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ENHANCED OPERATOR PANEL

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Enhanced Operator Panel

Chapter 10.8

INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................... 10.8-1
MANUFACTURING IMPLEMENTATION POINTS (MIPs) ............................ 10.8-2
Interface Board .................................................................................................. 10.8-2

AREAS OF CHANGE................................................................................................ 10.8-2
Interface Board....................................................................................................... 10.8-2

GENERAL DESCRIPTION ....................................................................................... 10.8-2
INTERFACE BOARD........................................................................................... 10.8-2
SDC Core .......................................................................................................... 10.8-2
8032 Microcontroller Port Configuration ......................................................... 10.8-3
Communications Interface Control ................................................................... 10.8-4
LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY PANEL ............................................................... 10.8-4
LCD Interface.................................................................................................... 10.8-5
KEYBOARDS ....................................................................................................... 10.8-5
16-Key Keyboard .............................................................................................. 10.8-5
FDK Keyboards................................................................................................. 10.8-5
INDICATORS ....................................................................................................... 10.8-5
SWITCHES............................................................................................................ 10.8-6
On-module Switches ......................................................................................... 10.8-6
Off-module Switches......................................................................................... 10.8-6
AUDIBLE INDICATOR ....................................................................................... 10.8-6

SERVICE AIDS ......................................................................................................... 10.8-7
CONFIGURATION SWITCHES.......................................................................... 10.8-7
Normal Mode .................................................................................................... 10.8-7
Burn-in Mode .................................................................................................... 10.8-7
Level 0 Diagnostics........................................................................................... 10.8-7
CONNECTORS ..................................................................................................... 10.8-8
LCD Connector - J1 .......................................................................................... 10.8-8
SDC Bus Connector - J2 ................................................................................... 10.8-8
Power Connector - J3 ........................................................................................ 10.8-8
Mode Switch Output/Comms Indicator Input Connector - J4 .......................... 10.8-9
Mode Switch Input Connector - J5 ................................................................... 10.8-9
RDI Connector - J6 ........................................................................................... 10.8-9
16 Key Keyboard Connector - J7...................................................................... 10.8-9

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Left FDK Keyboard Connector - J8 ................................................................ 10.8-10
Right FDK Keyboard Connector - J9.............................................................. 10.8-10
LEVEL 0 DIAGNOSTICS .................................................................................. 10.8-10
LEVEL 1 DIAGNOSTICS .................................................................................. 10.8-10
Rear Indicators - Diagnostics Test Menu ....................................................... 10.8-10
Error Reporting ............................................................................................... 10.8-11
Operator Keyboard - Diagnostics Test Menu ................................................. 10.8-11
M_STATUS .................................................................................................... 10.8-12
M_DATA ........................................................................................................ 10.8-12
Operator Display - Diagnostics Test Menu..................................................... 10.8-13
M_STATUS .................................................................................................... 10.8-13
STRAPPING ........................................................................................................ 10.8-13
R28 and R29.................................................................................................... 10.8-13
R40 .................................................................................................................. 10.8-14
STATE OF HEALTH REPORTING................................................................... 10.8-14
SCHEMATICS .................................................................................................... 10.8-14

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8-1 SEPTEMBER 2002 . The EOP. supports State Of Health (SOH) reporting. NCR — CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY Use pursuant to Company Instructions 10.8 Enhanced Operator Panel INTRODUCTION The Enhanced Operator Panel (EOP) module provides an interface to the 56XX and 58XX range of rear access terminals/ATMs to allow replenishment and diagnostic testing to be carried out. ENHANCED OPERATOR PANEL Contents Chapter 10. a secondary node on the Serial Distributed Control (SDC) bus.

INTERFACE BOARD The interface board is based on an 8032 microcontroller and carries the operator indicator LEDs and switches. SDC Core The SDC core is based around an Intel 8032 microcontroller.  New style interface board . Provision is made for a selection of memory mapped peripherals.445-0656667.8-2 . The 8032 microcontroller supplies a serial communications interface and addressing capabilities for up to 64K of code memory (ROM) and 64K of data memory (RAM).  Old style interface board . Illustrations are provided for both interface boards at the end of this chapter under the heading “Schematics” GENERAL DESCRIPTION The EOP consists of the following:  Interface board  Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) panel  Keyboards:  One 16-key keypad  Two 1 x 4-key Function Display Key (FDK) keyboards  Five indicator LEDs  Two switches  Audible buzzer. AREAS OF CHANGE Interface Board A new interface board has been introduced (June 2001). The board is connected to the terminal/ ATM and EOP components through nine connectors. some of which are reserved by the SDC core design while others are used by the SDC NCR — CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY Use pursuant to Company Instructions SEPTEMBER 2002 10.44-50594720. Interface Board Class Tracer Number Serial Number 5874 5875 5884 5885 5888 Notes: Introduced January 2002.ENHANCED OPERATOR PANEL MANUFACTURING IMPLEMENTATION POINTS (MIPs) The tables below detail the Manufacturing Implementation Points of each EOP variant.

0 High LED_1 Switches the level 0 LED on. Signal Name 1. are as follows: Line Active Signal Function No. Port 1 assignments. and to access the memory mapped I/O that exists on the module.2 High LED_3 Switches the level 0 LED on. 1. are passed through an inverting buffer to provide better source/sink characteristics. Port 0 Configuration Port 0 is configured as the multiplexed low-order address/data bus for access to external program and data memory. 1.6 High ERROR.5 High SUPERVISOR. The general purpose outputs. 1.4 High IN_SERVICE. 1. 8032 Microcontroller Port Configuration The port configuration of the 8032 microcontroller is detailed under the following headings:  Port 0 configuration  Port 1 configuration  Port 2 configuration  Port 3 configuration. 1. NCR — CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY Use pursuant to Company Instructions 10.8-3 SEPTEMBER 2002 . Port 2 Configuration Port 2 is configured as the high order address byte during access to external data/program memory and memory mapped I/O devices.3 High LED_4 Switches the level 0 LED on. Turns the ERROR LED on. Turns the SUPERVISOR LED on.1 High LED_2 Switches the level 0 LED on. 1. three general purpose outputs on bits 4 to 6 and the TX_EN line for controlling the SDC transceivers on bit 7. ENHANCED OPERATOR PANEL secondary node. Turns the IN_SERVICE LED on.7 Low TX_EN Enables serial data transmission from the 8032 to the SDC link. Port 1 Configuration Port 1 is configured to drive four status LEDs on bits 0 to 3 (level 0 LEDs). 1. and their active level at the 8032. which are used to drive indicators.

SYSTEM_RESET This signal is generated on the EOP module through an on-module switch. 3.1 N/A TXD Configured as 8032 serial data output (to SDC link) 3. and controls the SDC RESET transceiver direction control. Control Signals The control signals for the communications interface are as follows: Signal Description TX_EN Enables serial data transmission from the 8032 across the SDC link.3 High to BUZZER. Causes the on-board buzzer to emit a 100ms beep. Communications Interface Control The communications interface employed on the SDC secondary nodes is a serial multidrop link which facilitates the exchange of commands and data between a master node and a number of secondary nodes.2 High to INTO.4 N/A MODE_SEL This input shows the state of the MODE_SEL signal. External memory and memory mapped I/O write strobe. When the Low keyboard controller detects a key press. and the EOP module broadcasts a RESET over the SDC link. Keyboard controller interrupt input pin. When this signal is low. Low 3. The use of the LCD panel is software defined and can echo input from the operator keyboard and be utilized as an output device for error reporting. External memory and memory mapped I/O read strobe.5 Low COMMS_LED 0 = COMMS LED on. LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY PANEL The LCD panel. RXD Serial data input from the SDC link data transceiver to the 8032. Level Name 3. When this signal is high.6 Low WR. a high to low transition occurs on this pin. in text mode. the transceiver is monitoring the SDC link for a RESET condition on the link. Data Signals The serial data is passed over the SDC link using the following signals: Signal Description TXD Serial data output from the 8032 to the SDC link data transceiver. 3. the transceiver direction is switched. 1 = COMMS LED off. 3.ENHANCED OPERATOR PANEL Port 3 Configuration Port 3 is configured as follows: Line Active Signal Function No. is capable of displaying 240 x 128 pixels.8-4 .0 N/A RXD Configured as 8032 serial data input (from SDC link). The LCD displays 16 lines of 32 characters (7 x 8 font) which allows emulation of the front screen. 3. SOH reports and operator prompts. NCR — CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY Use pursuant to Company Instructions SEPTEMBER 2002 10.7 Low RD. 3. mounted on spacers above and connected to the interface board.

The LCD controller is a general purpose dot matrix liquid crystal graphic display controller which can control up to 512K pixel display and supports both graphics and text modes. The key legends are black arrows on a white background. FDK Keyboards The FDK keyboards are two 1 x 4 keypads which allow selection of control options from the displayed screens. the display swapping function is external to the controller's normal function.Illuminated to indicate a fault has occurred requiring operator intervention NCR — CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY Use pursuant to Company Instructions 10. A full screen of graphics contains 240 x 128 pixels of information. 16-Key Keyboard The 16-key keyboard is mounted on spacers above and connected to the interface board and has a 4 x 4 grid. the 8K SRAM used for display memory can hold two full graphic screens. An external 64K EPROM of character memory is used to allow for 15 character sets and EPROM identification. KEYBOARDS The EOP module has the following keyboards:  A 16-key keyboard  Two 1 x 4-key FDK keyboards. the LCD controller can display characters from either its internal character set or the external character EPROM. are mounted on the interface board and have the following functions:  IN SERVICE (Green) . provided on the EOP. LCD Interface The LCD interface on the EOP module consists of the following:  LCD controller  Display memory .Illuminated to indicate the module is receiving a +5V dc supply from the terminal/ATM  ERROR (Amber) .Illuminated to indicate the terminal/ATM is ready for transactions  SUPERVISOR (Green) . Therefore.8-5 SEPTEMBER 2002 .8K of SRAM  External character generator .64K EPROM  8-bit configuration port  Two 8-bit diagnostic ports. As the LCD controller can only access 4K of display memory at one time. In text mode. ENHANCED OPERATOR PANEL The contrast of the LCD can be altered by adjusting the contrast control located on the front of the EOP. INDICATORS The five LEDs. The key legends are configured by use of an overlay.Illuminated to indicate the terminal/ATM is in supervisor mode  POWER (Green) .

provided on the EOP. double throw switches external to the EOP.ENHANCED OPERATOR PANEL  COMM (Amber) . SUPERVISOR and ERROR LEDs are software controlled. are mounted on the interface board and have the following functions:  RESET . When the audible indicator is activated. When any switch is activated the terminal/ATM is automatically put in supervisor mode. Can be driven by either of the following sources:  An external signal (LED_SIG-) which emanates from a communications board in the terminal/ATM  Under software control (COMMS_LED-) which is controlled by the on- module microcontroller. an audible response is triggered that lasts for approximately 100 milliseconds. When the off-module switches are fitted. Off-module Switches The operational mode of the terminal/ATM can be controlled by one or more single pole. NOTE: The IN SERVICE. the on-module mode switch is inoperative. SWITCHES On-module Switches The two switches. a reset condition to the terminal/ATM through the SDC interface  MODE .8-6 . The off-module switches are daisy-chained together and connected to the EOP through connector J5 as follows: The switch positions show the terminal/ATM is in normal mode. AUDIBLE INDICATOR The EOP module contains an audible indicator that is used to verify that a key on one of the keypads has been activated. The legends on the switch are:  NORMAL  SUPERVISOR.A biased spring-loaded switch which provides.Flashes to indicate communications polling. The audible indicator is under software control and is activated by the BUZZER.A toggle switch which allows the operator to signal to the terminal/ATM that a change of state in the operating mode is required. when activated. The circuit can be re-activated NCR — CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY Use pursuant to Company Instructions SEPTEMBER 2002 10.signal.

During normal mode. only one EOP is present in the system. Up to 32 modules can be present during burn-in mode. ENHANCED OPERATOR PANEL at any time re-starting the 100 millisecond count. Switch Mode 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 0 x x x x x x Normal 0 1 x x x x x x Burn-in/Replica 1 x x x x x x x Diagnostic Normal Mode In normal mode switches 6 to 1 are undefined and should be set to zero (off). NOTE: If the circuit is re-activated before the 100 millisecond count has finished the next 100 millisecond pulse will follow on and a continual beep will be heard. occupying link addresses 1 through 32. Burn-in Mode In burn-in mode the function of switches 6 to 1 are as follows:  Switch 6 is undefined and should be set to 0  Switches 5 to 1 are used to select the link address where the module resides in the system. the switch settings throughout this publication are as follows:  1 = switch closed (on)  0 = switch open (off)  x = don't care.3) NCR — CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY Use pursuant to Company Instructions 10. Switch pack (U33) located on the interface board is used to select the mode of operation of the board as follow: Unless otherwise stated. SERVICE AIDS CONFIGURATION SWITCHES NOTE: These switches are only applicable to the old style interface board (445-0594720). Level 0 Diagnostics In Level 0 diagnostic mode (switch 8=1) a series of switch selectable tests can be carried on the SDC node (refer to Chapter 2.8-7 SEPTEMBER 2002 .

Left FDK keyboard connector  J9 . are as follows:  J1 .  J6 .Serial Distributed Control (SDC) bus connector  J3 .J3 The power connector (J3) is a 2 x 4-way self-keying latched connector with the following pinout: (+24V_RTN) N/C 4 8 N/C (+24v) (SCRN) N/C 3 7 -12V GND 2 6 N/C (+12V) GND 1 5 +5V NCR — CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY Use pursuant to Company Instructions SEPTEMBER 2002 10.ENHANCED OPERATOR PANEL CONNECTORS The nine connectors.Mode switch input connector.J2 The SDC bus connector (J2) is a 2 x 5-way self-keying latched ejector header header with the following pinout: N/C 10 9 SIG_REF TXEN_N 8 7 TXEN_P RESET_N 6 5 RESET_P DATA_N 4 3 DATA_P N/C 2 1 N/C Power Connector .8-8 .Power connector  J4 .Mode switch output/Comms indicator input connector  J5 .I6-key keyboard connector  J8 . on the interface board.Right FDK keyboard connector.Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) connector  J2 . LCD Connector .J1 The LCD connector (J1) is a single row of 10 square stake pins with the following pinout: 1 D1 2 FLM 3 M 4 CL1 5 CL2 6 D2 7 +5V 8 GND 9 -12V 10 DRIVE_V SDC Bus Connector .Remote Diagnostics Interface (RDI) connector  J7 .

2 1 +5V 16 Key Keyboard Connector . ENHANCED OPERATOR PANEL Mode Switch Output/Comms Indicator Input Connector .J5 The mode switch input connector (J5) is a 1 x 5-way right-angled self-keying latched connector with the following pinout: 5 GND 4 GND 3 SUP_SEL- 2 NOR_SEL- 1 DISABLE- RDI Connector .J6 The RDI connector (J6) is a vertical connector header with 2 x 10 rows of pins with the following pinout: GND 20 19 GND N/C 18 17 CFG_8 N/C 16 15 CFG_7 SDC_LED4 14 13 CFG_6 SDC_LED3 12 11 CFG_5 (KEY) N/C 10 9 CFG_4 SDC_LED2 8 7 CFG_3 SDC_LED1 6 5 CFG_2 N/C 4 3 CFG_1 SDC_RDI_RESET.8-9 SEPTEMBER 2002 .J4 The mode switch output/comms indicator input connector (J4) is a 1 x 4-way right-angled self-keying latched connector with the following pinout: 4 B_MODE_SEL 3 GND 2 N/C 1 LED_SIG- Mode Switch Input Connector .J7 The 16-key keyboard connector (J7) is a 1 x 8-way square socket strip with the following pinout: 1 ROW0 2 ROW1 3 ROW2 4 ROW3 5 COL2 6 COL3 7 COL4 8 COL5 NCR — CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY Use pursuant to Company Instructions 10.

on the old style interface board (445-0594720).3). will be offered on the Device Menus:  Rear Indicators  Operator Keyboard  Operator Display.ENHANCED OPERATOR PANEL Left FDK Keyboard Connector .Diagnostics Test Menu The rear indicators diagnostics test menu is as follows: REAR INDICATORS 01/01 SELECT TEST: 1. SLOW BEP LOOP -> <.J8 The left FDK keyboard connector (J8) is a 1 x 5-way square socket strip with the following pinout: 1 COL1 2 ROW0 3 ROW1 4 ROW2 5 ROW3 Right FDK Keyboard Connector .DEVICE MENU CONTROL MENU -> NCR — CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY Use pursuant to Company Instructions SEPTEMBER 2002 10. Rear Indicators . carried out on the EOP interface board following power up or reset.8-10 . LEVEL 1 DIAGNOSTICS The following diagnostics test menus. a series of switch selectable tests can be carried on the SDC node (refer to Chapter 2. LED TEST 2. cause the display to be filled with asterisks. In Level 0 diagnostic mode (switch 8=1). associated with the EOP.J9 The right FDK keyboard connector (J9) is a 1 x 5-way square socket strip with the following pinout: 1 COL6 2 ROW0 3 ROW1 4 ROW2 5 ROW3 LEVEL 0 DIAGNOSTICS Level 0 diagnostics. FAST BEEP 3.

Clears the buffer. FAST BEEP The Fast Beep test emits a beep. SDC TURNAROUND <. KEYBOARD ECHO (LINE 2) The Keyboard Echo (Line 2) test echoes. Error Reporting There is no error reporting for the rear indicators. LED TEST The LED Test illuminates the Supervisor. for three seconds. at an increased rate. at a decreased rate. Operator Keyboard . During the Keyboard Echo tests. NOTE: The test is terminated if a key depression is not detected within one minute or when the LCD is full. NCR — CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY Use pursuant to Company Instructions 10.Rubout (deletes the last displayed key)  ENT or CNL . the keys on the bottom row of the operator panel have the following functions:  AUX . the pressed key. on line 1 of the LCD. the pressed key.Cancel keys (replaces the normal cancel key)  CLR .8-11 SEPTEMBER 2002 . for three seconds. SLOW BEEP The Slow Beep test emits a beep. KEYBOARD ECHO (LINE 1) 2. KEYBOARD ECHO (LINE 1) The Keyboard Echo (Line 1) test echoes. KEYBOARD ECHO (LINE 2) 3.Diagnostics Test Menu The operator keyboard diagnostics test menu is as follows: OPERATOR KEYBOARD 01/01 SELECT TEST: 1. In Service and Error LEDs for three seconds and then extinguishes them for three seconds.DEVICE MENU CONTROL MENU -> The Keyboard Echo and Key Detect tests automatically run in loop mode. KEY DETECT TEST 4. ENHANCED OPERATOR PANEL Looping is allowed on all tests. on line 2 of the LCD. NOTE: The test is terminated if a key depression is not detected within one minute or when the LCD is full.

is the hardware position code for the last key entered (refer to “Hardware Position Codes”).Key Keyboard t FDK FDK 00 10 20 30 40 50 01 11 21 31 41 51 02 12 22 32 42 52 03 13 23 33 43 53 Decimal Representation of Hardware Position Codes: Righ Left 16 . keyboard Key Detect test. M_STATUS The only M_STATUS returned for the basic operator panel is: M_STATUS Meaning 00 No error.8-12 . Early versions of the software treat the hardware position code as hexadecimal numbers and display three-digit decimal representations of the position code numbers. for the EOP. are Hardware Position Codes: Righ Left 16 .ENHANCED OPERATOR PANEL KEY DETECT TEST The Key Detect test displays the hardware code (refer “Hardware Position Codes”) of the pressed key.Key Keyboard t FDK FDK 000 016 032 048 064 080 001 017 033 049 065 081 002 018 034 050 066 082 003 019 035 051 067 083 NCR — CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY Use pursuant to Company Instructions SEPTEMBER 2002 10. both sets of codes are shown in the following tables. SDC TURNAROUND The SDC Turnaround test carries out a turnaround test between the SDC service and the operator panel. The hardware position codes returned under M_DATA. NOTE: The test is terminated if a key depression is not detected within seven seconds. M_DATA The M_DATA returned for the rear operator panel keyboard KEY DETECT test.

8-13 SEPTEMBER 2002 . M_STATUS The only M_STATUS returned for the operator display is: M_STATUS Meaning 00 No error. DISPLAY FILL LOOP -> <. DISPLAY FILL The Display Fill Test fills the entire LCD with the zero character for three seconds.Not battery backed  R29:  Pins 1 and 2 . STRAPPING NOTE: Resistors R28. R29 and R40) is as follows:  R28 and R29 .Battery backed (default . R29 and R40 are only applicable to the old style interface board (445-0594720).Battery backed (default . R28 and R29 Links R28 and R29 are used to select battery backup for NVRAM as follows:  R28:  Pins 1 and 2 .EPROM size select.hard wired)  Pins 2 and 3 . NCR — CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY Use pursuant to Company Instructions 10.DEVICE MENU CONTROL MENU -> Looping is allowed. The function of the three zero ohm resistor links (R28.hard wired)  Pins 2 and 3 . ENHANCED OPERATOR PANEL Operator Display .NVRAM battery backup  R40 .Diagnostics Test Menu The operator display diagnostics test menu is as follows: OPERATOR DISPLAY 01/01 SELECT TEST: 1.Not battery backed.

STATE OF HEALTH REPORTING Any State Of Health (SOH) message. The schematic diagrams for the old EOP are shown on Fold Out (FO) pages FO-1 to FO-10:  FO-1 = Component layout  FO-2 to FO-10 = Schematic diagrams:  FO-2 = Hierarchical view  FO-3 = Processor and decoder  FO-4 = Memory  FO-5 = Reset and communications  FO-6 = RDI.ENHANCED OPERATOR PANEL R40 Link R40 is used to select the size of EPROM fitted as follows:  16K . from the CRT. associated with the EOP. the SOH message will detail corrective action.pins 1 and 2 (default . In addition to identifying the fault.16 to 25: Schematic Diagram for 445-0656670.pins 2 and 3  32K . indicators and switches  FO-7 = System indicators and switches  FO-8 = Keyboard interface  FO-9 = Processor to LCD interface  FO-10 = LCD controller and memory.8-14 .hard wired). in supervisor mode. NOTE: The SOH message is only displayed at the top level menu. is displayed:  Continually on the rear operator panel  On the CRT when the terminal/ATM is being run. NCR — CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY Use pursuant to Company Instructions SEPTEMBER 2002 10. SCHEMATICS The following pages contain the assembly drawings and schematic diagrams of the new EOP:  Page-15: Assembly 445-0656667  Pages.

ENHANCED OPERATOR PANEL EOP Interface Board. Component Layout NCR — CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY Use pursuant to Company Instructions 10.8-15 SEPTEMBER 2002 .

8-16 .ENHANCED OPERATOR PANEL EOP (Sheet 1 of 11) NCR — CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY Use pursuant to Company Instructions SEPTEMBER 2002 10.

8-17 SEPTEMBER 2002 . ENHANCED OPERATOR PANEL EOP Hierachical View (Sheet 2 of 11) NCR — CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY Use pursuant to Company Instructions 10.

ENHANCED OPERATOR PANEL EOP RDI. Indicators and Switches (Sheet 3 of 11) NCR — CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY Use pursuant to Company Instructions SEPTEMBER 2002 10.8-18 .

ENHANCED OPERATOR PANEL EOP Processor and Decode (Sheet 4 of 11) NCR — CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY Use pursuant to Company Instructions 10.8-19 SEPTEMBER 2002 .

ENHANCED OPERATOR PANEL EOP Processor to LCD Interface (Sheet 5 of 11) NCR — CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY Use pursuant to Company Instructions SEPTEMBER 2002 10.8-20 .

ENHANCED OPERATOR PANEL EOP LCD Controller and Memory (Sheet 6 of 11) NCR — CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY Use pursuant to Company Instructions 10.8-21 SEPTEMBER 2002 .

8-22 .ENHANCED OPERATOR PANEL EOP System Indicators and Switches (Sheet 7 of 11) NCR — CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY Use pursuant to Company Instructions SEPTEMBER 2002 10.

ENHANCED OPERATOR PANEL EOP Keyboard Interface (Sheet 8 of 11) NCR — CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY Use pursuant to Company Instructions 10.8-23 SEPTEMBER 2002 .

ENHANCED OPERATOR PANEL EOP Pinkey FPGA (Sheet 9 of 11) NCR — CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY Use pursuant to Company Instructions SEPTEMBER 2002 10.8-24 .

ENHANCED OPERATOR PANEL Rest and Communications (Sheet 10 of 11) NCR — CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY Use pursuant to Company Instructions 10.8-25 SEPTEMBER 2002 .

ENHANCED OPERATOR PANEL EOP Memory (Sheet 11 of 11) NCR — CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY Use pursuant to Company Instructions SEPTEMBER 2002 10.8-26 .