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CB1050

Manual
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ATX power supply

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0 1 Document History ............................................................................................................................5 Introduction......................................................................................................................................6 1.1 Notes on the Documentation....................................................................................................6 1.1.1 Liability Conditions...............................................................................................................6 1.1.2 Copyright.............................................................................................................................6 1.2 Safety Instructions ...................................................................................................................7 1.2.1 Disclaimer ...........................................................................................................................7 1.2.2 Description of Safety Symbols .............................................................................................7 1.3 Essential Safety Measures.......................................................................................................8 1.3.1 Operator's Obligation to Exercise Diligence .........................................................................8 1.3.2 National Regulations Depending on the Machine Type ........................................................8 1.3.3 Operator Requirements .......................................................................................................8 1.4 Functional Range ....................................................................................................................9 2 Overview........................................................................................................................................10 2.1 Features ................................................................................................................................10 2.2 Specifications and Documents...............................................................................................12 3 Connectors ....................................................................................................................................13 3.1 Power Supply, System Connectors, CPU...............................................................................13 3.1.1 Power Supply ....................................................................................................................13 3.1.2 System ..............................................................................................................................15 3.1.3 CPU-Sockel.......................................................................................................................16 3.1.4 CMOS battery....................................................................................................................17 3.2 Back Panel Connectors .........................................................................................................18 3.2.1 PS/2 keyboard and mouse.................................................................................................18 3.2.2 Parallel port, serial ports, VGA...........................................................................................19 3.2.3 USB and LAN....................................................................................................................21 3.2.4 Audio connectors...............................................................................................................23 3.3 IDE, FDD, Memory ................................................................................................................24 3.3.1 IDE interface .....................................................................................................................24 3.3.2 Floppy interface.................................................................................................................25 3.3.3 Memory .............................................................................................................................27 3.4 Internal Connectors ...............................................................................................................30 3.4.1 USB 5 and 6......................................................................................................................30 3.4.2 Serial ports COM2 to COM4 ..............................................................................................31 3.4.3 LVDS ................................................................................................................................32 3.4.4 Aux-In & CD-In ..................................................................................................................34 3.4.5 S/PDIF ..............................................................................................................................35 3.4.6 PCI interfaces....................................................................................................................36 3.4.7 AGP interface (4x).............................................................................................................38 3.4.8 SMB/I2C............................................................................................................................41 3.4.9 Fan Connectors.................................................................................................................42 3.5 Jumper Settings.....................................................................................................................43 3.5.1 Clear CMOS......................................................................................................................43 3.5.2 BIOS Select.......................................................................................................................44 3.5.3 Jumper: Keyboard Power (KBPWR) ..................................................................................45 4 BIOS Settings ................................................................................................................................46 page 3

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..................................................8.............................................................................................................1 Electrical Data .......................................................................68 4.................64 4.......................................................................................................................69 Mechanical Drawing.....................................1 Beckhoff's Branch Offices and Representatives ....................................................49 4............................................58 4.......3...................................1 PCB: Mounting Holes.........................1 Beckhoff Support ...................................................................................................3 Thermal Specifications.....................73 Annex: Post-Codes ....................................................................................47 4....68 4........2 Onboard Devices...........................11 Load Fail-Safe Defaults ...............................................52 4........................6.........................................62 4........................................................................................2 Beckhoff Service .......................................63 4..........................6...........................................9 PC Health Status ............................................................................................................68 BIOS update ......................................................................73 8...............72 Support and Service............................................................................................................................2.......................................................................68 4...................2 Top Level Menu.............................................................................6.......................................50 4...............................12 Load Optimized Defaults.....................................70 Technical Data................................................................73 8...............................................................53 4....................................................................................................56 4..................................................71 7........55 4.................................................................................77 D PCI Devices..............................................2 Environmental Conditions ..2...............................1 Remarks for Setup Use...................................................................1 CPU Feature .......................................1 IDE Primary Master/Slave...................................................................4..................................................2 Memory Resources ...1 OnChip IDE Devices..7 Power Management Setup..........................................................................78 E SMB Devices ...........................................................................................70 6...........................................................................................................................................71 7...............71 7..................10 Frequency/Voltage Control ................................................................67 4........6 Integrated Peripherals....................................................................................................................46 4.....65 4...............................................................................................................................46 4..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................13 Set Password .......................4 Advanced BIOS Features ...............................................60 4.....................68 4..............................................................................................15 Exit Without Saving.............................................73 8...............................5 Advanced Chipset Features......................................................................78 5 6 7 8 I II page 4 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 .....................74 Annex: Resources....1 IRQ Resources.......................................................................................................3 SuperIO Devices .77 B Memory Range ...............................................................14 Save & Exit Setup.................................................8 PnP/PCI Configuration..................................................................................3 Standard CMOS Features...............................................................8...............................................................77 C Interrupt ............73 8............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Contents 4..........................................................................................................................77 A IO Range .......2 Beckhoff Headquarters ..........................................57 4..................................................................................................

2 1. and product names referred to in this manual are registered or unregistered trademarks of their respective holders and are. brand names.Notes on the Documentation Chapter: Document History 0 Document History Version 0. minor changes NOTE All company names. protected by national and international law.0 1. Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 5 .1 0. minor changes updated PCI devices in annex.1 Changes initial pre-release updated SMB devices in annex. as such. minor changes updated contact details.

standards or other characteristics. No claims for the modification of products that have already been supplied may be made on the basis of the data. In the event that it contains technical or editorial errors. Any reproduction or third party use of this publication. diagrams and descriptions in this documentation. guidelines and standards. 1 sentence 1 BGB. including all the relevant laws. The documentation has been prepared with care. 1.Chapter: Introduction Notes on the Documentation 1 Introduction 1. None of the statements of this manual represents a guarantee (Garantie) in the meaning of § 443 BGB of the German Civil Code or a statement about the contractually expected fitness for a particular purpose in the meaning of § 434 par. constantly under development. regulations. we retain the right to make alterations at any time and without warning.2 Copyright © This documentation is copyrighted. It is essential that the following notes and explanations are followed when installing and commissioning these components. is forbidden. 1. page 6 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 .1.1. however. whether in whole or in part. without the written permission of Beckhoff Automation GmbH.1 Notes on the Documentation This description is only intended for the use of trained specialists in control and automation engineering who are familiar with the applicable national standards. The products described are.1 Liability Conditions The responsible staff must ensure that the application or use of the products described satisfy all the requirements for safety. For that reason the documentation is not in every case checked for consistency with performance data.

wiring. to environment. and nullify the liability of Beckhoff Automation GmbH.Safety Instructions Chapter: Introduction 1. there is obvious hazard to individuals. Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 7 . Modifications to hardware or software configurations other than those described in the documentation are not permitted. there is danger to life and health of individuals! HAZARD TO INDIVIDUALS.2 Description of Safety Symbols The following safety symbols are used in this documentation. They are intended to alert the reader to the associated safety instructions. OR DATA! If you do not adhere to the safety advise next to this symbol. there is immediate danger to life and health of individuals! RISK OF INJURY! If you do not adhere to the safety advise next to this symbol. Product specific safety instructions are to be found on the following pages or in the areas mounting. 1. commissioning etc. ACUTE RISK OF INJURY! If you do not adhere to the safety advise next to this symbol. DEVICES. ENVIRONMENT. 1.2 Safety Instructions Please consider the following safety instructions and descriptions.2.2. NOTE OR POINTER This symbol indicates information that contributes to better understanding. or to data. to materials.1 Disclaimer All the components are supplied in particular hardware and software configurations appropriate for the application.

amongst other things. page 8 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 . the intervals between inspections of the controller. and always available for reference at the location where the products are used the product is only used by suitably qualified and authorised personnel the personnel is instructed regularly about relevant occupational safety and environmental protection aspects the operating personnel is familiar with the operating manual and in particular the safety notes contained herein 1. o System know-how All users must be familiar with all accessible functions of the product.Chapter: Introduction Essential Safety Measures 1.2 National Regulations Depending on the Machine Type Depending on the type of machine and plant in which the product is used. national regulations governing the controllers of such machines will apply.3 Essential Safety Measures 1.3.1 Operator's Obligation to Exercise Diligence The operator must ensure that o o o o o o the product is only used for its intended purpose the product is only operated in sound condition and in working order the instruction manual is in good condition and complete.3 Operator Requirements o Read the operating instructions All users of the product must have read the operating instructions for the system they work with. and must be observed by the operator. 1.3. The operator must initiate such inspections in good time.3. These regulations cover.

As far as the described motherboard was acquired as an integral component of an Industrial PC from Beckhoff Automation GmbH. Only the contractually agreed specifications of the corresponding Industrial PC from Beckhoff Automation GmbH shall be relevant. Support and service benefits for the built-in motherboard will be rendered by Beckhoff Automation GmbH exclusively as specified in the product description (inclusive operation system) of the particular Industrial PC. this product description shall be applied only in limited scope.Functional Range Chapter: Introduction 1.4 Functional Range NOTE The descriptions contained in the present documentation represent a detailed and extensive product description. variations in the component placement of the motherboards are possible. Due to several models of Industrial PCs. Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 9 .

3V CRT LCD AGP 4x LVDS 18/24 GMCH Intel® 855GME Hub Int MEMORY 2x DIMM184 DDR-400 SMBus AGP/DVO USB1 USB2 USB3 USB4 USB5 USB6 LAN2 USB 2. FSB400) Chipset Intel® 855GME and Intel® ICH4 Two DIMM184 Sockets for up to 2 GByte DDR-333 Four serial ports COM1 up to COM4 1x Ethernet LAN 10/100 (Base-T) 1x Ethernet LAN 10/100/1000 (Base-T) Two IDE ports PS/2 keyboard and mouse interface LPT interface Six USB 2. 3.10 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 10 16x GPIO LAN1 .5V. DDRVTT 1. digital and analogue audio. six USB channels.).5V.Chapter: Overview Features 2 Overview 2. two LAN connectors. Pentium® M HOST Clock ICS950813 Power VCCCore. such as four serial ports. The CB1050 also offers a wide range of internal and external connectors.8V. With its two DIMM184 sockets memory can be added up to 2 GByte (DDR-333 max. VTT. CRT/LCD connector etc. two IDE connectors. Expansion cards can be added into six PCI slots and one AGP slot.1 Features The CB1050 is a computer motherboard for industrial applications. 1. it is equipped with an mPGA479M socket which can accomodate Intel® CPUs of the Celeron® M and Pentium® M types. 2. Intel® Celeron® M. Complying to the ATX form factor.0 ICH4 Intel® 82801DB ACLink RealTek® ALC655 SPDIF i SPDIF o LINE IN LINE OUT MIC AUX CD IN IDE1 IDE2 Intel® 82562GZ LPC PCI KB MS I2C Winbond® W83627HF Winbond® W83627HF BIOS Intel® 82541ER FAN 1 FAN 2 LPT/FDC COM1 COM2 Watchdog FAN 3 FAN 4 COM3 COM4 PCI Slot 1 PCI Slot 2 PCI Slot 3 PCI Slot 4 PCI Slot 5 PCI Slot 6 o o o o o o o o o o o Processor Intel® Celeron® M and Intel® Pentium® M (socket mPGA479M.0 interfaces AWARD BIOS 6.

Features o o o o o o o o CRT connection TFT connection via LVDS 18/24 bit (single and dual pixel displays) AC97 compatible sound controller with SPDIF in and out RTC with external CMOS battery ATX power supply (including 2x2pin 12V connector) Six PCI slots One AGP slot (4x) ATX form factor (305mm x 220mm) Chapter: Overview Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 11 .

§ ATX specification Version 2.pcisig.usb.org PCI specification Version 2.2 www.intel.0 http://members.com § § § § § § § § § § § § § page 12 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 .datafast. specifications and web-pages were used and are recommended.intel.org SM-Bus specification Version 2.com ICS chip description ICS950813 Datasheet www.com.winbond. 3.com Intel chip description 82541ER Datasheet www.acpi.0 www. 1 www.net.intel.com Intel chip descriptions Celeron M.org USB specifications www.com Winbond chip description W83627HF Datasheet www.winbond-usa.intel.2 Specifications and Documents In making this manual and for further reading of technical documentation the following documents.0 www.com oder www.0 www.info ATA/ATAPI specification Version 7 Rev.Chapter: Overview Specifications and Documents 2.tw Intel chip description 82562EZ/GZ Datasheet www.t13.formfactors.3 resp.intel.com Intel chip descriptions ICH4 Datasheet www.com AGP specification Version 3.smbus.org Intel chip set description Intel 855GM/855GME Chipset Graphics and Memory Controller Hub www. Pentium M www.au/~dft0802/ ACPI specification Version 3.idt.

3V 3. System Connectors.1.3 volt supply ground 5 volt supply ground 5 volt supply ground power on standby supply 5V 12 volt supply Name 3. CPU 3.3V GND VCC GND VCC GND PWR_ON SVCC 12V 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Pin 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Name 3.3V -12V GND PWRBTN# GND GND GND -5V VCC VCC Description 3. Foxconn HM3510E-P2). It is accompanied by a 2x2pin connector.3 volt supply 12 volt supply ground powerbutton ground ground ground volt supply -5V 5 volt supply 5 volt supply Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 13 . CPU Chapter: Connectors 3 Connectors 3. System Connectors.1 Power Supply.3 volt supply 3.1 Power Supply The connector for the power supply is a 2x10pin ATX connector ("ATX20". which must be used to provide the COREIN power supply. Pinout "ATX20" power connector: Description 3.Power Supply.

Chapter: Connectors Power Supply. CPU Pinout ATX power connector 2x2: Description ground ground Name GND GND 1 2 Pin 3 4 Name COREIN COREIN Description 12 volt supply 12 volt supply page 14 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 . System Connectors.

CPU Chapter: Connectors 3. and several LEDs. reset.1. This connector combines signals for power button. Pinout IDC socket connector "System 1": Description on/suspend button ground reserved ground 5 volt supply harddisk LED 5 volt supply reserved IrDA transmit ground IrDA receive IrDA control 5 volt supply Name PWRBTN# GND N/C GND VCC HDLED# VCC N/C IRTX GND IRRX CIRRX VCC A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 Pin B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 B10 B11 B12 B13 Name GND KBLOCK PWLED# N/C PWLED N/C VCC GND N/C BEEP N/C GND RESET# Description ground keyboard lock power LED reserved 3.Power Supply. System Connectors. IrDA.54mm.3 volt supply reserved 5 volt supply ground reserved speaker reserved ground reset Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 15 .2 System Typical signals for system control are provided through a 2x13 IDC socket connector with a spacing of 2. keyboard lock.

System Connectors. The board ships without a CPU. Furthermore the processors offer many features known from the desktop range such as MMX2. The package type allows a maximum die temperature of 100 degrees Celsius and accords highest possible security even in rough environment. which means that you can insert the processor without there being any resistance.Chapter: Connectors Power Supply.3 CPU-Sockel The CB1050 board has an mPGA479M CPU socket accomodating the following types of processors manufactured by Intel®: Celeron® M and Pentium® M. NOTE Processors must be ordered separately. There is only one orientation in which the processor will fit into the socket. CPU 3. Once the processor is in place the fastening screw must be tightened to ensure proper electrical contact. The processor includes a second level cache of up to 2 MByte. page 16 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 .1. serial number. depending on which model is used. The mPGA479M is a ZIF (Zero Insertion Force) socket. loadable microcode etc.

an external battery can be connected via a 2pin connector (JST B2B-EH-A. CPU Chapter: Connectors 3. Alternatively. System Connectors.Power Supply. Pin 1 2 Name BATT GND battery 3. mating connector: EHR-2).4 CMOS battery The board ships with a CR2032 battery holder (Renata VBH2032-1) and 3V battery.3 volt ground Description Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 17 .1.

If the board is mounted in a normal ATX compliant case these connectors are located on the back side of the case. In the following sections we will discuss each connector. 3. microphone.2 Back Panel Connectors The board complies with the ATX form factor and thus honours the "I/O Connector Area" as defined in the ATX specification.2.1 PS/2 keyboard and mouse PS/2 mice and keyboards are connected via standard mini-DIN connectors. A range of standard connectors are available: You can connect PS/2 keyboard and mouse. If you want to use the keyboard or mouse to wake up the board from standby or suspend mode you have to activate this functionality by adjusting the KBPWR jumper settings (see p. speakers. 45). display. With this jumper you can switch from normal power supply (VCC) to standby power supply (SVCC) for keyboard/mouse. LAN etc. going from left to right (looking onto the rear side of a desktop case) or from top to bottom (tower case).Chapter: Connectors Back Panel Connectors 3. printer. Pinout PS/2 mouse: Description mouse data ground mouse clock Pinout PS/2 keyboard: Description keyboard data ground keyboard clock Name KDAT GND KCLK A1 A3 A5 Pin A2 A4 A6 Name MDAT (S)VCC MCLK Description mouse data 5 volt supply mouse clock Name MDAT GND MCLK B1 B3 B5 Pin B2 B4 B6 Name N/C (S)VCC N/C Description reserved 5 volt supply reserved page 18 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 . Some relevant settings will have to be adjusted in BIOS setup.

The port address and the interrupt are set via the BIOS setup. TTL level signals or RS232 standard signals are provided. VGA On the rear panel. The serial interface COM1 is made available via a 9-pin standard DSUB-connector. there is a combo connector which comprises three DSUB connectors.2. one for the serial port COM1. one for the parallel port LPT. The remaining 15pin DSUB connector (female) is used to attach a VGA display. Pinout parallel port LPT: Description strobe data bit 0 data bit 1 data bit 2 data bit 3 data bit 4 data bit 5 data bit 6 data bit 7 acknowledge busy paper end select Name STB# PD0 PD1 PD2 PD3 PD4 PD5 PD6 PD7 ACK# BUSY PE SLCT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Pin 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Name AFD# ERR# INIT# SLIN# GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND Description auto feed error initialize select in ground ground ground ground ground ground ground ground Pinout serial port (DSUB connector): Description data carrier detect receive data transmit data data terminal ready ground Name DCD RXD TXD DTR GND 1 2 3 4 5 Pin 6 7 8 9 Name DSR RTS CTS RI Description data set ready request to send clear to send ring indicator Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 19 . and one for VGA signals. The LPT port is provided via a 25pin DSUB connector (female).2 Parallel port.Back Panel Connectors Chapter: Connectors 3. serial ports. According to the product order.

Chapter: Connectors Pinout VGA connector: Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Name RED GREEN BLUE N/C GND GND GND GND VCC GND N/C DDDA HSYNC VSYNC DDCK red green blue reserved ground ground ground ground 5 volt supply ground reserved DDC data horizontal sync vertical sync DDC clock Description Back Panel Connectors page 20 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 .

if the OS offers no USB-support. The 10/100/1000 LAN connector supports 10BaseT. the first (P1501) is 10/100 LAN and the second (P1502) is 10/100/1000 LAN. One variant has two LAN connectors. 100BaseT and 1000BaseT compatible net components with automatic bandwidth selection. You may note that the setting of USB keyboard or USB mouse support in the BIOS-setup is only necessary and advisable.0.Back Panel Connectors Chapter: Connectors 3.3 USB and LAN To save space USB and LAN connectors are provided in the form of combo connectors.2. BIOS-setup can be changed with an USB keyboard without enabling USB keyboard support. Every USB interface provides up to 500 mA current and is protected by an electronical fuse. The board comes in different variants and LAN connectors are one area in which the variants differ. It also offers auto-cross and auto-negate functionality. There are also two board variants with only a single LAN connector (P1501. PXE and RPL functions are not supported. Pinout USB connector for channel X: Pin 1 2 3 4 Name VCC USBX# USBX GND 5 volt for USBX minus channel USBX plus channel USBX ground Description Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 21 . These either comprise two USB connectors or two USB connectors and one LAN connector. The 10/100 LAN connector supports 10BaseT and 100BaseT compatible net components with automatic bandwidth selection. P1502 is 2xUSB in this case). PXE and RPL functions are also supported. This way all board variants provide four external USB channels. One of these variants has 10/100 LAN. The controller chip is the Intel 82562. It does not offer auto-cross and auto-negate functionality. The controller chip is the Intel 82541. Running Windows with these features enabled may lead to significant performance or functionality limitations. The USB channels support USB 2. the other has 10/100/1000 LAN.

Chapter: Connectors Pinout LAN 10/100: Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Name LAN1-0 LAN1-0# LAN1-1 N/C N/C LAN1-1# N/C N/C LAN1 transmit plus LAN1 transmit minus LAN1 receive plus reserved reserved LAN1 receive minus reserved reserved Description Back Panel Connectors Pinout LAN 10/100/1000: Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Name LAN2-0 LAN2-0# LAN2-1 LAN2-1# LAN2-2 LAN2-2# LAN2-3 LAN2-3# LAN2 channel LAN2 channel LAN2 channel LAN2 channel LAN2 channel LAN2 channel LAN2 channel LAN2 channel 0 plus 0 minus 1 plus 1 minus 2 plus 2 minus 3 plus 3 minus Description page 22 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 .

line-out.2. and microphone signals are provided in the form of three 3.Back Panel Connectors Chapter: Connectors 3.4 Audio connectors Line-in.5mm-TRS-connectors. Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 23 .

3 IDE.1 IDE interface To connect IDE devices you can plug a ribbon cable into each of the two available 40pin connectors. FDD. Memory 3.Chapter: Connectors IDE. FDD. Memory 3. Pinout IDE interface: Description reset data bit 7 data bit 6 data bit 5 data bit 4 data bit 3 data bit 2 data bit 1 data bit 0 ground DMA request signal write signal read signal ready signal DMA acknowledge signal interrupt signal address bit 1 address bit 0 chip select signal 0 LED Name PRST# PDD7 PDD6 PDD5 PDD4 PDD3 PDD2 PDD1 PDD0 GND PDDREQ PDIOW# PDIOR# PDRDY PDDACK# PDIRQ PDA1 PDA0 PDSC0# PHDLED 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 Pin 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 Name GND PDD8 PDD9 PDD10 PDD11 PDD12 PDD13 PDD14 PDD15 N/C GND GND GND N/C GND N/C PDMA66EN PDA2 PDCS1# GND Description ground data bit 8 data bit 9 data bit 10 data bit 11 data bit 12 data bit 13 data bit 14 data bit 15 coded ground ground ground reserved ground reserved enable UDMA66 address bit 2 chip select signal 1 ground page 24 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 .3.

Memory Chapter: Connectors 3.2 Floppy interface A floppy drive can be attached in one of two alternative ways: One is a standard 2x17-pin connector (FCI 75869-306LF) for ribbon cables. CAUTION The two connectors can only be used one at a time.IDE. FDD. the other is a 26-pin connector (JST 26FMZ-BT) for Flat Flex cables (FFC).3. Pinout FFC connector (FDD): Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Name VCC IDX# VCC DR0# VCC DC# N/C N/C N/C MT0# N/C DIR# N/C STP# GND WD# GND WE# GND TR0# GND WPRT# GND RDATA# 5 volt supply index 5 volt supply drive sel 0 5 volt supply disk change reserved reserved reserved motor enable 0 reserved direction reserved step ground write data ground write enable ground track 0 ground write protect ground read data page 25 Description Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 .

Memory Pinout FDD 2x17 pin connector: Description ground ground ground ground ground ground ground ground ground ground ground ground ground ground reserved ground reserved Name GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND N/C GND N/C 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 Pin 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 Name DRVDEN0 N/C DRVDEN1 IDX# MT0# DR1# DR0# MT1# DIR# STP# WD# WE# TR0# WPRT# RDATA# HDSL# DC# Description drive density sel 0 reserved drive density sel 1 index motor enable 0 drive sel 1 drive sel 0 motor enable 1 direction step write data write enable track 0 write protect read data head select disk change page 26 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 .Chapter: Connectors Pin 25 26 Name GND HDSL# ground head select Description IDE. FDD.

3 Memory The CB1050 is equipped with two DIMM184 sockets for DDR-333-RAM. Pinout DIMM184-DDR: Description memory reference current data 0 ground data 1 data strobe 0 data 2 2.5 volt supply data mask 0 data 6 data 7 ground reserved reserved reserved 2.5V DQM0 DQ6 DQ7 GND N/C N/C N/C 2. Memory Chapter: Connectors 3.3.5V DQ3 N/C N/C GND DQ8 DQ9 DQS1 2.5 volt supply data 14 data 15 clock enables 1 2.5 volt supply page 27 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 . though it can be manually disabled in setup.5 volt supply clock 1 + clock 1 ground data 10 data 11 Name REF DQ0 GND DQ1 DQS0 DQ2 2.5V DQ14 DQ15 CKE1 2.5V CK1 CK1# GND DQ10 DQ11 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Pin 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 Name GND DQ4 DQ5 2.5 volt supply data 12 data 13 data mask 1 2. You may notice a performance decrease with ECC enabled.5 volt supply data 3 reserved reserved ground data 8 data 9 data strobe 1 2. FDD. For mechanical reasons it is possible that particular memory modules cannot be employed. Please ask your distributor for recommended memory modules With currently available memory modules a memory extension up to 2 GByte is possible.5V Description ground data 4 data 5 2. when using higher video resolutions.IDE. All timing parameters for different memory modules are automatically set by BIOS. The BIOS will use this option automatically.5V DQ12 DQ13 DQM1 2. NOTE For higher security demands DIMM184 modules with ECC parity checking are available.

5 volt supply data 33 data strobe 4 data 34 ground SDRAM bank 0 data 35 data 40 2.5 volt supply data 16 data 17 data strobe 2 ground address 9 data 18 address 7 2.5V DQ16 DQ17 DQS2 GND A9 DQ18 A7 2.5 volt supply data 52 data 53 reserved Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 . FDD. Memory Description reserved data 20 address 12 ground data 21 address 11 data mask 2 2.5 volt supply clock 0 + clock 0 ground data mask 8 address 10 ECC check bit 6 2.5V DQS8 A0 CB2 GND CB3 BA1 DQ32 2.5 volt supply data mask 3 address 3 data 30 ground data 31 ECC check bit 4 ECC check bit 5 2.5V DQM3 A3 DQ30 GND DQ31 CB4 CB5 2.5 volt supply data 19 address 5 data 24 ground data 25 data strobe 3 address 4 2.5 volt supply write strobe data 41 column address strobe ground data strobe 5 data 42 data 43 2.5 volt supply data 26 data 27 address 2 ground address 1 ECC check bit 0 ECC check bit 1 2.5V N/C DQ48 DQ49 GND CK2# 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 Pin 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 Name N/C DQ20 A12 GND DQ21 A11 DQM2 2.5 volt supply data strobe 8 address 0 ECC check bit 2 ground ECC check bit 3 SDRAM bank 1 data 32 2.5 volt supply data 22 address 8 data 23 ground address 6 data 28 data 29 2.5 volt supply reserved data 48 data 49 ground clock 2 page 28 Name CKE0 2.5V DQ26 DQ27 A2 GND A1 CB0 CB1 2.5V S0# S1# DQM5 GND DQ46 DQ47 N/C 2.5V WE# DQ41 CAS# GND DQS5 DQ42 DQ43 2.5 volt supply data mask 4 data 38 data 39 ground data 44 row address strobe data 45 2.5V DQ52 DQ53 N/C IDE.5V DQM4 DQ38 DQ39 GND DQ44 RAS# DQ45 2.5 volt supply select lines 0 select lines 1 data mask 5 ground data 46 data 47 reserved 2.5V CB7 GND DQ36 DQ37 2.5V DQ19 A5 DQ24 GND DQ25 DQS3 A4 2.5V DQ22 A8 DQ23 GND A6 DQ28 DQ29 2.5 volt supply ECC check bit 7 ground data 36 data 37 2.5V CK0 CK0# GND DQM8 A10 CB6 2.5V DQ33 DQS4 DQ34 GND BA0 DQ35 DQ40 2.Chapter: Connectors Description clock enables 0 2.

5 volt supply IIC slave address 0 IIC slave address 1 IIC slave address 2 3.5V N/C DQ60 DQ61 GND DQM7 DQ62 DQ63 2.3 volt supply Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 29 . FDD.5 volt supply data strobe 7 data 58 data 59 ground reserved SMBus data SMBus clock Name CK2 2.5 volt supply reserved data 60 data 61 ground data mask 7 data 62 data 63 2.5V DQS6 DQ50 DQ51 GND N/C DQ56 DQ57 2.IDE.3V Chapter: Connectors Description 2.5V SA0 SA1 SA2 3.5V DQM6 DQ54 DQ55 2.5 volt supply data mask 6 data 54 data 55 2. Memory Description clock 2 + 2.5 volt supply data strobe 6 data 50 data 51 ground reserved data 56 data 57 2.5V DQS7 DQ58 DQ59 GND N/C SDA SCL 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 Pin 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 Name 2.

1 USB 5 and 6 The USB channels 5 and 6 are provided via a 2x5 pin connector (FCI 75869-301LF). if the OS offers no USB-support.0.4. The USB channels support USB 2. BIOS-setup can be changed with an USB keyboard without enabling USB keyboard support. Every USB interface provides up to 500 mA current and is protected by an electronical fuse.4 Internal Connectors 3. Running Windows with these features enabled may lead to significant performance or functionality limitations. You may note that the setting of USB keyboard or USB mouse support in the BIOS-setup is only necessary and advisable. Pinout 2x5 pin connector USB 5/6: Description 5 volt for USB5 minus channel USB5 plus channel USB5 ground reserved Name VCC USB5# USB5 GND N/C 1 3 5 7 9 Pin 2 4 6 8 10 Name VCC USB6# USB6 GND N/C Description 5 volt for USB6 minus channel USB6 plus channel USB6 ground reserved page 30 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 .Chapter: Connectors Internal Connectors 3.

4. According to the product order.Internal Connectors Chapter: Connectors 3.2 Serial ports COM2 to COM4 The three serial ports COM2 to COM4 are made available via a 2x5 pin connector each (FCI 75869301LF). TTL level signals or RS232 standard signals are provided. Pinout COM connector: Description data carrier detect receive data transmit data data terminal ready ground Name DCD RXD TXD DTR GND 1 3 5 7 9 Pin 2 4 6 8 10 Name DSR RTS CTS RI VCC Description data set ready request to send clear to send ring indicator 5 volt supply Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 31 . The port address and the interrupt are set via the BIOS setup.

These can be connected via a 30 pin flat-cable plug (JAE FI-X30S-HF-NPB.3V DDC_CLK DDC_DAT LVDS even data 0 LVDS even data 0 + LVDS even data 1 LVDS even data 1 + LVDS even data 2 LVDS even data 2 + ground LVDS even clock LVDS even clock + LVDS even data 3 LVDS even data 3 + LVDS odd data 0 LVDS odd data 0 + ground LVDS odd data 1 LVDS odd data 1 + ground LVDS odd data 2 LVDS odd data 2 + LVDS odd clock LVDS odd clock + LVDS odd data 3 LVDS odd data 3 + ground 3. mating connector: FI-X30C(2)-NPB).3 LVDS The board also offers the possibility to use displays with LVDS interface.3 volt supply EDID clock for LCD EDID data for LCD Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 Description page 32 .4. Only shielded and twisted cables may be used. The connector has two additional shield pins S1 and S2 which are omitted in the pinout table below. The display type is to be chosen over the BIOS setup.Chapter: Connectors Internal Connectors 3. Pinout LVDS connector: Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Name TXO00# TXO00 TXO01# TXO01 TXO02# TXO02 GND TXO0C# TXO0C TXO03# TXO03 TXO10# TXO10 GND TXO11# TXO11 GND TXO12# TXO12 TXO1C# TXO1C TXO13# TXO13 GND 3.

Internal Connectors Pin 28 29 30 Name FP_3.3 volt for display switched 5 volt for backlight 5 volt supply Description Chapter: Connectors Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 33 .3V FP_BL VCC switched 3.

Chapter: Connectors Internal Connectors 3.4. Pinout Aux-in connector: Pin 1 2 3 4 Name AUX_L S_AGND S_AGND AUX_R AUX left channel AUX ground AUX ground AUX right channel Description Pinout CD-in connector: Pin 1 2 3 4 Name CD_L CD_GND CD_GND CD_R CD left channel CD ground CD ground CD right channel Description page 34 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 . the CB1050 offers two internal 4 pin connectors (Foxconn HF1104E-P1). providing customers with even more possibilities to connect audio devices (analogue signals).4 Aux-In & CD-In In addition to the external TRS connectors mentioned above.

Internal Connectors Chapter: Connectors 3.3 volt supply ground Name GND 3.4.3V GND 1 3 5 Pin 2 4 6 Name SPDIFO VCC SPDIFI Description SPDIF out 5 volt supply SPDIF in Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 35 . Pinout SPDIF connector: Description ground 3.5 S/PDIF For digital audio signals an SPDIF interface is available. which can be accessed using an internal 2x3 pin IDC socket connector with a spacing of 2.54mm.

3V AD28 AD26 GND A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 A17 A18 A19 A20 A21 A22 A23 A24 Pin B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 B10 B11 B12 B13 B14 B15 B16 B17 B18 B19 B20 B21 B22 B23 B24 Name -12V TCK GND TDO VCC VCC INTB# INTD# GND N/C GND GND GND N/C GND PCLK GND REQ# VCC AD31 AD29 GND AD27 AD25 Description -12 volt supply test clock ground test data output 5 volt supply 5 volt supply interrupt B interrupt D ground reserved ground ground ground reserved ground clock ground request 5 volt supply address/data 31 address/data 29 ground address/data 27 address/data 25 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 .6 PCI interfaces There are six standard PCI slots available on the CB1050. and the ID-select signal (A26). the clock signal (B16). Pinout PCI slot: Description test logic reset 12 volt supply test mde select test data input 5 volt supply interrupt A interrupt C 5 volt supply reserved 5 volt supply reserved ground ground 3. A7.3 volt supply address/data 28 address/data 26 ground page 36 Name TRST# 12V TMS TDI VCC INTA# INTC# VCC N/C VCC N/C GND GND 3. B4). the request signal (B18). the grant signal (A17). B8). B7. NOTE Please note that due to the nature of the PCI bus some signals in the following table are different from one PCI slot to the other.3 volt supply PCI reset 5 volt supply grant PCI use ground power management event address/data 30 3. This applies to the test signals (A4.3VAux PRST# VCC GNT# GND PME# AD30 3. the interrupt signals (A6.Chapter: Connectors Internal Connectors 3.4.

3V DEVSEL# GND PLOCK# PERR# 3.3V CBE1# AD14 GND AD12 AD10 GND N/C N/C AD8 AD7 3.3 volt supply system error 3. byte enable 3 address/data 23 ground address/data 21 address/data 19 3.3V SMBCLK SMBDAT GND PAR AD15 3.3V AD17 CBE2# GND IRDY# 3.3 volt supply address/data 17 command. byte enable 2 ground initiator ready 3.3 volt supply address/data 5 address/data 3 ground address/data 1 5 volt supply 5 volt supply 5 volt supply 5 volt supply Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 37 . byte enable 1 address/data 14 ground address/data 12 address/data 10 ground coded coded address/data 8 address/data 7 3.3V SERR# 3.3V AD22 AD20 GND AD18 AD16 3.3 volt supply command.3 volt supply address/data 13 address/data 11 ground address/data 9 coded coded command.3 volt supply address/data 22 address/data 20 ground address/data 18 address/data 16 3.3V AD13 AD11 GND AD9 N/C N/C CBEO# 3.3 volt supply device select ground lock bus parity error 3.3 volt supply address/data 6 address/data 4 ground address/data 2 address/data 0 5 volt supply reserved 5 volt supply 5 volt supply Name AD24 IDSEL 3.3 volt supply cycle frame ground Target Ready ground stop request by target 3.3V CBE3# AD23 GND AD21 AD19 3.3 volt supply SMBus clock PCI SMBus data PCI ground parity address/data 15 3.Internal Connectors Description address/data 24 init device select 3.3V AD5 AD3 GND AD1 VCC VCC VCC VCC Chapter: Connectors Description 3. byte enable 0 3.3V FRAME# GND TRDY# GND STOP# 3.3V AD6 AD4 GND AD2 AD0 VCC N/C VCC VCC A25 A26 A27 A28 A29 A30 A31 A32 A33 A34 A35 A36 A37 A38 A39 A40 A41 A42 A43 A44 A45 A46 A47 A48 A49 A50 A51 A52 A53 A54 A55 A56 A57 A58 A59 A60 A61 A62 Pin B25 B26 B27 B28 B29 B30 B31 B32 B33 B34 B35 B36 B37 B38 B39 B40 B41 B42 B43 B44 B45 B46 B47 B48 B49 B50 B51 B52 B53 B54 B55 B56 B57 B58 B59 B60 B61 B62 Name 3.3 volt supply command.

3V Description USB overcurrent 5 volt supply 5 volt supply USB channel + ground interrupt B clock request 3. You can use this slot either für AGP graphic adapters or for ADD cards (DVO). 1.3 volt supply Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 .3 volt supply page 38 Name 12V TYPEDET# N/C USBGND INTA# RST# GNT# 3.3V A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 A17 A18 A19 A20 A21 A22 A23 A24 A25 Pin B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 B10 B11 B12 B13 B14 B15 B16 B17 B18 B19 B20 B21 B22 B23 B24 B25 Name OC# VCC VCC USB+ GND INTB# CLK REQ# 3.Chapter: Connectors Internal Connectors 3.3V standby supply 3. Pinout AGP connector: Description 12 volt supply type detect reserved USB channel ground interrupt A reset grant 3.3 volt supply sideband address 2 sideband strobe + ground sideband address 4 sideband address 6 reserved ground 3.4.3V 3.3 volt supply sideband address 3 sideband strobe ground sideband address 5 sideband address 7 reserved ground reserved 3.3V ST0 ST2 RBF# GND N/C SBA0 3.3V ST1 N/C PIPE# GND WBF# SBA1 3.3V SBA2 SBSTB GND SBA4 SBA6 N/C GND S3.7 AGP interface (4x) One slot for AGP cards (4x.3 volt supply status bus bit 1 reserved pipelined ground write buffer full sideband address 1 3.5V) makes the expansion options on the CB1050 complete.3V SBA3 SBSTB# GND SBA5 SBA7 N/C GND N/C 3.3 volt supply status bus Bit 0 status bus Bit 2 read buffer full ground reserved sideband address 0 3. NOTE: DVO signals are treated below in a table of their own.

5 volt supply cycle frame coded coded coded coded target ready stop power management event ground parity address/data 15 1.3 volt supply address/data 27 address/data 25 ground AD bus strobe 1 + address/data 23 1.5 volt supply address/data 21 address/data 19 ground address/data 17 command/byte enables 2 1.3V AD27 AD25 GND ADSTB1 AD23 1.5 volt supply parity error ground system error command/byte enables 1 1.5 volt supply AD bus strobe 0 address/data 6 ground address/data 4 address/data 2 1.5V FRAME# A26 A27 A28 A29 A30 A31 A32 A33 A34 A35 A36 A37 A38 A39 A40 A41 A42 A43 A44 A45 A46 A47 A48 A49 A50 A51 A52 A53 A54 A55 A56 A57 A58 A59 A60 A61 A62 A63 A64 A65 A66 Pin B26 B27 B28 B29 B30 B31 B32 B33 B34 B35 B36 B37 B38 B39 B40 B41 B42 B43 B44 B45 B46 B47 B48 B49 B50 B51 B52 B53 B54 B55 B56 B57 B58 B59 B60 B61 B62 B63 B64 B65 B66 Name AD31 AD29 3.3 volt supply address/data 26 address/data 24 ground AD bus strobe 1 command/byte enables 3 1.5V AD14 AD12 GND AD10 AD8 1.5V IRDY# Chapter: Connectors Description address/data 31 address/data 29 3.5V PERR# GND SERR# C/BE1# 1.5 volt supply initiator ready coded coded coded coded device select 1.5V ADSTB0# AD6 GND AD4 AD2 1.5V ADSTB0 AD7 GND AD5 AD3 1.Internal Connectors Description address/data 30 address/data 28 3.5 volt supply AD bus strobe 0 + address/data 7 ground address/data 5 address/data 3 1.3V AD26 AD24 GND ADSTB1# C/BE3# 1.5V AD13 AD11 GND AD9 C/BE0# 1.5 volt supply address/data 22 address/data 20 ground address/data 18 address/data 16 1.5V AD21 AD19 GND AD17 C/BE2# 1.5 volt supply address/data 0 AGP Vref gc Name AD30 AD28 3.5 volt supply address/data 14 address/data 12 ground address/data 10 address/data 8 1.5 volt supply address/data 1 AGP Vref cg TRDY# STOP# PME# GND PAR AD15 1.5V AD1 VREFCG Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 39 .5V AD22 AD20 GND AD18 AD16 1.5V AD0 VREFGC DEVSEL# 1.5 volt supply address/data 13 address/data 11 ground address/data 9 command/byte enables 0 1.

translation DVO signals (pins not used for this purpose are omitted): Description DPMS ADDID1 ADDID3 ADDID5 ADDID7 DVOBCINT# DVOCD11 DVOCD9 DVOCD7 DVOCCLK# DVOCD5 DVOCD3 DVOCD1 DVOCBLANK# DVOCVSYNC MDVIDATA MDVICLK MDDCCLK DVODETECT MDDCCDATA DVOBCCLKINT DVOBD11 DVOBD9 DVOBD7 DVOBCLK# DVOBD5 DVOBD3 DVOBD1 DVOHSYNC Name PIPE# SBA1 SBA3 SBA5 SBA7 AD30 AD28 AD26 AD24 ADSTB1# C/BE3# AD22 AD20 AD18 AD16 FRAME# TRDY# STOP# PAR AD15 AD13 AD11 AD9 C/BE0# ADSTB0# AD6 AD4 AD2 AD0 A12 A15 A17 A20 A21 A26 A27 A29 A30 A32 A33 A35 A36 A38 A39 A41 A46 A47 A50 A51 A53 A54 A56 A57 A59 A60 A62 A63 A65 Pin B12 B15 B17 B20 B21 B26 B27 B29 B30 B32 B33 B35 B36 B38 B39 B41 B46 B47 B50 B51 B53 B54 B56 B57 B59 B60 B62 B63 B65 Name RBF# SBA0 SBA2 SBA4 SBA6 AD31 AD29 AD27 AD25 ADSTB1 AD23 AD21 AD19 AD17 IRDY# DEVSEL# Description ADDID0 ADDID2 ADDID4 ADDID6 DVOCFLDSTL DVOCD10 DVOCD8 DVOCD6 DVOCCLK DVOCD4 DVOCD2 DVOCD0 DVOCHSYNC MI2CCLK MI2CDATA C/BE1# AD14 AD12 AD10 AD8 ADSTB0 AD7 AD5 AD3 AD1 DVOBLANK# DVOBFLDSTL DBOBD10 DVOBD8 DVOBD6 DVOBCLK DVOBD4 DVOBD2 DVOBD0 DVOVSYNC page 40 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 .Chapter: Connectors Internal Connectors Pinout AGP connector.

The signals for these protocols are available through a 2x5 pin connector (JST B10B-PHDSSLFSN. Pinout SMBus/I2C connector: Description 3. The SMBus signals are processed by the ICH chip (Intel 82801).3V SMBCLK SMBALRT# I2CLK VCC 1 2 3 4 5 Pin 6 7 8 9 10 Name GND SMBDAT SVCC I2DAT GND Description ground SMBus data standby supply 5V I2C bus data ground Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 41 .8 SMB/I2C The CB1050 can communicate with external devices via the SMBus protocol or the I2C protocol. the I2C signals are processed by the SIO1 unit (Winbond W83627).Internal Connectors Chapter: Connectors 3. mating connector: PHDR-10VS).3 volt supply SMBus clock SMBus alarm I2C bus clock 5 volt supply Name 3.4.

Chapter: Connectors Internal Connectors 3. Pinout fan connector: Pin 1 2 3 Name GND 12V TACHO ground 12 volt supply regulated fan monitoring signal Description page 42 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 .9 Fan Connectors Four 3 pin connectors are available for controlling and monitoring external fans (12 volt). For the monitoring the fans must provide a corresponding speed signal.4.

you will have to set the clock again. after the Clear CMOS procedure. wait a few seconds. change the jumper setting from normal (pins 1 & 2 short) to "Clear CMOS" (pins 2 & 3 short). So don't forget that. CAUTION If you reset the CMOS this does not only bring all settings made in BIOS setup back to default values. put the jumper back into normal position and reboot.1 Clear CMOS In case the board doesn't start up anymore and BIOS setup is inaccessible there is a "last resort": You can use the "Clear CMOS" jumper to reset all CMOS settings to factory defaults.5.Jumper Settings Chapter: Connectors 3.5 Jumper Settings 3. In order to do so you need to shut down the computer. Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 43 . it also clears the date and time information stored in CMOS.

In the default configuration this jumper is open which means that BIOS 1 is active.Chapter: Connectors Jumper Settings 3. CAUTION The second firmware hub can also be used as an option ROM. To activate BIOS 2 the jumper must be closed.2 BIOS Select The CB1050 has two firmware hubs which makes it possible to store different BIOS versions in each hub. page 44 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 . the board must be switched off before changing this or any other jumper setting. Of course.5. If you then want to change from one BIOS to the other the "BIOS Select" jumper must be used. If this is the case closing the "BIOS Select" jumper will render the board unable to start.

either using normal power supply VCC or standby power supply SVCC. for SVCC please short pins 2 and 3. For VCC you need to short pins 1 and 2.5.3 Jumper: Keyboard Power (KBPWR) Power supply for keyboard and mouse can be provided in two different ways.Jumper Settings Chapter: Connectors 3. You can switch between the two by using the KBPWR jumper. Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 45 .

See also the chapters “Load Fail-Safe Defaults" (5.2 Top Level Menu Phoenix – AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility Standard CMOS Features Advanced BIOS Features Advanced Chipset Features Integrated Peripherals Power Management Setup PnP/PCI Configurations PC Health Status Esc : Quit F10 : Save & Exit Setup ! " # $ : Select Item Frequency/Voltage Control Load Fail-Safe Defaults Load Optimized Defaults Set Password Save & Exit Setup Exit Without Saving "brief description of selected item" The sign „ “ in front of an item means that there is a sub menu.1 Remarks for Setup Use In a setup page. which subsequently leads to a successful boot process. Neither do they represent the recommended settings nor the default settings. What the appropriate settings are depends entirely on the particular application scenario in which the board is used.10) and “Load Optimized Defaults” (5. that the item is disabled but can be enabled by changing or selecting some other item (usually somewhere above the disabled item on the same screen). Fail-safe defaults are loaded with F6 and optimized defaults are loaded with F7. For selecting an item press Enter which will open either a sub menu or a dialog screen. 4. those values are loaded as default for all setup items afterwards. standard values for its setup entries can be loaded. The settings displayed in the screenshots on the following pages are meant to be examples only.Chapter: BIOS Settings Remarks for Setup Use 4 BIOS Settings 4. This is different if these defaults are called from the Top Menu. page 46 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 . Once a setup setting was saved. NOTE BIOS features and setup options are subject to change without further notice. These standard values are independent of the fact that a board has successfully booted with a setup setting before.11). The „x“ sign in front of an item means. Use the arrow buttons to navigate from one item to another.

5. 3.88M. 3. But Diskette / All.Standard CMOS Features Chapter: BIOS Settings 4.5 in.5 in. / 1.5 in. None / 360K. / 2.5 in. 3.25 in. 49) ü IDE Secondary Master Sub menu: see "IDE Primary Master/Slave" (p.25 in.88M. 49) ü IDE Primary Slave Sub menu: see "IDE Primary Master/Slave" (p. / 1. EGA/VGA / CGA 40 / CGA 80 / Mono All Errors / No Errors / All. 3. But Keyboard / All. Oct 24 2007 Time (hh:mm:ss) 11 : 13 : 35 IDE IDE IDE IDE Primary Master Primary Slave Secondary Master Secondary Slave [ [ [ [ None] None] None] None] Item Help Drive A Drive B Video Halt On Base Memory Extended Memory Total Memory [None] [None] [EGA/VGA] [All . 5.44M. 5.5 in. 5. / 720K. 49) ü Drive A Options: ü Drive B Options: ü Video Options: ü Halt On Options: None / 360K. But Keyboard] 640K 489472K 490496K !"#$:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:Help F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults ü Date (mm:dd:yy) Options: mm: dd: yy: ü Time (hh:mm:ss) Options: hh: mm: ss: month day year hours minutes seconds ü IDE Primary Master Sub menu: see "IDE Primary Master/Slave" (p.5 in. / 1. 3. 49) ü IDE Secondary Slave Sub menu: see "IDE Primary Master/Slave" (p.2M. 3. / 720K. But Disk/Key ü Base Memory Options: none Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 47 .44M.2M.25 in. / 1.25 in.3 Standard CMOS Features Phoenix – AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility Standard CMOS Features Date (mm:dd:yy) Wed. / 2.

Chapter: BIOS Settings ü Extended Memory Options: none ü Total Memory Options: none Standard CMOS Features page 48 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 .

Standard CMOS Features Chapter: BIOS Settings 4.1 IDE Primary Master/Slave Phoenix – AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility IDE Primary Master IDE HDD Auto-Detection [Press Enter] IDE Primary Master Access Mode [Auto] [Auto] Item Help Capacity Cylinder Head Precomp Landing Zone Sector 0 MB 0 0 0 0 0 !"#$:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:Help F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults ü IDE HDD Auto-Detection Options: none ü IDE Primary Master Options: None / Auto / Manual ü Access Mode Options: CHS / LBA / Large / Auto ü Capacity Options: ü Cylinder Options: ü Head Options: ü Precomp Options: none none none none ü Landing Zone Options: none ü Sector Options: none Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 49 .3.

Chapter: BIOS Settings Advanced BIOS Features 4.M. Capability [Enabled] Report No FDD For WIN 95 [No] Full Screen LOGO Show [Disabled] !"#$:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:Help F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults ü CPU Feature Sub menu: see "CPU Feature" (p.T.R.4 OS Select For DRAM > 64MB [Non OS2] HDD S.4 Advanced BIOS Features Phoenix – AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility Advanced BIOS Features CPU Feature [Press Enter] Item Help Virus Warning [Disabled] CPU L1 & L2 Cache [Enabled] Quick Power On Self Test [Enabled] First Boot Device [HDD-0] Second Boot Device [Disabled] Third Boot Device [Disabled] Boot Other Device [Enabled] Swap Floppy Drive [Disabled] Boot Up Floppy Seek [Disabled] Boot Up NumLock Status [On] Gate A20 Option [Fast] Typematic Rate Setting [Disabled] x Typematic Rate (Chars/Sec) 6 x Typematic Delay (Msec) 250 Security Option [Setup] APIC Mode [Disabled] x MPS Version Control For OS 1.A. 52) ü Virus Warning Options: Enabled / Disabled ü CPU L1 & L2 Cache Options: Enabled / Disabled ü Quick Power On Self Test Options: Enabled / Disabled ü First Boot Device Options: Floppy / LS120 / HDD-0 / SCSI / CDROM / HDD-1 / HDD-2 / HDD-3 / ZIP100 / USB-FDD / USB-ZIP / USB-CDROM / USB-HDD / WinCE / Disabled ü Second Boot Device Options: Floppy / LS120 / HDD-0 / SCSI / CDROM / HDD-1 / HDD-2 / HDD-3 / ZIP100 / USB-FDD / USB-ZIP / USB-CDROM / USB-HDD / WinCE / Disabled ü Third Boot Device Options: Floppy / LS120 / HDD-0 / SCSI / CDROM / HDD-1 / HDD-2 / HDD-3 / ZIP100 / USB-FDD / USB-ZIP / USB-CDROM / USB-HDD / WinCE / Disabled ü Boot Other Device Options: Enabled / Disabled ü Swap Floppy Drive Options: Enabled / Disabled ü Boot Up Floppy Seek Options: Enabled / Disabled page 50 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 .

Capability Options: Enabled / Disabled ü Report No FDD For WIN 95 Options: No / Yes ü Full Screen LOGO Show Options: Enabled / Disabled Chapter: BIOS Settings Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 51 .T.4 ü OS Select For DRAM > 64MB Options: Non-OS2 / OS2 ü HDD S.M.A.R.Advanced BIOS Features ü Boot Up NumLock Status Options: Off / On ü Gate A20 Option Options: Normal / Fast ü Typematic Rate Setting Options: Enabled / Disabled ü Typematic Rate (Chars/Sec) Options: 6 / 8 / 10 / 12 / 15 / 20 / 24 / 30 ü Typematic Delay (Msec) Options: 250 / 500 / 750 / 1000 ü Security Option Options: Setup / System ü APIC Mode Options: Enabled / Disabled ü MPS Version Control For OS Options: 1.1 / 1.

Chapter: BIOS Settings Advanced BIOS Features 4.4.1 CPU Feature Phoenix – AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility CPU Feature Thermal Management Thermal Monitor 1 Delay Prior to Thermal TM disable CPU Speed and Voltage Default Item Help !"#$:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:Help F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults ü Thermal Management Options: none ü Delay Prior to Thermal Options: none ü CPU Speed and Voltage Options: none page 52 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 .

5 x Active to Precharge Delay 7 x DRAM RAS# to CAS# Delay 3 x DRAM RAS# Precharge 3 DRAM Data Integrity Mode Non-ECC MGM Core Frequency [Auto Max 266MHz] System BIOS Cacheable [Enabled] Video BIOS Cacheable [Enabled] Memory Hole At 15M-16M [Disabled] Delayed Transaction [Enabled] AGP Aperture Size (MB) [64] ** On-Chip VGA Setting ** On-Chip VGA [Enabled] On-Chip Frame Buffer Size [32MB] Display Configuration [Auto] Current Configuration CRT Enable 2nd VGA-PCI [Disabled] !"#$:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:Help F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults ü DRAM Timing Selectable Options: By SPD / Manual ü CAS Latency Time Options: 2.5 / 2 ü Active to Precharge Delay Options: 5/6/7 ü DRAM RAS# to CAS# Delay Options: 2/3 ü DRAM RAS# Precharge Options: 2/3 ü DRAM Data Integrity Mode Options: none ü MGM Core Frequency Options: Auto Max 266MHz / 400/266/133/200 MHz / 400/200/100/200 MHz / 400/200/100/133 MHz / 400/266/133/267 MHz / 400/333/166/250 MHz / Auto Max 400/333 MHz ü System BIOS Cacheable Options: Enabled / Disabled ü Video BIOS Cacheable Options: Enabled / Disabled ü Memory Hole At 15M-16M Options: Enabled / Disabled Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 53 .5 Advanced Chipset Features Phoenix – AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility Advanced Chipset Features DRAM Timing Selectable [By SPD] Item Help x CAS Latency Time 2.Advanced Chipset Features Chapter: BIOS Settings 4.

Chapter: BIOS Settings ü Delayed Transaction Options: Enabled / Disabled ü AGP Aperture Size Options: 4 / 8 / 16 / 32 / 64 / 128 / 256 ü On Chip VGA Options: Enabled / Disabled ü On Chip Frame Buffer Size Options: 1MB / 4MB / 8MB / 16MB / 32MB Advanced Chipset Features ü Display Configuration Options: Auto / DVI+CRT Mode 1 / DVI+CRT Mode 2 / LVDS 640*480 / LVDS 800*600 / LVDS 1024*768 / LVDS 1280*1024 / LVDS 1600*1200 / CRT ü Current Configuration Options: none ü Enable 2nd VGA PCI Options: Enabled / Disabled page 54 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 .

Integrated Peripherals Chapter: BIOS Settings 4.6 Integrated Peripherals Phoenix – AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility Integrated Peripherals OnChip IDE Device [Press Enter] Onboard Device [Press Enter] SuperIO Device [Press Enter] Item Help !"#$:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:Help F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults ü OnChip IDE Device Sub menu: see "OnChip IDE Devices" (p. 58) Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 55 . 56) ü Onboard Device Sub menu: see "Onboard Devices" (p. 57) ü SuperIO Device Sub menu: see "SuperIO Devices" (p.

Chapter: BIOS Settings Integrated Peripherals 4.1 OnChip IDE Devices Phoenix – AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility OnChip IDE Device On-Chip Primary PCI IDE [Enabled] IDE Primary Master PIO [Auto] IDE Primary Slave PIO [Auto] IDE Primary Master UDMA [Auto] IDE Primary Slave UDMA [Auto] On-Chip Secondary PCI IDE [Enabled] IDE Secondary Master PIO [Auto] IDE Secondary Slave PIO [Auto] IDE Secondary Master UDMA [Auto] IDE Secondary Slave UDMA [Auto] IDE HDD Block Mode [Enabled] Item Help !"#$:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:Help F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults ü On-Chip Primary PCI IDE Options: Enabled / Disabled ü IDE Primary Master PIO Options: Auto / Mode 0 / Mode 1 / Mode 2 / Mode 3 / Mode 4 ü IDE Primary Slave PIO Options: Auto / Mode 0 / Mode 1 / Mode 2 / Mode 3 / Mode 4 ü IDE Primary Master UDMA Options: Disabled / Auto ü IDE Primary Slave UDMA Options: Disabled / Auto ü On-Chip Secondary PCI IDE Options: Enabled / Disabled ü IDE Secondary Master PIO Options: Auto / Mode 0 / Mode 1 / Mode 2 / Mode 3 / Mode 4 ü IDE Secondary Slave PIO Options: Auto / Mode 0 / Mode 1 / Mode 2 / Mode 3 / Mode 4 ü IDE Secondary Master UDMA Options: Disabled / Auto ü IDE Secondary Slave UDMA Options: Disabled / Auto ü IDE HDD Block Mode Options: Enabled / Disabled page 56 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 .6.

0 Controller Options: Enabled / Disabled ü USB Keyboard Support Options: Enabled / Disabled ü USB Mouse Support Options: Enabled / Disabled ü AC97 Audio Options: Disabled / Auto ü Init Display First Options: Onboard/AGP / PCI Slot ü Touch Options: Enabled / Disabled ü Onboard LAN BootROM Options: Enabled / Disabled Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 57 .2 Onboard Devices Phoenix – AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility Onboard Device USB Controller [Enabled] USB 2.6.0 Controller [Enabled] USB Keyboard Support [Disabled] USB Mouse Support [Disabled] AC97 Audio [Auto] Init Display First [Onboard/AGP] Touch [Enabled] Onboard LAN BootROM [Disabled] Item Help !"#$:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:Help F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults ü USB Controller Options: Enabled / Disabled ü USB 2.Integrated Peripherals Chapter: BIOS Settings 4.

..3 SuperIO Devices Phoenix – AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility SuperIO Device Onboard Serial Port 3 [3E8/IRQ11] Onboard Serial Port 4 [2E8/IRQ10] POWER ON Function [Hot KEY] KB Power ON Password Enter Hot Key Power ON [Ctrl-F1] Onboard FDC Controller [Enabled] Onboard Serial Port 1 [3F8/IRQ4] Onboard Serial Port 2 [2F8/IRQ3] UART Mode Select [Normal] RxD .TxD2 Onboard Parallel Port [378/IRQ7] Parallel Port Mode [Normal] EPP Mode Select EPP1.6.Hi / Lo.Lo ü IR Transmission Delay Options: Enabled / Disabled ü UR2 Duplex Mode Options: Full / Half page 58 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 . / Ctrl-F12 ü Onboard FDC Controller Options: Enabled / Disabled ü Onboard Serial Port 1 Options: Disabled / 3F8/IRQ4 / 2F8/IRQ3 / 3E8/IRQ4 / 2E8/IRQ3 / Auto ü Onboard Serial Port 2 Options: Disabled / 3F8/IRQ4 / 2F8/IRQ3 / 3E8/IRQ4 / 2E8/IRQ3 / Auto ü UART Mode Select Options: IrDA / ASKIR / Normal ü RxD .Chapter: BIOS Settings Integrated Peripherals 4. TxD Active Hi.Hi / Hi.Lo IR Transmission Delay Enabled UR2 Duplex Mode Half Use IR Pins RxD2. TxD Active Options: Hi.9 ECP Mode Use DMA 3 Item Help x x x x x x x !"#$:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:Help F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults ü Onboard Serial Port 3 Options: Disabled / 3F8/IRQ11 / 2F8/IRQ11 / 3E8/IRQ11 / 2E8/IRQ11 ü Onboard Serial Port 4 Options: Disabled / 3F8/IRQ10 / 2F8/IRQ10 / 3E8/IRQ10 / 2E8/IRQ10 ü POWER ON Function Options: Password / Hot KEY / Mouse Left / Mouse Right / Any KEY / BUTTON ONLY / Keyboard 98 ü KB Power ON Password Options: Enter Password ü Hot Key Power ON Options: Ctrl-F1 / .Lo / Lo.

TxD2 / IR-Rx2Tx2 ü Onboard Parallel Port Options: Disabled / 378/IRQ7 / 278/IRQ5 / 3BC/IRQ7 ü Parallel Port Mode Options: SPP / EPP / ECP / ECP+EPP / Normal ü EPP Mode Select Options: EPP1.7 ü ECP Mode Use DMA Options: 1/3 Chapter: BIOS Settings Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 59 .Integrated Peripherals ü Use IR Pins Options: RxD2.9 / EPP1.

15 Min ü Soft-Off by PWR-BTTN Options: Instant-Off / Delay 4 Sec ü PWRON After PWR-Fail Options: Former Sts / On / Off page 60 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 ..7 Power Management Setup Phoenix – AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility Power Management Setup ACPI Function [Enabled] ACPI Suspend Type [S1(POS)] Run VGABIOS if S3 Resume Yes Power Management [User Define] Video Off Method [DPMS] Video Off in Suspend [Yes] Suspend Type [Stop Grant] Modem Use IRQ [3] Suspend Mode [Disabled] HDD Power Down [Disabled] Soft-Off by PWR-BTTN [Instant-Off] PWRON After PWR-Fail [On] Wake-Up by PCI card [Disabled] Power On by Ring [Disabled] x USB KB Wake-Up From S3 Disabled Resume by Alarm [Disabled] x Date(of Month) Alarm 0 x Time(hh:mm:ss) 0 : 0 : 0 Item Help !"#$:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:Help F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults ü ACPI function Options: Enabled / Disabled ü ACPI Suspend Type Options: S1(POS) / S3(STR) / S1&S3 ü Run VGABIOS if S3 Resume Options: Auto / Yes / No ü Power Management Options: User Define / Min Saving / Max Saving ü Video Off Method Options: Blank Screen / V/H SYNC+Blank / DPMS ü Video Off In Suspend Options: No / Yes ü Suspend Type Options: Stop Grant / PwrOn Suspend ü MODEM Use IRQ Options: NA / 3 / 4 / 5 / 7 / 9 / 10 / 11 ü Suspend Mode Options: Disabled / 1 Min / 2 Min / 4 Min / 8 Min / 12Min / 20 Min / 30 Min / 40 Min / 1 Hour ü HDD Power Down Options: Disabled / 1 Min .Chapter: BIOS Settings Power Management Setup 4..

COM.LPT Port Options: Enabled / Disabled ü PCI PIRQ[A-D]# Options: Enabled / Disabled Chapter: BIOS Settings Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 61 .. [mm] and [ss] ü Primary IDE 0 Options: Enabled / Disabled ü Primary IDE 1 Options: Enabled / Disabled ü Secondary IDE 0 Options: Enabled / Disabled ü Secondary IDE 1 Options: Enabled / Disabled ü FDD.Power Management Setup ü Wake Up by PCI Card Options: Enabled / Disabled ü Power-On by Ring Options: Enabled / Disabled ü USB KB Wake Up From S3 Options: Enabled / Disabled ü Resume by Alarm Options: Enabled / Disabled ü Date(of Month) Alarm Options: 1 / . / 31 ü Time (hh:mm:ss) Alarm Options: insert [hh]..

Chapter: BIOS Settings PnP/PCI Configuration 4. 63) ü Memory Resources Sub menu: see "Memory Resources" (p.8 PnP/PCI Configuration Phoenix – AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility PNP/PCI Configurations Item Help Reset Configuration Data Resources Controlled By IRQ Resources Memory Resources PCI/VGA Palette Snoop [Disabled] [Manual] [Press Enter] [Press Enter] [Disabled] !"#$:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:Help F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults ü Reset Configuration Data Options: Enabled / Disabled ü Resources Controlled By Options: Auto(ESCD) / Manual ü IRQ Resources Sub menu: see "IRQ Resources" (p. 64) ü PCI/VGA Palette Snoop Options: Enabled / Disabled page 62 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 .

8.PnP/PCI Configuration Chapter: BIOS Settings 4.1 IRQ Resources Phoenix – AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility IRQ Resources assigned to [PCI Device] assigned to [PCI Device] assigned to [PCI Device] assigned to [PCI Device] assigned to [PCI Device] assigned to [PCI Device] assigned to [PCI Device] assigned to [PCI Device] assigned to [PCI Device] assigned to [PCI Device] IRQ-3 IRQ-4 IRQ-5 IRQ-7 IRQ-9 IRQ-10 IRQ-11 IRQ-12 IRQ-14 IRQ-15 Item Help !"#$:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:Help F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults ü IRQ-3 assigned to Options: PCI Device / Reserved ü IRQ-4 assigned to Options: PCI Device / Reserved ü IRQ-5 assigned to Options: PCI Device / Reserved ü IRQ-7 assigned to Options: PCI Device / Reserved ü IRQ-9 assigned to Options: PCI Device / Reserved ü IRQ-10 assigned to Options: PCI Device / Reserved ü IRQ-11 assigned to Options: PCI Device / Reserved ü IRQ-12 assigned to Options: PCI Device / Reserved ü IRQ-14 assigned to Options: PCI Device / Reserved ü IRQ-15 assigned to Options: PCI Device / Reserved Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 63 .

Chapter: BIOS Settings PnP/PCI Configuration 4.8.2 Memory Resources Phoenix – AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility Memory Resources Reserved Memory Base [N/A] x Reserved Memory Length 8K Item Help !"#$:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:Help F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults ü Reserved Memory Base Options: N/A / D000 / D800 ü Reserved Memory Length Options: 8K / 16K / 32K page 64 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 .

0 V Options: ü +1.25V Options: none Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 65 .5 V 1.02V Memory 2.13V Fan1 / 2 Speed 2836 RPM 0 RPM Fan3 / 4 Speed 0 RPM 0 RPM Board Revision 1 Item Help !"#$:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:Help F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults ü Temp.3 V Options: ü +5. CPU Options: none ü Temp.99V +1. Board 27°C Temp.28V S3.17V 1.5 V 3.00V -11.48V -5 V / -12 V 0.31V 1.29V +5.73V 12 V / DDR 1. DDR Options: none ü CPU Core Options: none ü GMCH Core Options: none ü CPU VTT Options: none ü Memory 2. DDR 28°C CPU Core 1.5V Options: none ü +3.PC Health Status Chapter: BIOS Settings 4. Board Options: none ü Temp. CPU 33°C Temp.3 V / S1.5 V Options: none none none ü -5 V / -12 V Options: none ü 12 V / DDR 1.3 V 3.49V +3.25 V 12.5 V 2.52V VBatt 3.9 PC Health Status Phoenix – AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility PC Health Status Temp.37V CPU VTT 1.53V GMCH Core 1.0 V 4.

Chapter: BIOS Settings ü S3.3 V / S1.5 V Options: none ü VBatt Options: PC Health Status none ü Fan1 / 2 Speed Options: none ü Fan3 / 4 Speed Options: none ü Board Revision Options: none page 66 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 .

10 Frequency/Voltage Control Phoenix – AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility Frequency / Voltage Control Auto Detect PCI Clk [Enabled] Spread Spectrum 0.Frequency/Voltage Control Chapter: BIOS Settings 4.3% Center Item Help !"#$:Move Enter:Select +/-/PU/PD:Value F10:Save ESC:Exit F1:Help F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults ü Auto Detect PCI Clk Options: Enabled / Disabled ü Spread Spectrum Options: none Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 67 .

4. the last working setup is loaded from flash.11 Load Fail-Safe Defaults If this option is chosen.14 Save & Exit Setup Settings are saved and the board is restarted. 4. Working means that the setup setting has already led to a successful boot process.12 Load Optimized Defaults This option applies like described under “Remarks for Setup Use” (5. Use this option with care! Forgotten or lost passwords are a frequent problem. At first start of the BIOS. This status is achieved again. 4.15 Exit Without Saving This option leaves the setup without saving any changes. This status is reached again. optimized values are loaded from the setup. At the first setting of the BIOS setup. safe values are loaded which lets the board boot. if the board is reprogrammed with the corresponding flash-program and the required parameters.13 Set Password Here you can enter a password to protect the BIOS settings against unauthorized changes. 4.1).Chapter: BIOS Settings Load Fail-Safe Defaults 4. page 68 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 . which are supposed to make the board boot. if the board is reprogrammed using the flash program with the required parameters.

the program will stop with an error message.EXE” of the company Phoenix is used for this. A complete description of all valid parameters is shown with the parameter “/?”. that the new BIOS works correctly and that all chipset registers. which were saved in the setup. This ensures. Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 69 . otherwise the update is stopped and the BIOS is destroyed afterwards. DMI and PnP is strongly recommended. the program “AWDFLASH. In case such a memory manager is loaded.EXE”. This parameter bypasses all security checks during programming. the parameter “/py” must be added. In order to make the updating process run automatically. The program should be started as follows: awdflash [biosfilename] /sn /cc /cd /cp /sn /cc /cd /cp Do not save the current BIOS Clear the CMOS Clear the DMI information Clear the PnP information The erasure of CMOS. are reinitialized through the BIOS. It is important. you should only update the BIOS if you really need the changes/corrections which come with the new BIOS version. Therefore. CAUTION Before you proceed to update the BIOS you need to make absolutely sure that you have the right BIOS file which was issued for the exact board and exact board revision that you wish to update. CAUTION Updating the BIOS in an improper way can render the board unusable. If you try to update the BIOS using the wrong file the board will not start up again.Exit Without Saving Chapter: BIOS update 5 BIOS update If a BIOS update becomes necessary. that the program is started from a DOS environment without a virtual memory manager such as for example “EMM386. The system must not be interrupted during the flash process.

Chapter: Mechanical Drawing PCB: Mounting Holes 6 Mechanical Drawing 6.1 PCB: Mounting Holes page 70 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 .

075mm amplitude 58 up to 500Hz. for packaged boards 0°C to +60°C (extended temperature on request) -25°C up to +85°C -25°C up to +85°C.5°C per 30 minutes 1. 7.0°C per minute 1. 6ms 400m/s.5mm amplitude 9 up to 500Hz.Electrical Data Chapter: Technical Data 7 Technical Data 7.2 Environmental Conditions Temperature Range: Operating: Storage: Shipping: Temperature Changes: Operating: Storage: Shipping: Relative Humidity: Operating: Storage: Shipping: Shock: Operating: Storage: Shipping: Vibrations: Operating: Storage: Shipping: 10 up to 58Hz. for packaged boards 150m/s. 3. 6ms. 10m/s. 6ms 400m/s. including 2x2pin 12V connector >= 3 Volt 7.1 Electrical Data Power Supply: Board: RTC: Electric Power Consumption: Board: RTC: typically 10VA (CPU and expansion cards excluded) <= 10µA ATX.5mm amplitude 9 up to 500Hz. for packaged boards 5% up to 85% (non condensing) 5% up to 95% (non condensing) 5% up to 100% (non condensing). 0. 10m/s 5 up to 9Hz.0°C per minute. for packaged boards Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 71 . 10m/s 5 up to 9Hz. 3. for packaged boards 0.5°C per minute.

Permanent overheating may destroy the board! In case the temperature exceeds 100°C the environmental temperature must be reduced. Additional controllers may also affect the cooling concept. CAUTION The end customer has the responsibility to ensure that the die temperature of the processor does not exceed 100°C. Under certain circumstances sufficient air circulation must be provided.3 Thermal Specifications The board is specified to operate in an environmental temperature range from 0°C to +60°C (extended temperature on request). Since we take thermal solutions seriously we have several advanced. page 72 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 . The power consumption of such components may be comparable to the consumption of the processor. Please contact your sales representative to order or discuss your thermal solution needs. This solution has to take typical and maximum power consumption into account. Maximum die temperature is 100°C. The maximum power consumption may be twice as high and should be used as a basis for the cooling concept. To keep the processor under this threshold an appropriate cooling solution needs to be applied.Chapter: Technical Data Thermal Specifications 7. aggressive cooling solutions in our product portfolio. The board design includes thermal solution mounting points that will provide the best possible thermal interface between die and solution.

Beckhoff's Branch Offices and Representatives

Chapter: Support and Service

8 Support and Service
Beckhoff and their partners around the world offer comprehensive support and service, making available fast and competent assistance with all questions related to Beckhoff products and system solutions.

8.1 Beckhoff's Branch Offices and Representatives
Please contact your Beckhoff branch office or representative for local support and service on Beckhoff products. The addresses of Beckhoff's branch offices and representatives around the world can be found on her internet pages: http://www.beckhoff.com You will also find further documentation for Beckhoff components there.

8.2 Beckhoff Headquarters
Beckhoff Automation GmbH Eiserstr. 5 33415 Verl Germany phone: fax: e-mail: web: +49(0)5246/963-0 +49(0)5246/963-198 info@beckhoff.com www.beckhoff.com

8.2.1 Beckhoff Support
Support offers you comprehensive technical assistance, helping you not only with the application of individual Beckhoff products, but also with other, wide-ranging services: o o o support design, programming and commissioning of complex automation systems and extensive training programs for Beckhoff system components hotline: fax: e-mail: +49(0)5246/963-157 +49(0)5246/963-9157 support@beckhoff.com

8.2.2 Beckhoff Service
The Beckhoff Service Center supports you in all matters of after-sales service: o o o o on-site service repair service spare parts service hotline service hotline: fax: e-mail: +49(0)5246/963-460 +49(0)5246/963-479 service@beckhoff.com

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Annex: Post-Codes

I Annex: Post-Codes
Code 01h 03h 05h 07h 08h 0Ah Description The Xgroup-program code is written in the random access memory from address 1000:0 onwards. Initialise Variable/Routine "Superio_Early_Init". 1. Cancel display 2. Cancel CMOS error flag 1. Cancel 8042 (keyboard controller) Interface Register 2. Initialising and self testing of 8042 (keyboard controller) 1. Test of special keyboard controllers (Winbond 977 super I/O Chip-series). 2. Enabling of the keyboard-interface register 1. Disabling of the PS/2 mouse interface (optional). 2. Auto-detection of the connectors for Keyboard and mouse, optional: swap of PS/2 mouse ports and PS/2 interfaces. Test of the F000h-memory segment (Read/Write ability). In case of an error a signal will come out of the loud speakers. Auto-detection of the flash-rom-type and loading of the suitable Read/Write program into the run time memory segment F000 (it is required for ESCD-data & the DMI-pool-support). Interface-test of the CMOS RAM-logic (walking 1’s”-algorithm). Setting of the power status of the real-time-clock (RTC), afterwards test of register overflow. Initialising of the chip-set with default values. They can be modified through a software (MODBIN) by the OEM-customer. Initialise Variable/Routine "Early_Init_Onboard_Generator". CPU auto-detection (manufacturer, SMI type (Cyrix or Intel), CPU-class (586 or 686). Initialising if the interrupt pointer table. If nothing else is pretended, the hardware interrupts will point on “SPURIOUS_INT_HDLR and the software interrupts will point on SPURIOUS_soft_HDLR. Initialise Variable/Routine EARLY_PM_INIT. Load the keyboard table (Notebooks) Initialising of the hardware power management (HPM) (Notebooks) 1. Test the validity of the RTC-values (Example: “5Ah” is an invalid value for an RTC-minute). 2. Load the CMOS-values into the BIOS Stack. Default-values are loaded if CMOS-checksum errors occur. 3. Preparing of the BIOS ‘resource map’ for the PCI & plug and play configuration. If ESCD is valid, take into consideration the ESCD’s legacy information. 4. Initialise the onboard clock generator. Clock circuit at non-used PCI- and DIMM slots. 5. First initialising of PCI-devices: assign PCI-bus numbers - alot memory- & I/O resources search for functional VGA-controllers and VGA-BIOS and copy the latter into memory segment C000:0 (Video ROM Shadow). Initialise cache memory for INT 09 1. Program the CPU (internal MTRR at P6 and PII) for the first memory address range (0-640K). 2. Initialising of the APIC at CPUs of the Pentium-class. 3. Program the chip-set according to the settings of the CMOS-set-up (Example: Onboard IDEcontroller). 4. Measuring of the CPU clock speed. 5. Initialise the video BIOS. 1. Initialise the “Multi-Language”-function of the BIOS 2. Soft copy, e.g. Award-Logo, CPU-type and CPU clock speed… Keyboard-reset (except super I/O chips of the Winbond 977 series) Test the 8254 (timer device) Test the interrupt Mask bits of IRQ-channel 1 of the interrupt controller 8259. Test the interrupt Mask bits of IRQ-channel 2 of the interrupt controller 8259 Testing the function of the interrupt controller (8259). Initialise EISA slot (if existent).

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Annex: Post-Codes Code 49h Description 1. Determination of the entire memory size by revising the last 32-Bit double word of each 64k memory segment. 2. Program “write allocation” at AMD K5-CPUs. 1. Program MTRR at M1 CPUs 2. Initialise level 2-cache at CPUs of the class P6 and set the “cacheable range” of the random access memory. 3. Initialise APIC at CPUs of the class P6. 4. Only for multiprocessor systems (MP platform): Setting of the “cacheable range” on the respective smallest value (for the case of non-identical values). Initialise USB interface Testing of the entire random access memory and deleting of the extended memory (put on “0”) Only for multi processor systems (MP platform): Indicate the number of CPUs. 1. Indicate the plug and play logo 2. First ISA plug and play initialising – CSN-assignment for each identified ISA plug and play device. Initialise TrendMicro anti virus program code. (Optional:) Indication of the possibility to start AWDFLASH.EXE (Flash ROM programming) from the hard disk. 1. Initialise Variable/Routine Init_Onboard_Super_IO. 2. Initialise Variable/Routine Init_Onbaord_AUDIO. Release for starting the CMOS set-up (this means that before this step of POST, users are not able to access the BIOS set-up). Initialising of the PS/2 mouse. Information concerning the size of random access memory for function call (INT 15h with AXReg. = E820h). Enable level 2 cache Programming of the chip set register according to the BIOS set-up and auto-detection table. 1. Assignment of resources for all ISA plug and play devices. 2. Assignment of the port address for onboard COM-ports (only if an automatic junction has been defined in the setup). 1. Initialising of the floppy controller 2. Programming of all relevant registers and variables (floppy and floppy controller). Optional feature: Call of AWDFLASH.EXE if: - the AWDFLASH program was found on a disk in the floppy drive. - the shortcut ALT+F2 was pressed. Detection and installation of the IDE drives: HDD, LS120, ZIP, CDROM… Detection of parallel and serial ports. Co-processor is detected and enabled. 1. Switch over to the text mode, the logo output is supported. - Indication of possibly emerged errors. Waiting for keyboard entry. - No errors emerged, respective F1 key was pressed (continue): Deleting of the EPA- or own logo. 1. Call the pointer to the “chip set power management”. 2. Load the text font of the EPA-logo (not if a complete picture is displayed) 3. If a password is set, it is asked here. Saving of the data in the stack, back to CMOS. Initialising of ISA plug and play boot drives (also Boot-ROMs) 1. Final initialising of the USB-host. 2. At network PCs (Boot-ROM): Construction of a SYSID structure table 3. Backspace the scope presentation into the text mode 4. Initialise the ACPI table (top of memory). 5. Initialise and link ROMs on ISA cards 6. Assignment of PCI-IRQs 7. Initialising of the advanced power management (APM) 8. Set back the IRQ-register.

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4. Generate an MSIRQ-Routing table.. Erase the onscreen and display the overview table (rectangular box). Setting of the clock speed during the boot process 3. Chip set initialising: . Enabling of level 2 cache 2. Generate and update ESCD-table 3. Multi processor system: generate MP-table 2. Program “write combining” at P6 CPUs (INTEL) 1. 5. Correct century settings in the CMOS (20xx or 19xx) 4. 6. Program the changeover of summer-and winter-time 2. Program “write allocation” at K6 CPUs (AMD) 7. Final initialising of the power management.Cut off L2 cache (apron 7 or older) . Update settings of keyboard-LED and keyboard repeat rates 1.Annex: Post-Codes Code 93h 94h Description Reading in of the hard disk boot sector for the inspection through the internal anti virus program (trend anti virus code) 1. Testing of the CMOS read/write functionality Boot trial over boot-loader-routine (software-interrupt INT 19h) 95h 96h C0h C1h C3h C5h CFh FFh page 76 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 .Initialise chip set register Memory detection: Auto detection of DRAM size. Copying of the BIOS program code into the shadow RAM (segments E000 & F000) via chipset hook.Cut off shadow RAM . Synchronise the DOS-system timer with CMOS-time 5. Final initialising of the chip set. type and error correction (ECC or none) Auto detection of L2 cache size (apron 7 or older) Unpacking of the packed BIOS program codes into the random access memory.

witch are fixed by AT compatibility. If interrupts must exclusively be available on the ISA side. these functions do not work any more. Address IRQ0 IRQ1 IRQ2 (9) IRQ3 IRQ4 IRQ5 IRQ6 IRQ7 IRQ8 IRQ9 IRQ10 IRQ11 Timer PS/2 Keyboard (COM3) COM1 COM2 (COM4) FDC LPT1 RTC Function Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 page 77 . Address A0000-BFFFF C0000-CFFFF E0000-EFFFF F0000-FFFFF VGA-RAM VGA-Bios System-BIOS while booting System-BIOS Function C Interrupt The used resources depend on setup settings.Annex: Resources II Annex: Resources A IO Range The used resources depend on setup settings. Other IO ranges are used. The listed interrupts and their use are given through AT compatibility. they have to be reserved through the BIOS setup. the BIOS uses 16KByte RAM in the range from A0000-FFFFF. If the entire range is clogged through option ROMs. If the USB boot function or legacy support is enabled. Address 0-FF 170-17F 1F0-1F7 278-27F 2E8-2EF 2F8-2FF 370-377 378-37F 3BC-3BF 3E8-3EF 3F0-3F7 3F8-3FF Reserved IO area of the board IDE2 IDE1 LPT2 COM4 COM2 FDC2 LPT1 LPT3 COM3 FDC1 COM1 Function B Memory Range The used resources depend on setup settings. which are dynamically adjusted by Plug & Play BIOS while booting. The exclusivity is not given and not possible on the PCI side. The given values are ranges.

Once a device is disabled other devices may get PCI bus numbers different from the ones listed in the table. 0 0 0 2 2 29 29 29 29 30 31 31 31 31 31 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0 1 3 0 1 0 1 2 7 0 0 1 3 5 6 Fct. Controller / Slot Host Bridge ID3580 ID3584 ID3585 VGA Graphics ID3582 Graphics Controller ID3582 USB UHCI Controller #1 ID24C2 USB UHCI Controller #2 ID24C4 USB UHCI Controller #3 ID24C7 USB 2. AD A A D C H C B B B A B C D E F E INTA 0 1 2 3 4 6 REQ PCI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 or 2 1 or 2 1 or 2 1 or 2 1 or 2 1 or 2 1 or 2 Dev. Some PCI devices or functions of devices may be disabled in the BIOS setup.Annex: Resources Address IRQ12 IRQ13 IRQ14 IRQ15 PS/2 Mouse FPU IDE Primary (IDE Secondary) Function D PCI Devices All listed PCI devices exist on the board.0 EHCI Controller ID24CD Hub Interface to PCI Bridge ID244E PCI to LPC Bridge ID24C0 IDE Controller ID24CB SMBus Controller ID24C3 AC ’97 Audio Controller ID24C5 AC ’97 Modem Controller ID24C6 External Slot 1 External Slot 2 External Slot 3 External Slot 4 External Slot 5 External Slot 6 LAN internal ICH4 ID103A 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 0 E SMB Devices Address 10-11 60-61 88-89 A0-A1 A2-A3 A4-AF D2-D3 Standard slave address ICH4 Reserved by BIOS BIOS defined slave address ICH4 DIMM 1 DIMM 2 Reserved by BIOS ICS950813 Function page 78 Beckhoff New Automation Technology CB1050 .