Changes between Version 20 and Version 21 of malibu/gw3089gblade


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04/17/2023 10:47:05 PM (14 months ago)
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Ron Eisworth
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    3737The JTAG software is under development so for initial programming please see the following link on updating from a TFTP server.
    38 * [wiki:malibu/firmware#UpdateFirmwareviaSerialConsoleandEthernetfromBootloader]
    39 
    40 
    41 
     38 * [wiki:malibu/firmware#UpdateFirmwareviaSerialConsoleandEthernetfromBootloader]
    4239
    4340== Ethernet
     
    5047[[Image(GW3089ethernet.JPG,300px)]]
    5148
    52 ===  PoE
    53 
    54 Isolated 802.3at 1GbE active PoE is supported on the bottom port. The Gateworks GW10144 802.3at inserter can be used to power individual units and/or during development. See link here for info on GW10144:
     49===  Powering Gblade with PoE
     50
     51Isolated 802.3at 1GbE active PoE is supported on the bottom 1GbE Ethernet port. The Gateworks GW10144 802.3at PoE power supply/inserter can be used to power individual units and/or during development. See link here for info on GW10144:
    5552[https://tsi.tyconsystems.com/doc/SpecSheets/TP-POE+10G__53V_30W_10GB_PoE_Inserter_Spec_Sheet.pdf Tycon Inserter]
    5653
    57 A 802.3at PoE switch is recommended for rackmount applications.
    58 
    59 For 10GbE PoE options, please contact Gateworks Sales.
     54For rackmount applications a 802.3at PoE switch is recommended.
     55
     56To use the 10GbE port for PoE powering the device, please contact Gateworks Sales.
    6057
    6158== NVME Drive
    6259
    63 The GBlade needs to be opened up to install a 2280 M-Key NVME flash storage drive. 4 lanes of PCIe is supported.
     60The GBlade needs to be opened up to install a 2280 M-Key NVME flash storage drive. The Gblade supports PCIe Gen 3.0 x4 lanes.
     61
     62Here are the basic steps to open the case and access the NVME socket.
     63
     64 1. Remove the four frontplate screws using a T8 Torx driver.
     65 2. Remove the frontplate and move to the side. Note the LED cable does not need to be removed.
     66 3. Slide out the side plate on the side the LED cable is mounted on.
     67 4. The M.2 NVME socket should now be visible and a drive can be inserted. Secure the drive to the PEM towards the front of the unit and reinstall the frontplate.
    6468
    6569== LED
     
    149153 * Operating System (including kernel / rootfs)
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    151 An Ubuntu based OS is pre-installed on all Malibu boards before they ship.
    152 
    153 Please view the following links for the appropriate software section:
     155An Ubuntu based OS is pre-installed on all Malibu boards before they ship. See the following link for the latest pre-built image:
     156
     157 * [http://dev.gateworks.com/malibu/images/ Pre-built Software Images]
     158 * [wiki:malibu/firmware#UpdateFirmwareviaSerialConsoleandEthernetfromBootloader Installation Instructions]
     159
     160Additional links available here:
    154161 * [wiki:malibu Main Malibu Wiki Page]
    155  * [http://dev.gateworks.com/malibu/images/ Pre-built Software Images]
    156  * [wiki:/malibu/firmware Malibu Software Installation Page]
    157162 * [wiki:malibu/boot Malibu Boot Firmware (up to and including the Bootloader)]
    158163 * [wiki:gsc#GSCVersionHistory GSC Firmware]
     
    164169The Linux device tree can often describe a lot about how the hardware is connected, etc.
    165170
    166 Link to GW3089/GW8901 Device tree: [https://github.com/Gateworks/linux-malibu/blob/v6.1-malibu/arch/arm64/boot/dts/marvell/cn9130-malibu-gw8901.dts]
     171Link to GW3089/GW8901 Device tree: [https://github.com/Gateworks/linux-malibu/blob/v6.1-malibu/arch/arm64/boot/dts/marvell/cn9130-malibu-gw8901.dts Device Tree]
    167172
    168173=== TPM / Crypto
     
    181186 -RSA 1024-2048 bit keys
    182187
     188== Enclosure
     189
     190The GW3089 enclosure uses the following screws for securing the board, fan and frontplate.
     191
     192 * Frontplate = Torx T8 Head, M3 x 8mm
     193 * Fan = Torx T10 Head, M3 x 25mm
     194 * Board standoffs = Hex 1.5mm Head M2.5 x 5mm
     195
     196The fan is a CUI CFM-4020BF-095-342-22 with the following specifications:
     197
     198 * Operating Voltage: 5VDC
     199 * Typical Power Consumption: 1.45W
     200 * Typical RPM: 9500 RPM
     201 * Typical Noise: 34.2 dBA
     202 * MTBF: Typ. 70K Hours @ +40C
     203 * Operating Temp: -10C to +70C
     204 * Dual Ball Bearing
     205 * Auto Restart Protection
     206 * Polarity Protection
     207 * Soft Start
     208 * Tachometer Signal
     209 * PWM Control
     210 * Safety Approvals: UL, cUL, TUV, CE
     211 * RoHS
     212
     213
    183214== Wireless
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