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Figure 1. VCCI Compliance Statement
Figure 2. CE insignia
Figure 1-1. Onyx Rackmount Graphics Workstation
Figure 1-2. Onyx Rackmount Graphics Workstation Functional Block Diagram
Figure 1-3. Onyx System Chassis
Figure 1-4. InfiniteReality Graphics Subsystem Functional Block Diagram
Figure 1-5. RE2 Graphics Subsystem Functional Block Diagram
Figure 2-1. Chassis Front and Rear Views
Figure 2-2. Onyx Rackmount Chassis With Doors Open
Figure 2-3. Power Switches and Indicators
Figure 2-4. Onyx System I/O Panels
Figure 2-5. InfiniteReality Graphics and Main I/O Panel Connector Labels
Figure 2-6. RE2 and Main Graphics I/O Panel Connectors
Figure 2-7. 13W3 Connector Pins for InfiniteReality Monitor Connector
Figure 2-8. InfiniteReality StereoView Connector Pinouts
Figure 2-9. InfiniteReality S-Video Connector Pinouts
Figure 2-10. RE2 and VTX 13W3 Monitor Connector Pinouts
Figure 2-11. Cardcage 2 and 3 I/O Panels
Figure 2-12. Powered and Unpowered Serial Connectors
Figure 2-13. Parallel Port Connector Pinouts
Figure 2-14. System Controller
Figure 2-15. SCSIBox Drive Enclosures
Figure 2-16. Power Supply Enclosure and OLSs
Figure 3-1. 21-Inch Monitor Connectors
Figure 3-2. 21-Inch Monitor Controls
Figure 3-3. InfiniteReality Video Peripherals Connection Example
Figure 3-4. RE2 and VTX Video Peripherals Connection Example
Figure 3-5. Keyboard Connection
Figure 3-6. Opening the SCSIBox
Figure 3-7. Installing a Front-Loading Device
Figure 3-8. Connecting the System Power Cable
Figure 3-9. Power Switch
Figure 3-10. System Controller Key Switch
Figure 3-11. Selecting a Channel Format
Figure 3-12. Main Window With a Channel Rectangle Selected
Figure 3-13. Controls Menu
Figure 3-14. Options Menu
Figure 4-1. Channel Adapter Settings (Different Channel Configurations)
Figure 4-2. Channel Adapter Settings (Same Channel Configurations)
Figure 4-3. Removing a SCSIBox Drive Shelf
Figure 4-4. Connecting an External SCSI Device
Figure 4-5. 68-Pin Connector Pin Numbering
Figure 4-6. Loading a Disc Into the CD-ROM Drive
Figure 4-7. Connecting a Serial Printer or ASCII Terminal
Figure 4-8. Connecting a Parallel Printer
Figure 6-1. Basic Guidelines for VDT Workstation Adjustment (Adapted From ANSI/HFS 100, 1988)
Figure B-1. 8-mm Tape Drive Front Panel
Figure B-2. Handling a Compact Disc
Figure B-3. CD-ROM Front Panel Features
Figure B-4. CD-ROM Drive LED Status Indicators
Figure B-5. Tape Head Cleaning
Figure D-1. IO4 with VCAM
Figure D-2. Mezzanine Types Available With Optional Second IO4
Figure D-3. Optional Second and Third IO4 Configuration
Figure E-1. Placement of the VCAM Board on the IO4 Board for CC2
Figure E-2. IO4 Base Board Functional Block Diagram
Figure E-3. VMECC, the VMEbus Adapter
Figure E-4. I/O Address to System Address Mapping
Figure E-5. VMEbus Interrupt Generation
Figure E-6. InfiniteReality Card Cage 1 and 2 Slot Assignments
Figure E-7. InfiniteReality CC3 Slot Assignments
Figure E-8. Power Board Locations in the Rackmount Onyx
Figure E-9. RealityEngine2 Card Cage 1 and 2 Slot Assignments
Figure E-10. Rackmount RealityEngine2 Card Cage 3 Slot Assignments
Figure E-11. VMEbus Midplane Jumpers
Figure E-12. A Silicon Graphics 6U Converter Board
Figure E-13. VME Handshake