Intel HS-2601A User Manual

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HS-2601A

Intel Low Power Mobile 500MHz

Mini Board Computer

3.5” SizeAll-in-OneCRT/PanelLANWDT

DOC2 USBIrDAPC/104Flash Disk

PCI Bus Mini Board

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©Copyright 2002 BOSER Technology Co.,Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

Edition 1.2, June 28, 2003

 

 

Table of Contents

Chapter 1

General Description ---------------------------------

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1.1

Major Features ------------------------------------------------------

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1.2

Specifications -------------------------------------------------------

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1.3

Board Dimensions -------------------------------------------------

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Chapter 2

Unpacking ---------------------------------------------

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2.1

Opening the Delivery Package---------------------------------

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2.2

Inspection-------------------------------------------------------------

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Chapter 3

Hardware Installation-------------------------------

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3.1

Before Installation--------------------------------------------------

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3.2

Board Layout --------------------------------------------------------

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3.3

Jumper List-----------------------------------------------------------

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3.4

Connector List ------------------------------------------------------

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3.5

Configuring the CPU ----------------------------------------------

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3.6

System Memory---------------------------------------------------

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3.7

DiskOnChip Address Setting ------------------------------

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3.7.1 Installing DiskOnChip Modules-------------------------------

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3.7.1 Removing DiskOnChip Modules -------------------------------

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3.8

VGA Controller ----------------------------------------------------

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JP2: Panel Voltage Select--------------------------

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CN6: 15-pin CRT Connector (DB15) ---------------

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CN10: 50-pin Panel Connector --------------------

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3.9

IDE Drive Connector---------------------------------------------

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CN12: Primary IDE Connector ---------------------

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3.10

Floppy Disk Drive Connector---------------------------------

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CN11: FDD Connector ------------------------------

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3.11

Serial Port Connectors -----------------------------------------

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CN15 and CN14: COM1/COM2 Connector

 

 

 

(5x2 Header) ----------------------------------------

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3.12

Parallel Connector -----------------------------------------------

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CN16: Parallel Connector --------------------------

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3.13

Ethernet Connector----------------------------------------------

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CN4: RJ-45 and LAN LED Connector --------------

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3.14

IrDA Connector ---------------------------------------------------

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CN9: IrDA Connector -------------------------------

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3.15

USB Connector ---------------------------------------------------

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CN13: USB Connector ------------------------------

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3.16

CMOS Data Clear -------------------------------------------------

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JP4: Clear CMOS------------------------------------

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3.17

Power Connectors -----------------------------------------------

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CN1: 4-pin Power Connector ----------------------

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CN5: 2-pin Power Input Connector----------------

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3.18

Keyboard/Mouse Connectors --------------------------------

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CN8: 6-pin Keyboard/Mouse Connector ---------

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CN7: PS/2 6-pin Mini DIN Keyboard/Mouse

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Connector-------------------------------------------

3.19

System Front Panel Connectors ----------------------------

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LD2: IDE LED Connector ----------------------------

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LD1: Power LED --------------------------------------

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JP3: Reset Button Connector-----------------------

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3.20

Watchdog Timer --------------------------------------------------

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JP1: Watchdog Timer Active Type Setting -------

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3.21

CompactFlash Connector-----------------------------------

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3.22

Mini PCI Connector ----------------------------------------------

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PC1: Mini PCI Connector Pin Information ---------

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3.23

PC/104 Connectors ----------------------------------------------

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CN3: 40-pin PC/104 Expansion Slot ---------------

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CN2: 64-pin PC/104 Expansion Slot ---------------

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Chapter 4 Award BIOS Setup --------------------------------

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4.1

Starting Setup -----------------------------------------------------

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4.2

Using Setup --------------------------------------------------------

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4.2.1 Getting Help-----------------------------------------------------------

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4.3

Main Menu ----------------------------------------------------------

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4.4

Standard CMOS Setup------------------------------------------

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4.5

BIOS Features Setup--------------------------------------------

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4.6

Chipset Features Setup ----------------------------------------

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4.7

Power Management Setup ------------------------------------

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4.7.1 PM Timers -------------------------------------------------------------

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4.7.2 Reload Global Timer Events --------------------------------------

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4.8

PNP/PCI Configuration -----------------------------------------

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4.9

Load BIOS Defaults----------------------------------------------

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4.10

Load Setup Defaults---------------------------------------------

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4.11

Integrated Peripherals ------------------------------------------

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4.12

Supervisor/User Password Setting-------------------------

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4.13

IDE HDD Auto Detection ---------------------------------------

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4.14

Save & Exit Setup ------------------------------------------------

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4.15

Exit Without Saving----------------------------------------------

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Chapter 5 Software Utilities -----------------------------------

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5.1

VGA Driver Installation for Win 95/98----------------------

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5.2

VGA Driver Installation for Win NT4.0 ---------------------

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5.3

LAN Driver Installation for WIN95 & WIN98--------------

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5.3.1

Win98-------------------------------------------------------------------

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5.3.2

Win95-------------------------------------------------------------------

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5.4

LAN Driver Installation for Win NT4.0 ---------------------

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Safety Instructions

Integrated circuits on computer boards are sensitive to static electricity. To avoid damaging chips from electrostatic discharge, observe the following precautions:

Do not remove boards or integrated circuits from their anti-static packaging until you are ready to install them.

Before handling a board or integrated circuit, touch an unpainted portion of the system unit chassis for a few seconds. This helps to discharge any static electricity on your body.

Wear a wrist-grounding strap, available from most electronic component stores, when handling boards and components. Fasten the ALLIGATOR clip of the strap to the end of the shielded wire lead from a grounded object. Please wear and connect the strap before handle the HS-2601A to ensure harmlessly discharge any static electricity through the strap.

Please use an anti-static pad when putting down any components or parts or tools outside the computer. You may also use an anti-static bag instead of the pad. Please inquire from your local supplier for additional assistance in finding the necessary anti-static gadgets.

NOTE: DO NOT TOUCH THE BOARD OR ANY OTHER SENSITIVE COMPONENTS WITHOUT ALL NECESSARY ANTI-STATIC ROTECTION.

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Chapter 1

General Description

The HS-2601A is a 100MHz Intel® BX chipset-based Mini PCI Bus Intel Mobile board. With features such as enhanced I/O effects with CRT/VGA, and LAN all combined, the HS-2601A is an ideal all-in-one compact-size board for the demanding embedded applications and IA platforms.

Its onboard DMA33 to IDE drive interface architecture allows the HS-2601A to support data transfers of 33MB/sec with a maximum of two IDE drives. Its Intel® BX chipset design makes it possible for the board to support most Intel Mobile microprocessors in the market, The C&T 69000 CRT/Panel display controller offers an on-chip 2MB memory that supports up to 1280x1024x256 colors display resolution.

For suitable installation into any size system with 8/16/32bit ISA and/or PCI slots operation, the board’s advanced PISA bus add-on feature allows user to easily obtain both ISA's 16bit and PCI's 32bit full set signals from a half size PISA slot. System memory is also sufficient with the two DIMM sockets that can support up to 256MB.

Additional onboard connectors include an advanced USB and IrDA ports providing faster data transmission, a DOS-compatible DiskOnChip socket with a maximum capacity of 288MB, and one external RJ45 connector for 10/100 Base-TX Ethernet use.

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To ensure the reliability in an unmanned or standalone system, the Watchdog Timer (WDT) onboard HS-2601A is designed with pure hardware that does not need the arithmetical functions of a real-time clock chip. If any program causes unexpected halts to the system, the onboard Watchdog Timer (WDT) will automatically reset the CPU or generate an interrupt to resolve such condition.

1.1Major Features

The HS-2601A comes with the following features:

BGA Packaged Intel Low Power Mobile CPU at 500MHz, 700MHz, and 800MHz

One SO-DIMM socket with a maximum capacity of 256MB Fast PCI DMA33 controller supporting two IDE disk drives Mini PCI Local Bus support

Two RS-232 serial ports

PS/2 Keyboard and PS/2 Mouse connectors

One enhanced bi-directional parallel port supporting SPP/ECP/EPP modes

Winbond W83977 super I/O chipset C&T 69000 CRT/Panel display controller Intel 82559 100 Base-TX LAN controller DiskOnChip memory size up to 288MB PC/104 Bus connector

Optional 8~64MB Flash Disk support

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1.2Specifications

CPU: Intel Low Power Mobil CPU from 500-800 MHz Bus Interface: Mini PCI Local Bus

Memory: One SO-DIMM socket supporting up to 256MB Chipset: Intel 82443BX

I/O Chipset: Winbond W83977

VGA: C&T 69000 with 2MB memory supporting CRT/Panel displays up to 1280 x1024 at 256 colors

IDE: Two IDE disk drives supporting ATA/33 and with a transfer rate up to 33MB/sec

Flash Disk: 8~64 MB IDE interface Flash Disk support (optional) FDD: Supports up to two floppy disk drives

Parallel: One enhanced bi-dirctional parallel port supporting SPP/ECP/EPP

LAN: Intel 82559 100 Base-TX LAN

Serial Port: Two RS-232 serial ports include 16C550 UART with 16byte FIFO

IrDA: One IrDA TX/RX header USB: Two USB ports

CompactFlash : One optional CompactFlash adapter slot on solder side

Keyboard/Mouse: PS/2 6-pin Mini DIN or 6-pin connector DiskOnChip : Socket for DiskOnChip and memory size up to 288MB BIOS: Award PnP Flash BIOS

Watchdog Timer: Sets 1, 2, 10, 20, 110, 220 seconds activity trigger with Reset or NMI

CMOS: Battery backup

DMA Channels: 7

Interrupt Levels: 15

PC/104: PC/104 connector for 16bit ISA Bus Main Power: Single +5V power input

Extra Power: One 4-pin +12V/-12V connector

Max. Power Consumption: +5V@6A Operating Temperature: 0~60 oC

Board Size: 10.3 x 14.6 cm

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1.3Board Dimensions

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Chapter 2

Unpacking

2.1Opening the Delivery Package

The HS-2601A is packed in an anti-static bag. The board has components that are easily damaged by static electricity. Do not remove the anti-static wrapping until proper precautions have been taken. Safety Instructions in front of this manual describe anti-static precautions and procedures.

2.2Inspection

After unpacking the board, place it on a raised surface and carefully inspect the board for any damage that might have occurred during shipment. Ground the board and exercise extreme care to prevent damage to the board from static electricity.

Integrated circuits will sometimes come out of their sockets during shipment. Examine all integrated circuits, particularly the BIOS, processor, memory modules, ROM-Disk, and keyboard controller chip to ensure that they are firmly seated. The HS-2601A delivery package contains the following items:

HS-2601A Industrial Single Board Printer Ports Flat Cable x 1

COM port Flat Cable x 1 IDE port Flat Cable x 1 FDD port Flat Cable x 1

PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse Transfer Cable x 1 Utility Disc

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It is recommended that you keep all the parts of the delivery package intact and store them in a safe/dry place for any unforeseen event requiring the return shipment of the product. In case you discover any missing and/or damaged items from the list of items, please contact your dealer immediately.

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Chapter 3

Hardware Installation

This chapter provides the information on how to install the hardware using the HS-2601A. This chapter also contains information related to jumper settings of switch, watchdog timer, and the DiskOnChip address selection etc.

3.1Before Installation

After confirming your package contents, you are now ready to install your hardware. The following are important reminders and steps to take before you begin with your installation process.

1.Make sure that all jumper settings match their default settings and CMOS setup correctly. Refer to the sections on this chapter for the default settings of each jumper.

2.Go through the connections of all external devices and make sure that they are installed properly and configured correctly within the CMOS setup. Refer to the sections on this chapter for the detailed information on the connectors.

3.Keep the manual and diskette in good condition for future reference and use.

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3.2Board Layout

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3.3 Jumper List

Jumper

Definition

Default

Page

JP1

Watchdog Timer Active Type Select

Short 2-3

20

JP2

Panel Voltage Select

Short 1-2

12

JP4

Clear CMOS

Short 1-2

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3.4 Connector List

Connector

Definition

Page

JP3

Reset Button

20

CN1

4-pin Power In Connector

18

CN2

PC/104 64-pin Connector

26

CN3

PC104 40-pin Connector

25

CN4

RJ45 and LAN LED Connector

17

CN5

2-pin Power In Connector

18

CN6

CRT Connector

12

CN7

PS/2 6-pin Mini Din KB/Mouse Connector

19

CN8

6-pin Keyboard/Mouse Connector

19

CN9

IrDA Connector

17

CN10

Panel Connector

13

CN11

Floppy Connector

15

CN12

IDE Connector

14

CN13

USB Connector

18

CN14

COM2 Connector (5x2 Header)

16

CN15

COM1 Connector (5x2 Header)

16

CN16

Parallel Connector

16

CN17

CompactFlash Connector

22

LD1

Power LED Connector

19

LD2

HDD LED Connector

19

PC1

Mini PCI Connector

23

U2

SO-DIMM Socket

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U7

DiskOnChip Socket

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3.5Configuring the CPU

The HS-2601A, with its onboard BGA processor, auto-detects the features of the mounted microprocessor onboard. The HS-2601A automatically identifies the frequency and clock speed of the installed microprocessor chip, thereby eliminating the need for user to do additional CPU configuration or hardware settings related to it.

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3.6System Memory

The HS-2601A provides one SO-DIMM socket at location U2. This onboard memory socket can support 64MB, 128MB and 256MB SO-DIMM modules. The system’s maximum memory capacity is 256MB.

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NOTE: SO-DIMM sockets out on the market these days have very fragile contacts that attach to modules. We highly recommend you not to regularly remove the installed SO-DIMM from its socket. Doing so may wear out the contact between the socket and module.

3.7DiskOnChip Address Setting

The DiskOnChip function allows the system to boot or operate without a FDD or a HDD. DiskOnChip modules may be formatted as drive C or A. With DiskOnChip , user may also execute DOS commands such as FORMAT, SYS, COPY, XCOPY, DISCOPY and DISKCOMP etc.

The U7 location onboard the HS-2601A is the DiskOnChip module socket. The board circuitry assigns a LOCKED starting memory address of the installed module at D000. If you have another memory device that has a similar memory capacity with that of the DOC in your system, please set both at different memory address mapping to avoid the mapping area conflicts. Failing to do so will not make the HS-2601A and the additional memory device function properly.

3.7.1 Installing DiskOnChip Modules

When installing a DiskOnChip module onto your board, please take note of the following:

1.Orient yourself properly with the location of the DiskOnChip socket. Try to locate the pin 1 location on your socket. Pin numbers are usually printed on either the component side or the solder side of your board.

2.Locate the Pin 1 location on your DiskOnChip module. More often than not, Pin 1 can be found on the lower right corner of the chip. Please refer to the diagram for the exact location.

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3.Once you have figured out where the pin 1 locations are on both chip and socket, align the module’s pins on an upright angle against the socket. Using both thumbs, gently press the module into the socket until all the pins are secured to their designations.

DiskOnChip

Pin 1

Location

4.The installation is now complete and your module is now ready for use.

NOTE: If you encounter difficulty installing your DiskOnChip module, please consult a qualified technician or engineer to perform the installation.

3.7.1 Removing DiskOnChip Modules

When removing a DiskOnChip module from its socket, please take note of the following:

1.Loosen the contact of the module from its socket using a screwdriver.

2.Insert the screwdriver’s flat head into a gap on either end of the socket. Do not insert the screwdriver head on either side where the pins are located. Doing so might damage the pins in the process.

3.Slowly lift the screwdriver handle upwards. This will disengage the module from its socket.

NOTE: If you encounter difficulty removing your DiskOnChip module, please consult a qualified technician or engineer to remove it for you.

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3.8VGA Controller

The HS-2601A has an onboard jumper that selects the working voltage of the flat panel connected to the system. Jumper JP2 offers two voltage settings for the user.

JP2: Panel Voltage Select

Options

Settings

 

5.0 V (default)

Short 1-2

3 2 1

3.3 V

Short 2-3

WARNING: Please contact the supplier of your panel and make sure of the correct voltage it uses. Incorrect settings on JP8 may cause internal damage to your panel.

The built-in C&T 69000 CRT/Panel display controller, onboard HS-2601A, uses 2MB memory to support resolutions up to 1280x1024x256 colors.

The HS-2601A provides two connection methods of a VGA device. CN20 offers a single standard CRT connector (DB15) while CN16 is the 50-pin panel connector onboard reserved for flat panel installation.

CN6: 15-pin CRT Connector (DB15)

PIN

Description

PIN

Description

1

Red

2

Green

3

Blue

4

N/C

5

GND

6

GND

7

GND

8

GND

9

N/C

10

GND

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N/C

12

GND

13

HSYNC

14

VSYNC

15

GND

 

 

 

5

1

 

 

10

 

6

 

15

11

 

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