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Kontron User's Guide

ETX® CD

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

 

 

1

User Information........................................................................................................

 

6

 

1.1

About This Document .........................................................................................

 

6

 

1.2

Copyright Notice ...............................................................................................

 

6

 

1.3

Trademarks ......................................................................................................

 

6

 

1.4

Standards ........................................................................................................

 

6

 

1.5

Warranty .........................................................................................................

 

6

 

1.6

Technical Support..............................................................................................

 

7

2

Introduction ..............................................................................................................

 

8

 

2.1

ETX®-CD..........................................................................................................

 

8

 

2.2

ETX® Documentation .........................................................................................

 

9

 

2.3

ETX® Benefits...................................................................................................

 

9

3

Specifications ...........................................................................................................

 

10

 

3.1

Functional Specifications..................................................................................

 

10

 

3.1.1

Block diagram ................................................................................................

 

13

 

3.2

Mechanical Specifications .................................................................................

 

14

 

3.2.1

Dimensions ....................................................................................................

 

14

 

3.3

Electrical Specifications....................................................................................

 

14

 

3.3.1

Supply Voltage................................................................................................

 

14

 

3.3.2

Supply Voltage Ripple ......................................................................................

 

14

 

3.3.3

Supply Current 5 V_SB......................................................................................

 

14

 

3.3.4

Supply Current (typical, DOS prompt) ..................................................................

14

 

3.3.5

Power Consumption (Windows® XP SP2) ...............................................................

15

 

3.3.6

CMOS Battery Power Consumption ......................................................................

 

15

 

3.4

Environmental Specifications ............................................................................

 

16

 

3.4.1

Temperature...................................................................................................

 

16

 

3.4.2

Humidity .......................................................................................................

 

16

 

3.5

MTBF.............................................................................................................

 

16

4

ETX® connectors........................................................................................................

 

18

 

4.1

Connector Locations ........................................................................................

 

18

 

4.2

General Signal Description ................................................................................

 

18

 

4.3

Connector X1 (PCI bus, USB, Audio) ....................................................................

 

19

 

4.3.1

Connector X1 Signal Levels................................................................................

 

20

 

4.3.2

Connector X1 Signal Description.........................................................................

 

22

 

4.4

Connector X2 (ISA Bus) ....................................................................................

 

23

 

4.4.1

Connector X2 Signal Levels................................................................................

 

24

 

4.4.2

Connector X2 Signal Description.........................................................................

 

26

 

4.5

Connector X3 (VGA, LCD, Video, COM1 and COM2, LPT/Floppy, Mouse, Keyboard) .........

26

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4.5.1

Connector X3 (Signal Levels) .............................................................................

 

29

 

4.5.2

Connector X3 Signal Description.........................................................................

 

31

 

4.6

Connector X4 Subsystems .................................................................................

 

33

 

4.6.1

Connector X4 (IDE 1, IDE 2, Ethernet, Miscellaneous)

............................................33

 

4.6.2

Connector X4 (Signal Levels) .............................................................................

 

34

 

4.6.3

Connector X4 Signal Description.........................................................................

 

36

 

4.7

Feature Connector J11 .....................................................................................

 

37

 

4.7.1

SDVO Output...................................................................................................

 

37

 

4.7.2

SDVO Connector and Flat Foil Cable .....................................................................

 

37

 

4.7.3

BIOS Requirements..........................................................................................

 

38

 

4.7.4

Pinout Feature Connector J11............................................................................

 

38

5

Special Features ........................................................................................................

 

40

 

5.1

Watchdog Timer ..............................................................................................

 

40

6

Design Considerations................................................................................................

 

41

 

6.1

Thermal Management.......................................................................................

 

41

 

6.2

Heatspreader Dimensions .................................................................................

 

41

7

Important Technology Information ..............................................................................

 

43

 

7.1

I/O APIC vs 8259 PIC Interrupt mode

...................................................................

43

 

7.1.1

Method of interrupts transmission ......................................................................

 

43

 

7.1.2

Interrupt priority ............................................................................................

 

43

 

7.1.3

More interrupts...............................................................................................

 

43

 

7.2

Thermal Monitor and Catastrophic Thermal Protection ............................................

43

 

7.2.1

Summary .......................................................................................................

 

44

 

7.3

Processor Performance Control ..........................................................................

 

44

 

7.4

Thermal Management.......................................................................................

 

44

 

7.5

ETX®-CD onboard Fan connector ........................................................................

 

45

 

7.5.1

Schematics of Fan control .................................................................................

 

45

 

7.5.2

Location and Pinout of Fan connector J6..............................................................

46

 

7.5.3

BIOS Settings .................................................................................................

 

47

 

7.5.4

Electrical characteristics...................................................................................

 

47

 

7.5.5

Processor Clock Throttling.................................................................................

 

48

 

7.6

ACPI Suspend Modes and Resume Events..............................................................

48

8

System Resources ......................................................................................................

 

50

 

8.1

Interrupt Request (IRQ) Lines ............................................................................

 

50

 

8.2

Direct Memory Access (DMA) Channels.................................................................

51

 

8.3

Memory Area ..................................................................................................

 

52

 

8.4

I/O Address Map .............................................................................................

 

52

 

8.5

Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) Devices .................................................

52

 

8.6

Inter-IC (I2C) Bus............................................................................................

 

52

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8.7

System Management (SM) Bus ...........................................................................

52

 

8.8

JILI-I2C Bus ...................................................................................................

53

9

Limitations ..............................................................................................................

54

 

9.1

ISA Bus .........................................................................................................

54

 

9.2

Windows 2000 ................................................................................................

54

10

BIOS Operation .........................................................................................................

55

 

10.1

Determining the BIOS Version............................................................................

55

 

10.2

Setup Guide ...................................................................................................

55

 

10.2.1

Start Phoenix BIOS Setup Utility.........................................................................

55

 

10.3

BIOS Setup Menus ...........................................................................................

57

 

10.3.1

Info Screen ....................................................................................................

57

 

10.3.2

Main Menu .....................................................................................................

58

 

10.3.3

Advanced.......................................................................................................

60

 

10.3.4

Security Menu.................................................................................................

80

 

10.3.5

Power Menu ...................................................................................................

81

 

10.3.6

Boot Menu .....................................................................................................

83

 

10.3.7

Exit Menu ......................................................................................................

84

 

10.4

Updating or Restoring BIOS...............................................................................

85

 

10.5

Preventing Problems When Updating or Restoring BIOS ..........................................

86

11

Appendix A: JIDA Standard .........................................................................................

87

 

11.1

JIDA Information ............................................................................................

87

12

Appendix B: PC Architecture Information ......................................................................

88

 

12.1

Buses............................................................................................................

88

 

12.1.1

ISA, Standard PS/2 – Connectors........................................................................

88

 

12.1.2

PCI/104.........................................................................................................

88

 

12.1.3

General PC Architecture ....................................................................................

88

 

12.2

Ports.............................................................................................................

89

 

12.2.1

RS-232 Serial .................................................................................................

89

 

12.2.2

Serial ATA ......................................................................................................

89

 

12.2.3

USB ..............................................................................................................

89

 

12.2.4

Programming .................................................................................................

89

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Appendix C: Document Revision...................................................................................

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1 User Information

1 User Information

1.1About This Document

This document provides information about products from Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH and/or its subsidiaries. No warranty of suitability, purpose, or fitness is implied. While every attempt has been made to ensure that the information in this document is accurate, the information contained within is supplied “as-is” and is subject to change without notice.

For the circuits, descriptions and tables indicated, Kontron assumes no responsibility as far as patents or other rights of third parties are concerned.

1.2Copyright Notice

Copyright © 2003-2007 Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH

All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language or computer language, in any form or by any means (electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise), without the express written permission of Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH.

DIMM-PC®, PISA®, ETX®, ETXexpress® , X-board®, DIMM-IO® and DIMM-BUS® are trademarks or registered trademarks of Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH. Kontron is trademark or registered trademark of Kontron AG.

1.3Trademarks

The following lists the trademarks of components used in this board.

IBM, XT, AT, PS/2 and Personal System/2 are trademarks of International Business Machines Corp.

Microsoft is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corp.

Intel is a registered trademark of Intel Corp.

All other products and trademarks mentioned in this manual are trademarks of their respective owners.

1.4Standards

Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH is certified to ISO 9000 standards.

1.5Warranty

This Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH product is warranted against defects in material and workmanship for the warranty period from the date of shipment. During the warranty period, Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH will at its discretion decide to repair or replace defective products.

Within the warranty period, the repair of products is free of charge as long as warranty conditions are observed.

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1 User Information

The warranty does not apply to defects resulting from improper or inadequate maintenance or handling by the buyer, unauthorized modification or misuse, operation outside of the product’s environmental specifications or improper installation or maintenance.

Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH will not be responsible for any defects or damages to other products not supplied by Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH that are caused by a faulty Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH product.

1.6Technical Support

Technicians and engineers from Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH and/or its subsidiaries are available for technical support. We are committed to making our product easy to use and will help you use our products in your systems.

Before contacting Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH technical support, please consult our Web site at http://www.kontron-emea.com/emd for the latest product documentation, utilities, and drivers. If the information does not help solve the problem, contact us by telephone or email.

 

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2 Introduction

2 Introduction

2.1ETX®-CD

Based on the ETX® standard, Kontron’s ETX®-CD, powered by a variety of Intel Pentium core duo processors, is a next-generation embedded module that brings advanced technology to tomorrow’s applications, as well as continuing today’s legacy devices. Built around serial differential signaling technologies, ETX®-CD modules incorporate the following interfaces into a 95 x 114 small form factor embedded module:

Core2Duo® (L7400) / Core Duo® (L2400 LV) / Core Solo® / Celeron® M (CM 423)

PCI

2x Serial ATA (SATA)

1x Parallel ATA (IDE)

USB

2x Serial Port (COM)

1x Parallel Port (LPT) shared with Floppy

LVDS, SDVO, VGA

10/100 MB Ethernet

ISA bus

Audio

Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI)

The ETX®-CD is built around the Intel Core Duo processors that use the Yonah and Merom Core and the Mobile Intel 945GME Express chipset, which is the first mobile platform to offer PCI Express functionality with extended life cycle support. These modules feature the most current desktop features such as USB, SATA, and PCI buses.

The ETX®-CD delivers up to 2GHz performance and up to 2GB DDR2 RAM. For applications that require advanced real-time video capabilities, the ETX®-CD has integrated graphics based on the Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 900 architecture.

The ETX®-CD supports 4 PCI 32-bit PCI devices. A 10/100 megabits per second Ethernet port provides fast connectivity to LAN/WAN and 4x USB interface provides fast and sufficient interfaces for external peripherals.

ETX®-CD modules also provide the following interfaces that are always located in the same physical position on each board:

PCI32, USB, serial ATA (SATA), parallel ATA (PATA), LVDS Multi Media ports, as well as an ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface) for optimized power management are available on the board. Six mounting holes on the board provide secure mounting to allow the module increased shock and vibration resistance.

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2.2ETX® Documentation

This product manual serves as one of three principal references for an ETX® design. It documents the specifications and features of ETX®-CD. The other two references, which are available from the Kontron Embedded Modules Web site, include:

The ETX® Specification defines the ETX® module form factor, pinout, and signals.

The ETX® Design Guide serves as a general guide for baseboard design, with a focus on maximum flexibility to accommodate a wide range of ETX® modules.

Note:

Some of the information contained within this product manual applies only to certain product revisions (CE:

 

xxx). If certain information applies to specific product revisions (CE: xxx) it will be stated. Please check the

 

product revision of your module to see if this information is applicable.

 

 

2.3ETX® Benefits

Embedded technology extended (ETX) modules are very compact (114 x 95 mm), highly integrated computers. All ETX® modules feature a standardized form factor and a standardized connector layout that carry a specified set of signals. This standardization allows designers to create a single-system baseboard that can accept present and future ETX® modules.

ETX® modules include common personal computer (PC) peripheral functions such as:

Graphics

Parallel, Serial, and USB ports Keyboard/mouse

Ethernet

Sound

IDE (and SATA)

The baseboard designer can optimize exactly how each of these functions implements physically.

Designers can place connectors precisely where needed for the application on a baseboard designed to optimally fit a system’s packaging.

Peripheral PCI or ISA buses can be implemented directly on the baseboard rather than on mechanically unwieldy expansion cards. The ability to build a system on a single baseboard using the computer as one plug-in component simplifies packaging, eliminates cabling, and significantly reduces system-level cost.

A single baseboard design can use a range of ETX® modules. This flexibility can differentiate products at various price/performance points, or to design future proof systems that have a builtin upgrade path. The modularity of an ETX® solution also ensures against obsolescence as computer technology evolves. A properly designed ETX® baseboard can work with several successive generations of ETX® modules.

An ETX® baseboard design has many advantages of a custom, computer-board design but delivers better obsolescence protection, greatly reduced engineering effort, and faster time to market.

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3 Specifications

3 Specifications

3.1Functional Specifications

Processor

The central processing unit (CPU) consists of:

Mobile Intel® Celeron® M, Intel® Core Solo®, Intel® Core Duo® or Intel® Core2Duo® processor (Codename Yonah/Merom) which includes such features as:

First dual core processor for mobile

Supports Intel® Architecture with Dynamic Execution

On-die, primary 32-KB instruction cache and 32-KB write-back data cache

On-die, 2-MB second level cache with Advanced Transfer Cache Architecture

Data Prefetch Logic

Streaming SIMD Extensions 2 (SSE2) and Streaming SIMD Extensions 3 (SSE3)

The Intel Core Duo processor and Intel Core Solo processor in standard voltage and low voltage processors are offered at 667-MHz FSB

Advanced power management features including Enhanced Intel SpeedStep® technology

Digital thermal sensor (DTS)

Execute Disable Bit support for enhanced security

Intel® Virtualization Technology

Deep C4 and Dynamic Cache Sizing

Bus

Chipset:

533 / 667 MHz CPU bus 400/533/667 MHz memory bus

Intel® 945GM

Intel® 82801GBM (ICH7-M)

Cache, Second level

1MB (Celeron® M)

2MB (Core Solo®)

2x1MB (Core Duo® and Core2Duo®)

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System Memory

The ETX®-CD uses 200-pin DDR2 Small Outline-Dual Inline Memory Modules (SO-DIMMs). One socket is available for a DDR2-533 or DDR2-667 module up to 2GB capacity.

Note: ETX®-CD equipped with the CeleronM423 is not able to drive memory modules faster than DDR2-533.

Serial Digital Video Output (SDVO): Intel 945GM

Concurrent Operation of PCI Express Graphics with SDVO

Supports appropriate external SDVO components (DVI, LVDS, TV-out)

PCI 32: Intel ICH7

Parallel PCI Bus 32 bit 33 MHz

Enhanced Intelligent Drive Electronics (EIDE): Intel ICH7

One PCI Bus Master IDE port Supports 2 IDE devices

Ultra 33 Direct Memory Access (DMA) mode

Programmed Input/Output (PIO) modes up to Mode 4 timing Multiword DMA Mode 0,1,2 with independent timing

Serial ATA: Intel ICH7

2 Channels Serial ATA

SATA Spec. Rev. 1.0 up to 150 MB/s per channel

Universal Serial Bus: Intel ICH7

4 USB

USB legacy keyboard support

USB floppy, CD-ROM, Hard drive, and memory stick boot support

10/100MB Ethernet:: Intel ICH7

Fully compatible with IEEE 802.3

Onboard video graphics array (VGA): Intel® 945GM:

Intel® Gen 3.5 Graphics engine

Dynamic Video Memory Technology (DVMT 3.0)

Cathode ray tube (CRT) up do QXGA

low voltage differential signaling (LVDS) liquid-crystal display (LCD) and SDVO interfaces up to UXGA

Supports DX 9.1

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AC ’97 (Audio): Intel 945GM;

Up to 20 bit sample resolution

Multiple sample rates up to 48bit

Independent bus master logic for dual Microphone Input, dual PCM audio input, PCM audio input, modem input, modem output and S/PDIF output.

Trustes Platform Module (TPM)

Can be equipped optionally Is currently not supported

BIOS: Phoenix, 1MB Flash-BIOS in Firmware Hub Flash Memory

NV-EEPROM for CMOS-setup retention without battery

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Watchdog timer (WDT): Winbond Super I/O

Real-time clock (requires external battery)

3.1.1Block diagram

Feature Connector J11

 

Host Bus

X4

Hub Interface

ConnectorX1

Connector

J8

 

 

Connec-tor

Connector X3

 

Connec-tor J9

 

 

Connector X2

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3.2Mechanical Specifications

3.2.1Dimensions

95.0 mm x 114.0 mm

Height approx. 12 mm (0.4”)

Note: The maximum height of electrical components on the bottom side of the module is specified with 2.0mm in the ETX@ specification. On the ETX@-CD the Southbridge is soldered on the bottom side and Intel specified the ICH7 with 2.28mm ± 0.21mm

3.3Electrical Specifications

3.3.1Supply Voltage

5V DC +/- 5%

3.3.2Supply Voltage Ripple

Maximum 100 mV peak to peak 0 – 20 MHz

3.3.3Supply Current 5 V_SB

0,10 A typical

3.3.4Supply Current (typical, DOS prompt)

Power-consumption tests were executed during the DOS prompt and without a keyboard. Using a keyboard takes an additional 100 mA.

All tested boards were fully equipped –AL boards. All boards were equipped with 1024 MB DDR2 SDRAM.

Modules were tested using maximum CPU frequency.

ETX®-CD Celeron M ULV 423

CPU Clock

1066 MHz

 

 

Mode

Full On

Power Consumption

2,20 A

 

 

ETX®-CD Core 2 Duo Processor L7400

CPU Clock

2 x 1,5 GHz

Mode

Full On

Power Consumption

3,59 A

ETX®-CD Core Duo Processor L2400

CPU Clock

2 x 1,66 GHz

Mode

Full On

Power Consumption

2,96 A

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ETX®-CD Core Duo Processor T2500

CPU Clock

2 x 2,0 GHz

 

 

Mode

Full On

Power Consumption

4,82 A

3.3.5Power Consumption (Windows® XP SP2)

ETX® board

 

 

 

 

 

Full Load

 

 

 

 

 

Idle

 

 

 

Idle with C1E/EIST

 

[A]5V

 

 

 

[A]5VSB

 

 

[W]

 

[A]5V

 

[A]5VSB

 

[W]

[A]5V

 

 

[A]5VSB

 

 

[W]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

T2500

 

6,70

 

 

 

tbd

 

 

34,10

 

3,35

 

tbd

 

17,35

1,92

 

 

tbd

 

 

10,20

L2400

 

4,22

 

 

 

tbd

 

 

21,70

 

2,25

 

tbd

 

11,85

1,85

 

 

tbd

 

 

9,85

L7400

 

6,51

 

 

0,41

 

 

34,61

 

2,74

 

0,02

 

13,80

2,67

 

 

0,02

 

 

13,45

CM423

 

2,51

 

 

 

tbd

 

 

13,15

 

1,87

 

tbd

 

9,95

np

 

 

np

 

 

np

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ETX® board

 

 

Standby S1

 

 

 

Standby S3 cold

 

 

S3 hot

 

 

 

 

[A]5V

 

 

 

[A]5VSB

 

 

[W]

 

[A]5V

 

[A]5VSB

 

[W]

[A]5V

 

[A]5VSB

 

[W]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

T2500

 

tbd

 

 

 

tbd

 

 

tbd

 

tbd

 

tbd

 

tbd

tbd

 

 

tbd

 

 

tbd

L2400

 

1,64

 

 

 

tbd

 

 

8,80

 

 

tbd

 

tbd

 

tbd

0,56

 

 

tbd

 

3,40

L7400

 

tbd

 

 

 

tbd

 

 

tbd

 

0,02

 

0,32

 

1,67

0,75

 

0,03

 

3,91

CM423

 

1,63

 

 

 

tbd

 

 

8,75

 

 

tbd

 

tbd

 

tbd

0,52

 

 

tbd

 

3,20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ETX® board

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Soft Off (ACPI S5)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

[A]5VSB

 

 

 

 

 

 

[W]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

tbd

 

 

 

 

T2500

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

tbd

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

L2400

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

tbd

 

 

 

 

 

 

tbd

 

 

 

 

L7400

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

0,18

 

 

 

 

0,90

 

 

 

 

CM423

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

tbd

 

 

 

 

 

 

tbd

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.3.6CMOS Battery Power Consumption

 

Voltage Range

 

 

Quiescent Current

 

 

 

 

 

3,5 μA @ 2.5 V

 

 

2.0 V – 3.6 V

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4,3 μA @ 3.0 V

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CMOS battery power consumption was measured with an ETX®-CD module on a standard Kontron ETX® evaluation board. The system was turned off and the battery was removed from the evaluation board. The 2.5 V or 3.0 V of power was supplied from a DC power supply. Do not use these values to calculate the CMOS battery lifetime.

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3.4Environmental Specifications

3.4.1Temperature

Operating: (with Kontron Embedded Modules heat-spreader plate assembly):

Ambient temperature: 0°C to 60°C

Maximum heatspreader-plate temperature: 0°C tp 60°C (*)

Non-operating:

-30°C to 85°C

See the Thermal Management chapter for additional information.

Note:

*The maximum operating temperature with the heatspreader plate is the maximum measurable temperature

 

on any spot on the heatspreader’s surface. You must maintain the temperature according to the above

 

specification.

 

 

Operating (without Kontron Embedded Modules heat-spreader plate assembly):

Maximum operating temperature: 0°C to 60°C (**)

Non operating:

-30° to +85°C

See the Thermal Management chapter for additional information.

Note:

**The maximum operating temperature is the maximum measurable temperature on any spot on a module’s

 

surface. You must maintain the temperature according to the above specification.

 

 

3.4.2Humidity

Operating: 10% to 90% (non condensing) Non operating: 5% to 95% (non condensing)

3.5MTBF

The following MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure) values were calculated using a combination of manufacturer’s test data, if the data was available, and a Bellcore calculation for the remaining parts. The Bellcore calculation used is “Method 1 Case 1”. In that particular method the components are assumed to be operating at a 50 % stress level in a 40° C ambient environment and the system is assumed to have not been burned in. Manufacturer’s data has been used wherever possible. The manufacturer’s data, when used, is specified at 50° C, so in that sense the following results are slightly conservative. The MTBF values shown below are for a 40° C in an office or telecommunications environment. Higher temperatures and other environmental stresses (extreme altitude, vibration, salt water exposure, etc.) lower MTBF values.

 

System MTBF (hours) :

109418

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Notes: Fans usually shipped with Kontron Embedded Modules GmbH products have 50,000-hour typical operating life. The above estimates assume no fan, but a passive heat sinking arrangement.

Estimated RTC battery life (as opposed to battery failures) is not accounted for in the above figures and need to be considered for separately. Battery life depends on both temperature and operating conditions. When the Kontron unit has external power; the only battery drain is from leakage paths.

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4 ETX® connectors

The pinouts for ETX® Interface Connectors X1, X2, X3, and X4 are documented for convenient reference. Please see the ETX® Specification and ETX® Design Guide for detailed, design-level information.

4.1Connector Locations

 

IDE Port

 

 

 

Ethernet

 

 

 

Power Good/Reset Input

 

 

X4

ATX PS Control

ISA Bus

X2

Speaker

 

 

 

 

 

Battery

 

 

 

I2C-Bus

 

 

 

SM-Bus

 

 

 

VGA

PCI Bus

 

 

LVDS (JILI)

USB

 

X3

Serial Ports

Audio

X1

PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse

Serial IRQ

 

IRDA

3.3 V for external use

 

 

Parallel Port

(max. 500 mA)

 

 

Floppy

 

 

 

TV-out

 

 

Feature Connector J11

SDVO

Fan-connector

top view

(connectors only)

side view

(connectors only)

4.2General Signal Description

Term

Description

IO-3,3

Bi-directional 3,3 V IO-Signal

IO-5

Bi-directional 5 V IO-Signal

I-3,3

3,3 V Input

I-5

5 V Input

O-3,3

3,3 V Output

O-5

5 V Output

PU

Pull-Up Resistor

PD

Pull-Down Resistor

PWR

Power Connection

Nc

Not Connected / Reserved

 

 

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4.3Connector X1 (PCI bus, USB, Audio)

Pin

Signal

Pin

Signal

 

Pin

Signal

Pin

Signal

1

GND

2

GND

 

51

VCC *

52

VCC *

3

PCICLK3

4

PCICLK4

 

53

PAR

54

SERR#

5

GND

6

GND

 

55

GPERR#

56

RESERVED

7

PCICLK1

8

PCICLK2

 

57

PME#

58

USB2#

9

REQ3#

10

GNT3#

 

59

LOCK#

60

DEVSEL#

11

GNT2#

12

3V

 

61

TRDY#

62

USB3#

13

REQ2#

14

GNT1#

 

63

IRDY#

64

STOP#

15

REQ1#

16

3V

 

65

FRAME#

66

USB2

17

GNT0#

18

RESERVED

 

67

GND

68

GND

19

VCC *

20

VCC *

 

69

AD16

70

CBE2#

21

SERIRQ

22

REQ0#

 

71

AD17

72

USB3

23

AD0

24

3V

 

73

AD19

74

AD18

25

AD1

26

AD2

 

75

AD20

76

USB0#

27

AD4

28

AD3

 

77

AD22

78

AD21

29

AD6

30

AD5

 

79

AD23

80

USB1#

31

CBE0#

32

AD7

 

81

AD24

82

CBE3#

33

AD8

34

AD9

 

83

VCC *

84

VCC *

35

GND

36

GND

 

85

AD25

86

AD26

37

AD10

38

AUXAL

 

87

AD28

88

USB0

39

AD11

40

MIC

 

89

AD27

90

AD29

41

AD12

42

AUXAR

 

91

AD30

92

USB1

43

AD13

44

ASVCC

 

93

PCIRST#

94

AD31

45

AD14

46

SNDL

 

95

INTC#

96

INTD#

47

AD15

48

ASGND

 

97

INTA#

98

INTB#

49

CBE1#

50

SNDR

 

99

GND

100

GND

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notes: * To protect external power lines of peripheral devices, make sure that:

-the wires have the right diameter to withstand the maximum available current

-the enclosure of the peripheral device fulfils the fire-protection requirements of IEC/EN60950

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4.3.1Connector X1 Signal Levels

 

Pin 1-50 [Power | PCI |USB | AUDIO]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pin

Signal

Description

Type

Termination

Comment

 

 

1

GND

Ground

PWR

-

-

 

 

2

GND

Ground

PWR

-

-

 

 

3

PCICLK3

PCI Clock Slot 3

O-3,3

-

-

 

 

4

PCICLK4

PCI Clock Slot 4

O-3,3

-

-

 

 

5

GND

Ground

PWR

-

-

 

 

6

GND

Ground

PWR

-

-

 

 

7

PCICLK1

PCI Clock Slot 1

O-3,3

-

-

 

 

8

PCICLK2

PCI Clock Slot 2

O-3,3

-

-

 

 

9

REQ3#

PCI Bus Request 3

I-3,3

PU 8k2 3.3V

8k2 Ohm Resistors

 

 

10

GNT3#

PCI Bus Grant 3

O-3,3

-

-

 

 

11

GNT2#

PCI Bus Grant 2

O-3,3

-

-

 

 

12

3V

Power +3,3V

PWR

-

-

 

 

13

REQ2#

PCI Bus Request 2

I-3,3

PU 8k2 3.3V

8k2 Ohm Resistors

 

 

14

GNT1#

PCI Bus Grant 1

O-3,3

-

-

 

 

15

REQ1#

PCI Bus Request 1

I-3,3

PU 8k2 3.3V

8k2 Ohm Resistors

 

 

16

3V

Power +3,3V

PWR

-

-

 

 

17

GNT0#

PCI Bus Grant 0

O-3,3

-

-

 

 

18

nc

-

nc

-

Reserved

 

 

19

VCC

Power +5V

PWR

-

-

 

 

20

VCC

Power +5V

PWR

-

-

 

 

21

SERIRQ

Serial Interrupt Reqest

IO-3,3

-

12mA Source sink

 

 

22

REQ0#

PCI Bus Request 0

I-3,3

PU 8k2 3.3V

8k2 Ohm Resistors

 

 

23

AD0

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

IO-3,3

 

-

 

 

24

3V

Power +3,3V

PWR

-

-

 

 

25

AD1

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

IO-3,3

-

-

 

 

26

AD2

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

IO-3,3

-

-

 

 

27

AD4

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

IO-3,3

-

-

 

 

28

AD3

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

IO-3,3

-

-

 

 

29

AD6

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

IO-3,3

-

-

 

 

30

AD5

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

IO-3,3

-

-

 

 

31

CBE0#

PCI Bus Command and Byte enables 0

IO-3,3

-

-

 

 

32

AD7

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

IO-3,3

-

-

 

 

33

AD8

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

IO-3,3

-

-

 

 

34

AD9

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

IO-3,3

-

-

 

 

35

GND

Ground

PWR

-

-

 

 

36

GND

Ground

PWR

-

-

 

 

37

AD10

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

IO-3,3

-

-

 

 

38

AUXAL

Auxiliary Line Input Left

I

PD 4k7 ASGND

1:2 bleeder

 

 

39

AD11

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

IO-3,3

-

-

 

 

40

MIC

Microphone Input

I

-

-

 

 

41

AD12

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

IO-3,3

-

-

 

 

42

AUXAR

Auxiliary Line Input Right

I

PD 4k7 ASGND

1:2 bleeder

 

 

43

AD13

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

IO-3,3

-

-

 

 

44

ASVCC

Analog Supply of Sound Controller

O-5

-

-

 

 

45

AD14

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

IO-3,3

-

-

 

 

46

SNDL

Audio Out Left

O

-

-

 

 

47

AD15

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

IO-3,3

-

-

 

 

48

ASGND

Analog Ground of Sound Controller

P

-

-

 

 

49

CBE1#

PCI Bus Command and Byte enables 1

IO-3,3

-

-

 

 

50

SNDR

Audio Out Right

O

-

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note:

The termination resistors in this table are already mounted on the ETX®board. Please refer to the design

 

 

 

guide for information about additional termination resistors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pin 51–100: [Power | PCI |USB | AUDIO]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pin

Signal

Description

 

Type

 

Termination

Comment

 

 

51

VCC

Power +5V

 

PWR

 

-

-

 

 

52

VCC

Power +5V

 

PWR

 

-

-

 

 

53

PAR

PCI Bus Parity

 

IO-3,3

 

-

-

 

 

54

SERR#

PCI Bus System Error

 

IO-3,3

 

PU 8k2 3,3V

-

 

 

55

GPERR#

PCI Bus Grant Error

 

IO-3,3

 

PU 8k2 3,3V

-

 

 

56

nc

-

 

nc

 

-

Reserved

 

 

57

PME#

PCI Power Management Event

 

IO-3,3

 

-

int. PU 20k 3,3V

 

 

58

USB2#

USB Data- , Port2

 

IO-3,3

 

-

int. PD 15k in ICH7

 

 

59

LOCK#

PCI Bus Lock

 

IO-3,3

 

PU 8k2 3,3V

-

 

 

60

DEVSEL#

PCI Bus Device Select

 

IO-3,3

 

PU 8k2 3,3V

-

 

 

61

TRDY#

PCI Bus Target Ready

 

IO-3,3

 

PU 8k2 3,3V

-

 

 

62

USB3#

USB Data- , Port3

 

IO-3,3

 

-

int. PD 15k in ICH7

 

 

63

IRDY#

PCI Bus Initiator Ready

 

IO-3,3

 

PU 8k2 3,3V

-

 

 

64

STOP#

PCI Bus Stop

 

IO-3,3

 

PU 8k2 3,3V

-

 

 

65

FRAME#

PCI Bus Cycle Frame

 

IO-3,3

 

PU 8k2 3,3V

-

 

 

66

USB2

USB Data+ , Port2

 

IO-3,3

 

-

int. PD 15k in ICH7

 

 

67

GND

Ground

 

PWR

 

-

-

 

 

68

GND

Ground

 

PWR

 

-

-

 

 

69

AD16

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

 

IO-3,3

 

-

-

 

 

70

CBE2#

PCI Bus Command and Byte enables 2

 

IO-3,3

 

-

-

 

 

71

AD17

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

 

IO-3,3

 

-

-

 

 

72

USB3

USB Data+ , Port3

 

IO-3,3

 

-

int. PD 15k in ICH7

 

 

73

AD19

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

 

IO-3,3

 

-

-

 

 

74

AD18

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

 

IO-3,3

 

-

-

 

 

75

AD20

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

 

IO-3,3

 

-

-

 

 

76

USB0#

USB Data- , Port0

 

IO-3,3

 

-

int. PD 15k in ICH7

 

 

77

AD22

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

 

IO-3,3

 

-

-

 

 

78

AD21

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

 

IO-3,3

 

-

-

 

 

79

AD23

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

 

IO-3,3

 

-

-

 

 

80

USB1#

USB Data- , Port1

 

IO-3,3

 

-

int. PD 15k in ICH7

 

 

81

AD24

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

 

IO-3,3

 

-

-

 

 

82

CBE3#

PCI Command and Byte enables 3

 

IO-3,3

 

-

-

 

 

83

VCC

Power +5V

 

PWR

 

-

-

 

 

84

VCC

Power +5V

 

PWR

 

-

-

 

 

85

AD25

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

 

IO-3,3

 

-

-

 

 

86

AD26

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

 

IO-3,3

 

-

-

 

 

87

AD28

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

 

IO-3,3

 

-

-

 

 

88

USB0

USB Data+ , Port0

 

IO-3,3

 

-

int. PD 15k in ICH7

 

 

89

AD27

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

 

IO-3,3

 

-

-

 

 

90

AD29

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

 

IO-3,3

 

-

-

 

 

91

AD30

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

 

IO-3,3

 

-

-

 

 

92

USB1

USB Data+ , Port1

 

IO-3,3

 

-

int. PD 15k in ICH7

 

 

93

PCIRST#

PCI Bus Reset

 

O-3,3

 

-

-

 

 

94

AD31

PCI Adress & Data Bus line

 

IO-3,3

 

-

-

 

 

95

INTC#

PCI BUS Interrupt Request C

 

I-3,3

 

PU 8k2 3,3V

-

 

 

96

INTD#

PCI BUS Interrupt Request D

 

I-3,3

 

PU 8k2 3,3V

-

 

 

97

INTA#

PCI BUS Interrupt Request A

 

I-3,3

 

PU 8k2 3,3V

-

 

 

98

INTB#

PCI BUS Interrupt Request B

 

I-3,3

 

PU 8k2 3,3V

-

 

 

99

GND

Ground

 

PWR

 

-

-

 

 

100

GND

Ground

 

PWR

 

-

-

 

 

 

Note:

The termination resistors in this table are already mounted on the ETX® board. Please refer to the design

 

 

guide for information about additional termination resistors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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4.3.2Connector X1 Signal Description

PCI Bus

The implementation of this subsystem complies with the ETX® Specification. Implementation information is provided in the ETX® Design Guide. Refer to the documentation for additional information.

USB

Three USB host controllers (two 1.1 UHCI and one EHCI high-speed 2.0 controller) are on the Intel® 82801GB south bridge device. The USB controllers comply with both versions 1.1 and 2.0 of the USB standard and are backward compatible. The three controllers implement a root hub, which have two USB ports each.

Configuration

The USB controllers are PCI bus devices. The BIOS allocates required system resources during configuration of the PCI bus.

Audio

The ETX®-CD PCI audio controller is integrated in the Intel® 82801GB southbridge. The audio codec is compatible with AC97.

Configuration

The audio controller is a PCI bus device. The BIOS allocates required system resources during configuration of the PCI device.

Serial IRQ

The serial IRQ pin offers a standardized interface to link interrupt request lines to a single wire.

Configuration

The serial IRQ machine is in “Continuous Mode” per default and can be changed in the BIOS setup, the frame size is 21 frames and the start frame pulse width is 4 clocks.

3.3V Power Supply for External Components

The ETX®-CD offers the ability to connect external 3.3V devices to the onboard-generated supply voltage. Pin 12 and Pin 16 of Connector X1 are used to connect to the +3.3V ±5% power supply. The maximum external load is 500mA. Contact Kontron Embedded Systems Technical Support for help with this feature.

Warning: Do not connect 3.3 V pins to external 3.3 V supply.

For additional information, refer to the ETX® Design Guide, I2C application notes, and JIDA specifications, all of which are available on the Kontron Embedded Systems Web site.

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4.4Connector X2 (ISA Bus)

Pin

Signal

Pin

Signal

 

Pin

Signal

Pin

Signal

1

GND

2

GND

 

51

VCC *

52

VCC *

3

SD14

4

SD15

 

53

SA6

54

IRQ5

5

SD13

6

MASTER#

 

55

SA7

56

IRQ6

7

SD12

8

DREQ7

 

57

SA8

58

IRQ7

9

SD11

10

DACK7#

 

59

SA9

60

SYSCLK

11

SD10

12

DREQ6

 

61

SA10

62

REFSH#

13

SD9

14

DACK6#

 

63

SA11

64

DREQ1

15

SD8

16

DREQ5

 

65

SA12

66

DACK1#

17

MEMW#

18

DACK5#

 

67

GND

68

GND

19

MEMR#

20

DREQ0

 

69

SA13

70

DREQ3

21

LA17

22

DACK0#

 

71

SA14

72

DACK3#

23

LA18

24

IRQ14

 

73

SA15

74

IOR#

25

LA19

26

IRQ15

 

75

SA16

76

IOW#

27

LA20

28

IRQ12

 

77

SA18

78

SA17

29

LA21

30

IRQ11

 

79

SA19

80

SMEMR#

31

LA22

32

IRQ10

 

81

IOCHRDY

82

AEN

33

LA23

34

IO16#

 

83

VCC *

84

VCC *

35

GND

36

GND

 

85

SD0

86

SMEMW#

37

SBHE#

38

M16#

 

87

SD2

88

SD1

39

SA0

40

OSC

 

89

SD3

90

NOWS#

41

SA1

42

BALE

 

91

DREQ2

92

SD4

43

SA2

44

TC

 

93

SD5

94

IRQ9**

45

SA3

46

DACK2#

 

95

SD6

96

SD7

47

SA4

48

IRQ3

 

97

IOCHK#

98

RSTDRV

49

SA5

50

IRQ4

 

99

GND

100

GND

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notes: *To protect external power lines of peripheral devices, make sure that:

-The wires have the right diameter to withstand the maximum available current.

-The enclosure of the peripheral device fulfils the fire-protection requirements of IEC/EN60950 ** IRQ9 is used for SCI in ACPI mode. Do not use for legacy ISA devices.

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