Manual and Documents
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
The K700 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
802.3at – up to 25.5 watts per port
Enter the BIOS and go to Advanced > PCH-IO Configuration > Auto Power-On. See below for a step by step guide.
Required tools: Torx T10 Driver, P2 Phillips Driver
Opening the K700 does not void the manufacturer’s warranty. However, some precautions are necessary to avoid damaging the unit.
- Perform this disassembly in an area free of static discharge
- Before beginning, touch a grounded metal surface to discharge your body of static electricity
- Remove the 6x case screws from the sides of the K700 and lift away the bottom cover.
- Remove any modbay cards by taking out the Phillips screws and lifting them straight out.
- Pull the metal shroud upward out of the case. Tip: grab it by the metal tabs.
The motherboard is now accessible. The figure below details the different thermal pads required from add-on components.
Enabling Auto Power On
Auto power on will automatically turn on the K700 after power failure. This feature can be enabled in the BIOS.
- Power on the K700 and immediately press the Del key a few times until you get the “Front Page” menu
- Use the arrow keys to select “Setup Utility” and press enter
- Navigate to the Advanced tab and open the PCH-IO Configuration submenu
- Change the Auto Power-On opttion to Enabled
- From the Exit tab, Exit Saving Changes
- Auto power on is now enabled
Clearing the CMOS
If the K700 fails to power on or otherwise function, clearing the CMOS may help restore it to a working state. The CMOS must be reset via this method – removing the battery will not work due to the supercap feature.
- Unplug the system from all power and peripherals and perform the disassembly steps above.
- Locate the BIOS_DFLT jumper
- Short the two pins for 30 seconds with a conductive object such as a screwdriver
- The CMOS is now clear. Reassemble and power on the unit. It may reboot several times before displaying video.
- If the unit still fails to function, contact technical support.
Din Mounting Kit Assembly
MTW106 & MTD103
- Remove the 2x DIN clips and the mounting bracket from the accessory box
- Install the DIN clips onto the brackets using the small screws that came with the clips.
- Align clips as shown
- Install the mounting brackets to the bottom of the K700
- Final assembly shown