7587 Install and HMM (individual files in ZIP)
7588 Install and HMM (Individual files in ZIP)

586VE SBC Information (GR6C06.pdf) SBC Flash Update from Radisys!
sbc111.exe SBC Flash Update (511,000 bytes , 8-15-00)
sbc110.exe SBC Flash Update(430,000 bytes 5-15-00)
47L2629.exe Diagnostics (924,000 bytes, 10-4-99)

SBCV video drivers link to SiS website. v1.13 SiS 5597/5598 integrated graphics chipset (IGP)
SBCV ethernet drivers link to SiS site v1.19 SiS 900 drivers

SiS 6801 Super I/O FDC, Parallel, Serial, FIR
Common pin-compatible replacement is the ITE 8661 Datasheet
Common hit while searching - "Super-I/O  ITE 8661/SiS 6801 rev 2 found at port 279h"

IBM 586VE 47L2387

1 Fan 1
2 Fan 2
BH1 Battery CR-2032
F1 Fusible link
F2 Fusible link
F3 PTC Resistor
Group A
Group B
J4 Floppy
J6 KBD / Mouse
J20 Ethernet
J21 Port 80 Hex Display
J24 Serial A
J25 Serial B
J33 Keyboard
J34 Mouse
J36 IDE 2 (Secondary)
J37 IDE 1 (Primary)
J41 USB 1 (1.0? 12Mbps)
J42 USB 2 (1.0? 12Mbps)
J52 I2O
L29 Relay?
SW1 Switch Block 1
SW2 Switch Block 2
U5 Actel A42MX16-F 11N9736 BIOS (?)
U17 ICS 9148BF-17
U19 SiS 6801 Super I/O
U28 SiS 5598 Pentium PCI/ISA Chipset
U38 SiS 900 Fast Ethernet
- SBC automatically adjusts processor core-voltage during POST
- Pentium up to 200 MHz
- Pentium with MMX up to 233 MHz
- AMD K6-2 or K6-3 up to 500 MHz

 Min 32MB, max 384MB. Two 168-pin DIMM sockets (Bank 0 and 1). Gold-tabbed, non-parity, synchronous-DRAM DIMMs. 32, 64, 128, or 256 MB. The DIMMs do not have to be the same size; the SBC will optimize for the maximum performance of each DIMM.
Note: Max RAM is (1) 128MB DIMM and (1) 256MB DIMM.

47L2707 32 MB DIMM, 10-ns, non-parity, gold tab
47L2708 64 MB DIMM, 10-ns, non-parity, gold tab
47L2709 128 MB DIMM, 10-ns, non-parity, gold tab
47L2744 256 MB DIMM, 10-ns, non-parity, gold tab

L2 Cache
The SBC has a 512 KB level-2 (L2) cache, which cannot be upgraded.

J41, 42 12Mbit/s USB 1.0 ports
Pin Description
1 +5 V
2 D-
3 D+
4 Ground
5 Shield Ground

Group A Connectors

J12, J7 Power-On LED (green LED)
Turns on whenever 5 volts is applied. Two 2-pin connectors operate as a single connector. The pair supports the IBM 2-pin LED connector and the industry-standard 3-pin LED connector. The 2-pin power LED can connect to J12 or J7. The 3-pin power LED can be connected across J12-1 and J7-1, or across J12-2 and J7-2.

Pin Description
J12-1 +
J7-2 +

J11 HD Access LED (yellow LED)
  It lights for activity on either IDE port. 2-pin header connects to HD-Access LED.

Pin Description
1 +

J14 Reset Switch
  Short both pins together or use a system reset switch to perform a hardware reset.

Pin Description
1 -Reset
2 Ground

J19, J18 Speaker
This consists of two 2-pin connectors. They can drive a speaker or a speaker LED (in noisy environments). A standard 8-ohm speaker can be connected to give normal audio outputs.

The two connectors act as a single header and supports a IBM 2-pin speaker connector or the industry-standard 4-pin connector. The 2-pin speaker cable connects to either J19 or J18. The 4-pin cable connects across both J18 and J19 (the two outer-most pins are used).

Pin Description
J19-2 Vcc
J19-1 Data out
J18-2 Vcc
J18-1 Data out

J15, J27 ATX Power Supply
Used with soft on/off control of an ATX power supply. It uses a momentary-make on/off switch connected to the SBC instead of the standard two-pole switch connected to the power supply. As a result, the SBC controls the on/off state of the power supply.

When using the soft on/off control, connect a momentary-make on/off switch to the 2-pin connector (J15), and connect the 3-pin auxiliary power-supply cable to the 3-pin connector (J27). Note: Use only a momentary-make switch and a properly-wired power supply.

J15 Pinout
Pin Description
J15-1 On/off switch
J15-2 Ground

J27 Pinout
Pin Description
J27-1 5 V stand-by
J27-2 /ONCTL- soft on/off
J27-3 Ground

Group B Connectors

J9 Infrared Port
This is a 5-pin, 2-millimeter, center-line connector. It is configured as a serial port and supports slow IR (SIR) and amplitude-shift keying IR (ASKIR) standards.

Pin Description
1 +5 V
2 Reserved
3 Infrared receive
4 Ground
5 Infrared transmit

J8 Cover Intrusion Port
  Standard 2-pin, 2-mm, center-line connector. It is routed to the cover intrusion detector
Pin Description
1 Voltage out
2 Voltage detect

The logic on the SBC works as follows:
The two connector pins on the SBC are routed to the detector circuitry. When the pins are shorted, an event is latched in the detector. The event is latched even if the computer is turned off or the power cord is unplugged. Bit 6 at I/O address 0158h contains the status of the latch. If bit 6 is 1, the latch has been tripped. The latch is reset by setting bit 6 at I/O address 0157h to 1. To use the logic to detect a cover being removed, the user must connect a switch that is closed when the cover is removed, and open when the cover is installed.

Clear Password
Removing Power-on or System Administrator Password:
1. Turn off computer and remove cover.
2. Short both pads on password clear pad for 10 seconds -OR- remove battery for 10 minutes.

3. Reinstall cover.
4. Turn on computer and run Configuration/Setup Utility program.
5. If a password is required, you must enter a new one.

Switch Block 1

8 - 3 Reserved
Leave these alone.

2 Disable Video
Switch 2 lets you disable the SBC video function. When SW2 is down (on), it disables all video drivers on the SBC. Default is video enabled (off).

Disable Keyboard/Mouse
SW1 disables keyboard and mouse ports.
Default position is keyboard and mouse ports enabled (off).

Switch Block 2

8 Enable Auto Boot
Switch 8 controls auto-boot feature at power-on. Auto Boot detects configuration errors at power-on and automatically alters CMOS settings to match hardware so computer completes boot process without operator intervention.

Use this carefully because it can mask hardware problems. Hardware errors could cause the computer to change configuration and possibly lead to inconsistencies in the operation of hardware and applications running on the computer.
Default is auto boot disabled (off).

4 RS-422/485 or RS-232
Switch 4 controls serial port B electrical interface. If SW4 is up (off), it is RS-422/485. If SW4 is down (on), it is RS-232. The default is RS-232 (on).

Internal Processor Clock Multiplier Switches (Switch Block 2, SW1-3)
Switch block 2 is used to configure the SBC to CPU speed. SW1-3 select the CPU internal clock multiplier. SW5-7 select input frequency and external bus speed.

Switches Mult. Processor Speed by CPU Input Clock Special Notes
3 2 1 60 66 75 83
Dn Dn Dn 1.5 90 100 na na Pentium only
Dn Dn Up 2.0 120 133 na na Pentium MMX only
Dn Up Up 2.5 150 166 188 208
Dn Up Dn 3.0 180 200 225 250
Dn Dn Dn 3.5 210 233 263 291
Up Dn Up 4.0 240 266 300 333
Up Up Up 4.5 270 300 337 375
Up Up Dn 5.0 300 333 375 416
Up Dn Dn 5.5 330 366 412 458
Dn Dn Up 6.0 360 400 450 500 AMD K6-2 / K6-3 only

Input Frequency / External Bus Clocking (Switch Block 2, SW5-7 )
Optimal settings for each CPU-input frequency between CPU, PCI bus, and host bus.

Switches Clocking
7 6 5 CPU PCI Bus Host Bus
Up Up Up 60 30 60
Up Up Dn 66 33 66
Dn Up Up 75 32 75
Dn Up Dn 83 32 83

Processor Voltage Selection

When turned on, the SBC automatically selects correct core voltage.

Microprocessor Voltages Detected
AMD K6-2 2.2 V
AMD K6-3 2.4 V
Pentium MMX 2.8 V
Pentium 3.3 V

76H4385 Remote-IPL chip (for SBC with Ethernet only)

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