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 ====== DS77U ====== ====== DS77U ======
 ===== DisplayPort restrictions of the DS77 Series ===== ===== DisplayPort restrictions of the DS77 Series =====
-The DS77U Series can be used with displays simultaneously. Due to the design of the Intel chipset, please be aware of the following restrictions when setting up your monitor.+The DS77U Series can be used with up to three displays simultaneously. Due to the design of the Intel chipset, please be aware of the following restrictions when setting up your monitor.
   * The DisplayPort (DP) has **no audio** function. Please use **HDMI** for displays/TVs with integrated speakers.   * The DisplayPort (DP) has **no audio** function. Please use **HDMI** for displays/TVs with integrated speakers.
   * Intel **Collage Mode** is not available. Please use a native 4K display. Older monitors using Collage Mode are not supported.   * Intel **Collage Mode** is not available. Please use a native 4K display. Older monitors using Collage Mode are not supported.
   * **PASSIVE adapters/cables** cannot be used (e.g. DP->HDMI or DP->DVI). Please use a native DP connection or an **ACTIVE** adapter.   * **PASSIVE adapters/cables** cannot be used (e.g. DP->HDMI or DP->DVI). Please use a native DP connection or an **ACTIVE** adapter.
   * **HotPlug** is not supported. Please restart the system for the display to be detected.   * **HotPlug** is not supported. Please restart the system for the display to be detected.
-**Note:** In a 3-display setup, the DP output won'show picture while booting in BIOS mode. It will be activated once the OS has loaded the display driver.+**Note:** In a 3-display setup, the DP output will show no picture while booting in BIOS mode. It will be activated once the OS has loaded the display driver.
  
 ===== Quick Installation Guide ===== ===== Quick Installation Guide =====
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 </WRAP> </WRAP>
   - Unscrew two screws of the chassis cover.\\ {{:faq:xpc_slim:ds77:installation01.png?nolink&500|}}   - Unscrew two screws of the chassis cover.\\ {{:faq:xpc_slim:ds77:installation01.png?nolink&500|}}
-  - Slide the cover forwards and upwards.\\ {{:faq:xpc_slim:ds77:installation02.png?nolink&500|}}+  - Slide the cover forward and upward.\\ {{:faq:xpc_slim:ds77:installation02.png?nolink&500|}}
  
 ==== Memory Module Installation ==== ==== Memory Module Installation ====
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 ==== Mass Storage Installation ==== ==== Mass Storage Installation ====
 === 2.5" HDD/SSD drive === === 2.5" HDD/SSD drive ===
-  - Unscrew the rack from chassis.\\ {{:faq:xpc_slim:ds77:installation05.png?nolink&500|}} +  - Separate the rack from the chassis by undoing one screw.\\ {{:faq:xpc_slim:ds77:installation05.png?nolink&500|}} 
-  - Place the HDD or SSD in the rack and secure with two screws from each side.\\ {{:faq:xpc_slim:ds77:installation06.png?nolink&500|}} +  - Place the HDD or SSD in the rack and secure with two screws, one on each side.\\ {{:faq:xpc_slim:ds77:installation06.png?nolink&500|}} 
-  - Lay the HDD or SSD into its drive bay and push it gently to the right until it clicks into place.\\ {{:faq:xpc_slim:ds77:installation07.png?nolink&500|}} +  - Place the HDD or SSD in the drive bay and push it gently to the right until it clicks into place.\\ {{:faq:xpc_slim:ds77:installation07.png?nolink&500|}} 
-  - Refasten screws.\\ {{:faq:xpc_slim:ds77:installation08.png?nolink&500|}}+  - Refasten the screws.\\ {{:faq:xpc_slim:ds77:installation08.png?nolink&500|}}
 === M.2 SSD module === === M.2 SSD module ===
   - As shown, unfasten the screw first.   - As shown, unfasten the screw first.
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 </WRAP> </WRAP>
  
-===== Operation Position =====+===== Jumper settings and pinout ===== 
 +==== COM Port 1 ==== 
 +{{:faq:xpc_slim:ds77:serial_port.jpg?nolink&300|}} 
 +^COM1 (RS232)^^^^ 
 +^Pin^Signal Name^Pin^Signal Name^ 
 +|1|DCD|2|RX| 
 +|3|TX|4|DTR| 
 +|5|GND|6|DSR| 
 +|7|RTS|8|CTS| 
 +|9|RI1-| | | 
 +^COM1 (RS422)^^^^ 
 +^Pin^Signal Name^Pin^Signal Name^ 
 +|1|TXD-|2|TXD+| 
 +|3|RXD-|4|RXD+| 
 +|5|GND|6|-| 
 +|7|-|8|-| 
 +|9|-| | | 
 +^COM1 (RS485)^^^^ 
 +^Pin^Signal Name^Pin^Signal Name^ 
 +|1|Data-|2|Data+| 
 +|3|-|4|-| 
 +|5|GND|6|-| 
 +|7|-8|-| | 
 +|9|-| | | 
 +==== COM 1 & COM 2 Power Switch ==== 
 +COM PORT Pin 9 "Ring Indicator" (RI) configuration 
 +<a2s> 
 +        2         10 
 +      .---.---.---.---.---. 
 +      | ● | ● | ● | ● | ● | 
 + JP1  .---.---.---.---.---. 
 +      | ■ | ● | ● | ● | ● | 
 +      .---.---.---.---.---. 
 +        1         9 
 +</a2s> 
 + 
 +^JP1^^^^ 
 +^COM1 (pin 9)^^COM2 (pin 9)^^ 
 +^Short Pin^Function^Short Pin^Function^ 
 +|1-2 (Default)|RI1|3-4 (Default)|RI2| 
 +|5-7|+5V|6-8|+5V| 
 +|7-9|+12V|8-10|+12V| 
 + 
 +==== AC Back Auto Power ON ==== 
 +^JP9^^ 
 +^Pin^AC Back auto Power ON function^ 
 +|Short 1-2|Disable (Default)| 
 +|Open|Enable| 
 + 
 +<a2s> 
 + Open (enabled)  Short (disabled) 
 +     .---.            #---# 
 +     | ● | 2          |[x]| 2 
 +     .---.            |   | 
 +     | ■ | 1          |   | 1 
 +     .---.            #---# 
 +      JP9              JP9 
 +[x]: {"stroke-width":4, "fill":"#999999", "a2s:delref":true} 
 +</a2s> 
 + 
 +==== External Power SW & Clear CMOS ==== 
 +^SW2^^ 
 +^Pin^Signal Name^ 
 +|1|PWRSW| 
 +|2|+5V| 
 +|3|GND| 
 +|4|RTC_RST#
 + 
 +<a2s> 
 +           4 
 +       .---.---. 
 +       | ● | ● | 
 + SW2   .---.---. 
 +       | ■ | ● | 
 +       .---.---. 
 +           3 
 +</a2s> 
 + 
 +===== Operating Position =====
 Please make sure to use either the supplied feet or the VESA mount. Please make sure to use either the supplied feet or the VESA mount.
  
 ==== Related links ==== ==== Related links ====
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  • Last modified: 2019/07/24 09:46
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