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Dell EMC Edge Gateway 5200 Service Manual

January 2022 Rev. A00

Notes, cautions, and warnings

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Part I: Installation procedure for SSD............................................................................................4

Part II: Installation procedure for 4G and 5G expansion modules................................................... 7

Part III: Installation procedure for 2x isolated COM 422/485 or 232 uFM module.........................20

Part IV: Installation procedure for 2x GbE with PoE uFM module.................................................29

Part V: Installation procedure for 2x GbE LAN uFM module......................................................... 38

Part VI: Installation procedure for 2x Canbus uFM module...........................................................47

Part VII: Installation procedure for 8x DI/O uFM module............................................................. 54

Contents

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Installation procedure for SSD About this task

Installation of the SSD requires removal of the bottom panel, and the SSD bracket is preinstalled in the EGW-5200.

Steps

1. Remove the eight screws from the bottom panel of the EGW-5200, as shown in the following figure, and remove the bottom panel.

Figure 1. Bottom panel screw locations

NOTE: If 4G or 5G is installed, you must also remove the remaining four screws.

2. Remove the four screws of the SSD bracket, as shown in the following figure.

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Figure 2. SSD bracket screw locations

3. Use four screws to mount the 2.5" SSD to the SSD bracket, as shown in the following figure.

Figure 3. SSD mounted to SSD bracket

NOTE: Four M3 screws are included in the unit package.

4. Slide the SSD and SSD bracket assembly into place, with the SSD back to the device, as shown in the following figure. Replace the screws in step 2 to secure the assembly to the motherboard.

Installation procedure for SSD 5

Figure 4. SSD assembly installation

5. Reattach the bottom panel. See the screw locations in step 1.

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Installation procedure for 4G and 5G expansion modules

About this task

Installation of the 4G/5G expansion module requires an additional heat sink to ensure performance.

Use the paddle-style antennas that are included with the expansion kit. The following figure shows the dimensions of the antenna.

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Figure 5. 4G/5G/LTE antenna (dimensions in mm)

Table 1. Expansion module packing list - 4G

Item Quantity Notes

Screw M3 x 6L 1 Torque required: 4.0 kgf.cm

Screw M3 x 4L 7 Torque required: 4.0 kgf.cm

Standoff H7.8 1 Torque required: 4.5 kgf.cm

Standoff H19.5 2 Torque required: 4.5 kgf.cm

Bracket 1 -

4G M.2 1 -

SMA cable 3 -

Antenna 2 -

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Table 1. Expansion module packing list - 4G (continued)

Item Quantity Notes

4G label 1 -

4G heat sink 1 -

Thermal pad 1 -

Table 2. Expansion module packing list - 5G

Item Quantity Notes

Screw M3 x 6L 1 Torque required: 4.0 kgf.cm

Screw M3 x 4L 7 Torque required: 4.0 kgf.cm

Standoff H7.8 1 Torque required: 4.5 kgf.cm

Standoff H19.5 2 Torque required: 4.5 kgf.cm

Bracket 1 -

5G M.2 1 -

SMA cable 4 -

Antenna 4 -

5G label 1 -

5G heat sink 1 -

Thermal pad 1 -

Steps

1. Remove the eight screws from the bottom panel of the EGW-5200, as shown in the following figure, and remove the bottom panel.

Figure 6. Bottom panel screw locations

2. Remove the screws and nuts from the inside of the bottom panel and side panel, as shown in the following figures.

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Figure 7. Bottom panel screw locations

Figure 8. Side panel screws

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Figure 9. Side panel nuts

3. Remove the rubber insert from the ANT1, ANT4 (5G only), ANT5, and ANT6 antenna holes.

Figure 10. ANT1 antenna hole in side panel

Figure 11. ANT4, ANT5, and ANT6 antenna holes in back panel and side panel

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4. Install the SMA cables into the antenna holes in the back and side panels. Align the flat section of the gold connector tube with the flat section of the antenna hole. Position the cable connector so that the sheet metal of the panel is between the two washers.

Figure 12. Align SMA cable with antenna hole

Figure 13. Position sheet metal (A) between SMA cable connector washers (B, C)

Figure 14. SMA cables connected

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5. Wire the SMA cables to the M.2 module, as shown in the following figures. Use cable clips to secure the cables.

Figure 15. 4G cable routing

Table 3. 4G cable routing

Antenna Function Cable length (cm)

ANT1 4G Main 10

ANT5 4G GNSS 30

ANT6 4G Auxiliary 30

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Figure 16. 5G cable routing

Table 4. 5G cable routing

Antenna Function Cable length (cm)

ANT1 5G FR1 TX/RX 10

ANT4 LTE/5G RX 20

ANT5 LTE/5G RX 30

ANT6 5G FR1 TX/RX 30

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Figure 17. 5G M.2 module wiring

6. Install the 4G or 5G module in the location indicated with a red rectangle in the following figure.

Figure 18. M.2 module location

7. Apply the thermal pad, as shown in the following figure.

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Figure 19. Thermal pad

8. Slide the protection bracket of IPEX connectors into position, as shown in the following figure.

Installation procedure for 4G and 5G expansion modules 15

Figure 20. Protection bracket

9. Install the standoff, as shown in the following figure.

Figure 21. Standoff installed

10. Assemble the standoffs on the heat sink. Screw the standoffs tightly into position, as shown in the following figures.

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Figure 22. Standoff screw hole locations

Figure 23. Standoff screws assembled

11. To apply the heat sink onto the M.2 module, screw the heat sink into position, as shown in the following figure, then use the screws and nuts to reattach to the side panel.

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Figure 24. Heat sink installation

12. Organize the SMA cables in the chassis to avoid kinks.

Figure 25. SMA cable organization

13. Use the twelve screws to reattach the bottom panel to the chassis and the heat sink.

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Figure 26. Reattach the bottom panel

Installation procedure for 4G and 5G expansion modules 19

Installation procedure for 2x isolated COM 422/485 or 232 uFM module

About this task

Installation requires the removal of WiFi, as well as COM3 and COM4 ports. The 4-port COM cable must be replaced with a dual-port COM cable (included).

Table 5. Expansion module packing list for RS-422/485

Item Quantity Notes

Screw M3 x 4L 8 Torque required: 4.0 kgf.cm

Screw M2.5 x 6L 2 Torque required: 3.0 kgf.cm

Standoff H4 8 Torque required: 4.5 kgf.cm

Nut M3 4 Torque required: 4.0 kgf.cm

Cable tie 2 -

Rubber cap 2 -

Sheet metal I/O panel 1 -

RS-422 and RS-485 mPCIe 1 -

Dual-port COM cable 1 -

Cable 1 -

Cable 1 -

Cable 1 -

Table 6. Expansion module packing list for RS-232

Item Quantity Notes

Screw M3 x 4L 8 Torque required: 4.0 kgf.cm

Screw M2.5 x 6L 2 Torque required: 3.0 kgf.cm

Standoff H4 8 Torque required: 4.5 kgf.cm

Nut M3 4 Torque required: 4.0 kgf.cm

Cable tie 2 -

Rubber cap 2 -

Sheet metal I/O panel 1 -

RS-232 mPCIe 1 -

Dual-port COM cable 1 -

Cable 1 -

Steps

1. Remove the eight screws from the bottom panel of the EGW-5200, as shown in the following figure, and remove the bottom panel.

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Figure 27. Bottom panel screw locations

NOTE: If 4G or 5G is installed, you must also remove the remaining four screws.

2. To access the mPCIe assembly beneath, remove the heat sink. Remove the screws of the heat sink to the side panel and motherboard, as shown in the following figures.

Figure 28. Heat sink screw locations

3. Remove the screws that secure the mPCIe assembly to the motherboard, and disconnect the WiFi cables, as shown in the following figure, then remove the assembly (M.2 to mPCIe adapter board and WiFi card) from the motherboard.

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Figure 29. Motherboard screws and WiFi cable connectors

4. Disconnect the 4-port COM cable from the motherboard header and from the front I/O panel, and cut the cable tie, as shown in the following figure.

Figure 30. Disconnect COM port cable

5. Remove the SMA cables from the ANT2 and ANT3 antenna ports, as shown in the following figure.

Figure 31. Remove SMA cables

6. Install screws and nuts to holes (previously used to secure the heat sink) in the side panel and bottom panel, as shown in the following figures.

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Figure 32. Install screws and nuts on side panel

Figure 33. Install screws and nuts on bottom panel

NOTE: Reuse screws removed from this step.

7. Remove the screws of the front I/O panel, as shown in the following figure. Remove the 4-port COM cable from the front I/O panel.

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Figure 34. I/O panel screw locations

8. Install the new dual-port COM cable (included). Connect to the front I/O panel with the port labeled A to COM1 and B to COM2, then connect the other end of the cable to the motherboard header.

Figure 35. Connect new COM ports to I/O panel

Figure 36. Connect dual-port COM cable to motherboard header

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9. Secure the Isolated COM ports to the Isolated COM I/O panel. Use the four screws on the panel, as shown in the following figure.

Figure 37. COM ports installed on Isolated COM I/O panel

Use the following table to configure the Isolated COM ports.

Table 7. Isolated COM port mappings

Cable > Port Cable > Port

RS-422 A Label > Isolated COM A

RS-422 B Label > Isolated COM B

RS-422 A Label > Isolated COM A

RS-485 A Label > Isolated COM B

RS-485 A Label > Isolated COM A

RS-485 B Label > Isolated COM B

RS-232 > Isolated COM A

RS-232 > Isolated COM B

10. Secure the Isolated COM I/O panel to the front I/O panel. Use the two screws to the sides of the Isolated COM I/O panel and the two screws on the bottom edge of the chassis, as shown in the following figure.

Figure 38. Isolated COM I/O panel installed on front I/O panel

11. Install the Isolated COM mPCIe module on the motherboard. Use the two screws in the corners of the module, as shown in the following figure.

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Figure 39. Isolated COM 422/485 mPCIe installed on motherboard

Figure 40. Isolated COM 232 mPCIe installed on motherboard

12. Connect the cables from the Isolated COM ports to the Isolated COM mPCIe module. Use a cable tie, as shown with a red circle in the following figure.

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Figure 41. Cables from ports to Isolated COM 422/485 mPCIe module with cable tie

Figure 42. Cables from ports to Isolated COM 232 mPCIe module with cable tie (COM A > CN1, COM B > CN2)

13. Use the screws to reattach the bottom panel. See the screw locations in step 1.

14. Insert the rubber caps into the antenna holes, as shown in the following figure.

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Figure 43. Antenna hole caps

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Installation procedure for 2x GbE with PoE uFM module

About this task

Installation requires the removal of WiFi, as well as COM3 and COM4 ports. The 4-port COM cable will be replaced with an included dual-port COM cable.

Table 8. Expansion module packing list

Item Quantity Notes

Screw M3 x 6L 2 Torque required: 4.0 kgf.cm

Screw M3 x 4L 14 Torque required: 4.0 kgf.cm

Screw M3 x 5L 1 Torque required: 4.0 kgf.cm

Standoff H4 4 Torque required: 4.5 kgf.cm

Nut M3 4 Torque required: 4.0 kgf.cm

Screw M2.5 x 6L 2 Torque required: 3.0 kgf.cm

Cable tie 2 -

Rubber cap 2 -

Cable clip 1 -

Sheet metal I/O panel 1 -

Bracket 1 -

PoE PCBA 1 -

PoE mPCIe 1 -

Dual-port COM cable 1 -

Cable 2 -

Thermal pad 1 -

Steps

1. Remove the eight screws from the bottom panel of the EGW-5200, as shown in the following figure, and remove the bottom panel.

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Figure 44. Bottom panel screw locations

NOTE: If 4G or 5G is installed, you must also remove the remaining four screws.

2. To access the mPCIe assembly beneath, remove the heat sink. Remove the screws of the heat sink to the side panel and motherboard, as shown in the following figures.

Figure 45. Heat sink screw locations

3. Remove the screws that secure the mPCIe assembly to the motherboard, and disconnect the WiFi cables, as shown in the following figure, then remove the assembly (M.2 to mPCIe adapter board and WiFi card) from the motherboard.

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Figure 46. Motherboard screws and WiFi cable connectors

4. Disconnect the 4-port COM cable from the motherboard header and from the front I/O panel, and cut the cable tie, as shown in the following figure.

Figure 47. Disconnect COM port cable

5. Remove the SMA cables from the ANT2 and ANT3 antenna ports, as shown in the following figure.

Figure 48. Remove SMA cables

6. Install screws and nuts to holes (previously used to secure the heat sink) in the side panel and bottom panel, as shown in the following figures.

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Figure 49. Install screws and nuts on side panel

Figure 50. Install screws and nuts on bottom panel

NOTE: Reuse screws removed from Step 1. Nuts are included in the kit.

7. Remove the screws of the front I/O panel, as shown in the following figure. Remove the 4-port COM cable from the front I/O panel.

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Figure 51. I/O panel screw locations

8. Install the new dual-port COM cable (included). Connect to the front I/O panel with the port labeled A to COM1 and B to COM2, then connect the other end of the cable to the motherboard header.

Figure 52. Connect new COM ports to I/O panel

Figure 53. Connect dual-port COM cable to motherboard header

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9. Apply the thermal pad to the uFM module, and remove the nut and washer from the DC IN jack, as shown in the following figure.

Figure 54. Apply thermal pad and remove nut and washer

10. Connect the uFM board to the I/O panel that is included in the Expansion Module, using the two screws and the nut and washer of the DC IN jack, as shown in the following figures.

Figure 55. GbE with PoE I/O panel

Figure 56. GbE with PoE uFM module with I/O panel

11. Secure the bracket to the motherboard using four screws, as shown in the following figure.

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Figure 57. Bracket secured to motherboard

12. Secure the uFM module to the bracket and device chassis, and secure the GbE with PoE I/O panel to the front I/O panel, as shown in the following figures.

Figure 58. uFM module secured to bracket and chassis

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Figure 59. GbE with PoE I/O panel secured to front I/O panel

13. Install the cable clip to the bracket, as shown in the following figure.

Figure 60. Cable clip on bracket

14. Secure the mPCIe LAN board to the motherboard, as shown in the following figure.

Figure 61. mPCIe LAN board secured to motherboard

15. Connect the LAN cables from the GbE with PoE module to the mPCIe LAN board. Use cable ties, as shown with red circles in the following figure.

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Figure 62. LAN cables from GbE with PoE module to mPCIe LAN board with cable ties

16. Use the screws to reattach the bottom panel. See the screw locations in step 1.

17. Insert the rubber caps into the antenna holes, as shown in the following figure.

Figure 63. Antenna hole caps

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Installation procedure for 2x GbE LAN uFM module

About this task

Installation requires the removal of WiFi, as well as COM3 and COM4 ports. The 4-port COM cable will be replaced with an included dual-port COM cable.

Table 9. Expansion module packing list

Item Quantity Notes

Screw M3 x 6L 2 Torque required: 4.0 kgf.cm

Screw M3 x 4L 14 Torque required: 4.0 kgf.cm

Screw M3 x 5L 1 Torque required: 4.0 kgf.cm

Standoff H4 4 Torque required: 4.5 kgf.cm

Nut M3 4 Torque required: 4.0 kgf.cm

Screw M2.5 x 6L 2 Torque required: 3.0 kgf.cm

Cable tie 2 -

Rubber cap 2 -

Cable clip 1 -

Sheet metal I/O panel 1 -

Bracket 1 -

LAN PCBA 1 -

LAN mPCIe 1 -

Dual-port COM cable 1 -

LAN cable 2 -

Steps

1. Remove the eight screws from the bottom panel of the EGW-5200, as shown in the following figure, and remove the bottom panel.

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Figure 64. Bottom panel screw locations

NOTE: If 4G or 5G is installed, you must also remove the remaining four screws.

2. To access the mPCIe assembly beneath, remove the heat sink. Remove the screws of the heat sink to the side panel and motherboard, as shown in the following figures.

Figure 65. Heat sink screw locations

3. Remove the screws that secure the mPCIe assembly to the motherboard, and disconnect the WiFi cables, as shown in the following figure, then remove the assembly (M.2 to mPCIe adapter board and WiFi card) from the motherboard.

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Figure 66. Motherboard screws and WiFi cable connectors

4. Disconnect the 4-port COM cable from the motherboard header and from the front I/O panel, and cut the cable tie, as shown in the following figure.

Figure 67. Disconnect COM port cable

5. Remove the SMA cables from the ANT2 and ANT3 antenna ports, as shown in the following figure.

Figure 68. Remove SMA cables

6. Install screws and nuts to holes (previously used to secure the heat sink) in the side panel and bottom panel, as shown in the following figures.

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Figure 69. Install screws and nuts on side panel

Figure 70. Install screws and nuts on bottom panel

NOTE: Reuse screws removed from step 1. Nuts are included in the kit.

7. Remove the screws of the front I/O panel, as shown in the following figure. Remove the 4-port COM cable from the front I/O panel.

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Figure 71. I/O panel screw locations

8. Install the new dual-port COM cable (included). Connect to the front I/O panel with the port labeled A to COM1 and B to COM2, then connect the other end of the cable to the motherboard header.

Figure 72. Connect new COM ports to I/O panel

Figure 73. Connect dual-port COM cable to motherboard header

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9. Secure the GbE LAN uFM module to the GbE LAN I/O panel. Use the two screws on the panel, as shown in the following figure.

Figure 74. GbE LAN ports installed on GbE LAN I/O panel

10. Install the bracket on the motherboard, as shown in the following figure.

Figure 75. Bracket installed

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11. Secure the GbE LAN I/O panel to the front I/O panel. Use the two screws to the sides of the GbE LAN I/O panel and the two screws on the bottom edge of the chassis. Use three screws to secure the module to the bracket, as shown in the following figure.

Figure 76. GbE LAN module installed

12. Install the GbE LAN mPCIe module on the motherboard. Use the two screws in the corners of the module, as shown in the following figure.

Figure 77. GbE LAN mPCIe installed on motherboard

13. Attach the cable clip to the bracket, as shown in the following figure.

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Figure 78. Cable clip attached

14. Connect the LAN cables from the uFM module to the mPCIe module. Use a cable tie, as shown with red circles in the following figure.

Figure 79. Cables from uFM to mPCIe module with cable ties

15. Use the screws to reattach the bottom panel. See the screw locations in step 1.

16. Insert the rubber caps into the antenna holes, as shown in the following figure.

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Figure 80. Antenna hole caps

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Installation procedure for 2x Canbus uFM module

About this task

Installation requires the removal of WiFi, as well as COM3 and COM4 ports. The 4-port COM cable will be replaced with an included dual-port COM cable.

Table 10. Expansion module packing list

Item Quantity Notes

Screw M3 x 4L 8 Torque required: 4.0 kgf.cm

Standoff H4 8 Torque required: 4.5 kgf.cm

Screw M2.5 x 6L 2 Torque required: 3.0 kgf.cm

Nut M3 4 Torque required: 4.0 kgf.cm

Cable tie 2 -

Rubber cap 2 -

Sheet metal I/O panel 1 -

Canbus mPCIe 1 -

Dual-port COM cable 1 -

Cable 2 -

Steps

1. Remove the eight screws from the bottom panel of the EGW-5200, as shown in the following figure, and remove the bottom panel.

Figure 81. Bottom panel screw locations

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NOTE: If 4G or 5G is installed, you must also remove the remaining four screws.

2. To access the mPCIe assembly beneath, remove the heat sink. Remove the screws of the heat sink to the side panel and motherboard, as shown in the following figures.

Figure 82. Heat sink screw locations

3. Remove the screws that secure the mPCIe assembly to the motherboard, and disconnect the WiFi cables, as shown in the following figure, then remove the assembly (M.2 to mPCIe adapter board and WiFi card) from the motherboard.

Figure 83. Motherboard screws and WiFi cable connectors

4. Disconnect the 4-port COM cable from the motherboard header and from the front I/O panel, and cut the cable tie, as shown in the following figure.

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Figure 84. Disconnect COM port cable

5. Remove the SMA cables from the ANT2 and ANT3 antenna ports, as shown in the following figure.

Figure 85. Remove SMA cables

6. Install screws and nuts to holes (previously used to secure the heat sink) in the side panel and bottom panel, as shown in the following figures.

Figure 86. Install screws and nuts on side panel

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Figure 87. Install screws and nuts on bottom panel

NOTE: Reuse screws removed from step one. Nuts are included in the kit.

7. Remove the screws of the front I/O panel, as shown in the following figure. Remove the 4-port COM cable from the front I/O panel.

Figure 88. I/O panel screw locations

8. Install the new dual-port COM cable (included). Connect to the front I/O panel with the port labeled A to COM1 and B to COM2, then connect the other end of the cable to the motherboard header.

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Figure 89. Connect new COM ports to I/O panel

Figure 90. Connect dual-port COM cable to motherboard header

9. Secure the Canbus ports to the Canbus I/O panel. Use the four screws on the panel, as shown in the following figure.

Figure 91. Canbus ports installed on Canbus I/O panel

10. Secure the Canbus I/O panel to the front I/O panel. Use the two screws to the sides of the Canbus I/O panel and the two screws on the bottom edge of the chassis, as shown in the following figure.

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Figure 92. Canbus I/O panel installed on front I/O panel

11. Install the Canbus mPCIe module on the motherboard. Use the two screws in the corners of the module, as shown in the following figure.

Figure 93. Canbus mPCIe installed on motherboard

12. Connect the cables from the Canbus ports to the Canbus mPCIe module. Use a cable tie, as shown with a red circle in the following figure.

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Figure 94. Cables from ports to Canbus mPCIe module with cable tie

13. Use the screws to reattach the bottom panel. See the screw locations in step 1.

14. Insert the rubber caps into the antenna holes, as shown in the following figure.

Figure 95. Antenna hole caps

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Installation procedure for 8x DI/O uFM module

About this task

Installation requires the removal of COM3 and COM4 ports. The 4-port COM cable will be replaced with an included dual-port COM cable.

Table 11. Expansion module packing list

Item Quantity Notes

Screw M3 x 4L 12 Torque required: 4.0 kgf.cm

Screw M2.5 x 6L 2 Torque required: 3.0 kgf.cm

Screw M3 x 6L 2 Torque required: 4.0 kgf.cm

Standoff H4 6 Torque required: 4.5 kgf.cm

Standoff H7 2 Torque required: 4.5 kgf.cm

Nut M3 4 Torque required: 4.0 kgf.cm

Cable tie 2 -

Rubber cap 2 -

Sheet metal I/O panel 1 -

Bracket 1 -

DI/O PCBA 1 -

Dual-port COM cable 1 -

DI/O cable 1 -

Steps

1. Remove the eight screws from the bottom panel of the EGW-5200, as shown in the following figure, and remove the bottom panel.

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Figure 96. Bottom panel screw locations

NOTE: If 4G or 5G is installed, you must also remove the remaining four screws.

2. Remove the screws of the front I/O panel, as shown in the following figure.

Figure 97. I/O panel screw locations

3. Disconnect the 4-port COM cable from the motherboard header and from the front I/O panel, and cut the cable tie, as shown in the following figure.

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Figure 98. Disconnect COM port cable

4. Install the new dual-port COM cable (included). Connect to the front I/O panel with the port labeled A to COM1 and B to COM2, then connect the other end of the cable to the motherboard header.

Figure 99. Connect new COM ports to I/O panel

Figure 100. Connect dual-port COM cable to motherboard header

5. Secure the DI/O uFM module to the DI/O front panel. Use the two screws on the panel, as shown in the following figure.

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Figure 101. DI/O port installed on DI/O front panel

6. Install the bracket on the motherboard, as shown in the following figure.

Figure 102. Bracket installed

7. Install two standoffs on the bracket, as shown in the following figure.

Figure 103. Standoffs installed on bracket

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8. Secure the DI/O front panel to the main I/O panel. Use the two screws to the sides of the DI/O front panel and the two screws on the bottom edge of the chassis. Use two screws to secure the module to the standoffs on the bracket, as shown in the following figure.

Figure 104. DI/O module installed

9. Connect the DI/O cable. Use a cable tie, as shown with a red circle in the following figure.

Figure 105. DI/O cable with cable tie

Pin mappings are shown in the following figure and table.

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Figure 106. DI/O connector pin locations

Table 12. DI/O connector pin definitions

Pin Signal Pin Signal Pin Signal

1 DI0_L 10 DI0_H 19 DO0

2 DI1_L 11 DI1_H 20 DO1

3 DI2_L 12 DI2_H 21 DO2

4 DI3_L 13 DI3_H 22 DO3

5 DI4_L/DI5_L 14 DI4_H 23 DO4

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