User Manual
POD-6552 A2
Copyright
The documentation and the software included with this product are copyrighted 2009
by Advantech Co., Ltd. All rights are reserved. Advantech Co., Ltd. reserves the right
to make improvements in the products described in this manual at any time without
notice. No part of this manual may be reproduced, copied, translated or transmitted
in any form or by any means without the prior written permission of Advantech Co.,
Ltd. Information provided in this manual is intended to be accurate and reliable. However, Advantech Co., Ltd. assumes no responsibility for its use, nor for any infringements of the rights of third parties, which may result from its use.
Acknowledgements
Award is a trademark of Award Software International, Inc.
VIA is a trademark of VIA Technologies, Inc.
IBM, PC/AT, PS/2 and VGA are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation.
Intel and Pentium are trademarks of Intel Corporation.
Microsoft Windows® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corp.
RTL is a trademark of Realtek Semi-Conductor Co., Ltd.
ESS is a trademark of ESS Technology, Inc.
UMC is a trademark of United Microelectronics Corporation.
SMI is a trademark of Silicon Motion, Inc.
Creative is a trademark of Creative Technology LTD.
CHRONTEL is a trademark of Chrontel Inc.
All other product names or trademarks are properties of their respective owners.
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
Part No. 200K655211
Edition 2
Printed in China
May 2009
ii
Product Warranty
Warranty Period
ADVANTECH aims to meet the customer’s expectations for post-sales service and
support; therefore, in addition to offering 2 years global warranty for ADVANTECH’s
standard products, a global extended warranty service is also provided for customers
upon request. ADVANTECH customers are entitled to a complete and prompt repair
service beyond the standard 2 years of warranty.
Standard products manufactured by ADVANTECH are covered by a 2 year global
warranty from the date of shipment. Products covered by extended warranty and
cross-region repair services against defects in design, materials, and workmanship,
are also covered from the date of shipment. All key parts assembled into ADVANTECH system products such as LCD, Touch Screen, Power Supply, and peripherals
etc, will be also covered by the standard 2 year warranty.
Repairs under Warranty
It is possible to obtain a replacement (Cross-Shipment) during the first 30 days of
purchase (45 days for Channel Partners), if the products were purchased directly
from ADVANTECH and the product is DOA (Dead-on-Arrival).
DOA Cross-Shipment excludes any customized and/or build-to-order products. The
Cross-Shipment agreement signed by customers is required for initiating/releasing
cross shipment with ADVANTECH confirmation and verification. The only conditions
for Cross-Shipment are: a) the return must not be damaged, altered or marked, b) all
parts and accessories must be included as originally shipped; and c) proof of purchase must be included. Any returns that do not meet mentioned requirements
above, or any wrong user settings/configurations will be denied, or subject to additional handling/service charges as determined by the ADVANTECH Repair Service
Department.
For those products which are not DOA, the return fee to an authorized ADVANTECH
repair facility will be at the customers’ expense. The shipping fee for reconstructive
products from ADVANTECH back to customers’ sites will be at ADVANTECH’s
expense.
Exclusions from Warranty
The product is excluded from warranty if:
The product has been found to be defective after expiry of the warranty period.
Warranty has been voided by removal or alternation of product or part identification labels.
The product has been misused, abused, or subjected to unauthorized disassembly/modification; placed in an unsuitable physical or operating environment;
improperly maintained by the customer; or failure caused which ADVANTECH is
not responsible whether by accident or other cause. Such conditions will be
determined by ADVANTECH at its sole unfettered discretion.
The product is damaged beyond repair due to a natural disaster such as a lighting strike, flood, earthquake, etc.
Product updates/upgrades and tests upon the request of customers who are
without warranty.
iii
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
Declaration of Conformity
FCC
This device complies with the requirements in part 15 of the FCC rules: Operation is
subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this device in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which
case the user will be required to correct the interference at his/her own expense. The
user is advised that any equipment changes or modifications not expressly approved
by the party responsible for compliance would void the compliance to FCC regulations and therefore, the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Caution! There is a danger of a new battery exploding if it is 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.
Technical Support and Assistance
For more information about this and other Advantech products, please visit our website at:
http://www.advantech.com/
http://www.advantech.com/ePlatform/
For technical support and service, please visit our support website at:
http://support.advantech.com.tw/support/
Additional Information and Assistance
1.
2.
Visit the Advantech web site at http://www.advantech.com/ where you can find
the latest product information.
Contact your distributor, sales representative, or Advantech’s customer service
center for technical support if you need additional assistance. Please have the
following information ready before you call:
Product name and serial number
Description of your peripheral attachments
Description of your software (operating system, version, application software, etc.)
A complete description of the problem
The exact wording of any error messages
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
iv
Packing List
Before installation, please ensure the following items have been shipped:
1 POD-6552 A2 SBC
1 Startup manual
1 Utility CD
1 Power Cable 12P/Big 4Px2, 10 cm
1700006196
1 mini jumper pack
9689000002
Ordering information
Model Number
Description
POD-6552L-00A2E
Intel Socket 479 w/CRT/LVDS/TV out/4 COM/Audio/CF/16 USB
POD-6552L-M0A2E
Intel C-M 600 M w/CRT/LVDS/TV out/4 COM/Audio/CF/16 USB
POD-6552L-S0A2E
Intel C-M 1.0 G w/CRT/LVDS/TV out/4 COM/Audio/CF/16 USB
Part No.
POD-6552L-00A2E
POD-6552L-M0A2E
POD-6225L-S0A2E
CPU
Socket 479
Celeron M 600 MHz
Celeron M 1.0 GHz
La Cache
-
512 KB
-
CRT
Yes
Yes
Yes
LVDS
18-bit
18-bit
18-bit
TV Out
Yes
Yes
Yes
10/100
1
1
1
Audio
Yes
Yes
Yes
USB 2.0
6
6
6
RS-232
3
3
3
RS-232/422/485
1
1
1
LPT/FDD/KB/MS
Yes
Yes
Yes
CF
Yes
Yes
Yes
PCI Slot
2
2
2
Thermal Solution
Active
Passive
Passive
Operating Temp.
0 ~ 60° C
0 ~ 60° C
0 ~ 60° C
Optional accessories
Part Number
PCM-10586-6552E
1700001112
PCM-110-00A3E
PCM-120-00A3E
CF-HDD-ADP
Description
Wiring kit for POD-6552 Series
ATX power cable
1-slot PCI riser card for 5.25" biscuits
2-slot PCI riser card for 5.25" biscuits
CompactFlash 50-pin to IDE 44-pin adapter
v
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
vi
Contents
Chapter
1
General Introduction ...........................1
1.1
1.2
Introduction ............................................................................................... 2
Product Specifications............................................................................... 2
1.2.1 General ......................................................................................... 2
1.2.2 I/O ................................................................................................. 2
1.2.3 Ethernet ........................................................................................ 3
1.2.4 Display .......................................................................................... 3
Chipset ...................................................................................................... 3
1.3.1 Functional Spec. ........................................................................... 3
1.3.2 Mechanical Specifications............................................................. 5
1.3.3 Electrical Specifications ................................................................ 6
1.3.4 Environmental Specifications........................................................ 8
1.3
Chapter
2
H/W Installation....................................9
2.1
Jumpers .................................................................................................. 10
2.1.1 Jumper List ................................................................................. 10
2.1.2 Jumper Settings .......................................................................... 10
2.1.3 Jumper Description ..................................................................... 12
Connectors.............................................................................................. 13
2.2.1 Connector List............................................................................. 13
2.2.2 Connector Settings ..................................................................... 13
Mechanical .............................................................................................. 16
2.3.1 Jumper and Connector Location................................................. 16
Figure 2.1 Jumper and Connector Layout (Component Side) ... 16
Figure 2.2 Jumper and Connector Layout (Solder Side) ........... 17
2.3.2 Board Dimension ........................................................................ 18
Figure 2.3 Board Dimension Layout (Component Side) ............ 18
Figure 2.4 Board Dimension Layout (Solder Side) .................... 18
2.2
2.3
Chapter
Chapter
3
BIOS Operation ..................................19
3.1
3.2
BIOS Introduction.................................................................................... 20
BIOS Setup ............................................................................................. 20
3.2.1 Main Menu .................................................................................. 21
3.2.2 Standard CMOS Features .......................................................... 22
3.2.3 Advanced BIOS Features ........................................................... 23
3.2.4 Advanced Chipset Features........................................................ 25
3.2.5 Integrated Peripherals................................................................. 27
3.2.6 Power Management Setup ......................................................... 28
3.2.7 PnP/PCI Configurations .............................................................. 30
3.2.8 PC Health Status ........................................................................ 31
3.2.9 Frequency/Voltage Control ......................................................... 32
3.2.10 Load Optimized Defaults............................................................. 33
3.2.11 Set Password.............................................................................. 33
3.2.12 Save & Exit Setup ....................................................................... 35
3.2.13 Quit Without Saving .................................................................... 35
4
S/W Introduction & Installation ........37
4.1
4.2
S/W Introduction...................................................................................... 38
Driver Installation ................................................................................... 38
vii
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
4.3
Chapter
4.2.1 Windows XP professional ........................................................... 38
4.2.2 Other OS..................................................................................... 38
SUSI Application Library ......................................................................... 38
4.3.1 SUSI Introduction........................................................................ 38
4.3.2 SUSI Functions........................................................................... 39
4.3.3 SUSI Installation ......................................................................... 39
4.3.4 SUSI Sample Programs.............................................................. 41
5
Extension I/O Installation ................. 51
5.1
5.2
PC-104.................................................................................................... 52
PCI Riser Card........................................................................................ 52
Appendix A
Pin Assignments............................... 53
A.1
A.2
A.3
A.4
A.5
A.6
A.7
A.8
A.9
A.10
A.11
A.12
A.13
A.14
A.15
A.16
A.17
A.18
A.19
A.20
A.21
A.22
CN2: COM port 1/2 D-Sub Connector.................................................... 54
CN7: VGA Connecter.............................................................................. 55
CN8: Audio Connecter ............................................................................ 56
CN9: COM3/4 Connecter........................................................................ 57
CN10: IrDA Connecter ............................................................................ 58
CN11: USB4/5 Connector....................................................................... 58
CN12: USB2/3 Connector....................................................................... 59
CN13: PS2 Connecter ............................................................................ 59
CN14: LVDS Connecter.......................................................................... 60
CN15: Inverter Connecter ....................................................................... 61
CN16: CD in Connecter .......................................................................... 61
CN17: TTL Connecter............................................................................. 62
CN20: Power Connecter ......................................................................... 64
CN21: -V5 and -V12 Connecter .............................................................. 64
CN26: Panel Connector .......................................................................... 65
CN28: LPT Connecter............................................................................. 66
FAN1/2: FAN Connector ......................................................................... 67
CN24/25: IDE Connecter ........................................................................ 67
CN18: PC104 Connecter ........................................................................ 68
CN22: CF TYPEII Connecter .................................................................. 69
DIMM1: DDR SODIMM Socket............................................................... 70
PCI1/2: PCI Connector ........................................................................... 70
Appendix B
Optional Extras for the POD-6552 ... 71
B.1
PCM-10586-6552E Cable kit for POD-6552 A2...................................... 72
Appendix C
Watchdog Timer................................ 73
C.1
Watchdog Timer...................................................................................... 74
Appendix D
System Assignment.......................... 77
D.1
System I/O Ports..................................................................................... 78
Table D.1: System I/O Ports ...................................................... 78
1st MB memory map............................................................................... 79
Table D.2: 1st MB memory map ................................................ 79
DMA channel assignments ..................................................................... 79
Table D.3: DMA channel assignments....................................... 79
Interrupt assignments ............................................................................. 80
Table D.4: Interrupt assignments.............................................. 80
D.2
D.3
D.4
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
viii
Appendix E
Electrical Specifications ...................81
E.1
Input Power ............................................................................................. 82
E.1.1 Power Supply Selection .............................................................. 82
E.1.2 Power Requirement of Power Supply ......................................... 82
E.1.3 Rising Time ................................................................................. 82
ix
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
x
Chapter
1
1
General Introduction
This chapter gives background
information on POD-6552 A2.
Sections include:
Introduction
Specifications
1.1 Introduction
Intel® Celeron® M processor with fanless design
EBX form factor standard, supports PC/104
One SODIMM up to 1 G DDR 200/266 MHz
Dual Display (CRT + LVDS, CRT + TV-Out, LVDS +TV-Out)
Supports up to 400 MHz Processor Side Bus
Supports up to 266 MHz DDR SODIMM
Supports six USB 2.0 ports
1.2 Product Specifications
POD-6552 A2 is reversion from A1. For system I/O ports, PCM-6552 A2 add Super
IO runtime register and change COM2 address from 2F8 ~ 2FF to 2E0~2E7. The list
is as follow.
A1
A2
COM2
2F8 - 2FF
2E0 - 2E7
Super IO runtime register :
No
800h - 87Fh
1.2.1 General
CPU: On board type: C-M 600MHz/ 1.0G Hz,
Socket type: Socket 479
L2 Cache: On board type: 512K L2 (C-M 600) / 0L2 (C-M 1G),
Socket type: Depend on CPU
System Chipset: Intel 852GM + ICH4
BIOS: Award 4Mb LPC BIOS
System Memory: One SODIMM up to 1GB DDR 200/266MHz
Power Management: APM1.2, ACPI support
Watchdog Timer: 255-level interval timer, setup by software, Super I/O integrated, SMSC Controller
Expansion Interface: Supports PC-104, ISA slot, PCI slot x2
Battery: Lithium 3 V / 196 mAH
1.2.2 I/O
I/O Interface:
– 1 x EIDE (PIO/DMA-33), 2 x Floppy, 1 x K/B,
– 1 x Mouse, 3 x RS232, 1 x RS232/422/485, 1 x LPT
USB: 6 x USB 2.0 compliant ports
Audio: AC97, Line-in, Line-out, Mic-in, speaker out (R/L)
IrDA -: 115 kbps (optional by request)
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
2
Chapter 1
1.2.3 Ethernet
Chipset: 1 x Realtek RTL8139DL
Speed: 10/100Mbps
Interface: 1 x RJ45
Standard: IEEE 802.3u 100Base-T
1.2.4 Display
1.3 Chipset
1.3.1 Functional Spec.
1.3.1.1 Processor
Processor
On board Intel Celeron M processor 600 MHz / 1.0 GHz (0L2)
Socket 479 for Celeron® M and Pentium® M CPU (Optional)
400 MHz FSB Support
1.3.1.2 Chipset (852GM)
North Bridge
-
Controller Hub
Intel® 852GM chipset
FSB
400MHz for 852GM
Display
Memory
VGA port (1600 x 1200 @ 24bpp 85Hz)
18-bit TTL
TV-OUT
LVDS (18/36 bit)
200/266 MHz (No ECC)
200 Pin SODIMM SOCKET(Up to 1GB)
3
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
General Introduction
Controller: Intel 910GMLE
VRAM: Optimized Shared Memory Architecture up to 64 MB system memory
LVDS LCD: 18 bit LVDS (Optional for 2 channel 2 x 18bit LVDS)
DSTN: Yes (Optional by request)
TTL: 18-bit TTL
VGA: 1024 x 768 @ 16 bpp (85 Hz)
Dual Independent Display: CRT + LVDS, CRT + TV-Out, LVDS + TV-Out
1.3.1.3 Chipset (ICH4)
I/O Interface
LPT
1
FDD
1
RS232
3
RS232/422/485
1 (Default RS232)
KB
1
Mouse
1
IrDA
IrDA1.0 (Optional)
South Bridge
-
Controller Hub
Intel ICH4
PCI Compliant
Supports 33MHz PCI 2.2 specification
Supports for 44-bit addressing on PCI using DAC protocol
PCI Bus
Other Feature
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
PCI masters
PCI to ISA bridge (W83628F),Support 1 ISA&1 PC104
10/100 LAN(RTL8139DL)
6 USB 2.0 ports, 480 MB/s
2 Ultra ATA (100/66/33 MB/s),Independent timing of up to 4
drives
Power Management, ACPI 2.0 compliant
FWH interface to Flash BIOS
Supports AC’97 2.3
10/100 Mbit/sec Ethernet support IEEE 802.3 compliant
4
LAN
-
Chipset
LAN 1: Realtek RTL8139DL for 10/100
IEEE Compliant
Fully compliant with IEEE 802.3
LAN LED
LED0: Off for 10M LAN, Yellow or 100M LAN
LED1: Green for Link, flash for active,
Yes
Wake on LAN
Yes
Boot from LAN
Yes
LED connector
RJ45 10+4P
Audio
-
Chipset
AC97 Audio
Codec
ALC203
Rear panel output
Line-In, Line-out, Mic-In
Amplifier
Yes. (2.2W)
Hardware Monitor
-
General Introduction
Disable LAN through BIOS
Chipset
Chapter 1
1.3.1.4 Others(chipset)
LPC I/O for onboard alarm
SCH3114
Fan
Programmable automatic fan monitor based on temperature.
System FAN Power Connector x 1
It should be added near by the CPU socket
Connector type: 2.0mm Wafer box 3x1
Default is +5V Fan
Pin1: Fan speed signal input
Pin2: +5V
Pin3: GND
Temperature
monitors system/CPU temperature and voltage status
Voltage
2.5 V, 1.05 V, 12 V, 5 V, 3.3 V
Super I/O
-
Chipset
SCH3114
Fan speed monitor
N/A
Temperature
Yes
1.3.2 Mechanical Specifications
1.3.2.1 Dimension (mm)
203 mm (L) * 146 mm (W) (8" x 5.75")
1.3.2.2 Height on Top (mm)
On board type: 30.5 mm (CPU Heatsink)
Socket type: 30.2 mm (D-SUB COM)
1.3.2.3 Height on Bottom (mm)
5.3 mm (SO-DIMM)
5
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
1.3.2.4 Heatsink Dimension (mm)
On board type: 50 x 50 x 30 mm (Heatsink)
Socket type: 51 x 51 x 40 mm (Cooler)
1.3.2.5 Weight(g) with Heatsink
480 g
1.3.3 Electrical Specifications
1.3.3.1 Power Supply Voltage
Power
Power Type
AT / ATX
Power Supply Voltage
ATX: 5 V Standby, ±5 V ±5%, ±12 V° ±5%,
AT: ±5 V ±5%, ±12 V ±5%
Power Management
APM, ACPI
Battery
Lithium 3 V
1.3.3.2 Power Supply Current
AT Power:
Test Condition:
OS - WindowsXP SP2
Add-in Card - None
CF Card - Apacer 64M
MiniPCI Card - None
HDD - 40GB IDE *1
BIOS - V1.14
KeyBoard/Mouse - USB or PS/2 Interface
Display - CRT
CPU type
Status
+V5
+V12
512MB*1/533MHz
+V5
+V12
1GB*1/533MHz
BIOS Picture
2.62A
0.37A
3.02A
0.58A
DOS Idle
Intel® Celeron® M
Win Idle
600 MHz
Win HCT11.2
2.51A
0.42A
2.34A
0.23A
2.24A
0.27A
3.21A
0.67A
3.22A
0.35A
3.5A
0.49A
3DMark2001
3.16A
0.43A
4.03A
0.72A
+V5
+V12
+V5
+V12
CPU type
Status
512MB*1/533MHz
1GB*1/533MHz
BIOS Picture
1.49A
0.23A
2.93A
0.66A
DOS Idle
Intel® Celeronl® M
Win Idle
1 GHz
Win HCT11.2
1.25A
0.41A
2.67A
0.61A
3.33A
0.89A
1.55A
0.44A
2.91A
0.31A
2.89A
0.36A
3DMark2001
3.51A
0.18A
3.06A
0.52A
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
6
Status
+V5
+V12
512MB*1/533MHz
+V5SB +V5
+V12
1GB*1/533MHz
BIOS Picture
0.72A
2.49A
0.53A
0.47A
2.33A
0.41A
DOS Idle
0.69A
2.23A
0.44A
0.50A
2.06A
0.34A
0.29A
1.25A
0.24A
0.56A
1.48A
0.42A
0.33A
1.89A
0.28A
0.74A
2.23A
0.67AA
Win HCT11.2
0.66A
2.50A
0..53A
0.57A
2.61A
0.41A
3DMark2001
0.45A
2.43A
0.35A
0.58A
2.82A
0.45
+V5SB
+V5
+V12
+V5SB +V5
Intel® Celeron® M S3
600 MHz
Win Idle
CPU type
+V5SB
Status
512MB*1/533MHz
+V12
1GB*1/533MHz
BIOS Picture
0.27A
1.34A
0.55A
0.13A
2.52A
0.57A
DOS Idle
0.26A
1.13A
0.20A
0.24A
2.21A
0.61A
0.76A
1.66A
0.26A
0.47A
1.68A
0.64A
Intel® Celeron® M S3
1 GHz
Win Idle
0.91A
2.31A
0.35A
0.71A
2.26A
0.21A
Win HCT11.2
0.59A
2.98A
0.28A
0.43A
2.92A
0.62A
3DMark2001
0.79A
3.06A
0.64A
0.52A
2.97A
0.76A
7
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
General Introduction
CPU type
Chapter 1
ATX Power:
Test Condition:
OS - WindowsXP SP2
Add-in Card - None
CF Card - Apacer 64M
MiniPCI Card - None
HDD - 40GB IDE *1
BIOS - V1.14
KeyBoard/Mouse - USB or PS/2 Interface
Display - CRT
1.3.3.3 RTC Battery
Typical Voltage: 3.0 V
Normal discharge capacity: 196 mAh
1.3.4 Environmental Specifications
1.3.4.1 Operating Temperature
The AMD® CPU® is specified for proper operation when the junction temperature is
within the specified range of 0° C to 95° C.
The AMD® M690E chipset temperature runs at a maximum of 95° C. The AMD®
SB600 I/O Controller case temperature runs at a maximum of 95° C.
Operating temperature: 0 ~ 60° C (32 ~ 140° F)
1.3.4.2 Operating Humidity
0% ~ 90% Relative Humidity, non-condensing
1.3.4.3 Storage Temperature
Standard products (0 ~ 60° C)
Storage temperature: -20 ~ 70° C
1.3.4.4 Storage Relative Humidity
Standard products (0 ~ 60° C)
Relative humidity: 95% @ 60° C
Phoenix products (-20 ~ 80° C)
Relative humidity: 95% @ 60° C
Platinum Phoenix products (-40 ~ 85° C)
Relative humidity: 95% @ 60° C
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
8
Chapter
2
2
H/W Installation
This chapter explains the setup
procedures of the POD-6552
hardware, including instructions
on setting jumpers and connecting peripherals, switches, indicators and mechanical drawings.
Be sure to read all safety precautions before you begin the installation procedure.
2.1 Jumpers
2.1.1 Jumper List
Label
Function
J1, J2, J3, J4
Setting COM2 RS232/422/485
J5
LCD Voltage Setting
J6
SM BUS Connector
J7
PCI VIO Setting
J8
CMOS Setting
J9
AT / ATX Select
2.1.2 Jumper Settings
J1
Setting COM2 RS232 / 422 / 485
Part Number
1653003201
Footprint
JH3X2-2M
Description
PIN HEADER 3*2P 180D (M) 2.0 mm DIP SQUARE WO/Pb
Setting
Function
(1-2)
RS232 (default)
(3-4)
RS422
(5-6)
RS485
J2/J3/J4
Setting COM2 RS232 / 422 / 485
Part Number
1653004101
Footprint
JH4X1V-2M
Description
PIN HEADER 4*1P 180D (M) 2.0 mm DIP WO/Pb
Setting
Function
J2(1) ~ J3(1)
J2(2) ~ J3(2)
J2(3) ~ J3(3)
J2(4) ~ J3(4)
RS232
J3(1) ~ J4(1)
J3(2) ~ J4(2)
J3(3) ~ J4(3)
J3(4) ~ J4(4)
RS422 / RS485
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
10
Part Number
1653003101
Footprint
JH3X1V-2M
Description
PIN HEADER 3*1P 180D (M) 2.0 mm DIP SQUARE WO/Pb
Setting
Function
(1-2)
+5V
(2-3)
+ 3.3 V (Default)
J7
PCI VIO
Part Number
1653003100
Footprint
JH3X1V
Description
PIN HEADER 3*1P 180D (M) 2.54 mm DIP WO/Pb
Setting
Function
(1-2)
+ 5 V (default)
(2-3)
+ 3.3 V
J8
Clear CMOS
Part Number
1653002101
Footprint
JH2X1V-2M
Description
PIN HEADER 2*1P 180D (M) SQUARE 2.0 mm DIP W/O Pb
Setting
Function
(1-2)
Clear CMOS
J9
AT / ATX Select
Part Number
1653003101
Footprint
JH3X1V-2M
Description
PIN HEADER 3*1P 180D (M) 2.0 mm DIP SQUARE WO/Pb
Setting
Function
(1-2)
ATX Power
(2-3)
AT Power
11
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
H/W Installation
Setting LCD Voltage
Chapter 2
J5
2.1.3 Jumper Description
Cards can be configured by setting jumpers. A jumper is a metal bridge used to close
an electric circuit. It consists of two metal pins and a small metal clip (often protected
by a plastic cover) that slides over the pins to connect them. To close a jumper, you
connect the pins with the clip. To open a jumper, you remove the clip. Sometimes a
jumper will have three pins, labeled 1, 2 and 3. In this case you would connect either
pins 1 and 2, or 2 and 3.
The jumper settings are schematically depicted in this manual as follows.
1
2
3
A pair of needle-nose pliers may be helpful when working with jumpers. If you have
any doubts about the best hardware configuration for your application, contact your
local distributor or sales representative before you make any changes.
Warning! To avoid damaging the computer, always turn off the power supply
before setting jumpers to clear CMOS. Before turning on the power supply, set the jumper back to 3.0 V Battery On.
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
12
Chapter 2
2.2 Connectors
2.2.1 Connector List
Label
Function
CN1
VGA D-SUB Connector
COM Port 1, 2
CN3
TV-OUT Connector
CN4
SUB Port 0,1
CN5
PS/2 Mouse/Keyboard Connector
CN6
LAN Connector
CN7
VGA Connector
CN8
Audio Connector
CN9
COM Port 3, 4
H/W Installation
CN2
CN10
IrDA Connector
CN11
USB Port 4, 5
CN12
USB Port 2, 3
CN13
PS/2 Connector
CN14
LVDS Connector
CN15
LCD Back Light Connect
CN16
CD-IN Connector
CN17
TTL LCD Connector or DSTN Connector
CN18
PC104 Connector
CN19
ISA Connector
CN20
EBX POWER Connector
CN21
-5 V & -12 V Connector
CN22
CF Connector
CN23
ATX Connector
CN24
Secondary IDE Connector
CN25
Primary IDE Connector
CN26
Panel Connector
CN27
Floppy Connector
CN28
Print Connector
FAN1,2
FAN Connector
2.2.2 Connector Settings
2.2.2.1 COM port connector (CN2, CN9)
COM is the original, yet still common, name of the serial port interface on IBM PCcompatible computers. The POD-6552 provides four serial ports (COM1, COM3,
COM4: RS-232 and COM2: RS232/RS422/RS485). CN2 supports COM1 and
COM2; CN9 supports COM3, COM4. and J1/J2/J3/J4 is for COM2 RS232/RS422/
RS485 selection.
2.2.2.2 USB connectors (CN4, CN11, CN12)
The board provides up to 6* USB (Universal Serial Bus) ports. This gives complete
Plug and Play, and hot attach/detach for up to 127 external devices. The USB interfaces comply with USB specification Rev. 2.0 which supports 480Mbps transfer rate,
and are fuse protected.
13
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
2.2.2.3 VGA connector (CN7)
The DB15-pin female connector is provided for video monitors.
2.2.2.4 Audio Connector (CN8)
The Audio link is a 2x8 pin connector, the POD-6552 can support speaker-out, LineIN, Line-out with Realtek ALC202, AC97 stereo sound. Detailed pin assignment refer
to Appendix A. AC'97 (short for Audio Codec' 97; also MC' 97, short for Modem
Codec' 97) is Intel Corporation's Audio "Codec" standard developed by the Intel
Architecture Labs in 1997, and used mainly in motherboards, modems, and sound
cards.
2.2.2.5 IR connector (CN10)
This connector supports the optional wireless infrared transmitting and receiving
module. This module mounts on the system case. You must configure the setting
through BIOS setup.
2.2.2.6 PS/2 keyboard and mouse connector (CN13)
PS/2 name comes from the IBM Personal System/2 series of personal computers,
with which it was introduced in 1987. The PS/2 mouse connector generally replaced
the older DE-9 RS-232 "serial mouse" connector, while the keyboard connector
replaced the larger 5-pin DIN used in the IBM PC/AT design.
In most cases, especially in embedded applications, a keyboard is not used. If the
keyboard is not present, the standard PC/AT BIOS will report an error or fail during
power-on selftest (POST) after a reset. The POD-6552’s BIOS standard setup menu
allows you to select "All, But Keyboard"under the "Halt On" selection.
This allows no-keyboard operation in embedded system applications, without the
system halting under POST.
2.2.2.7 LVDS connector (CN14)
Low-voltage differential signaling, or LVDS, is an electrical signaling system that can
run at very high speeds over inexpensive twisted-pair copper cables. LVDS is a differential signaling system, which means that it transmits two different voltages which
are compared at the receiver. LVDS uses this difference in voltage between the two
wires to encode the information.
POD-6552 uses the Intel 852GM to supports single or dual-channel LVDS panels up
to UXGA panel resolution with frequency range from 25 MHz to 112 MHz. Users can
connector to 18-bit LVDS LCD with CN14. In addtion, POD-6552 can support 2 channels (2 x 18-bit) LVDS LCD panel (optional).
2.2.2.8 Inverter Connecter (CN15)
POD-6552 can provide +5 V and +12 V and signal to LCD inverter board via CN15.
2.2.2.9 Audio CD-In Connector (CN16)
CD In cable used to send audio CD sound to the computer's audio chipset via CN16.
2.2.2.10 TTL Panel Connector (CN17)
CN17 is a 40-pin connector for TTL LCD or DSTN. It could connect TTL LCD or
DSTN freely to meet your need.
2.2.2.11 PC-104 connector (CN18)
POD-6552 supports a PC-104 connector. It is intended for industrial embedded computing environments where applications depend on reliable data acquisition.
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
14
2.2.2.14 CF TYPE I/II Connecter (CN26)
CompactFlash (CF) is a mass storage device format used in portable electronic
devices. For storage, CompactFlash typically uses flash memory in a standardized
enclosure.
POD-6552 has s CF slot and it can support CompactFlash card type I/II and it occupies a secondary IDE channel which can be enabled/disabled via the BIOS settings.
2.2.2.15 IDE Connector (CN24_CN25)
The POD-6552 provides two IDE channels so you can attach up to four Enhanced
Integrated Device Electronics hard disk drives or CDROM to the POD-6552’s internal
controller. The POD-6552’s IDE controller uses a PCI interface. This advanced IDE
controller supports faster data transfer, PIO Mode 3 or Mode 4, UDMA 100 mode.
How to connect the hard drive to CN24 or CN25
Connecting drives is done in a daisy-chain fashion. It requires one of two cables (not
included in this package), depending on the drive size. 1.8" and 2.5" drives need a 1
x 44-pin to 2 x 44-pin flat-cable connector. 3.5" drives use a 1 x 44-pin to 2 x 40-pin
connector. Wire number 1 on the cable is red or blue, and the other wires are gray.
1. Connect one end of the cable to CN16. Make sure that the red (or blue) wire
corresponds to pin 1 on the connector, which is labeled on the board (on the
right side).
2. Plug the other end of the cable into the Enhanced IDE hard drive, with pin 1 on
the cable corresponding to pin 1 on the hard drive.
2.2.2.16 Front Panel Connecter (CN26)
CN26 is a 2x7 pin header for front panel. It support reset, power & hard disk indicator.
The function is defined as follow.
HDD LED (Pin 1 & Pin2)
Power LED (Pin 3 & Pin 4)
Suspend LED (Pin 5 & Pin 6)
Lan Active LED (Pin 7 & Pin 8)
Lan Linked LED (Pin 9 & Pin10)
Power Button (Pin 11 & Pin12)
Reset (Pin 13 & Pin14)
2.2.2.17 LPT Connector (CN28)
POD-6552 support a multi-mode (ECP/EPP/SPP) parallel port accessed via CN28
and a 26-pin flat-cable. The parallel port is designated as LPT1, and can be disabled
or changed to LPT2 or LPT3 in the system BIOS setup. The parallel port interrupt
channel is designated to be IRQ7. You can select ECP/EPP DMA channel via BIOS
setup.
15
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
H/W Installation
2.2.2.13 -5 V and -12 V Connector (CN21)
CN20 is secondary power input connector for -5 V and -12 V.
Chapter 2
2.2.2.12 Power connector (CN20)
POD-6552 can support both ATX and AT power supply and it can use different power
cable to do the choice.
1. ATX power supply: you need to use ATX power cable (PN: 1700001112 ATX20P (M) / 12P (F) 10 CM).
2. AT power supply: you need to use AT power cable (PN: 1700006169 AT Power
Cable 6*2P to 10*2P 10 cm).
2.3 Mechanical
2.3.1 Jumper and Connector Location
Floppy
LPT
Secondary IDE
CF Socket
Primary IDE
CMOS Setting
Front Panel
FAN2
PCI VIO
ISA Slot
Power input
PCI Slot
PC/104
USB4/5
TTL/DSTN
USB2/3
LVDS
LVDS Panel
COM3/4
CD-In
FAN1
VGA
IR
Audio
TV-Out
USB1/2
MS/KB
LAN
VGA D-SUB
COM1/2
J3 CN9
CN2
CN5
J2 J4 CN14
CN17 CN13
CN6
CN4
CN15
CN1
CN11 CN12 CN7
CN3
J1
CN8
CN10
CN16
J5
FAN1
CN19
PCI2
PCI1
CN18
CN20
CN21
J7
J9
FAN2
CN26
J8
BT1
J6
CN22
CN24
CN28 CN25
CN27
Figure 2.1 Jumper and Connector Layout (Component Side)
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
16
17
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
H/W Installation
Figure 2.2 Jumper and Connector Layout (Solder Side)
Chapter 2
SO-DIMM
189.51 [7.461]
193.17 [7.605]
197.36 [7.770]
165.62 [6.520]
144.65 [5.695]
148.46 [5.845]
152.22 [5.993]
137.80 [5.425]
138.30 [5.445]
119.38 [4.700]
94.74 [3.730]
69.90 [2.752]
63.75 [2.510]
45.24 [1.781]
46.99 [1.850]
52.07 [2.050]
4.32 [0.170]
0.00 [0.000]
3.05 [0.120]
24.92 [0.981]
2.3.2 Board Dimension
6.34 [0.250]
4.32 [0.170]
0.00 [0.000]
13.46 [0.530]
25.27 [0.995]
30.30 [1.193]
34.16 [1.345]
36.19 [1.425]
39.88 [1.570]
43.31 [1.705]
71.30 [2.807]
83.31 [3.280]
84.20 [3.315]
107.82 [4.245]
110.36 [4.345]
115.44 [4.545]
135.89 [5.350]
193.04 [7.600]
137.80 [5.425]
142.88 [5.625]
52.07 [2.050]
0.00 [0.000]
135.89 [5.350]
140.21 [5.520]
0.00 [0.000]
4.32 [0.170]
197.36 [7.770]
193.17 [7.605]
Figure 2.3 Board Dimension Layout (Component Side)
13.46 [0.530]
95.09 [3.744]
0.00 [0.000]
193.04 [7.600]
100.56 [3.959]
135.89 [5.350]
Figure 2.4 Board Dimension Layout (Solder Side)
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
18
Chapter
3
BIOS Operation
Sections include:
BIOS Introduction
BIOS Setup
3
3.1 BIOS Introduction
AwardBIOS 6.0 is a full-featured BIOS provided by Advantech to deliver superior performance, compatibility, and functionality to industrial PCs and embedded boards. Its
many options and extensions let you customize your products to a wide range of
designs and target markets.
The modular, adaptable AwardBIOS 6.0 supports the broadest range of third-party
peripherals and all popular chipsets, plus Intel, AMD, nVidia, VIA, and compatible
CPUs from 386 through Pentium, AMD Geode, K7 and K8 (including multiple processor platforms), and VIA Eden C3 and C7 CPUs.
You can use Advantech’s utilities to select and install features that suit your needs
and your customers’ needs.
3.2 BIOS Setup
The POD-6552 system has AwardBIOS 6.0 built-in, which includes a CMOS SETUP
utility that allows users to configure settings as required or to activate certain system
features.
The CMOS SETUP saves configuration settings in the CMOS RAM of the motherboard. When the system power is turned off, the onboard battery supplies the necessary power to the CMOS RAM so that settings are retained.
To access the CMOS SETUP screen, press the <Del> button during the power-on
BIOS POST (Power-On Self Test).
CMOS SETUP Navigation and Control Keys
< ↑ >< ↓ >< ← >< → > Move to highlight item
<Enter>
<Esc>
Select Item
Main Menu - Start Quit sequence
Sub Menu - Exit the current page and return to level above
<Page Up/+>
Increase the numeric value or make changes
<Page Down/->
Decrease the numeric value or make changes
<F1>
General help, for Setup Sub Menu
<F2>
Item Help
<F5>
Load Previous Values
<F7>
Load Optimized Defaults
<F10>
Save all CMOS changes
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
20
Press the <Del> key during startup to enter the BIOS CMOS Setup Utility; the Main
Menu will appear on the screen. Use arrow keys to highlight the desired item, and
press <Enter> to accept, or enter the sub-menu.
Chapter 3
3.2.1 Main Menu
BIOS Operation
Standard CMOS Features
This setup page includes all the features for standard CMOS configuration.
Advanced BIOS Features
This setup page includes all the features for advanced BIOS configuration.
Advanced Chipset Features
This setup page includes all the features for advanced chipset configuration.
Integrated Peripherals
This setup page includes all onboard peripheral devices.
Power Management Setup
This setup page includes all the power management items.
PnP/PCI Configurations
This setup page includes PnP OS and PCI device configuration.
PC Health Status
This setup page includes the system auto-detect CPU and system temperature,
voltage, and fan speed.
Frequency/Voltage Control
This setup page includes CPU host clock control, frequency ratio and voltage.
Load Optimized Defaults
This selection loads optimized values for best system performance configuration.
Set Password
Establish, change or disable passwords.
Save & Exit Setup
Save CMOS value settings to CMOS and exit BIOS setup.
Exit Without Saving
Abandon all CMOS value changes and exit BIOS setup.
21
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
3.2.2 Standard CMOS Features
Date
The date format is <weekday>, <month>, <day>, <year>.
Weekday
From Sun to Sat, determined and displayed by BIOS only
Month
From Jan to Dec.
Day
From 1 to 31
Year
From 1999 through 2098
Time
The time format is <hours> : <minutes> : <seconds>, based on 24-hour time.
IDE Primary/Secondary Master/Slave
IDE HDD Auto-Detection - Press "Enter" for automatic device detection.
Drive A / Drive B
The Item identifies the types of floppy disk drive A or drive B
None
No floppy drive installed
360K, 5.25"
5.25 inch PC-type standard drive; 360K byte capacity
1.2M, 5.25"
5.25 inch AT-type high-density drive; 1.2M byte capacity
720K, 3.5"
3.5 inch double-sided drive; 720K byte capacity
1.44M, 3.5"
3.5 inch double-sided drive; 1.44M byte capacity
2.88M, 3.5"
3.5 inch double-sided drive; 2.88M byte capacity
Halt on
This item determines whether the computer will stop if an error is detected during power up.
No Errors
The system boot process will not stop for any error
All Errors
Whenever the BIOS detects a non-fatal error the system boot process will be stopped.
All, But Keyboard The system boot process will not stop for a keyboard error, but will
stop for all other errors. (Default value)
All, But Diskette
The system boot process will not stop for a diskette error, but will
stop for all other errors.
All, But Disk/Key
The system boot process will not stop for a keyboard or disk error,
but will stop for all other errors.
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
22
BIOS Operation
3.2.3 Advanced BIOS Features
Chapter 3
Base Memory
Displays the amount of base (or conventional) memory installed in the system.
Extended Memory
Displays the amount of extended memory (above 1 MB in CPU°Øs memory
address map) installed in the system.
Total Memory
Displays the total system memory size.
CPU Feature
This item allows the user to adjust CPU settings such as CPU ratio, VID and
Thermal, and special features like XD flag.
CPU L1 & L2 Cache [Enabled]
This item allows user to enable CPU L1 & L2 cache.
CPU L3 Cache [Enabled]
This item allows the user to enable/disable CPU L3 cache.
Quick Power On Self Test [Enabled]
This field speeds up the Power-On Self Test (POST) routine by skipping re-testing a second, third and fourth time. The default setting is enabled.
First / Second / Third / Other Boot Drive
Floppy
Select boot device priority by Floppy
Hard Disk
Sets boot priority for the hard disk.
CDROM
Sets boot priority for CDROM.
USB-FDD
Sets boot priority for USB-FDD.
USB-ZIP
Sets boot priority for USB-ZIP.
USB-CDROM
Sets boot priority for USB-CDROM.
LAN
Sets boot priority for LAN.
Disabled
Disables this boot function.
Swap Floppy Drive [Disabled]
This item enables users to swap floppy “A” and “B” identified without change
hardware cable connection.
23
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
Boot Up Floppy Seek [Disabled]
When enabled, the BIOS will seek the floppy “A” drive one time.
Boot Up NumLock Status [Enabled]
This item allows the user to activate the Number Lock key at system boot.
Gate A20 Option [Fast]
This item allows the user to switch on or off A20 control by port 92.
Typematic Rate Setting
This item allows the user to set the two typematic control items.
This field controls the speed of
– Typematic Rate (Chars/Sec)
This item controls the speed at which the system registers auto repeated
keystrokes.
The eight settings are: 6, 8, 10, 12, 15, 20, 24 and 30.
– Typematic Delay (Msec)
This item sets the key press delay time before auto repeat begins. The four
delay rate options are: 250, 500, 750 and 1000.
Security Option [Setup]
System
System requires correct password before booting, and also before
permitting access to the Setup page.
Setup
System will boot, but requires correct password before permitting
access to Setup. (Default value)
APIC Mode
[Enabled]
This item allows the user to enable/disable the Advanced Programmable Interrupt Controller. APIC is implemented in the motherboard and must be supported by the operating system; it extends the number of IRQs available.
MPS Version Control for OS [1.4]
This item sets the operating system multiprocessor support version.
OS Select For DRAM > 64 MB [Non-OS2]
Select OS2 only if the system is running the OS/2 operating system with greater
than 64 MB of RAM on the system.
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
24
The "Advanced Chipset Features" screen controls the configuration of
the board's chipset register settings and performance tuning - the
options on this screen may vary depending on the chipset type. It is
strongly recommended that only technical users make changes to the
default settings.
DRAM Timing Selectable [By SPD]
This item allows the user to set optimal timings for items 2 through 5. The system default setting of “By SPD” follows the SPD information on the ROM chip
and ensures the system runs stably, with optimal performance.
CAS Latency Time [2.5]
This item allows the user to set the timing delay in clock cycles before SDRAM
starts a read command after receiving it.
DRAM RAS# to CAS# Delay [3]
This item allows the user to set the timing of the transition from RAS (row
address strobe) to CAS (column address strobe) as both rows and columns are
separately addressed shortly after the DRAM is refreshed.
DRAM RAS# Precharge [3]
This item allows the user to set the DRAM RAS# precharge timing. The system
default is set to “Auto” to reference the data from the SPD ROM.
Active to Precharge Delay [7]
This item allows the user to adjust memory precharge time.
MGM Core Frequency [Auto Max 266 Mhz]
This item enables users to set the operation speed of internal Graphic Chip
FSB and DRAM , system default is setting to “Auto Max 266 MHz” to reference
value..
System BIOS Cacheable [Enabled]
This item allows the system BIOS to be cached to allow faster execution and
better performance.
Video BIOS Cacheable [Disabled]
This item allows the video BIOS to be cached to allow faster execution and better performance.
25
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
BIOS Operation
Note!
Chapter 3
3.2.4 Advanced Chipset Features
Memory Hole At 15 M-16 M [Disabled]
This item reserves 15 - 16 MB of memory address space for ISA expansion
cards that specifically require the setting. Memory from 15 - 16 MB will be
unavailable to the system because only the expansion cards can access memory in this area.
Delayed Transaction [Enabled]
This items enables users to actives PCI delayed Transaction feature, it can
have better PCI performance and meet PCI 2.1 specifications.
Delay Period to Thermal [16 Min]
This items enables users to select the time period of system detect CPU Thermal, system default is setting to “16 Min” to reference value.
AGP Aperture Size (MB) [64]
This item enables users to select size of system memory to support AGP
graphic usage, system default is setting to “64 MB” to reference value.
On-Chip VGA [Enabled]
This item enables users to Enabled or Disabled On-Chip VGA device, system
default is setting to “Enabled” to reference value.
On-Chip Frame Buffer Size [32 MB]
This item allows the user to adjust the memory buffer for on-chip graphics.
Boot Display [VBIOS Default]
This item allows the user to decide which display mode to use for the boot display.
Panel Type [640 x 480]
This item allows the user to adjust panel resolution.
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
26
The "Integrated Peripherals" screen controls chipset configuration for
IDE, ATA, SATA, USB, AC97, MC97 and Super IO and Sensor devices.
The options on this screen vary depending on the chipset.
OnChip IDE Device
This item enables users to set the OnChip IDE device status, including IDE
devices and setting PIO and DMA access modes. Some chipsets support
newer SATA devices (Serial-ATA).
Onboard Device
This item enables users to set the Onboard Device status, including USB,
AC97, MC97 and LAN devices.
Super IO Device
This item enables users to set the Super IO device status, including Floppy,
COM, LPT, IR and to control GPIO and Power fail status.
Onboard Serial port 1 [3F8]
This item allows the user to adjust serial port 1 address.
27
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
BIOS Operation
Note!
Chapter 3
3.2.5 Integrated Peripherals
Serial port 1 IRQ [IRQ4]
This item allows the user to adjust serial port 1 IRQ.
Onboard Serial port 2 [2F8]
This item allows the user to adjust serial port 2 address.
Serial port 2 IRQ [IRQ3]
This item allows the user to adjust serial port 2 IRQ.
Onboard Serial port 3 [3E8]
This item allows the user to adjust serial port 3 address.
Serial port 3 IRQ [IRQ10]
This item allows the user to adjust serial port 3 IRQ.
Onboard Serial port 4 [2E8]
This item allows the user to adjust serial port 4 address.
Serial port 4 IRQ [IRQ5]
This item allows the user to adjust serial port 4 IRQ.
Onboard Parallel Port [378/IRQ7]
This item allows the user to adjust parallel port address and IRQ.
Parallel Port Mode [Standard]
This item allows the user to adjust parallel port mode.
ECP Mode Use DMA [3]
This item allows the user to adjust the ECP DMA resource.
3.2.6 Power Management Setup
Note!
The "Power Management Setup" screen allows configuration of the system for effective energy savings while still operating in a manner consistent with intended computer use.
ACPI Function [Enabled]
This item defines the ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Management)
feature that makes hardware status information available to the operating system, and communicates to PC and system devices for improved power management.
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
28
S1(POS)
Suspend mode is equivalent to a software power down;
S3(STR)
The system shuts down with the exception of a refresh of electrical
current to system memory.
V/H SYNC+Blank This option will cause the system to turn off vertical and horizontal
synchronization ports and write blanks to the video buffer.
Blank Screen
This option only writes blanks to the video buffer.
DPMS
Initial display power management signaling.
Video Off In Suspend [Yes]
This item allows the user to turn off the video when the system enters suspend
mode.
Suspend Type [Stop Grant]
This item allows the user to determine the suspend type.
Modem Use IRQ [3]
This item allows the user to determine which IRQ the MODEM can use.
Suspend Mode [1 Hour]
This item allows the user to determine the length of time of system inactivity
after which all devices except the CPU will be shut down.
HDD Power Down Mode [15 Min]
This item allows the user to determine the system inactivity time, when the hard
disk drive will be powered down.
Soft-Off by PWR-BTTN [Instant-Off]
This item allows the user to define the power button functions.
Instant-Off
Press the power button to power off instantly.
Delay 4 Sec
Press and hold the power button for 4 sec to power off.
PWRON After PWR-Fail [Former-Sts]
This item allows the user to select recovery after power fail function; this function depends on the chipset.
Power On by LAN [Enabled]
This item allows the user to enable and define how LAN wake the system up
from suspend mode.
Power On by Ring [Enabled]
This item allows the user to enable and define how the system will resume by
activation of the modem ring.
29
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
BIOS Operation
Power Management [Min Saving]
This item allows the user to select the system power saving mode.
– Min Saving - Minimum power management. Suspend Mode=1 hr.
– Max Saving - Maximum power management. Suspend Mode=1 min.
– User Defined - Allows the user to set each mode individually. Suspend
Mode= Disabled, or 1 min ~ 1 hr.
Video Off Method [DPMS]
This item allows the user to determine the manner is which the monitor is
blanked.
Chapter 3
ACPI Suspend Type [S1 (POS)]
This item allows the user to select the sleep state when the computer is in suspend mode.
Resume by Alarm [Disabled]
This item allows the user to enable and key in the date and time to power on the
system
Disabled
Disable this function.
Enabled
Enable alarm function to power on system
Day (of month)
Alarm 1-31
Time (HH:MM:SS)
Alarm (0-23) : (0-59) : 0-59)
3.2.7 PnP/PCI Configurations
Note!
The "PnP/PCI Configurations" screen sets up the IRQ and DMA (both
PnP and PCI bus assignments).
Reset Configuration Data [Disabled]
This item allows the user to clear any PnP configuration data stored in the
BIOS.
Resources Controlled By [Auto (ESCD)]
– IRQ Resources
This item allows you respectively assign an interrupt type for IRQ-3, 4, 5, 7,
9, 10, 11, 12, 14, and 15.
– DMA Resources
This item allows you respectively assign an interrupt type for DMA-0, 1, 2, 3,
4, 5, 6, and 7.
PCI VGA Palette Snoop [Disabled]
The item is designed to solve problems caused by some non-standard VGA
cards. A built-in VGA system does not need this function.
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
30
The "PC Health Status" screen controls the thermal, fan, and voltage
status of the board. The options on this page vary depending on the
chipset.
Shutdown Temperature [60° C/140° F]
This item enables users to set the limitation of CPU temperature, the range is
from 85° C through 100° C.
Current CPU /System Temperature [Show Only]
This item displays current CPU/System temperature.
FAN 1 / FAN2 Speed [Show Only]
This item displays current system FAN(s) speed(s).
3.3 V/ 1.05 V/2.5 V/ 5 V/ 12 V [Show Only]
This item displays current CPU and system voltage.
31
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
BIOS Operation
Note!
Chapter 3
3.2.8 PC Health Status
3.2.9 Frequency/Voltage Control
Note!
The "Frequency/Voltage Control" screen controls the CPU host and PCI
frequency. The options on this page vary depending on the chipset;
items show up according to installed CPU capacities.
Auto Detect PCI Clk [Enabled]
This item enables users to set the PCI Clk either by automatic system detection
or manually.
Spread Spectrum [Disabled]
This item enables users to set the spread spectrum modulation.
CPU Host/SRC/PCI Clock [Default]
This item enables users to set the CPU Host and PCI clock by system automatic detection or by manual
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
32
"Load Optimized Defaults" loads the default system values directly from
ROM. If the stored record created by the setup program should ever
become corrupted (and therefore unusable), select Load Setup Defaults
to have these default values load automatically for the next bootup.
3.2.11 Set Password
Note!
To enable this feature, you should first go to the "Advanced BIOS Features" menu, choose the Security Option, and select either System or
Setup, depending on which aspects you want password protected. System requires a password both to boot the system and to enter Setup.
Setup requires a password only to enter Setup. A password may be at
most 8 characters long.
33
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
BIOS Operation
Note!
Chapter 3
3.2.10 Load Optimized Defaults
To Establish Password
1. Choose the Set Password option from the CMOS Setup Utility Main Menu and
press <Enter>.
2. When you see Enter Password, enter the desired password and press <Enter>.
3. At the Confirm Password prompt, retype the desired password, then press
<Enter>.
4. Select Save to CMOS and exit, type <Y>, then <Enter>.
To Change Password
1. Choose the Set Password option from the CMOS Setup Utility main menu and
press <Enter>.
2. When you see Enter Password, enter the existing password and press <Enter>.
3. You will see the Confirm Password prompt, type it in again, and press <Enter>.
4. Select Set Password again, and at the Enter Password prompt, enter the new
password and press <Enter>.
5. At the Confirm Password prompt, retype the new password, and press <Enter>.
6. Select Save to CMOS and exit, type <Y>, then <Enter>.
To Disable a Password
1. Choose the Set Password option from the CMOS Setup Utility main menu and
press <Enter>.
2. When you see the Enter Password prompt, enter the existing password and
press <Enter>.
3. You will see Confirm Password, type it in again, and press <Enter>.
4. Select Set Password again, and at the Enter Password prompt, DO NOT enter
anything - just press <Enter>.
5. At the Confirm Password prompt, again, DO NOT type in anything - just press
<Enter>.
6. Select Save to CMOS and exit, type <Y>, then <Enter>.
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
34
Typing <Y> will quit the BIOS Setup Utility and save the user setup values to CMOS.
Typing <N> will return to BIOS Setup.
3.2.13 Quit Without Saving
Note!
Typing <Y> will quit the BIOS Setup Utility without saving any changes
to CMOS.
Typing <N> will return to the BIOS Setup Utility.
35
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
BIOS Operation
Note!
Chapter 3
3.2.12 Save & Exit Setup
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
36
Chapter
4
4
S/W Introduction &
Installation
4.1 S/W Introduction
The mission of Advantech Embedded Software Services is to "Enhance quality of life
with Advantech platforms and Microsoft Windows® embedded technology." We
enable Windows® Embedded software products on Advantech platforms to more
effectively support the embedded computing community. Customers are freed from
the hassle of dealing with multiple vendors (Hardware suppliers, System integrators,
Embedded OS distributor) for projects. Our goal is to make Windows® Embedded
Software solutions easily and widely available to the embedded computing community.
4.2
Driver Installation
4.2.1 Windows XP professional
To install the drivers for Windows XP Professional, insert the CD into the CD-Rom, it
will auto-detect the hardware platform and then pop up with the “Embedded Computing Install Wizard” box; just select the drivers that you want to install then click “Install
All Selected Drivers”. Follow the Driver Setup Wizard instructions; click "Next" to
complete the installation.
4.2.2 Other OS
To install the drivers for Other Windows OS or Linux, please browse the CD to run
the setup file under each chipset folder on the CD-ROM.
4.3 SUSI Application Library
4.3.1 SUSI Introduction
To make hardware easier and convenient to access for programmers, Advantech
has released a suite of API (Application Programming Interface) in the form of a program library. The program Library is called Secured and Unified Smart Interface or
SUSI for short.
In modern operating systems, user space applications cannot access hardware
directly. Drivers are required to access hardware. User space applications access
hardware through drivers. Different operating systems usually define different interface for drivers. This means that user space applications call different functions for
hardware access in different operating systems. To provide a uniform interface for
accessing hardware, an abstraction layer is built on top of the drivers and SUSI is
such an abstraction layer. SUSI provides a uniform API for application programmers
to access the hardware functions in different Operating Systems and on different
Advantech hardware platforms.
Application programmers can invoke the functions exported by SUSI instead of calling the drivers directly. The benefit of using SUSI is portability. The same set of API is
defined for different Advantech hardware platforms. Also, the same set of API is
implemented in different Operating Systems including Windows XP and Windows
CE. This user’s manual describes some sample programs and the API in SUSI. The
hardware functions currently supported by SUSI can be grouped into a few categories including Watchdog, I2C, SMBus, GPIO, and VGA control. Each category of API
in SUSI is briefly described below.
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
38
4.3.2.1 The GPIO API
General Purpose Input/Output (GPIO) is a flexible parallel interface that allows a variety of custom connections, and supports digital I/O devices.
4.3.2.2 The I2C API
4.3.2.3 The SMBus API
The System Management Bus (SMBus) is a two-wire interface defined by Intel ? Corporation in 1995. It is based on the same principles of operation of I2C and is used in
personal computers and servers for low-speed system management communications. Nowadays, it can be seen in many types of embedded systems. As with other
API in SUSI, the SMBus API is available on many platforms including Windows XP
and Windows CE.
4.3.2.4 The VGA Control API
There are two kinds of VGA control APIs, backlight on/off control and brightness control. Backlight on/off control allows a developer to turn on or off the backlight, and to
control brightness smoothly.
4.3.2.5 The Watchdog API
A watchdog timer (abbreviated as WDT) is a hardware device which triggers an
action, e.g. rebooting the system, if the system does not reset the timer within a specific period of time. The WDT API in SUSI provides developers with functions such as
starting the timer, resetting the timer, and setting the timeout value if the hardware
requires customized timeout values.
4.3.2.6 The Hardware Monitor API
The hardware monitor (abbreviated as HWM) is a system health supervision capability achieved by placing certain I/O chips along with sensors for inspecting the target
of interests for certain condition indexes, such as fan speed, temperature and voltage
etc.
However, due to the inaccuracy among many commercially available hardware monitoring chips, Advantech has developed a unique scheme for hardware monitoring achieved by using a dedicated micro-processor with algorithms specifically designed
for providing accurate, real-time and reliable data content; helping protect your system in a more reliable manner.
4.3.3 SUSI Installation
SUSI supports many different operating systems. Each subsection below describes
how to install SUSI and related software on a specific operating system. Please refer
to the subsection matching your operating system.
39
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
S/W Introduction & Installation
I2C is a bi-directional two-wire bus that was developed by Philips for use in their televisions in the 1980s and nowadays is used in various types of embedded systems.
The strict timing requirements defined in the I2C protocol has been taken care of by
SUSI. Instead of asking application programmers to figure out the strict timing
requirements in the I2C protocol, the I2C API in SUSI can be used to control I2C
devices by invoking other function calls. SUSI provides a consistent programming
interface for different Advantech boards. That means user programs using SUSI are
portable among different Advantech boards as long as the boards and SUSI provide
the required functionalities. Overall product development times can be greatly
reduced using SUSI.
Chapter 4
4.3.2 SUSI Functions
4.3.3.1 Windows XP
In windows XP, you can install the library, drivers and demo programs onto the platform easily using the installation tool - The SUSI Library Installer. After the installer
has executed, the SUSI Library and related files for Windows XP can be found in the
target installation directory. The files are listed in the following table.
Directory
Contents
\Library
Susi.lib
Library for developing the applications on Windows XP.
Susi.dll
Dynamic library for SUSI on Windows XP.
\Demo
SusiDemo.EXE
Demo program on Windows XP.
Susi.dll
Dynamic library for SUSI on Windows XP.
\Demo\SRC
Source code of the demo program on Windows XP.
The following section illustrates the installation process.
Note!
he version of the SUSI Library Installer shown on each screen shot
below depends on your own particular version.
1. Extract Susi.zip.
2. Double-click the "Setup.exe" file.
The installer searches for a previous installation of the SUSI Library. If it locates one,
a screen shot opens asking whether you want to modify, repair or remove the software. If a previous version is located, please see the section of [Maintenance Setup].
If it is not located, the following screen shot opens. Click Next.
4.3.3.2
Windows CE
In windows CE, there are three ways to install the SUSI Library, you can install it
manually or use Advantech CE-Builder to install the library or just copy the programs
and the library onto a compact flash card.
Express Installation:
You can use Advantech CE-Builder to load the library into the image.
First, you click the My Component tab.
In this tab, you click Add New Category button to add a new category, eg. the
SUSI Library.
Then you can add a new file in this category, and upload the SUSI.dll for this
category.
After these steps, you can select the SUSI Library category you created for
every project.
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
40
4.3.4.1 Sample Programs
The sample programs demonstrate how to incorporate SUSI into your program.
There are sample programs for two categories of operating system, i.e. Windows XP
and Windows CE. The sample programs run in graphics mode in Windows XP and
Windows CE. The sample programs are described in the subsections below.
4.3.4.2 Windows Graphics Mode
There are sample programs of Windows in graphics mode for two categories of operating system, i.e. Windows CE and Windows XP. Each demo application contains an
executable file SusiDemo.exe, a shared library Susi.dll and source code within the
release package. The files of Windows CE and Windows XP are not compatible with
each other.
SusiDemo.exe is an executable file and it requires the shared library, Susi.dll, to
demonstrate the SUSI functions. The source code of SusiDemo.exe also has two
versions, i.e. Windows CE and Windows XP, and must be compiled under Microsoft
Visual C++ 6.0 on Windows XP or under Microsoft Embedded Visual C++ 4.0 on
Windows CE. Developers must add the header file Susi.h and library Susi.lib to their
own projects when they want to develop something with SUSI.
41
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
S/W Introduction & Installation
4.3.4 SUSI Sample Programs
Chapter 4
Manual Installation:
You can add the SUSI Library into the image by editing any bib file.
First you open project.bib in the platform builder.
Add this line to the MODULES section of project.bib
Susi.dll $(_FLATRELEASEDIR)\Susi.dll
NK SH
If you want to run the window-based demo, add following line:
SusiTest.exe $(_FLATRELEASEDIR)\SusiTest.exe
If you want to run the console-based demo, add following lines:
Watchdog.exe $(_FLATRELEASEDIR)\Watchdog.exe
NK S
GPIO.exe
$(_FLATRELEASEDIR)\GPIO.exe
NK S
SMBUS.exe
$(_FLATRELEASEDIR)\SMBUS.exe
NK S
Place the three files into any files directory.
Build your new Windows CE operating system.
4.3.4.3 SusiDemo.exe
The SusiDemo.exe test application is an application which uses all functions of the
SUSI Library. It has five major function blocks: Watchdog, GPIO, SMBus, I2C and
VGA control. The following screen shot appears when you execute SusiDemo.exe.
You can click function tabs to select test functions respectively. Some function tabs
will not show on the test application if your platform does not support such functions.
For a complete support list, please refer to Appendix A. We describe the steps to test
all functions of this application.
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
42
Chapter 4
4.3.4.4 GPIO
43
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
S/W Introduction & Installation
When the application is executed, it will display GPIO information in the GPIO
INFORMATION group box. It displays the number of input pins and output pins. You
can click the radio button to choose to test either the single pin function or multiple
pin functions. The GPIO pin assignments of the supported platforms are located in
Appendix B.
Test Read Single Input Pin
– Click the radio button- Single-Pin.
– Key in the pin number to read the value of the input pin. The Pin number
starts from '0'.
– Click the READ GPIO DATA button and the status of the GPIO pin will be displayed in (R/W) Result field.
Test Read Multiple Input Pin
– Click the radio button- Multiple-Pins.
– Key in the pin number from ‘0x01’ to ‘0x0F’ to read the value of the input pin.
The pin numbers are ordered bitwise, i.e. bit 0 stands for GPIO 0, bit 1 stands
for GPIO 1, etc. For example, if you want to read pin 0, 1, and 3, the pin numbers should be ‘0x0B’.
– Click READ GPIO DATA button and the statuses of the GPIO pins will be displayed in (R/W) Result field.
Test Write Single Output Pin
– Click the radio button- Single-Pin.
– Key in the pin numbers you want to write. Pin numbers start from '0'.
– Key in the value either '0' or '1' in (R/W) Result field to write the output pin you
chose above step.
– Click the WRITE GPIO DATA button to write the GPIO output pin.
Test Write Multiple Output Pins
– Click the radio button- Multiple-Pins.
– Key in the pin number from ‘0x01’ to ‘0x0F’ to choose the multiple pin numbers to write the value of the output pin. The pin numbers are ordered bitwise, i.e. bit 0 stands for GPIO 0, bit 1 stands for GPIO 1, etc. For example, if
you want to write pin 0, 1, and 3, the pin numbers should be ‘0x0B’.
– Key in the value in (R/W) Result field from ‘0x01’ to ‘0x0F’ to write the value
of the output pin. The pin numbers are ordered bitwise, i.e. bit 0 stands for
GPIO 0, bit 1 stands for GPIO 1, etc. For example, if you want to set pin 0
and 1 high, 3 to low, the pin number should be ‘0x0B’, and then you should
key in the value ‘0x0A’ to write.
– Click the WRITE GPIO DATA button to write the GPIO output pins.
4.3.4.5 I2C
When the application is executed, you can read or write a byte of data through I2C
devices. All data must be read or written in hexadecimal system.
Read a byte
– Key in the slave device address in Slave address field.
– Key in the register offset in Register Offset field.
– Click the READ A BYTE button and then a byte of data from the device will
be shown on the Result field.
Write a byte
– Key in the slave device address in Slave address field.
– Key in the register offset in Register Offset field.
– Key in the desirous of data in Result field to write to the device.
– Click the WRITE A BYTE button and then the data will be written to the
device through I2C.
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
44
Chapter 4
4.3.4.6 SMBus
45
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
S/W Introduction & Installation
When the application has executed, you can click the radio button to choose to test
each access mode, i.e. Access a byte, Access multiple bytes and Access a word. All
data must be read or written in hexadecimal except the numbers for radio button:
Access multiple bytes mode must be written in decimal. You can test the functionalities of the watchdog as follows:
Read a byte
– Click the radio button- Access a byte.
– Key in the slave device address in the Slave address field.
– Key in the register offset in the Register Offset field.
– Click the READ SMBus DATA button and a byte of data from the device will
be shown on the Result field.
Write a byte
– Click the radio button- Access a byte.
– Key in the slave device address in Slave address field.
– Key in the register offset in Register Offset field.
– Key the desired data in the Result field to write to the device.
– Click the WRITE SMBus DATA button and then the data will be written to the
device through SMBus.
Read a word
– Click the radio button- Access a word.
– Key in the slave device address in the Slave address field.
– Key in the register offset in the Register Offset field.
– Click the READ SMBus DATA button and then a word of data from the device
will be shown on the Result field.
Write a word
– Click the radio button- Access a word.
– Key in the slave device address in the Slave address field.
– Key in the register offset in the Register Offset field.
– Key in the desired data, such as 0x1234, in the Result field to write to the
device.
– Click the WRITE SMBus DATA button and the data will be written to the
device through the SMBus.
Read Multiple bytes
– Click the radio button- Access multiple bytes.
– Key in the slave device address in the Slave address field.
– Key in the register offset in the Register Offset field.
– Key in the desired number of bytes, such as 3, in the right side field of radio
button- Access multiple bytes. The number must be written in decimal.
– Click the READ SMBus DATA button and then all data from the device will be
divided from each other by commas and be shown in the Result field.
Write Multiple bytes
– Click the radio button- Access multiple bytes.
– Key in the slave device address in the Slave address field.
– Key in the register offset in the Register Offset field.
– Key in the desired number of bytes, such as 3, in the right side field of the
radio button- Access multiple bytes. The number must be written in decimal.
– Key in all the desired data in the Result field in hexadecimal format, divided
by commas, for example, 0x50,0x60,0x7A.
– Click the WRITE SMBus DATA button and all of the data will be written to the
device through the SMBus.
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
46
Chapter 4
4.3.4.7 VGA Control
47
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
S/W Introduction & Installation
When the application is executed, it will display two blocks of VGA control functions.
The application can turn on or turn off the screen shot freely, and it also can tune the
brightness of the panels if your platform is being supported. You can test the functionalities of VGA control as follows:
Screen on/off control
– Click the radio button ON or push the key F11 to turn on the panel screen.
– Click the radio button OFF or push the key F12 to turn off the panel screen.
– The display chip of your platform must be in the support list in Appendix A, or
this function cannot work.
Brightness control
– Move the slider in increments, using either the mouse or the direction keys,
or click the UP button to increase the brightness.
– Move the slider in decrements, using either the mouse or the direction keys,
or click the DOWN button to decrease the brightness.
4.3.4.8 Watchdog
When the application is executed, it will display watchdog information in the WATCHDOG INFORMATION group box. It displays max timeout, min timeout, and timeout
steps in milliseconds. For example, a 1~255 seconds watchdog will has 255000 max
timeout, 1000 min timeout, and 1000 timeout steps. You can test the functionality of
the watchdog as follows:
Set the timeout value 3000 (3 sec.) in the SET TIMEOUT field and set the delay
value 2000 (2 sec.) in the SET DELAY field, then click the START button. The
Timeout Countdown field will countdown the watchdog timer and display 5000
(5 sec.).
Before the timer counts down to zero, you can reset the timer by clicking the
REFRESH button. After you click this button, the Timeout Countdown field will
display the value of the SET TIMEOUT field.
If you want to stop the watchdog timer, you just click the STOP button.
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
48
Chapter 4
4.3.4.9 Hardware Monitor
49
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
S/W Introduction & Installation
When the Monitor application is executed by clicking the button, hardware monitoring
data values will be displayed. If certain data values are not supported by the platform,
the correspondent data field will be grayed-out with a value of 0.
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
50
Chapter
5
Extension I/O
Installation
5
5.1 PC-104
Aim the pin connector to the footprint
and apply force evenly.
after apply force to the IPC connector.
the footprint of the module / CPU board
need to be inserted correctly.
After apply force to the connector .
the footprint of the modle / CPU board
need to be inserted correctly.
5.2 PCI Riser Card
PCI Card
Aim the pin to the footprint and apply
force evenly
Backplane
After apply force to the PCI card,
the footprint of PCI card need to be inserted correctly.
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
52
Appendix
A
A
Pin Assignments
A.1 CN2: COM port 1/2 D-Sub Connector
CN2
COM port 1/2 Connector
Part Number
1654409101
Footprint
DB9D-VM7MX2
Description
D-SUB Conn. 18P DUAL PORT 90D(M) DIP
Pin
RS232
RS232
RS422
RS485
1
DCD
DCD
TXD-
DATA-
2
SINA
SINA
TXD+
DATA+
3
SOUT
SOUT
RXD+
NC
4
DTR
DTR
RXD-
NC
5
GND
GND
GND
GND
6
DSR
DSR
NC
NC
7
RTS
RTS
NC
NC
8
CTS
CTS
NC
NC
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
54
CN7
VAG Connector
Part Number
1653208260
Footprint
BH8X2SV
Description
Box HEADER 8*2P 180D (M) 2.00 mm
Pin
Pin Name
Signal Type
1
DAC_L_R
O
2
VCC_5V_CRT
PWR
3
DAC_L_G
O
4
GND
GND
5
DAC_L_B
O
6
NC
7
NC
8
CRTDDC_L_D
I/O
9
GND
GND
10
DAC_L_HSYNC
O
11
GND
GND
12
DAC_L_VSYNC
O
13
GND
GND
14
CRTDDC_L_C
I/O
15
VGA_ALW
GND
16
NC
55
Signal Level
+5V
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
Appendix A Pin Assignments
A.2 CN7: VGA Connecter
A.3 CN8: Audio Connecter
CN8
Audio Connecter
Part Number
1653208201
Footprint
BH8X2DV-2M
Description
BOX HEADER 8*2P 180D (M) 2.00 mm
Pin
Pin Name
Signal Type
Signal Level
1
Speaker Out R+
OUT
+V5
2
Speaker Out R-
OUT
+V5
3
Speaker Out L+
OUT
+V5
4
Speaker Out L-
OUT
+V5
5
HPOUTR
OUT
6
HPOUTL
OUT
7
AGND
GND
8
AGND
GND
9
Line In Right
IN
10
Line In Left
IN
11
AGND
GND
12
AGND
GND
13
NC
14
MIC2 In
IN
15
MIC1 In
IN
16
AGND
GND
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
56
CN9
COM3/4 Connector
Part Number
1653210260
Footprint
BH10X2SV
Description
BOX HEADER 10*2P 180D (M) 2.0 mm SMD W/O Pb
Pin
Pin Name
Signal Type
1
DCDC#
IN
2
DSRC#
IN
3
SINC
IN
4
RTSC#
I/O
5
SOUTC
OUT
6
CTSC#
IN
7
DTRC#
I/O
8
RIC#
IN
9
GND
10
GND
11
DCDD#
IN
12
DSRD#
IN
13
SIND
IN
14
RTSD#
I/O
15
SOUTD
OUT
16
CTSD#
IN
17
DTRD#
I/O
18
RID#
IN
19
GND
20
GND
57
Signal Level
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
Appendix A Pin Assignments
A.4 CN9: COM3/4 Connecter
A.5 CN10: IrDA Connecter
CN10
IrDA Connecter
Part Number
1655305020
Footprint
WHL5V-2M
Description
WAFER BOX 2.0 mm 5P 180D MALE W/LOCK
Pin
Pin Name
Signal Type
Signal Level
1
VCC_5V_SIR
PWR
+5V
2
NC
3
IRRX
IN
+5V
4
GND
GND
5
IRTX
OUT
+5V
A.6 CN11: USB4/5 Connector
CN11
USB4/5 Connector
Part Number
1653205261
Footprint
HD_5x2P_79_BOX_N10
Description
PIN HEADER 5x2P 180D (M) 2.0 mm SMD IDIOT-PROOF
Pin
Pin Name
Signal Type
Signal Level
1
VCC5_USB45
PWR
+5V
2
VCC5_USB45
PWR
+5V
3
C_USB_PN4
I/O
4
C_USB_PN5
I/O
5
C_USB_PP4
I/O
6
C_USB_PP5
I/O
7
GND
8
GND
9
GND
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
58
CN12
USB2/3 Connector
Part Number
1653205261
Footprint
HD_5x2P_79_BOX_N10
Description
PIN HEADER 5x2P 180D (M) 2.0 mm SMD IDIOT-PROOF
Pin
Pin Name
Signal Type
Signal Level
1
VCC5_USB23
PWR
+5V
2
VCC5_USB23
PWR
+5V
3
C_USB_PN2
I/O
4
C_USB_PN3
I/O
5
C_USB_PP2
I/O
6
C_USB_PP3
I/O
7
GND
8
GND
9
GND
A.8 CN13: PS2 Connecter
CN13
PS2 Connecter
Part Number
1655306020
Footprint
WHL6V-2M
Description
WAFER BOX 2.0 mm 6P 180D (M) W/LOCK
Pin
Pin Name
Signal Type
Signal Level
1
KCK
IN
+5V
2
KDT
IN
+5V
3
MCK
IN
+5V
4
GND
5
KBVCC
PWR
+5V
6
MDT
IN
+5V
59
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
Appendix A Pin Assignments
A.7 CN12: USB2/3 Connector
A.9 CN14: LVDS Connecter
CN14
LVDS Connecter
Part Number
1653910261
Footprint
SPH20X2A
Description
*CONN. SMD 10*2P 180D (M) DF13-20DP-1.25V
Pin
Pin Name
Signal Type
Signal Level
1
VCC_LCD
PWR
+5V/+3.3V
2
VCC_LCD
PWR
+5V/+3.3V
3
GND
4
GND
5
LVDS0_N0
OUT
LVDS
6
LVDS0_P0
OUT
LVDS
7
GND
8
LVDS0_N1
OUT
LVDS
9
LVDS0_P1
OUT
LVDS
10
GND
11
LVDS0_N2
OUT
LVDS
12
LVDS0_P2
OUT
LVDS
13
GND
14
LVDS0_C0N
15
LVDS0_C0P
16
GND
17
LVDS0_N3
18
LVDS1_N2
19
GND
20
GND
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
60
CN15
Inverter Connecter
Part Number
1655305020
Footprint
WHL5V-2M
Description
WAFER BOX 2.0mm 5P 180D MALE W/LOCK
Pin
Pin Name
Signal Type
Signal Level
1
VCC_INV_L
PWR
+12V
2
GND
GND
3
LVDS_A_BKLTEN
OUT
+3.3V
4
VBR
OD
+3.3V
5
VCC_5V_L
PWR
+5V
A.11 CN16: CD in Connecter
CN16
CD In Connecter
Part Number
1655304020
Footprint
WF_4P_79_BOX_R1_D
Description
WAFER BOX 2.0 mm 4P 180D (M) W/LOCK A2001WV2-4P
Pin
Pin Name
1
CD_R
IN
2
CDGND
GND
3
CDGND
GND
4
CD_L
IN
Signal Type
61
Signal Level
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
Appendix A Pin Assignments
A.10 CN15: Inverter Connecter
A.12 CN17: TTL Connecter
CN17
TTL Connecter
Part Number
1653920200
Footprint
SPH20X2
Description
CONN. 20*2P 90D 1.25Mmm SMD WO/PB DF13-40DP-1.25V HRS
Pin
Pin Name
Signal Type
Signal Level
1
VCC_LCD
PWR
+5V/+3.3V
2
VCC_LCD
PWR
+5V/+3.3V
3
GND
4
GND
5
VCC_LCD
PWR
+5V/+3.3V
6
VCC_LCD
PWR
+5V/+3.3V
7
DSTN_Vcon
8
GND
9
LD0
OUT
TTL
10
UD0
OUT
TTL
11
LD1
OUT
TTL
12
UD1
OUT
TTL
13
LD2
OUT
TTL
14
UD2
OUT
TTL
15
LD3
OUT
TTL
16
UD3
OUT
TTL
17
LD4
OUT
TTL
18
UD4
OUT
TTL
19
LD5
OUT
TTL
20
UD5
OUT
TTL
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
62
LD6
OUT
TTL
22
UD6
OUT
TTL
23
LD7
OUT
TTL
24
UD7
OUT
TTL
25
LD8
OUT
TTL
26
UD8
OUT
TTL
27
LD9
OUT
TTL
28
UD9
OUT
TTL
29
LD10
OUT
TTL
30
UD10
OUT
TTL
31
LD11
OUT
TTL
32
UD11
OUT
TTL
33
GND
34
GND
35
SHCLK
OUT
TTL
36
FLM
OUT
TTL
37
M/DE
38
LOAD
OUT
TTL
39
NA
40
ENVEE
OUT
63
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
Appendix A Pin Assignments
21
A.13 CN20: Power Connecter
CN5
Power Connecter
Part Number
1655412090
Footprint
ATXCON-2X6V-42
Description
Power CONN.6*2P 180D (M) DIP W/Fixed Lock
Pin
Pin Name
1
GND
GND
2
+5V
PWR
+5V
3
+5V
PWR
+5V
4
GND
GND
5
+5V
PWR
+5V
6
+5V
PWR
+5V
7
GND
GND
8
GND
GND
9
+5VSB
PWR
+5V
10
PSON#
IN
+3.3V
11
GND
GND
12
+12V
PWR
Signal Type
Signal Level
+12V
A.14 CN21: -V5 and -V12 Connecter
CN21
-5V&-12V Connecter
Part Number
1655303020
Footprint
WHL3V-2M
Description
WAFER BOX 2.0mm 3P 180D w/LOCK
Pin
Pin Name
Signal Type
Signal Level
1
VCC5N
PWR
-5V
2
GND
3
V12N
PWR
-12V
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
64
CN26
HDD LED and POWER LED
Part Number
1653007260
Footprint
BH7X2SV
Description
PIN HEADER SMD 2*7P 180D (M) P=2.0 mm
Pin
Pin Name
Signal Type
Signal Level
1
HDLEDA#
PWR
5V
2
HDD_LEDC#
I/O
3
LED_POWER
PWR
4
GND
5
SUSLED
6
GND
5V
I/O
7
LEDP_ACT
PWR
8
ACTLED
IN
9
LEDP_LNK
PWR
10
LINKLED
IN
11
FP_PSIN
OUT
12
GND
13
GND
14
MASTER_RESET#
3.3V
3.3V
3.3V
OUT
65
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
Appendix A Pin Assignments
A.15 CN26: Panel Connector
A.16 CN28: LPT Connecter
CN28
LPT Connecter
Part Number
1653213204
Footprint
BH13X2DV-2M
Description
BOX HEADER 13*2P 180D (M) 2.0 mm DIP WO/PB
Pin
Pin Name (LPT)
1
PPT_STB#
2
PPT_AFD#
3
PPT_PD0
4
PPT_ERR#
5
PPT_PD1
6
PPT_INIT#
7
PPT_PD2
8
PPT_SLIN#
9
PPT_PD3
10
GND
11
PPT_PD4
12
GND
13
PPT_PD5
14
GND
15
PPT_PD6
16
GND
17
PPT_PD7
18
GND
19
PPT_ACK#
20
GND
21
PPT_BUSY
22
GND
23
PPT_PE
24
GND
25
PPT_SLCT
26
NC
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
Signal Level
66
FAN1/2
FAN Connector
Part Number
1655303020
Footprint
WHL3V-2M
Description
WAFER BOX 2.0 mm 3P 180D w/LOCK
Pin
Pin Name
Signal Type
1
FAN_DET
OUT
2
VCC_FAN
PWR
3
GND
Signal Level
5V
A.18 CN24/25: IDE Connecter
CN24/25
IDE Connecter
Part Number
1653222262
Footprint
BH22X2SV
Description
BOX HEADER SMD 22*2P 180D (M) 2.00 mm IDIOT-PROOF
Pin
Pin Name
Signal Type
Signal Level
1
RESET#
Out
+5V
2
GND
GND
3
DD7
I/O
+5V
4
DD8
I/O
+3.3V
5
DD6
I/O
+5V
6
DD9
I/O
+5V
7
DD5
I/O
+5V
8
DD10
I/O
+5V
67
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
Appendix A Pin Assignments
A.17 FAN1/2: FAN Connector
9
DD4
I/O
+5V
10
DD11
I/O
+5V
11
DD3
I/O
+5V
12
DD12
I/O
+5V
13
DD2
I/O
+5V
14
DD13
I/O
+5V
15
DD1
I/O
+5V
16
DD14
I/O
+5V
17
DD0
I/O
+5V
18
DD15
I/O
+5V
19
GND
GND
21
DMARQ
Out
22
GND
GND
23
DIOW#
Out
24
GND
GND
25
DIOR#
Out
26
GND
GND
27
IORDY
Out
+5V
28
CSEL
Out
+5V
29
DMACK#
Out
+5V
30
GND
GND
31
INTRQ
In
+5V
32
NC
+5V
+5V
+5V
33
DA1
In
+5V
34
PDIAG#
In
+5V
35
DA0
In
+5V
36
DA2
In
+5V
37
CS#1
Out
+5V
38
CS#3
Out
+5V
39
DASP#
Out
+5V
40
GND
GND
41
VCC5
PWR
+5V
42
VCC5
PWR
+5V
43
GND
44
NA
A.19 CN18: PC104 Connecter
CN18
PC-104 Connector
Part Number
165313222A, 165312022A
Footprint
PCI-PLUS
Description
PCB SKT 32*2 180D(F)H=11.54
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
68
CN22
CF TYPEII Connecter
Part Number
1653003278
Footprint
COMPACK-T12
Description
CF 50P 90D(M)SMD TypeII N7E50-H516CES70004-DY
Pin
Pin Name
Signal Type
1
GND
GND
2
IDE_SDD3
I/O
+5V
3
IDE_SDD4
I/O
+5V
4
IDE_SDD5
I/O
+5V
5
IDE_SDD6
I/O
+5V
6
IDE_SDD7
I/O
+5V
7
IDE_SDCS#1
OUT
8
GND
GND
9
GND
GND
10
GND
GND
11
GND
GND
12
GND
GND
13
+5V
PWR
14
GND
GND
15
GND
GND
16
GND
GND
17
GND
GND
18
IDE_SDA2
IN
+5V
19
IDE_SDA1
IN
+5V
20
IDE_SDA0
IN
+5V
21
IDE_SDD0
I/O
+5V
22
IDE_SDD1
I/O
+5V
23
IDE_SDD2
I/O
+5V
24
NC
25
GND
26
NC
Signal Level
+5V
GND
27
IDE_SDD11
I/O
+5V
28
IDE_SDD12
I/O
+5V
29
IDE_SDD13
I/O
+5V
30
IDE_SDD14
I/O
+5V
31
IDE_SDD15
I/O
+5V
32
IDE_SDCS#3
OUT
+5V
33
NC
34
IDE_SDIOR#
OUT
+5V
35
IDE_SDIOW#
OUT
+5V
36
IDE_WE#
OUT
+5V
37
IDE_IRQ
IN
+5V
38
+5V
PWR
+5V
39
CF_CSEL#
OUT
GND
69
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
Appendix A Pin Assignments
A.20 CN22: CF TYPEII Connecter
40
NC
41
RESET#
OUT
+5V
42
IDE_SDIORDY
OUT
+5V
43
IDE_SDDREQ
OUT
+5V
44
IDE_SDDACK#
OUT
+5V
45
IDE_SDACTIVE#
I/O
+5V
46
IDE_SATADET
IN
+5V
47
IDE_SDD8
I/O
+5V
48
IDE_SDD9
I/O
+5V
49
IDE_SDD10
I/O
+5V
50
GND
A.21 DIMM1: DDR SODIMM Socket
DIMM1
DDR SODIMM Socket
Part Number
16515A0995
Footprint
DDR-SODIMM-STD65
Description
SKT DIMM 200P DDR 0.6 mm H=5.2 mm SMD WO/Pb
A.22 PCI1/2: PCI Connector
PCI1/2
PCI Connector
Part Number
16542C0200
Footprint
PCI-SL
Description
SLOT 60*2P 180D (F) DIP WO/Pb
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
70
Appendix
B
B
Optional Extras for the
POD-6552
The POD-6552 requires several cables for normal operation. You can make them
yourself or purchase an optional cable kit assembly, which includes the following.
B.1 PCM-10586-6552E Cable kit for POD-6552 A2
Part No.
Cable Description
POD-6552
Connector
Terminating Connector
1700000101
USB Cable
CN11, 12
10P 2.0 mm/USB 60 cm
1700001166
COM3, 4 Cable
CN9
20P 2.0 mm
1700001296
VGA Cable
CN7
15P to 16P 2.0 mm D-SUB L: 15 cm
1700160160
Audio Cable
CN8
16Pin (2.0 mm) L: 16 cm
1700260250
Parallel Port
CN28
25P to 26P 2.0 mm L: 25 cm
1701340603
Floppy Cable
CN27
34P FC34/34/Housing 34 Idiot-Proof L:
60 cm
1701440350
HDD Cable
CN24, 25
44P Gray IDC44P/IDC44P/IDC44P L: 35
cm
1701440500
HDD Cable
CN24, 25
40P Gray IDC40P/40P/Housing 44P L: 50
cm
1703080101
Power Cable
CN20
Wire 7P/Big 4P*2 L: 10 cm
1703060053
PS/2 KB & MOUSE CN13
6P (MINI-DIN)-6P (Wafer 2.0 mm) L: 5
cm
1700060202
PS/2 KB & MOUSE
6P-6P-6P L: 20 cm
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
72
Appendix
C
Watchdog Timer
C
C.1 Watchdog Timer
;The SCH3114/SCH3106 Runtime base I/O address is 800h
;Setting WatchDog time value location at offset 66h
;If set value "0", it is mean disable WatchDog function.
Superio_GPIO_Port = 800h
mov dx,Superio_GPIO_Port + 66h
mov al,00h
out dx,al
.model small
.486p
.stack 256
.data
SCH3114_IO EQU 800h
.code
org 100h
.STARTup
;====================================================
;47H
;enable WDT function bit [3:2]=11
;====================================================
mov dx,SCH3114_IO + 47h
mov al,0ch
out dx,al
;====================================================
;65H
;bit [1:0]=Reserved
;bit [6:2]Reserve=00000
;bit [7] WDT time-out Value Units Select
;Minutes=0 (default) Seconds=1
;====================================================
mov dx,SCH3114_IO + 65h ;
mov al,080h
out dx,al
;====================================================
;66H
;WDT timer time-out value
;bit[7:0]=0~255
;====================================================
mov dx,SCH3114_IO + 66h
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
74
;====================================================
;bit[0] status bit R/W
;WD timeout occurred =1
;WD timer counting = 0
;====================================================
mov dx,SCH3114_IO + 68h
mov al,01h
out dx,al
.exit
END
75
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
Appendix C Watchdog Timer
mov al,01h
out dx,al
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
76
Appendix
D
D
System Assignment
D.1 System I/O Ports
Table D.1: System I/O Ports
Addr. Range (Hex)
Device
00®C0F
Master DMA Controller
20®C21F
Master Interrupt Controller
2E®C2F
Configuration Index/Data
40®C5F
Timer/Counter
60®C6F
Keyboard Controller
60h
KBC Data
61h
Misc Funtions & Spkr Ctrl
64h
KBC Command/Status
70-77
RTC/COMS/NMI-Disable
78-7F
-available for system use-
80
-reserved-(debug port)
81-8F
DMA Page Registers
90-91
-available for system use-
92
System Control
93-9F
-available for system use-
A0-A1H
Slave Interrupt Controller
C0-DF
Slave DMA Controller
E0-FF
-available for system use-
100-1EF
-available for system use-
170-178
Secondary IDE Control
1F0-1F8
Primary IDE Control
200-20F
Game Port
2E8-2EF
COM4
2E0-2E7
COM2
378-37F
Parallel Port(standard & AFF)
3C0-3CF
EGA
3D0-2DF
VGA
3E8-3EF
COM3
3F0-2F7
Floppy Controller
3F8-3FF
COM1
778-77A
Parallel Port(ECP Extensions)(Port 378+400)
870-871
Hardware Monitor
800h-87Fh
Super IO runtime register
CF8-CFB
PCI Configuration Address
CFC-CFF
PCI Configuration Data
D00-FFFF
-available for system use-
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
78
Appendix D System Assignment
D.2 1st MB memory map
Table D.2: 1st MB memory map
Addr. Range (Hex)
Device
F0000h-FFFFFh
System ROM
D0000h-EFFFFh
Unused(reserved for Ethernet ROM)
C0000h-CFFFFh
Expansion ROM(for VGA BIOS)
B8000h-BFFFFh
CGA/EGA/VGA text
B0000h-B7FFFH
Unused
A0000h-AFFFFh
EGA/VGA graphics
00000h-9FFFFh
Base memory
D.3 DMA channel assignments
Table D.3: DMA channel assignments
Channel
Function
0
Available
1
Available (audio)
2
Floppy disk (8-bit transfer)
3
Available (parallel port)
4
Cascade for DMA controller 1
5
Available
6
Available
7
Available
79
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
D.4 Interrupt assignments
Table D.4: Interrupt assignments
Interrupt#
Interrupt source
IRQ0
Interval timer
IRQ1
Keyboard
IRQ2
Interrupt from controller 2 (cascade)
IRQ3
COM2
IRQ4
COM1
IRQ5
COM4
IRQ6
FDD
IRQ7
LPT1
IRQ8
RTC
IRQ9
Reserved(audio)
IRQ10
COM3
IRQ11
Reserved for watchdog timer
IRQ12
PS/2 Mouse
IRQ13
INT from Co-processor
IRQ14
Primary IDE
IRQ15
Secondary IDE for CFC
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
80
Appendix
E
Electrical
Specifications
E
E.1 Input Power
This chapter describes how to choose a suitable power supply for this board. The
guideling is as follows.
E.1.1 Power Supply Selection
The power supply which we select should have over-current protection and the overcurrent protection value of the power supply must meet 1.5 ~ 2 times of the total
power consumption.
E.1.2 Power Requirement of Power Supply
When trying to find a suitable power supply, consider not only this board power consumption but you also need to consider the total system power requirements. The
power requirement is based on system configuration. For example, total power
requirement = CPU board + peripheral (USB) + system device (IDE, SATA HD) + add
on card.
E.1.3 Rising Time
1.
ATX: Power Rising Time (T=0.1 mS ~ 20 mS)
2.
AT: Power Rising Time (T=5 mS ~ 15 mS)
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
82
Appendix E Electrical Specifications
POD-6552 A2 User Manual
83
www.advantech.com
Please verify specifications before quoting. This guide is intended for reference
purposes only.
All product specifications are subject to change without notice.
No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means,
electronic, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without prior written permission of the publisher.
All brand and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their
respective companies.
© Advantech Co., Ltd. 2009