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DTC5150X, DTC5160X

DATA TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION

DTC5150X, DTC5160X

Data bus: 8-bit, ISA.

Size: Half-length, full-height card.

Hard drives supported: DTC5150X:Two MFM ST506/412 drives

DTC5160X:Two RLL ST506/412 drives

Floppy drives supported: None

CONNECTIONS

Function

Location

34-pin control cable connector-hard drive

J1

20-pin data cable connector-drive 0

J2

20-pin data cable connector-drive 1

J3

4-pin connector-drive active LED

J5

USER CONFIGURABLE SETTINGS

Function

Location

Setting

615 cylinders, 4 heads

W3 (5150x only)

closed

 

BIOS drive type selected at low-level (see table below)

W3 (5150x only)

open

Factory configured - do not alter

W2/jumper 4

open

BIOS ADDRESS

Address

W2/jumper 1

W2/jumper 2

W2/jumper 3

disabled

open

-

-

C8000

closed

closed

closed

CA000

closed

closed

open

D8000

closed

open

closed

F4000

closed

open

open

DRIVE TYPES FOR THE "CXD" BIOS

FOR USE WITH THE 5150X ONLY

DRIVE TYPE FOR THE "CRD" BIOS

FOR USE WITH THE 5160X ONLY

 

Hds./Cyls./WPC

/Hds./Cyls./WPC

0

4 / 615 / 256

4 / 615 / none

1

5 / 733 / 300

4 / 820 / none

2

4 / 615 / 128

6 / 615 / none

3

4 / 306 / none

4 / 615 / 128

4

5 / 987 / none

6 / 820 / none

5

7 / 987 / none

8 / 1024 / none

6

4 / 615 / none

9 / 1024 / none

7

6 / 615 / none

15 /1024 / none

8

5 / 977 / none

4 / 612 / none

9

6 / 820 / none

4 / 615 / 410

10

4 / 612 / none

6 / 615 / none

11

5 / 1024 / none

5 / 989 / none

12

8 / 1024 / none

Not available

13

9 / 1024 / none

Not available

14

15 / 918 / none

Not available

15

Special Setting

Not available

REVISION HISTORY

DTC5150x

DTC5160x

Rev.

Date

Description

Rev.

Date

Description

A

06-30-88

Initial release

A

06-17-88

Initial release

B

08-08-88

AT LED connector

B

08-08-88

AT LED connector

C

10-05-88

BIOS address jumpers

C

10-05-88

BIOS address jumpers

D

01-16-89

CXD23A BIOS

D

01-10-89

CXD23A BIOS

MISCELLANEOUS TECHNICAL NOTES

This controller has a built-in, low-level format program. To enter the program run the DEBUG utility supplied with DOS and at the prompt enter: G=C800:5.