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[[Image:TSpro-mainboard-small.jpg|thumb|right|400px|TeraStation Pro Mainboard]]
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[[Image:TSpro-mainboard-small.jpg|thumb|right|200px|TeraStation Pro Mainboard]]
 
[[Image:TerastationProMotherboard1.jpg |thumb|right|200px|TeraStation Pro Innards]]
 
[[Image:TerastationProMotherboard1.jpg |thumb|right|200px|TeraStation Pro Innards]]
 
[[Image:TerastationProMotherboard2.jpg |thumb|right|200px|TeraStation Pro Innards]]
 
[[Image:TerastationProMotherboard2.jpg |thumb|right|200px|TeraStation Pro Innards]]
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[[Image:IMG_1458.JPG |thumb|right|200px|TeraStation Pro Innards]]
  
In the TeraStaion Pro mainboard you will find the following chips:
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In the TeraStation Pro mainboard you will find the following chips:
  
 
* [http://www.freescale.com/webapp/sps/site/prod_summary.jsp?code=MPC8241&nodeId=018rH3bTdG8655 Freescale MPC8241LVR266D] (IC15)
 
* [http://www.freescale.com/webapp/sps/site/prod_summary.jsp?code=MPC8241&nodeId=018rH3bTdG8655 Freescale MPC8241LVR266D] (IC15)
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** JTAG
 
** JTAG
 
** Dual serial ports
 
** Dual serial ports
* [http://download.micron.com/pdf/datasheets/dram/sdram/256MSDRAM.pdfn Micron MT48LC16M16A2TG-75D] (IC8, IC16, IC?, IC?)
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* [http://download.micron.com/pdf/datasheets/dram/sdram/256MSDRAM.pdfn Micron MT48LC16M16A2TG-75D] (IC8, IC11, IC16, IC19)
 
** 4 x 4M x 16bit x 4banks = 4x 256Mbit = 128MB RAM
 
** 4 x 4M x 16bit x 4banks = 4x 256Mbit = 128MB RAM
 
** two more on the back of the mainboard
 
** two more on the back of the mainboard
* unknown flash chip on the back of the mainboard
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* [http://www.numonyx.com/Documents/Datasheets/M29DW324D.pdf ST M29DW324DT 70N6] (IC7)
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** 4MB NOR Flash chip.
 
* [http://www.siimage.com/products/product.aspx?id=29&ptid=1 Silicon Image SerialLink SiI3512ECTU128] (IC1, IC2)
 
* [http://www.siimage.com/products/product.aspx?id=29&ptid=1 Silicon Image SerialLink SiI3512ECTU128] (IC1, IC2)
 
** two 2-Port PCI SATA Host Controller
 
** two 2-Port PCI SATA Host Controller
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* [http://www.necel.com/micro/english/product/sc/k2/index.html NEC D78F0511] (IC14)
 
* [http://www.necel.com/micro/english/product/sc/k2/index.html NEC D78F0511] (IC14)
 
** 8-bit ALL Flash MCU (microcontoller)  
 
** 8-bit ALL Flash MCU (microcontoller)  
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* Power Supply Unit (Connected to CN13)
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** 100V-120V PSU : [http://www.tamuracorp.com Tamura Corp] reference 84310056 / GS TAM 0616
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** 200V-240V PSU : [http://www.tamuracorp.com Tamura Corp] reference 85310056 / GS TAM 0603
 
* some more small chips, with unreadable labels
 
* some more small chips, with unreadable labels
  
 
Notworth is the connector J1 (top right in the image) where a serial port (Tx, Rx, Vcc, GND) is exposed.
 
Notworth is the connector J1 (top right in the image) where a serial port (Tx, Rx, Vcc, GND) is exposed.
  
CN3 appears to be a JTAG debugging port.
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CN3 is the JTAG debugging port, it have all needed resistors populated, so you'll just have to sold a header and it'll be ready for using !
  
 
CN4, at the same location, likely connects to the 8bit NEC MCU (IC14) and exposes this signals: GND, VDD, CLK, RESET-, TXD, RXD, FLMDO, NC.
 
CN4, at the same location, likely connects to the 8bit NEC MCU (IC14) and exposes this signals: GND, VDD, CLK, RESET-, TXD, RXD, FLMDO, NC.
  
 
J1 should give you access to the primary serial port, most likely at v3.3 signal levels.
 
J1 should give you access to the primary serial port, most likely at v3.3 signal levels.
 
The regular TeraStation was equiped with a normal micro-ATX powersupply and has an ATX powerconnector on the mainboard. For the Pro this have been replaced by a custom powersupply with an proprietary connector (lower right, CN13).
 
  
 
The resetbutton has not been populated, but it's functionality is most likely provided by the LCD pannel. The LCD pannel is connected via CN? a 15 (or 16) pin connector on the bottom right edge.
 
The resetbutton has not been populated, but it's functionality is most likely provided by the LCD pannel. The LCD pannel is connected via CN? a 15 (or 16) pin connector on the bottom right edge.

Latest revision as of 09:16, 7 May 2008

Ts-pro-1.jpg
TeraStation Pro Mainboard
TeraStation Pro Innards
TeraStation Pro Innards
TeraStation Pro Innards
TeraStation Pro Innards

In the TeraStation Pro mainboard you will find the following chips:

  • Freescale MPC8241LVR266D (IC15)
    • System on a Chip, main processor
    • 266MHz MPC603e PowerPC core
    • 133MHz memory controller EDO/SDRAM
    • 32bit 33/66MHz PCI v2.2
    • I2C interface
    • JTAG
    • Dual serial ports
  • Micron MT48LC16M16A2TG-75D (IC8, IC11, IC16, IC19)
    • 4 x 4M x 16bit x 4banks = 4x 256Mbit = 128MB RAM
    • two more on the back of the mainboard
  • ST M29DW324DT 70N6 (IC7)
    • 4MB NOR Flash chip.
  • Silicon Image SerialLink SiI3512ECTU128 (IC1, IC2)
    • two 2-Port PCI SATA Host Controller
    • four S-ATA ports
  • Realtek RTL8110S-32 (IC13)
    • Gigabit ethernet controller
    • Unshielded RJ45 port
  • NEC D720101GJ (IC5)
    • USB2.0 host controller, EHCI and OHCI interface
    • Two USB Type-A connectors, at the back
  • NEC D78F0511 (IC14)
    • 8-bit ALL Flash MCU (microcontoller)
  • Power Supply Unit (Connected to CN13)
    • 100V-120V PSU : Tamura Corp reference 84310056 / GS TAM 0616
    • 200V-240V PSU : Tamura Corp reference 85310056 / GS TAM 0603
  • some more small chips, with unreadable labels

Notworth is the connector J1 (top right in the image) where a serial port (Tx, Rx, Vcc, GND) is exposed.

CN3 is the JTAG debugging port, it have all needed resistors populated, so you'll just have to sold a header and it'll be ready for using !

CN4, at the same location, likely connects to the 8bit NEC MCU (IC14) and exposes this signals: GND, VDD, CLK, RESET-, TXD, RXD, FLMDO, NC.

J1 should give you access to the primary serial port, most likely at v3.3 signal levels.

The resetbutton has not been populated, but it's functionality is most likely provided by the LCD pannel. The LCD pannel is connected via CN? a 15 (or 16) pin connector on the bottom right edge.

The 3 pin connector next to it looks like a regular fan connector and most likely controlls the system fan.

The big 8pin connector CN16 provieds power to the harddisks.

Special thanks go to User:MikeSchinkel for providing my with 30 images of his TSpro internals, what allowed me to do this writeup.

--Bg 16:02, 28 May 2006 (CEST)