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    ACURA EMBEDDED SYSTEMS INC.  
     
    Rugged Panel PC 
    AcuPanel 19 
    User Manual  
    Revision 1.5 
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Acura Embedded Systems Inc.  
    Published Oct 29 2014  
      
     
     
    Contents     
      
    Chapter  1: AcuPanel 19 O verview 
       
    Specifications........................................................................................  2    
    Knowing AcuPanel 19.............. ..............................................................  4   
    Rear Top.............................................................. .................................. 4   
    Rear Bottom .............................................................. ............................ 5   
    Rear  Panel of AcuPanel19... …………………… .................................... 6    
    Mechanical Dimensions.........................................................................  7   
       
    Chapter 2: Power,PS/2 Port and Panel Mounting    
       
    12V -30V DC Power Input .................................................................... ..8    
    PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse Port ............................................. ......................8   
    Plugging the DC power Cable....................... .........................................9    
    Panel Mounting ....................................... ............................................. ...9    
       
       
    Chapter 3: BIOS Setup    
       
    About BIOS Setup ................................................................................1 1   
    Default Configuration ............................................................................ 12  
    Entering Setup ................................... ...................................................12   
    Legends................................................................................................. 13   
    BIOS Setup Utility.................................................................................. 14   
    Main .................................................................................................. .....14   
    Advanced........................................................... ...................................15   
    IDE Configuration  ................................................................................. 15   
    Intel IGD Configuration.......................................................................... 16   
    Save & Exit.............................................................. ..............................17  
       
     
     
      
    						
    							Chapter 1: AcuPanel19 Overview  
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Key Features   
      
    .    4:3 19 SXGA Fanless LED Panel Computer   
    .    Intel® Atom™ D2550, Dual Core, Low Consumption CPU   
    .    Flush Panel by 5-wire Touch Screen   
    .    Dual GbE/ 2nd display-VGA/ Line-in/ Line-out/ Mic-in/ PS2 KB/MS   
    .    USB x4/ 2x mini-PCIe sockets/ 1x CFast/ 2x RS232/ 422/ 485   
     
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    .    Optional 3.5G / Wi-Fi Module / 2.5HDD / 2x COMs / GPIO / DIO   
    .    DDR3 1GB / 2.5 HDD Bracket   
    .    IP65 Compliant Front Panel   
    .    Mounting Support: Panel/ Wall/ Stand/ VESA 100mm x 100mm   
    .    Wide Range Power Input 12V~ 30V DC   
      
    Specifications   
      
    Panel   
    .    LED Size: 19, 4:3   
    .    Resolution: SXGA 1280x1024   
    .    Luminance: 350cd/m2   
    .    Contrast ratio: 1000:1   
    .    LCD color: 16.7M   
    .    Viewing Angle: 80(U), 80(D), 85(L), 85(R)   
    .    Backlight: LED   
      
    Touch Screen   
    .    5-wire resistive (flush panel type)   
    .    Light transmission: 81%   
    .    Interface: USB   
      
    System   
    .    CPU:  On-board Intel®  Atom™  Dual  Core  processor  D2550,  
    1.86GHz,  1M L2 Cache   
    .    BIOS: AMI BIOS   
    .    System chipset: Intel® NM10 Express chipset   
    .    System memory: 2x 204-pin DDR3 SO-DIMM socket, 1G DDR3 
    (Default),   
    support up to 4GB DDR3-800/1066, Non-ECC and un-buffered   
    .    Storage Device:   
    -   1x external locked CFast socket   
    -   1x hard drive bay: optional 1x 2.5 SATA HDD or 1x SATA DOM   
    .    H/W status monitor: Monitoring system temperature, and voltage   
    .    Expansion: 2x mini-PCIe sockets  (support optional WiFi or 4G 
    module)   
    .    Panel backlight control button: Increase brightness / decrease   
    brightness / Backlight On/Off   
      
    Rear I/O    
    						
    							.    Ethernet: 2x RJ45    
    .    2nd display VGA port: 1x DB15    
    .    Audio port: 1x Line out; 1x Line in; 1x MIC -in    
    .    USB: 4x USB 2.0    
    .    PS2 keyboard/ mouse    
    .    Power switch    
    .    Reset button   
    .    COM #1: RS232/422/485 w/RI or 5V selection    
    .    C OM #2: RS232/422/485 w/RI or 12V selection    
    .    DIO w/ 2.5kv isolated:    
    4x Digital Input (Source type)    
    -    Input Voltage (Dry Contact): Logic 0: Close to GND    
    -     Logic 1: Open    
    -    Input Voltage: Logic 0: 3V max    
    -     Logic 1: +5V ~ +30V   
    4x Digit al Output (Sink type)   
    -    Output Voltage: 3.6V ~ 5V    
    -     Sink current: 200 mA max. per channel    
    .    GPIO: 2x digital in/ 2x digital out  (Optional)    
    .    COM #1: RS232/422/485 w/ 2.5kv isolated    
    .    COM #2: RS232/422/485 w/ 2.5kv isolated    
    .    COM  # 3: RS232 w/ RI or 5V selection(Optional)  
    .    COM #4 : RS232 w/ RI or 12V selection(Optional)    
       
    Audio   
    .    AC97 codec: Realtek ALC886- GR   
    .    Audio interface: Line out/Line in/MIC -in Audio Jack   
       
    Ethernet    
    .    LAN chip: dual Intel® 82574L Gigabi t LAN   
    .    Ethernet interface: 10/100/1000 Based- Tx Ethernet compatible   
       
    Mechanical & Environment    
    .    Color:   pantone   black \RAL   15   00   front   bezel   w/   Pantone   
    400C \RAL  090 80 10 metal style membrane    
    .    IP protection: IP65 front    
    .    Mounting: panel/ wall/ stand/ VESA 100mm x 100mm    
    .    Power input: 12V~ 30V DC    
    .    Power adapter: Optional AC to DC power adaptor (+12V, 60W)    
    .    Vibration:     -
       IEC 68 2 -64 (w/ HDD)    
    -     1Grms @ sine, 5~500Hz, 1hr/axis (HDD Operating)    
    -     2Grms @ sine, 5~500Hz, 1hr/axis (CFast Operating)    
    -     2.2Grms @ random condition, 5~500Hz, 0.5hr/axis (Nonoperating)    
    .    Shock:    
    -    IEC 68 2 -27   
    -     HDD: [email protected] mount, half sine, 11ms    
    .    Operating temperature:  -5°C to 50°C   
    .    Storage temperature:  -20°C to 75°C    
    .    Operating humidity: 10%~90% relative humidity, non- condensing   
    Limits to be at 90% RH at max 50°C    
    .    Dimension: 457.64 x 379.24 x 61.25 mm    
    .    Weight: 6.5 Kg    
       
    Certifications    
    .    CE approval    
    .    FCC Class A    
     
    Knowing  AcuPanel 19     
      Rear Top    
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Antenna holes for optional 4 G/ WiFi/ Bluetooth   
    The  3  external  antenna  holes  are  used  to  mount  and  connect  
    optional  4 G/  WiFi/ Bluetooth antennas.    
    CFast Card Socket  Used to insert a  CFast card.   
     
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    							Power Switch  Press to power-on or power -off the panel PC.   
    Panel Backlight Control Buttons    
    Backlight On/Off   Press to turn-on or turn -off the display    
    Increase Brightness   Press to increase brightness of the screen.    
    Decrease Brightness  Press to decrease brightness of the screen.    
    8 brightness level available:  30%, 40%, 50%, 60%, 70%, 80%, 90% 
    and 100%    
        
    Rear Bottom   
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Line- in  Used to connect an audio device as sound source.    
    Mic -in  Used to connect an external mi crophone.   
    Line- out  Used to connect a headphone or a speaker.    
    LAN 1 and LAN 2 Used  to  connect  the  system  to  a  local  area  
    network.  LAN1  supports  Wake  up on LAN.    
    USB  Used to connect USB 2.0/1.1 devices.    
    COM 1 and COM 2   These COM ports support RS232/422/485 
    compatible series device by BIOS setting.    
     
    AcuPanel 19 has 2.5kV isolated protection.    
       
    PS/2 KB/MS  Used to connect a PS/2 keyboard and a PS/2 mouse    
    Reset Button   Press this button to restart the system.   
       
    VG A  Used to connec t an analog VGA monitor.     12V
    -30V DC Input  Used to plug a DC power cord.    
     
    Rear (AcuPanel19)    
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
      DIO (Optional)  
    The digital I/O connector support 4 isolated protection digital input 
    channels  and 4 isolated protection digital output channels.    
    Isolation voltage: 2500 VDC    
       
    DI:   4x Digital Input (Source Type)   
    -    Input Voltage (Dry Contact)   
    Logic 0: Close to GND  ; Logic 1: Open    
    -    Input Voltage (Wet Contact)   
    Logic 0: 3V max.  Logic 1: +5V -+30VDC   
       
    4x Digital Output (Sin k Type)   
    -    Output Voltage: Typical 24VDC, 30VDC max.    
    Logic 0: 0 -0.6VDC  Logic 1: 3.6 -5VDC    
    -     Sink Current: 200mA max. per channel    
     
     
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    							GPIO (Optional) 
    The GPIO connector supports 2 digital input and 2 digital output.    
       
    COM3 and COM4   (Optional) 
    These COM ports support RS232 compatible serial devices.    
    COM3 supports 5V or RI by Jumper setting.    
    COM4 supports 12V or RI by Jumper setting.    
       
    VESA Mounting Holes    
    These are mounting holes for VESA mount (100x100mm).    
     
    Mechanical Dimensions    
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     Chapter 2: Power , PS/2 Port,Cable and Panel 
    Mounting    
      
    12V -30V DC Power Input   
    Connector type: DC 4 -pin DIN power jack with shield   
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
      PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse Port   
    Connector type: PS/2, Mini -DIN- 6, 2.0mm pitch    
    2x4 8- pin header, 2.54mm pitch    
       
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    							 Plugging the DC Power Cable    
       
    1.  Plug the DC 4- pin DIN power jack (male) into the DC 4 -pin DIN 
    power  jack (female) that is on the system.   The table below shows the 
    pin definition of the cable.    
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Panel Mounting   
     
    1.  Select a place on the panel where you will mount the Panel PC.    
       
    2.  Cut out a shape on the panel that corresponds to the Panel PCs 
    rear  dimensions.    
       
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    3.  Slide the Panel PC through the hole until it is properly fitted against 
    the  panel.     
     
    4.  Position the mounting clamps along the rear edges of the Panel PC. 
    The first and second clamps must be positioned and secured diagonally 
    prior  to mounting the rest of the clamps. Tighten the clamps screw until 
    it   touches the panel.   
     
     
     
       
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
       
    CAUTION!   
     
    Do not overtighten the screws to prevent damaging the  Panel PC.    
       
     
       
     
       
     
     
     
          
     
    The thickness of the 
    panel (e.g. steel 
    board, plank, acrylic 
    board, wall, etc.) 
    where you will mount 
    the Panel PC must 
    not exceed 6mm. If 
    the distance between 
    the front bezel and 
    panel mount hole is 
    too wide, it will not fit 
    the panel mount kit.   
     
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    							Chapter 3: BIOS Setup   
     
    This chapter describes how to use the BIOS setup program for the 
    AcuPanel 19.  The  BIOS  sc reens  provided  in  this  chapter  are  for  
    reference  only  and  may  change if the BIOS is updated in the future.    
       
    About BIOS Setup    
       
    The BIOS (Basic Input and Output System) Setup program is a menu 
    driven  utility  that  enables  you  to  make  changes  to  the  system  
    configuration  and  tailor  your  system  to  suit  your  individual  work  
    needs.  It  is   a  ROM-based configuration  utility  that  displays  the  
    systems  configuration  status  and  provides you with a tool to set 
    system parameters.    
       
    These parameters are stored in non -volatile battery -backed -up CMOS 
    RAM that  saves this information even when the power is turned off. 
    When the system is turned back on, the system is configured with the 
    values found in CMOS.    
       
    With easy -to -use pull down menus, you can configure such items as:    
    .    Hard drives, diskette drives, and peripherals    
    .    Vide o display type and display options    
    .    Password protection from unauthorized use    
    .    Power management features    
    The settings made in the setup program affect how the computer 
    performs.  It is important, therefore, first to try to understand all the 
    setup options, and  second, to make settings appropriate for the way 
    you use the computer.    
       
    When to Configure the BIOS    
       
    .    This program should be executed under the following conditions:    
    .    When changing the system configuration    
    .    When   a    configuration   error   is   detec ted   by   the   system   and  
    you   are  prompted to make changes to the setup program    
    .    When resetting the system clock    
    .    When redefining the communication ports to prevent any conflicts    
    .    When making  changes to the Power Management configuration    .    When  changing  the  password  or  making  other  changes  to  the  
    security  setup  
     
       
    Normally, CMOS setup is needed when the system hardware is not 
    consistent  with  the  information  contained  in  t he  CMOS  RAM,  
    whenever  the  CMOS  RAM has lost power, or the system features 
    need to be changed.    
       
    Default Configuration    
       
    Most   of   the   configuration   settings   are   either   predefined   
    according   to  the  Load  Optimal  Defaults  setting s  which  are  stored  
    in  the  BIOS  or  are  automatically detected and configured without 
    requiring any actions. There  are a few settings that you may need to 
    change depending on your system  configuration.    
       
    Entering Setup    
       
    When  the  system  is   powered  on,  the  BIOS  will  enter  the  Power -
    On  Self Test (POST) routines. These routines perform various 
    diagnostic checks; if an  error is encountered, the error will be reported 
    in one of two different ways:    
       
    .    If the error occurs before the  display device is initialized, a series of 
    beeps  will be transmitted.    
       
    .    If  the  error  occurs  after  the  display  device  is  initialized,  the  
    screen  will display the error message.    
       
    Powering  on  the  computer  and  immediately  pressing    allows  
    you  to enter Setup. Another way to enter Setup is to power on the 
    computer and  wait for the following message during the POST:    
       
      TO ENTER SETUP BEFORE BOOT PRESS    
     
     
    Press the    key to enter Setup:   
     
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    							Legends    
      
    Scroll Bar   
    When a  scroll bar appears to the right of the setup screen, it indicates 
    that  there  are  more  available  fields  not  shown  on  the  screen.  Use  
    the  up  and down arrow keys to scroll through all the available fields.    
       
    Submenu   
    When  
       appears  on   the  left  of  a  particular  field,  it  indicates  
    that  a submenu  which  contains  additional  options  are  available  for   that field. To display the submenu, move the highlight to that field and 
    press
     
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    BIOS Setup Utility   
       
    Once  you  enter   the  AMI  BIOS  Setup  Utility,  the  Main  Menu  will  
    appear  on  the screen. The main menu allows you to select from 
    several setup functions  and one exit. Use arrow keys to select among 
    the items and press 
      accept or enter the submenu.    
        
    Main    
    Th e Main menu is the first screen that you will see when you enter the 
    BIOS  Setup Utility.    
     
     
       
     
     
     
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    							Advanced   
     
    The Advanced menu allows you to configure your system for basic 
    operation.  Some  entries  are  defaults  required  by  the  system board,  
    while  others,  if enabled,  will  improve  the  performance  of  your  
    system  or  let  you  set  some features according to your preference.    
       
    Setting incorrect field values may cause the system to  malfunction.    
     
       
       
    IDE Configuration   
     
    This section i s used to configure the SATA as IDE or AHCI mode.    
       
    AHCI (default Setting)  
    This option configures the Serial ATA drives as Parallel ATA physical  
    storage device.  
    This option configures the Serial ATA drives to use AHCI (Advanced 
    Host Controller Interface) . AHCI allows the storage driver to enable  
    the advanced Serial ATA features which will increase storage  
    performance.  
     
       
    Intel® IGD Configuration    
    This section is used to configure the Intel® IGD Graphic configurations.   
     
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    							IGFX – Boot Type 
     
    This field is used to configure which video device will be activated 
    during POST. This has no effect if external graphics present. The 
    options are CRT,LVDS, LVDS + CRT and CRT + HDMI. 
     
    Backlight Control Select 
     
    The available options are Pyroelectric sensor and Tact Switch. The 
    default setting is Tact Switch and the Backlight On/Off button is 
    functional only in this mode.+ CRT 
     
    Backlight On/Off Reverse 
     
    Please configure this option only when changing the panel, otherwise 
    the display may not work. 
     
    Backlight Dimming Control Select 
     
    The options are Tact Switch, Manual and Light sensor. and the 
    Backlight option below will be configurable.The default setting is Tact 
    Switch and the Backlight option below will not be configurable, please 
    use the brightness button on the panel to adjust it. 
     
    Backlight 
    Adjusts the brightness of the backlight. 
     
    Fixed Graphics Memory Size 
     
    This field is used to configure the memory size of the fixed graphics, the 
    options are 128MB and 256MB. 
      
     
    Save & Exit 
     
    Save Changes and Reset   
     
     
    To save the changes and reset, select this field then press . A 
    dialog box will appear. Confirm by selecting Yes.   
     
    Technical Support: 
    contact Salesperson     [email protected] 
    Mailing address: Acura Embedded Systems Inc. 
    Toll Free   1-866-502-9666  
     
      
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    Ph: (604) 502-9666   Fax: (604) 502-9668  
    						
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