D1107.pdf

Zasilacz Astec i dziwna wtyczka "Power supply monitorin

Witam, posiadam komputer Fujitsu-Siemens i płyte główną Siemens D1107. Zamierzam wymienić zasilacz gdyż już przy dłuższym oglądaniu filmów załącza się wentylator w zasilaczu i głośno dmucha przez 10 sekund w odstępach 20-sekundowych (takie cykle sobie robi) co nie umila oglądania... Wczesniej wystepowało to tylkopodczas oglądania filmów lub odpalenia pamięciożernej gry. Ale dzisiaj zainstalowałem nową karte graficzną Ati rage 128 (16mb) z TV i wentylator w zasilaczu dmucha już regularnie podczas pracy komputera ! Inną kwestią jest to, że mój zasilacz 200W nie posiada otworu od spodu wciagającego powie=trze z komputera, więc to w ogóle stary typ...:( Zatem czas na wymianę. Zauważyłem jednak, że zarówno zasilacz jak i płyta główna są sparowane ze względu na dodatkowe gniazdo zasilania, tzw. "Power supply monitoring". Zamierzam wymienic zasilacz, ale nigdzie na aukcjach nie widzę porządnego zasilacza który by posiadał taką wtyczkę Może ta wtyczka jest niepotrzebna do poprawnego funkcjonowania płyty głównej ? Nie chcę miec niespodzianek... Załączam manual płyty głównej, wejście "Power supply monitoring" jest opisane na stronie 12 pod literką nr 14 Pozdrawiam


SYSTEM BOARD D1107

ADDITIONAL TECHNICAL
MANUAL

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A26361-D1107-Z180-107619SYSTEM BOARD D1107

ADDITIONAL TECHNICAL MANUAL

English

System Board D1107

Additional Technical Manual

January 2000 edition

Copyright ? Fujitsu Siemens Computers GmbH 2000
Intel, Pentium and Celeron are registered trademarks and MMX and OverDrive are
trademarks of Intel Corporation, USA.
Microsoft, MS, MS-DOS and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
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even of parts are reserved.
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All rights, including rights created by patent grant or registration of a utility model or design,
are reserved. Delivery subject to availability.
Right of technical modification reserved.

Contents
Introduction........................................................................................................................................1
Notational conventions ..............................................................................................................1
Features ............................................................................................................................................2
Mechanics .........................................................................................................................................3
Connectors and Jumpers...........................................................................................................5
I2C connector (for ambient/external temperature sensor) for optional temperature
sensor (LM75)............................................................................................................5
Internal chipcard reader or serial port 2 (COM2) (external via wire) ...................................5
Power supply ATX connector.............................................................................................6
Wake on LAN (WOL) connector.........................................................................................6
Power on switch connector (ON/OFF switch).....................................................................6
Fan 2 connector for system fan or CPU fan (if external temperature sensor is in use) .......6
Front panel connector (version 1) ......................................................................................7
Front panel connector (version 2) ......................................................................................8
USB chipcard reader connector .........................................................................................9
Fan 1 connector for CPU fan or system fan (if external temperature sensor is in use) .......9
Power supply monitoring....................................................................................................9
Intrusion connector for case open detect for optional push-button (opener) ..................... 10
System configurations ..................................................................................................... 10
Hardware requirements ................................................................................................... 11
BIOS options ................................................................................................................... 12
Messages ........................................................................................................................ 12
Configuration ........................................................................................................................... 13
Clock frequency....................................................................................................................... 13
Functions controlled by the switch block .......................................................................... 14
Power ...................................................................................................................................... 14
Power requirement .......................................................................................................... 14
Power loadability.............................................................................................................. 15
Documentation ................................................................................................................................ 15
Installing drivers .............................................................................................................................. 15
Upgrades......................................................................................................................................... 15
Main memory........................................................................................................................... 15
Troubleshooting............................................................................................................................... 16
Message BIOS update............................................................................................................. 16
The screen stays blank............................................................................................................ 16

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Introduction

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This system board is available in different configuration levels. Depending on the
hardware configuration of your device, it may be that you cannot find several options in
your version of the system board, even though they are described.

You may find further information e. g. in the complete Technical Manual for the system board and in
the description " BIOS Setup " . For detailed information see chapter " Documentation " .
Further information to drivers is provided on the supplied drivers diskettes or on the " Drivers &
Utilities " or " ServerStart " CD. For detailed information please look at chapter " Installing drivers " . The
latest BIOS version or drivers can be found on the internet under
http://www.siemens.de/computer/service .

Notational conventions
The meanings of the symbols and fonts used in this manual are as follows:

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Pay particular attention to texts marked with this symbol. Failure to observe this warning
endangers your life, destroys the system, or may lead to loss of data.
Supplementary information, remarks and tips follow this symbol.

Texts which follow this symbol describe activities that must be performed in the order shown.

Ë

This symbol means that you must enter a blank space at this point.

Ú

This symbol means that you must press the Enter key.

Texts in this typeface are screen outputs.
Texts in this bold typeface are the entries you make via the keyboard.
Texts in italics indicate commands or menu items.
" Quotation marks " indicate names of chapters and terms that are being emphasized.

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Features

Features
Function

D1107-A

Processor socket
Processor

D1107-B

Slot 1

Slot 1

Intel Celeron or Pentium II Intel Celeron or Pentium II
or Pentium III
or Pentium III
ATX
ATX

Formfactor
Front Side Bus in MHz

66/100

66/100

Chipset

440BX

440BX

Memory sockets

3 DIMM

3 DIMM

ISA slots

1

1

PCI slots

4

4

ISA/PCI shared

1

1

AGP-Port

1

1

System monitoring

x

x

Thermal Management

x

x

Wake On LAN

x

x

Keyboard On

x

x

Chipcard reader

x

x

Save to Disk (ACPI S4)

x

x

Save to RAM(ACPI S3)

x

x

LAN onboard

x

--

Audio onboard

--

--

VGA onboard

--

--

--

--

IrDA

4MB Display Cache

!

Computer system boards and components contain very delicate IC chips. To protect them
against damage caused from electric static, you have to follow some precautions:

o
o
o

Unplug your computer when you work inside.
Hold components by the edge, don't touch their leads.
Use a grounded wrist strap.

Place the system board and the components on a grounded antistatic pad whenever you
work outside the computer.
Once you have installed the system board, you should remove the battery protection (i.e.
the thin plastic plate between battery and contact spring).

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Mechanics

Mechanics
Layout
ATX 12 " ' x 8'' (304,8 mm x 203,2 mm)

ISA1

ISA2

PCI 1

PCI 2

PCI 3

PCI4

PCI5

AGP

1

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Some of the following connectors are optional and may therefore not be included on your system
board.

Slot 1

2

1

3

1 = Serial port 1
2 = PS/2 mouse port
3 = PS/2 keyboard port

5

4

6

7
4=
5=
6=
7=

Parallel port
USB connection 2
USB connection 1
LAN port

The components and connectors marked do not have to be present on the system board.

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Mechanics

1

23

4

5 67

8 9 10

11

1

23

15
14

ISA1

ISA2

PCI 1

PCI 2

PCI 3

PCI4

PCI5

AGP

13

Slot 1

12

1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=

I2C connector (for temperature sensor)
Internal chipcard reader or serial port 2
Power supply
Floppy disk drive
IDE drives 3 and 4 (secondary)
Wake On LAN
ON/OFF switch
Fan 2

9 = IDE drives 1 and 2 (primary)
10 = Front panel connector
11 = IrDA
12 = USB chipcard reader
13 = Fan 1 (e. g. for the processor)
14 = Power supply monitoring
15 = Intrusion connector *

The components and connectors marked do not have to be present on the system board.
*: For correct installation please refer to chapter " Temperature monitoring / system monitoring " in
the Technical Manual.

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Connectors and Jumpers

!

Some of the following connectors are optional!

2

I C connector (for ambient/external
temperature sensor) for optional
temperature sensor (LM75)
Pin

1

Signal

1
3.3 V standby
2
Clock
3
Data
4
GND
Refer to chapter " Temperature monitoring / system monitoring " in the Technical Manual.

2

Internal chipcard reader or serial
port 2 (COM2) (external via wire)

1
Pin

Signal

Pin

Signal

1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15

DCD 2 (low asserted)
SIN 2 (high asserted)
SOUT 2 (high asserted)
DTR 2 (low asserted)
GND
EXT SMI (low asserted)
RESETDRV (high asserted)
GND

2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16

DSR 2 (low asserted)
RTS 2 (low asserted)
CTS 2 (low asserted)
PC_ON_Strobe
VCC Auxiliary
VCC
GND
Key

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Mechanics

Power supply ATX connector

20

11

10

1

Pin

Signal

Pin

Signal

1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19

+3.3 V
GND
GND
GND
+5 V Auxiliary
+3.3 V
GND
GND
GND
+5 V

2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20

+3.3 V
+5 V
+5 V
Powergood (high asserted)
+12 V
-12 V
PS on (low asserted)
GND
-5 V
+5 V

Wake on LAN (WOL) connector

Pin

Signal

1
2
3

1

+5 V Auxiliary
GND
Wake pulse (high asserted)

Power on switch connector (ON/OFF
switch)

Pin

Signal

1
2

1

GND
Power on pulse (low asserted)

Fan 2 connector for system fan or
CPU fan (if external temperature
sensor is in use)
Pin

1

Signal

1
GND
2
+12 V
3
Fan sense
Refer to chapter " Temperature monitoring / system monitoring " in the Technical Manual.

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2)
Message LED
2)
1)
2)
Power On LED
Reset adapter
HD-LED

Front panel connector (version 1)

1
2

SCSI LED Input

2) 3)

Speaker

2)

1) Reset adapter from 4pin female to 2pin male.
2) Cable is not included in the delivery scope.
3) The same interface.

Pin

Signal

Pin

Signal

1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29

Reserved
Anode Standby LED
Key
Anode PON_LED
Not connected
Cathode PON_LED (GND)
Anode Message LED
Cathode Message LED
Key
Anode HD_LED
Cathode HD_LED
GND (for Reset and Power button)
Power Button
Not connected
Reset Button

2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30

Speaker
Key
GND
VCC
Key pin
Key
Key
Key pin
Key
Key
Key
Not connected
SCSI LED Input
SCSI LED Input
Not connected

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Mechanics

Front panel connector (version 2)
1)
Reset

1)
Message LED
1)
1)
HD-LED
Power On LED

1
2
Power On/Off
SCSI LED Input

1) 2)
Speaker

2)

1) Cable is not included in the delivery scope.
2) The same interface.

Pin

Signal

Pin

Signal

1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29

Reserved
Anode Standby LED
Key
Anode PON_LED
Not connected
Cathode PON_LED (GND)
Anode Message LED
Cathode Message LED
Key
Anode HD_LED
Cathode HD_LED
GND (for Reset and Power button)
Power Button
Not connected
Reset Button

2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30

Speaker
Key
GND
VCC
Key pin
Key pin
Key
Not connected
SCSI LED Input
SCSI LED Input
Not connected
Key
GND
GND
GND

8

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USB chipcard reader connector

2

1
Pin

Signal

Pin

Signal

1
3
5
7
9
11
13

P3V3P_DUAL
Data negative output up
Data negative
GND
Chipcard present (high asserted)
P3V3P
Chipcard reader On (low pulse)

2
4
6
8
10
12
14

VCC
Data positive up
Data positive down
GND
VCC Auxiliary
Power OK (low asserted)
Key

Fan 1 connector for CPU fan or
system fan (if external temperature
sensor is in use)
Pin

1

Signal

1
GND
2
6 - 12 V; 0 V
3
Fan sense
Refer to chapter " Temperature monitoring / system monitoring " in the Technical Manual.

Power supply monitoring

Pin

1

Signal

1
Monitor on
2
PS FAN off request (low asserted)
3
PS FAN full on (low asserted)
4
PS FAN pulse
5
SMB CLK
6
SMB DATA
7
VCC EEPROM
8
GND
Refer to chapter " Temperature monitoring / system monitoring " in the Technical Manual.

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Mechanics

1

Intrusion connector for case open
detect for optional push-button
(opener)

Pin

Signal

1
GND
2
Case open (low asserted)
3
Present (low asserted)
Refer to chapter " Temperature monitoring / system monitoring " in the Technical Manual.

System configurations
Systems with ...

Standard ATX power supply

Example

1
Standard

T0
T1
T2

processor
temperature
system temperature
external temperature
via optional LM75
sensor

2

3

Workstation

Server

Sensor in CPU integrated

--

Sensor onboard
--

yes

destination
supervision
control

----

----

----

destination
supervision
control

processor fan
yes
yes (0 V, 6-12 V)

processor fan
yes
yes (0 V, 6-12 V)

system fan
yes
yes (0 V, 6-12 V)

destination
supervision

----

system fan
yes
no (12 V)

system fan
yes
no (12 V)

Fan 0

Fan 1

Fan 2

control

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Systems with ...

Extended ATX power supply

Example

1
Standard

T0
T1
T2

processor
temperature
system temperature
external temperature
via optional LM75
sensor

2

3

Workstation

Server

Sensor in CPU integrated

--

Sensor onboard
--

yes

Fan 0
destination
supervision
control

power supply fan
yes
yes (0 V, 6-12 V)

Fan 1
destination
supervision
control

----

----

system fan
yes
yes (0 V, 6-12 V)

destination
supervision

---

---

processor fan
yes

control

--

--

no (12 V)

Fan 2

Hardware requirements
Power supply:

Power supply fan must be controllable by system board (22KHz PWM signal with 3.3V) and needs a
sense-pin for rpm-measurement.
Fan sense:

2 ripples per rotation

Ripple pulse
width:

T low and T high & gt; 0.6 ms

Number of
revolutions

at 100% PWM: maximum 14000 Rpm

e.g.:

Siemens S26113-E425 or. E427

at 50% PWM: minimum 800 Rpm

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Mechanics

Fan:

The fan speed must be controllable from 6 - 12 V (start voltage: 12 V). Therefore the fan must have
a mechanical suitability as well as a 3-pole-plug with a sense-pin for rpm-measurement.
Fan sense:

2 ripples per rotation

Ripple pulse
width:

T low and T high & gt; 0.6 ms

Current:

blocking fan at 12 V: 1.6 A
rotating fan at 6V / 12V: 0.3A / 0.6 A

number of
revolutions

at 12V: maximum 14000 Rpm

e.g.:

Papst type 412 F/2H as processor fan

at 6V: minimum 800 Rpm

Sensor for internal temperature:

Housing temperature is read by an onboard sensor.
CPU temperature is read by an onboard sensor but only with processors which have an integrated
temperature diode.
Sensor for external temperature:

Use only a Siemens Sensor: e.g. T26139-Y3718-V1
Intrusion logic:

Push-button (type: opener, if housing is open pins 1 and 2 are connected).

BIOS options
Please refer to BIOS description on the including CD-ROM (menu Advanced System Management ).

Messages
Message LED:
The Message LED (frontpanel connector) shows two different states
A slow blinking (once a second) of the LED signals that any application has received
a message. (ACPI- mode)
A fast blinking (five times a second) of the LED signals a hardware problem. More
detailed information are shown with an additional System Monitoring Software or on
the monitor after reboot entering BIOS Setup (menu Advanced System Management ) .
The fast blinking LED can have several different causes.
- a necessary sensor is missing or defect
- an available sensor has overtemperature
- a fan is defect or not working properly
- a software is responsible for blinking
BIOS:

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Please refer to BIOS description on the including CD-ROM.

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Configuration
Clock frequency

!

The switches may only be set as specified in the tables below for the particular Pentium
II or Celeron used.
There are also Pentium II and Celeron processors, which automatically always operate at
the proper frequency, regardless of the switch position.
As these new processors do not differ externally from the previous processors, we
recommend always setting the switches in accordance with the processor.
This system board you may use with Pentium II processors with 66 MHz and 100 MHz
Front Side Bus or with Celeron processors with 66 MHz Front Side Bus
Information on which processors can be used is available from your sales office or the
customer service center.

Pentium II with 66 MHz Front Side Bus:

Processor

switch 5

switch 6

switch 7

switch 8

off
on

on
off

off
off

on
on

switch 5

switch 6

switch 7

switch 8

off
on
off
on
off
on
off
on
off
on

off
on
on
off
off
on
on
off
off
on

on
off
off
off
off
on
on
on
on
off

on
on
on
on
on
off
off
off
off
off

switch 5

switch 6

switch 7

switch 8

off
on
off

off
on
on

on
off
off

on
on
on

300 MHz
333 MHz

Celeron with 66 MHz Front Side Bus:

Processor
233 MHz
266 MHz
300 MHz
333 MHz
366 MHz
400 MHz
433 MHz
466 MHz
500 MHz
533 MHz

Pentium II with 100 MHz Front Side Bus:

Processor
350 MHz
400 MHz
450 MHz

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Mechanics

Pentium III with 100 MHz Front Side Bus:

Processor

switch 5

switch 6

switch 7

switch 8

off
on
off
on
off
on
off
on

on
off
off
on
on
off
off
on

off
off
off
on
on
on
on
off

on
on
on
off
off
off
off
off

SW3
FWP
X
X
X
X
on
off

SW4
AUX
X
X
X
X
X
X

450 MHz
500 MHz
550 MHz
600 MHz
650 MHz
700 MHz
750 MHz
800 MHz

Functions controlled by the switch block
Function
Password Skip
Off
Recovery BIOS
Off
Floppy write protect
Off

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SW1
PWS
on
off
X
X
X
X

SW2
RCV
X
X
on
off
X
X

Switch 4 (SW4) is reserved!

Power
Power requirement
Source

Voltage

Main power supply
Main power supply
Main power supply
Main power supply
Auxiliary power supply

+5.1 V
+12 V
-12 V
+3.3 V
+5.0 V

Maximum
variation
?5 %
?10 %
?10 %
?5 %
?5 %

Auxiliary power supply
Onboard power supply

14

Maximum
current
15 A
300 mA
100 mA
4A
50 mA
1A

1.8 - 3.5 V

?5 %

Comment

without Save-to-RAM,
Wake On LAN and PCI bus
auxiliary power support
with Save-to-RAM, Wake
On LAN and PCI bus
auxiliary power support

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Documentation

Power loadability
Fuse
number
1

Maximum Fuse
current
750 mA

2

750 mA

Function

Maximum function current

Universal serial bus (USB) Port A
Keyboard
Mouse
Universal serial bus (USB) Port B

500 mA
Not specified
Not specified
500 mA

Documentation
?
?
?
?
?
?

Insert the " Drivers & Utilities " CD.
If the CD does not start automatically, run the START.EXE file in the main directory of the CD.
Select your system board or your device.
Select Documentation .
Select - Technical Manuals
Select - Technical Manuals (BIOS)
You may have to install the Acrobat Reader - Software on the CD-ROM (path
utls/acrobat) before reading!

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For more details please read the according readme.txt files.

Installing drivers
?
?
?

Insert the " Drivers & Utilities " CD.
If the CD doesn't start automatically call the START.EXE file in the main directory of the CD.
If the system board list is displayed select the system board or select under Driver the
operating system used and the audio and video drivers.

Upgrades
Main memory
Support:

The system needs at least one module and can manage at most three SDRAM
modules.
PC100 modules must have an SPD-EEPROM*.
It is not possible to mix SDRAM and EDO modules.

Size:

From 16 Mbytes up to 768 Mbytes SDRAM

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Troubleshooting

Technology:

100 MHz unbuffered DIMM modules.
168 pin, 3.3V, 100 MHz SDRAM
2M, 4M, 8M, 16M and 32M x 64 bit
2M, 4M, 8M, 16M and 32M x 72 bit (with ECC)

Granularity:

For one socket 16, 32, 64, 128 or 256 Mbyte

*

The EEPROM of PC100 modules contains a number of critical timing parameters and data
regarding the chip and the module vendor. Due to this the system board will properly recognize
the module by reading all important timing parameters specified in the EEPROM via the Serial
Presence Detect interface.

Troubleshooting
Message BIOS update
The System BIOS provides optimum support for the processor you have chosen. If the message
BIOS update for installed CPU failed

appears the microcode required for the processor inserted must still be loaded. Further information
on this is available in the " BIOS Setup " manual on the " Drivers & Utilities " CD provided.

The screen stays blank
If your screen stays blank this may have the following cause:
The wrong RAM memory module has been inserted

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See the chapter " Main Memory " for information which memory modules can be used.

ACPI S3 (Save-to-RAM) and/or ACPI S4 (Save-to-Disk) doesn't work

This system board is fully compliant for ACPI S3 and S4. Therefore it is PC98 certified by Microsoft.
If you have any problems with ACPI please ensure that all of your components are supporting ACPI
S3 and S4.
-

!

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Operating System

-

Hardware and drivers of controllers (e. g. VGA, audio, LAN, SCSI controllers).
The system board D1107 supports Save-to-RAM. Therefore the D1107 is certified by Inte
and Microsoft. This support must be also guaranteed by the operating system, the
extension boards and the power supply. For the time neither Windows 98 nor Windows
NT4.0 support this function reliably. Windows 2000 will support ACPI S3 fully
Unfortunately only a few extension boards work with a functional Save-to-RAM support
(refer to http://developer.intel.com/technology/iapc/involve.htm ). For the ATX power supply we
recommend a auxiliary power supply of 5V/1A.

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