CPCI-6200 Quick Start Guide (September 2014)

CPCI-6200 Quick Start Guide (September 2014)
4 Configure the CPCI-6200
CPCI-6200
Quick Start Guide
P/N:6806800J85B (September 2014)
1 What’s in the box?
Make sure you receive all items of your shipment:
• One CPCI-6200 baseboard
• One printed copy of Quick Start Guide (this
document)
• Optional items that were ordered
• One printed Safety Notes Summary
When installing or servicing the module
or accessories, strictly observe the safety
precautions in the Safety Notes. Otherwise, personal injury or property damage
may occur.
2 Check the installation
environment
The environmental conditions must be tested
and proven in the used system configuration.
These conditions refer to the surroundings of
the board within the user environment.
For information on the operating requirements, see the CPCI-6200 Installation and Use
manual.
3 Install a PMC module
1. Attach an ESD strap to your wrist, and then
attach the other end of the ESD strap to the
chassis as a ground. The ESD strap must be
secured to your wrist and to ground throughout the procedure.
2. Lay the CPCI-6200 on an ESD table, with connectors J1 through J5 facing you.
3. Remove the PMC filler plate from the front
panel of the CPCI-6200.
4. Make sure that hole on the PMC matches the
voltage key on CPCI-6200. Do not remove the
PMC voltage key.
Note: CPCI-6200 only supports 3.3 V I/O PMC
modules.
5. Slide the edge connector of the PMC module
into the front panel opening from behind, and
then place the PMC module on top of the baseboard.
The four connectors on the underside of the
PMC module should then connect smoothly
with the corresponding connectors (J11/12/
13/14) or (J21/22/23/24) on CPCI-6200.
6. Insert the four short Phillips screws, provided
with the PMC, through the holes on the bottom
side of CPCI-6200 and into the PMC front bezel
and rear standoffs, and then tighten the
screws.
To produce the desired configuration and ensure
proper operation of the board, you may need to carry
out certain hardware modifications before installing
the module. Most options on the board are configured
by software. Configuration changes are made by setting the bits in control registers after the board is
installed in a system. Switches are used to control
options that are not software configurable.
Table 1: Board Configuration Switch Settings, S1
Switch
Positiona
Name
SW1
SAFE_START
ON: Use safe ENV setting
OFF: Use normal ENV setting
SW2
BOOT_SEL
ON: Board is booted from block
B of Flash A
OFF: Board is booted from block A
of Flash A
SW3
FLASH_WP
ON: Flash A is write protected
OFF: Flash A write protection is off
SW4
JTAG_MODE
ON: JTAG operates in pass
through mode
OFF: Normal operation
SW5
PMC1_PCI_FSEL
ON: Max PCI freq can be
133 MHz on PMC1
OFF: Max PCI freq can be 100MHz
on PMC1
SW6
SA_MODE
ON: Board operates in Stand
Alone Mode
OFF: Normal operation
SW7
LRO_SW
ON: Reset caused by front
panel switch, RTC, IPMI,
COP header is propagated
to backplane PCI reset
OFF: Reset caused by the front
panel switch, RTC, IPMI, COP
header is not propagated to
backplane PCI reset
SW8
PWR12V_EN
ON: +/-12 V supplies are
disabled
OFF: +/-12 V supplies are enabled
a. The default switch position is OFF.
CPCI-6200-Quick Start Guide
4 Configure the CPCI-6200
(cont.)
Table 1: IPMI Configuration Switch Settings, S2
Switch
Positiona
Name
SW1
IPMI_DISABLE
ON: Keep the IPMI controller in
reset and thereby disable it
OFF: IPMI controller is enabled
SW2
IPMI_MODE_2
ON: JTAG Debug mode
OFF: Normal operation
SW3
IPMI_MODE_1
ON: Reserved
OFF: Normal Operation
SW4
-
ON/OFF: Reserved
SW5
IPMI_SYSEN
ON: Force IPMI in system mode
OFF: IPMI operates in non-system
mode
SW6
FORCE_PM
ON: Force IPMI in peripheral management (PM) mode
OFF: IPMI operates in non-PM
mode
SW7
-
ON/OFF: Reserved
SW8
PMC2_PCI_FSEL
ON: Max PCI freq can be 133 MHz
on PMC2
OFF: Max PCI freq can be 100 MHz
on PMC2
a. The default switch position is OFF.
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5 Install the CPCI-6200
1. Attach an ESD strap to your wrist, and then
attach the other end of the ESD strap to the
chassis as a ground. The ESD strap must be
secured to your wrist and to ground
throughout the procedure.
2. For a non-hot swap system, shut down the
operating system.
3. Turn off the AC or DC power, and then
remove the AC cord or DC power lines from
the system.
4. Remove the chassis or system cover(s) as
necessary for access to the Compact PCI
modules.
5. Remove the filler panel from the appropriate
card slot.
6. Set the VIO on the backplane to either +3.3
V or +5 V, depending on your CompactPCI
system signaling requirements, and ensure
the backplane does not bus J3 or J5 signals.
7. Slide the baseboard into the appropriate
slot.
Grasping the top and bottom injector handles, be sure the module is well seated in the
P1 through P5 connectors on the backplane.
Make sure you do not damage or bend connector pins.
8. Secure the baseboard in the chassis with the
screws provided, making good contact with
the transverse mounting rails to minimize
RF emissions.
9. Replace the chassis or system cover, and
make sure no cables are pinched.
10.Cable the peripherals to the panel connectors, and then reconnect the system to the
AC or DC power source.
11.Turn the equipment power on.
Finding more information
For more information on the product, see the
CPCI-6200 Installation and Use and other related
documentation.
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computing. Use SUPPORT>TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION link to look for technical documentation.
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