AmPro Tools Ampro ReadySystem 1U user manual

User manual for the device AmPro Tools Ampro ReadySystem 1U

Device: AmPro Tools Ampro ReadySystem 1U
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ReadySystem™ 1U
Users Guide
P/N 5001791A Revision B

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Notice Page NOTICE 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, magnetic, optical, chemical, manual, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of Ampro Computers, Incorporated. DISCLAIMER Ampro Computers, Incorporated makes no representations or warranties with respect to the contents of this manual or of the associated Ampro p

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Contents Chapter 1 Setting Up the ReadySystem 1U .................................................................................. 1 About the ReadySystem 1U............................................................................................................... 1 Using this Guide................................................................................................................................. 1 Requirements....................................................................

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Contents Figure 2-1. Removing Compact Flash Protective Cover ...................................................................8 Figure 2-2. Installing Compact Flash Card........................................................................................9 Figure 2-3. Removing ReadySystem Top Cover.............................................................................11 Figure 2-4. Removing USB Connectors .............................................................................

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Chapter 1 Setting Up the ReadySystem 1U About the ReadySystem 1U The ReadySystem™ products are intended for users of turn-key embedded systems, who prefer long lifecycle, configuration controlled computers over desktop grade systems with frequently changing motherboards. ReadySystem models feature the ReadyBoard single board computer (SBC), from the 400 MHz Intel Celeron® CPU to the Intel 1.4 GHz Pentium® M 738 CPU. The desired operating system (OS) is pre-loaded onto the internal 40 GB (or gr

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Chapter 1 Setting Up the ReadySystem 1U What’s in the Box The Contents List identifies items in the shipping container of the ReadySystem 1U QuickStart Kit. Production quantities of the ReadySystem 1U, except for the first of multiple boxes, may not contain all of the optional items listed for the QuickStart Kit, but all boxes will have the standard items such as the mounting hardware and the PS/2 Y-cable. The optional items, such as the power adapter, power cords, and rack mount kit may be shi

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Chapter 1 Setting Up the ReadySystem 1U Setting Up the Workspace CAUTION To prevent damage to the ReadySystem 1U, ensure there is sufficient clearance around the air vents for unrestricted airflow. The air temperature inside the enclosure could rise above the specified operating temperature limits if the airflow through the vents is restricted. 4) Select workbench • The workbench location should be a flat clean surface for setup and operation location (including the connection of any external

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Chapter 1 Setting Up the ReadySystem 1U Connecting the Peripherals • This includes the Y-cable for the PS/2 keyboard & mouse. 7) Connect the Y-cable and the respective Refer to Figure 1-3 and Table 1-1 for location and description of the peripheral cables/ connectors and controls. devices • Connect the PS/2 Keyboard & Mouse Y-cable assembly to the Keyboard/Mouse port on the ReadySystem 1U I/O Panel. See Figure 1-3. This cable assembly provides two connectors for the PS/2 Ke

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Chapter 1 Setting Up the ReadySystem 1U Table 1-1. I/O Panel Connectors, Controls, and Indicators Control/Connector Description Power Switch This momentary push button Power Switch controls DC power and has an internal 2-wire cable, 5-pin connector attached to the ReadyBoard. DC IN This 2-pin coaxial connector is connected to the internal DC regulator and accepts 12 VDC or 24 VDC +/- 5% from an AC-to-DC converter (Brick power supply) or a customer provided DC power supply with compatible cord.

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Chapter 1 Setting Up the ReadySystem 1U Applying Power to the ReadySystem 1U 8) Power up the • Connect the DC power adapter or customer supplied DC supply into DC IN jack ReadySystem 1U of ReadySystem 1U. See Figure 1-3. NOTE Power supplied to the unit must be within the allowed +12VDC +/- 5% or +24VDC +/-5%. Failure to provide proper power may damage the system and void the warranty. Turn Ring CW • Plug the CRT monitor’s power cord into an AC outlet, and turn on the monitor. See Fig

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Chapter 2 Installing ReadySystem 1U Options The procedures in this chapter describe how to install or remove the ReadySystem 1U supported options. This includes removing/installing the compact flash card and its cover, as well as removing the ReadyBoard model SBC from the ReadySystem 1U enclosure and removing/installing memory. NOTE The ReadyBoard 700 is used in these ReadyBoard examples, but you will need to refer to the specific documentation for your ReadyBoard model to locate and identify t

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Chapter 2 Installing ReadySystem 1U Options CAUTION To prevent damage to the ReadyBoard or the compact flash card, ensure you discharge yourself and follow good Electrostatic Discharge principals before touching components. The ReadyBoard and the compact flash card are sensitive to static electricity and easily can be damaged by improper handling. Do the following when handling either one: Always use an anti-static wrist/ankle strap and a grounding mat. Leave the compact flash in the anti-stati

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Chapter 2 Installing ReadySystem 1U Options 8. Push the compact flash card into the opening until it firmly seats into the socket and mates with the pins. See Figure 2-2. Lip or Catch Edge Pin-1 Keyed Indicator Slots (2) Figure 2-2. Installing Compact Flash Card 9. If your application or environment requires protection of the compact flash card, for security or EMI protection, you can re-install the protective cover over the compact flash card. See Figure 2-1. Reconnecting the protective cove

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Chapter 2 Installing ReadySystem 1U Options ReadySystem 1U Disassembly/Re-Assembly Accessing the bottom of the ReadyBoard, where the SODIMM memory is installed, requires removing the ReadyBoard from the ReadySystem 1U enclosure. The following procedures described how to remove and re-install the ReadyBoard into the ReadySystem 1U enclosure. NOTE Some of the cables or components, including the ReadyBoard, may not be shown in the following figures to simplify the figure and improve clarity. Tools

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Chapter 2 Installing ReadySystem 1U Options Remove Top Cover M3x0.5 Screws (6) Figure 2-3. Removing ReadySystem Top Cover 5. If necessary, remove or loosen the four screws holding the two USB cables (USB 2 & USB 3) to the enclosure I/O Panel. See Figure 2-4. You might be able to just loosen the two USB connectors (USB 2 & USB 3) to free the ReadyBoard from the enclosure because of the tight fit between the two USB connectors and the tops of the Ethernet ports. If not, y

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Chapter 2 Installing ReadySystem 1U Options 7. Disconnect all of the remaining cables from the ReadyBoard, before continuing. See Figures 2-4, 2-5, and 2-6. To remove the ReadyBoard from the enclosure with greater freedom, you may find it necessary to disconnect any cables between the +5 volt regulator and the internal parts of the ReadySystem. Refer also to the respective ReadyBoard QuickStart Guide for more cable removal information. 8. Remove all screws (8) holding the ReadyBoard to the encl

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Chapter 2 Installing ReadySystem 1U Options 2. Disconnect the coaxial power cable from the DC IN connector of the I/O panel. 3. Remove any of the six screws still holding the top cover to the ReadySystem. See Figure 2-3. 4. Slide the top cover to the rear and lift it up and away from the ReadySystem. Set aside the top cover for later re-installation. 5. If you have not made the necessary changes to the ReadyBoard, including changing the SODIMM, do so now before continuing. Once the ReadyBoard i

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Re dy r a Boa d LAN1 10° Angle Chapter 2 Installing ReadySystem 1U Options 7. Position the ReadyBoard near the eight standoffs on the enclosure base at about a 10° angle to the mounting surface. See Figures 2-7 and 2-8. 8. Insert the ReadyBoard and its LAN connectors just under the lip of the LAN port on the enclosure wall, behind the I/O panel. See Figure 2-7. 9. Slowly work the ReadyBoard into place, inserting the I/O connectors and LEDs into the respective openings on the I/O Panel. When yo

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Chapter 2 Installing ReadySystem 1U Options 10. Insert eight M30.5, 6mm screws with washers into the standoffs on the enclosure floor. See Figure 2-8. Connecting the Power Cables When connecting the cables, refer to the pin-1 designations shown in Figure 2-10. Pin-1 is shown as a black pin (round or square) at the connectors and jumpers, unless otherwise noted. If you desire more installation information than is provided in this guide refer to the ReadyBoard model QuickStart Guide or Referenc

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J17 J12 BT1 Chapter 2 Installing ReadySystem 1U Options Serial B (J3A/B) Serial B (J3) RS485 Termination TFT/LCD GPIO (J2) CPU Fan (J1) (COM3 & 4) (JP6, COM3 & 4) Clock (JP1) J1 U12 U1 Q11 Serial A J3 4 3 J2 J4 U2 1 (J5A/B) JP6 2 JP1 Power In (COM1 & 2) (J4) U32 LCD Voltage J5 U3 Setting (JP2) U4 Power-On Header (J6) LVDS (J7) J6 J26 D1 JP2 Y1 J7 CRT (J8) U5 (VGA) U6 J8 U33 LCD (J9) J13 J9 Ethernet 1 U7 (J10) U8 PC/104-Plus J10 (J12) J14 PC/104 (J13A/B Lithium Y2


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