Karbon 300 Technical Resources

Drivers

Windows 10

Manual and Documents

Spec Sheet & Dimensional Drawings

User Manual

BIOS Manual

Pykarbon MCU Programming Guide


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How do I enable automotive/ignition timings?

The K300 contains a microcontroller which among other things, controls the timings. You can read more on the controller here: https://www.onlogic.com/support/onlogic-systems/rugged/karbon-series/karbon-series-using-the-serial-interface

What PoE standards does the optional PoE model support?

802.3at – up to 25.5 watts per port

How do I enable auto power on?

Press Del to enter the BIOS and go to Chipset > Auto Power-On


Resetting the microcontroller

The onboard microcontroller (MCU) can be reset to resolve boot issues.

  • Unplug the K300 from DC power
  • Using a paperclip or similar object, depress the small button inside the Settings hole
  • Continue to hold the button down and plug in and power on the K300
  • The Watchdog LED will flash rapidly. The MCU has now been reset.
  • The watchdog LED will return to normal after the next reboot.

If the MCU reset does not restore the K300 to working order, the next step is to disassemble the unit and clear the CMOS. Instructions for doing so can be found in the next section.


Disassembly

Opening the K300 will not void your warranty, but you must take adequate ESD precautions to avoid damage caused by static electricity. A grounding strap is recommended.

  • Begin by removing the 4x Torx T10 screws from the case
  • Slide and flip the bottom cover off as shown.

Clear the CMOS

  • Unplug the unit from power and follow the disassembly steps above
  • Locate the clear button next to the battery and supercapacitor
  • Depress the button with a flathead screwdriver, fingernail, or similar object for 30 seconds
  • The CMOS is now clear. Power the unit back on. It may reboot multiple times before resuming normal operation.
  • If you continue to see issues, contact technical support.

Component Installation

  • Refer to the following motherboard schematic for component installation
  • Apply thermal pads from the accessory kit to any hardware installed
  • Hinge the bottom cover back on
  • Reinstall the case screws

Updated on June 3, 2021

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