Advantech | INTEL PCM-9587 | PCM-9587 - Advantech

Intel® Celeron® M Processor
EBX SBC with LAN, LVDS, DVI,
VGA, Audio, PC/104-Plus
PCM-9587
DVI
PCI
LVDS
Features
Audio
ƒƒ Intel® Celeron® M Processor ultra low power
DIMM up to
1 GB
Power
VGA
Ethernet
FDD
LPT
1st IDE
USB3, 4
Intel® Celeron M
Processor
ƒƒ Supports 48-bit LVDS/DVI/VGA
ƒƒ Supports up to 1000 Mbps Ethernet
ƒƒ PC/104-Plus (PCI + ISA), Mini PCI and 1 x PCI Slot
ƒƒ 2 x SATA 150 (RAID 0/1), 4 x COM, 4 x USB 2.0, 8-bit GPIO ports
ƒƒ Supports embedded software APIs and utilities
USB1, 2
J6
PC/104+
Software APIs:
Watchdog
GPIO
CPU Speed
KB/Mouse SATA 4 COM
Backlight
On/Off
System
Throttling
Utilities:
BIOS Flash Monitoring
Specifications
Processor System
Memory
Display
Ethernet
Audio
WatchDog Timer
Storage
CPU
Front Side Bus
L2 Cache
Chipset
BIOS
Technology
Max. Capacity
Socket
Chipset
VRAM
Graphics Engine
LVDS
VGA
DVI
Dual Display
Speed
Controller
Chipset
Amplifier
Output
Interval
CompactFlash
SATA
IDE
Floppy
Serial
Internal I/O
Expansion
Power
Environment
Physical Characteristics
Ethernet
PS/2 KB/Mouse
VGA
USB
IDE
Parallel (LPT)
FDD
SMBUS
GPIO
PC/104-Plus slot
Mini PCI socket
PCI Slot
Power Type
Power Supply Voltage
Power Consumption (Typical)
Power Consumption (Max, HCT)
Power Management
Battery
Operating
Non-Operating
Dimensions (L x W)
Weight
Total Height
(with cooler + PCB + Bottom)
Intel Celeron M Processor ULV 600 MHz/ 1.0 GHz
400 MHz
512 KB/ 0 KB
Intel 852GM + 6300ESB
Award 4 Mbit
DDR 200/266 MHz, ECC
1 GB
1 x 184-pin DIMM
Intel 852GM chip integrated. (Extreme Graphics 2)
Optimized Shared Memory Architecture up to 64 MB system memory
Mobile Intel 852GM integrated 3D/2D engine
1 x LVDS, single channel 18/24-bit or dual channel 36/48-bit LVDS
Up to 1600 x 1200 at 85-Hz and 2048 x 1536 at 75-Hz
1 (Supports DVI displays up to 165 MHz, UXGA resolution )
VGA + LVDS / DVI + LVDS / DVI + VGA
10/100 Mbps on Ethernet (10/100/1000 Mbps is optional)
Intel 82551ER (Intel 82541PI is optional, GbE)
Realtek ALC203, AC97
Speaker out, CD-input, Line-in, Line-out, Mic-in
Max 2.2W/ch Stereo into a 3Ω Load
System reset
Programmable 1 ~ 255 sec
Card Type I, Type II (shared 2nd IDE Channel)
2 SATA (Max. Data Transfer Rate 150 MB/s), supports SATA RAID function (0,1)
1 x EIDE (UDMA 100)
1 x FDD (Optional)
3 x RS-232 (COM1/3/4)
1 x RS-422/485 (COM2)
ESD protection for RS-232: Air gap ±15kV, Contact ±8kV
10/100 Ethernet x 1 (RJ-45 connector through the cable)
1
1
4 x USB 2.0
2 x EIDE (UDMA 100)
1
Share with LPT (Optional)
1
8-bit general purpose input/output
1
1
1
AT / ATX
AT +5 V ±5%, +12 V ±10%, ATX +5 V ±5%, +12 V ±10%
2.62 A @ 5 V, 0.03 A @ 12 V (Celeron M 600 with 256 MB DDR266)
2.63 A @ 5 V, 0.03 A @ 12 V (Celeron M 600 with 256 MB DDR266)
APM, ACPI
Lithium 3 V / 196 mAh
0 ~ 60° C (32 ~ 140° F) (Operating humidity: 40° C @ 95% RH non-condensing)
-40° C ~ 85° C and 60° C @ 95% RH non-condensing
203 x 146 mm (8" x 5.75")
0.85 kg (1.87 lb) (with Heatsink)
42.8mm
5.25"/ EBX/ EPIC Single Board Computers
All product specifications are subject to change without notice
Last updated : 9-May-2011
PCM-9587
Board Diagram
Intel
ULV Celeron M
processor
VGA
LVDS
(36/48 bits)
DVI
DDR
DIMM
DDR 200/266
Intel 852GM
SDVO
Transmitter
FDD
Mini PCI
LPT
USB2.0 x4
Super
I/O
Intel
82551ER or
82541PI
Audio
CODEC
ISA Bus
KB/
Mouse
8-bit
GPIO
IDE
Intel 6300 ESB
Ethernet
PCI Bus
COM
3/4
CF
PCI Slot
SATA x2
PC/104 Connector
COM 1/2
LPC
PCI-104 connector
FWH BIOS
Ordering Information
Part No.
PCM-9587F-M0A2E
PCM-9587F-S0A2E
CPU
L2
Cache
Celeron M
512 KB
600 MHz
Celeron M
0 KB
1.0 GHz
VGA LVDS
DVI
10/100
Audio USB 2.0
Ethernet*
RS-232
RS/232/
422/485
LPT/
FDD/KB/ CF
MS
Yes
36/48-bit*
Yes
1
Yes
4
3
1
Yes
Yes 2
Yes
36/48-bit*
Yes
1
Yes
4
3
1
Yes
Yes 2
PCI
Slot
Mini
PCI
Thermal Operating
Solution Temp.
Yes
1
1
Passive
0 ~ 60° C
Yes
1
1
Passive
0 ~ 60° C
SATA PC/104+
* GbE is optional by customer request
* 48-bit LVDS request, please confirm with FAE
Packing List
Part No.
9689000002
2006958712
2066958702
1700001112
1700016141
1960002379
Description
PCM-9587 SBC
Mini Jumper Pack
Startup Manual
Utility CD
ATX Power Cable
AT Power Cable
Heat sink 50 x 50 x 30 mm
Optional Accessories
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Part No.
PCM-10586-6200E
PCM-10587-6201E
1703100260
1703100121
PCM-110-00A3E
PCM-120-00A3E
PCM-200-00A2E
Description
Wiring kit for PCM-9582/87
Wiring kit for PCM-9582/87 without GbE cable
USB cable (26 cm)
USB cable (12 cm)
1-slot PCI riser card for 5.25" biscuits
2-slot PCI riser card for 5.25" biscuits
PCI-104 to PCI bus module
Embedded OS
Embedded OS
Win XPE
Part No.
2070009927
Description
WES 2009 ENG V1.0 for PCM-9587 A2
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Value-Added Software Services
Software API: An interface that defines the ways by which an application program may request services from libraries and/or operating systems. Provides not only the underlying
drivers required but also a rich set of user-friendly, intelligent and integrated interfaces, which speeds development, enhances security and offers add-on value for Advantech platforms.
It plays the role of catalyst between developer and solution, and makes Advantech embedded platforms easier and simpler to adopt and operate with customer applications.
Software APIs
Control
GPIO
SMBus
I2C
Monitor
General Purpose Input/Output is a flexible parallel interface
that allows a variety of custom connections. It allows users
to monitor the level of signal input or set the output status to
switch on/off a device. Our API also provides Programmable
GPIO, which allows developers to dynamically set the GPIO
input or output status.
SMBus is the System Management Bus defined by Intel®
Corporation in 1995. It is used in personal computers and
servers for low-speed system management communications.
The SMBus API allows a developer to interface a embedded
system environment and transfer serial messages using the
SMBus protocols, allowing multiple simultaneous device
control.
I2C is a bi-directional two wire bus that was developed by
Philips for use in their televisions in the 1980s.
The I2C API allows a developer to interface with an embedded
system environment and transfer serial messages using the I2C
protocols, allowing multiple simultaneous device control.
Display
Watchdog
Hardware
Monitor
Hardware
Control
A watchdog timer (WDT) is a device that performs a specific
operation after a certain period of time if something goes wrong
and the system does not recover on its own.
A watchdog timer can be programmed to perform a warm boot
(restarting the system) after a certain number of seconds.
The Hardware Monitor (HWM) API is a system health
supervision API that inspects certain condition indexes, such as
fan speed, temperature and voltage.
The Hardware Control API allows developers to set the PWM
(Pulse Width Modulation) value to adjust fan speed or other
devices; it can also be used to adjust the LCD brightness.
Power Saving
Make use of Intel SpeedStep technology to reduce power power
consumption. The system will automatically adjust the CPU
Speed depending on system loading.
The Brightness Control API allows a developer to interface with
an embedded device to easily control brightness.
Brightness
Control
CPU Speed
The Backlight API allows a developer to control the backlight
(screen) on/off in an embedded device.
System
Throttling
Backlight
Refers to a series of methods for reducing power consumption in
computers by lowering the clock frequency. These APIs allow the
user to lower the clock from 87.5% to 12.5%.
Software Utilities
BIOS Flash
The BIOS Flash utility allows customers to update the flash
ROM BIOS version, or use it to back up current BIOS by
copying it from the flash chip to a file on customers’ disk. The
BIOS Flash utility also provides a command line version and
API for fast implementation into customized applications.
Embedded
Security ID
The embedded application is the most important property of
a system integrator. It contains valuable intellectual property,
design knowledge and innovation, but it is easily copied! The
Embedded Security ID utility provides reliable security functions
for customers to secure their application data within embedded
BIOS.
Monitoring
The Monitoring utility allows the customer to monitor system
health, including voltage, CPU and system temperature and fan
speed. These items are important to a device; if critical errors
happen and are not solved immediately, permanent damage may
be caused.
All product specifications are subject to change without notice
eSOS
The eSOS is a small OS stored in BIOS ROM. It will boot up in
case of a main OS crash. It will diagnose the hardware status,
and then send an e-mail to a designated administrator. The
eSOS also provides remote connection: Telnet server and FTP
server, allowing the administrator to rescue the system.
Flash Lock
Flash Lock is a mechanism that binds the board and CF card
(SQFlash) together. The user can “Lock” SQFlash via the Flash
Lock function and “Unlock” it via BIOS while booting. A locked
SQFlash cannot be read by any card reader or boot from other
platforms without a BIOS with the “Unlock” feature.
Last updated : 9-May-2011
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