UMP (Unified Media Platform)

14.3 Hardware Specifications

 

UMP-XXX-A Hardware specifications:

 

Item

Value

Remark

 

 

 

CPU

Intel® Atom™ processor 230

3192.14 Bogomips 32 bit x86 CPU

 

 

 

RAM

Team Group Inc, 667Mhz DDR2, 1024MB

Lifetime warranty

 

Mainboard

Intel® D945GCLF

Main Memory • One 240-pin SDRAM Dual Inline Memory Module (DIMM) socket

 

533 MHz single channel DDR2 SDRAM interface

 

Supports up to 2 GB of system memory

 

Chipset Intel® 945GC Express Chipset

 

Intel® 82945GC Express Chipset Graphics and Memory Controller Hub (GMCH)

 

Intel® 82801GB I/O Controller Hub (ICH7)

 

Graphics Intel® 945GC Express Chipset and Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 950

 

Support for Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI)

 

Wake on USB, PS/2, LAN

 

GPU

Intel® GMA 950

Intel® GMA950 onboard graphics subsystem

 

SPU

Realtek* ALC662 audio codec

Support for Intel® High Definition Audio

3.5mm audio jack (Line Out)

3.5mm audio jack for analog preamplified stereo audio signal output

3.5mm audio jack (Line In)

3.5mm audio jack for analog preamplified stereo audio signal input

3.5mm audio jack (Mic)

3.5mm audio jack for unamplified mono signal input. Stereo channels will be mixed

unbalanced on this input.

 

 


14.3 Hardware Specifications

 

Below is the continuation of the specifications presented on the previous page:

 

 

Interfaces

6 USB 2.0 ports

Four ports routed to the back panel

 

Two ports routed to the front panel

Parallel

One parallel port (DISABLED)

Serial

One serial port (iR Receiver)

 

Video in(*)

CTX917 V1 PCI

Philips SAA7134.

Coaxial male and female

FM Radio (75Ohm recommended, male), Antenna or Cable connection.***

 

FM radio band coverage from 87.50 MHz to 108.00 MHz***

 

UHF TV tuner (75Ohm recommended, female), Antenna or Cable connection.

 

DVB-T tuner (75Ohm recommended, female), non-encrypted content.

 

Full frequency range from 48.25 to 863.25 MHz**

Composite

Composite Video input

S-Video

4-Pin S-Video input.

 

NOTE: S-Video and Composite Inputs cannot be used simultaneously with each other or the coaxial inputs.

3.5mm audio jack

Stereo 3.5mm jack audio input for external sources. (DISABLED)

 

Video out

VGA connector

DB-15 female

 

EDID/DDC capable, 1920x1088 maximum resolution, 1024x768 recommended.

Composite RCA

(PAL/NTSC) (UMP-SA-XXX)

S-Video

(PAL/NTSC) (UMP-SA-XXX)

 

HID

PS/2 keyboard and mouse ports

Supports generic PS/2 HID.

 

USB

Supports most HID or other USB input devices.

 

 

 

NIC

10/100 Mb/s LAN

Wake-on-LAN supported.

 

Ethernet Link Auto-sensing

RJ-45 auto-sensing Ethernet connection.

 

14.3 Hardware Specifications

 

Below is the continuation of the specifications presented on the previous page:

 

PSU

JW integrated DC/DC converter board

12V/8A DC/DC converter board.

 

External AC adapter

CWT 12V 60W external AC adapter with input power indication.

 

HDD

2.5" SATA-1 HDD

Partitioned HDD including the device’s operating system and swap partition. The type of harddisk may vary depending on availability during production.

 

 

 

*                      Analog TV Models

**                    Can cover down to 45.75 MHz (CH A for Ireland)

***                  FM Radio support depends on the tuner type. Current line with the SAA7134 boards does not support FM Radio.

 

 

These specifications are subject to change without further notice. If you downloaded this document from the online support section of the product’s website, please note that your individual device may differ, and it is recommended to consult the accompanying documentation.

 


 

14.3 Hardware Specifications (continued)

 

UMP-SA-100

 

The external legacy signal adapter is an optional accessory for the UMP devices which do not natively feature Composite or S-Video outputs. The signal adapter allows you to connect the UMP, or any VGA capable device and provides a PAL or NTSC analog output of the VGA signal via its Composite and/or S-Video connections.

 

To select the desired TV system, use the DIP switch number 1 next to the 5V power connector. An explanation of the DIP switches is presented below the image:

Diagram 4

 

SW1

TV system

UP/ON

PAL

DOWN/OFF

NTSC

 

 

SW2:

S-Video

UP/ON

ON

DOWN/OFF

OFF

 

Once you have configured the DIP switches on the device and have connected the USB power cable to the signal adapter and a USB power source, you should be able to see a test picture on a display device connected to one of the analog outputs.

Some displays do not entirely match the default geometry that the signal adapter uses, and many display devices will clip the edges off the picture when the Zoom function is enabled. On the following page there is a brief explanation of how to configure the signal adapter with its integrated On Screen Display or OSD.

14.3 Hardware Specifications (continued)

 

If you notice that the image on the screen is being clipped, press the Zoom button on the signal adapter (see diagram 5 below).

 

Note that the VGA output of the adapter is a straight pass-through, and cannot be configured.

 

Diagram 5

 

Here is an overview of the buttons and their individual functions:

 

Left/Right/Down/Up

Move image

Menu

Opens/Closes the OSD menu

Zoom

Enables/Disables Zoom

 

 

The following settings will be listed when you press the Menu button on the device:

 

HSIZE

Allows you to adjust the horizontal size

VSIZE

Allows you to adjust the vertical size

BRIGHTNESS

Allows you to adjust the image’s brightness

CONTRAST

Allows you to adjust the image’s contrast

HUE

Allows you to adjust the image’s hue

SATURATION

Allows you to adjust the image’s saturation

FLICK

Allows you to enable/disable anti-flickering

SHARPNESS

Allows you to adjust the image’s sharpness

OSD BACKGROUND

Allows you to toggle between a black menu background and transparent

 


 

14.3 Hardware Specifications (continued)

 

Below is an excerpt from the technical specifications and operating limitations of the Logilink VG0003 signal adapter, distributed as the UMP-SA-100.

 

 

UMP-SA-100 Signal Adapter:

 

 

 

 

Resolution

640x480

800x600

1024x768

Vertical Refresh (Hz)

60, 72, 75, 85

56, 60, 72, 75, 85

60, 72, 75

 

 

 

 

The Zoom function is supported for the following modes:

 

Resolution

640x480

800x600

1024x768

Vertical Refresh (Hz)

60, 72, 75, 85

56, 60, 72, 75

60

 

 

 

 

The Size function is supported for the following modes:

 

TV system:

PAL-M, NTSC, NTSC-EIAJ (Japan)

Resolution

640x480

800x600

1024x768

Vertical Refresh (Hz)

60, 72, 75, 85

56, 60, 72, 75

60, 72, 75

 

 

 

 

TV system:

PAL, PAL-N

 

 

Resolution

 

800x600

1024x768

Vertical Refresh (Hz)

 

56, 60, 72, 75

60, 72, 75

 

 

 

 

The signal adapter additionally supports for the following 'Mac' modes:

Resolution

640x480

832x624

 

Vertical Refresh (Hz)

66

75

 

 

 

Note that some resolutions or refresh modes may not be supported by the UMP.

 

Warning: the picture quality may degrade on the analog outputs if the signal adapter becomes excessively warm. To identify the cause of any graphical errors in the analog outputs, always compare them to the onboard VGA output and verify the flaw still exists.

 

For more information on the signal adapter, contact UMP support or visit the manufacturer’s website: http://www.logilink.com.