User Manual ARK-3440

User Manual
ARK-3440
Compact Embedded IPC
Copyright
The documentation and the software included with this product are copyright © 2010
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.
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For more information about this and other Advantech products, please visit our website at:
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For technical support and service, please visit our support website at:
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ARK-3440 User Manual
Part No. 2006344000
Edition 1
Printed in China
July 2010
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Product Warranty (2 years)
Advantech warrants to you, the original purchaser, that each of its products will be
free from defects in materials and workmanship for two years from the date of purchase.
This warranty does not apply to any products which have been repaired or altered by
persons other than repair personnel authorized by Advantech, or which have been
subject to misuse, abuse, accident or improper installation. Advantech assumes no
liability under the terms of this warranty as a consequence of such events.
Because of Advantech’s high quality-control standards and rigorous testing, most of
our customers never need to use our repair service. If an Advantech product is defective, it will be repaired or replaced at no charge during the warranty period. For outof-warranty repairs, you will be billed according to the cost of replacement materials,
service time and freight. Please consult your dealer for more details.
If you think you have a defective product, follow these steps:
1. Collect all the information about the problem encountered. (For example, CPU
speed, Advantech products used, other hardware and software used, etc.) Note
anything abnormal and list any onscreen messages you get when the problem
occurs.
2. Call your dealer and describe the problem. Please have your manual, product,
and any helpful information readily available.
3. If your product is diagnosed as defective, obtain an RMA (return merchandise
authorization) number from your dealer. This allows us to process your return
more quickly.
4. Carefully pack the defective product, a fully-completed Repair and Replacement
Order Card and a photocopy proof of purchase date (such as your sales receipt)
in a shippable container. A product returned without proof of the purchase date
is not eligible for warranty service.
5. Write the RMA number visibly on the outside of the package and ship it prepaid
to your dealer.
Declaration of Conformity
FCC Class A
Note: 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 equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in
which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
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Technical Support and Assistance
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Visit the Advantech web site at www.advantech.com/support where you can find
the latest information about the product.
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
Warnings, Cautions and Notes
Warning! Warnings indicate conditions, which if not observed, can cause personal
injury!
Caution! Cautions are included to help you avoid damaging hardware or losing
data. e.g.
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.
Note!
Notes provide optional additional information.
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Safety Instructions
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Read these safety instructions carefully.
Keep this User Manual for later reference.
Disconnect this equipment from any AC outlet before cleaning. Use a damp
cloth. Do not use liquid or spray detergents for cleaning.
For plug-in equipment, the power outlet socket must be located near the equipment and must be easily accessible.
Keep this equipment away from humidity.
Put this equipment on a reliable surface during installation. Dropping it or letting
it fall may cause damage.
The openings on the enclosure are for air convection. Protect the equipment
from overheating. DO NOT COVER THE OPENINGS.
Make sure the voltage of the power source is correct before connecting the
equipment to the power outlet.
Position the power cord so that people cannot step on it. Do not place anything
over the power cord.
All cautions and warnings on the equipment should be noted.
If the equipment is not used for a long time, disconnect it from the power source
to avoid damage by transient overvoltage.
Never pour any liquid into an opening. This may cause fire or electrical shock.
Never open the equipment. For safety reasons, the equipment should be
opened only by qualified service personnel.
If one of the following situations arises, get the equipment checked by service
personnel:
! The power cord or plug is damaged.
! Liquid has penetrated into the equipment.
! The equipment has been exposed to moisture.
! The equipment does not work well, or you cannot get it to work according to
the user's manual.
! The equipment has been dropped and damaged.
! The equipment has obvious signs of breakage.
Do not leave this equipment in an environment where the storage temperature
may go below -40° C (-40° F) or above 85° C (185° F). This could damage the
equipment. The equipment should be in a controlled environment.
CAUTION: Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only
with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer, discard
used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
The sound pressure level at the operator's position according to IEC 704-1:1982
is no more than 70 dB (A).
RESTRICTED ACCESS AREA: The equipment should only be installed in a
Restricted Access Area.
DISCLAIMER: This set of instructions is given according to IEC 704-1. Advantech disclaims all responsibility for the accuracy of any statements contained
herein.
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Wichtige Sicherheishinweise
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Bitte lesen sie Sich diese Hinweise sorgfältig durch.
Heben Sie diese Anleitung für den späteren Gebrauch auf.
Vor jedem Reinigen ist das Gerät vom Stromnetz zu trennen. Verwenden Sie
Keine Flüssig-oder Aerosolreiniger. Am besten dient ein angefeuchtetes Tuch
zur Reinigung.
Die NetzanschluBsteckdose soll nahe dem Gerät angebracht und leicht
zugänglich sein.
Das Gerät ist vor Feuchtigkeit zu schützen.
Bei der Aufstellung des Gerätes ist auf sicheren Stand zu achten. Ein Kippen
oder Fallen könnte Verletzungen hervorrufen.
Die Belüftungsöffnungen dienen zur Luftzirkulation die das Gerät vor überhitzung schützt. Sorgen Sie dafür, daB diese Öffnungen nicht abgedeckt werden.
Beachten Sie beim. AnschluB an das Stromnetz die AnschluBwerte.
Verlegen Sie die NetzanschluBleitung so, daB niemand darüber fallen kann. Es
sollte auch nichts auf der Leitung abgestellt werden.
Alle Hinweise und Warnungen die sich am Geräten befinden sind zu beachten.
Wird das Gerät über einen längeren Zeitraum nicht benutzt, sollten Sie es vom
Stromnetz trennen. Somit wird im Falle einer Überspannung eine Beschädigung
vermieden.
Durch die Lüftungsöffnungen dürfen niemals Gegenstände oder Flüssigkeiten in
das Gerät gelangen. Dies könnte einen Brand bzw. elektrischen Schlag auslösen.
Öffnen Sie niemals das Gerät. Das Gerät darf aus Gründen der elektrischen
Sicherheit nur von authorisiertem Servicepersonal geöffnet werden.
Wenn folgende Situationen auftreten ist das Gerät vom Stromnetz zu trennen
und von einer qualifizierten Servicestelle zu überprüfen:
! Netzkabel oder Netzstecker sind beschädigt.
! Flüssigkeit ist in das Gerät eingedrungen.
! Das Gerät war Feuchtigkeit ausgesetzt.
! Wenn das Gerät nicht der Bedienungsanleitung entsprechend funktioniert
oder Sie mit Hilfe dieser Anleitung keine Verbesserung erzielen.
! Das Gerät ist gefallen und/oder das Gehäuse ist beschädigt.
! Wenn das Gerät deutliche Anzeichen eines Defektes aufweist.
VOSICHT: Explisionsgefahr bei unsachgemaben Austausch der Batterie.Ersatz
nur durch densellben order einem vom Hersteller empfohlene-mahnlichen Typ.
Entsorgung gebrauchter Batterien navh Angaben des Herstellers.
ACHTUNG: Es besteht die Explosionsgefahr, falls die Batterie auf nicht fachmännische Weise gewechselt wird. Verfangen Sie die Batterie nur gleicher oder
entsprechender Type, wie vom Hersteller empfohlen. Entsorgen Sie Batterien
nach Anweisung des Herstellers.
Der arbeitsplatzbezogene Schalldruckpegel nach DIN 45 635 Teil 1000 beträgt
70dB(A) oder weiger.
Montageort: Das Gerät sollte nur in einem Bereich mit eingeschränktem Zugang
montiert werden.
Haftungsausschluss: Die Bedienungsanleitungen wurden entsprechend der
IEC-704-1 erstellt. Advantech lehnt jegliche Verantwortung für die Richtigkeit
der in diesem Zusammenhang getätigten Aussagen ab.
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Packing List
Before installation, please ensure the following items have been shipped:
! 1 x ARK-3440 Unit
! 1 x Rubber foot kit
! 2 x Desk/Wall mount plate
! 1 x 4-pin Phoenix DC power connector
! 1 x Utility CD
! 1 x Registration and 2 years Warranty card
Ordering information
Model Number Description
ARK-3440F-U5A1E
Core i7-610E SV 2.53GHz
ARK-3440F-U4A1E
Core i5-520E 2.4GHz
Optional accessories
Part Number
Description
1757002161
AC-to-DC Adapter, DC19 V/7.89A 150W, with Phoenix Power Plug,
0 ~ 40° C for Home and Office Use
1702002600
Power cable 3-pin 180 cm, USA type
1702002605
Power Cable 2-pin 180 cm, Europe Type
1702031801
Power Cable 2-pin 180 cm, UK Type
1700004713
Cable DVI-I to DVI and CRT
1700009398
LVDS cable for ARK-3440
1700009396
LVDS power cable for ARK-3440
1700009407
Digital IO cable for ARK-3440 (Internal)
1700009405
LPT cable for ARK-3440
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Contents
Chapter
1
General Introduction ...........................1
1.1
1.2
Introduction ............................................................................................... 2
Product Feature ........................................................................................ 2
1.2.1 General ......................................................................................... 2
1.2.2 Display .......................................................................................... 2
1.2.3 Power Consumption...................................................................... 2
Hardware Specification ............................................................................. 3
Mechanical Specification........................................................................... 4
1.4.1 Dimensions ................................................................................... 4
Figure 1.1 ARK-3440 Mechanical Dimension Drawing................ 4
1.4.2 Weight........................................................................................... 4
Power requirement.................................................................................... 4
1.5.1 System power ............................................................................... 4
1.5.2 RTC battery................................................................................... 4
Environmental Specifications .................................................................... 5
1.6.1 Operation temperature.................................................................. 5
1.6.2 Relative Humidity .......................................................................... 5
1.6.3 Storage temperature ..................................................................... 5
1.6.4 Vibration loading during operation ................................................ 5
1.6.5 Shock during operation ................................................................. 5
1.6.6 Safety............................................................................................ 5
1.6.7 EMC .............................................................................................. 5
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
Chapter
2
Hardware installation ..........................7
2.1
ARK-3440 I/O Indication ........................................................................... 8
Figure 2.1 ARK-3440 Front View................................................. 8
Figure 2.2 ARK-3440 Rear View ................................................. 8
ARK-3440 Front Side External I/O Connectors......................................... 9
2.2.1 Power ON/OFF Button.................................................................. 9
Figure 2.3 Power ON/OFF Button ............................................... 9
2.2.2 Reset Button ................................................................................. 9
Figure 2.4 Reset Button............................................................... 9
2.2.3 LED Indicators .............................................................................. 9
Figure 2.5 LED Indicators ............................................................ 9
2.2.4 Audio Connector ........................................................................... 9
Figure 2.6 Audio jack connectors ................................................ 9
2.2.5 COM Connector .......................................................................... 10
Figure 2.7 COM port connector ................................................. 10
Table 2.1: COM standard serial port pin assignments .............. 10
2.2.6 eSATA Connector ....................................................................... 10
Figure 2.8 eSATA connector ..................................................... 10
2.2.7 USB Connector ........................................................................... 11
Figure 2.9 USB connector ......................................................... 11
Table 2.2: USB Connector......................................................... 11
2.2.8 Compact Flash Card ................................................................... 11
ARK-3440 rear side external I/O connectors .......................................... 11
2.3.1 Power Input Connector ............................................................... 11
Figure 2.10Power Input Connector............................................. 11
Table 2.3: Power connector pin assignments............................ 11
2.3.2 Digital Visual Interface Connector (DVI-I) ................................... 12
Figure 2.11DVI-I connector......................................................... 12
Table 2.4: DVI-I Connector pin assignments............................. 12
2.3.3 HDMI connector .......................................................................... 13
2.2
2.3
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2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.10
Chapter
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BIOS settings .................................... 23
3.1
3.2
BIOS Introduction.................................................................................... 24
Entering BIOS Setup............................................................................... 24
3.2.1 Main Setup.................................................................................. 25
Figure 3.1 The Main BIOS setup screen ................................... 25
Advanced BIOS Feature Setup............................................................... 26
Figure 3.2 The Advanced BIOS setup screen ........................... 26
Chipset BIOS Feature Setup .................................................................. 33
Figure 3.3 The Chipset BIOS setup screen............................... 33
Boot BIOS Feature Setup ....................................................................... 37
Figure 3.4 The Chipset BIOS setup screen............................... 37
Security BIOS Feature Setup.................................................................. 38
Figure 3.5 The Security BIOS setup screen .............................. 38
Save & Exit BIOS Feature Setup ............................................................ 39
Figure 3.6 The Save & Exit BIOS setup screen ........................ 39
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
Chapter
Figure 2.12HDMI receptacle connector...................................... 13
Table 2.5: HDMI receptacle connector pin assignments........... 13
2.3.4 Ethernet Connector (LAN) .......................................................... 13
Figure 2.13Ethernet connector ................................................... 13
Table 2.6: RJ-45 Connector pin assignments ........................... 13
2.3.5 LVDS Connector (Optional) ........................................................ 14
Figure 2.14LVDS Connector ...................................................... 14
Table 2.7: LVDS Connector Pin Assignment ............................ 14
2.3.6 LCD Backlight On/Off control Connector (Optional) ................... 14
Figure 2.15LCD Backlight connector.......................................... 14
Table 2.8: LCD Backlight Connector Pin Assignment ............... 15
2.3.7 LPT Connector (Optional)........................................................... 15
Figure 2.16LPT Connector ......................................................... 15
Table 2.9: LPT Connector Pin Assignment ............................... 15
2.3.8 DIO Connector (Optional) ........................................................... 16
Figure 2.17DIO Connector ......................................................... 16
Table 2.10: DIO Connector Pin Assignment ............................... 16
Memory Installation................................................................................. 17
Figure 2.18Memory Installation .................................................. 17
Compact Flash installation...................................................................... 18
Figure 2.19CF Card installation.................................................. 18
HDD installation ...................................................................................... 18
2.6.1 Internal fixed HDD installation .................................................... 18
Figure 2.20Internal fixed HDD installation .................................. 18
2.6.2 Removable HDD installation....................................................... 19
Figure 2.21Removable HDD installation .................................... 19
PCI card installation ................................................................................ 19
Figure 2.22PCI Card Installation ................................................ 19
Mini PCI installation ................................................................................ 20
Figure 2.23Mini PCI Card Installation......................................... 20
Antenna installation................................................................................. 20
Figure 2.24Antenna installation .................................................. 20
Optional Cable Installation ...................................................................... 21
Figure 2.25Optional Cable installation........................................ 21
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Software Installation......................... 41
4.1
Driver Installation .................................................................................... 42
4.1.1 Chipset driver installation............................................................ 42
4.1.2 Graphic driver installation ........................................................... 45
4.1.3 Audio driver installation............................................................... 50
4.1.4 LAN driver installation................................................................. 51
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Appendix A
Function Settings ..............................55
A.1
Function Setting ...................................................................................... 56
Figure A.1 Top View................................................................... 56
Figure A.2 Bottom View ............................................................. 56
Table A.1: ATX / AT Mode switch .............................................. 57
Table A.2: PCI Express mini card version select ....................... 57
Table A.3: Clear CMOS ............................................................. 57
Table A.4: Internal LVDS panel power select ............................ 57
Appendix B
Display Application ...........................59
B.1
B.4
Introduction ............................................................................................. 60
Figure B.1 BIOS VGA setting..................................................... 60
LVDS....................................................................................................... 60
Dual Display ............................................................................................ 60
B.3.1 Display modes ............................................................................ 61
Display Resolution Setting ...................................................................... 61
Appendix C
Application Notes ..............................63
C.1
RS-485 Supports Auto Flow Control ....................................................... 64
Figure C.1 BIOS COM port setting............................................. 64
C.1.1 Flow control, introduction ............................................................ 64
C.1.2 Software flow control................................................................... 65
C.1.3 Hardware flow control ................................................................. 65
C.1.4 How to implement ....................................................................... 66
WOL Setting............................................................................................ 66
C.2.1 Introduction ................................................................................. 66
C.2.2 System requirements - PC Compatible....................................... 67
C.2.3 How it works................................................................................ 67
C.2.4 Magic Packet .............................................................................. 67
B.2
B.3
C.2
Appendix D
Watchdog Timer Programming ........69
D.1
Watchdog Timer Programming ............................................................... 70
Table D.1: Index-03h.................................................................. 70
Table D.2: Watchdog Timer Index 36h ...................................... 70
Table D.3: Watchdog Timer Range - Index 37h......................... 70
Appendix E
Programming GPIO ...........................71
E.1
GPIO Register......................................................................................... 72
Table E.1: Index-03h.................................................................. 72
Table E.2: Index-04h.................................................................. 72
Table E.3: Index-05h.................................................................. 72
Table E.4: Index-10h.................................................................. 73
Table E.5: Index-20h.................................................................. 73
Table E.6: Index-11h.................................................................. 73
Table E.7: Index-12h.................................................................. 74
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Chapter
1
1
General Introduction
This chapter gives background
information on the
ARK-3440 series.
1.1 Introduction
ARK-3440 Box IPC is an ideal, application-ready, system platform solution. All electronics are protected in a compact sealed aluminum case for easy embedding in the
customer’s own housing, or as a stand-alone unit—perfect where space is limited
and the environment is harsh.
The ARK-3440 provides system integrators with a turn-key solution and a versatile
application development path without breaking the bank or missing time-to-market
deadlines.
The ARK-3440 can be used as a standalone system, either wall-mounted or desktop
mounted. The system accepts a wide range of power supplies (DC power in) and
comes with a footprint of only 220 mm x 102.5 mm x 200 mm (8.66" x 4.04" x 7.87").
The rugged, cast aluminum case is seald against dust and not only provides great
protection from EMI, shock/vibration, cold and heat, but also passive cooling for
super quiet, fanless operation.
The ARK-3440 offers 1 x DVI-I interface for dual display, 6 x USB 2.0 ports, 2 x Giga
LAN ports, audio function, 3 x COM ports, 2 x Mini PCI sockets, and 2 PCI/PCI
Express expansion slots; all packed into a small, rugged unit and powered by an
Intel® Core™ i7/i5 processor. It also supports a wide range of input voltages, from 9
VDC to 34 VDC. The ARK-3440 IPC supports 1 x 2.5” SATA HDD and 1 x Compact
Flash card for storage options; it supports diversified fields of application.
1.2 Product Features
1.2.1 General
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Intel® Mobile Core™ i7-610E 2.53GHz/ Core i5-520E 2.4GHZ
Dual display and support for wide screen with high resolution
Supports 2 GbE, eSATA, 6 USB 2.0 and 3 COMs
Internal two 2.5-inch SATA HDD drive bay
Various expansion interfaces for diverse applications
Easy integration, easy maintenance, and wide input voltage range
1.2.2 Display
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VGA display: Using a DVI to VGA adapter connector
Dual display: VGA + DVI-D extended by DVI-I Y-cable (Optional)
LVDS support: Supports 48-bit LVDS interface (Optional)
HDMI display: Supports HDMI 1.3
1.2.3 Power Consumption
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Typical: 38 W (CPU is Intel® Mobile Core™ i7-610E at 2.53 GHz and w/o
expansion)
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Max.: 47.94 W (CPU is Intel® Mobile Core™ i7-610E 2.53 GHz and w/o expansion)
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CPU: Intel® Core™ i7-610E 2.53GHz/ Core™ i5-520E 2.4GHZ
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System Chipset: Intel® QM57
BIOS: AMI™ 64 bit, SPI
System Memory: 2 x 204-pin-pin SODIMM socket, Support DDR3 1066 MHz,
up to 4 GB
SSD: Supports 1 x CF Card TYPE I/II
HDD: Supports 2 x industrial extend temperature grade 2.5” SATA HDD
Watchdog Timer: Single chip Watchdog 255-level interval timer, setup by software
I/O Interface: 2 x RS232, 1 x RS232/422/485 (w/ auto flow control) (Optional 2
x RS-232, 1 x RS-232/422/485 by cable)
USB: 6 x USB 2.0 compliant Ports
Audio: Supports Line-in, Line-out, Microphone-in
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Ethernet Chipset: 1 x Intel® 82577 & 1 x Intel® 82583V (Gigabit LAN)
– Speed: 10/100/1000 Mbps
– Interface: 2 x RJ45 w/ LED
– Standard: IEEE 802.3z/ab (1000 Mbps) or IEEE 802.3u 100 Mbps compliant
Expansion:
– PCI: 1 slot
– PCI Express x1: 1 slot
– Mini PCIe: 2 sockets
Chipset: Integrated graphics built in PCH
Resolution:
– VGA: Supports resolutions up to 2048 x [email protected] 60 Hz
– DVI: Supports resolutions up to 1920 x [email protected] 60 Hz
– HDMI: Supports resolutions up to 1920 x [email protected] Hz
Dual Independent: VGA + DVI-D (Extended by DVI-I Y-cable), VGA + HDMI,
DVI + HDMI
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1.3 Hardware Specifications
1.4 Mechanical Specifications
1.4.1 Dimensions
Units: mm
Figure 1.1 ARK-3440 Mechanical Dimensions Drawing
1.4.2 Weight
3.8 kg (8.36 lb)
1.5 Power Requirements
1.5.1 System power
Minimum power input: DC 9 V-34 V 6.0 A-1.5 A
1.5.2 RTC battery
3 V / 195 mAH BR2032
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1.6.1 Operating temperature
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With Industrial Grade CompactFlash disk: 0 ~ 50° C
With 2.5-inch extended temperature hard disk 0 ~ 45° C, with air flow,
speed=0.7 m/sec
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1.6 Environmental Specifications
1.6.2 Relative Humidity
1.6.3 Storage temperature
-40 ~ 85° C (-40 ~ 185° F)
1.6.4 Vibration loading during operation
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With CompactFlash disk: 5 Grms, IEC 60068-2-64, random, 5 ~ 500 Hz, 1 Oct./
min, 1 hr/axis.
With 2.5-inch hard disk: 1 Grms, IEC 60068-2-64, random, 5 ~ 500 Hz, 1 Oct./
min, 1 hr/axis.
1.6.5 Shock during operation
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With CompactFlash disk: 50 G, IEC 60068-2-27, half sine, 11 ms duration
With hard disk: 20 G, IEC 60068-2-27, half sine, 11 ms duration
1.6.6 Safety Certifications
UL, CCC, BSMI
1.6.7 EMC
CE, FCC, CCC, BSMI
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Chapter
2
2
Hardware installation
This chapter introduces external
IO and the installation of
ARK-3440 Hardware.
2.1 I/O Locations
USB1 USB3
USB2 USB4 eSATA
TEMP LED
LINE OUT HDD LED
COM3
COM2
MIC
LINE IN
RESET
POWER
ON/OFF
Figure 2.1 ARK-3440 Front View
ANTENNA
ANTENNA
DC IN
DVI-I
HDMI
COM1
USB5
LAN1 LAN2 USB6
Figure 2.2 ARK-3440 Rear View
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2.2.1 Power ON/OFF Button
ARK-3440 has a Power On/Off button with LED indicators on the front side that show
On status (Green LED) and Off/Suspend status (Orange LED). The Power button
supports dual functions: Soft Power -On/Off (Instant off or Delay 4 Seconds then off),
and Suspend.
2.2.2 Reset Button
ARK-3440 has a Reset button on the front panel. Press the button to activate the
reset function.
Figure 2.4 Reset Button
2.2.3 LED Indicators
There are two LEDs on the front panel that indicate system status: The thermal LED
is for system thermal alarm status; and HDD LED is for HDD and compact flash disk
status.
Figure 2.5 LED Indicators
2.2.4 Audio Connectors
ARK-3440 offers stereo audio ports by three phone jack connectors: Speaker Out,
Line In, and Mic-In. Audio chip is ALC888, compliant with Azalea standard; the
Speaker Out supports 3D surround stereo, with dual 2.2W amplifier.
Figure 2.6 Audio jack connectors
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Figure 2.3 Power ON/OFF Button
Chapter 2
2.2 Front Panel Controls, Indicators, & Connectors
2.2.5 COM Connector
ARK-3440 provides 6 D-sub 9-pin connectors that are serial communication interface
ports. The COM1 on the rear panel supports RS-232/422/485 mode by BIOS selection; COM2 and 3 on the front panel and COM5 and 6 on the internal header only
support RS-232. The COM1 and COM4 default settings are RS-232; if you want to
use RS-422/485, make the change in BIOS setup.
Figure 2.7 COM port connector
Table 2.1: COM standard serial port pin assignments
RS-232
RS-422
RS-485
Pin
Signal Name
Signal Name
Signal Name
1
DCD
Tx-
DATA-
2
RxD
Tx+
DATA+
3
TxD
Rx+
NC
4
DTR
Rx-
NC
5
GND
GND
GND
6
DSR
NC
NC
7
RTS
NC
NC
8
CTS
NC
NC
9
RI
NC
NC
Note: NC represents “No Connection”.
2.2.6 eSATA Connector
ARK-3440 has a 7-pin external connector for an eSATA device. It is fully compliant
with SATA I/SATA II standards, and supports external SATA I/SATA II devices up to
300MB/sec.
Figure 2.8 eSATA connector
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ARK-3440 provides six USB connectors that give complete Plug & Play and hot
swapping for up to 127 external devices. The USB interface complies with USB
UHCI, Rev. 2.0 compliant. The USB interface can be disabled in the system BIOS
setup. Please refer to Table. 2.2 For pin assignments.
The USB connectors are used for connecting any device that conforms to the USB
standard, and many recent digital devices do. The USB interface supports Plug and
Play, which enables you to connect or disconnect a device whenever you want, without turning off the computer.
Table 2.2: USB Connector
Pin
Signal name
Pin
Signal name
1
VCC
2
USB_data-
3
USB_data+
4
GND
2.2.8 Compact Flash Card
ARK-3440 is equipped with an external CF card. You can find the installation in
Chapter 2.5.
2.3 Rear Panel I/O Connectors
2.3.1 Power Input Connector
ARK-3440 comes with a two-pin header that carries 9~34 VDC external power input.
Figure 2.10 Power Input Connector
Table 2.3: Power connector pin assignments
Pin
Signal Name
1
GND
2
3
+9 ~ 34 VDC
+9 ~ 34 VDC
4
GND
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Figure 2.9 USB connector
Chapter 2
2.2.7 USB Connector
2.3.2 Digital Visual Interface Connector (DVI-I)
The ARK-3440 offers an integrated D-sub 24-pin female DVI-I Digital Visual Interface
connector; it carries integrated analog and digital video signals. This supports highspeed, high-resolution digital displays and traditional analog displays.
Figure 2.11 DVI-I Connector
Table 2.4: DVI-I Connector pin assignments
Pin
Signal Name
Pin
Signal Name
1
TMDS Data 2-
2
TMDS Data 2+
3
TMDS Data 2/4 shield
4
TMDS Data 4-
5
TMDS Data 4+
6
DDC clock
7
DDC data
8
Analog vertical sync
9
TMDS Data 1-
10
TMDS Data 1+
11
TMDS Data 1/3 shield
12
TMDS Data 3-
13
TMDS Data 3+
14
+5 V
15
Ground
16
Hot plug detect
17
TMDS data 0-
18
TMDS data 0+
19
TMDS data 0/5 shield
20
TMDS data 5-
21
TMDS data 5+
22
TMDS clock shield
23
TMDS clock+
24
TMDS clock-
C1
Analog red
C2
Analog green
C3
Analog blue
C4
Analog horizontal sync
C5
Analog ground
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An integrated, 19-pin receptacle connector HDMI Type A Interface is provided.
The HDMI link supports resolutions up to [email protected]
Chapter 2
2.3.3 HDMI Connector
Figure 2.12 HDMI receptacle connector
Pin
Signal Name
Pin
Signal Name
1
TMDS Data 2+
2
TMDS Data 2 shield
3
TMDS Data 2-
4
TMDS Data 1+
5
TMDS Data 1 shield
6
TMDS Data 1-
7
TMDS Data 0+
8
TMDS Data 0 shield
9
TTMDS Data 0-
10
TMDS Clock+
11
TMDS Clock shield
12
TMDS Clock-
13
CEC
14
Reserved
15
SCL
16
SDA
17
DDC/CEC Ground
18
+5V
19
Hot Plug Detect
2.3.4 Ethernet Connector (LAN)
ARK-3440 provides two RJ45 connectors for Gigabit LAN interfaces; the board is
equipped with Intel® 82577LM and 82583V Ethernet controllers that are fully compliant with IEEE 802.3u 10/100/1000 Mbps CSMA/CD standards. The Ethernet ports
provide standard RJ-45 jack connectors with LED indicators that show Active/Link
status (Green LED) and Speed status (Yellow LED).
Figure 2.13 Ethernet connector
Table 2.6: RJ-45 Connector pin assignments
Pin
10/100/1000BaseT Signal Name
1
TX+
2
TX-
3
RX+
4
MDI2+
5
MDI2-
6
RX-
7
MDI3+
8
MDI3-
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Table 2.5: HDMI receptacle connector pin assignments
2.3.5 LVDS Connector (Optional)
The ARK-3440 supports a D-Sub 26-pin connector that carries an LVDS signal output, and can direct-connect to LVDS LCD display via external cable. The system also
provides jumper JP5 on the internal motherboard for selecting the LCD signal power
of 5V or 3.3V; please refer to the jumper setting table A.4. The default setting is 3.3V.
Figure 2.14 LVDS Connector (optional)
Table 2.7: LVDS Connector Pin Assignment
Pin
Signal Name
Pin
Signal name
1
LVDS_CLKBP
14
LVDS_CLKBM
2
GND
15
LVDS_YAM0
3
LVDS_YAP0
16
LVDS_YAM1
4
LVDS_YAP1
17
LVDS_YAM2
5
LVDS_YAP2
18
LVDS_CLKAM
6
LVDS_CLKAP
19
GND
7
+3.3 or +5 V
20
+3.3 or +5 V
8
GND
21
LVDS_YAM3
9
LVDS_YAP3
22
LVDS_YBM0
10
LVDS_YBP0
23
LVDS_YBM1
11
LVDS_YBP1
24
LVDS_YBM2
12
LVDS_YBP2
25
LVDS_YBM3
13
LVDS_YBP3
26
GND
2.3.6 LCD Backlight On/Off control Connector (Optional)
The ARK-3440 supports a D-sub 9-pin connector which provides BKLTEN signal as
well as +12 V, +5 V and Ground Pin signals that allow the user to connect these signals to an LCD inverter to implement the LCD On/Off control.
! Provides BKLTEN signal that inverter module requires for inverter on/off control.
! Provides +12 V, + 5 V to serve as the inverter power source. The additional VBR
signal pin may be connected to the LCD inverter to allow the user to achieve
brightness adjustment through customer’s software utility.
Figure 2.15 LCD Backlight connector (optional)
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Pin
Signal name
Pin
Signal name
1
+12 V
6
Reserved
2
GND
7
Reserved
3
BKLTEN
8
Reserved
4
VBR
9
Reserved
5
+5 V
The ARK-3440 supports one D-sub 25-pin female connector, which can serve as a
printer or other communications interface port. Pin assignments are as follows.
Figure 2.16 LPT Connector (optional)
Table 2.9: LPT Connector Pin Assignment
Pin
Signal Name
Pin
Signal name
1
STROBE
14
ALF
2
PD0
15
ERROR
3
PD1
16
INIT
4
PD2
17
SLCTIN
5
PD3
18
GND
6
PD4
19
GND
7
PD5
20
GND
8
PD6
21
GND
9
PD7
22
GND
10
ACK
23
GND
11
BUSY
24
GND
12
PE
25
GND
13
SLCT
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2.3.7 LPT Connector (Optional)
Chapter 2
Table 2.8: LCD Backlight Connector Pin Assignment
2.3.8 DIO Connector (Optional)
The ARK-3440 supports one D-sub 25-pin male connector, which can serve as a digital I/O communication interface port. Pin assignments below.
Figure 2.17 DIO Connector (optional)
Table 2.10: DIO Connector Pin Assignment
Pin
Signal Name
1
DIO0-0
14
DIO1-0
2
DIO0-1
15
DIO1-1
3
DIO0-2
16
DIO1-2
4
DIO0-3
17
DIO1-3
5
DIO0-4
18
DIO1-4
6
DIO0-5
19
DIO1-5
7
DIO0-6
20
DIO1-6
8
DIO0-7
21
DIO1-7
9
GND
22
GND
10
GND
23
GND
11
GND
24
GND
12
+5 V
25
+5 V
13
+5 V
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16
Signal name
1.
2.
3.
4.
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2.4 Memory Installation
Remove the top screws and heatsink.
Remove five screws and heatspreaders.
Insert the memory module into the SODIMM socket.
Reinstall heatspreaders and heatsink.
Hardware installation
Figure 2.18 Memory Installation
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2.5 Compact Flash Installation
1.
2.
Open the front CF/HDD door by loosening the door screw.
Insert the CF card into the CF socket, then reassemble.
Figure 2.19 CF Card installation
2.6 HDD Installation
2.6.1 Internal fixed HDD installation
1.
2.
3.
Remove the bottom cover by unscrewing the 4 screws
Install the 2.5” SATA HDD with the 4 HDD mounting screws.
Connect the SATA signal cable and power cable to the HDD. Replace cover.
Figure 2.20 Internal fixed HDD installation
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1.
2.
3.
Open the front CF/HDD door by loosening the door screw.
Attach the 2.5” SATA HDD to the loader with 4 HDD mounting screws
Slide HDD loader along the rails to the end and fix the lever screw. Replace
door.
2.7 PCI card installation
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove the 4 bottom screws and the bottom cover.
Remove the rser card module.
Insert the PCI extension card into the PCI slot of the riser card module.
Replace the riser card module.
Reassemble the bottom cover.
Figure 2.22 PCI Card Installation
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Figure 2.21 Removable HDD installation
Chapter 2
2.6.2 Removable HDD Installation
2.8 Mini PCI installation
1.
2.
Open the bottom cover and remove the riser card module. (Refer Chapter 2.4)
Insert the Mini PCIe card into the Mini PCIe socket and latch into place.
Figure 2.23 Mini PCI Card Installation
2.9 Antenna Installation
1.
2.
3.
Remove the top heatsink by loosening the four screws. (See Section 2.4.)
Pass the internal antenna cable jack through the antenna hole in the rear panel
and fix it in place by tightening the matching nut.
Attach the external antenna cable, and reassemble the top heatsink.
1
3
2
Figure 2.24 Antenna installation
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Open the bottom cover and follow the illustration and table below for optional cable
installations and connections.
Chapter 2
2.10 Optional Cable Installation
Hardware installation
Figure 2.25 Optional Cable installation
LVDS power cable (P/N:1700009396)*
Rear Panel
Connector
Internal Connector
1
A
LVDS cable (P/N:1700009398)
2
B
COM5 cable (P/N£:1700008871)
3
C
COM6 cable (P/N£:1700008871)
4
D
LPT cable (P/N:1700018187)
5
E
DIO cable (P/N:1700018448)
5
F
Note!
When the LVDS panel power is provided from the system, the LVDS
voltage jumper (JP5) needs to be configured.
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Chapter
3
3
BIOS settings
This chapter introduces how to
set BIOS configurations.
3.1 BIOS Introduction
Advantech provides a current version of the full-featured AMI BIOS that has been
integrated into many motherboards for over a decade. With the AMI BIOS Setup program, users can modify BIOS settings and control various system features. This
chapter describes the basic navigation of the ARK-3440 BIOS setup screens.
AMI's BIOS ROM has a built-in Setup program that allows users to modify the basic
system configuration. This information is stored in NVRAM area so it retains the
Setup information when the power is turned off.
3.2 Entering BIOS Setup
Turn on the computer and check for the "patch code". If there is a number assigned
to the patch code, the on-board CPU is supported by the current BIOS. If there is no
number assigned to the patch code, please contact an Advantech application engineer to obtain an up-to-date patch code file, to ensure the system status of CPU is
valid. Then press <F2> to enter the BIOS Setup menu.
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When users first enter the BIOS Setup Utility, they enter the Main setup screen.
Users can always return to the Main setup screen by selecting the Main tab. There
are two Main Setup options. They are described in this section. The Main BIOS
Setup screen is shown below.
Chapter 3
3.2.1 Main Setup
BIOS settings
Figure 3.1 The Main BIOS setup screen
The Main BIOS setup screen has two main frames. The left frame displays all the
options that can be configured. Grayed-out options cannot be configured; options in
blue can. The right frame displays the key legend.
Above the key legend is an area reserved for a text message. When an option is
selected in the left frame, it is highlighted in white. Often a text message will accompany it.
! System Date / System Time
Use this option to change the system time and date. Highlight System Time or System Date using the <Arrow> keys. Enter new values through the keyboard. Press the
<Tab> key or the <Arrow> keys to move between fields. The date must be entered in
MM/DD/YY format. The time must be entered in HH:MM:SS format.
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Select the Advanced tab from the ARK-3440 setup screen to enter the Advanced
BIOS Setup screen. Users can select any item in the left frame of the screen, such as
PCI Configuration, to go to the sub menu for that item. Users can display an
Advanced BIOS Setup option by highlighting it using the <Arrow> keys. All Advanced
BIOS Setup options are described in this section. The Advanced BIOS Setup screen
is shown below. The sub menus are described on the following pages.
Figure 3.2 The Advanced BIOS setup screen
!
!
!
!
Legacy OpROM Support
Launch PXE OpROM: Enable or Disable Boot Option for Legacy Network
Devices.
Disabled [Default]
Enabled
Launch Storage OpROM: Enable or Disable Boot Option for Legacy Mass
Storage Devices with Option ROM.
Disabled
Enabled [Default]
PCI Subsystem Settings
– PCI Bus Driver Version
– PCI ROM Priority: Specifies what PCI Option ROM to launch.
Legacy ROM
EFI Compatible ROM [Default]
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!
– PCI Common Settings
PCI Latency Timer: Value to be programmed into PCI Latency Timer Register.
32 PCI Bus Clocks [Default]
64 PCI Bus Clocks
96 PCI Bus Clocks
128 PCI Bus Clocks
160 PCI Bus Clocks
192 PCI Bus Clocks
224 PCI Bus Clocks
248 PCI Bus Clocks
– VGA Palette Snoop: Enables or Disables VGA Palette Register Snooping.
Disabled [Default]
Enabled
ACPI Settings
– Enable ACPI Auto Configuration: Enables or Disables BIOS ACPI Auto
Configuration.
Disabled [Default]
Enabled
– Enable Hibernation: Enables or Disables System ability to hibernate (OS/S4
Sleep State). This option may be not effective with some OSs.
Disabled [Default]
Enabled
– ACPI Sleep State: Select the highest ACPI sleep state the system will enter,
when the SUSPEND button is pressed.
Suspend Disabled
S1 (CPU Stop Clock)
S3 (Suspend to RAM) [Default]
S5 RTC Wake Settings: Enable system to wake from S5 using RTC alarm.
Wake system with Fixed Time: Enable or disable System wake on alarm event.
When enabled, System will wake on the hr::min::sec specified.
Disabled [Default]
Enabled
– Wake system with Dynamic Time: Enable or disable System wake on
alarm event. When enabled, System will wake on the current time + Increase
minute(s).
Disabled [Default]
Enabled
CPU Configuration: CPU Configuration Parameters.
– Hyper-threading: Enabled for Windows XP and Linux (OS optimized for
Hyper-Threading Technology) and Disabled for other OS (OS not optimized
for Hyper-Threading Technology). When Disabled only one thread per
enabled core is enabled.
Disabled
Enabled [Default]
!
!
– Active Processor Cores: Number of cores to enable in each processor
package.
All [Default]
1
2
– Limit CPUID Maximum: Disabled for Windows XP.
Disabled [Default]
Enabled
– Hardware Prefetcher: To turn on/off the MLC streamer prefetcher.
Disabled
Enabled [Default]
– Adjacent Cache Line Prefetch: To turn on/off prefetching of adjacent cache
lines.
Disabled
Enabled [Default]
– Intel Virtualization Technology: When enabled, a VMM can utilize the addional hardware capabilities provided by Vander pool Technology.
Disabled [Default]
Enabled
– Power Technology: Enable the power management features.
Disable
Energy Efficient [Default]
Custom
– TDC Limit: Turbo-XE Mode Processor TDC Limit in 1/8 A granularity. 0
means using the factory-configured value.
– TDP Limit: Turbo-XE Mode Processor TDP Limit in 1/8 W granularity. 0
means using the factory-configured value.
SATA Configuration: SATA Devices Configuration.
SATA Mode: 1) IDE Mode. (2) AHCI Mode. (3) RAID Mode.
Disable
IDE Mode [Default]
AHCI Mode
RAID Mode
– Serial-ATA Controller 0: Enable / Disable Serial ATA Controller 0.
Disable
Enhanced
Compatible [Default]
Intel IGD SWSCI OpRegion: Intel IGD SWSCI OpRegion Function.
– DVMT/FIXED Memory: Select DVMT/FIXED Mode Memory size used by
Internal Graphics Device.
128MB
256MB [Default]
Maximum
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– IGD - Boot Type: Select the Video Device which will be activated during
POST. This has no effect if external graphics present.
VBIOS Default
CRT
LVDS
CRT + LVDS
DVI
HDMI
CRT + DVI [Default]
– LCD Panel Type: Select LCD panel used by Internal Graphics Device by
selecting the appropriate setup item.
VBIOS Default [Default]
640x480 LVDS
800x600 LVDS
1024x768 LVDS
1280x1024 LVDS
1400x1050 LVDS
1600x1200 LVDS
1280x768 LVDS
1680x1050 LVDS
1920x1200 LVDS
1600x900 LVDS
1280x800 LVDS
1280x600 LVDS
2048x1536 LVDS
– Panel Scaling: Select the LCD panel scaling option used by the Internal
Graphics Device.
Auto [Default]
Force Scaling
Off
Maintain Aspect Ratio
– Backlight Control: Back Light Control Setting.
PWM Inverted [Default]
PWM Normal
GMBus Inverted
GMBus Normal
– BIA Control
VBIOS Default [Default]
Disabled
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
Level 5
– Spread Spectrum clock Chip: Hardware: Spread is controlled by chip; Software: Spread is controlled by BIOS.
Off [Default]
Hardware
Software
– ALS Support: Valid only for ACPI. Legacy = ALS Support through the IGD
INT10 function. ACPI = ALS support through an ACPI ALS driver.
Enabled
Disabled [Default]
– Gfx Low Power Mode: This option is applicable for SFF only.
Enabled
Disabled [Default]
Active LFP: Select the Active LFP Configuration. No LVDS/VBIOS: does not enable LVDS. IntLVDS: VBIOS enables LVDS driver by integrated encoder. SDVO LVDS: VBIOS enables
LVDS driver by SDVO encoder. eDP / LVDS: Driven by Int-DisplayPort encoder.
No LVDS
Int-LVDS [Default]
SDVO LVDS
eDP Port-A
eDP Port-D
– Panel Color Depth: Select the LFP Panel Color Depth.
18 Bit
24 Bit
!
!
!
Intel TDT(AT-p) Configurations: Disabling TDT allows user to login to platform. This is strictly for testing only. This does not disable TDT Services in ME.
– Intel Theft Deterrence Technology Configuration: Enable/Disable TDT in
BIOS for testing only.
– TDT: Enable/Disable TDT in BIOS for testing only.
Disabled [Default]
Enabled
Intel TXT(LT) Configuration: Intel Trusted Execution Technology
Intel TXT(LT) Support
Disabled [Default]
Enabled
USB Configuration: USB Configuration Parameters
– Legacy USB Support: Enables Legacy USB support. AUTO option disables
legacy support if no USB devices are connected. DISABLE option will keep
USB devices available only for EFI applications.
Enabled [Default]
Disabled
Auto
– EHCI Hand-off: This is a workaround for OSes without EHCI hand-off support. The EHCI ownership change should be claimed by EHCI driver.
Disabled
Enabled [Default]
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– Device Reset timeout: USB mass storage device Start Unit command timeout.
10 sec
20 sec [Default]
30 sec
40 sec
– Device Reset timeout: USB mass storage device Start Unit command timeout.
10 sec
20 sec [Default]
30 sec
40 sec
– USB 2.0 USB Flash Drive 0.00: Mass storage device emulation type.
'AUTO' enumerates devices according to their media format. Optical drives
are emulated as 'CDROM', drives with no media will be emulated according
to a drive type.
Auto [Default]
Floppy
Forced FDD
Hard Disk
CD-ROM
Super IO Configuration: System Super IO Chip Parameters.
– Parallel Port Configuration: Set Parameters of Parallel Port (LPT/LPTE)
– Parallel Port: Enable or Disable Parallel Port (LPT/LPTE)
Disabled
Enabled [Default]
– Change Settings: Select optimal settings for Super IO Device.
Auto [Default]
IO=378h; IRQ=5;
IO=378h; IRQ=3,4,5,6,7,10,11,12;
IO=278h; IRQ=3,4,5,6,7,10,11,12;
IO=3BCh; IRQ=3,4,5,6,7,10,11,12;
IO=378h;
IO=278h;
IO=3BCh;
– Device Mode: Change the Printer Port mode.
STD Printer Mode [Default]
SPP Mode
EPP-1.9 and SPP Mode
EPP-1.7 and SPP Mode
ECP Mode
ECP and EPP 1.9 Mode
ECP and EPP 1.7 Mode
!
!
ARK-3440 FEATURES: CRB Board Parameters
– COM1 MODE: COM SPEED RS232/422/485 MODE.
RS232 [Default]
RS422
RS485
– COM4 MODE: COM SPEED RS232/422/485 MODE.
RS232 [Default]
RS422
RS485
– 82577 LAN SWITCH: LAN Enable/Disable.
DISABLED
ENABLED [Default]
– 82583 LAN SWITCH: LAN Enable/Disable.
DISABLED
ENABLED [Default]
Serial Port Console Redirection: Serial Port Console Redirection.
– Console Redirection: Console Redirection Enable/Disable.
DISABLED
ENABLED [Default]
– Terminal Type: VT-UTF8 is the preferred terminal type for out-of-band management. The next best choice is VT100+ and then VT100. See above, in
Console Redirection Settings page, for more Help with Terminal Type/Emulation.
VT100
VT100+
VT-UTF8 [Default]
ANSI
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Select the Chipset tab from the ARK-3440 setup screen to enter the Chipset BIOS
Setup screen. Users can select any item in the left frame of the screen, such as PCI
Configuration, to go to the sub menu for that item. Users can display a Chipset BIOS
Setup option by highlighting it using the <Arrow> keys. All Chipset BIOS Setup
options are described in this section. The Chipset BIOS Setup screen is shown
below. The sub menus are described on the following pages.
Chapter 3
3.4 Chipset BIOS Feature Setup
BIOS settings
Figure 3.3 The Chipset BIOS setup screen
!
!
Enable CRID: Enable Compatible Revision ID.
Disabled [Default]
Enabled
North Bridge: North Bridge Parameters.
– Low MMIO Align: Low MMIO resources align at 64MB/1024MB.
64M [Default]
1024M
– Initate Graphic Adapter: Select which graphics controller to use as the primary boot device.
IGD
PCI/IGD
PCI/PEG
PEG/IGD [Default]
PEG/PCI
– VT-d: VT-d Enable/Disable.
Disabled [Default]
Enabled
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– PCI Express Compliance Mode: PCI Express Compliance Testing Mode.
Disabled [Default]
Enabled
– PCI Express Port: PCI Express.
Disabled
Enabled
Auto [Default]
– IGD Memory: IGD Share Memory Size.
Disabled
32M [Default]
64M
128M
– PAVP Mode: Select PAVP Mode used by Internal Graphics Device.
Disabled [Default]
Enabled
– PEG Force Gen1: PCI Express Port Force Gen1.
Disabled [Default]
Enabled
South Bridge: South Bridge Parameters.
– SMBus Controller: SMBus Controller Help.
Disabled
Enabled [Default]
– GbE Controller: GbE Controller help.
Disabled
Enabled [Default]
– Wake on Lan from S5: Wake on Lan from S5 help.
Disabled [Default]
Enabled
– Restore AC Power Loss: Restore AC Power Loss help.
Power Off [Default]
Power On
Last State
– SLP_S4 Assertion Stretch Enable: Select a minimum assertion width of the
SLP_S4# signal.
Disable
Enable [Default]
– SLP_S4 Assertion Width: SLP_S4 Assertion Width help.
1-2 Seconds
2-3 Seconds
3-4 Seconds
4-5 Seconds [Default]
– Azalia HD Audio: Enable / Disable Azalia HD Audio.
Disabled
Enabled [Default]
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– Azalia internal HDMI codec: Enable/Disable internal HDMI codec for Azalia.
Disabled [Default]
Enabled
– High Precision Timer: Enable or Disable the High Precision Event Timer.
Disabled
Enabled [Default]
– PCI Express Ports Configuration: PCI Express Ports Configuration
– PCI Express Port 1: Enable or Disable the PCI Express Ports in the Chipset.
Disabled
Enabled
Auto [Default]
– PCI Express Port2: Enable or Disable the PCI Express Ports in the Chipset.
Disabled
Enabled
Auto [Default]
– PCI Express Port 3: Enable or Disable the PCI Express Ports in the Chipset.
Disabled
Enabled
Auto [Default]
– PCI Express Port 4: Enable or Disable the PCI Express Ports in the Chipset.
Disabled
Enabled
Auto [Default]
– PCI Express Port 5: Enable or Disable the PCI Express Ports in the Chipset.
Disabled
Enabled
Auto [Default]
– PCI Express Port 6: Enable or Disable the PCI Express Ports in the Chipset.
Disabled
Enabled
Auto [Default]
– PCI Express Port 7: Enable or Disable the PCI Express Ports in the Chipset.
Disabled
Enabled
Auto [Default]
– PCI Express Port 8: Enable or Disable the PCI Express Ports in the Chipset.
Disabled
Enabled
Auto [Default]
– USB Configuration: USB Configuration
– All USB Devices: Enable / Disable All USB Devices.
Disabled
Enabled [Default]
– EHCI Controller 1: Enable / Disable USB 2.0 (EHCI) Support.
Disabled
Enabled [Default]
– EHCI Controller 2: Enable / Disable USB 2.0 (EHCI) Support.
Disabled
Enabled [Default]
– RMH Support: Enable / Disable RMH Support; AUTO: Only Enable RMH
support on Ibex Peak B0 Stepping.
Disabled
Enabled
Auto [Default]
– USB Port 0: Enable / Disable USB Port 0.
Disabled
Enabled [Default]
– USB Port 1: Enable / Disable USB Port 1.
Disabled
Enabled [Default]
– USB Port 2: Enable / Disable USB Port 2.
Disabled
Enabled [Default]
– USB Port 3: Enable / Disable USB Port 3.
Disabled
Enabled [Default]
– USB Port 4: Enable / Disable USB Port 4.
Disabled
Enabled [Default]
– USB Port 5: Enable / Disable USB Port 5.
Disabled
Enabled [Default]
– USB Port 6: Enable / Disable USB Port 6.
Disabled
Enabled [Default]
– USB Port 7: Enable / Disable USB Port 7.
Disabled
Enabled [Default]
– USB Port 8: Enable / Disable USB Port 8.
Disabled
Enabled [Default]
– USB Port 9: Enable / Disable USB Port 9.
Disabled
Enabled [Default]
– USB Port 10: Enable / Disable USB Port 10.
Disabled
Enabled [Default]
– USB Port 11: Enable / Disable USB Port 11.
Disabled
Enabled [Default]
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Select the BOOT tab from the SOM-5788 setup screen to enter the BOOT BIOS
Setup screen. Users can select any item in the left frame of the screen, such as PCI
Configuration, to go to the sub menu for that item. Users can display a BOOT BIOS
Setup option by highlighting it using the <Arrow> keys. All BOOT BIOS Setup options
are described in this section. The BOOT BIOS Setup screen is shown below. The sub
menus are described on the following pages.
Chapter 3
3.5 Boot BIOS Feature Setup
BIOS settings
Figure 3.4 The Chipset BIOS setup screen
!
!
!
!
Quiet Boot: Enables/Disables Quiet Boot option.
Disabled [Default]
Enabled
Fast Boot: Enables/Disables boot with initialization of a minimal set of devices
required to launch active boot option. Has no effect for BBS boot options.
Disabled
Enabled [Default]
Bootup NumLock State: Select the keyboard NumLock state.
On [Default]
Off
GateA20 Active: UPON REQUEST - GA20 can be disabled using BIOS services. ALWAYS - do not allow disabling GA20; this option is useful when any RT
code is executed above 1MB.
Upon Request [Default]
Always
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!
!
!
Option ROM Messages: Set display mode for Option ROM.
Force BIOS [Default]
Keep Current
Interrupt 19 Capture: Enabled: Allows Option ROMs to trap Int 19.
Disabled [Default]
Enabled
Boot Option Priorities: Sets the system boot order.
Hard Drive BBS Priorities:Sets the order of the legacy devices in this group.
3.6 Security BIOS Feature Setup
Select the BOOT tab from the ARK-3440 setup screen to enter the Security BIOS
Setup screen. Users can select any item in the left frame of the screen. Users can
display a Security BIOS Setup option by highlighting it using the <Arrow> keys. All
Security BIOS Setup options are described in this section. The Security BIOS Setup
screen is shown below. The sub menus are described on the following pages
Figure 3.5 The Security BIOS setup screen
!
!
Administrator Password: Set up Administrator Password. When set, limits
access to BIOS Setup.
User Password: Set User Password. When set, limits machine boot and
access to BIOS Setup.
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Select the BOOT tab from the ARK-3440 setup screen to enter the save BIOS Setup
screen. Users can select any item in the left frame of the screen. Users can display a
save BIOS Setup option by highlighting it using the <Arrow> keys. All save BIOS
Setup options are described in this section. The save BIOS Setup screen is shown
below. The sub menus are described on the following pages.
Chapter 3
3.7 Save & Exit BIOS Feature Setup
BIOS settings
Figure 3.6 The Save & Exit BIOS setup screen
!
!
!
!
Save Changes and Exit: Exit system setup after saving the changes.
Save configuration and exit?
Yes [Default]
No
Discard Changes and Exit: Exit system setup without saving any changes.
Quit without saving?
Yes [Default]
No
Save Changes and Reset: Reset the system after saving the changes.
Save configuration and reset?
Yes [Default]
No
Discard Changes and Reset: Reset system setup without saving any changes.
Reset without saving?
Yes [Default]
No
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!
!
!
!
!
Save Changes: Save Changes done so far to any of the setup options.
Save configuration?
Yes [Default]
No
Discard Changes: Discard Changes done so far to any of the setup options.
Load Previous Values?
Yes [Default]
No
Restore Defaults: Restore/Load Defaults values for all the setup options.
Load Optimized Defaults?
Yes [Default]
No
Save as User Defaults: Save the changes done so far as User Defaults.
Save configuration?
Yes [Default]
No
Restore User Defaults: Restore the User Defaults to all the setup options.
Restore User Defaults?
Yes [Default]
No
Restore User Defaults: Restore the User Defaults to all the setup options.
Restore User Defaults?
Yes [Default]
No
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Chapter
4
4
Software Installation
This chapter introduces driver
installation.
4.1 Driver Installation
4.1.1 Chipset driver installation
1.
Please change folder address to \Driver\00-PCH, and execute infinst_autol.exe.
2.
Click "Next" button to go to the next step.
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Click “Next” to exit Readme File Information window.
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Click “Yes” to accept the License Agreement.
Chapter 4
3.
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Click “Next” button to continue.
6.
Select "Yes, I want to restart this computer now," and click the "Finish" button.
The computer will restart automatically. Driver installation is then complete.
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4.1.2.1 Install "Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0"
1. Please navigate to folder \Driver\01-Graphic, and execute dotnetfx3.exe.
Chapter 4
4.1.2 Graphic Driver Installation
Software Installation
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Select "I have read and ACCEPT the terms of the License Agreement" and click
"Install" button.
3.
Click "Exit".
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4.1.2.2 Install Graphic Driver
1. Change folder address to \Driver\01-Graphic\win2k_xp. And double click to execute setup.exe.
Software Installation
2.
Click "Next" button to skip through welcome window.
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Click "Yes" to accept the License Agreement.
4.
Click "Next" to exit Readme File Information window.
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Click "Next" button to continue.
6.
Select "Yes, I want to restart this computer now," and click the "Finish" button.
The computer will restart automatically, after which driver installation is complete.
Chapter 4
5.
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4.1.3 Audio Driver Installation
1.
Please navigate to folder \Driver\02-Audio, and execute WDM_R190.exe.
2.
Click "Next" button to skip welcome message.
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Select "Yes, I want to restart this computer now," and click the "Finish" button.
The computer will restart automatically, after which driver installation will be
complete.
Software Installation
4.1.4 LAN Driver Installation
1.
Chapter 4
3.
Please navigate to \Driver\03-LAN directory and execute Autorun.
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Select "Install Drivers and Software".
3.
Click "Next" button to go to the next step.
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5.
Select Drivers -> Intel(R) PROSet for Windows* Device Manager -> Advanced
Networks Services [by default setting]. And click "Next" button to next step.
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Select "I accept the terms in the license agreement", and click "Next" button.
Chapter 4
4.
6.
Click "Install" button to start Installation.
7.
The network driver installation is completed. Click "Finish" button to exit
InstallShield.
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Appendix
A
A
Function Settings
A.1 Function Setting
Figure A.1 Top View
Figure A.2 Bottom View
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JP1
ATX / AT Mode switch
Footprint
3x1 Pin
Setting
Function
(1-2)
AT
(2-3)
ATX Mode (default)
Table A.2: PCI Express mini card version select
JP2 / JP6
mini PCI Express mini card version select
Footprint
3x1 Pin
Setting
Function
(1-2)
Ver. 1.2(default)
(2-3)
Ver. 1.1
Table A.3: Clear CMOS
JP3
Clear CMOS
Footprint
3x1 Pin
Setting
Function
(1-2)
Normal(default)
(2-3)
Clear CMOS
Table A.4: Internal LVDS panel power select
JP5
Internal LVDS panel power select
Footprint
3x1 Pin
Setting
Function
(1-2)
3.3V for LVDS panel power select(Default)
(2-3)
5V for LVDS panel power select
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Table A.1: ATX / AT Mode switch
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Appendix
B
B
Display Application
B.1 Introduction
The ARK-3440 has an onboard Intel® QM57 chipset for its PCIE controller. It supports LVDS DVI and HDMI displays and conventional analog CRT monitors. The
VGA controller can drive CRT displays with resolutions up to 2048 x 1536 @ 60Hz,
support 48 bits LVDS display mode up to UXGA panel resolution with frequency
range from 25-MHz to 112-MHz.
Figure B.1 BIOS VGA setting
B.2 LVDS
LVDS is an electrical signaling system that can run at very high speeds over inexpensive twisted-pair copper cables. It was introduced in 1994, and has since become
very popular in computers, especially in very high-speed networks and computer
buses.
The ARK-3440 supports up to 48-bit LVDS display mode up to UXGA panel resolution, with transmit clock frequency ranges from 25MHz to 112MHz. The default setting for "IGD - Boot Type" is "CRT + EFP". Please refer to Chpater 2/2.3.5 “LVDS
Connector” for setup details.
B.3 Dual Display
A multiple monitor setup increases the net display area of a system and can be an
inexpensive way of improving computer usage. Resulting display area after upgrading to a multi-monitor configuration is limited by the size, resolution, and number of
monitors. The two monitors used can be of different types (CRT+EFP, CRT+LFP)
and different sizes. The operating system manages the monitors' resolutions independently.
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! Clone mode
Initially on PCs, the multiple output interface was designed to display the same image
on all output interfaces (sometimes referred to as mirroring or cloning). This reflected
the fact that these video cards were originally used in presentations where the user
typically had his or her face to the audience with a duplicate of the projected image
available to the presenter.
! Span mode
Alternatively, some video cards are able to "span" the existing desktop area across
two monitors rather than create additional desktop space. This is accomplished by
using a resolution such as 2048x768 each monitor at 1024x768 resolutions. Each
monitor needs to have the same color depth settings, and often the same refresh
rate. Differing resolutions may result in issues pertaining to some screen space not
being assigned to either monitor.
! Extended mode
In "extended" mode, additional desktop area is created on additional monitors. Each
monitor can use different settings (resolution, color, refresh rate). Macintosh computers have supported the "extended desktop" concept since the late 1980s, increasing
the platform's utility for professional media and software developers such as graphic
designers, video editors, and game developers.
The concept was further developed by PC manufacturers and led to the "extended"
or "independent displays" mode and the "spanning" or "stretched" display mode. In
both of these modes, display devices are positioned next to each other in order to
create the illusion that the two displays are logically contiguous.
B.4 Display Resolution Setting
The ARK-3440 can drive CRT displays with resolutions up to 2048 x [email protected]
and support up to 48 bits LVDS display mode up to UXGA panel resolution with frequency range from 25MHz to 112MHz.
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B.3.1 Display modes
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Appendix
C
C
Application Notes
C.1 RS-485 Supports Auto Flow Control
ARK-3440 COM1 port connector located on the rear panel and COM4 can be configured to operate in RS-232, RS-422 or RS-485 mode by adjusting the "Onboard Serial
port 3 Mode" & "Onboard Serial port 4 Mode" of "Integrated Peripherals" in the BIOS.
Refer to Chapter 3 "BIOS Operation" for details on changing this setting. The default
setting for both COM1 and COM4 is RS-232.
Figure C.1 BIOS COM port setting
C.1.1 Flow Control, Introduction
Consider the situation where someone is helping you harvest papayas from a tree.
Your helper climbs up the tree and throws the papayas down to you. You have to put
them in buckets. In the normal situation, you can easily catch the papayas, but when
one bucket is full and it has to be replaced by an empty one, this action takes more
time than is available between two papayas thrown by your helper.
Two different things can occur. Your helper stops until the new bucket is in position,
or some papayas are damaged because they fall on the (rock hard, as it happens)
ground in the small period you are not able to catch them.
You would probably prefer the first method where your helper stops for a short time.
To achieve this, there will be some communication, eye-contact, a yell, or something
like that to stop him/her from throwing new papayas. How simple, but is it always this
simple? Consider the situation where one computer device sends information to
another using a serial connection. Now and then, the receiver needs to do some
other actions, to write the contents of its buffers to disk for example. In this period of
time no new information can be received. Some communication back to the sender is
needed to stop the flow of bytes on the line. A method must be present to tell the
sender to pause. To do this, both software and hardware protocols have been
defined.
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Both software and hardware flow control need software to perform the handshaking
task. This makes the term software flow control somewhat misleading. What is meant
is that with hardware flow control, additional lines are present in the communication
cable which signal handshaking conditions. With software flow control, which is also
known as XON-XOFF flow control, bytes are sent to the sender using the standard
communication lines.
Using hardware flow control requires that more lines be present between the sender
and the receiver, leading to a thicker and more expensive cable. Therefore, software
flow control is a good alternative if it is not needed to gain maximum performance in
communications. Software flow control makes use of the data channel between the
two devices, which reduces the bandwidth a bit. The reduction of bandwidth is in
most cases however not so astonishing that it is a reason to not use it.
Two bytes have been predefined in the ASCII character set to be used with software
flow control. These bytes are named XOFF and XON, because they can stop and
restart transmitting. The byte value of XOFF is 19, it can be simulated by pressing
Ctrl-S on the keyboard. XON has the value 17 assigned which is equivalent to Ctrl-Q.
Using software flow control is easy. If sending of characters must be postponed, the
character XOFF is sent on the line, to restart the communication again XON is used.
Sending the XOFF character only stops the communication in the direction of the
device which issued the XOFF.
This method has a few disadvantages. One was already mentioned: using bytes on
the communication channel takes up some bandwidth. One other reason is more
severe. Handshaking is mostly used to prevent an overrun of the receiver buffer, the
buffer in memory used to store the recently received bytes. If an overrun occurs, this
affects the way new incoming characters on the communication channel are handled.
In the worst case where software has been designed badly, these characters are
thrown away without checking them. If such a character is XOFF or XON, the flow of
communication can be severely damaged. The sender will continuously supply new
information if the XOFF is lost, or never send new information if no XON was
received.
This also holds for communication lines where signal quality is bad. What happens if
the XOFF or XON message is not received clearly because of noise on the line? Special precaution is also necessary that the information sent does not contain the XON
or XOFF characters as information bytes.
Therefore, serial communication using software flow control is only acceptable when
communication speeds are not too high, and the probability that buffer overruns or
data damage occur are minimal.
C.1.3 Hardware Flow Control
Hardware flow control is superior compared to software flow control using the XON
and XOFF characters. The main problem is that an extra hardware investment is
needed. Extra lines are necessary in the communication cable to carry the handshaking information.
Hardware flow control is sometimes referred to as RTS / CTS flow control. This term
mentions the extra input and outputs used on the serial device to perform this type of
handshaking. RTS / CTS in its original outlook is used for handshaking between a
computer and a device connected to it such as a modem.
First, the computer sets its RTS line to signal the device that some information is
present. The device checks if there is room to receive the information and if so, it sets
the CTS line to start the transfer. When using a null modem connection, this is somewhat different. There are two ways to handle this type of handshaking in that sitiuation.
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C.1.2 Software Flow Control
One is, where the RTS of each side is connected with the CTS side of the other. In
that way, the communication protocol differs somewhat from the original one. The
RTS output of computer A signals computer B that A is capable of receiving information, rather than a request for sending information as in the original configuration.
This type of communication can be performed with a null modem cable for full handshaking. Although using this cable is not completely compatible with the original way
hardware flow control was designed, if software is properly designed for it, it can
achieve the highest possible speed because no overhead is present for requesting
on the RTS line and answering on the CTS line.
In the second situation of null modem communication with hardware flow control, the
software side looks quite similar to the original use of the handshaking lines. The
CTS and RTS lines of one device are connected directly to each other. This means,
that the request to send query answers itself. As soon as the RTS output is set, the
CTS input will detect a high logical value indicating that sending of information is
allowed. This implies, that information will always be sent as soon as sending is
requested by a device if no further checking is present. To prevent this from happening, two other pins on the connector are used, the data set ready DSR and the data
terminal ready DTR. These two lines indicate if the device attached is working properly and willing to accept data. When these lines are cross-connected (as in most null
modem cables) flow control can be performed using these lines. A DTR output is set,
if that computer accepts incomming characters.
C.1.4 How to Implement
Implementing proper flow control can give some headaches. The main problems are
the numerous ways it can be done and especially for null modem connections, the
lack of a standard way of doing. The best way to implement rigid flow control in your
software is to use preprogrammed routines from a reliable source. The problems
involved in the own development of communication routines is often not worth the
effort compared to the relative low prices of professional communication libraries. A
good library is the COMM-DRV/Lib from Willies Computer Software Co. This library
supports all versions of Windows and MS-DOS. XModem, YModem and ZModem file
transfer routines are provided and all source code is included. Includes also Modem
handling and string handling routines.
C.2 WOL Setting
C.2.1 Introduction
Wake on LAN (WOL, sometimes WoL) is an Ethernet computer networking standard
that allows a computer to be turned on or woken up remotely by a network message.
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Wake on LAN (WoL) support is implemented on the motherboard of a computer.
Most modern motherboards with an embedded Ethernet controller support WoL without the need for an external cable. Older motherboards must have a WAKEUP-LINK
header onboard and connected to the network card via a special 3-pin cable; however, systems supporting the PCI 2.2 standard coupled with a PCI 2.2 compliant network adapter typically do not require a WoL cable as the required standby power is
relayed through the PCI bus.
PCI version 2.2 has PME (Power Management Events). What this means is that PCI
cards can send and receive PME via the PCI socket directly, without the need for a
WOL cable.
Laptops powered by the Intel 3945 chipset or newer (with explicit BIOS support)
allow waking up the machine using wireless (802.11 protocol). This is called Wake on
Wireless LAN (WoWLAN).
Wake on LAN must be enabled in the Power Management section of the motherboard's BIOS. It may also be necessary to configure the computer to reserve power
for the network card when the system is shutdown.
In addition, in order to get WoL to work it is sometimes required to enable this feature
on the card. This can be done in Microsoft Windows from the properties of the network card in the device manager, on the "Power Management" tab. Check "Allow this
device to bring the computer out of standby" and then "Only allow management stations to bring the computer out of standby" to make sure it does not wake up on all
network activity.
C.2.3 How WoL Works
Wake-on-LAN is not restricted to LAN (Local area network) traffic.
The general process of waking a computer up remotely over a network connection
can be explained thusly:
The target computer is shut down (Sleeping, Hibernating or Soft Off, i.e. ACPI state
G1 or G2), with power reserved for the network card. The network card listens for a
specific packet, called the "Magic Packet." The Magic Packet is broadcast on the
broadcast address for that particular subnet (or an entire LAN, though this requires
special hardware and/or configuration). When the listening computer receives this
packet, the network card checks the packet for the correct information. If the Magic
Packet is valid, the network card turns on the computer to full power and boots the
operating system.
The magic packet is sent on the data link or OSI-2 layer and broadcast to all NICs
(within the network of the broadcast address). Therefore, it does not matter whether
the remote host has a fixed or dynamic IP-address (OSI-3 layer).
In order for Wake on LAN to work, parts of the network interface need to stay on. This
increases the standby power used by the computer. If Wake on LAN is not needed,
turning it off may reduce power consumption while the computer is off but still
plugged in.
C.2.4 Magic Packet
The Magic Packet is a broadcast frame containing anywhere within its payload 6
bytes of ones (resulting in hexadecimal FF FF FF FF FF FF) followed by sixteen repetitions of the target computer's MAC address.
Since the Magic Packet is only scanned for the string above, and not actually parsed
by a full protocol stack, it may be sent as a broadcast packet of any network- and
transport-layer protocol. It is typically sent as a UDP datagram to port 0, 7 or 9, or, in
former times, as an IPX packet.
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C.2.2 System Requirements - PC Compatible
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Appendix
D
Watchdog Timer
Programming
D
D.1 Watchdog Timer Programming
1.
2.
SMBus Address: Pin 3 internal pull up 100K = 0X9C, External pull up 4.7K =
0X6E2.
Enable WDT function: Configuration and function select register Index-03h3.
Table D.1: Index-03h
Bit
Name
P/W
1-0
PIN10_MODE R/W
PWR
Description
VSB3V
00:GPI010 01: LED10 IN this mode can use
REG Ox06(bit1,0) to select LED frequency.
3. Watchdog Control: Watchdog Timer Control Register - Index 36h
Power-on default [7:0] =0000_0000b
Table D.2: Watchdog Timer Index 36h
Bit
Name
P/W
PWR
Description
7
Reserved
RO
VSB3V
Read will return 0.
6
STS WD
TMOUT
R/W
VSB3V
Watchdog is timeout. When the watchdog is
timeout, this bit will be set to one. If set to 1,
write 1 will clear this bit. Write 0, no effect.
5
WD ENABLE R/W
VSB3V
Enable watchdog timer.
4
WD PULSE
R/W
VSB3V
Watchdog output level or pulse. If set 0
(default), the pin of watchdog is level output, if
write 1, the pin will output with a pulse.
3
WD UNIT
R/W
VSB3V
Watchdog unit select. Default 0 is select second. Write 1 to select minute.
2
WD HACTIVE
VSB3V
Program WD2 output level. If set to 1 and
watchdog asserted, the pin will be high. If set to
0 and watchdog asserted, this pin will drive low
(default).
VSB3V
Watchdog pulse width selection. If the pin output is selected to pulse mode. The pulse width
can be choice.
00b- 1m second.
01b- 20m second.
10b -100m second.
11b- 4 second.
1-0
WD_PS
WIDTH
RW
RW
4. Watchdog reset timing control: Watchdog Timer Range Register - Index 37h
Power-on default [7:0] =0000_0000b
Table D.3: Watchdog Timer Range - Index 37h
Bit
Name
P/W
PWR
Description
7-0
WD_TIME
R/W
VSB3V
Watchdog timing range from 0 - 255. The unit is
either second or minute programmed by the
watchdog timer control register bits.
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Appendix
E
E
Programming GPIO
Advantech provides SUSI (Secure & Unified Smart Interface) API for customers. This
is a set of user-friendly, intelligent, and integrated application programming interfaces, which shortens development time, enhances security and offers add-on value
for Advantech platform users. SUSI makes applications easier and simpler to build
and operate. For the detailed GPIO register, please see below.
E.1 GPIO Register
1.
Configuration and function select Register - Index 03h.
Table E.1: Index-03h
Bit
Name
P/W
PWR
Description
4-3
PIN12_MODE
RW
VSB3V
00: GPIO12 01: LED12 IN tills mode can use
REG Ox06(bit5,4) to select LED frequency. 10:
IRQ 11:WDTOUT11#:
2
PIN11_MODE
RW
VSB3V
0: GPI011 1: LED11 IN this mode can use
REG Ox06(brt3,2) to select LED frequency.
2.
Configuration and function select Register - Index 04h.
Table E.2: Index-04h
Bit
Name
P/W
PWR
Description
1
PIN5_MODE
RW
VSB3V
0: GPI0171: LED17 IN this mode can use REG
Ox07(bit7, 6) to select LED frequency.
0
PIN4_MODE
RW
VSB3V
0: GPIO161: LED16 IN this mode can use
REG Ox07(bit5, 4) to select LED frequency.
3.
Configuration and function select Register - Index 05h.
Table E.3: Index-05h
Bit
Name
P/W
PWR
Description
2
PIN23_MODE
RW
VSB3V
0: GPIO241: LED24 IN this mode can use
REG 0x09 (bit 1, 0) to select LED frequency.
1
PIN21_MODE
RW
VSB3V
0: GPI0251: LED25 IN this mode can use REG
0x09 (bit 3, 2) to select LED frequency.
0
PIN21_MODE
RW
VSB3V
0: GPIO261: LED26 IN this mode can use
REG 0x09 (bit5, 4) to select LED frequency.
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GPIOIx Output Control Register - Index 10h.
Table E.4: Index-10h
Bit
Name
7
6
2
1
5.
P/W
PWR
Description
GP17JX CTRL RW
VSB3V
GPIO 17 output control. Set to 1 for output
function. Set to 0 for input function (default).
GP16_O CTRL RW
VSB3V
GPIO 16 output control. Set to 1 for output
function. Set to 0 for input function (default).
VSB3V
GPIO 12 output control. If this pin serves as
IRQ/SMI#. this bit has no effect. Set to 1 for
output function. Set to 0 for input function
(default).
VSB3V
GPIO 11 output control. Set to 1 for output
function. Set to 0 for input function
(default).mode can use REG 0x09 (bit5, 4) to
select LED frequency.
GP12JD CTRL RW
GP11_O CTRL RW
GPIO2x Output Control Register - Index 20h.
Table E.5: Index-20h
Bit
Name
7
PWR
Description
GP27_O CTRL R/W
VSB3V
GPIO 27 output control. Set to 1 for output
function. Set to 0 for input function (default).
6
GP26_O CTRL R/W
VSB3V
GPIO 26 output control. Set to 1 for output
function. Set to 0 for input function (default).
5
GP25_O CTRL R/W
VSB3V
GPIO 25 output control. Set to 1 for output
function. Set to 0 for input function (default).
4
GP24_O CTRL R/W
VSB3V
GPIO 24 output control. Set to 1 for output
function. Set to 0 for input function (default).
3
GP23_O CTRL R/W
VSB3V
GPIO 23 output control. Set to 1 for output
function. Set to 0 for input function (default).
2
GP22_O CTRL RW
VSB3V
GPIO 22 utput control. Set to 1 for output function. Set to 0 for input function (default).
1
GP21_O CTRL RW
VSB3V
GPIO 21 output control. Set to 1 for output
function. Set to 0 for input function (default).
0
GP20_O CTRL RW
VSB3V
GPIO 20 output control. Set to 1 for output
function. Set to 0 for input function (default).
6.
P/W
GPIOIx Output Data Register - Index 11h.
Table E.6: Index-11h
Bit
Name
7
P/W
PWR
Description
GP17JD DATA R/W
VSB3V
GPIO 17 output data.
6
GP16_O DATA R/W
VSB3V
GPIO 16 output data.
5
GP15JD DATA R/W
VSB3V
GPIO 15 output data.
4
GP14JD DATA R/W
VSB3V
GPIO 14 output data.
3
GP13JD DATA R/W
VSB3V
GPIO 13 output data.
2
GP12_O DATA R/W
VSB3V
GPIO 12 output data. If this pin serves as IRQ/
SMI*, this bit has no effect.
1
GP11_O DATA R/W
VSB3V
GPIO 11 output data.
0
GP10JD DATA R/W
VSB3V
GPIO 10 output data.
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7.
GPIOIx Input Status Register - Index 12h.
Table E.7: Index-12h
Bit
Name
P/W
PWR
Description
7
GP17_P STS
RO
VSB3V
Read the GPIO17 data on the pin.
6
GP16_P STS
RO
VSB3V
Read the GPIO16 data on the pin.
5
GP15_P STS
RO
VSB3V
Read the GPIO15 data on the pin.
4
GP14_P STS
RO
VSB3V
Read the GPIO14 data on the pin.
3
GP13_P STS
RO
VSB3V
Read the GPIO13 data on the pin.
2
GP12_P STS
RO
VSB3V
Read the GPIO12 data on the pin.
1
GP11_P STS
RO
VSB3V
Read the GPIO11 data on the pin.
0
GP10_P STS
RO
VSB3V
Read the GPIO10 data on the pin.
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