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PM3222, PM3222W

DISTRIBUTED PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY

PM3222, PM3222W

Data bus:

32-bit EISA

Size:

Three-fourths length, full-height card

Hard drive supported:

Up to seven SCSI-2, SCSI-3 or Fast SCSI devices(PM3222)

Up to fifteen Wide SCSI devices (PM3222W)

Up to 45 Wide SCSI devices with expansion board upgrades

Floppy drives supported:

None

ADAPTER CONNECTIONS

Function

Location

3-pin connector - remote alarm

P4

4-pin connector - drive active LED

P6

50-pin SCSI bus 0 connector - internal

P10

Proprietary connector to SX4000 expansion module

P15A

Proprietary connector to SX4000 expansion module

P16A

50/68-pin SCSI bus 0 connector - external

J11

Note: 50-pin external ports are on the PM3222 models. 68-pin ports are on the PM3222W.

ADAPTER CONNECTIONS (CONTINUED)

Function

Location

LED - adapter busy

LED1/1

LED - computer bus transfer to adapter

LED1/2

LED - computer bus transfer from adapter

LED1/3

LED - cache hit

LED1/4

LED - disk read/ahead active

LED1/5

LED - disk read

LED1/6

LED - disk write

LED1/7

LED - adapter reset

LED1/8

LED - interrupt to computer pending

LED1/9

LED - DRQ to computer asserted

LED1/10

ECC enabled LED - green

LED2

Parity error LED - red

LED3

ECC error LED - red

LED4

Note: The configuration of the 10-segment LED1 is unidentified.

SX4000 EXPANSION MODULE CONNECTIONS

Function

Location

50-pin SCSI bus 1 connector - internal

P1

50-pin SCSI bus 2 connector - internal (see note)

P2

Proprietary connector from SX4000 module to adapter

P15B

Proprietary connector from SX4000 module to adapter

P16B

Note: There are four versions of the SX4000 expansion module: SX4000/1, SX4000W/1, SX4000/2

and SX4000W/2. The first two modules have a single SCSI connector (P1). This adds one bus,

supporting seven additional devices on the PM3222 and an additional fifteen on the PM3222W.

Expansion modules SX4000/2 and SX4000W/2 each have two SCSI connectors (P1 and P2).

This adds two buses, permitting the PM3222 to support an additional 14 devices, and the

PM3222W to support an additional 30.

Proprietary connectors P15B and P16B are on the reverse side of the expansion module.

DRAM CONFIGURATION

Size

Bank 0

Bank 1

Bank 2

Bank 3

1MB

(1) 256K x 36

None

None

None

1MB

None

(1) 256K x 36

None

None

1MB

None

None

(1) 256K x 36

None

1MB

None

None

None

(1) 256K x 36

2MB

(1) 256K x 36

(1) 256K x 36

None

None

2MB

None

(1) 256K x 36

(1) 256K x 36

None

2MB

None

None

(1) 256K x 36

(1) 256K x 36

3MB

(1) 256K x 36

(1) 256K x 36

(1) 256K x 36

None

3MB

None

(1) 256K x 36

(1) 256K x 36

(1) 256K x 36

3MB

(1) 256K x 36

None

(1) 256K x 36

(1) 256K x 36

3MB

(1) 256K x 36

(1) 256K x 36

None

(1) 256K x 36

4MB

(1) 256K x 36

(1) 256K x 36

(1) 256K x 36

(1) 256K x 36

4MB

(1) 1M x 36

None

None

None

4MB

None

(1) 1M x 36

None

None

4MB

None

None

(1) 1M x 36

None

4MB

None

None

None

(1) 1M x 36

8MB

(1) 1M x 36

(1) 1M x 36

None

None

8MB

None

(1) 1M x 36

(1) 1M x 36

None

8MB

None

None

(1) 1M x 36

(1) 1M x 36

12MB

(1) 1M x 36

(1) 1M x 36

(1) 1M x 36

None

12MB

None

(1) 1M x 36

(1) 1M x 36

(1) 1M x 36

12MB

(1) 1M x 36

None

(1) 1M x 36

(1) 1M x 36

12MB

(1) 1M x 36

(1) 1M x 36

None

(1) 1M x 36

16MB

(1) 1M x 36

(1) 1M x 36

(1) 1M x 36

(1) 1M x 36

16MB

(1) 4M x 36

None

None

None

16MB

None

(1) 4M x 36

None

None

16MB

None

None

(1) 4M x 36

None

16MB

None

None

None

(1) 4M x 36

32MB

(1) 4M x 36

(1) 4M x 36

None

None

32MB

None

(1) 4M x 36

(1) 4M x 36

None

32MB

None

None

(1) 4M x 36

(1) 4M x 36

48MB

(1) 4M x 36

(1) 4M x 36

(1) 4M x 36

None

48MB

None

(1) 4M x 36

(1) 4M x 36

(1) 4M x 36

48MB

(1) 4M x 36

None

(1) 4M x 36

(1) 4M x 36

48MB

(1) 4M x 36

(1) 4M x 36

None

(1) 4M x 36

64MB

(1) 4M x 36

(1) 4M x 36

(1) 4M x 36

(1) 4M x 36

Notes: Although not shown above, 1MB, 4MB and 16MB SIMMs can be combined and DPT ECC SIMMs

can replace parity SIMMs of 4MB or 16MB. Single sided SIMMs are preferred, but low-profile

double sided 2M and 8MB increments are supported.