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ASUS CUBX User’s Manual98
7. APPENDIX
7. APPENDIX
ASUS CIDB Module
7.2.2 Setting up the ASUS CIDB
7.2.3 ASUS CIDB Additional Considerations
1. If there is no power to the motherboard (i.e. removing the power cord or turning
the power supply’s switch off), the alarm will not sound but the CIDB will still
memorize an intrusion event which BIOS will detect on the next bootup.
2. Any chassis intrusion detection components on the motherboard will not work if
the CIDB is used.
3. The P2B-LS motherboard must use an external battery pack on the EXTBATT
connector or else neither the alarm or intrusion memory functions will work.
5. To stop the alarm from sounding, use the BIOS setup or momentarily place a
jumper on (or short manually) the CLR jumper. Note that the jumper must be
removed for the CIDB to work normally again.
6. If you have an updated BIOS with intrusion support, booting the computer after
an intrusion may require a password if configured through BIOS.
Normal Clear
Clear:
Stops the alarm
from sounding
CLR CLR
Enable Disable
PHOTO:
Enable/Disable
the Photo Sensor
PHOTO PHOTO
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MS1/MS2:
Micro Switches from the chassis
panels can be connected here
to trigger chassis intrusion.
(Only one pair--MS1 or MS2--should
be used for switch open detection.)
MS1
MS2
VR:
Sensitivity adjustment for
the photo sensor.
(5) is the most sensitive.
(0) is the least sensitive.
1
2
3
4
5
0
(not sensitive) best
range
(sensitive)
CR2032 3V
Lithium Cell
Buzzer
MS1
MS2 SWITCH
CHASIS
CIDBOUT
(Reserved)
SMBIN
SMBOUT
CLR
PHOTO
OR
VR
Close Open
SWITCH Close:
Intrusion event triggered
if either MS1 or MS2 is closed
SWITCH Open:
Intrusion event triggered
if MS1 and MS2 are opened
SWITCH
1
1
SWITCH
SMBIN
SMBOUT
SMBCLK
Ground
SMBDATA
+5V
1
SMBCLK
Ground
SMBDATA
+5V
1
SMBIN:
Connects to the motherboard’s
SMB connector through an SMB cable
SMBOUT:
Connects to another
SMB device (if used)
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