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DLT 4000 (INTERNAL DIFFERENTIAL)

QUANTUM CORPORATION

DLT 4000 (INTERNAL DIFFERENTIAL)

Device Type

Internal Tape Drive

Interface

SCSI-2 Fast/Wide/Differential

Format

DLT

Sustained Transfer Rate

1.5 MBPS

3.0 MBPS (compressed)

Size

5.25 in. full height

View

Top

CONNECTIONS

Function

Label

Proprietary Power connector

CN1

USER CONFIGURABLE SETTINGS

Setting

Label

Position

»

Factory configured - do not alter.

JP1/Pins 1 & 2

Unidentified

»

Factory configured - do not alter.

JP1/Pins 5 - 26

Unidentified

»

Factory configured - do not alter.

JP2/Pins 1 - 26

Unidentified

»

Factory configured - do not alter.

JP3/Pins 1 - 6

Unidentified

»

Remote ID enabled

JP4/Pins 1 & 2

Closed

 

Remote ID disabled

JP4/Pins 1 & 2

Open

 

Parity check disabled

JP4/Pins 3 & 4

Closed

 

Parity check enabled

JP4/Pins 3 & 4

Open

»

Factory configured - do not alter. (Loader Connector)

JP5/Pins 1 - 10

Unidentified

DRIVE SELECT ID

Drive ID

JP4/Pins 5 & 6

JP4/Pins 7 & 8

JP4/Pins 9 & 10

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

Note: Pins 1 & 2 of JP4 are to be closed when selecting SCSI IDs.

TERMINATION POWER SELECTION

Setting

JP1/Pins 3 & 4

»

TERMPWR supplied by drive

Closed

 

TERMPWR supplied by SCSI interface to drive

Open

MANUFACTURERS RECOMMENDED MEDIA

Tape

Capacity Without Compression

Capacity With Compression

DLT tape III 1100ft.

10GB

20GB

DLT tape IIIxt 1800ft.

15GB

35GB

DLT tape IV 1800ft.

20GB

40GB

DIAGNOSTIC LED(S)

LED

Color

Status

Condition

Write Protect

Orange

On

Cartridge is write-protected.

Write Protect

Orange

Off

Cartridge is write-enabled.

Tape In Use

Yellow

Blinking

Cartridge is loaded and tape is moving.

Tape In Use

Yellow

On

Cartridge is loaded and ready for use.

Use Cleaning Tape

Yellow

On

Drive head requires cleaning, or tape is bad.

Use Cleaning Tape

Yellow

Remains on after cleaning tape unloaded

Cleaning tap attempted to clean drive head, tape expired, cleaning not performed.

Use Cleaning Tape

Yellow

Turns on when data cartridge loaded after cleaning

Problem data cartridge. Attempt different cartridge.

Use Cleaning Tape

Yellow

Off

Cleaning complete, or cleaning unnecessary.

Operate Handle

Green

On

Okay to operate cartridge insert/release handle

Operate Handle

Green

Off

Do not operate cartridge insert/release handle

Operate Handle

Green

Blinking

Close handle and wait for steady green indication before inserting cartridge.

2.6

Yellow

On

Indicates tape is recorded in 2.6GB format.

2.6

Yellow

Blinking

Indicates tape is recorded in another density selected for a write from BOT.

6.0

Yellow

On

Indicates tape is recorded in 6.0GB format.

6.0

Yellow

Blinking

Indicates tape is recorded in another density selected for a write from BOT.

10.0/15.0

Yellow

On

Indicates tape is recorded in 10.0GB format if DLT™ tape III is used. Indicates tape is recorded in 15.0GB format if DLT™ tape IIIxt is used.

10.0/15.0

Yellow

Blinking

Indicates tape is recorded in another density selected for a write from BOT.

20.0

Yellow

On

Indicates tape is recorded in 20.0GB format.

DIAGNOSTIC LED(S)

LED

Color

Status

Condition

20.0

Yellow

Blinking

Indicates tape is recorded in another density selected for a write from BOT.

Compress

Yellow

On

Compression mode enabled (10.0, 15.0, and 35.0GB densities only).

Compress

Yellow

Off

Compression mode disabled.

Density Override

Yellow

On

Density from front panel selected. Density to be selected by the host (automatic).

Density Override

Yellow

Off

You are in density selection mode.

Note: All four right side or all seven left side indicators ‘On’ designates that the Power-on self-test (POST) is starting. All four right side or all seven left side indicators ‘Blinking’ designates that an error has occurred in the POST; clear the error by pressing the unload button, or turn drive power off and then on again. If error remains service is required.