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LIBRA 120 III (PC620)
(MB: PC620, System Chipset: Intel 815E)
12.1" TFT Intel
Celeron/Pentium
User's Manual
LIBRA w media reader bezel
www.pdffactory.com
Socket 370
®
III Mini Kiosk
®
(Version 2503)
LIBRA w printer bezel

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  • Page 1 PDF created with pdfFactory trial version LIBRA 120 III (PC620) (MB: PC620, System Chipset: Intel 815E) 12.1” TFT Intel Socket 370 ® Celeron/Pentium III Mini Kiosk ® User’s Manual (Version 2503) LIBRA w media reader bezel www.pdffactory.com LIBRA w printer bezel...
  • Page 2: Copyright Notice

    Copyright Notice This document is copyrighted 2005 by the Manufacturer. The information provided in this document has been carefully checked and is accurate at the time of publication. However, the Manufacturer assumes no responsibility for any infringements of patents or other rights of third parties that may result from its use.
  • Page 3 Unpacking After unpacking the LIBRA III carton, check and see if the following items are included and in good condition. Make sure that all of the items listed above are present. If any of the above items is missing, contact your dealer immediately.
  • Page 4 Important Safety Precautions Before getting started, read these instructions and save them for later reference. PDF created with pdfFactory trial version Turn off the computer before cleaning. Clean with a damp or dry cloth only. Do not spray any liquid cleaner on screen directly.
  • Page 5 10. The openings on the computer cabinet are for the cabin 11. The brightness of the flat panel display will decrease 12. If the computer is equipped with a touch panel, avoid 13. The LCD panel display is not subject to shock or PDF created with pdfFactory trial version ventilation to prevent the computer from overheating.
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents 1. INTRODUCTION... 1-1 1.1. 1.2. 1.3. 2. USING THE SYSTEM ... 2-7 2.1. 2.2. 3. HARDWARE INSTALLATION AND UPGRADE . 3-19 3.1. 3.2. PDF created with pdfFactory trial version ...1-2 ENERAL NFORMATION OVERS IN THIS ANUAL ...1-4 PECIFICATIONS ...2-8 DENTIFYING THE...
  • Page 7 3.3. 4. SYSTEM MOTHERBOARD & I/O BOARD ... 4-47 4.1. 4.2. PDF created with pdfFactory trial version 3.2.5. Kiosk Cabinet Integration ... 3-40 3.2.5.1. LIBRA with printer bezel integration .. 3-40 3.2.5.2. LIBRA with Media reader bezel integration 3-43 ... 3-45 IOSK NTEGRATION LIBRA M...
  • Page 8 5. AWARD BIOS SETUP ... 5-75 5.1. 5.2. 5.3. 5.4. PDF created with pdfFactory trial version 4.2.1.1. Jumper Setting & Connectors ... 4-67 4.2.1.2. Jumpers & Jumper Setting ... 4-67 4.2.1.3. CN4: EXT. Connector ... 4-67 4.2.2. IO Board-IO006 ... 4-68 4.2.2.1.1.Jumpers &...
  • Page 9 6. SOFTWARE & DRIVERS INSTALLATION ... 6-103 6.1. 6.2. 6.3. 6.4. 6.5. 6.6. 6.7. 6.8. PPENDIX A: LCD S B: DIO (D C: D D: S E: W F: F G: P H: 8- I: T PDF created with pdfFactory trial version 5.4.13.
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  • Page 11: Introduction

    LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version User Manual version 2503 1. I NTRODUCTION This chapter provides background information and detail specification on the LIBRA III. Sections in this chapter include: General Information What covers in this Manual Specification www.pdffactory.com...
  • Page 12: General Information

    User Manual version 2503 1.1. General Information The information revolution that started from the mid ’90 inaugurated a new competitive era where consumer- computing technology was exploited to business operation quicker than ever before. Many enterprises from our life related industries such as POS, POI, Kiosk, Banking, Medical to the high-tech Telecom, Aerospace, Semiconductor …...
  • Page 13: What Covers In This Manual

    1.2. What Covers in this Manual This handbook contains most information you need to set up and use the LIBRA IV system. allowed to open the system for read everything in this handbook to use the system. Chapter 1 (the current chapter) provides background Chapter 2 identifies the LIBRA system exterior components Chapter 3 helps you to recognize the LIBRA system internal Chapter 4 provides detail information of the jumper settings...
  • Page 14: Specifications

    User Manual version 2503 1.3. Specifications LIBRA III: 12.1” TFT Intel Display Module Panel PC PDF created with pdfFactory trial version ® Socket 370 Celeron Mini Kiosk 12.1” color TFT, 800*600 ² Luminance (cd/m2): 150 or above ² Simultaneous mode: yes ²...
  • Page 15 LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version Display Novatek NT68521 scaler ² LVDS/24 bit TTL LCD Interface via jumper setting ² Integrated 2D/3D graphics engine, 4X AGP ² Share system memory architecture able to utilize ²...
  • Page 16 User Manual version 2503 PERIPHERAL DEVICES (optional) MECHANICAL & ENVIRONMENTAL Construction: heavy-duty steel Dimension: 350 x 365 x 295 mm (W*H*D) § PDF created with pdfFactory trial version Hardware Monitor Monitoring processor & system ² Monitoring 5VSB, VBAT, 1.5V, 3.3V, +5V, +12V, -12V, ²...
  • Page 17: Using The System

    LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version User Manual version 2503 2. U SING THE YSTEM Identifying the LIBRA Kiosk System setup for the first-time use www.pdffactory.com...
  • Page 18: Identifying The System

    User Manual version 2503 2.1. Identifying the System The LIBRA Kiosk features with changeable front bezel design able to accommodate different peripherals to fit into specific business requirements. It has two standard front bezel options; one is LIBRA with printer bezel to accommodate an Epson open-framed thermal receipt printer as illustrated in Fig.
  • Page 19: Front View

    2.1.1. Front View When the LIBRA with printer bezel is put upright on the desktop, its front view appears as below. Acrylic bezel Slim CD-ROM Thermal printer LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version User Manual version 2503 2-1: LIBRA IGURE RINTER...
  • Page 20 User Manual version 2503 When the LIBRA with media card reader bezel is put upright on the desktop, its front view appears as below. Acrylic bezel IGURE 2-10 PDF created with pdfFactory trial version Slim CD-ROM 2-2: LIBRA W MEDIA CARD READER LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) www.pdffactory.com 12.1”...
  • Page 21: Side Views

    2.1.2. Side Views The left side of the LIBRA appears as below: Speaker*2 LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version USB*2 2-3: S IGURE www.pdffactory.com User Manual version 2503 Cooling fan Rubber feet*4 2-11...
  • Page 22: Dimension

    User Manual version 2503 2.1.3. Dimension The mini Kiosk cabinet size is shown below. 294.74 2-4: D IGURE IMENSION RAWING 2-12 LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version www.pdffactory.com...
  • Page 23: Wall Mounting

    User Manual version 2503 2.1.4. Wall Mounting At the rear side of the cabinet, there are four avocado-shape holes reserved for system’s wall mounting. The following figure illustrates the distance between the avocado holes. 2-5: IGURE WALL MOUNT RAWING 2-13 LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version www.pdffactory.com...
  • Page 24: Panel Pc I/O Outlets

    User Manual version 2503 2.1.5. Panel PC I/O Outlets When you open the security door or lift the display module upwards, you will find the power switch and all the I/O ports of the panel PC are located at upper side of the Kiosk. The following figure illustrates the LIBRA’s I/O arrangement.
  • Page 25: System Setup For The First-Time Use

    2.2. System Setup for the First-time Use To set up the LIBRA system for the first-time use, you should have the following items ready. The items are either in the accessory box or available in any computer stores. 2.2.1. Installation Procedures The LIBRA system can be powered by an AC electrical outlet (115~230V/4A cord (110V or 220V) for connection.
  • Page 26: Running The Bios Setup

    User Manual version 2503 2.2.2. Running the BIOS Setup If you are a commercial user, the LIBRA system should have been properly set up and configured by your dealer. You may still find it necessary to change the system configuration information.
  • Page 27: Operating System And Driver Installation

    2.2.3. Operating System and Driver Installation The LIBRA III system is not equipped with an operating system when delivered from the original manufacturer. If you are a commercial user, the system is likely to have been pre-installed proper operating system and software drivers by your dealer or system integrator.
  • Page 28 User Manual version 2503 3-18 LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version www.pdffactory.com...
  • Page 29 LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version User Manual version 2503 HARDWARE INSTALLATION AND UPGRADE This chapter overviews the installation of the LIBRA III’s internal components and devices. Sections include: Panel PC assembly Display assembly Peripheral assembly Kiosk cabinet assembly www.pdffactory.com...
  • Page 30 User Manual version 2503 The LIBRA Kiosk has two standard front bezels; one for thermal receipt printer and the other for media card reader. Due to Kiosk cabinet space limitation, the standard LIBRA cabinet can only accommodate either a receipt printer or a media card reader.
  • Page 31 User Manual version 2503 When the Kiosk unit is accommodated with media reader, it is mainly composed of 2 major modules, one panel PC module and the other Kiosk cabinet module. The panel PC module with media card reader bezel is made of four individual modules: 1.
  • Page 32: Panel Pc Assembly

    User Manual version 2503 3.1. Panel PC Assembly The LIBRA’s panel PC is composed of several modules including a touchcreen module, LCD module, motherboard module, I/O module and door module. 3.1.1. Touchscreen Module The following steps illustrate the ways to integrate the touchscreen module.
  • Page 33: Lcd Module Assembly

    3.1.2. LCD Module Assembly The following steps illustrate the sequences to assemble the LCD module. Refer to Fig. 3-2. LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version User Manual version 2503 Attach the insulator to the invertor (A). Retain the invertor to the LCD holder (C) with two PMS M3*6 screws.
  • Page 34 User Manual version 2503 After finishing the LCD module assembly, the module is to be integrated to the touchscreen module to make a complete display module. If you reverse the complete display module at this time, you will see three cables, LCD cable, invertor cable and touchscreen flat cable come out from the rear-side opening (D) of the LCD holder.
  • Page 35: Mb & Touch Controller Assembly

    3.1.3. MB & Touch Controller Assembly 3.1.3.1. The LIBRA III’s motherboard, PC620 can adapt Socket 370 Intel increase the system performance. The motherboard provides one 370-pin ZIF socket (Socket 370). The CPU must come with a CPU fan with a heat sink on to avoid overheating.
  • Page 36: Installing The Sdram Memory Module3-26

    User Manual version 2503 3.1.3.2. Installing the SDRAM Memory Module The panel PC’s control board provides 2 x 168-pin DIMM socket, able to support SDRAM memory from 32MB up to 512MB. To install the memory module, follow the instructions below. The system is able to auto detect the new memory size and there is no need to change the system configuration after installation.
  • Page 37: Mb & Touch Controller Assembly

    3.1.3.3. MB & Touch Controller Assembly Refer to Fig. 3-4. Follow the steps below to assemble the motherboard to the system chassis. Make sure the CPU with cooling fan and SDRAM are already properly installed to the motherboard before the motherboard is attached to the display metal plate.
  • Page 38 User Manual version 2503 After integrating the motherboard and touchscreen controller to the reverse side of the display module, all the cable connection needs to be done. There are three cables, touchscreen flat cable, LCD cable and invertor cable coming out from the rear-side opening of the LCD holder.
  • Page 39: I/O Module Assembly

    3.1.3.4. I/O Module Assembly Refer to Figure 3-5. 1. Attach the IO-005 (A) I/O board to the I/O bracket (C) 2. Attach the IO-006 I/O board (B) to the I/O bracket and fix 3. Link the two IO boards together by plug one end of the 4.
  • Page 40: Security Door Module Assembly

    User Manual version 2503 3.1.3.5. Security Door Module Assembly The security door module is to be integrated to the top of Kiosk cabinet to prevent the system I/O ports from unauthorized access. By opening the door, the thermal printer status can also be monitored. 1.
  • Page 41: Cd-Rom Module Assembly

    3.1.3.6. CD-ROM Module Assembly The LIBRA Kiosk provides enough space to accommodate a slim CD-ROM or an equivalent device. If a thermal receipt printer is integrated with the Kiosk, due to space limitation, the slim CD-ROM device is to be installed in the panel PC chassis as illustrated in Fig.
  • Page 42: Panel Pc Module Assembly

    User Manual version 2503 3.1.4. Panel PC Module Assembly The panel PC’s individual modules are now ready to be integrated to a complete panel PC module. Refer to Fig. 3-8. 1. Install the two speakers (B) to the chassis (C) with two 2.
  • Page 43 8. Connect the other end of the power switch wire form the 9. Fix the service door plate (E) to the chassis with four M3 LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version I/O module to the 2-pin POWER ON motherboard nuts.
  • Page 44: Kiosk Cabinet & Peripheral Assembly

    User Manual version 2503 3.2. Kiosk Cabinet & Peripheral Assembly The Kiosk cabinet contains several individual modules including HDD module, power supply module, thermal printer module or media card reader and the cabinet module. These modules are to be made first; then integrated to make the Kiosk cabinet module.
  • Page 45: Power Module Assembly

    3.2.2. Power Module Assembly The power supply is to be integrated with the power bracket before it is installed to the Kiosk cabinet. The following diagram shows the steps to assemble the ATX power module. For the specification of the power supply, please refer to APPENDIX.
  • Page 46: Printer Module Assembly

    User Manual version 2503 3.2.3. Printer Module Assembly The printer module consists of two individual modules, one printer module and the other printer power module. 3.2.3.1. Printer Module Assembly Figure 3-11 illustrates the way to assemble the printer module. 1. Plug the other end of the 6-pin LED cable to 2.
  • Page 47 User Manual version 2503 3-11. P IGURE RINTER ODULE SSEMBLY 3-37 LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version www.pdffactory.com...
  • Page 48: Printer Power Module Assembly

    User Manual version 2503 3.2.3.2. Printer Power Module Assembly 1. Fix the LED board, LPT-001 (A) to the printer power 2. Fix the printer power board, PW-001 (B) to the reverse Due to space restriction of the Kiosk cabinet, all the cable connection between the printer and the printer power modules needs to be done before the two modules are integrated to the Kiosk cabinet.
  • Page 49: Media Reader/Cd-Rom Module Assembly

    3.2.4. Media Reader/CD-ROM Module Assembly Refer to Fig. 3-7. The following steps show the ways to install a media reader/CD-ROM module before it is integrated to the panel PC. 1. Insert the media reader (B) to the media reader/CD-ROM 2. Attach the CD-ROM board to the slim CD-ROM drive (C) 4.
  • Page 50: Kiosk Cabinet Integration

    User Manual version 2503 3.2.5. Kiosk Cabinet Integration The Kiosk cabinet integration of printer bezel model slightly differs from that of the media reader bezel model. Before integrating the three modules into the Kiosk cabinet, some accessories need to be installed to the cabinet first. 3.2.5.1.
  • Page 51 8. Insert the power cord (H) from the opening at the left 9. Fix the HDD module (J) to the right bottom side of the 10. Make sure all the cables from the printer power module (K) 11. Integrate the printer power module (K) to the left upper 12.
  • Page 52 User Manual version 2503 3-14: K IGURE IOSK NCLOSURE W RINTER BEZEL SSEMBLY 3-42 LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version www.pdffactory.com...
  • Page 53: Libra With Media Reader Bezel Integration

    3.2.5.2. The Kiosk cabinet integration of media reader bezel model is basically same to that of the printer bezel model except for the peripheral modules and front bezel integration. Before integrating the three modules into the Kiosk cabinet, some accessories need to be installed to the cabinet first. Refer to Fig.
  • Page 54 User Manual version 2503 7. Insert the power cord (H) from the opening at the left 8. Fix the HDD module (J) to the right bottom side of the 9. Retain the media reader/CD-ROM module (K) to the 10. Attach the plastic media reader bezel (M) to the Kiosk IGURE 3-44 PDF created with pdfFactory trial version...
  • Page 55: Kiosk Integration

    3.3. Kiosk Integration The panel PC module and Kiosk cabinet module are now ready for final integration to make a complete Kiosk unit. 1. Retain the panel PC module to the Kiosk cabinet with four 2. Connect the small 4-pin power cable from the power 3.
  • Page 56 User Manual version 2503 12. Release the PC support brackets. Align the PC module to 3-46 PDF created with pdfFactory trial version the cabinet and click it into place. Close the service door at the top by lifting the latch (Fig. 3-6, B) on the door plate a little bit;...
  • Page 57: System Motherboard & I/O Board

    User Manual version 2503 4. S & I/O B YSTEM MOTHERBOARD OARD T The system controller used in the LIBRA III ® system is a special-design Celeron/Pentium multimedia motherboard. All the onboard signal is connected to the external I/O ports via two I/O boards.
  • Page 58: Libra Motherboard

    User Manual version 2503 4.1. LIBRA Motherboard This section provides background information and detail specification on the APOLLO 120/150 III system engine, PC620. Sections include: ² ² ² ² 4.1.1. General Information The PC620 is an Intel Celeron/Pentium III (Socket 370) multimedia ATX motherboard with LCD/VGA controller, Ethernet 100/10, AC97 sound, and IDE flash disk.
  • Page 59: Specifications

    4.1.2. Specifications PC620: Multimedia Intel Celeron/Pentium III Motherboard LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version with XGA, LCD, Ethernet & Audio Interface CPU: Intel Socket 370 Intel Pentium III FCPGA 1GHz/133MHz Intel Pentium III FCPGA 650-933/133MHz Intel Pentium III FCPGA 500E-850E/100MHz Intel Celeron FCPGA 800MHz-1.10GHz/100MHz Intel Celeron FCPGA 533AMHz-766MHz/66MHz...
  • Page 60 User Manual version 2503 Specifications are subject to change without notice. 4-50 PDF created with pdfFactory trial version Display Novatek NT68521 scaler LCD controller: LVDS/24 bits TTL via jumper setting Integrated 2D/3D graphics engine, 4X AGP Share system memory architecture able to utilize the display memory size up to 64MB Maximum resolution for video chipset: up to 1600*1200 True-color...
  • Page 61: Locating Jumpers & Connectors

    4.1.3. Locating Jumpers & Connectors The following figure helps you to locate the jumpers and connectors on the motherboard. LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version User Manual version 2503 BIOS IDE2 Inv1 www.pdffactory.com 4-51...
  • Page 62: Jumpers & Jumper Setting

    User Manual version 2503 4.1.4. Jumpers & Jumper Setting The table below lists the function of each jumper. The related jumper settings are shown in the coming sections. Jumper JP11 4.1.4.1. 4.1.4.2. LCD Interface Select (JP5) The PC620 provides two LCD connectors, one LVDS and the other TTL.
  • Page 63: Connectors & Pin Assignment

    4.1.5. Connectors & Pin Assignment The table below lists the function of each connector on the PC620. Their corresponding pin assignments will be shown in the following sections. Connector ATXP1 PWR1 INV1 LCD1 LCD2 IDE1 IDE2 FDD1 COM2 COM3 EISA1 IOINF1 FAN1 FAN2/FAN3...
  • Page 64: Atxp1: Atx Power Connector

    User Manual version 2503 4.1.5.1. ATXP1 is a standard ATX power connector. This connector is provided to connect to an ATX power supply. The plug of the power supply will only insert in one orientation due to the different hole size. Find the proper orientation and push down the power connector firmly to make sure the pins are aligned.
  • Page 65: Inv1: Lcd Inverter Connector

    4.1.5.4. INV1: LCD Inverter Connector Pin # Signal 4.1.5.5. LCD1: LVDS Connector Pin # Signal LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version User Manual version 2503 Backlight ADJ Backlight Enable Pin # Signal YA0M YA0P YA1M YA1P YA2M...
  • Page 66: Lcd2: Ttl Connector

    User Manual version 2503 4.1.5.6. LCD2: TTL Connector Pin # Signal 4-56 PDF created with pdfFactory trial version Pin # Signal VCC3 VCC3 ENAVDD SHFCLK VSYNC HSYNC LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) www.pdffactory.com...
  • Page 67: Ide1/Ide2: Primary/Secondary Hdd

    4.1.5.7. IDE1/IDE2: Primary/Secondary HDD The PC620 provides 2 sets of 40-pin IDE connectors. The built-in high speed PCI IDE controller supports both PIO and ATA 100 mode. Up to four IDE devices can be connected, including large hard disks, CD-ROM drives and other IDE devices.
  • Page 68: Fdd1: Fdd Connector

    User Manual version 2503 4.1.5.8. FDD1: FDD connector Pin # Signal 4.1.5.9. COM2: COM2 is a RS-232, 422 or 485, selected via BIOS setup. Pin # Signal 4-58 PDF created with pdfFactory trial version Pin # Signal INDEX# DSA# DSKCHG# MOA# DIR# RWC#...
  • Page 69: Com3

    4.1.5.10. COM3 COM 3 is an internal RS-232 reserved for touchscreen. Its corresponding pin assignment is listed as below; Pin # Signal 4.1.5.11. CD1: CD Audio IN Pin # Signal 4.1.5.12. IR1: IR/CIR Connector Pin # Signal LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version User Manual version 2503 Pin # Signal...
  • Page 70: Cn4: Power Led & Ext. Kb/Ms, Usb

    User Manual version 2503 4.1.5.13. CN4: Power LED & EXT. KB/MS, USB Pin # 4.1.5.14. IOINF 1: I/O Slot The PC620B’s onboard I/O signal for LAN, USB, keyboard, mouse, VGA, TV-out, COM ports and parallel port are all mixed in the IOINF1 slot. By plugging an IO-005 I/O board and connected to another IO-006 I/O board, all the onboard signal are connected to the system external I/O ports.
  • Page 71 4.1.5.15. EISA1: PCI/ISA Expansion Slot The PC620 provides an ISA/PCI slot for ISA and PCI device expansion. LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version User Manual version 2503 EISA1: PCI/ISA Slot Side View www.pdffactory.com 4-61...
  • Page 72 User Manual version 2503 EISA1: PCI/ISA Slot Connector Pin Assignment F10 GNT3 F11 GND F12 REQ3 F13 AD31 F14 AD29 F15 NC F16 KEY F17 NC F18 AD27 F19 AD25 F20 CBE3 F21 AD23 F22 AD21 F23 AD19 F24 NC F25 KEY F26 NC F27 AD17...
  • Page 73 To continue… F29 DEVSEL B29 V F30 LOCK F31 PERR H10 AD7 H11 AD5 H12 AD3 H13 AD1 H14 AD0 H15 KEY H16 V H17 V H18 GND H19 GND LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version User Manual version 2503 Signal Signal...
  • Page 74: Fan1~3: Fan Connector

    User Manual version 2503 4.1.5.16. FAN1~3: FAN Connector Pin # 4.1.5.17. JP6: External SMI Connector Pin # Signal 4.1.5.18. CN3: ATX Power ON/OFF & Reset Pin # 4.1.5.19. RST1: RESET SYSTEM Connector Pin # Signal 4.1.5.20. CN2: External LAN WAKE-UP Pin # Signal 4-64 PDF created with pdfFactory trial version...
  • Page 75 User Manual version 2503 4.2. APOLLO I/O Board All the onboard I/O signal of the APOLLO’s motherboard is connected to two I/O boards, IO-005 and IO-006 for external device connection. This section provides jumper definition and connector signal of the I/O board. 4-65 LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version...
  • Page 76: I/O Board-Io005

    User Manual version 2503 4.2.1. I/O Board-IO005 The IO-005 connects the onboard keyboard, mouse, Ethernet, USB ports, COM1, COM2, COM4 , parallel port and VGA signal for external device connection. Mouse VGA1 4-66 PDF created with pdfFactory trial version COM2 COM1 LPT1 COM2...
  • Page 77: Jumper Setting & Connectors

    4.2.1.1. Jumper Setting & Connectors 4.2.1.2. Jumpers & Jumper Setting The table below lists the function of each jumper on IO-005. The related jumper settings are shown in the coming sections. The APOLLO onboard COM port power selection is selected via jumper setting 4.2.1.3.
  • Page 78: Io Board-Io006

    User Manual version 2503 4.2.2. IO Board-IO006 The IO-006 is an I/O board links the onboard speaker-out, line-in, MIC-in, DIO and external FDD for external device connection. Light 4-68 PDF created with pdfFactory trial version Line DC PWR S-Video DC PWR LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) www.pdffactory.com Light...
  • Page 79: Cn6: Ext. Connector

    4.2.2.1.1. Jumpers & Jumper Setting The DIO port address setting is selected in CMOS SETTING. Select ADDRES 200H OR 208H Read DIO IN BIT0~BIT3 IN DIO PORT ADDRES BIT0~3 WRITE DIO OUT BIT0~3 IN DIO PORT ADDRES BIT4~7 JP2: CN4 DIO port pin#2 select JP1: CN4 DIO port pin#3 select JP4: CN4 DIO port pin#5 select JP2: CN4 DIO port pin#6 select...
  • Page 80: Connectors & Pin Assignment

    User Manual version 2503 4.2.3. Connectors & Pin Assignment The table below lists the function of each connector on IO-005 and IO-006. Their corresponding pin assignments will be shown in the following sections. Keyboard Mouse COM1 COM2 COM4 DC Power USB1 USB2 MIC-in...
  • Page 81: Keyboard: Ps/2 Kb Connector

    4.2.3.1. Keyboard: PS/2 KB Connector Pin # 4.2.3.2. Mouse: PS/2 Mouse Pin # 4.2.3.3. COM1, COM2, COM4 (DB-9) Pin # 4.2.3.4. DC Power: DC Power Output Pin # LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version Signal KBDATA SB5V...
  • Page 82: Lpt1: D-Sub-25 Parallel Port

    User Manual version 2503 4.2.3.5. LPT1: D-SUB-25 Parallel Port Pin # 4.2.3.6. CRT: VGA (D-SUB 15 Pin) Pin # 4.2.3.7. FDD: External FDD Connector Pin # Signal 4-72 PDF created with pdfFactory trial version Pin # Signal STRB# DATA 0 DATA 1 DATA 2 DATA 3...
  • Page 83: J11: Usb 1, Usb2 Connector

    4.2.3.8. J11: USB 1, USB2 Connector Pin # 4.2.3.9. DIO1: RJ-11 Connector Pin # 4.2.3.10. LAN1: RJ-45 Ethernet Connector Pin # 4.2.3.11. MIC1 Pin # Signal LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version USB1 Signal Pin # USBVCC Data-...
  • Page 84: Line 1

    User Manual version 2503 4.2.3.12. LINE 1 Pin # Signal 4.2.3.13. SPK 1 Pin # Signal 4-74 PDF created with pdfFactory trial version Right CHI Left CH Right CHI Left CH LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) www.pdffactory.com...
  • Page 85: Award Bios Setup

    User Manual version 2503 5. A BIOS S WARD ETUP The chapter describes how to set up BIOS configuration. 5-75 LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version www.pdffactory.com...
  • Page 86: Award Bios

    User Manual version 2503 5.1. AWARD BIOS The Award BIOS ROM builds in a setup program, which allows the users to modify the basic system configuration such as the current date and time or the type of peripheral devices attached to the computer. Under the following conditions, the CMOS settings are to be changed:...
  • Page 87: Control Key Definition

    5.2. Control Key Definition Up arrow Down arrow Left arrow Move to the item in the left hand Right arrow ESC key PgUp key PgDn key F1 key F2 key F3 key F4 key F5 key F6 key F7 key F8 key F9 key F10 key...
  • Page 88: Getting Help

    User Manual version 2503 5.3. Getting Help 5.3.1. Main Menu The on-line description of the highlighted setup function is displayed at the bottom of the screen. Press <F1> to pop up a small help window that describes the appropriate keys to use and the possible selections for the highlighted item.
  • Page 89 LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version STANDARD CMOS SETUP: This setup page includes all the items in standard compatible BIOS. ADVANCED BIOS FEATURES: This setup page includes all the items of Award special enhanced features. ADVANCED CHIPSET FEATURES: This setup page includes all the items of chipset special features.
  • Page 90: Standard Cmos Features

    User Manual version 2503 5.4.2. Standard CMOS Features If the STANDARD CMOS FEATURE is selected from the main menu, the screen below will appear. This menu allows the users to configure the system components such as date, time, hard disk drive, floppy disk drive and display type. The system BIOS will automatically detect the memory size;...
  • Page 91 The date format is <day>, <month>, <date>, <year>. month date year The times format in <hour> <minute> <second>. The time is calculated base on the 24-hour military-time clock. For example, 1 p.m. is 13:00:00. This category identifies the types of hard disk from drive C to F that has been installed in the computer.
  • Page 92 User Manual version 2503 This category identifies the types of floppy disk drive A or drive B that has been installed in the computer. None 360K, 5.25" 1.2M, 5.25" 720K, 3.5" 1.44M, 3.5" 2.88M, 3.5" This category selects the default video device. Options: EGA/VGA/CGA40/CGA80/Mono The category determines whether the computer will stop if an error is detected during power up.
  • Page 93: Advanced Bios Features

    5.4.3. Advanced BIOS Features If the ADVANCED BIOS FEATURES option is selected from the main menu, the screen below will appear. The following sample screen consists of the default values for PC620. Virus Warning CPU Internal Cache External Cache CPU L2 Cache ECC Checking Processor Number Feature Quick Power On Self Test First Boot Device...
  • Page 94 User Manual version 2503 This category allows you to choose the VIRUS Warning feature for IDE Hard Disk boot sector protection. If this function is enabled and someone attempts to write data into this area, BIOS will show a warning message on screen and alarm beep.
  • Page 95 This category speeds up Power on Self Test (POST) after you power up the computer. If it is set to Enable, BIOS will shorten or skip some check items during POST. Enabled: Enable quick POST Disabled: Normal POST The BIOS attempts to load the operating system from the devices in the sequence selected in these items.
  • Page 96 User Manual version 2503 This category sets the number of times a second to repeat a keystroke when you hold the key down. The choice: 6, 8, 10, 12, 15, 20, 24 & 30. This category sets the delay time after the key is held down before it begins to repeat the keystroke.
  • Page 97: Advanced Chipset Features

    5.4.4. Advanced Chipset Features If the ADVAMCED CHIPSET FEATURES option is selected from the main menu, the screen below will appear. The following sample screen consists of the default values for PC620. SDRAM Cycle Time Tres/Trc SDRAM RAS-to-CAS Delay SDRAM RAS Precharge Time System BIOS Cacheable Video BIOS Cacheable Memory Hole at 15M-16M...
  • Page 98 User Manual version 2503 When Enabled is selected, it allows caching of the system BIOS ROM at F0000h-FFFFFh, resulting in better system performance. However, if any program writes to this memory area, a system error may occur. The choice: Enabled or Disabled. When Enabled is selected, it allows caching of the Video RAM, resulting in better system performance.
  • Page 99: Integrated Peripherals

    5.4.5. Integrated Peripherals If the INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS option is selected from the main menu, the screen below will appear. The following sample screen consists of the default values for PC620. On-Chip Primary PCI IDE On-Chip Secondary PCI IDE IDE Primary Master PIO IDE Primary Slave PIO IDE Secondary Master PIO IDE Secondary Slave PIO...
  • Page 100 User Manual version 2503 This chipset contains an internal PCI IDE interface to support two IDE channels. The choice: Primary, Secondary or Both. The four IDE PIO (Programmed Input/Output) fields let you set a PIO mode (0-4) for each of the four IDE devices that the onboard IDE interface supports.
  • Page 101 This item allows you to decide to active which bus first (PCI slot or onboard/AGP). The choice: PCI Slot or Onboard/AGP This item supports the BIOS ROM write Enable/Boot block lock/Disable. The item can disable the onboard built-in LAN function. Block mode is also called block transfer, multiple commands, or multiple sector read/write.
  • Page 102 User Manual version 2503 This category allows you to determine the onboard parallel port controller’s I/O address and parallel port mode. This category sets the DIO port address. The choice: 200, 208 or Disabled. 5-92 PDF created with pdfFactory trial version ONBOARD PARALLEL PORT 1: PWRON AFTER PWR-FAIL: DIO PORT ADDRESS...
  • Page 103: Power Management Setup

    5.4.6. Power Management Setup If the POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP option is selected from the main menu, the screen below will appear. The following sample screen consists of the default values for PC620. ACPI function ACPI Suspend Type Run VGABIOS if S3 Resume Power Management Video Off Method Video Off In Suspend...
  • Page 104: Pnp/Pci Configuration

    User Manual version 2503 5.4.7. PnP/PCI Configuration If the PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION option is selected from the main menu, the screen below will appear. The following sample screen consists of the default values for PC620. IRQ Resources x DMA Resources ESC: Exit F1: General Help F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults 5-94 PDF created with pdfFactory trial version...
  • Page 105 Normally, you leave this field Disabled. Select Enabled to reset Extended System Configuration Data (ESCD) when you exit Setup if you have installed a new add-on and the system reconfiguration has caused such a serious conflict that the operating system cannot boot. The choice: Enabled or Disabled.
  • Page 106: Pc Health Status

    User Manual version 2503 5.4.8. PC Health Status The PC HEALTH STATUS auto detects the system’s temperature, voltage and fan speed. Shutdown Temperature Current System Temp. Current CPU1 Temp. VCore (From VID) VCore (V) VCC1.8 (V) VCC3.3 (V) VIO 3.3V + 5 V +12 V - 12 V...
  • Page 107: Frequency Voltage Control

    5.4.9. Frequency Voltage Control This setup page is for the CPU, SDRAM and PCI frequency setting. Auto Detect PCI Clk Spread Spectrum CPU Clock Ratio ESC: Exit F1: General Help F5: Previous Values F6: Fail-Safe Defaults F7: Optimized Defaults This category allows you to select CPU Ratio. This category allows you to select auto detect PCI Clock.
  • Page 108: Load Fail-Safe Defaults

    User Manual version 2503 5.4.10. Load Fail-Safe Defaults The default values of the LOAD FAIL-SAFE DEFAULTS indicates the most appropriate value of the system parameters that the system would be in safe configuration. Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Esc : Quit F10: Save &...
  • Page 109: Load Optimized Defaults

    5.4.11. Load Optimized Defaults The default values of the LOAD OPTIMIZED DEFAULTS indicate the most appropriate value of the system parameters that the system would be in best performance configuration. CMOS Setup Utility – Copyright (C) 1984-200 Award Software Ø Ø...
  • Page 110: User Password

    User Manual version 2503 5.4.12. User Password The USER PASSWORD is used to set the password. To change the password, select this option from the main menu and press <Enter>. If the CMOS does not work properly or the USER PASSWORD option is selected for the first time, then a default password is stored in the ROM.
  • Page 111: Save And Exit Setup

    5.4.13. Save and Exit Setup If the SAVE & EXIT SETUP option is selected, the values entered the setup utilities will be saved in the chipset’s CMOS memory. When the system is turned on every time, the CPU will check the CMOS to compare the CMOS data to see whether it matches the system.
  • Page 112: Exit Without Saving

    User Manual version 2503 5.4.14. Exit Without Saving If the EXIT WITHOUT SAVING option is selected and <ENTER> is pressed, you will exit the Setup program without saving any new values. The CMOS will still keep the old values. Ø Ø...
  • Page 113: Software & Drivers Installation

    User Manual version 2503 6. S & D OFTWARE RIVERS INSTALLATION The chapter introduces the PC620 onboard VGA, Ethernet, Audio and the respective drivers and installation. 6-103 LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version www.pdffactory.com...
  • Page 114: System Chipset Drivers

    User Manual version 2503 6.1. System Chipset Drivers The system chipset used on PC620 is Intel 815E. The chipset drivers for different operating systems are stored under the following route: PanelPC & Motherboard/Drivers & Utilities/Panel PC & Motherboard Drivers/ INF (System Chipset Drivers for PC_620_700_710_800_810_820) For updated system drivers, please have them downloaded from the following website...
  • Page 115 6.3. Ethernet Drivers The PC620 provides a 10/100 Base T fast Ethernet. The Ethernet chipset used on PC620 is The PC620 Ethernet drive diskette or CD diskette contains the following drivers. Realtek RTL8100 Ethernet drivers for ² ² ² ² ²...
  • Page 116: Pc620 Agp Xga

    User Manual version 2503 6.4. PC620 AGP XGA By integrating an advanced hardware 2D/3D GUI engine and 64-bit graphic display interface, the PC620 can deliver AGP 4X performance and memory bandwidth of up to 1GB. In addition to providing standard interface for analog monitor, the PC620 also provides an interface for digital flat panels.
  • Page 117: Drivers

    6.5. Audio Setup The audio chipset used on PC620 is PC620 audio driver diskette contains the following drivers: The Realtek ALC202A audio drivers contain the following drivers: ² ² ² ² ² ² The related drivers are stored under the following route: PanelPC &...
  • Page 118: Touchscreen Drivers

    User Manual version 2503 6.6. Touchscreen Drivers The panel PC audio driver diskette contains the following drivers and are stored in the following route: PanelPC & Motherboard/Drivers & Drivers ² ² ² ² The most updated touch drivers are also downloadable from the following websites: 6-108 PDF created with pdfFactory trial version...
  • Page 119: Peripheral Device Drivers

    User Manual version 2503 6.7. Peripheral Device Drivers The drivers to set up the media card reader is stored in the following directory: Kiosk/Kiosk Device Drivers/Media Card Reader 8 in 1 Pro 9 The drivers to set up the printer is stored in the following directory: Kiosk/Kiosk Device Drivers/Kiosk Printer/ EPSON BAT-500...
  • Page 120: Driver Installation

    User Manual version 2503 6.8. Driver Installation To install the Ethernet, VGA and Audio drivers, make sure you know the chipset models on the motherboard. Motherboard Model System Chipset VGA Chipset Ethernet Chipset Audio Chipset Find the correct drivers from the correct directory and execute the execution files.
  • Page 121: Appendix

    Appendix A: LCD Specification The standard display used for the LIBRA 120 is a TORISAN 12.1” TFT LCD, LCD, A-1. 12.1” MXS121022010 It composes of LCD panel, driver ICs, control circuit and backlight. By applying 6 bit digital data, 800x600, 260K-color images are displayed on the 12.1”...
  • Page 122 User Manual version 2503 A-2. 12.1” LB121S02 The LB121S02 is a color active matrix liquid crystal isplay with an integrated Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp (CCFL) backlight system. The matrix employs a-Si Thin Film Transistor as the active element. It is a transmissive type display operating in the normally white mode.
  • Page 123 A-2-2. A Power Input Voltage Operating Temperature Storage Temperature Operating Ambient Humidity Storage Humidity A -2-3. The LB121S02-A2 requires two power inputs. One is employed to power the LCD electronics and to drive the TFT array and liquid crystal. Module Power Supply Input Voltage Power Supply Input...
  • Page 124: B: Dio (Digital Input & Output)

    User Manual version 2503 B: DIO (Digital Input & Output) The LIBRA III provides 2-channel digital input and output that can be used for the system’s simple automation control needs. The digital I/O can be configured to control the opening of a cash drawer or to sense the warning signal of an uninterrupted power system (UPS) or to do the store security control.
  • Page 125 The Digital I/O is of TTL interface. It is controlled via software programming. Digital I/O Programming Input/output address: In_Data 0~3=SD0~SD1 Out_Data 0~3 SD4~SD7 EXAMPLE: 100 Return Port 208H Definition LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version User Manual version 2503 208H REM Digital I/O example program...
  • Page 126: C: Diskonchip Installation

    User Manual version 2503 C: DiskOnChip The LIBRA 120 III is equipped with an internal flash disk which can emulate a floppy disk drive by adapting DiskOnChip and the flash disk is fully compatible with floppy disk format of MS-DOS system. To install a DiskOnChip follow the instructions below;...
  • Page 127: D: System I/O Ports

    D: System I/O Ports Address range (Hex) Device 000-01F 020-021 022-023 040-05F 060-06F 070-07F 080-09F 0A0-0BF 0C0-0DF 0F8-0FF 1F0-1F8 200-207 2F8-2FF 300-31F 330-331 360-36F 378-37F 380-38F 3A0-3AF 3B0-3BF 3C0-3CF 3D0-3DF 3F0-3F7 3F8-3FF LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version User Manual version 2503 DMA controller Interrupt controller 1, master...
  • Page 128: E: Wake-On-Lan

    User Manual version 2503 E: Wake-On-LAN The Wake-On-LAN is a remote management tool with the advantage to reduce system management workload. It provides the capability to remotely power on the client computers supporting Wake-On-LAN by simply sending a “wake up packet”. After powering up the client systems, the user is able to monitor the remote systems’...
  • Page 129 3. Wake up Packet To use the AMD’s Magic Packet, program installation is not needed. Just open the will pop up. The remote computer can be waken up by selecting the M ACKETS Do not change the IP B THERNET MAC address.
  • Page 130 User Manual version 2503 To obtain the Ethernet card MAC, under Windows 9x, just enter S to open the winipcfg.exe, then the following TART screen will pop up. If the OS is Windows NT 4.0 or 2000 or XP, then you need to enter DOS mode to run ipconfig.exe to obtain the MAC.
  • Page 131: F: First Mb Memory Map

    F: First MB Memory Map Address range (Hex) Device F000h-FFFFh CC00h-EFFFh C000h-CBFFh B800h-BFFFh B000h-B7FFh A000h-AFFFh 0000h-9FFFh D000-D7FFH LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version User Manual version 2503 System ROM Unused Expansion ROM CGA/EGA/VGA text Unused EGA/VGA graphics Base memory...
  • Page 132: G: Power Supply

    User Manual version 2503 G: Power Supply The AC power supply used in the LIBRA 120 III is a 180 watts, 1U ATX power supply, FSP180-50PLA. G-1. E G-1-1: O Nominal +3.3V +12V * -12V, +3.3V, +5V, +12V will have the regulation to +/-10% when all load take off.
  • Page 133 G-1-4: O G-1-5: S Output short circuit is defined to be a short circuit load of 0.1 ohm. In the event of short circuit condition on +3.3V, +5V or +12V, the power supply will shutdown and latch off. The power supply shall return to normal operation after the short circuit has been removed and the power switch has been turned off for no more than 2 seconds.
  • Page 134 User Manual version 2503 G-1-7: E G1-8: S The power supply is designed to meet the following safety standard. 6-124 PDF created with pdfFactory trial version NVIRONMENTAL Operating temperature: 0 C to +50 Storage temperature: -50 C to +80 Operating humidity: 5~95% RH, non-condensing Storage humidity: 5~95% RH, non-condensing MTBF: >100,000 hours of continuous operation at C maximum-output load, and nominal input...
  • Page 135: H: 8-In-1 Card Reader

    H: 8-in-1 Card Reader The model number of the standard 8-in-1 card reader integrated in the LIBRA Kiosk is Pro-9. EATURES LIBRA 120 III (PC620 Intel 815E) PDF created with pdfFactory trial version User Manual version 2503 Ultra High speed USB 2.0 interface - up to 480 Mb/s transfer rates.
  • Page 136 User Manual version 2503 PECIFICATIONS The drivers to set up the card reader is stored in the following directory: Kiosk/Kiosk device driver/Media Card Reader 8-in-1 Pro 9 6-126 PDF created with pdfFactory trial version Dimension (W x H x D): 4.02 inch x 1 inch x 4.92 inch (102 mm x 25 mm x 125 mm) Power Requirement:...
  • Page 137: I: Thermal Printer

    I: Thermal Printer The standard receipt printer integrated in the LIBRA is an Epson open-framed thermal printer with a semi-cut paper cutter. The printer control board model no. BA-T500. SPECIFICATIONS: 1 Print head temperature sensor: Thermistor 2 Platen open sensor: Micro switch 3 Black mark sensor: Reflecting photosensor 4 Paper-end sensor: Mechanical Switch The drivers to set up the printer is stored in the following...

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