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12/24 GB DAT 6 CASSETTE AUTOLOADER

COMPAQ COMPUTER CORPORATION

12/24 GB DAT 6 CASSETTE AUTOLOADER

Device Type

Internal Tape Drive

Interface

SCSI-2 Fast

Format

DAT, DDS-3

Sustained Transfer Rate

1 MBPS (native), 2 MBPS (compressed)

Size

5.25 in. full height

View

Top

USER CONFIGURABLE SETTINGS

Setting

Label

Position

Factory configured - do not alter

JP1/Pin 9

Unidentified

Media Recognition System disabled

SW2/3

On

Media Recognition System enabled

SW2/3

Off

Factory configured - do not alter

SW2/4

On

Factory configured - do not alter

SW2/5

On

Factory configured - do not alter

SW2/6

On

Factory configured - do not alter

SW2/7

On

Factory configured - do not alter

SW2/8

On

DRIVE SELECT ID

Drive ID

JP1/Pins 3 & 4

JP1/Pins 5 & 6

JP1/Pins 7 & 8

0

Open

Open

Open

1

Open

Open

Closed

2

Open

Closed

Open

3

Open

Closed

Closed

4

Closed

Open

Open

5

Closed

Open

Closed

6

Closed

Closed

Open

7

Closed

Closed

Closed

OPTION SWITCH SETTINGS

Setting

SW1/1

SW1/2

SW1/3

SW1/4

Re-sequencing and LUN 1 Magazine Ready enabled

On

On

On

Off

Re-sequencing, LUN 0 Drive Inquiry, and LUN 1 Magazine Ready enabled

Off

On

On

Off

Auto-stack and auto-eject enabled

On

Off

Off

Off

All options disabled

On

On

On

On

DATA COMPRESSION SETTINGS

Setting

SW2/1

SW2/2

Enable compression at power-up with SCSI interface

On

On

Enable compression at power-up without SCSI interface

On

Off

Disable compression at power-up with SCSI interface

Off

On

Disable compression at power-up without SCSI interface

Off

Off

TERMINATION POWER SELECTION

Setting

JP1/Pins 1 & 2

TERMPWR supplied by drive

Closed

 

TERMPWR supplied by SCSI interface to drive

Open

MANUFACTURERS RECOMMENDED MEDIA

Tape

Sony 60m (DG-60M)

Fuji 90m (DG-90M)

Fuji 120m (DG-120M)

Sony 125m (DGD-125m)

Fuji 125m (DG3-125m)

Maxell 125m (HS 4/125s)

DIAGNOSTIC LED(S)

LED

Color

Status

Condition

LED1

Green

On

A tape magazine is loaded in the drive

LED1

Green

Blinking

A tape magazine is being loaded in the drive

LED1

Green

Off

A tape magazine is not loaded in drive

LED2

Green

On

A cartridge is loaded in the drive

LED2

Green

Blinking fast

The drive is reading/writing or is in a power diagnostic mode

LED2

Green

Blinking slow

A cartridge is being loaded in drive

LED2

Green

Off

No tape activity

LED3

Amber

On

A fatal hardware error has occurred

LED3

Amber

Blinking

A non-fatal error has occurred

LED3

Amber

Off

Drive operation is good