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MVME760 Transition Module. The MVME760 module is used as the interface between host VMEmodules and various peripheral devices. A ribbon cable is used to connect the MVME760 Transition Module to the host VMEmodule.
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This manual provides general information, hardware preparation, installation instructions, and support information for the MVME760 Transition Module. The MVME760 module is used as the interface between host VMEmodules and various peripheral devices. A 64-pin ribbon cable (P/N 30-W2514B02, 17” length) connects the MVME760 Transition Module to the host VMEmodule.
Specifications Speciﬁcations The MVME760 module specifications are shown in Table 1-1. Table 1-1. MVME760 Speciﬁcations Characteristics Speciﬁcations Power Requirements + 5Vdc, 1A maximum (500 mA typical) +12Vdc, 100mA (w/o LAN transceiver) -12Vdc, 100mA I/O Port Connectors Serial Two EIA-232 async serial ports...
General Information FCC Compliance The MVME760 module was tested in an FCC-compliant chassis, and meets the requirements for Class A equipment. FCC compliance was achieved under the following conditions: 1. Shielded cables on all external I/O ports. 2. Cable shields connected to earth ground via metal shell connectors bonded to a conductive module front panel.
General Description Table 1-2. Module Type Identiﬁcation Model Module Part Number Number Type SIM705-001 EIA-232 DCE 01-W3876Bxx SIM705-002 EIA-232 DTE 01-W3877Bxx SIM705-003 EIA-530 DCE 01-W3878Bxx SIM705-004 EIA-530 DTE 01-W3879Bxx...
No preparation is necessary if Serial ports 3 and 4 are not used. However, to ensure full functionality of Serial Port 3 and Serial Port 4, the MVME760 Transition Module must be properly configured. Configuration is accomplished through jumper settings and SIM module population options.
Configuring Serial Ports 3 and 4 Conﬁguring Serial Ports 3 and 4 Headers J9 and J8 are used to configure Serial Port 3 and Serial Port 4, respectively. When the jumper is in position 1-2, the port is configured as a DTE. When the jumper is in position 2-3, the port is configured as a DCE.
Hardware Preparation and Installation Installation Instructions The basic procedure for installation of the MVME760 module is as follows: 1. Turn all equipment power OFF and disconnect the power cable from the AC power source. Connecting modules while the power is applied may result in damage to components on the module.
3Support Information Introduction This chapter provides the interconnection signals, parts lists, parts location illustrations, and schematic diagrams for the MVME760 Transition Module. The block diagram for the MVME760 Transition Module is shown in Figure 3-1.
Serial Ports 3 and 4 Serial Ports 3 and 4 Serial Ports 3 and 4 can be individually configured as EIA-232-D DCE, EIA-232-D DTE, EIA-530 DCE, or EIA-530 DTE by installing the appropriate Serial Interface Module. Figure 3-3 and Figure 3-4 show the configuration diagrams for Serial Ports 3 and 4 with the EIA-232 DCE and EIA-232 DTE Serial Interface Modules.
64-pin ribbon cable P/N is 30-W2514B02. Table 3-1 shows the interconnect signals. Note Row B is not populated. Power distribution and signaling are accomplished using rows A and C only. Table 3-1. Connector P2 Interconnect Signals (MVME760) Number Signal Mnemonic...
P2 Connector Table 3-1. Connector P2 Interconnect Signals (MVME760) (Continued) Number Signal Mnemonic Signal Name and Description SIGNAL GROUND PRSTB_ Refer to the IEEE P1284 D2.00 Standard PRACK_ Refer to the IEEE P1284 D2.00 Standard SIGNAL GROUND PRBSY Refer to the IEEE P1284 D2.00 Standard PRPE Refer to the IEEE P1284 D2.00 Standard...
Support Information Table 3-1. Connector P2 Interconnect Signals (MVME760) (Continued) Number Signal Mnemonic Signal Name and Description DTR1 DATA TERMINAL READY (serial port 1) - a signal from the terminal to the modem indicating that the terminal is ready to send or receive data.
P2 Connector Table 3-1. Connector P2 Interconnect Signals (MVME760) (Continued) Number Signal Mnemonic Signal Name and Description DTR2 DATA TERMINAL READY (serial port 2) - a signal from the terminal to the modem indicating that the terminal is ready to send or receive data.
Support Information Ethernet (AUI and 10BaseT) Connectors The MVME760 provides both AUI and 10BaseT interface via the front panel of the MVME760 transition module. The AUI interface and the 10BaseT interface are provided through a standard 2-row DB15 connector and an RJ45 connector respectively.
IEEE P1284 Parallel I/O Connector The parallel I/O connector is a standard IEEE P1284-C, 36-pin receptacle on the MVME760 front panel. The functionality of each signal depends on the mode of operation of this bi-directional Parallel Peripheral Interface. Refer to the IEEE P1284 D2.00 Standard for a complete description of each signal function.
COM1 and COM2 Connectors Two standard DB9 connectors located on the front panel of the MVME760 transition module provide the interface to the COM1 and COM2 serial ports. The pin assignments for these connectors are shown in Table 3-5. The COM1 and COM2 connector shields are tied to chassis ground.
Serial Port 3 Connectors Two connectors are provided for Serial Port 3: A 26-pin mini delta ribbon connector located on the front panel of the MVME760 transition module and a 26-pin ribbon-cable (3M-type) header located on the board itself. The pin assignments for these two connectors are shown in Table 3-6.
Support Information Pin Assignments for Serial Port 3 Connectors Table 3-6. Front-panel 3m-Type Connector Ribbon Connector Mated DB25 Mated DB26 Pin # Signal Name Pin # Signal Name Pin # Pin # No Connect No Connect TXD3 TXD3 RXD3 RXD3 RTS3 RTS3 CTS3...
Serial Port 4 Connector Serial Port 4 Connector A 26-pin ribbon-cable (3M-type) header provides the interface to Serial Port 4. Ribbon cable with mating connector can be used to interface to this header. The pin assignments for this connector are shown in the following table.
Parts lists are illustrated in Table 3-8. Parts locations are illustrated in Figure 3-7. Model Parts List Parts Location Drawing MVME760 Table 3-8 Figure 3-7 Table 3-8. MVME760 Module Parts List Reference Motorola Designation Part Number Description 84-W8000F01A Printed wiring board (MVME760)
Parts Lists and Locations Table 3-8. MVME760 Module Parts List (Continued) Reference Motorola Designation Part Number Description Capacitor, ﬁxed, 33 µF @15 Vdc 23NW9712A06 C44,47,51 21NW9711A11 Capacitor, ﬁxed, ceramic, 22pF 06NW9650A01 Polyswitch, 1.1A J1, 3 28NW9802H73 Connector, 9-pin plug J2, 7...
Support Information Table 3-8. MVME760 Module Parts List (Continued) Reference Motorola Designation Part Number Description U14, 15 51NW9637C20 I.C., MC74F257AD, 16-pin 64-W4478C01A Front Panel (MVME760-001) 30-W2514B02 17” length, 64-pin ribbon cable 3-22...
Support Information Schematic Drawings Schematic drawings for the MVME760 Transition Module are shown on the following pages. 3-24...
Index When using this index, keep in mind that a page number indicates only where referenced material begins. It may extend to the page or pages following the page referenced. Numerics 10BaseT Connector Pin Assignments I/O Ports IEEE P1284 Parallel I/O Connector 3-15 3-15 Installation Instructions...
Index Schematic Drawings 3-22, 3-24 Serial I/O Data Rate 3-20 Serial Interface Modules Serial Port 4 Connector 3-19 Serial Ports 3 and 4 Specifications Storage temperature Unpacking Instruction IN-2...