Motorola CompactPCI CPX2000 Series Installation And Reference Manual

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  • Page 1 (217) 352-9330 | Click HERE Find the Emerson / Motorola AP2-5400F at our website:...
  • Page 2 ® CompactPCI CPX2000 Series System Installation and Reference Guide CPX2108A/IH5 June 2005 Edition...
  • Page 3 © Copyright 2000, 2005 Motorola, Inc. All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America. Motorola and the stylized M logo are registered trademarks of Motorola, Inc. ® PowerPC and the PowerPC logo are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) ®...
  • Page 4 The safety precautions listed below represent warnings of certain dangers of which Motorola is aware. You, as the user of the product, should follow these warnings and all other safety precautions necessary for the safe operation of the equipment in your operating environment.
  • Page 5 Flammability All Motorola PWBs (printed wiring boards) are manufactured with a flammability rating of 94V-0 by UL-recognized manufacturers. EMI Caution Caution Caution This equipment generates, uses and can radiate electromagnetic energy. It may cause or be susceptible to electromagnetic interference (EMI) if not installed and used with adequate EMI protection.
  • Page 6 This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference, in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. Motorola products with the CE marking comply with the EMC Directive (89/336/EEC). Compliance with this directive implies conformity to the following European Norms: EN55022 “Limits and Methods of Measurement of Radio Interference Characteristics...
  • Page 7 Electronic versions of this material may be read online, downloaded for personal use, or referenced in another document as a URL to the Motorola Web site. The text itself may not be published commercially in print or electronic form, edited, translated, or otherwise...
  • Page 8 It is possible that this publication may contain reference to or information about Motorola products (machines and programs), programming, or services that are not available in your country. Such references or information must not be construed to mean that Motorola intends to announce such Motorola products, programming, or services in your country.
  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Summary of Changes ....................xviii CHAPTER 1 Introduction CPX2000 Series System Product Description ............1-1 Front and Rear Panel Features on the CPX2108 Chassis ........1-3 Front and Rear Panel Features on the CPX2208/CPX2208DC/CPX2208T/ CPX2208TDC Chassis ..................1-5 Front and Rear Panel Features on the CPX2408AC/2408DC/2408TAC/2408TDC Chassis ........................1-7 CHAPTER 2 Before Installing the CPX2000 Series Chassis...
  • Page 11 Grounding the CPX2000 Series Chassis ............3-7 Connecting the System ..................3-8 Turning on the AC System ................. 3-9 Installation Troubleshooting ..................3-10 Cleaning and Preventive Maintenance ............. 3-10 BIOS Error Reporting ..................3-10 System Cables for the CPX2000 Series Chassis ............. 3-12 CPX2108 Cables ....................
  • Page 12 Replacing the Fuse....................3-51 APPENDIX A System Specifications Specifications for the CPX2000 Series Chassis............A-1 APPENDIX B Connector Pin Assignments CompactPCI 32-Bit Pin Assignments for J1 ............B-2 CompactPCI 32-Bit Pin Assignments for J2 ............B-3 CompactPCI 64-Bit Pin Assignments for J1 ............B-4 CompactPCI 64-Bit Pin Assignments for J2 ............
  • Page 13 CPX2208TSK4 Starter Kit ................D-7 CPX2208TSK10 Starter Kit ................D-8 CPX2208TDCSK10 Starter Kit ................ D-8 CPX2408 System Starter Kits ................D-10 CPX2408ACSK20 Starter Kit................. D-10 CPX2408DCSK20................... D-11 CPX2408TACSK20 ..................D-11 CPX2408TDCSK20 ..................D-12 CPX2408TACSK50 ..................D-12 APPENDIX E Related Documentation...
  • Page 14 List of Figures Figure 1-1. Front Panel Features on the CPX2108 Chassis ........1-3 Figure 1-2. Rear Panel Features on the CPX2108 Chassis ........1-4 Figure 1-3. Front Panel Features on the CPX2208 Chassis........1-5 Figure 1-4. Rear Panel Features on the CPX2208 Chassis ........1-6 Figure 1-5.
  • Page 16 List of Tables Table 3-1. Chapter Organization ................3-1 Table 3-2. Guide for Troubleshooting CPX2000 Series Chassis Installation ..3-10 Table 3-3. AMIBIOS Error Reporting ..............3-10 Table 3-4. AMIBIOS Beep Codes for Fatal Errors on the System ......3-11 Table 3-5. AC Power Cords for the CPX2000 Systems ..........3-12 Table 3-6.
  • Page 18 About This Manual ® This CompactPCI CPX2000 Series System Installation and Reference Guide gives you general information and installation procedures for these CPX2000 Series systems and their field replaceable units. Model Number Description CPX2108 8-slot CompactPCI chassis with front I/O only, for rack or panel mounting, low-end to mid-range applications CPX2208 8-slot CompactPCI chassis with rear I/O, for rack or panel...
  • Page 19: Summary Of Changes

    Summary of Changes This table summarizes revisions to this manual. Date: Change: June 2005 added WEEE compliance statement June 2000 changed title of manual revised front matter added power supply removal and installation information for DC and AC/DC power supplies to Chapter 3, Installing the CPX2000 Series System and Field Replaceable Units removed monitor power connector from...
  • Page 20: Chapter 1 Introduction

    Chassis Serie CPX2000: procedures Installationsanleitung" Appendix D, information about and contents of the "CPX2108/2208/2408 Starter CPX2000 Series system starter kits Kits" Appendix E, "Related information about related Motorola Documentation" documents, other related documents and URLs for access to more information.
  • Page 21 We welcome and appreciate your comments on our documentation. We want to know what you think about our manuals and how we can make them better. Mail comments to: Motorola, Inc. Embedded Communications Computing Reader Comments DW278 2900 S. Diablo Way...
  • Page 22: Cpx2000 Series System Product Description

    1Introduction CPX2000 Series System Product Description CPX2000 Series systems consist of the: CPX2108 CPX2208 CPX2208T CPX2208TDC CPX2208DC CPX2408AC CPX2408DC CPX2408TAC CPX2408TDC The CPX2108 chassis is 19 inch rack, wall or benchtop mounted. The CPX2208 and CPX2408 chassis are 19 inch or 23 inch rack, wall or benchtop mounted.
  • Page 23 Introduction The CPX 2000 Series chassis are “hot swap enabled.” This means that the chassis can accommodate hot swap modules that conform to the PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group (PICMG) Hot Swap Specification. Refer to Appendix E, “Related Documentation” for information about how to access the PICMG Hot Swap Specification.
  • Page 24: Front And Rear Panel Features On The Cpx2108 Chassis

    CPV5000 Drive FLOPPY CPX2000 Series Removable Fan tray Label ON/OFF Fuse with Foam Filter Power Switch CPV5000 Single Power Switch Power Switch Board Computer Panel Panel Screws 2131 9804 (i) Figure 1-1. Front Panel Features on the CPX2108 Chassis http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature...
  • Page 25: Figure 1-2. Rear Panel Features On The Cpx2108 Chassis

    Introduction Rear panel features on the CPX2108 chassis (Figure 1-2) include: exhaust vent for the card cage removable rear panel exhaust vent for the drive bays power supply exhaust fan input power plug for the power supply Exhaust Vent Exhaust Vent for for Drive Bays the Card Cage Power Supply...
  • Page 26: Front And Rear Panel Features On The Cpx2208/Cpx2208Dc/Cpx2208T/Cpx2208Tdc Chassis

    Hard Disk Drive CD-ROM Drive CPX2000 Series Power Switch On/Off Fuse Removable Fan tray Power Switch MCP750 Panel Screws Panel with Foam Filter Power Switch Single-Board Computer 2248 9805 (i) Figure 1-3. Front Panel Features on the CPX2208 Chassis http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature...
  • Page 27: Figure 1-4. Rear Panel Features On The Cpx2208 Chassis

    Introduction Rear panel features on the CPX2208 chassis (Figure 1-4) include: rear transition module for the CPU Module blank filler panels exhaust vent for the drive bays power supply exhaust fan input power plug for the power supply Blank Filler Panels Transition Module Card Cage Transition Module...
  • Page 28: Front And Rear Panel Features On The Cpx2408Ac/2408Dc/2408Tac/2408Tdc Chassis

    Figure 1-6 shows a typical four drive bay configuration. The four bay configuration lets you mount both ac and dc power supplies. Note Install only floppy drives in the bottom drive bay in CPX2408/CPX2408T configurations. “hot swap” fan tray http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature...
  • Page 29 Introduction Drive Bay Panel 7 I/O Slots Drive Bay Panel Mounting Screws CD-ROM Drive 3.5" Floppy Drive Hard Disk Drives CPV5300 3.5" Floppy Drive (only) Security Door CPX2000 Series CPV5300 On/Off Single-Board Power Switch Removable Fantray 2500 9903 Computer Figure 1-5. Front Panel Features on the CPX2408 Chassis (AC Power Supplies only) Literature Center Web Site...
  • Page 30 Mounting Screws CD-ROM Drive Hard Disk Drives CPV5300 3.5" Floppy Drive Security Door Removable Fantray Single-Board On/Off with Foam Filter Computer Power Switch 2584 9908 Figure 1-6. Front Panel Features on the CPX2408 Chassis (AC and DC Power Supplies) http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature...
  • Page 31 Introduction Rear panel features on the CPX2408 chassis (Figure 1-7 Figure 1-8) include: exhaust vent for the drive bays rear transition module for the CPU module blank filler panels power supply exhaust fan input power plug power supply on/off switch Blank Filler Panels Exhaust Vent...
  • Page 32 Filler Panels Transition Module Exhaust Vent for Drive Bays Power on Input Power Supply Power Plug Exhaust Fan Power Supply Mounting Screws 2585 9908 Figure 1-8. Rear Panel Features on the CPX2408 Chassis (AC and DC Power Supplies) http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature 1-11...
  • Page 34: Introduction

    Following Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) and Safety Procedures Motorola recommends that you use an antistatic wrist strap and a Use ESD conductive foam pad when installing or upgrading the system. Electronic components such as disk drives, boards and memory modules can be extremely sensitive to ESD.
  • Page 35: Safety And Regulatory Compliance

    Do not operate the system with the covers removed. Safety and Regulatory Compliance The CompactPCI CPX2000 Series system complies with the safety and regulatory standards applicable to component-level equipment. It is possible, however, to use this product with other components that produce a system not in compliance with system guidelines.
  • Page 36: Preparing The Site For Installation

    To avoid personal injury or damage to the equipment, plan your installation so that (within the limitations of equipment and cabling) you: Caution evenly distribute the weight of the equipment in the rack mount the heaviest units towards the bottom of the rack http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature...
  • Page 37: Power Requirements

    Before Installing the CPX2000 Series Chassis Power Requirements Power for the rack system must come from a totally dedicated circuit breaker. Do not plug any other electrical device into an outlet connected to the circuit breaker serving the rack equipment. Note Data loss can occur if the circuit is overloaded and the circuit breaker trips.
  • Page 38: Power Circuit Protection

    (measured at the power panel bus) of five ohms or less between the bus bar and earth. The ground wire is the “third wire” type (not conduit ground). http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature...
  • Page 39: Power Cords

    Before Installing the CPX2000 Series Chassis Power Cords Motorola systems have detachable power cords that you can plug in at both the wall socket and the equipment. Place the chassis within six feet of the electric receptacle. Note Do not use extension cords.
  • Page 40: Units

    Install the cables under a raised floor if possible. Avoid tight pulls against sharp corners. To avoid the possibility of damage to equipment or components during cabling, unplug all other devices in the system before you begin with the installation of any additional Caution units. http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature...
  • Page 42: Introduction

    3Installing the CPX2000 Series System and Field Replaceable Units Introduction This chapter gives you information about installing a CPX2000 Series system. It also gives you information about removing and installing Field Replaceable Units (FRUs). Refer to Table 3-1 for information about how this chapter is organized.
  • Page 43: Following Electrostatic Discharge (Esd) And Safety Procedures

    Following Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) and Safety Procedures Motorola recommends that you use an antistatic wrist strap and a conductive foam pad when installing or upgrading the system. Electronic components such as disk drives, boards and memory modules can be extremely sensitive to ESD.
  • Page 44: Safety Considerations For Lithium Batteries

    Do not service or replace the lithium battery in the field. Contact your Motorola service representative to arrange for service or battery replacement. Caution If you must replace the lithium battery use these guidelines.
  • Page 45 Installing the CPX2000 Series System and Field Replaceable Units Lithium batteries incorporate flammable materials such as lithium and organic solvents. If lithium batteries are Warning mistreated or handled incorrectly, they may burst open and ignite. This can result in injury and/or fire. When dealing with lithium batteries, carefully follow the precautions listed below to prevent accidents.
  • Page 46 5. Note the battery polarity and press the new battery into the socket. Note No soldering is required when the battery is in the socket. 6. Recycle or dispose of the old battery according to local regulations and manufacturer’s instructions. http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature...
  • Page 47: Installing The Cpx2000 Series Chassis In A 19" Rack

    Installing the CPX2000 Series System and Field Replaceable Units Installing the CPX2000 Series Chassis in a 19” Rack This section gives you information about front mounting or mid-mounting the chassis in a 19-inch rack. The chassis ships with the mounting bracket in the front mount position.
  • Page 48: Cooling The Enclosure

    Mount the chassis with metal screws or bolts that give a good electrical connection between the screws or bolts and the mounting surface. Note Failure to observe proper grounding practices may cause a variety of noise, electrostatic discharge and RFI (Radio Frequency Interference) problems. http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature...
  • Page 49: Connecting The System

    Installing the CPX2000 Series System and Field Replaceable Units Connecting the System Use this procedure to connect your system. Before connecting the CPX2000 Series chassis to an AC/DC source, verify that the DC source has reinforced insulation acceptable to 250 Vrms. It should meet the requirements of Caution Telephone Network Voltage (TNV) or Safety Extra Low Voltage (SELV) voltages, and the following safety agency...
  • Page 50: Turning On The Ac System

    2. Move the rocker switch(es) on the front of the AC power supply(ies) to ON (I) (CPX2408 only). 3. Move the rocker switch on the front of the chassis (behind the security door) to ON (I). The system begins its normal start-up routine and is ready to use. http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature...
  • Page 51: Installation Troubleshooting

    Check the AC power cable and check the AC fuse. Cleaning and Preventive Maintenance Motorola computer systems require minimal maintenance and care to keep them operating properly. Once the installation is complete the most important part of system maintenance is to regularly clean filters and removable-media devices.
  • Page 52: Table 3-4. Amibios Beep Codes For Fatal Errors On The System

    CMOS RAM has failed Register Read/Write Error Cache Memory Bad - the cache memory test failed. Cache memory is Do Not Enable Cache disabled. Do not press <Ctrl> <Alt> <Shift> <+> to enable cache memory http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature 3-11...
  • Page 53: System Cables For The Cpx2000 Series Chassis

    Installing the CPX2000 Series System and Field Replaceable Units System Cables for the CPX2000 Series Chassis This section gives you information about the system cables shipped with your chassis. CPX2108 Cables Cable set (CPVCABLE) ships as part of CPX2000 Series starter kits. It includes: two - nine pin, serial port (COM1 and COM2) cables one - 25 pin, parallel port cable...
  • Page 54: Cpx2208 Cables

    Other parts shipped with your CPX2408 chassis include: four - rubber feet, adhesive backed for desktop chassis mounting eight - Phillips head screws for rack mounting the chassis AC power cord - Refer to Table 3-5 for AC power cord information. http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature 3-13...
  • Page 55: Removing And Installing A Cpu Module

    Installing the CPX2000 Series System and Field Replaceable Units Removing and Installing a CPU Module This section tells you how to remove CPU modules from your chassis and reinstall them. Upper Card Guide Injector/ Ejector Levers System (CPU) Slot Lower Card Guide (Red) 2184 9803 (i)
  • Page 56: Removing A Cpu Module

    3. Disconnect any cables attached to the front of the module. 4. Completely loosen the module’s captive screws. Refer to the figure on page 3-16. 5. Press the ejector levers outward at the same time to eject the module. http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature 3-15...
  • Page 57: Installing A Cpu Module

    Installing the CPX2000 Series System and Field Replaceable Units 6. Pull the module from the chassis. Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 2244 9805 (i) Installing a CPU module Use this procedure to install a CPU module into the chassis. 1.
  • Page 58: Removing And Installing "Hot Swap" I/O Modules

    Warning energy levels. You can remove “hot swap” I/O modules without removing power from the system. Refer to Appendix D, “Related Documentation” for information about the PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturer’s Group (PICMG) Hot Swap Specification. http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature 3-17...
  • Page 59: Removing A "Hot Swap" I/O Module

    Installing the CPX2000 Series System and Field Replaceable Units Note Make sure that your I/O module manufacturer identifies your I/O module as “hot swap” ready. Handling modules and peripherals can result in static damage. Use a grounded wrist strap, static-dissipating work surfaces and anti-static bags for component storage.
  • Page 60: Removing And Installing The Cpu Transition Module

    System may have multiple power supply cords. Disconnect all power supply cords before servicing. Warning 4. Remove the six screws from the rear panel covering the transition module cage (CPX2108 only). 5. Remove the panel (CPX2108 only). http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature 3-19...
  • Page 61 Installing the CPX2000 Series System and Field Replaceable Units Handling modules and peripherals can result in static damage. Use a grounded wrist strap, static-dissipating work surfaces and anti-static bags for component storage. Caution 6. Identify and remove any cables attached to the transition module. 7.
  • Page 62 Module 2502 9903 8. Reverse this procedure to install a module. When installing the transition module be careful to properly align the transition module connectors with the connector pins on the backplane to avoid bending the pins. Caution http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature 3-21...
  • Page 63: Removing And Installing The Cooling Fans

    Installing the CPX2000 Series System and Field Replaceable Units Removing and Installing the Cooling Fans This section tells you how to remove and replace the two cooling fans in the hot swap fan tray located beneath the module cage. You can remove the fan tray without turning off system power.
  • Page 64 4. Wait approximately 30 seconds for the fans to stop rotating. Do not catch fingers in the rotating fans as you slide the fan tray out and away from the chassis. Caution http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature 3-23...
  • Page 65: Tools You Need

    Installing the CPX2000 Series System and Field Replaceable Units 5. Reverse this procedure to install the fan tray. Do not let the chassis overheat when hot swapping the fan tray. Install the replacement unit immediately. Caution Removing and Installing the 3.5 Inch Floppy Drive, CD-ROM Drive or Hard Disk Drive This section tells you how to remove and replace a floppy drive, CD-ROM drive or hard disk drive through the front of the chassis.
  • Page 66 Removing and Installing the 3.5 Inch Floppy Drive, CD-ROM Drive or Hard Disk Drive 1. Remove the drive bay door by compressing the spring loaded hinge pin at the top corner of the door. Spring loaded Hinge Pin Hinge Pin (bottom of door) 2158 9804 (i) http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature 3-25...
  • Page 67 Installing the CPX2000 Series System and Field Replaceable Units 2. Remove the four screws on the left side of the drive bay panel. Drive Bay Panel Floppy Drive, CD-ROM and Mounting Screws Hard Disk Drive Panel 3.5" Floppy Drive CD-ROM Drive Hard Disk Drive...
  • Page 68 CD-ROM drive or hard disk drive to the chassis. Fastening Fastening Screws Screws 2135 9804 (2-2) (i) 5. At the rear of the chassis, remove the four screws securing the rear drive bay panel and set the panel aside. http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature 3-27...
  • Page 69 Installing the CPX2000 Series System and Field Replaceable Units 6. At the rear of the chassis disconnect the appropriate data cables and power cables from their connectors. Refer to: a. “CPX2000 Series SCSI Device Connections (CPV5000), Tape Drive Configuration”, (Figure 3-1) Figure 3-1.
  • Page 70: Figure 3-2. Cpx2000 Series Scsi Device Connections (Cpv5000) Floppy Drive Con

    Power Cable Floppy to SCSI Connector on Drive CPU Transition Module Floppy Disk Drive Power Cable CD-ROM Drive Hard Disk Drive Power Cable Hard Disk Drive Connector for 2nd and 3rd hard disk drive (if used) Terminator 2319 9807 http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature 3-29...
  • Page 71: Figure 3-3. Cpx2000 Series Scsi Device Connections (Mcp750) Floppy Drive Config

    Installing the CPX2000 Series System and Field Replaceable Units c. “CPX2000 Series SCSI Device Connections (MCP750), Floppy Drive Configuration”, (Figure 3-3) Figure 3-3. CPX2000 Series SCSI Device Connections (MCP750) Floppy Drive Configuration to Floppy Drive Connector on the CPU Transition Floppy Disk Drive Module Power Cable...
  • Page 72: Figure 3-4. Cpx2000 Series Scsi Device Connections (Mcp750) - No Floppy Drive

    Drive Configuration to the SCSI Connector on the Chassis Front Panel Open CD-ROM Power Cable CD-ROM Drive Hard Disk Drive Power Cable Hard Disk Drive Connector for 2nd and 3rd hard disk drive (if used) Terminator 2320 9807 http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature 3-31...
  • Page 73: Figure 3-5. Cpx2000 Series Ide Device Connections

    Installing the CPX2000 Series System and Field Replaceable Units e. “CPX2000 Series IDE Device Connections”, (Figure 3-5) Figure 3-5. CPX2000 Series IDE Device Connections Floppy Drive Floppy Disk Drive Power Cable to Floppy Drive Connector on the CPU Transition Module CD-ROM Drive CD-ROM Empty...
  • Page 74 10. Remove the four or six screws holding the drive in the carrier. 11. Remove the drive from the carrier 12. Reverse this procedure to install a drive back into the chassis. For the CD-ROM drive, use the following steps 13 through 15: http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature 3-33...
  • Page 75 Installing the CPX2000 Series System and Field Replaceable Units 13. Remove the four screws (4-40) holding the two drive rails (one on each side) to the sides of the CD-ROM case. Drive Rail Guides CD-ROM Drive Drive Rails 2159 9804 (i) 14.
  • Page 76: Removing And Installing The Power Supplies

    Use this procedure to remove or install a power supply. 1. Set the main power switch to OFF (O). 2. Set the power supply switch(es) to OFF (O) where necessary. Your system may have multiple power supply cords. Disconnect all power supply cords before servicing. Warning http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature 3-35...
  • Page 77 Installing the CPX2000 Series System and Field Replaceable Units 3. Disconnect the power cord(s) from the source to make sure that you remove power from the system. Handling modules and peripherals can result in static damage. Use a grounded wrist strap, static-dissipating work surfaces and anti-static bags for component storage.
  • Page 78 It is still connected by the exhaust fan wires. Exhaust Vent Exhaust Vent for for Drive Bays the Card Cage CPX2108/CPX2208 Chassis Rear Drive Bay Panel Power Supply Mounting Screws Power Supply Power Supply Power Supply Removable Back Panel Exhaust Fan Rear Panel 2132 9802 http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature 3-37...
  • Page 79 Installing the CPX2000 Series System and Field Replaceable Units 6. Remove the security door by compressing the spring loaded hinges at the top and bottom corners of the door. Spring loaded Hinge Pin CPX2108/CPX2208 Chassis Hinge Pin (bottom of door) 2158 9804 (i) 3-38 Literature Center Web Site...
  • Page 80 Drive CD-ROM Drive Hard Disk Drive FLOPPY CPX2000 Series 2135 9804 (1-2) (i) 8. Tip the left side of the panel outward and slip the four tabs out of the slots on the right side of the chassis. http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature 3-39...
  • Page 81 Installing the CPX2000 Series System and Field Replaceable Units 9. Remove the two screws holding the power switch panel in place. Power Supply 2136 9802 (i) Power Switch Panel Fuse Holder Power Switch 2136 9804 (i) 10. Lift up on the panel and slide the four tabs located along the lower edge of the panel, out of their slots in the chassis.
  • Page 82 13. Disconnect the top (black) wire from the fuse holder and set the power switch panel aside. 14. On the bottom of the chassis, remove the two screws securing the small cover panel and remove the cover panel (CPX2208 only). Refer to the figure on page 3-42. http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature 3-41...
  • Page 83 Installing the CPX2000 Series System and Field Replaceable Units 15. Unplug the five connectors from the backplane (CPX2208 only). Bottom Plate Mounting Holes CPX2208 bottom view Power Supply Cables and Connectors Backplane 2301 9807 16. Facing the front of the chassis, remove the two screws securing the power supply to the right side of the chassis.
  • Page 84: Removing And Installing Ac Power Supplies In The Cpx2408 System

    This section tells you how to remove/install an AC power supply in the CPX2408 system. If you need information about removing/installing an AC/DC power supply, refer to the section titled, “Removing and Replacing AC/DC Power Supplies in the CPX2408 System.” http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature 3-43...
  • Page 85 Installing the CPX2000 Series System and Field Replaceable Units 1. To remove a filler panel or power supply, press the Alarm Reset Button to the left of the top fan on the back of the chassis. CPX2408 Chassis Alarm Reset Button Mounting Screw Middle Mounting Screws...
  • Page 86: Removing And Replacing Ac/Dc Power Supplies In The Cpx2408 System3-45

    CPX2408 system. If you need information about removing/installing an AC power supply, refer to the section titled, “Removing and Replacing AC Power Supplies in the CPX2408 System.” 1. To remove a filler panel or AC/DC power supply, remove the mounting screws. http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature 3-45...
  • Page 87 Installing the CPX2000 Series System and Field Replaceable Units 2. Remove the filler panel or slide the supply out of the chassis using the power supply handle. CPX2408 Chassis Blank Filler Panels Transition Module Exhaust Vent for Drive Bays Power on Power Supply Input Exhaust Fan...
  • Page 88: Additional Ide Devices On Your Cpx2000 System

    Channel 1 on the CPU Transition Module CD-ROM master in a drive bay, connected to the secondary, Channel 2 on the CPU Transition Module floppy drive in a drive bay, connected to the floppy connector on the CPU Transition Module http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature 3-47...
  • Page 89: Configurations 12 And 14

    Installing the CPX2000 Series System and Field Replaceable Units Configurations 12 and 14 You can set additional IDE devices for any of the configurations shown in Table 3-6. To set devices for configurations 12 and 14; you must change the jumper settings on the factory installed master hard drive from Master only to Master Single with Slave.
  • Page 90: Table 3-6. Cpx2108/Cpx2208 Configurations For Additional Ide Devices

    Drive (Channel 1 - primary, Master) Drive bay IDE Hard Drive (Channel 1 - primary, Slave) Drive bay Floppy Drive Drive bay IDE Compact Disc Drive (Channel 2 - secondary, Master) 45mm Transition Module (CPX2108) 80mm Transition Module (CPX2208) http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature 3-49...
  • Page 91: Loading And Unloading Removable Drive Media

    Installing the CPX2000 Series System and Field Replaceable Units Loading and Unloading Removable Drive Media To load a floppy disk: 1. Turn ON system power. 2. Slide the floppy disk into the drive, label up and arrow forward. To eject a floppy disk: 1.
  • Page 92: Loading And Unloading A Cd-Rom Disc

    This section tells you how to remove and install the power switch panel fuse. Tools You Need You need a slotted head screwdriver. Replacing the Fuse To remove the power switch panel fuse: 1. Disconnect the power cord(s) and set the main power switch to OFF (O). http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature 3-51...
  • Page 93 Installing the CPX2000 Series System and Field Replaceable Units System may have multiple power supply cords. Disconnect all power supply cords before servicing. Warning 2. Set the power supply switch(es) to OFF (O) where necessary. 3. Insert a flat head screwdriver into the fuse cap. Refer to the figure on page 3-40 for the location of the fuse cap.
  • Page 94: Specifications For The Cpx2000 Series Chassis

    ASystem Specifications Specifications for the CPX2000 Series Chassis A CompactPCI CPX2000 Series system requires minimum maintenance and care to keep it operating properly. A proper environment for the system means placing the unit within the appropriate temperature, humidity and altitude ranges. For the best system performance keep environmental parameters as close as possible to the middle of these environmental ranges.
  • Page 95: Table A-1. Specifications For The Cpx2000 Series Chassis

    Specifications for the CPX2000 Series Chassis Table A-1. Specifications for the CPX2000 Series Chassis Specifications Description Chassis Dimensions CPX2108 Chassis: 17.3 inches wide (439 mm) 14 inches high (355.6 mm) 11.5 inches deep (292.1 mm) CPX2208/CPX2408 Chassis: 17.3 inches wide (439 mm) 14 inches high (355.6 mm) 14.375 inches deep (365.1 mm) Chassis Weight...
  • Page 96 º PS/2 style with MTBF 100,000 hours at 25 º Output: 400W @ 50 +5V, 50A -5V, 1.5A +3.3V, 30A +12V, 15A -12V, 1.5A Minimum load per power supply: +5V, 1.5A -5V, 0.0A +3.3V, 0.25A +12V, 0.25A -12V, 0.0A http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature...
  • Page 97 Specifications for the CPX2000 Series Chassis Table A-1. Specifications for the CPX2000 Series Chassis (Continued) Specifications Description Input Voltage CPX2108/CPX2208 AC/DC power supply 90 - 264 Vac auto-sensing, 48 - 63 Hz (fuse protected) 16 ms hold time for 5V at normal input voltage CPX2208 DC/DC power supply -32 Vdc to -72 Vdc input CPX2408 AC/DC power supply...
  • Page 98 ESD: Per IEC 801-2/3/4/5, Level 3 CPX2208 DC/DC power supply Safety: UL1950, 3rd edition and CSA certified to Standard 22.2 #950M95 with no D3 deviations. Flammability: For any plastic exposed to the user, UL 94-5V EMI: FCC Class B and EN 55022, Class B http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature...
  • Page 99 Specifications for the CPX2000 Series Chassis 17.3” (439 mm) CPX2000 Series 14" (355.6mm) FRONT VIEW FLOPPY (233.35mm) 4HP (Adapter Card Slot) 16HP (System CPU Slot) 17.3" (439 mm) REAR VIEW 14" (355.6mm) 11.5" (292.1mm) SIDE VIEW 14" (355.6mm) 2130 9802 Figure A-1.
  • Page 100 System Specifications 17.3" (439.7mm) FRONT VIEW 14" (355.6mm) CPX2000 Series 17.3" (439.7mm) 14" (355.6mm) REAR VIEW REAR VIEW 14.375" (365.8 mm) SIDE VIEW 14" (355.6mm) 2222 9805 Figure A-2. Dimensions for the CPX2208DC/CPX2408 Chassis http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature...
  • Page 102: Table B-1. Backplane Connector Pin Assignments

    BConnector Pin Assignments Refer to Table B-1 for information about pin assignments for CompactPCI backplane connectors. Table B-1. Backplane Connector Pin Assignments For CompactPCI: For: Refer to: 32-Bit Pin Assignments (J1) Table B-2 on page B-2 (J2) Table B-3 on page B-3 64-Bit Pin Assignments (J1) Table B-4 on page B-4...
  • Page 103: Compactpci 32-Bit Pin Assignments For J1

    CompactPCI 32-Bit Pin Assignments for J1 CompactPCI 32-Bit Pin Assignments for J1 Table B-2. CompactPCI 32-Bit Pin Assignments for J1 Pin # REQ64# ENUM# 3.3V AD[1] V(I/O) AD[0] ACK64# 3.3V AD[4] AD[3] AD[2] AD[7] 3.3V AD[6] AD[5] 3.3V AD[9] AD[8] M66EN C/BE[0]# AD[12]...
  • Page 104: Compactpci 32-Bit Pin Assignments For J2

    BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) BP(I/O) http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature...
  • Page 105: Compactpci 64-Bit Pin Assignments For J1

    CompactPCI 64-Bit Pin Assignments for J1 CompactPCI 64-Bit Pin Assignments for J1 Table B-4. CompactPCI 64-Bit Pin Assignments for J1 Pin # REQ64# ENUM# 3.3V AD[1] V(I/O) AD[0] ACK64# 3.3V AD[4] AD[3] AD[2] AD[7] 3.3V AD[6] AD[5] 3.3V AD[9] AD[8] M66EN C/BE[0]# AD[12]...
  • Page 106: Compactpci 64-Bit Pin Assignments For J2

    AD[47] AD[46] AD[52] V(I/O) AD[51] AD[50] AD[56] AD[55] AD[54] AD[53] AD[59] V(I/O) AD[58] AD[57] AD[63] AD[62] AD[61] AD[60] C/BE[5]# V(I/O) C/BE[4]# PAR64 V(I/O) BRSVP2B4 C/BE[7]# C/BE[6]# CLK4 GNT3# REQ4# GNT4# CLK2 CLK3 SYSEN# GNT2# REQ3# CLK1 REQ1# GNT1# REQ2# http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature...
  • Page 107: Backplane Connector Pin Assignments For J4

    Backplane Connector Pin Assignments for J4 Backplane Connector Pin Assignments for J4 Table B-6. Backplane Connector Pin Assignments (J4) Pin # LANB RD- LANB RD+ LANB TD- reserved DASP- CS3- CS1- IOCS16- INTRQ DMACK- LANB TD+ IORDY DIOR- DIOW- DMARQ PDIAG- GND DD15 DD14...
  • Page 108: Backplane Connector Pin Assignments For J5

    DSR(2) RXD(2) DCD(2) DSKCHG- HDSEL- RDATA- WPROT- TR0- WGATE- WDATA- STEP- DIR- MTR1- DS0- DS1- MTR0 INDEX DRVDENS1 GND DRVDENS0 DASP- CS3- CS1- PDIAG- IOCS16- DIOR- DMACK- DIOW- IORDY DMARQ INTRQ DD15 DD14 DD13 DD12 DD11 DD10 DRESET- RESET- http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature...
  • Page 110: Empfangen Und Auspacken Des Systems

    Teilen. Sollte die Teileliste nicht mit den erhaltenen Teilen übereinstimmen, benachrichtigen Sie unverzüglich den Lieferungsagenten und Motorola. Alle mit dem System bestellten Optionen sind werkseitig installiert und nicht separat auf der Teileliste aufgelistet. Bewahren Sie die Versandkartons auf, um sie ggf. wiederverwenden zu können.
  • Page 111: Ese- Und Sicherheitsmaßnahmen

    Stellen Sie das System in einem Bereich auf, an dem es Hitze, Staub, Rauch und elektrostatischer Entladung (ESE) nicht ausgesetzt ist. ESE- und Sicherheitsmaßnahmen Motorola empfiehlt, bei den Installations- oder Aufrüstarbeiten am System ESE-Anti- ein Antistatikband und eine ableitende Schaumstoffunterlage zu statikband verwenden.
  • Page 112: Sicherheits- Und Betriebsbestimmungen

    Produkt mit anderen Einzelteilen zusammen zu verwenden, die ein System ergeben, welches nicht den Systemrichtlinien entspricht. Da Motorola nicht voraussehen kann, welche Geräte mit diesem Gehäuse verwendet werden oder wie dieses Gehäuse verwendet wird, ist der Systemintegrator und Installateur völlig dafür verantwortlich, daß...
  • Page 113: Vorsichtshinweise Zur Lithium-Batterie

    Bitte nehmen Sie vor Ort keine Wartung bzw. Austausch der Lithium- Batterie selber vor. Um die Batterie sachgemäß warten oder auswechseln Vorsicht zu lassen, setzen Sie sich mit Ihrem Motorola-Servicevertreter in Verbindung. Betriebsumgebung Bei der Installation des Systems in einer bestimmten Betriebsumgebung sollten die technischen Daten zur Betriebsumgebung der Systemkomponenten beachtet werden.
  • Page 114: Kühlen Des Gehäuses

    Installation in ein 19-Zoll-Rack Befestigen Sie das Chassis nicht oben am Rack. Ein kopflastiges Rack kann Umkippen und Geräte beschädigen sowie Personal verletzen. Vorsicht Um Verletzungen von Personen oder Beschädigungen der Geräte zu vermeiden sollten folgende Schritte von zwei Personen ausgeführt werden, http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature...
  • Page 115: Anschließen Des Systems

    CompactPCI-Chassis Series Installationsanleitung 1. Schieben Sie das Chassis vorne in das Rack. 2. Befestigen Sie das Chassis mit acht Kreuzschlitzschrauben. Anschließen des Systems 1. Stellen Sie sicher, daß der Netzschalter ( ) an der Rückseite EIN/AUS des Chassis auf (O) gestellt ist. 2.
  • Page 116: Einschalten Des Netzstroms

    Um den Netzstrom einzuschalten: 1. Bewegen Sie den Kippschalter an der Vorderseite des Gleichstromnetzteils in die Position (I). (Gilt nur für CPX2208DC.) 2. Bewegen Sie den/die Kippschalter an der Vorderseite des/der Wechselstromnetzteils in die Position (I). (Gilt nur für CPX2408.) http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature...
  • Page 117 CompactPCI-Chassis Series Installationsanleitung 3. Bewegen Sie den Kippschalter an der Vorderseite des Chassis (hinter dem Sichetheitsdeckel befindlich) in die Position (I). Die normale Startroutine des Systems beginnt, und das System ist einsatzbereit. Literature Center Web Site...
  • Page 118: Table D-1. Cpx2000 Series System Starter Kits

    DCPX2108/2208/2408 Starter Kits This appendix gives you information about these CPX2000 Series system starter kits (Table D-1): Table D-1. CPX2000 Series System Starter Kits For information about this kit: Go to page: CPX2108SK1 CPX2108SK2 CPX2208SK2-A CPX2208SK3 CPX2208SK10 CPX2208DCSK10 CPX2208TSK2 CPX2208TSK4 CPX2208TSK10 CPX2208TDCSK10 CPX2408ACSK20...
  • Page 119: Cpx2108 System Starter Kits

    CPX2108 System Starter Kits CPX2108 System Starter Kits The CPX2108 system starter kits include: CPX2108SK1 CPX2108SK2 The CPX2108 system starter kits include the CPX2108 System Assembly. This assembly is an 8-slot CompactPCI Chassis with a “hot swap” backplane and 400W power supply. The CPX2108 is also available in separate “a la carte”...
  • Page 120: Cpx2108Sk2 Starter Kit

    (bay mounted) (CPXFLOPPY-F) 6GB IDE hard disk drive (bay mounted) (CPXEIDE6GHD-F) 40 IDE CDROM drive (CPXEIDECDROM-F) I/O 45mm Transition Module (CPV5000TM45-F) 32MB EDO DRAM (2 16MB SIMM’S)(MEME032-F) Windows NT 4.0 Workstation Version (NT-WS4) cable set (CPVCABLE) http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature...
  • Page 121: Cpx2208 System Starter Kits

    CPX2208 System Starter Kits CPX2208 System Starter Kits The CPX2208 system starter kits include: CPX2208SK2-A CPX2208SK3 CPX2208SK10 CPX2208DCSK10 CPX2208TSK2 CPX2208TSK4 CPX2208TSK10 CPX2208TDCSK10 They include the CPX2208 assembly for that system. This assembly is an 8-slot CompactPCI chassis with a hot swap backplane, 400W AC or DC power supply and rear I/O.
  • Page 122: Cpx2208Sk3 Starter Kit

    IDE cables (one for disk and one for CD-ROM) (CPXCABLEIDE1-F) CPX2208SK10 Starter Kit The CPX 2208SK10 Starter Kit includes the: CPX2208 CompactPCI Chassis 266 MHz Pentium II CPV5300 Single Board Computer (CPv5300S-266-F) CPV5300 Transition Module, 80mm (CPV5300TM80-F) http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature...
  • Page 123: Cpx2208Dcsk10 Starter Kit

    CPX2208 System Starter Kits 40x IDE CD-ROM - bay mounted (CPXEIDECDROM-F) 1.44 MB, 3.5 inch floppy drive with cable, bay-mounted (CPXFLOPPY-F) 6GB EIDE hard drive - bay mounted (CPXEIDE6GHD-F) 64 MB SDRAM DIMM (CPXMEMSD-064-F) Windows NT 4.0 Workstation Version (NT-WS4) two internal IDE cables (one for disk and one for CD-ROM) (CPXCABLEIDE1-F) CPX2208DCSK10 Starter Kit...
  • Page 124: Cpx2208Tsk2 Starter Kit

    233MHz MCP750 PowerPC Processor with a 32Mb Memory Mezzanine Card (MPC750-1232A-F) MCP750 rear transition module (TMCP700-001-F) 40x IDE CD-ROM - bay mounted (CPXEIDECDROM-F) 1.44 MB, 3.5 inch floppy drive with cable, bay mounted (CPXFLOPPY-F) 6GB EIDE hard drive - bay mounted (CPXEIDE6GHD-F) http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature...
  • Page 125: Cpx2208Tsk10 Starter Kit

    CPX2208 System Starter Kits CPX2208TSK10 Starter Kit The CPX2208TSK10 Starter Kit includes the: CPX2208T CompactPCI Chassis with H.110 Telephony Backplane 266MHz Pentium II CPV5300 Single Board Computer (CPV5300S-266-F) 64 MB SDRAM DIMM (CPXMEMSD-064-F) 1.44 MB, 3.5 inch floppy drive with cable, bay mounted (CPXFLOPPY-F) 6GB EIDE hard drive - bay mounted (CPXEIDE6GHD-F) 40x IDE CD-ROM - bay mounted (CPXEIDECDROM-F)
  • Page 126 CPX2108/2208/2408 Starter Kits CPV5300 Transition Module, 80mm (CPV5300TM80-F) Windows NT 4.0 Workstation Version (NT-WS4) two internal IDE cables (one for disk and one for CD-ROM) (CPXCABLEIDE1-F) http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature...
  • Page 127: Cpx2408 System Starter Kits

    CPX2408 System Starter Kits CPX2408 System Starter Kits The CPX2408 system starter kits include: CPX2408ACSK20 CPX2408DCSK20 CPX2408TACSK20 CPX2408TDCSK20 CPX2408TACSK50 The CPX2408 system starter kits include the CPX2408 System Assembly. This assembly is an 8-slot CompactPCI chassis with a “hot swap” backplane and 400W power supply.
  • Page 128: Cpx2408Dcsk20

    333MHz Pentium II CPV5300B Single Board Computer (CPV5300B-333-F) 64 MB SDRAM DIMM (CPXMEMSD-064-F) 1.44 MB, 3.5 inch floppy drive with cable, bay mounted (CPXFLOPPY-F) 6GB EIDE hard disk drive, bay mounted (CPXEIDE6GB-F) 40x CD-ROM drive, bay mounted (CPXEIDECDROM-F) CPV5300 Transition Module, 80mm (CPV5300TM80-F) http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature D-11...
  • Page 129: Cpx2408Tdcsk20

    CPX2408 System Starter Kits CPX2408TDCSK20 The CPX2408TDCSK20 Starter Kit includes the: CPX2408TDC CompactPCI Chassis with H.110 Telephony Backplane 333MHz Pentium II CPV5300B Single Board Computer (CPV5300B-333-F) 64 MB SDRAM DIMM (CPXMEMSD-064-F) 1.44 MB, 3.5 inch floppy drive with cable, bay mounted (CPXFLOPPY-F) 6GB EIDE hard disk drive, bay mounted (CPXEIDE6GB-F) 40x CD-ROM drive, bay mounted (CPXEIDECDROM-F)
  • Page 130: Table E-1. Embedded Communications Computing Documents

    ERelated Documentation Embedded Communications Computing Documents The Motorola publications listed below are referenced in this manual. You can obtain electronic copies of Motorola publications by: Contacting your local Motorola sales office Visiting the Embedded Communications Computing World Wide Web literature site, http://www.motorola.com/computer/literature.
  • Page 131 Table E-1. Embedded Communications Computing Documents (Continued) Document Title Motorola Publication PPCBug Firmware Package User’s Manual, Part 2 of 2 PPCBUGA2/UMx PPCBug Diagnostics Manual PPCDIAA/UMx American Megatrends, Inc. BIOS (AMIBIOS) http://www.mcg.mot.com/ literature http://www.amibios.com (for AMIBIOS technical support information and documentation) PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturer’s Group (PICMG) Hot...
  • Page 132 Index Numerics CD-ROM installation 3-24 19 inch rack installation loading 3-51 32-bit pin assignments removal 3-24 unloading 3-51 CD-ROM drive 64-bit pin assignments removal 3-34 chassis dimensions A-2, chassis grounding 8042 - Gate A20 failure error 3-11 chassis installation chassis weight AC power cords 3-12 checksum error...
  • Page 133 Index CORDUK 3-12 environmental considerations CORDUS 3-12 environmental specifications CPU module error messages 3-11 installing 3-16 error reporting 3-10 removing 3-15 ESD 2-1, CPU slot ESD procedures 2-1, CPU Transition Module removing 3-19 Vorsichtsmaßnahmen replacement 3-19 CPV5000 CompactPCI Single Board Com- fan tray puter Installation and Reference installation...
  • Page 134 removal 3-24 media 3-50 replacement 3-24 memory failure 3-11 hot swap modules module installation 3-14 installing 3-17 removing 3-17 on/off switch humidity output power supply I/O slots IDE devices 3-47 parity error 3-11 input voltage pass through cable 3-13 installation PICMG Hot Swap Specification German xix, pin assignments...
  • Page 135 Index removable media care 3-50 vibration removing a drive 3-24 removing a module 3-14 removing a transition module 3-19 weight removing the drive bay door 3-25 weight distribution removing the fan tray 3-22 replacing the fuse 3-51 ROM checksum error 3-11 safety 2-1, safety procedures...

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