SOM-5787 Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor GS45 COM-Express Basic Module Features NEW Embedded Intel® Core™2Duo/Celeron® M processor Intel GMA X4500 Gen 5 DX10, HW support for H.264, VC-1 and MPEG2 Supports 2 DDR3 SODIMM up to 8 GB Supports PCIe x16, 5 PCIe x1, 4 PCI, LPC, 3 SATAII, 8 USB2.0 Supports embedded software APIs and Utilities Software APIs: Watchdog I2C SMBus H/W Monitor GPIO Backlight On/Off Utilities: BIOS flash Monitoring Flash Lock Embedded Security ID Specifications Form Factor CPU Processor System Memory Display Front Side Bus System Chipset Intel AMT 4.0 BIOS Technology Max. Capacity Socket Chipset VRAM Graphics Engine LCD TV-out VGA SDVO Dual Display Ethernet Chipset Speed WatchDog Timer Expansion I/O Power Environment Mechanical SATA SSD USB Audio GPIO Power Type Power Supply Voltage Power Consumption (Typical) Power Consumption (Max. test in HTC) Operating Temperature Operating Humidity Dimensions COM-Express Basic Module, Type II Pin-out Intel Core 2 Duo SP9300, LV Core 2 Duo SL9400, ULV Core 2 Duo SU9300 / Intel ULV Celeron M 722, ULV Celeron M 723 800/1066 MHz Intel GS45/ICH9M SFF Yes AMI 32 Mbit DDR3 800/1066 MHz up to 8 GB 2 x 204-pin SODIMM sockets Intel GS45 DVMT 5.0 supports up to 1024 MB Mobile Intel GMA X4500 3D/2D engine, HDMI, Displayport, SDVO shared with PCIe x16 (PEG) Single and dual channel 24/48-bit LVDS Yes up to QXGA (2048 x 1536) 2 SDVO Ports Dual Display of VGA, LVDS, TV-out, HDMI, Displayport, SDVO (Note: SDVO function is supported by customized BIOS) Intel 82567 Gigabit Ethernet 10/100/1000 Mbps 256 timer intervals, from 0 to 255 sec or min setup by software, jumperless selection, generates system reset LPC, PCIe x16, 5 PCIe x1, 4 PCI master 3 x SATAII (1 SATA port used for 2G onboard flash) 2 GB SSD Flash on board 8 x USB 2.0 ports High definition audio interface 8-bit GPIO ATX, AT +12 V and +5 VSB for ATX, +12V for AT (1 GB DDR3 1066) SP9300: +12V @ 0.66A (1 GB DDR3 1066) SP9300: +12V @ 2.1A 0 ~ 60° C (32 ~ 140° F) 0% ~ 90% relative humidity, non-condensing 125 x 95 mm (4.92" x 3.74") Computer On Modules All product specifications are subject to change without notice Last updated : 22-April-2010 SOM-5787 Board Diagram Core 2 Duo/ Celeron M Processor FSB 800/1066 CRT TV GS45 24-bit, 2-CH i82567LM ICH9M-SFF GIGA-Bit LAN USB USB 2.0 8 Port Flash Drive 1GB/2GB/4GB IDE HDA SATA 2.0 4 Port (Port 3 Multiplex with onboard Flash) PCI PCI LPC F75111 GPIO/WDT AD7999 HM (Voltage) SPI BIOS LVDS VGA SDVO Giga HD PCIe PCIe USB PCI SATA LAN Audio x 16 x 1 2.0 48-bit Yes 2 1 Yes 1 5 4 8 3 x SATAII 1 2G Yes Yes Active 0 ~ 60° C 48-bit Yes 2 1 Yes 1 5 4 8 3 x SATAII 1 2G Yes Yes Passive 0 ~ 60° C 48-bit Yes 2 1 Yes 1 5 4 8 3 x SATAII 1 2G Yes Yes Active 0 ~ 60° C 48-bit Yes 2 1 Yes 1 5 4 8 3 x SATAII 1 2G Yes Yes Active 0 ~ 60° C 48-bit Yes 2 1 Yes 1 5 4 8 3 x SATAII 1 2G Yes Yes Active 0 ~ 60° C GPIO LM96163 HM (Temp.) / Fan LPC Connector Row C,D SATA Port 3 (Optional) Connector Row A,B LVDS PCIEX1_5 Port PCIEX1 ARC772-B PCIEX1 Link 0 Control DMI x4 HD Audio PCIEX16 PCIEx16 / SDVO / Display Port / HDMI LAN DDR3 800/1066 HDA DDR3 SODIMM 1 SATA DDR3 SODIMM 0 DDR3 800/1066 Ordering Information Part No. SOM-5787FG-S1A1E SOM-5787FG-S2A1E SOM-5787FG-S3A1E SOM-5787FG-S9A1E SOM-5787FG-U3A1E CPU Intel ULV Celeron M 723 1.2 GHz Intel ULV Celeron M 722 1.2 GHz Intel ULV Core 2 Duo SU9300, 1.2 GHz Intel LV Core 2 Duo SL9400, 1.86 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo SP9300, 2.26 GHz L2 Chipset Cache Intel 1 MB GS45 Intel 1 MB GS45 Intel 3 MB GS45 Intel 6 MB GS45 Intel 6 MB GS45 Development Board Part No. SOM-DB5700G-00A2E Part No. 1960019182T10B Description Semi- Cooler 95 x 125 x 22 mm with 12 V Fan Onboard ATX AT Thermal Operating flash Power Power Solution Temp. Packing List Description Development Board for COM-Express with GLAN Optional Accessories LPC Part No. 1960046888H001 Description SOM-5787 CPU Module Utility CD Heatspreader Quantity 1 1 1 Embedded OS OS Win XPE 2008 Part No. 2070009650 Description XPE WES2009 SOM-5787 V4.0 MUI24 Online Download www.advantech.com/products Value-Added Software Services Software API: An interface that defines the ways by which an application program may request services from libraries and/or operating systems. Provides not only the underlying drivers required but also a rich set of user-friendly, intelligent and integrated interfaces, which speeds development, enhances security and offers add-on value for Advantech platforms. It plays the role of catalyst between developer and solution, and makes Advantech embedded platforms easier and simpler to adopt and operate with customer applications. Software APIs Control GPIO SMBus I2C Monitor General Purpose Input/Output is a flexible parallel interface that allows a variety of custom connections. It allows users to monitor the level of signal input or set the output status to switch on/off a device. Our API also provides Programmable GPIO, which allows developers to dynamically set the GPIO input or output status. SMBus is the System Management Bus defined by Intel® Corporation in 1995. It is used in personal computers and servers for low-speed system management communications. The SMBus API allows a developer to interface a embedded system environment and transfer serial messages using the SMBus protocols, allowing multiple simultaneous device control. I2C is a bi-directional two wire bus that was developed by Philips for use in their televisions in the 1980s. The I2C API allows a developer to interface with an embedded system environment and transfer serial messages using the I2C protocols, allowing multiple simultaneous device control. Display Watchdog Hardware Monitor Hardware Control A watchdog timer (WDT) is a device that performs a specific operation after a certain period of time if something goes wrong and the system does not recover on its own. A watchdog timer can be programmed to perform a warm boot (restarting the system) after a certain number of seconds. The Hardware Monitor (HWM) API is a system health supervision API that inspects certain condition indexes, such as fan speed, temperature and voltage. The Hardware Control API allows developers to set the PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) value to adjust fan speed or other devices; it can also be used to adjust the LCD brightness. Power Saving Make use of Intel SpeedStep technology to reduce power power consumption. The system will automatically adjust the CPU Speed depending on system loading. The Brightness Control API allows a developer to interface with an embedded device to easily control brightness. Brightness Control CPU Speed The Backlight API allows a developer to control the backlight (screen) on/off in an embedded device. System Throttling Backlight Refers to a series of methods for reducing power consumption in computers by lowering the clock frequency. These APIs allow the user to lower the clock from 87.5% to 12.5%. Software Utilities BIOS Flash The BIOS Flash utility allows customers to update the flash ROM BIOS version, or use it to back up current BIOS by copying it from the flash chip to a file on customers’ disk. The BIOS Flash utility also provides a command line version and API for fast implementation into customized applications. Embedded Security ID The embedded application is the most important property of a system integrator. It contains valuable intellectual property, design knowledge and innovation, but it is easily copied! The Embedded Security ID utility provides reliable security functions for customers to secure their application data within embedded BIOS. Monitoring The Monitoring utility allows the customer to monitor system health, including voltage, CPU and system temperature and fan speed. These items are important to a device; if critical errors happen and are not solved immediately, permanent damage may be caused. Industrial Motherboards eSOS The eSOS is a small OS stored in BIOS ROM. It will boot up in case of a main OS crash. It will diagnose the hardware status, and then send an e-mail to a designated administrator. The eSOS also provides remote connection: Telnet server and FTP server, allowing the administrator to rescue the system. Flash Lock Flash Lock is a mechanism that binds the board and CF card (SQFlash) together. The user can “Lock” SQFlash via the Flash Lock function and “Unlock” it via BIOS while booting. A locked SQFlash cannot be read by any card reader or boot from other platforms without a BIOS with the “Unlock” feature.