), Previous: M3 (Activation In Process), Last State Change Cause: Normal State Change (0x0)
20: Entity: (0xf0, 0x1) Maximum FRU device ID: 0x08
PICMG Version 2.3
Hot Swap State: M4 (Active), Previous: M3 (Activation In Process), Last State Change Cause: Normal State Change (0x0)
9c: Entity: (0xa0, 0x60) Maximum FRU device ID: 0x00
PICMG Version 2.2
Hot Swap State: M4 (Active), Previous: M3 (Activation In Process), Last State Change Cause: Normal State Change (0x0)
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Command “clia FRU 20”:
List all FRUs which are managed by the shelf manager:
# clia fru 20
Pigeon Point Shelf Manager Command Line Interpreter
20: FRU # 0
Entity: (0xf0, 0x1)
Hot Swap State: M4 (Active), Previous: M3 (Activation In Process), Last State Change Cause: Normal State Change (0x0)
Device ID String: "PPS BMC"
20: FRU # 1
Entity: (0xf2, 0x60)
Hot Swap State: M4 (Active), Previous: M3 (Activation In Process), Last State Change Cause: Normal State Change (0x0)
Device ID String: "ShelfFRU1"
20: FRU # 2
Entity: (0xf2, 0x61)
Hot Swap State: M4 (Active), Previous: M3 (Activation In Process), Last State Change Cause: Normal State Change (0x0)
Device ID String: "ShelfFRU2"
20: FRU # 3
Entity: (0x1e, 0x60)
Hot Swap State: M4 (Active), Previous: M3 (Activation In Process), Last State Change Cause: Normal State Change (0x0)
Device ID String: "FanTray0"
2
0: FRU # 4
Entity: (0x1e, 0x61)
Hot Swap State: M4 (Active), Previous: M3 (Activation In Process), Last State Change Cause: Normal State Change (0x0)
Device ID String: "FanTray1"
20: FRU # 5
Entity: (0x1e, 0x62)
Hot Swap State: M4 (Active), Previous: M3 (Activation In Process), Last State Change Cause: Normal State Change (0x0)
Device ID String: "FanTray2"
20: FRU # 6
Entity: (0x15, 0x60)
Hot Swap State: M4 (Active), Previous: M3 (Activation In Process), Last State Change Cause: Normal State Change (0x0)
Device ID String: "PEM_A"
20: FRU # 7
Entity: (0x15, 0x61)
Hot Swap State: M4 (Active), Previous: M3 (Activation In Process), Last State Change Cause: Normal State Change (0x0)
Device ID String: "PEM_B"
20: FRU # 8
Entity: (0xf3, 0x60)
Hot Swap State: M4 (Active), Previous: M3 (Activation In Process), Last State Change Cause: Normal State Change (0x0)
Device ID String: "SAP Board"
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Command “clia fans”.
Displays the current fan level.
# clia fans
Pigeon Point Shelf Manager Command Line Interpreter
20: FRU # 5
Current Level: 4
Minimum Speed Level: 1, Maximum Speed Level: 15
Dynamic minimum fan level: 3
20: FRU # 4
Current Level: 4
Minimum Speed Level: 1, Maximum Speed Level: 15
Dynamic minimum fan level: 3
20: FRU # 3
Current Level: 4
Minimum Speed Level: 1, Maximum Speed Level: 15
Dynamic minimum fan level: 3
Command “clia shmstatus –v”.
Displays the status of the ACB-VI shelf manager.
# clia shmstatus -v
Pigeon Point Shelf Manager Command Line Interpreter
Host: "Active"
Ready For Operation: Yes
Detailed State Flags: "Shelf FRU Found" "Backup Healthy" "Initial Update Sent" "RMCP Up" "Shelf FRU Processed" "Shelfman
Running"
ShM Uptime 0 day(s) 00:05:01; Active Uptime 0 days 00:05:01
Command “clia help”.
List all supported clia commands.
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16 Shelf Manager Connectors
Table 5: Front Panel 10/100 Ethernet Service Connector
Pin #
Ethernet Signal
1
TX+
2
TX-
3
RX+
4, 5
n.c.
6
RX-
7, 8
n.c.
Figure 18: Backplane Connectors
Table 6: Pin Staging (PS)
Pin#
length
A
8.25 mm
B
9.75 mm
C
11.25 mm
The Pin Staging (PS) is the length of the Pins of the connector at the Backplane
not at the Shelf manager.
Table 7: Backplane Signal Connector (X100) pin assignment
a
1 -48 V_A
PS
B
2 3 SHELF_GND
b
VRTN_A
PS
B
B
4 -
SHELF_GND
c
NC
PS
B
B
-
SHELF_GND
d
-48 V_B
PS
B
B
-
SHELF_GND
e
VRTN_B
PS
B
B
-
SHELF_GND
B
-
5 FAN_TACH0
A
FAN_TACH1
A
FAN_TACH2
A
FAN_TACH3
A
FAN_TACH4
A
6 FAN_TACH5
A
FAN_TACH6
A
FAN_TACH7
A
FAN_TACH8
A
PWM_C
A
7 FAN_SPEED
A
NC
A
FAN_24V
A
FAN_24V_RTN
A
PWM_E
A
8 -
-
-
-
-
9 PEM_A_PRES
A
SAP_PRES
A
SWR_Input#
A
HLY_Input#
A
SWR_Output#
A
10 ETH1_TX+
A
ETH1_TX-
A
HS_EN
A
HLY_Output#
A
HA7
A
11 AIR_FILT_PR
A
PEM_B_PRES
A
ETH1_RX+
A
ETH1_RX-
A
PRES_1#
A
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Table 8: Backplane Signal Connector (X102) pin assignment (Radial IPMB)
PS
f
PS
1 FT0_PRES#
a
PS
A
UART0_TXD
b
PS
A
UART1_TXD
c
PS
A
FT2_PRES#
d
PS
A
INT#
e
A
GND
C
2 FT1_PRES#
A
UART0_DTR
A
Pres_GND
A
AUX_PRES#
A
UART0_DSR
A
3 UART0_CD
A
UART0_RTS
A
UART1_RXD
A
HA0
A
UART0_CTS
A
4 UART0_RXD
A
I2C_SDA_CH1
A
ACTIVE
A
I2C_SDA_CH0
A
GND
A
5 I2C_SCL_CH1
A
I2C_SCL_CH0
A
UART0_RI
A
GND
A
I2C_SDA_CH3
A
6 ETH0_TX+
A
ETH0_TX-
A
GND
B
USB1_DP
A
USB1_DM
A
7 ETH0_RX+
A
ETH0_RX-
A
GND
B
USB0_DP
A
USB0_DM
A
8 I2C_SDA_CH4
A
I2C_SCL_CH4
A
I2C_SCL_CH3
A
I2C_SCL_CH2
A
I2C_PWR_B
A
9 IPMB_SCL_B15
A
IPMB_SDA_B15
A
IPMB_SCL_A15
A
IPMB_SDA_A15
A
I2C_SDA_CH2
A
10 IPMB_SDA_B16
A
IPMB_SCL_B16
A
IPMB_SDA_A16
A
IPMB_SCL_A16
A
I2C_PWR_A
A
11 IPMB_SDA_A3
A
IPMB_SDA_B3
A
IPMB_SCL_B3
A
IPMB_SDA_B8
A
IPMB_SCL_B8
A
12 IPMB_SCL_A3
A
IPMB_SDA_A5
A
IPMB_SCL_A5
A
IPMB_SDA_A8
A
IPMB_SCL_A8
A
13 IPMB_SDA_A1
A
IPMB_SDA_B7
A
IPMB_SCL_A1
A
IPMB_SDA_A10
A
IPMB_SCL_A10
A
14 IPMB_SCL_B7
A
IPMB_SDA_A7
A
IPMB_SCL_A7
A
IPMB_SDA_A6
A
IPMB_SCL_A6
A
15 IPMB_SDA_A9
A
IPMB_SDA_B14
A
IPMB_SCL_B14
A
IPMB_SDA_B10
A
IPMB_SCL_B10
A
16 IPMB_SCL_A9
A
IPMB_SDA_A4
A
IPMB_SCL_A4
A
IPMB_SDA_B6
A
IPMB_SCL_B6
A
17 CROSS_SDA_B
A
IPMB_SDA_B11
A
IPMB_SCL_B11
A
IPMB_SDA_B4
A
IPMB_SCL_B4
A
18 CROSS_SCL_B
A
IPMB_SDA_A11
A
IPMB_SCL_A11
A
IPMB_SDA_A14
A
IPMB_SCL_A14
A
19 IPMB_SDA_A13
A
IPMB_SCL_A13
A
IPMB_SCL_B12
A
IPMB_SDA_B12
A
IPMB_SDA_B9
A
20 IPMB_SDA_B1
A
IPMB_SCL_B1
A
CROSS_SCL_A
A
CROSS_SDA_A
A
IPMB_SCL_B9
A
21 IPMB_SDA_B13
A
IPMB_SDA_B5
A
IPMB_SCL_B5
A
IPMB_SDA_B2
A
IPMB_SCL_B2
A
22 IPMB_SCL_B13
A
IPMB_SDA_A12
A
IPMB_SCL_A12
A
IPMB_SDA_A2
A
IPMB_SCL_A2
A
C
GND
C
C
GND
C
C
GND
C
C
GND
C
GND
GND
C
GND
C
C
GND
C
C
GND
C
C
GND
C
C
Table 9: Backplane Signal Connector (X102) pin assignment (Bused IPMB)
PS
f
PS
1 FT0_PRES#
a
PS
A
UART0_TXD
b
PS
A
UART1_TXD
c
PS
A
FT2_PRES#
d
PS
A
INT#
e
A
GND
C
2 FT1_PRES#
A
UART0_DTR
A
Pres_GND
A
AUX_PRES#
A
UART0_DSR
A
3 UART0_CD
A
UART0_RTS
A
UART1_RXD
A
HA0
A
UART0_CTS
A
4 UART0_RXD
A
I2C_SDA_CH1
A
ACTIVE
A
I2C_SDA_CH0
A
GND
A
5 I2C_SCL_CH1
A
I2C_SCL_CH0
A
UART0_RI
A
GND
A
I2C_SDA_CH3
A
6 ETH0_TX+
A
ETH0_TX-
A
GND
B
USB1_DP
A
USB1_DM
A
7 ETH0_RX+
A
ETH0_RX-
A
GND
B
USB0_DP
A
USB0_DM
A
8 I2C_SDA_CH4
A
I2C_SCL_CH4
A
I2C_SCL_CH3
A
I2C_SCL_CH2
A
I2C_PWR_B
A
9
A
A
A
A
I2C_SDA_CH2
A
10
A
A
A
A
I2C_PWR_A
A
11
A
A
A
A
A
12
A
A
A
A
A
13
A
A
A
A
A
14
A
A
A
A
A
15
A
A
A
A
A
16
A
A
A
A
A
17
A
A
A
18
A
A
A
19
A
A
A
20
A
A
21
A
A
22
A
A
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IPMB_SDA_B
Shelf Manager Connectors
IPMB_SCL_B
A
A
IPMB_SDA_A
A
I
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
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IPMB_SCL_A
C
GND
C
C
GND
C
C
GND
C
C
GND
C
GND
GND
C
GND
C
C
GND
A
C
C
GND
C
C
GND
C
C
Shelf Manager ACB-VI
Table 10: Backplane connector (X100) and (X102) pin description
-48V_A
-48 VDC supply A
-48V_B
-48 VDC supply B
AIR_FILT_PR
Air filter presence (grounded by air filter presence switch to detect a missing air filter)
AUX_PRES#
Reserved for future use
CROSS_SCL_A
Serial Clock of IPMB-A, cross-connected on Backplane to serial clock of IPMB-B of
other Shelf Manager
CROSS_SCL_B
Serial Clock of IPMB-B, cross-connected on Backplane to serial clock of IPMB-A of
other Shelf Manager
CROSS_SDA_A
Serial Data of IPMB-A, cross-connected on Backplane to serial data of IPMB-B of other
Shelf Manager
CROSS_SDA_B
Serial Data of IPMB-B, cross-connected on Backplane to serial data of IPMB-A of other
Shelf Manager
ETH0_RX(+-)
Ethernet interface (ETH0)
ETH0_TX(+-)
Ethernet interface (ETH0)
ETH1_RX(+-)
Ethernet interface (ETH1)
ETH1_TX(+-)
Ethernet interface (ETH1)
FAN_24V
Auxiliary 24 VDC (max. 100 mA) generated on Fan Trays (Voltage supply for opto-couplers on Shelf Manager)
FAN_24V_RTN
Return path (Ground reference) for the auxiliary 24 VDC, generated on Fan Trays,
used also as reference ground for the fan control voltage
FT[0...2]_PRES#
Fan Tray present (grounded on Fan Tray when present)
FAN_SPEED
DC for Fan Speed Control (0 V to 10 V, 10 mA)
FAN_TACH[0...8]
Tachometer signals from Fan Trays
GND
logic ground
HA[0]
Hardware address of Shelf Manager
- grounded: Shelf Manager IPMI address is 0x10
- open: Shelf Manager IPMI address is 0x12
HA7
Hardware address of Shelf Manager
- grounded: Shelf Manager IPMI address is 0x10
- open: Shelf Manager IPMI address is 0x12
HLY_Input#
ACB-VI: Clock signal of the 2 wire Redundancy Interface between two redundant ACBVI shelf managers.
Formerly used on the ACB-V: Health input Shelf Manager (proprietary signal crossconnected on Backplane to HLY_Output of other Shelf Manager)
HLY_Output#
ACB-VI: Data signal of the 2 wire Redundancy Interface between two redundant ACBVI shelf managers
Formerly used on the ACB-V: Health output Shelf Manager (proprietary signal crossconnected on Backplane to HLY_Input of other Shelf Manager)
HS_EN
Tells the Shelf Manager that it is plugged in (Grounded on Backplane)
I2C_SCL_CH0
Master Only-I2C-bus Channel 0 to SAP
I2C_SCL_CH1
Master-Only I2C-bus Channel 1
I2C_SCL_CH2
Master-Only I2C-bus Channel 2
I2C_SCL_CH3
Master-Only I2C-bus Channel 3
I2C_SCL_CH4
Master-Only I2C-bus Channel 4
I2C_SDA_CH0
Master Only-I2C-bus Channel 0 to SAP
I2C_SDA_CH1
Master-Only I2C-bus Channel 1
I2C_SDA_CH2
Master-Only I2C-bus Channel 2
I2C_SDA_CH3
Master-Only I2C-bus Channel 3
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I2C_SDA_CH4
Master-Only I2C-bus Channel 4
I2C_PWR_A
3.6 V (max. 500 mA) generated on Shelf Manager, redundant path A for Shelf I2Cdevices on Fan Trays, PEMs and SAP
I2C_PWR_B
3.6 V (max. 500 mA) generated on Shelf Manager, redundant path B for Shelf I2Cdevices on Fan Trays, PEMs and SAP
INT#
External Interrupt request (Master Only I2C-bus)
ACTIVE
This ShMM is in active mode
IPMB_SCL_A_[1...16]
Serial Clock, IPMB-A
IPMB_SCL_B_[1...16]
Serial Clock, IPMB-B
IPMB_SDA_A_[1...16]
Serial Data, IPMB-A
IPMB_SDA_B_[1...16]
Serial Data, IPMB-B
NC
not connected
PEM[A, B]_PRES
PEM [A, B] presence signal (grounded on PEM when present)
PRES_1#
ACB-VI: Only used for transition from ACB-V to ACB-VI in a live chassis
Formerly used on the ACB-V: Shelf Manager board presence signal (proprietary signal
cross-connected on Backplane to PRES_GND of other Shelf Manager)
PRES_GND#
ACB-VI: Only used for transition from ACB-V to ACB-VI in a live chassis
Formerly used on the ACB-V: Shelf Manager presence ground (proprietary signal
cross-connected on Backplane to PRES_1# of other Shelf Manager)
PWM_C
Opto isolated PWM signal for fan speed control, collector
UCE0 = max. 70 V, Imax = 2 mA
PWM_E
Opto isolated PWM signal for fan speed control, emitter, connected to FAN_24V_RTN
on Backplane
SAP_PRES
Presence signal of SAP (Grounded on SAP when present)
SHELF_GND
Shelf Ground
SWR_Input#
ACB-VI: Only used for transition from ACB-V to ACB-VI in a live chassis
Formerly used on the ACB-V: Switchover signal from the other Shelf Manager (proprietary signal cross-connected on Backplane to SWR_Output of other Shelf Manager)
SWR_Output#
ACB-VI: Only used for transition from ACB-V to ACB-VI in a live chassis
Formerly used on the ACB-V: Switchover signal to the other Shelf Manager (proprietary signal cross-connected on Backplane to SWR_Input of other Shelf Manager)
UART0_CD
Serial Interface 1 Carrier Detect
UART0_CTS
Serial Interface 1 Clear To Send
UART0_DSR
Serial Interface 1 Data Set Ready
UART0_DTR
Serial Interface 1 Data Terminal Ready
UART0_RI
Serial Interface 1 Ring Indication
UART0_RTS
Serial Interface 1 Request To Send
UART0_RXD
Serial Interface 1 Receive Data
UART0_TXD
Serial interface 1 Transmit Data
UART1_RXD
Serial Interface 2 Receive Data (not used in Schroff Shelves)
UART1_TXD
Serial interface 2 Transmit Data (not used in Schroff Shelves)
USB0_DP/DM
USB interface, cross-connected on Backplane toother Shelf Manager
USB1_DP/DM
USB interface, cross-connected on Backplane toother Shelf Manager
VRTN_A
Voltage return supply A
VRTN_B
Voltage return supply B
Shelf Manager Connectors
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Table 11: Technical Data
Physical Dimensions
Height
2U
Width
20 mm with EMC gaskets
Depth (PCB)
280 mm
Depth (with connectors and handle)
310 mm
Weight
Shipping weight completely assembled
without packaging
0.6 kg
Power
Input voltage
-40 VDC …. -72 VDC
Power dissipation
max. 10 W
Overcurrent Protection
500 mA Fuses on PCB
Environmental
Ambient temperature
-5°C…+55°C
Humidity
+5%...+85%, non condensing
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