Intel PCM-6892 Rev.B User Manual

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PCM-6892 Rev.B

Intel® ULV Celeron®

400 / 650 MHz Processor

Compact Board

With LCD, Ethernet, TV-Out,

Mini PCI, Speaker out

PCM-6892 Rev. B Manual 4th Ed.

May 2005

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Copyright Notice

This document is copyrighted, 2005. All rights are reserved. The original manufacturer reserves the right to make improvements to the products described in this manual at any time without notice.

No part of this manual may be reproduced, copied, translated, or transmitted in any form or by any means without the prior written permission of the original manufacturer. Information provided in this manual is intended to be accurate and reliable. However, the original manufacturer assumes no responsibility for its use, or for any infringements upon the rights of third parties that may result from its use.

The material in this document is for product information only and is subject to change without notice. While reasonable efforts have been made in the preparation of this document to assure its accuracy, AAEON assumes no liabilities resulting from errors or omissions in this document, or from the use of the information contained herein.

AAEON reserves the right to make changes in the product design without notice to its users.

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Acknowledgments

All other products’name or trademarks are properties of their respective owners.

Award is a trademark of Award Software International, Inc.

CompactFlashis a trademark of the Compact Flash Association.

Intel® , Pentium® and Celeron® are trademarks of Intel® Corporation.

Microsoft Windows® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corp.

ITE is a trademark of Integrated Technology Express, Inc.

IBM, PC/AT, PS/2, and VGA are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation.

SoundBlaster is a trademark of Creative Labs, Inc.

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Packing List

Before you begin installing your card, please make sure that the following materials have been shipped:

1 PCM-6892 R ev. B CPU Card

1 Jumper cap

1 Quick Installation Guide

1 CD-ROM for manual (in PDF format) and drivers

If any of these items should be missing or damaged, please contact your distributor or sales representative immediately.

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Contents

 

Chapter 1 General Information

 

1.1

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

1-2

1.2

Features...................................................................................

1-4

1.3

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

1-5

Chapter 2 Quick Installation Guide

 

2.1

Safety Precautions ...................................................................

2-2

2.2

Location of Connectors and Jumpers.....................................

2-3

2.3

Mechanical Drawing ...............................................................

2-5

2.4

List of Jumpers........................................................................

2-7

2.5

List of Connectors..................................................................

2-8

2.6 Setting Jumpers......................................................................

2-10

2.7

Audio Out Selection (JP1) .....................................................

2-11

2.8

LCD Voltage Selection (JP2) .................................................

2-11

2.9

TTL_LCD Clock Selection (JP3)...........................................

2-11

2.10 Clear CMOS (JP4)................................................................

2-12

2.11 COM2 Ring / +5V / +12V Selection (JP5)........................

2-12

2.12 TV-Out Connector (CN1)...................................................

2-12

2.13 TTL_LCD Connector (CN2) ..............................................

2-13

2.14 VGA Display Connector (CN4)..........................................

2-14

2.15 ATX Power Connector (CN5).............................................

2-14

2.16 TTL_LCD Connector (CN6) ..............................................

2-15

2.17 LVDS Connector (CN7)......................................................

2-16

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2.18 LAN1 LED Connector (CN8).............................................

2-16

2.19 LAN2 LED Connector (CN9).............................................

2-17

2.20 Audio Connector (CN10) ....................................................

2-17

2.21 COM1~4 Connector (CN11) ..............................................

2-18

2.22 USB Connector (CN12).......................................................

2-19

2.23

USB Connector (CN13).......................................................

2-19

2.24

IrDA Connector (CN14) .....................................................

2-19

2.25

Fan Connector (CN15)........................................................

2-20

2.26 PS/2 Keyboard & Mouse Connector (CN16).....................

2-20

2.27

Front Panel Connector (CN17)...........................................

2-20

Chapter 3 Award BIOS Setup

3.1 System Test and Initialization.................................................

3-2

3.2 Award BIOS Setup..................................................................

3-3

3.3 Standard CMOS Features .......................................................

3-5

3.4

Advanced BIOS Features........................................................

3-5

3.5 Advanced Chipset Features ....................................................

3-5

3.6 Integrated Peripherals .............................................................

3-6

3.7 Power management Setup.......................................................

3-7

3.8

PnP/PCI configuration...........................................................

3-7

3.9

PC Health Status.....................................................................

3-7

3.10 Frequency / Voltage control.................................................

3-7

3.11 Load Fail-Safe Defaults.........................................................

3-7

3.12 Load Optimized Defaults .....................................................

3-7

3.13 Set Supervisor / User Password ...........................................

3-8

3.14 Save & Exit Setup .................................................................

3-8

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3.15 Exit without saving ...............................................................

3-8

Chapter 4 Driver Installation

4.1

Step 1 – Install VIA 4 in 1 Driver...........................................

4-3

4.2

Step 2

– Install Graphic Driver...............................................

4-3

4.3

Step 3

– Install Audio Driver..................................................

4-3

4.4

Step 4

– Install Ethernet Driver..............................................

4-4

4.5

Step 5

– Install PCMCIA Driver (Win 98 only) .....................

4-4

Appendix A I/O Information

A.1 I/O Address Map...................................................................

A-2

A.2 1st MB Memory Address Map................................................

A-2

A.3 IRQ Mapping Chart...............................................................

A-3

A.4 DMA Channel Assignments ..................................................

A-3

Appendix B Programming The Watchdog Timer

B.1 Programming the Watchdog Timer ...................................... .

B-2

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Chapter

1

General

Information

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1.1 Introduction

PCM-6892 Rev. B is the extension of PCM-6892 Rev. A. This model possess all features in Rev. A but the only difference Intel® Ultra Low Voltage Celeron® 400/650MHz processor was introduced into Rev. B. With the processor, PCM-6892 Rev. B will own more excellent performance and lower power consumption than PCM-6892 Rev. A.

More options for your extension

Compared with PCM-6892 Rev. A, the new PCM-6892 Rev. B owns Mini PCI slot. Mini PCI has the excellent ability for extension in your application. Therefore, Mini PCI can go with the extension devices such as Gigabit LAN, USB 2.0 or IEEE 1394 to pander the diverse applications.

Marvelous Graphic Accelerator

VIA VT8606 built in 2D / 3D Graphic Accelerator can offer the high-resolution display quality and support 18/36 bit TTL or LVDS LCD Display, TV out. VIA VT8606 is a superior chipset with all kinds of integrations. Besides, the model is also integrated few functions such as Dual Ethernet, Audio, USB, Serial port, Parallel port and etc. Mentioned above is sufficient for your application. With 2 slots PCMCIA and Mini PCI plug, you can make a choice depend on your application and need.

High performance and Low power consumption

Overall, PCM-6892 Rev. B provides an operating environment with low power consumption and multi-functions. The compact size and flexible

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expand interface will be the best choice for the embedded application which

has the severe condition for the space and environment.

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1.2Features

Intel® Ultra Low Voltage Celeron 400 / 650 CPU onboard

Support 18 / 36 bit TTL/LVDS TFT Panel

Mini PCI Slot

Support Type II PCMCIA Slot (Optional)

4 COMs / 4USB / CFD

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1.3 Specifications

System

CPU:

Onboard Intel® Ultra Low Voltage

 

 

Celeron® 400 /650MHz Processor

Memory:

Onboard one 168-pin DIMM socket

 

 

support up to 512MB SDRAM

Chipset:

VIA VT8606 / VT82C686B

BIOS:

Award 256KB Flash BIOS

Enhanced IDE:

Supports up to two IDE devices.

 

 

Support Ultra DMA100 mode with

 

 

transfer rate up to 100MB / sec.

FDD Interface:

Support up to two floppy disk

 

 

drives, 5.25 inch (360KB and 1.2

 

 

MB) and/or 3.5 inch (720KB,

 

 

1.44MB and 2.88MB)

Parallel Port:

One bi-directional parallel port.

 

 

Support SPP, ECP and EPP modes.

Serial Port:

Three RS-232 serial ports and one

 

 

RS-232 /422 / 485 serial ports.

 

 

Ports can be configured as COM1,

 

 

COM2, COM3, COM4 or disable

 

 

individually. (16C550 equivalent)

IrDA port:

Support one IrDA Tx /Rx header

KB / Mouse connector:

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A 7(4 x 2-1) pin header support

 

PC/AT keyboard and PS/2 mouse.

USB connector:

Support four USB 1.1 ports

Battery:

Lithium battery for data retention

Watchdog timer:

Can generate a system reset.

Power Management: Support ATX or AT power supply.

Support power saving standby

modes.

Display

Support CRT and LCD simultaneous/Independent display

Chipset

VIA VT8606

Memory size:

Shared system memory up to 32 MB

Resolutions:

Up to 1600 X 1200 @ 16bpp for

 

CRT

Display Type:

Support 18 / 36 bit TTL / dual

 

channel LVDS TFT LCD. Can

 

display CRT and flat panel

 

simultaneously.

TV-Out Interface:

VIA 1621 support NTSC / PAL

 

composite outputs

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I/O

MIO:

IDE (UDMA33) x 1, FDD x 1, KB

 

+ Mouse x 1, RS-232 x 3,

 

RS-232/422/485 x 1, Parallel x 1

IrDA:

One IrDA Tx/Rx header

Audio:

VIA VT82C686B with AC-97 2.0

 

compliant audio codec VT1612

USB:

Two 5x2 pin headers support 4 USB

 

1.1 ports

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Chapter

2

Quick

Installation

Guide

Notice:

The Quick Installation Guide is derived from Chapter 2 of user manual. For other chapters and further installation instructions, please refer to the user manual CD-ROM that came with the product.

Part No. 2007689222 Printed in Taiwan

May 2005

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2.1 Safety Precautions

Always completely disconnect the power cord from your board whenever you are working on it. Do not make connections while the power is on, because a sudden rush of power can damage sensitive electronic components.

Always ground yourself to remove any static charge before touching the board. Modern electronic devices are very sensitive to static electric charges. Use a grounding wrist strap at all times. Place all electronic components on a static-dissipative surface or in a static-shielded bag when they are not in the chassis

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2.2 Location of Connectors and Jumpers

Component Side

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