Advantech ACP-4000 User Manual

ACP-4000
19" Rackmount 4U Height
Industrial Chassis User's Manual
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Part No. 20024K0000
1st Edition Printed in Taiwan
January 2002
Content
Chapter 1 General Information ...................................... 1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.7
1.6
Introduction .......................................................................... 2
Specifications ........................................................................ 2
Passive Backplane Options ................................................ 3
Power Supply Options ......................................................... 4
System Regulation ............................................................... 5
Exploded Diagram ............................................................... 6
Dimensions ........................................................................... 6
Chapter 2 System Setup ................................................ 7
2.1 System Installation ............................................................... 8
2.1.1 Attaching the handles. ................................................. 8
2.1.2 Removing the top cover .............................................. 8
2.1.3 Chassis Front and Rear Sections................................. 9
2.1.4 Drive Bay Installation ................................................ 11
2.2 ACP-4000 Series Installation ........................................... 12
2.2.1 ACP-4000BP-00P ..................................................... 12
2.2.2 ACP-4000BP-00X .................................................... 12
2.2.3 ACP-4000MB-00X ................................................... 13
2.3 LED Indicators ................................................................... 13
2.3.1 System Status LED ................................................... 13
2.3.2 Power Status LED .................................................... 14
2.4 Power Supply ...................................................................... 14
2.5 Cooling Fan & Filter ......................................................... 15
2.6 Installing CPU Cards and Add-On Cards ...................... 16
Chapter 3 Alarm Board ................................................ 17
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
Alarm Board Layout .......................................................... 18
Alarm Board Specification ................................................ 19
Switch Setting ..................................................................... 22
Thermal Sensor .................................................................. 23
Appendix A ................................................................... 25
PCA-6113P4R ........................................................................... 26
PCA-6114 ................................................................................... 27
PCA-6114P4-B .......................................................................... 28
PCA-6114P7-C .......................................................................... 29
PCA-6114P10 ............................................................................ 30
PCA-6114P12 ............................................................................ 31
Figure
Figure 1.6 Dimensions ................................................................................................... 6
Figure 1.7 Exploded Diagram ......................................................................................... 6
Figure 2.1.2-1 ................................................................................................................. 8
Figure 2.1.3-1 ................................................................................................................. 9
Figure 2.1.3-2 ................................................................................................................. 9
Figure 2.1.3-3 ............................................................................................................... 10
Figure 2.1.3-4 ............................................................................................................... 11
Figure 2.1.4-1 ............................................................................................................... 11
Figure 2.2.2-1 ............................................................................................................... 12
Figure 2.4.1 .................................................................................................................. 14
Figure 2.4.2 .................................................................................................................. 15
Figure 2.5.1 .................................................................................................................. 15
Figure 2.5-2 .................................................................................................................. 16
Figure 2.5-3 .................................................................................................................. 16
Figure 3.1-1 .................................................................................................................. 18
Figure 3.4-1 .................................................................................................................. 23
CHAPTER
1
General Information
1.1
Introduction
ACP-4000 is a 4U height 14-slot rackmount IPC chassis designed for
building mission-critical applications. The unit includes an optional
versatile 14-slot passive-backplane (which supports ATX M/B form
factor), high-efficiency 300W ATX with PFC (power factor correction)
power supply, and easy to maintain dual cooling fans. A fault detection and alarm notification system monitors the system status,
including power supply, HDD, temperature and cooling fans to
minimize the system down time. A wide range of standard computing
peripherals can be integrated with the chassis to meet different
application development under mission-critical environment 24 hours a
day, 7 days a week.
1.2 Specifications
General
• Construction: Heavy duty steel chassis
• Drive bay: Shock-proof and front accessible 5.25" (x3) & 3.5" (x1)
drivers
• Cooling system: Dual easy-to-replace 84 ~ 114 CFM cooling fans
with front-accessible air filters
• Controls: Power switch (on-off or momentary) and reset switch
behind lockable doors
• Indicators:
• Power: Bi-color LED (green/red) for power failure
• HDD: Single-color LED (orange) for HDD activity
• Fan: Bi-color LED (green/red) for any fan failure
• Temperature: Bi-color LED (green/red) for overheating average
temperature 50°C
• Voltages: 3.3V/+5V/+12V/-5V/-12V single-color LED(green) shows
the voltage status
• Connectors: Front accessible USB and PS/2 keyboard, rear panel 9pin connector (9-pin connectors are not included in the
M/B version)
• Paint Color: Pantone 4C 2X Black, textured
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Operating temperature: 0 ~ +40°C (32°F ~ 104°F)
Storage temperature: -40° to +75°C (-40° to +167°F)
Relative Humidity: 10 ~ [email protected]°C, non-condensing
Vibration: (Operating) 5Hz ~ 500Hz, 0.5 G rams
Random Vibration: (Non-operation) 5 to 20 Hz, 0.001 to 0.01 G2 per
Hz, 20 to 500 Hz, 0.01 G2 per Hz
Shock(operating): 2.0 G with 11m Sec duration, 1/2 sine wave
Acoustic Noise: Less than 52 dB sound pressure at +5° to +28°C
(+41° to +82°F)
Altitude: 0 to 3048m (0 to 10,000 ft)
Slide rails: General Device C-300 series supported
Dimensions: 482(W) x 173(H) x 480(D) mm (19"x 6.8" x 18.9")
Weight: 16-18kg (35.2 - 39.6lb)
Safety: CE compliant, UL/cUL approved
1.3 Passive Backplane Options
Single System Backplane models (refer to appendix for details)
• PCA-6113P4R
• PCA-6114(PCA-6114-B will be available soon)
• PCA-6114P4-B
• PCA-6114P7-C
• PCA-6114P10(PCA-6114P10-B will be available soon)
• PCA-6114P12
Dual System Backplane models
• PCA-6114D
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1.4
Power Supply Options
Model name
4
Specification
Watt
Input
Safety
MTBF
PS- 260- 610E(AT)
260W
110/220Vac
[email protected]+12V+5V@
[email protected]
@9A- 5V@0.5A- [email protected]
UL/CSA/CE/TUV
140,000
[email protected]?full
load
RPS- 250- SDTB (AT)
250W
([email protected]°C)
110/220Vac
+5V@
25A+12V@12A- [email protected], [email protected]
[email protected][email protected]
UL/CSA/TUV
250,[email protected]?full load
PS- 250- D24(AT)
250W
+19VDC ~
+32VDC
+5V@
30A+12V@12A- 5V@ [email protected]
[email protected]
UL/CSA/CE
100,000 hours
PS- 310- DC48(AT)
310W
- 38VDC ~
- 58VDC
+5V@
25A+12V@10A- 5V@ [email protected]
[email protected]
UL/CSA/CE
100,000 hours
PS- 300- ATX(ATX)
300W
110/220Vac
+5V@
[email protected]+12V- UL,CSA,T30A+3.3V@ 0.2A
[email protected]+12dic/CB
V@13A- [email protected],- [email protected],[email protected]
100,000
[email protected]?full
load
PS- 300ATX- Z(ATX,PFC)
300W
115/230Vac(Full- range)
+5V@
[email protected],+1230A+3.3V- [email protected],[email protected][email protected]
V@15A- [email protected],- [email protected],[email protected]
PS- 400ATX- Z(ATX)
400W
90/264Va+5V@
[email protected],+1- UL/cUL/TUc(Full- rang- 42A+3.3V- [email protected],+3.3V
e)
@[email protected]
V@14A- [email protected],- [email protected],[email protected]
100,000
hours25? 75%
load
RPS- 300ATX- Z(ATX, PFC)
300W
110/240Vac(Full- range)
150,000 hours
ACP-4000 User's Manual
Output
Mini- load
+5V@
[email protected][email protected]
@18A+12- [email protected]+5VV@16A- [email protected]
[email protected],- [email protected],[email protected]
UL,cUL,CS- 100,000hoursA,CE
@25?275W
EN61000- 3- load
2 Class
DTUV,Nordic,CB
UL/TUV/CB
1.5
System Regulation
Ordering Information
Model name
With Power Supply
With Backplane or
Motherboard
Regulation
ACP- 4000BP- 00P
Without power supply,
with on- off switch
14- slot Backplane
versionWithout
Backplane
None
ACP- 4000BP- 00X
Without power supply,
with momentary switch
14- slot Backplane
versionWithout
Backplane
None
ACP- 4000MB- 00X
Without power supply,
with momentary switch
Motherboard
versionWithout
Motherboard
None
ACP- 4000BP- 30Z
With 300W ATX PFC
power supply
14- slot Backplane
versionWithout
Backplane
UL.cUL,CE
ACP- 4000BP- 30D
With 300W DC48V
power supply
14- slot Backplane
versionWithout
Backplane
UL, cUL,
CE
ACP- 4000BP- 30R
With 300W ATX PFC
redundant power supply
14- slot Backplane
versionWithout
Backplane
UL, cUL,
CE
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1.6
Dimensions
1.7
Exploded Diagram
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CHAPTER
2
System Setup
2.1 System Installation
WARNING: Before starting the installation process, be sure to
shut down all power from the chassis. Do this by
turning off the power switch, and unplugging the
power cord from the power outlet. When in doubt,
consult with an experienced technician.
2.1.1 Attaching the handles.
The handles for the front panel are in the accessory box. To install the
handles, simply secure them to the front panel with the provided
screws.
2.1.2 Removing the top cover
First, remove the chassis cover.
The top cover is fixed to the chassis by two thumbscrews
To remove the top covers:
1.Release two thumbscrews on the rear upper location of the chassis.
2.Lift the cover.
Figure 2.1.2-1
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2.1.3 Chassis Front and Rear Sections
The front panel switches behind the door are used for system power,
system reset 1, system reset 2 (option), alarm reset and power switch.
The door cover is on the left side of the door cover, where the system
LED status and key lock switch are located. The USB and P/S 2
keyboard connectors are on the left side of the front panel.
Figure 2.1.3-1
System Reset Switch
(System Reset 2, options)
Alarm Reset Switch
Power On/Off Switch or Momentary Switch
Figure 2.1.3-2
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System Reset 1: Press this switch to reinitialize the system. This is the
same as the hardware reset button. (Default setting)
System Reset 2: Press this switch to reinitialize the second system.
(Optional)
Alarm Reset Switch: Press this switch to suppress or stop an audible
alarm. Whenever a fault in the system occurs (e.g. fan failure, rising
chassis temperature, backplane voltage problem), an audible alarm is
activated. Pressing this switch will cause the alarm to stop.
Power On/Off Switch: Use this switch to turn on/off the system
power.
Momentary Switch: Use this switch and by way of ATX (PS_ON)
function to turn on system power. Please use system shutdown to turn
off system power automatic or press momentary switch for a while to
turn off system power
USB connector: If you have you want to connect any USB interface
device to the system, you could use this connector.
PS/2 connector: If you want to connect the PS/2 keyboard, you could
use this connector.
The rear section of B/P version includes B/P rear window, 14-slot I/O
brackets and the sheet metal kit for redundant power supply. The rear
section of M/B version includes M/B rear window, 7-slot I/O brackets,
ATX M/B I/O cover.
Figure 2.1.3-3
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Figure 2.1.3-4
2.1.4 Drive Bay Installation
The Standard Drive Bay of the ACP-4000 can hold 5.25" (x3) and 3.5"
(x1) devices Installation disk drives
a.Remove the top cover
b.Undo the two screws of cushion and four screws fixing the Standard
Drive Bay on right side
c.Lift off the Standard Drive Bay. See Figure 2.1.4-1
d.Insert the drives into their proper locations in the drive bay and
secure them with the screws provided.
e.Connect the disk drive power and signal cables.
Figure 2.1.4-1
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2.2 ACP-4000 Series Installation
The ACP-4000 can be of three basic models: ACP-4000BP-00P, ACP4000BP-00X, and ACP-4000MB-00X.
2.2.1 ACP-4000BP-00P
ACP-4000BP-00P has an on-off switch in the front panel. The on-off
switch is suitable for AT power supply such as PS-250, PS-260, PS-300,
PS-310DC48 and PS-250-D24. Please plug the power connector (P8/P9)
with the backplane and four wires (Brown, blue, black, white) with onoff switch to finish the power installation.
2.2.2 ACP-4000BP-00X
ACP-2000P3-00X has a momentary switch in the front panel. The
momentary switch is suitable for ATX power supply such as PS-250XDPS, PS-300-ATX, PS-300ATX-Z, PS-400ATX-Z and RPS-300ATX-Z.
For ACP-4000BP-00X, please plug a 20-pin ATX power connector with
backplane first, then use a orange-white wire (1700030500) to connect
CN# (PSON_GND_5VSB) of the Backplane, and "ATX feature connector" (CN20) of the SBC, finally connect POWER SW wire with "ATX
soft power switch"(CN21) on the SBC to finish the installation. Refer
Figure 2.2.2-1 for reference.
Figure 2.2.2-1
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2.2.3 ACP-4000MB-00X
ACP-4000MB-00X is with rear I/O ATX M/B. ACP-4000MB-00X,
without internal M/B, has no power supply and momentary switch on
the front panel. The momentary switch is suitable for ATX power
supply such as PS-250X-DPS, PS-300-ATX, PS-300ATX-Z, PS400ATX-Z and RPS-300ATX-Z to use.
For ACP-4000MB-00X, please plug 20-pin ATX power connector with
your ATX M/B, and then connect POWER SW wire with your ATX M/
B to finish the installation. Please refer your ATX M/B installation
guide for correct connection.
2.3 LED Indicators
2.3.1 System Status LED
The System Status LED shows as follows:
LED
Description
RED
GREEN or Orange
PWR
System Power
Abnormal
Normal
HDD
Hard Drive activity
No light
Data access
FAN
Cooling Fan status
Abnormal
Normal
TEMP
Chassis Temperature
Abnormal
Normal
When the PWR LED is RED, it indicates a redundant power supply
failure. To stop the alarm buzzer, press the Alarm Reset button. Please
check out the redundant power supply right away and replace failure
power supply module with a good one.
When the FAN LED is RED and blinking, it indicates a failing cooling
fan. An audible alarm is also activated. To stop the alarm buzzer, press
the Alarm Reset button then replace the fan immediately.
If the TEMP LED is RED and blinking, the system detects rising
temperature inside the chassis. An audible alarm is activated. To stop
the alarm buzzer, press the Alarm Reset button. Inspect the rear section
and fan filter immediately. Make sure airflow inside the chassis is
smooth and not blocked by dust or other particles.
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2.3.2 Power Status LED
The Power Status LED indicates the status of the backplane voltage
signals.
LED
Description
Light
No light
+3.3V
+3.3V signal
Normal
No output
+5V
+ 5V signal
Normal
No output
+12V
+12V signal
Normal
No output
- 5V
- 5V signal
Normal
No output
- 12V
- 12V signal
Normal
No output
When a LED fails to light, it indicates a problem with one of the
voltage signals. An audible alarm is sounded. Check to make sure
that the power supply connector is properly attached to the backplane.
If problem persists, consult an experienced technician.
2.4 Power Supply
ACP-4000 support PS/2 and redundant power supply both and without
any modification on mechanical
Figure 2.4.1
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Figure 2.4.2
2.5 Cooling Fan & Filter
There are two (2) Cooling Fans located inside the chassis. The
Cooling Fans are easy to maintain and provide adequate cooling to the
system by blowing air inward. When one cooling fan breaks down,
the system sounds a continuous alarm. To disable the alarm, press the
Alarm Reset Switch on the front panel and replace the failing fan
immediately. To replace a defective fan, please refer to Figure 2.5-1 and
Figure 2.5-2. Press location A and then pull B, shown on Figure 2.5-2,
the connector can then be released. If the filter is blocked with dust or
other particles, you can refer to Figure 2.5-3 for filter replacement
procedure.
Figure 2.5.1
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A
B
Figure 2.5-2
Figure 2.5-3
2.6 Installing CPU Cards and Add-On Cards
To install slot board computers and other add-on boards:
1.Remove the chassis cover.
2.Take out the hold down cramp
3.Insert the CPU or add-on cards on suitable location
4.Align and fix the screw to tighten the card to a fixed position
5.Return the top cover after fixing the hold down cramp
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Alarm Board
The alarm board is located under the cooling fan section. It gives an
audible alarm when:
a.Any power supply module of redundant power supply fails
b.One of the cooling fans fai1s
c.Temperature inside the chassis rises
d.A problem occurs in one of the backplane voltage levels
The detailed layout and specification of the alarm board are as follows:
3.1 Alarm Board Layout
Figure 3.1-1
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3.2 Alarm Board Specification
Input Power: +5V, +12V
Input Signals:
• 7 FAN connectors (GND_+12V_FAN)
• One thermal board connector (it can connect up to 8 thermal boards
in a roll)
• One power good input
• One alarm reset input.
• One voltage signal connector (connect from back plane, includes
±12V, ±5V, 3.3V)
• One ATX power connector (connect from CPU card)
• One system reset connector (connect from CPU card)
• One Hard Disk LED connector (connect from CPU card)
Output Signals:
• One LED board connector
• One LCM board connector
• SNMP daughter board connector (connect to SNMP-1000 main
board)
• One Buzzer output
• ATX power connector (connect to chassis)
• System reset connector (connect to chassis)
Other Interfaces:
• One pair of Watch dog input/output signals
• One pair of I2C Bus signals (DATA and CLK)
• One LAN connector
• One COM connector
• One Battery pack connector
Pin Definition
CN1 : External Power Connector, standard mini 4 Pin power connector
Pin 1 : +12V, 2A current maximum
Pin 2 : GND
Pin 3 : GND
Pin 4 : +5V, 2A current maximum
CN2 : 10/100M LAN Connector
Pin 1 : SPLED
Pin 3 : RX+
Pin 2 : TERMPLANE
Pin 4 : RX-
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Pin 5 : GND
Pin 7 : TX+
Pin 9 : LILED
Pin 11 : N/A
Pin 6 : LVCC
Pin 8 : TXPin 10 : TERMPLANE
Pin 12 : NC
CN4 : I2C Sensor board (LM75) Connector
Pin 1 : +5V
Pin 2 : Sensor board I2C bus clock
Pin 3 : Sensor board I2C bus data
Pin 4 : GND
CN8 : RS-232 Connector
Pin 1 : DCD
Pin 2 : RX
Pin 3 : TX
Pin 4 : DTR
Pin 5 : GND
Pin 6 : DSR
Pin 7 : RTS
Pin 8 : CTS
Pin 9 : RI
Pin 10 : NC
Pin 11 : NC
Pin 12 : N/A
CN10 : LCM Display Board Connector
Pin 1 : LCM I2C bus data
Pin 2 : LCM I2C bus clock
Pin 3 : +12V
Pin 4 : GND
Pin 5 : +5V
Pin 6 : +5V
Pin 7 : Diagnostic LED
Pin 8 : GND
CN11 : SNMP-1000 Daughter Board Connector (Left side)
Pin 1 : SIN
Pin 2 : SOUT
Pin 3 : CTS#
Pin 4 : DCD#
Pin 5 : RTS#
Pin 6 : DTR#
Pin 7 : DSR#
Pin 8 : ID 0
Pin 9 : ATX ON
Pin 10 : DO 4
Pin 11 : GND
Pin 12 : DO 3
Pin 13 : Watchdog IN
Pin 14 : DO 2
Pin 15 : Watchdog OUT
Pin 16 : DO 1
Pin 17 : SPLED
Pin 18 : NC
Pin 19 : LILED
Pin 20 : NC
Pin 21 : GND
Pin 22 : NC
Pin 23 : TX+
Pin 24 : NC
Pin 25 : TXPin 26 : NC
Pin 27 : RX+
Pin 28 : NC
Pin 29 : RXPin 30 : NC
Pin 31 : TERMPLANE
Pin 32 : NC
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CN12 : SNMP-1000 Daughter Board Connector (Right side)
Pin 1 : NC
Pin 2 : NC
Pin 3 : Power Good A
Pin 4 : NC
Pin 5 : NC
Pin 6 : NC
Pin 7 : Diagnostic LED
Pin 8 : FAN 1
Pin 9 : GND
Pin 10 : FAN 2
Pin 11 : GND
Pin 12 : FAN 3
Pin 13 : VCC
Pin 14 : FAN 4
Pin 15 : VCC
Pin 16 : FAN 5
Pin 17 : VCC
Pin 18 : FAN 6
Pin 19 : BEEP
Pin 20 : FAN 7
Pin 21 : 5VSB
Pin 22 : NC
Pin 23 : -5V
Pin 24 : NC
Pin 25 : +5V
Pin 26 : B_SCLK
Pin 27 : +3.3V
Pin 28 : B_SDAT
Pin 29 : -12V
Pin 30 : T_SCLK
Pin 31 : +12V
Pin 32 : T_SDAT
CN13 : Voltage Detect Input Connector
Pin 1 : 5VSB
Pin 2 : GND
Pin 3 : GND
Pin 4 : -5V
Pin 5 : +5V
Pin 6 : +3.3V
Pin 7 : -12V
Pin 8 : +12V
CN16 : 4 bit Power Good Input,
Pin 1 : Power GOOD A
CN18 : LED Board Connector
Pin 1 : GND
Pin 3 : +12V Signal
Pin 5 : -12V Signal
Pin 7 : Power Good Signal
Pin 9 : Temperature Good Signal
Pin 11 : Fan Good Signal
Pin 13 : NC
Pin 15 : 5VSB Signal
Pin 2 : GND
Pin 2 : +5V Signal
Pin 4 : -5V Signal
Pin 6 : HDD Signal
Pin 8 : Power Fail Signal
Pin 10 : Temperature Fail Signal
Pin 12 : FAN Fail Signal
Pin 14 : +3.3V Signal
CN19 : Connector bank from CPU card
Pin 1 : HDD LED Signal
Pin 2 : ATX soft power switch
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Pin 3 : I2C Clock
Pin 5 : I2C Data
Pin 4 : ATX soft power switch(-)
Pin 6 : System Reset Signal
CN20 : Connector bank to Chassis
Pin 1 : ATX Momentary switch
Pin 2 : ATX Momentary switch(-)
Pin 3 : GND
Pin 4 : System Reset Signal
Pin 5 : Watch Dog IN
Pin 6 : Watch Dog OUT
J1 : External Speaker
Pin 1 : Buzzer
Pin 2 : +5V
3.3 Switch Setting
Fan number setting
FAN NUMBER SW 1- 1
SW 1- 2
SW 1- 3
SW 1- 4
1
O FF
O FF
ON
O FF
2
O FF
ON
O FF
O FF
3
O FF
ON
ON
O FF
4
ON
O FF
O FF
O FF
5
ON
O FF
ON
O FF
6
ON
ON
O FF
O FF
7
ON
ON
ON
O FF
Thermal Board Temperature Setting
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TEMP INDEX
SW 1 - 1
SW 1 - 2
SW 1 - 3
SW 1 - 4
TEMP 1
O FF
O FF
O FF
ON
TEMP 2
O FF
O FF
ON
ON
TEMP 3
O FF
ON
O FF
ON
TEMP 4
O FF
ON
ON
ON
TEMP 5
ON
O FF
O FF
ON
TEMP 6
ON
O FF
ON
ON
TEMP 7
ON
ON
O FF
ON
TEMP 8
ON
ON
ON
ON
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3.4 Thermal Sensor
There is a temperature sensor inside the chassis, See Figure 3.4-1.to
find the location.
When the temperature rises, the temperature sensor sends a signal to
the alarm board and a continuous alarm is sounded. To stop the alarm,
press the Alarm Reset Switch at the Front Panel.
Figure 3.4-1
Chapter 3 Alarm Board
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PCA-6114
Dimensions: 316 x 175 mm
Unit: mm
Bus Termination
Reserve sockets for NETR 10P and for termination resistors are provided.
Resistor
Signals
Resistor Signals
RP5
SA3-SA0
RP3
SMEMW, SMEMR, IOW, IOR
RP4
SA4-SA11
RP6
SBHE, LA23-LA17
RP1
SD7-SD0
RP2
LA19-LA16
RP7
SD8-SD15
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2. PIN Assignment
1. Connectors
Connector
Description
CN2
CN1
SLT2-3, 5
PICMG connectors
SLT1, 4, 6-8
16 BIT ISA BUS connectors
PCI 1~3
32 PCI BIT BUS connectors (primary)
PCA 4~7
32 BIT BUS connectors (secondary)
CN1
8-PIN +12V, -12V, +3.3V, +5V, -5V, GND AND 5VSB connector
PIN
Name
1
5V S B
2
GND
3
GND
CN2
3-PIN +12V, GND and 5VSB for ATX power
4
-5V
CN3
3-PIN +12V, GND and +V DV power connector
5
+5V
BIG 4P
+3.3V
4-PIN +12V, GND and +5V DC power connector
6
KB1
To CPU card K/B
7
-12V
KB2
To front part K/B connector
8
+12V
KB3
To front part K/B connector
KB4
External K/B connector
AT
To AT power conector
ATX
To ATX power connector
FAN1
3-PIN +12DC power connector for fan
JP 1
2-PIN jumper for +3.3V and +5.0V
JP 2
2-PIN jumper to +3.3V and +5.0V
BIG 4P
2
GND
3
GND
4
+5V
GND
3
5V S B
PIN
Name
1
+12V
2
GND
+5V
PIN
Name
1
K B C LK
2
KB-D T
3
NC
1
NC
4
GND
2
+12V
3
GND
FAN1
PIN
+5V
Name
ATX
PIN
Name
PIN
PIN
Name
1
NC
1
+3.3V
11
+3.3V
2
+5V
2
+3.3V
12
3
+12V
4
-12V
5
GND
6
GND
7
GND
8
GND
9
-5V
10
+5V
11
+5V
12
+5V
Name
_12V
3
GND
13
GND
4
+5V
14
PS-ON
5
GND
15
GND
6
+5V
16
GND
7
GND
17
GND
8
CN2
X
2
3
AT
+12V
PS_ON
CN3
Name
1
Name
1
KB1~4
5
PIN
PIN
NC
18
9
5V S B
19
+5V
10
+12V
20
+5V
-5V
AT power connector P8/P9
OPEN
ATXpower off
SHORT
ATX power on
JP 1 , JP 2
PIN
+5V
1-2 (DEFAULT)
+3.3V
2-3
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