XCPC-6200 Single-Slot CompactPCI bus Intel® Core© 2 Duo Processor Module User Manual

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WARNING This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference, in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.

Warning for European Users – Electromagnetic Compatibility European Union Directive 89/336/EEC requires that this apparatus comply with relevant ITE EMC standards. EMC compliance demands that this apparatus is installed within a CompactPCI enclosure designed to contain electromagnetic radiation and which will provide protection for the apparatus with regard to electromagnetic immunity. This enclosure must be fully shielded. An example of such an enclosure is a Schroff 7U EMC-RFI CompactPCI System chassis, which includes a front cover to complete the enclosure. The connection of non-shielded equipment interface cables to this equipment will invalidate European Free Trade Area (EFTA) EMC compliance and may result in electromagnetic interference and/or susceptibility levels that are in violation of regulations which apply to the legal operation of this device. It is the responsibility of the system integrator and/or user to apply the following directions, as well as those in the user manual, which relate to installation and configuration: All interface cables should be shielded, both inside and outside of the CompactPCI enclosure. Braid/foil type shields are recommended for serial, parallel, and SCSI interface cables. Where as external mouse cables are not generally shielded, an internal mouse interface cable must either be shielded or looped (1 turn) through a ferrite bead at the enclosure point of exit (bulkhead connector). External cable connectors must be metal with metal back-shells and provide 360-degree protection about the interface wires. The cable shield must be terminated directly to the metal connector shell; shield ground drain wires alone are not adequate. CompactPCI panel mount connectors that provide interface to external cables (e.g.,

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RS232, USB, keyboard, mouse, etc.) must have metal housings and provide direct connection to the metal CompactPCI chassis. Connector ground drain wires are not adequate. Environmental Protection Statement This product has been manufactured to satisfy environmental protection requirements where possible. Many of the components used (structural parts, printed circuit boards, connectors, batteries, etc.) are capable of being recycled. Final disposition of this product after its service life must be accomplished in accordance with applicable country, state, or local laws or regulations.

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Table of Contents
XCPC-6200 ................................................................................................................................. i Table of Contents..............................................................................................................................1-1 Chapter 1 – Introduction ....................................................................................................... 1-3 Module Features ...............................................................................................................................1-3 Architecture ......................................................................................................................................1-5 CPU Chip .........................................................................................................................................1-6 PCI Local Bus Interface ....................................................................................................................1-6 The Intel E7520 / 6300ESB ............................................................................................................1-6 PCIe ...............................................................................................................................................1-6 Onboard Memory..............................................................................................................................1-6 SDRAM Memory...........................................................................................................................1-6 Flash BIOS.....................................................................................................................................1-6 Video Controller.............................................................................................................................1-6 Ethernet Controller .........................................................................................................................1-7 Memory Layout ................................................................................................................................1-8 Basic Memory Regions...................................................................................................................1-8 XCPC-6200 Memory Map ................................................................................................................1-9 XCPC-6200 MEMORY MAP .......................................................................................................1-9 XCPC-6200 I/O Map ......................................................................................................................1-10 Interrupt Usage ...............................................................................................................................1-11 Storage Devices (EIDE Drive, SATA Drive, Compact Flash and On-Board Drive)..........................1-11 EIDE and Floppy Drives .................................................................................................................1-11 Serial ATA Hard Drive.................................................................................................................1-12 On-Board Hard Drive (Optional module XCPC-913)....................................................................1-12 Compact Flash Site (Optional module XCPC-912)........................................................................1-12 CompactPCI bus Interface...............................................................................................................1-13 Serial Ports .....................................................................................................................................1-13 Keyboard / Mouse Interface ............................................................................................................1-13 PMC Expansion ..............................................................................................................................1-13 XMC Expansion...........................................................................................................................1-13 Watchdog Timer .............................................................................................................................1-14 Software Support ............................................................................................................................1-14 Environmental Specifications..........................................................................................................1-15 Hardware Specifications .................................................................................................................1-16 CompactPCI bus Specification ........................................................................................................1-17 System Configuration and Expansion Options Tables......................................................................1-17 Chapter 2 – Installation and Setup ....................................................................................... 2-1 Board Layout ....................................................................................................................................2-1 Switches ...........................................................................................................................................2-2 Jumpers ............................................................................................................................................2-3 Registers ...........................................................................................................................................2-4

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Register 218h –CMOS Clear Register.............................................................................................2-4 Register 219h – Flash Control Register ...........................................................................................2-5 Register 233h – Watchdog Timer Register......................................................................................2-5 Front Panel Layout............................................................................................................................2-6 Panel LEDs and Switch.....................................................................................................................2-6 Connectors........................................................................................................................................2-7 Keyboard/Mouse Port Connector ......................................................................................................2-7 Front panel Ethernet..........................................................................................................................2-8 VGA Connector ................................................................................................................................2-9 COM1, COM2 and COM3 Pin Definitions......................................................................................2-11 Figure 2-11 RJ-45 Serial Port Connector .........................................................................................2-11 On-Board Hard Drive/Compact Flash Site.......................................................................................2-12 CompactPCI Interface Connector Pin Definitions............................................................................2-14 CompactPCI Interface J1 Pin-out..................................................................................................2-14 CompactPCI Interface J2 Pin-out..................................................................................................2-15 CompactPCI Interface J3 Pin-out..................................................................................................2-16 CompactPCI Interface J5 Pin-out..................................................................................................2-17 Installing a PMC module on the XCPC-6200 ..................................................................................2-18 CPU Fan Power Connector .............................................................................................................2-19 Installing the XCPC-6200 into a Backplane.....................................................................................2-20 Chapter 3 BIOS Setup Menus ............................................................................................... 3-1 Chapter 4 Programming ........................................................................................................ 4-2 Memory Map ....................................................................................................................................4-2 XCPC-6200 MEMORY MAP ........................................................................................................4-2 I/O Map..........................................................................................................................................4-2 IRQ Map...........................................................................................................................................4-4 XCPC-9090 Rear Transition Module.................................................................................................4-5 Connectors........................................................................................................................................4-6 IDE1 Connector..............................................................................................................................4-6 Serial ATA hard drive Interface......................................................................................................4-7 USB Port Connector .......................................................................................................................4-7 VGA Connector............................................................................................................................4-11 P3 Connector................................................................................................................................4-13 CompactPCI Interface J5 Pin-out..................................................................................................4-14 Appendix A SDRAM and Battery Installation.......................................................................... 1 Memory Type....................................................................................................................................1 DRAM Memory ................................................................................................................................1 Installing SDRAM.............................................................................................................................1 Module Battery Installation ...............................................................................................................2 Index ...................................................................................................................................................2

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Chapter 1 – Introduction
The XCPC-6200 CompactPCI bus Intel® Core2tm Duo PC-compatible CompactPCI bus processor module combines the high performance and ruggedized packaging of the CompactPCI bus with the broad application software base of the IBM PC/AT standard. It integrates the latest processor and chipset technology. The only difference between the various versions of the XCPC-6200 is the CPU used. The L7400 is the lowest power draw of any of our processors while maintaining a very high level of processing power. The T7400 offers the highest performance.

Module Features
The XCPC-6200 is a single slot Core Duo / Core 2 Duo CompactPCI PC Processor Module targeted for the industrial grade market. The hardware design is compatible with existing operating systems and application software. Key features of the XCPC-6200 include: • Intel Core Duo 1.66GHz and 2.0 GHz, and Core 2 Duo Processors 1.5GHz and 2.16 GHz1 • Enhanced Intel SpeedStep® technology hardware and firmware to support operation at reduced frequency and voltage in order to operate at a significantly reduced wattage. • Intel E7520 and 6300ESB chipset • Supports 2x256MB, 2.x512Mbytes, 2x1GB, 2x2GBytes, and 2x4GB of ECC DDR2 400 MHz SDRAM Registered SODIMMs (two SODIMM sites). • 2MB on die level 2 cache on Core Duo processor and 4MB L2 cache on Core 2 Duo. • Dual 10/100/1000 BaseT Gigabit Ethernet controllers on front panel or PICMG 2.16 across backplane. • SM722 Graphics controller analog VGA interface pixel resolution up to 1600x1200 at 85Hz • PMC (PCI Mezzanine Card) site (32/64-bit 33/66MHz) with front panel I/O bezel and User I/O on P0. • Compatible with PICMG 2.0 R3.0 CompactPCI Specification, PICMG 2.16 Packet Switching Backplane Specification, and PICMG 2.1 Hot Swap Specification. • A long duration watchdog timer • • • • • • • • • • • Two serial ports COM1 RS232/RS422/RS485 serial ports on front panel. COM2 RS-232 serial port on P2 Enhanced IDE controller, capable of driving two EIDE devices on P2. Optional on-board 1.8 inch EIDE hard drive or Compact Flash carrier. Combined PS/2 compatible keyboard/mouse port USB 2.0 ports (2 on front panel and 2 on RTM) Front panel reset switch and POST status LEDs Audio input / output (helpful for Radar applications) Optional Rear Transition Module (RTM) available to bring I/O from J3/J5 connectors to standard PC connectors. The RTM also has an optional site for 1.8inch hard drive or Compact Flash carrier. Front panel RESET switch with indicating lights. Red for “fail” and green for “pass” Electrical isolation and noise immunity on the Ethernet ports, Serial Port, and PMC site. Ejector type handles in IEEE 1101.10.

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CompactPCI bus interface

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Architecture
Figure 1 contains the functional block diagram of XCPC-6200 processor board.
Figure 1-1 XCPC-6200 Block Diagram

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CPU Chip
The Intel® Core2tm Duo processors have a new micro-architecture, but remains software compatible with previous members of the Intel microprocessor family. The Intel® Core2tm Duo has a 4MB L2 cache which boosts performance. The two cores can run independent processes, potentially doubling performance. The 17 watt L7400 Intel® Core2tm Duo 1.5Ghz processors provide low power options and T7400 Intel® Core2tm Duo 2.16GHz processor provide higher performance options.

PCI Local Bus Interface The Intel E7520 / 6300ESB chipset supports the Intel® Core2tm Duo processors with up to 400MHz front side bus. The XCPC-6200 incorporates one PCIe and PCI-X buses which is used to service the two Intel 82546EB Ethernet controllers and the on-board PMC site. The PMC site supports both 32-bit/33MHz and 64-bit/66MHz bus speeds with 3.3 I/O support.
PCIx is an enhanced version of PCI (Peripheral Component Interconnect) computer bus. Although PCI-X is backward-compatible with traditional 3.3V PCI 2.0 devices and systems, this specification implements additional features and performance improvements include 3.3V signaling, increased speed grades, and adaptation to other form factors. PCI-X effectively doubles the speed and amount of data exchanged between the computer processor and peripherals. PCIX bus was designed for and is ideally suited for server cards such as Fibre Channel, RAID, highspeed networking, and other demanding devices.

PCIe, is routed to a number of devices on the XCPC-6200 board. The XCPC-6200 provides a XMC site to provide a PCIe X8 connection to XMC capable PMC modules. Onboard Memory

SDRAM Memory
The XCPC-6200 is configured with “dual channel” memory, each CPU core has it’s own path to the memory modules. The two memory sockets are 200-pin SODIMM, providing 512MB, 1GB, 2GB and 4GB of ECC DDR 466MHz SDRAM.

Flash BIOS
The XCPC-6200 system BIOS is contained in a 1MB flash device to facilitate system BIOS updates. Contact Xembedded support for available updates at support@xembedded.com if needed. Be sure to record your current BIOS version number and the reason for the request.

Video Controller
The Silicon Graphics 722 graphics controller has a built-in 2D/3D and 8MB of video display DRAM. The maximum video modes supported are listed in the following table. The highest supported interlaced monitor mode is 1280x1024, 16M colors. Video output is available on the front panel through a standard 15-pin D shell connector. The SM722 graphics controller uses up to 128MB of on-board video memory. The SG 722 has a built-in 3D graphics engine and its display / render core frequency is up to 200MHz.

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Supported Resolution
640x480 800x600 1024x768 1280x1024 1600x1200

Bit Depth/Colors

Vertical Refresh 100 Hz 100 Hz 100 Hz 75 Hz 60 Hz

24-bit/16M color 24-bit/16M color 24-bit/16M color 24-bit/16M color 16-bit/65k color Table 1-1 Maximum Video Modes

Ethernet Controller
The 82571EB dual Giga-bit Ethernet controller provides a pair of 10/100/1000baseT Ethernet interfaces. The 82571EB contains both the MAC and the physical layer. The RJ-45 connectors on the module's front panel provide auto-sensing for 10Base-T, 100Base and 1000Base -TX connections. Each RJ-45 connector has two indicator lights. When mounted vertically, the top light is the link/activity light and the bottom light (the one closer to the COM ports) is the 10Base-T/100Base-TX indicator. When it is off, the connection is 10Base-T; when it is on, the connection is 100Base-TX. When the Ethernet is switched to the rear optional P0 no lights are available to indicate link or speed. The use of the XCPC-9090 is required to connect RJ-45 cables to the rear of the XCPC-6200 processor boards. The XCPC-9100 supports PICMG 2.16 for switch fabric support in the CompactPCI chassis. See chapter 5 for the setup of the XCPC-9090. The XCPC-6200 can only drive one set of rear Ethernets to support either PICMG 2.16 OR rear Ethernet.

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Memory Layout

Basic Memory Regions
There are five basic regions of memory in the system: memory below 1 MB, memory between 1 MB and the Top of Low Memory (TOLM) register memory between the TOLM register and 4 GB, memory above 4 GB, and the high PCI memory range between the top of main memory and 64 GB. The high PCI memory range is added with the MCH, and was not available in previous generations of Intel Architecture 32-bit MCHs. Note that the DRAM that physically overlaps the low PCI Memory Address Range (between TOLM and the 4-GB boundary) may be recovered for use by the system. For example, if there is 4 GB of physical DRAM and 1 GB of PCI space, then the system can address a total of 5 GB. In this instance the top GB of physical DRAM physically located from 3 GB to 4 GB is addressed between 4 GB and 5 GB by the system.

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XCPC-6200 Memory Map
The memory map of the XCPC-6200 as seen by the CPU is shown below. The I/O designation refers to memory which is viewed as part of the AT bus or as part of CompactPCI bus depending on how the Universe is programmed.

XCPC-6200 MEMORY MAP
ADDRESS RANGE SIZE DEVICE (HEX) FFFC0000 - FFFFFFFF 256K SYSTEM BIOS end of DRAM -FFFBFFFF xxxK I/O MEMORY** 00100000 – end of DRAM xxxK DRAM * 000F0000 – 000FFFFF 64K SYSTEM BIOS 000E0000 – 000EFFFF 64K SYSTEM BIOS 000D8000 – 000DFFFF 32K Open memory block 000D0000 – 000D7FFF 32K Open memory block 000CC000 – 000CFFFF 16K Open memory block 000C0000 – 000C7FFF 32K VGA BIOS 000A0000 – 000BFFFF 128K VGA DRAM MEMORY 00000000 – 0009FFFF 640K DRAM *See Intel 6300ESB data sheet for description for optional settings for memory holes or gaps within Memory map area **The PCI devices are located at the very top of memory just below the system BIOS.

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XCPC-6200 I/O Map
I/O map for the XCPC-6200 contains I/O ports of the IBM AT architecture plus some additions for PCI I/O registers and Xycom specific I/O registers. Hex Range Device 000-01F DMA controller 1, 8237A-5 equivalent 020-021 Interrupt controller 1, 8259 equivalent 022-023 Available 024-02D Interrupt controllers 02E-02F LPC SIO 030-03D More interrupt controllers 040-042 Timer/Counter, 8254-2 equivalent 043 Timer/Counter (write only) 04E-04F LPC SIO 050-052 Timer/Counter 060-06F 8742 equivalent (keyboard) 070-07F Real Time Clock bit 7 NMI mask 080-091 DMA page register 92 Fast GateA20 and Fast CPU Init 93-9F DMA page register 0A0-0B1 Interrupt controller 2, 8259 equivalent 0B2-0B3 Power Management 0B4-0BF Interrupt controller 2, 8259 equivalent 0C0-0DF DMA controller 2, 8237A-5 equivalent 0F0 N/A 0F1 N/A 0F2-0FF N/A 170-177 Secondary IDE Controller (Generates CS1*) 1F0-1F7 Primary IDE Controller (Generates CS1*) 219 N/A 234 LAN select, Video select port 235-277 Available 278-27F Available 280-2F7 Available 2F8-2FF COM2 Serial Port 300-36F Available 376 Secondary IDE Controller (Generates CS3*) 378-37F Available 380-3BF Available 3C0-3DF VGA/EGA2 3E8-3EF COM3 Serial Port 3F0-3F5 Primary Floppy disk controller 3F6 Primary IDE Controller (Generates CS3*) 3F8-3FF COM1 Serial port 4D0h ELCR1 (Edge or level triggered) 4D1h ELCR2 (Edge or level triggered) CF8 PCI configuration address register CF9 Reset Control Register CFC PCI configuration data register

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Interrupt Usage

INT#
IRQ0 IRQ1 IRQ2 IRQ3 IRQ4 IRQ5 IRQ6 IRQ7 IRQ8 IRQ9 IRQ9 IRQ10 IRQ11 IRQ12 IRQ13 IRQ14 IRQ15

Function
System Timer Keyboard Interrupt Cascade (reserved) COM2 COM1 and COM 3 Floppy (not used on this board) Parallel Port (LPT1) Real Time Clock Video Onboard PMC-X Ethernet 1 and 2 Mouse Math Coprocessor (reserved) Primary IDE Secondary IDE

The above interrupt mapping is one possible scenario. The user or operating system may choose a different mapping for some of these interrupts based on what devices are actually in the system and require interrupts. If COM2 or LPT1 are not used, then these would free up IRQ3 and IRQ7 respectively. Only one of COM1 or COM3 can function at a time since IRQ4 is edge triggered if an interrupt is required. The default BIOS has the following settings. Interrupt Processing [Use APIC] MP Tables [Enabled]

Storage Devices (EIDE Drive, SATA Drive, Compact Flash and On-Board Drive) EIDE and Floppy Drives
The XCPC-6200 primary IDE and SATA drive signals are routed through the P3 connector providing a simplified method of connecting up to two IDE devices and two SATA drives. The secondary IDE master signals support the optional on-board hard drive or on-board Compact Flash site and the secondary IDE slave signals are not supported. For applications that require mass storage outside the CompactPCI bus chassis, the XCPC-9090 rear transition module plugs onto the CompactPCI bus P3 and P5 connectors at the rear of the chassis. This module provides industry standard connections for EIDE, SATA drives, COM ports, USB ports, VGA port, Dual Ethernet ports, Keybd and Mouse and PMC site rear I/O. For more information on the XCPC-9090, refer to 0.

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Caution
The IDE controller supports enhanced PIO modes, which reduce the cycle times for 16-bit data transfers to the hard drive. Check with your drive manual to see if the drive you are using supports these modes. The higher the PIO mode, the shorter the cycle time. As the IDE cable length increases, this reduced cycle time can lead to erratic operation. As a result, it is in your best interest to keep the IDE cable as short as possible, never longer than 18”. The PIO modes can be selected in the BIOS setup. The Auto configuration will attempt to classify the connected drive if the drive supports the auto ID command. If you experience problems, change the Transfer Mode to Standard.

Caution
The total cable length must not exceed 18 inches. Also, if two drives are connected, they must be no more than six inches apart. See SATA below for longer cable lengths.

Serial ATA Hard Drive
The XCPC-6200 features two (2) SATA-150 drive interfaces out the rear J3 CompactPCI bus connector. The use of the optional rear transition module (XCPC-9090) allows for the connection of two drives using standard SATA cables. If your application requires the external drives to be mounted in a location that requires a long cable run, the SATA drives are better suited to that application. SATA cable can be up to 1 meters or 39” long, EIDE have be less than 18” long. Serial ATA – 7-pin connector The 0.5” wide cable connector directly connects the 4 signal wires and 3 ground lines to the receiving terminal in a single row. Because the connector includes the shielding ground pins, very little crosstalk is introduced. Note that the receiving terminal uses extended connectors for the 3 ground signals so that the ground reference between the device and host can be shared prior to signals being applied at the input. A similar mating sequence is enforced with the new 7/8” wide 15-pin single row power connector. This feature is necessary to accommodate hot-plugging. The 7-pin plugs from both channels of the SATA-150 are on the XCPC-9090, the use of this rear transition module make it possible to connect to a SATA drive. Contact www.serialata.org for more information on the SATA interface.

On-Board Hard Drive (Optional module XCPC-913)
The on-board hard drive resides as a master on the secondary EIDE port. The XCPC-913 is a kit including; 1.8” hard drive, cable, 4 brackets, screws and standoffs. There are no unique drivers required. The XCPC-6200 can be booted from the on-board hard drive if configured in the BIOS Boot menu. NOTE: The XCPC-6200 module can accept either an on-board 1.8” hard drive (XCPC-913) or the Compact Flash carrier (XCPC-912) but not both. NOTE: If the PMC site is required for your application, you can mount the XCPC-912 or XCPC-913 on the XCPC-9090 RTM (Rear Transition Module)

Compact Flash Site (Optional module XCPC-912)
The compact flash socket on the optional carrier module will support type I or type II Compact Flash cards. The compact flash resides as a master on the secondary IDE port. There are no unique drivers required. The XCPC6200 can be booted from the compact flash drive if configured in the BIOS Boot menu. NOTE: The XCPC-6200

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module can accept either an on-board 1.8” hard drive (XCPC-913) or the Compact Flash carrier (XCPC-912) but not both.

CompactPCI bus Interface
The XCPC-6200 uses the PCI local bus to interface to the CompactPCI bus via a PCI-X to CompactPCI bridge device. The CompactPCI bus interface supports full DMA to and from the CompactPCI bus. The PICMG 2.9 Rev 1.0 spec is fully supported.

Serial Ports
XCPC-6200 includes three high-speed 16550-compatible serial ports (RS-232C) with Com 1 capable of RS-232 and RS422/485 configurations. This is done in the SMC SCH3114 LPC Super I/O and programmed via the BIOS. Com port 1 is a RJ-45’s on the front panel and Com2 is available out the J3 CompactPCI bus connector and requires the use of the XCPC990 which provides a standard DB-9 connection. Com3 is a 10-pin header on the XCPC-9090, see chapter 5.

Keyboard / Mouse Interface
A combined keyboard and mouse port PS/2 connector is provided on the front panel. A PS/2 splitter cable part number 140232 (provided with the module) may be used to separate the two ports so that both devices may be simultaneously connected to the module. IF a mouse is not required, a keyboard can be connected directly to the PS/2 port. The keyboard and mouse are controlled in the SMC SCH3114 LPC Super I/O. The keyboard and mouse interface is also available out the J3 CompactPCI connector and is supported on the XCPC-9090 with a PS/2 connector. See Chapter 5 for details.

PMC Expansion
The XCPC-6200 provides an on-board PMC site for use with support for 32/64-bit, 33/66MHz PMC,PMC-X and XMC (PCIe X8) modules. The PMC site is serviced by the on-board PCI-X and PCIe X8 bus. For electrical isolation, the PMC front panel bezel is not connected to the main CPU ground. PCI-X, or PCI extended, is an enhanced version of PCI (Peripheral Component Interconnect) computer bus. Although PCI-X is backward-compatible with traditional PCI devices and systems, this specification implements additional features and performance improvements include 3.3V signaling, increased speed grades, and adaptation to other form factors. PCI-X effectively doubles the speed and amount of data exchanged between the computer processor and peripherals. PCI-X bus was designed for and is ideally suited for server cards such as FPGA, DSP, Fibre Channel, RAID, high-speed networking, and other demanding devices. If a standard PCI PMC card is fitted on the XCPC-6200 PMC site, the on-board PCI-X bus reverts to the PCI bus speed.

XMC Expansion The XMC interface standard extends the PMC standard for mezzanine-to-carrier interfaces using the PCIe X8 bus. The XMC base standard defines 20 differential signal pairs on each high-speed connector. There are a range of interfaces and applications that will benefit from the scalability and throughput provided by the XMC standard. High-performance embedded systems often require tremendous amounts of sensor data, and XMC modules can support multiple channels of Serial FPDP, Fibre Channel, Gigabit and 10G Ethernet, and other streaming interfaces. A/D and D/A interfaces are also well-suited for XMC-based applications.

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Watchdog Timer The XCPC-6200 has a long duration watchdog timer which can count from 1 to 255 seconds or from 1 to 255 minutes. The BIOS supports various system events which can be routed to the watchdog timer. The timer when enabled can generate either an interrupt or a master reset depending on how the watchdog timer is configured.

Note
The timeout range is from 1.0 second to 2.25 seconds; it will typically be 1.6 seconds.

Software Support The XCPC-6200 is fully PC-compatible and will run "off-the-shelf" PC software. The chip set support can be found on the documentation CD that was included in the module box.

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Environmental Specifications
The XCPC-6200 will meet the following environmental requirements: Environmental Specification Thermal Humidity Shock Operating 0 to 55 C with 300 LFM airflow 10% to 90% RH, noncondensing 30 g peak acceleration, 11 msec duration 0.015” (0.38mm) peak-to-peak displacement, 2.5 g maximum acceleration EN 55022 EN 50082-2 Non-Operating
-40 to 85 C

10% to 90% RH, noncondensing 50 g peak acceleration, 11 msec duration 0.030” (0.76mm) peak-to-peak displacement, 5 g maximum acceleration EN 55022 EN 50082-2

Vibration 5 – 2000 Hz

Emissions Immunity

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Hardware Specifications
Characteristic
Power Specifications: Voltage Specifications: CPU speed: Intel Core2 Duo and Core Duo Low Power Processor L2 Cache: Intel Core2 Duo and Core Duo Low Power Processor Onboard memory Graphics Controller Ethernet Controllers (2) Mass Storage Integrated SATA-150 Controller EIDE Ultra DMA 100 interface

Specification
+5Volts 4.8 A (typical); 7.8 A (maximum) +3.3Volts 3 A (typical); 4.5 A (maximum) +5V, +12V, -12V; all +5%/-2.5% (+12V, -12V +5V and 3.3V required) 2.16 GHz (T7400) 1.5 GHz (L7400) 4 MB SDRAM, up to 8 GB (dual channel 200-pin SODIMM) 1600 x 1200 maximum resolution, 24-bit color maximum; 4 MB video memory Intel 82571EB 10/100/1000Base-TX Gigabit Ethernet; RJ-45

SATA 0 and SATA 1 via J3 2 channels via J3 One 1.8" on-board EIDE via optional carrier module One, on-board Compact flash site via optional carrier module

Compact Flash

PMC Site

On board 66 MHz/64 Bit PMC/PCI-X with front and J5 I/O Access. Site is 3.3V interface level. Use XCPC-9090 for rear PMC site I/O.

Stereo Audio (Controller mounted on the XCPC9090, must use the XCPC-9090 to access audio) USB Serial Ports Keyboard and Mouse Regulatory Compliance

Line Level Stereo Input and Output Via 10-pin header on the XCPC-9090 Two USB 2.0 via Front panel Two USB 2.0 via J3 (use the XCPC-9090) RS-232C, 16550 compatible (3) COM1, Com 2, Com3 (Com 1 can be configured for RS-232/422/485, Com 2 and 3 are RS-232 only) Via Front Panel and J5 (use the XCPC-9090) European Union – CE; Electromagnetic Compatibility - 89/336/EEC RoHS Compliant product available

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CompactPCI bus Specification
CompactPCI bus Compliance Complies with CompactPCI bus Specification CompactPCI Packet Switching Backplane PICMG 2.16 Rev 2.0 CompactPCI System Management Spec. PICMG 2.9 Rev 1.0 CompactPCI Hot Swap Spec PICMG 2.1 Rev 2.0 Form Factor: DOUBLE 233.7 mm x 160 mm (9.2" x 6.3")

System Configuration and Expansion Options Tables

Ordering Number XCPC-6200/81X XCPC-6200/91X

CPU Type Intel 1.5GHz L7400 ® Intel 2.16GHz T7400 Memory configurations (total on-board memory) X = 1 for 512MB ECC DRR2 SDRAM X = 2 for 1GB ECC DRR2 SDRAM X = 3 for 2GB ECC DRR2 SDRAM X = 4 for 4 GB ECC DRR2 SDRAM X = 5 for 8 GB ECC DRR2 SDRAM
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The ordering number is broken into two parts. The model number is the 6200. The tab number is the three digits after the slash. For the XCPC-6200, the tab number indicates the CPU type, the center number is always 1, and the third is the amount of SDRAM memory.

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The expansion module options for the XCPC-6200.
Table 1-2 XCPC-6200 Expansion Module Options Ordering Number XCPC-9090 Description Rear Transition Module for external drives, cables out back of CompactPCI backplane, Primary PIDE (2 PIDE), Serial ports, two ports of SATA-150, 2 USB port, Audio in/out and Analog Video out plus rear I/O from PMC site and dual rear RJ-45 Ethernet. In addition the XCPC-9090 offers an optional 1.8” hard drive or Compact Flash carrier.

The XCPC-9090 is described in 0.

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Installation and Setup

Chapter 2 – Installation and Setup
Board Layout

This chapter provides information on configuring the XCPC-6200 modules. It also provides information on installing the XCPC-6200 into a backplane.

Figure 2-1 Location of switches

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Installation and Setup
Switches
SW1, SW3, SW4, SW5 and SW6 on the XCPC-6200 and are all 4 position DIP switches. The tables below show the default positions and a description of their functions. Position SW1-1 SW1-2 SW1-3 SW1-4 Default Setting OFF OFF OFF ON Description SW_CPCI_PRST# FP_RST# SW_CPCI_PCI_RST# NC
Table 2-1 for SW1 settings Reset switch settings

Position SW4-1 SW4-2 SW4-3 SW4-4

Default Setting OFF OFF OFF ON

Description Factory Use On- puts the board into Island mode, disconnecting the data and address lines from the CompactPCI bus User readable switch VGA Front (ON) / Back (OFF) select
Table 2-2 for SW4 Settings

Position SW5-1 SW5-2 SW5-3 SW5-4

Default Setting OFF OFF OFF OFF

Description On-Serial Console mode On-selects the front Comm port for serial console. On-loads factory defaults into BIOS Load default BIOS settings
Table 2-3 for SW5 Settings

Position SW6-1 SW6-2 SW6-3 SW6-4

Default Setting OFF OFF OFF OFF

Description Factory Use Factory Use Factory Use COM 2 RS-232/RS-485
Table 2-4 for SW6 Settings

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Jumpers
Position Jumper JP1 A B A B A B 1 ----- 2 3 4 5 6 Function No FWH Top Swap FWH Top Swap Normal Clear CMOS Orb ground not connected to logic ground Orb ground connected to logic ground SIO_COM_RXD1 = RXD1 SIO_COM_RXD1 = RXD422 SIO_COM_RXD1 = RXD485 P5 1 ----- 2 2 3 4 ----- 5 5 6 7 ----- 8 8 9 10 ----11 11 12
Table 2-5 for jumper configuration.

JP5 JP7 P4

DCD1 485TXDSRD1 485TXD+ STD1 485RXD+ DTR1 485RXD

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Registers
The XCPC-6200 modules contain the following Xembedded-defined I/O registers: 218h, 219h, 233h, and 234h.

Register 218h –CMOS Clear Register
This register allows you to read the CMOS clear jumper.
Table 2-6 CMOS Clear Register Settings Bit 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Signal RESERVED RESERVED RESERVED RESERVED RESERVED RESERVED RESERVED CLRCMOS Result Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved R/W

RESERVED RESERVED
Reserved 0 = Clear CMOS 1 = CMOS okay R

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Register 219h – Flash Control Register
This register controls the following LEDs and signals.
Table 2-7 LED/BIOS Register Settings Bit 1 0 1 2
1

LED/Signal FAULT PASS N/A N/A RESERVED RESERVED RESERVED RESERVED

Result 0 = Fault LED on 1 = Fault LED off 0 = PASS LED off 1 = PASS LED on N/A N/A Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved

R/W R/W R/W

3 1 4 1 5 1 6 1 7

Register 233h – Watchdog Timer Register
This register controls watchdog timer operation.
Table 2-8 Watchdog Timer Register Settings Bit 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Signal RESERVED RESERVED RESERVED RESERVED WDOG_EN MRESET_EN WDOG_STS WDOG_CLR Result Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved 1 = Enables the watchdog timer 1 = Timeout generates 0 = Timeout generates IRQ10 Watchdog timer status bit Toggling this bit clears the watchdog timer back to a zero count.

Note
Before enabling the watchdog timer for the first time, it is necessary to reset the count back to zero by toggling bit 7 (WDOG_CLR). Toggling implies changing the state of bit (0 to 1 or 1 to 0).

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Front Panel Layout

Fig. 2-2 shows the front panel connector locations indicator LEDs

Panel LEDs and Switch
The reset switch can be configured to reset just the board or the board and the CompactPCI bus. See the setup of Sw-1 shown in Figure 2-1 and table 2-1. This switch can be configured to either just reset the XCPC-6200 or to reset both the CompactPCI bus and the XCPC-6200. The green pass and red fail LEDs are used as an indication of board health during the BIOS boot up. Both the green pass and red fail LEDs will light during the POST of the board. As the BIOS complete the POST, the red fail LED will be turned off. This is an indication the XCPC-6200 has passed the POST. The blue Hot swap Controller LED is lit when the XCPC-6200 is unlatched for removal from the CompactPCI bus.

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Connectors
This section provides pin outs for the XCPC-6200 connectors. Refer to the EMC warning at the beginning of this manual before attaching cables.

Keyboard/Mouse Port Connector

Figure 2-7 Table 2-7 Keyboard Port Connector Pin out Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 Signal Keyboard Data Mouse Data GND +5V Keyboard Clock Mouse Clock

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Front panel Ethernet

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The Ethernet ports on the XCPC-6200 are switch able between the front and the rear of the XCPC-6200. When in the rear mode, the Ethernet ports can use the J3 connector for PICMG 2.16 switch fabric over the compliant backplane or Ethernet out the XCPC-9090 rear transition module. PICMG 2.16 and the rear transition module can not supply Ethernet at the same time, if a PICMG 2.16 compliant backplane is in use then the rear transition module RJ-45s must not be used.
Table 2-8 RJ-45 10/100/1000 BaseT Connector Pin out

Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Signal TX+ TXRX+ GND GND RXGND GND

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VGA Connector
The video is BIOS selectable and is available on either the front panel on a standard SVGA connector or out the CompactPCI bus J3. The table below shows the pin out of the standard video connector and also the CompactPCI bus J3 pin out for the rear access of video. TheXCPC-9090 rear transition module connects to the rear of the CompactPCI bus in the same slot as the XCPC-6200 and allows for standard connections to off board devices. The XCPC-9090 provides a standard SVGA connector for rear access.

Figure 2-9 Table 2-9 VGA Connector Pin out SVGA Signal CompactPCI bus J3 Pin out 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 RED GREEN BLUE NC GND GND GND GND 25MIL_VIDA GND NC LDDCDAT HSYNC VSYNC LDDCCLK E10 E9 E8 N/C E19 E18 E17 E16 N/C E15 N/C D8 D11 D10 D9

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Installation and Setup USB Port Connector
USB provides an expandable, hot-pluggable Plug and Play serial interface that ensures a standard, low-cost connection for peripheral devices. Devices suitable for USB range from simple input devices such as keyboards, mice, and joysticks, to advanced devices such as printers, scanners, storage devices, modems, and video conferencing cameras. USB 2.0 has a raw data rate at 480Mbps, and it is rated 40 times faster than its predecessor interface, USB 1.1, which tops at 12Mbps. USB port 1 and 2 are available on the front panel using a standard connector as shown in Figure 2-10 below. The other two USB ports USB-3 and 4, are routed out the CompactPCI bus J5 connector. Use the XCPC-9090 RTM to access these ports. The USB +5 V supplies are protected with a polyswitch. This device will open up if +5 V is shorted to GND. Once the shorting condition is removed, the polyswitch will allow current flow to resume.

Figure 2-10 USB Connector

Pin 1 2 3 4

Signal +5V USBP0USBP0+ GND

Table 2-10 USB Port Connector Pin out

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COM1, COM2 and COM3 Pin Definitions
The XCPC-6200 has one serial port out the front panel Com 1 this com port uses the RJ-45 connector. The other two com ports are out the CompactPCI bus J5 connector and when the XCPC-9090 rear transition module used com port 2 connects to a DB-9 connectors and COM3 connects to a 10-pin header. See below for connector layout and pin descriptions.

Figure 2-11 RJ-45 Serial Port Connector

COM1 Pin Definitions Pin Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 RS232 RTS DTR TXD GND GND RXD DSR CTS Table 2-12 Serial Port Connector Pin out for Comm-1

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On-Board Hard Drive/Compact Flash Site
A horizontal ZIF connector is used on the board. (Samtec part number ZF5-40-01-TM-WT.) The connector on the board has a reverse pin out because of the connector orientation relative to the hard drive. This allows the flex cable to loop up to the hard drive, with the connector side facing the board.
Table 2-14 On-Board storage devices Connector pin assignment

Pin # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Description factory use factory use RESETGROUND DD7 DD8 DD6 DD9 DD5 DD10

Pin # 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Description DD4 DD11 DD3 DD12 DD2 DD13 DD1 DD14 DD0 DD15

Pin # 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Description GROUND DMARQ GROUND DIOWDIORGROUND IORDY GROUND DMACKINTRQ

Pin # 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

Description DA1 PDIAGDA0 DA2 CS0CS1DASP3.3V 3.3V DEVADR

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The Hitachi C4K60 CE has a 40 pin ZIF connector.
Table 2-15 1.8inch Hard Drive Connector pin assignment on hard drive

Pin # 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31

Description factory use factory use RESETGROUND DD7 DD8 DD6 DD9 DD5 DD10

Pin # 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21

Description DD4 DD11 DD3 DD12 DD2 DD13 DD1 DD14 DD0 DD15

Pin # 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11

Description GROUND DMARQ GROUND DIOWDIORGROUND IORDY GROUND DMACKINTRQ

Pin # 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Description DA1 PDIAGDA0 DA2 CS0CS1DASP3.3V 3.3V DEVADR

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CompactPCI bus Connectors
CompactPCI bus P1 Connector

CompactPCI Interface Connector Pin Definitions
CompactPCI Interface J1 Pin-out
The CompactPCI interface connector J1 is a 150-pin connector with pins assigned as follows.

Pin 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 1214 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Pin

A 5V AD[1] 3.3V AD[7] 3.3V AD[12] 3.3V SERR# 3.3V DEVSEL# 3.3V

B REQ64# 5V AD[4] GND AD[9] GND AD[15] GND IPMB_SCL GND FRAME#

C ENUM# V(I/O) AD[3] 3.3V AD[8] V(I/O) AD[14] 3.3V IPMB_SDA V(I/O) IRDY# KEY AREA AD[16] 3.3V AD[23] V(I/O) AD[28] 3.3V PCI_RST# V(I/O) INTC# NC NC C

D 3.3V AD[0] 5V AD[6] M66EN AD[11] GND PAR GND STOP# BD_SEL#

E 5V ACK64# AD[2] AD[5] C/BE[0]# AD[10] AD[13] C/BE[1]# PERR# LOCK# TRDY#

F GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND

J1 C O N N E C T O R

AD[18] AD[21] C/BE[3]# AD[26] AD[30] REQ0# NC IPMB_PW R INTA# NC 5V A

AD[17] GND IDSEL GND AD[29] PCI_PRESEN T# NC HEALTHY# INTB# 5V -12V B

GND AD[20] GND AD[25] GND CLK GND INTP 5V NC +12V D

C/BE[2]# AD[19] AD[22] AD[24] AD[27] AD31] GNT0# INTS INTD# NC 5V E

GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND F

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CompactPCI Interface J2 Pin-out
The CompactPCI interface connector J2 is a 132-pin connector with pins assigned as follows. Pin 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Pin A GA4 CLK6 GND GND NC NC NC NC AD[35] AD[38] AD[42] AD[45] AD[49] AD[52] AD[56] AD[59] AD[63] C/BE[5]# V(I/O) CLK4 CLK2 CLK1 A B GA3 GND GND GND NC GND NC GND AD[34] GND AD[41] GND AD[48] GND AD[55] GND AD[62] 64EN# NC GND CLK3 GND B C GA2 RSV RSV IPMB1_SD A NC PRST# DEG# FAL# AD[33] V(I/O) AD[40] V(I/O) AD[47] V(I/O) AD[54] V(I/O) AD[61] V(I/O) C/BE[7]# GNT3# SYSEN# REQ1# C D GA1 RSV RSV IPMB1_SC L GND REQ6# GND REQ5# GND AD[37] GND AD[44] GND AD[51] GND AD[58] GND C/BE[4]# GND REQ64# REQ4# GND1# D E GA0 RSV RSV
IPMB1_ALERT#

F GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND F

NC GNT6# NC GNT5# AD[32] AD[36] AD[39] AD[43] AD[46] AD[50] AD[53] AD[57] AD[60] PAR64 C/BE[6]# GNT# GNT4# REQ2# E

J2 C O N N E C T O R

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CompactPCI Interface J3 Pin-out
The CompactPCI Interface I/O connector J3 provides several I/O signals that are brought to standard connectors using the RTM. It also has the PICMG 2.16 Gigabit Ethernet backplane signals. The 144pin connector has the following pin assignments.

19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Pin

GND LPa_DA LPa_DB LPb_DA LPb_DB +3.3V FPTXC FPTXC# COM1 DSR COM1 TXD COM1RX D COM1RT S CS1# FP DDC DATA DMARQ DD14 DD3 DD9 SPEAKER A

GND LPa_DA# LPa_DB# LPb_DA# LPb_DB# +3.3V FPTX0 FPTX0# COM1 DTR COM1 CTR COM1 DCD COM1 RI CS3# GND IORDY DD0 DD12 DD5 IDE_RST# B

GND GND GND GND GND RSVD FPTX1 FPTX1# MOUSE DATA MOUSE CLOCK KBD DATA KBD CLOCK DA1 FP DDC CLOCK DIOW# GND DD2 DD10 DD7 C

GND LPa_DC LPa_DD LPb_DC LPb_DD +5V FPTX2 FPTX2# NC NC NC NC ACTIVITY # DA0 DMAACK # DD15 DD13 DD4 DD8 D

GND LPa_DC# LPa_DD# LPb_DC# LPb_DD# +5V RSVD NC NC NC NC NC DIAG DA2 DIOR# INTRQ DD1 DD11 DD6 E

GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND F

Ethernet

TM Power Flat Panel COM1 Mouse Keyboard

Primary EIDE

NOTE: J4 is not used on our boards, this connector is associated with the H 1.11 specification for Telecomm and is not supported by our products.

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CompactPCI Interface J5 Pin-out
The 132-pin CompactPCI J5 connector provides PMC User I/O, SATA, COM2, and two USB ports. Pin 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Pin A PMC_IO5 PMC_IO1 0 PMC_IO1 5 PMC_IO2 0 PMCIO25 PM_IO20 PMC_IO3 5 PMC_IO4 0 PMC_IO4 5 PMC_IO5 0 PMC_IO5 5 PMC_IO6 0 GND TR_RST# SATA0_R SATA1_R GND NC USBD3# RSVD RSVD USBD1# A B PMC_IO4 PMC_IO9 PMC_IO14 PMC_IO19 PMC_IO24 PMC_IO29 PM_IO34 PMC_IO39 PMC_IO44 PMC_IO49 PMC_IO54 PMC_IO59 PM_IO64 GND SATA0_R# SATA1_R# GND NC USBD3 MUX I/O DATA RSVD USBD1 B C PMC_IO3 PMC_IO8 PMC_IO13 PMC_IO18 PMC_IO23 PMC_IO28 PMC_IO33 PMC_IO38 PMC_IO43 PMC_IO48 PMC_IO53 PMC_IO58 PMC_IO63 GND GND GND RSVD RSVD RSVD MUX I/O CLK RSVD RSVD C D PMC_IO2 PMC_IO7 PMC_IO12 PMC_IO17 PMC_IO22 PMC_IO27 PMC_IO32 PMC_IO32 PMC_IO42 PMC_IO47 PMC_IO52 PMC_IO57 PMC_IO62 GND SATA0_T SATA1_T COM2 DSR COM2 RxD COM2 RxD RSVD RSVD RSVD D E PMC_IO1 PMC_IO6 PMC_IO11
PMC_IO16

F GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND F PMC I/O

PMC_IO21 PMC_IO26 PMC_IO31 PMC_IO31 PMC_IO41 PMC_IO46 PMC_IO51 PMC_IO56 PMC_IO61 GND SATA0_T# SATA1_T# COM2 DTR COM2 TxD COM2 TxD COM2 DCD GND RSVD E

Reset SATA0 SATA1 COM2

USB3 Mux I/O

USB1

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Installing a PMC module on the XCPC-6200
The figure below shows the correct placement of a PMC module on the XCPC-6200.

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PMC Host Connectors

CPU Fan Power Connector

The fan +12 V and +5 V supplies are protected with a polyswitch. This device will open up if +12 V or +5 V is shorted to GND. Once the shorting condition is removed, the polyswitch will allow current flow to resume.
Table 2-21 CPU Fan Power Connector Pin out

Pin 1 2 3

Signal GND +12V (fused) +5V pullup

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Installing the XCPC-6200 into a Backplane

This section provides the information necessary to install the XCPC-6200 into the CompactPCI bus backplane. The XCPC-6200 is a double-high, single-slot CompactPCI bus module.

Note
Xembedded modules are designed to comply with all physical and electrical CompactPCI bus backplane specifications.

Warning
Never install or remove any boards before turning off the power to the bus and all related external power supplies. 1. Verify that all jumper settings are correct. 2. Verify that the card cage slot is clear and accessible. 3. Install the XCPC-6200 in the card cage by centering the unit on the plastic guides in the slots. Push the board slowly toward the rear of the chassis until the rear connectors engage. The board should slide freely in the plastic guides. 4. Be sure the handles latch in the locked position, this is an indication the the board is seated correctly.

Caution
Do not use excessive force or pressure to engage the connectors. If the boards do not properly connect with the backplane, remove the module and inspect all connectors and guide slots for damage or obstructions. 5. Secure the module to the chassis by tightening the machine screws at the top and bottom of the board. 6. Connect all remaining peripherals by attaching each interface cable into the appropriate connector on the front of the XCPC-6200 board as shown in Table 2-. 8. Turn on power to the CompactPCI bus card cage.
Table 2-22 Front Panel Connector Labels Connector Label Keyboard/Mouse KEYBD/ MOUSE Display cable VGA USB cable 0 USB 1 Ethernet cable 0 Ethernet 1 Serial device COM 1 PMC card PMC

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Installation and Setup Ethernet RJ-45 10/100/1000 Connector

Table 2-23 RJ-45 10/100/1000 BaseT Connector Pin out
Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Signal TX+ TXRX+ GND GND RXGND GND

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Chapter 3 BIOS Setup Menus
The XCPC-6200 customized BIOS is designed to surpass the functionality provided for normal PCs. The custom BIOS allow access to the value-added features on the XCPC6200 module without interfacing to the hardware directly. Use the BIOS setup to control the two Gigabyte Ethernet ports to front or rear (PICMG 2.16 or rear Ethernet (XCPC9090 required) connectors. Use the setup to select front or rear Video output XCPC-9090 is required for this connection.

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Chapter 4 Programming
Memory Map
The memory map of the XCPC-6200 as seen by the CPU is shown below. The I/O designation refers to memory which is viewed as part of the AT bus or as part of CompactPCI bus depending on how the Universe is programmed.

XCPC-6200 MEMORY MAP
*See Intel 6300ESB data sheet for a description for optional settings for setting memory holes or gaps within Memory map area **The PCI devices are located at the very top of memory just below the system BIOS.

I/O Map
This I/O map for the XCPC-6200 contains I/O ports of the IBM AT architecture plus some additions for PCI I/O registers and Xembedded specific I/O registers. Hex Range 000-01F 020-021 022-023 025-02F 040-05F 060-06F 070-07F 080-091 92 93-9F 0A0-0BF 0C0-0DF 0F0 0F1 0F2-0FF 170-177 1F0-1F7 219 234 235-277 278-27F 280-2F7 2F8-2FF Device DMA controller 1, 8237A-5 equivalent Interrupt controller 1, 8259 equivalent Available Interrupt controller 1, 8259 equivalent (note 3) Timer, 8254-2 equivalent 8742 equivalent (keyboard) Real Time Clock bit 7 NMI mask (note 3) DMA page register (note 3) Fast GateA20 and Fast CPU Init DMA page register (note 3) Interrupt controller 2, 8259 equivalent (note 3) DMA controller 2, 8237A-5 equivalent (note 3) N/A N/A N/A Secondary IDE Controller (Generates CS1*) Primary IDE Controller (Generates CS1*) Xembedded LED control register Available Available Available Available Serial Port 2 (note 1)

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300-36F 376 378-37F 380-3BF 3C0-3DF 3E0-3EF 3F0-3F5 3F6 3F8-3FF 400-47F 480-4BF 4D0h 4D1h CF8 CF9 CFC

Available Secondary IDE Controller (Generates CS3*) Parallel Port 1 (note 1) Available VGA/EGA2 Available Primary Floppy disk controller Primary IDE Controller (Generates CS3*) Serial port 1 (note 1) Industry Pack (IP) I/O Industry Pack (IP) ID ELCR1 (Edge or level triggered) ELCR2 (Edge or level triggered) PCI configuration address register (note 4) Reset Control Register PCI configuration data register (note 4)

Note 1: The serial and parallel port addresses may be changed or the port may be disabled. Therefore these address maybe used for some applications and not for others. Note 2: Reference the Intel 7520 datasheet for detailed information. Note 3: Reference the Intel 6300ESB datasheet for detailed information Note 4: Reference “The PCI local bus specification rev 2.3”, 6300ESB datasheet for PCI configuration information.

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IRQ Map

INT#
IRQ0 IRQ1 IRQ2 IRQ3 IRQ4 IRQ5 IRQ5 IRQ6 IRQ7 IRQ8 IRQ9 IRQ9 IRQ10 IRQ11 IRQ11 IRQ12 IRQ13 IRQ14 IRQ15

Function
System Timer Keyboard Interrupt Cascade (reserved) COM2 COM1 and 3 Ethernet 1 Real Time Clock PCI-X Video Onboard PMC-X PCI Expansion to PMC 1 Ethernet 2 Mouse Primary IDE Secondary IDE

The above interrupt mapping is one possible scenario. The user or operating system may choose a different mapping for some of these interrupts based on what devices are actually in the system and require interrupts. If COM2 is not used, then that would free up IRQ3.

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XCPC-9090 Rear Transition Module
The XCPC-9090 Rear Transition Module is used to connect an external DVD, CD-ROM or hard drive and the SATA interface to your XCPC-6200 module. It has a single edge connector, labeled P2 which connects to the J3 and J5 backplane connectors on the rear of the CompactPCI chassis. A front panel allows for this module to be latched in and screwed in for a secured connection.

Figure 4-1 XCPC-9090 Front Panel

The XCPC-9090 module has a connector on it for the connection of up to two IDE hard drives, two SATA drives, an optional on-board EIDE or Compact Flash drive and two Communications ports. Pin outs for all of the connectors are in this chapter. The EIDE1 connector connects one or two standard hard drives, CD_ROM drives and DVD drives. The connector IDE1 uses a standard 80-conductor-40pin EIDE (see jumper JP9) cable. This cable can not exceed a cable length of 12”. The optional on-board EIDE or Compact Flash drive connector (IDE_ZIF1) is used to connect to a XCPC-912 Compact Flash carrier board or a XCPC-913 1.8” hard drive (consult factory for size). Two SATA drives can be connected to the XCPC-9090. The Ethernet ports (ETH 0 and ETH 1) can be used if the XCPC-6200 is in a nonPICMG 2.16 chassis other wise these should not be used. The Jumpers LAN_SEL A and LAN_SEL B enable and disable the rear Ethernet ports.

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Connectors
This section describes the pin outs for each of the fourteen connectors on theXCPC-9090.

IDE1 Connector
The IDE_HDR1 connector connects up to two EIDE hard drives. Power for the drives is not supplied by the XCPC-9090.
Table 4-1 XCPC-9090 IDE1 Connector Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Signal HDRESET* GND HD7 HD8 HD6 HD9 HD5 HD10 HD4 HD11 HD3 HD12 HD2 HD13 HD1 HD14 HD0 HD15 GND KEY (NC) Pin 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Signal HDRQ GND DIOW* GND DIOR* GND IORDY ALE HDACK* GND IRQ14 IOCS16* DA1 NC DA0 DA2 CS1P* CS3P* IDEATP* GND

Caution
The IDE controller supports enhanced PIO modes, which reduce the cycle times for 16-bit data transfers to the hard drive. Check with your drive manual to see if the drive you are using supports these modes. The higher the PIO mode, the shorter the cycle time. As the IDE cable length increases, this reduced cycle time can lead to erratic operation. As a result, it is in your best interest to keep the IDE cable as short as possible. The PIO modes can be selected in the BIOS setup. The Auto configuration will attempt to classify the connected drive if the drive supports the auto ID command. If you experience problems, change the Transfer Mode to Standard.

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Caution
The total cable length for EIDE drives must not exceed 12 inches. Also, if two drives are connected, they must be no more than six inches apart. Use the SATA drive interface if longer cabling is required.

Serial ATA hard drive Interface
The use of theXCPC-9090 rear transition module, allows for connection to one or two SATA-150 drives. Fig. 5-2 SATA connector

Table 5-2 shows pin out of SATA interface.
SATA connector on the xvme-990 SATA1 pin-2 SATA1 pin-1 SATA1 pin-3 SATA1 pin-4 SATA1 pin-5 SATA1 pin-7 SATA1 pin-6 SATA2 SATA2 SATA2 SATA2 SATA2 SATA2 SATA2 pin-2 pin-1 pin-3 pin-4 pin-5 pin-7 pin-6 SATA Signal Name Transmit + GND Transmit GND Receive + GND Receive Transmit + GND Transmit GND Receive + GND Receive -

The mating connector on theXCPC-9090 is Molex 67489-9005

USB Port Connector
USB provides an expandable, hot-pluggable Plug and Play serial interface that ensures a standard, low-cost connection for peripheral devices. Devices suitable for USB range from simple input devices such as keyboards, mice, and joysticks, to advanced devices such as printers, scanners, storage devices, modems, and video conferencing cameras. USB 2.0 has a raw data rate at 480Mbps, and it is rated 40 times faster than its predecessor interface, USB 1.1, which tops at 12Mbps. USB port 3 and 4 is available on the front panel using a standard connector as shown in Figure 5-3 below.

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The USB +5 V supplies are protected with a polyswitch. This device will open up if +5 V is shorted to GND. Once the shorting condition is removed, the polyswitch will allow current flow to resume.

Table 5-7 USB Port Connector Pin out Pin 1 2 3 4 Signal +5V USBP0USBP0+ GND

Figure 5-3 showing the USB connector.

USER_I/O Connector
This is a 68-pin SCSI type connector that brings out the rear PMC site I/O from the XCPC-6200 PMC site to the P0 to theXCPC-9090, P0 to this USER_I/O. Table 5-10 Showing pin out of the User I/O connector.
Pin Number 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 28 29 30 31 32 Signal Name PMC-I/O 1 PMC-I/O 3 PMC-I/O 5 PMC-I/O 7 PMC-I/O 9 PMC-I/O 11 PMC-I/O 13 PMC-I/O 15 PMC-I/O 17 PMC-I/O 19 PMC-I/O 21 PMC-I/O 23 PMC-I/O 25 PMC-I/O 27 PMC-I/O 29 PMC-I/O 31 PMC-I/O 33 GND using jumper PMC-I/O 35 PMC-I/O 37 PMC-I/O 39 PMC-I/O 41 PMC-I/O 43 PMC-I/O 45 PMC-I/O 47 PMC-I/O 49 PMC-I/O 51 PMC-I/O 53 PMC-I/O 55 PMC-I/O 57 PMC-I/O 59 Pin Number 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 Signal Name PMC-I/O 2 PMC-I/O 4 PMC-I/O 6 PMC-I/O 8 PMC-I/O 10 PMC-I/O 12 PMC-I/O 14 PMC-I/O 16 PMC-I/O 18 PMC-I/O 20 PMC-I/O 22 PMC-I/O 24 PMC-I/O 26 PMC-I/O 28 PMC-I/O 30 PMC-I/O 32 PMC-I/O 34 PMC-I/O GND using jumper PMC-I/O 36 PMC-I/O 38 PMC-I/O 40 PMC-I/O 42 PMC-I/O 44 PMC-I/O 46 PMC-I/O 48 PMC-I/O 50 PMC-I/O 52 PMC-I/O 54 PMC-I/O 56 PMC-I/O 58 PMC-I/O 60

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33 34

PMC-I/O 61 PMC-I/O 63

67 68

PMC-I/O 62 PMC-I/O 64

Ethernet RJ-45
Two Gigabyte Ethernet ports are available on theXCPC-9090. If the CompactPCI bus has PICMG 2.16 capability, the rear Ethernet ports can not be used, they will conflict with the CompactPCI bus switch fabric connections on the back plane.

Fig. 5-4 RJ-45 Connector.

Table 5-11 RJ-45 10/100/1000 Base T Connector Pin out Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Signal TX+ TXRX+ GND GND RXGND GND

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COM 2
Communications port 2 is a RS-232 serial communication port using a standard DB-9 connector.

Figure 5-5 DB-9 Table 5-12 Showing pin out of DB-9

DB-9 Pin Location 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Signal Name DCD2 RXD2 TXD2 DTR2 GND DSR2 RTS2 CTS2 RI2

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VGA Connector
The video is BIOS selectable and is available on either the front panel or out the CompactPCI bus J5. The table below shows the pin out of the standard video connector. TheXCPC-9090 rear transition module connects to the rear of the CompactPCI bus in the same slot as the XCPC-6200 and allows for standard connections to off board devices. TheXCPC-9090 provides a standard SVGA connector for rear access.

Figure 5-6 Table 5-13 VGA Connector Pin out SVGA Pin out 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Signal RED GREEN BLUE NC GND GND GND GND 25MIL_VIDA GND NC LDDCDAT HSYNC VSYNC LDDCCLK

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On-Board Hard Drive/Compact Flash Site
A horizontal ZIF connector is used on the board. (Samtec part number ZF5-40-01-TM-WT.) The connector on the board has a reverse pin out because of the connector orientation relative to the hard drive. This allows the flex cable to loop up to the hard drive, with the connector side facing the board.
Table 2-14 On-Board storage devices us the J17 1.8inch Hard Drive Connector pin assignment

Pin # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Description factory use factory use RESETGROUND DD7 DD8 DD6 DD9 DD5 DD10

Pin # 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Description DD4 DD11 DD3 DD12 DD2 DD13 DD1 DD14 DD0 DD15

Pin # 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Description GROUND DMARQ GROUND DIOWDIORGROUND IORDY GROUND DMACKINTRQ

Pin # 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

Description DA1 PDIAGDA0 DA2 CS0CS1DASP3.3V 3.3V DEVADR

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P3 Connector
The XCPC-9090 P3 connector connects directly to the XCPC-6200 P3 connector through the CompactPCI chassis backplane. The CompactPCI Interface I/O connector J3 provides several I/O signals that are brought to the XCPC-9090. It also has the PICMG 2.16 Gigabit Ethernet backplane signals. The 144pin connector has the following pin assignments. 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Pin GND LPa_DA LPa_DB LPb_DA LPb_DB +3.3V FPTXC FPTXC# COM1 DSR COM1 TXD COM1RX D COM1RT S CS1# FP DDC DATA DMARQ DD14 DD3 DD9 SPEAKER A GND LPa_DA# LPa_DB# LPb_DA# LPb_DB# +3.3V FPTX0 FPTX0# COM1 DTR COM1 CTR COM1 DCD COM1 RI CS3# GND IORDY DD0 DD12 DD5 IDE_RST# B GND GND GND GND GND RSVD FPTX1 FPTX1# MOUSE DATA MOUSE CLOCK KBD DATA KBD CLOCK DA1 FP DDC CLOCK DIOW# GND DD2 DD10 DD7 C GND LPa_DC LPa_DD LPb_DC LPb_DD +5V FPTX2 FPTX2# HSync VSync LDDCCLK LDDCDAT ACTIVITY # DA0 DMAACK # DD15 DD13 DD4 DD8 D GND LPa_DC# LPa_DD# LPb_DC# LPb_DD# +5V RSVD NC NC Red Green Blue DIAG DA2 DIOR# INTRQ DD1 DD11 DD6 E GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND F Primary EIDE

Ethernet

TM Power Flat Panel COM1 VGA Mouse VGA Keyboard VGA VGA

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CompactPCI Interface J5 Pin-out
The 132-pin CompactPCI J5 connector provides PMC User I/O, SATA, COM2, and two USB ports. Pin 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Pin A PMC_IO5 PMC_IO1 0 PMC_IO1 5 PMC_IO2 0 PMCIO25 PM_IO20 PMC_IO3 5 PMC_IO4 0 PMC_IO4 5 PMC_IO5 0 PMC_IO5 5 PMC_IO6 0 GND TR_RST# SATA0_R SATA1_R GND NC USBD3# RSVD RSVD USBD1# A B PMC_IO4 PMC_IO9 PMC_IO14 PMC_IO19 PMC_IO24 PMC_IO29 PM_IO34 PMC_IO39 PMC_IO44 PMC_IO49 PMC_IO54 PMC_IO59 PM_IO64 GND SATA0_R# SATA1_R# GND NC USBD3 MUX I/O DATA RSVD USBD1 B C PMC_IO3 PMC_IO8 PMC_IO13 PMC_IO18 PMC_IO23 PMC_IO28 PMC_IO33 PMC_IO38 PMC_IO43 PMC_IO48 PMC_IO53 PMC_IO58 PMC_IO63 GND GND GND RSVD RSVD RSVD MUX I/O CLK RSVD RSVD C D PMC_IO2 PMC_IO7 PMC_IO12 PMC_IO17 PMC_IO22 PMC_IO27 PMC_IO32 PMC_IO32 PMC_IO42 PMC_IO47 PMC_IO52 PMC_IO57 PMC_IO62 GND SATA0_T SATA1_T COM2 DSR COM2 RxD COM2 RxD RSVD RSVD RSVD D E PMC_IO1 PMC_IO6 PMC_IO11
PMC_IO16

F GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND F PMC I/O

PMC_IO21 PMC_IO26 PMC_IO31 PMC_IO31 PMC_IO41 PMC_IO46 PMC_IO51 PMC_IO56 PMC_IO61 GND SATA0_T# SATA1_T# COM2 DTR COM2 TxD COM2 TxD COM2 DCD GND RSVD E

Reset SATA0 SATA1 COM2

USB3 Mux I/O

USB1

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Appendix A SDRAM and Battery Installation

Appendix A SDRAM and Battery Installation
Memory Type DRAM Memory
The XCPC-6200 has a two ECC Registered SODIMM sockets to accommodate from 2x256 MB (51MB total) to 2x4 GBytes (8GB total) DDR2 400MHz (PC2700) ECC registered SODIMMs. An additional pair of Chip Select lines are routed to the SODIMM socket in order to accommodate the 4GB registered SODIMMs.

Installing SDRAM
Follow these steps to install the SODIMM: 1. Follow standard antistatic procedures using a wrist strap to minimize the chance of damaging the XCPC-6200 and its components. 2. Power off the XCPC-6200, remove it from the CompactPCI backplane, and place it on a safe antistatic (grounded) surface. 3. Remove all connectors if not already removed. 4. Locate the sockets on the XCPC-6200 slightly in front of the P1 CompactPCI backplane connector. 5. Pull the metal clips on either side of the SODIMM until it pops up at an angle (roughly 30° from horizontal). 6. Grasping the upper two corners or the edges of the SODIMM, gently pull it out of the socket and set it to the side. 7. Insert the new SODIMM until seated into the connector assuring it fits snugly into the connector retainer clips. Both sockets must use the same type and size memory module. 8. Gently push the SODIMM down until the metal clips snap into place to hold it. If you cannot gently push the SODIMM into position, you may need to redo step 7. 9. Replace the XCPC-6200 module, reconnect all connectors, etc. 10. Power up the unit and make sure that the memory is recognized (during boot up on the Boot-time diagnostic screen that can be turned on in the BIOS).

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Appendix A SDRAM and Battery Installation

Module Battery Installation
During battery replacement, polarity must be observed in installing the coin battery. Please be sure to dispose of the spent battery in an environmentally correct manner. The replacement battery must be a BR-1632 or equivalent type.

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Index

Index
Abort/Clear CMOS register.................... 2-4 Compact Flash drive ............................ 1-13 connectors CPU fan power................................. 2-19 keyboard port ..................................... 2-7 RJ-45 10/100 Base-T............... 2-21, 4-10 Univeral Serial Bus (USB) ........ 2-10, 4-9 VGA ......................................... 2-9, 4-12 CPU fan power connector ......................... 2-19 drives Compact Flash ................................. 1-13 floppy .............................................. 1-12 hard........................................... 1-12, 4-7 expansion PMC ................................................ 1-14 Expansion Options ............................... 1-19 hard drive............................................. 1-12 hardware specifications ........................ 1-18 I/O map.................................................. 4-2 IRQ map ................................................ 4-4 keyboard interface................................ 1-14 keyboard port connector ......................... 2-7 LED/BIOS register................................. 2-5 memory map .......................................... 4-2 memory, SDRAM ................................ 1-18 parallel port.......................................... 1-14 pinouts CPU fan power .................................2-19 keyboard port......................................2-7 Univeral Serial Bus (USB) .........2-10, 4-9 VGA..........................................2-9, 4-12 VMEbus (P1)....................................2-14 PMC .....................................................1-14 ports keyboard ...........................................1-14 parallel..............................................1-14 serial.................................................1-14 registers Clear CMOS .......................................2-4 Clear CMOS register...........................2-4 LED/BIOS ..........................................2-5 LED/BIOS register..............................2-5 watchdog timer ...................................2-5 RJ-45 10/100 Base-T Connector: .2-21, 4-10 SDRAM ...............................................1-18 serial ports ............................................1-14 Software Support ..................................1-15 specificationshardware…………1-18 Universal Serial Bus (USB) port ....2-10, 4-9 VGA connector..............................2-9, 4-12 interface............................................1-14 watchdog timer .....................................1-15 watchdog timer register...........................2-5

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