Note: When connecting an
external VGA monitor,
ensure the system is
powered on first, before
connecting the monitor.
Super Video I/O Module
Super Video I/O Module (SVIO) is a double-board assembly that
occupies two PCI-E slots of the motherboard. This replaces the VIO
board in newer EPIQ models (software version 1.4)
SVIO Main Board
The SVIO main board is located in the upper PCI-E SVIO slot of the
motherboard. It receives +12 Vdc and +3.3 Vdc power supply voltages
through the PCI-E slot. Its functionality includes:
Provides the software-controllable frame grab function.
Receives a DisplayPort input signal from the motherboard at
1920 x 1080 resolution.
Generates these video signal outputs:
DisplayPort output for the main display at 1920 x 1080
DisplayPort output for additional Aux video format at 1920
x 1080 or 1024 x 768 resolution. The 1024 x 768 signal is a
subset of the image, called the region of interest (ROI).
The DisplayPort output supports the following user connected
User-connected DP-to-DVI adapters or dongles for
converting to DVI video signals.
User-connected DP-to-VGA adapter (Cable Matters
product ID102026, gold-plated, male-to-female cable
adapter) for connecting an external VGA monitor.
Automatic detection of an adapter or a dongle that is connected
to the system.
Automatic detection if a DisplayPort sink is connected.
The SVIO is detected by testing the response on the I
DVI or AUX for DisplayPort (after a HPD high-level signal indicates
that a connection has been made).
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