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TDC 3620, TDC 3640, TDC 3660 (VER. 2)

TANDBERG DATA

TDC 3620, TDC 3640, TDC 3660 (VER. 2)

Device Type

Tape Drive

Interface

SCSI-2

Format

QIC-24 (TDC3620), QIC-120 (TDC3640), QIC-150 (TDC3660 VER. 2)

Sustained Transfer Rate

Unidentified

Size

5.25 in. half height

View

Top

CONNECTIONS

Function

Label

Ground connector

CN1

Note: CN1 not present on all models.

USER CONFIGURABLE SETTINGS

Setting

Label

Position

Factory configured - do not alter. (Serial communication out)

JP1/Pins 1 & 2

Unidentified

Factory configured - do not alter. (Serial communication in)

JP1/Pins 3 & 4

Unidentified

 

Parity check enabled

JP1/Pins 5 & 6

Closed

 

Parity check disabled

JP1/Pins 5 & 6

Open

DRIVE SELECT ID

Drive ID

JP1/Pins 7 & 8

JP1/Pins 9 & 10

JP1/Pins 11 & 12

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 2 & 4 of JP1 must be open to enable SCSI ID select. With Pins 2 & 4 of JP1 closed, factory test functions are enabled via pins 7-12.

MANUFACTURERS RECOMMENED MEDIA

Drive

Tape

Capacity Without Compression

Capacity With Compression

TDC 3620

3M® DC300XL 137m

45MB

Unidentified

TDC 3620

3M® DC300XLP 137m

45MB

Unidentified

TDC 3620

DEI 169m

55MB

Unidentified

TDC 3620

DEI Ser. II Gold Plus 169m

55MB

Unidentified

TDC 3620

3M® DC600A 183m

60MB

Unidentified

TDC 3620

3M® DC600XTD 183m

60MB

Unidentified

TDC 3640

3M® DC600A 183m

125MB

Unidentified

TDC 3640

3M® DC600XTD 183m

125MB

Unidentified

TDC 3660 (VER. 2)

3M® DC600A 183m

125MB

Unidentified

TDC 3660 (VER. 2)

3M® DC600XTD 183m

125MB

Unidentified

TERMINATING RESISTOR CONFIGURATION

Function

RP1

RP2

RP3

Termination enabled

Terminator installed

Terminator installed

Terminator installed

Termination disabled

Terminator not installed

Terminator not installed

Terminator not installed

DIAGNOSTIC LED(S)

LED1 (Red) Blink-Code*

Condition

Fatal Error

Short

Short

Short

Short

Short

Short

No error

 

Short

Short

Short

Short

Short

Long

Append error

 

Short

Short

Short

Short

Long

Short

Bad command block

 

Short

Short

Short

Short

Long

Long

Bad parameter block

 

Short

Short

Short

Long

Short

Short

Bus parity error

 

Short

Short

Short

Long

Short

Long

Busy

 

Short

Short

Short

Long

Long

Short

Capst. servo error

B

Short

Short

Short

Long

Long

Long

Cartridge removed

 

Short

Short

Long

Short

Short

Short

Compare error

 

Short

Short

Long

Short

Short

Long

Copy data error

 

Short

Short

Long

Short

Long

Short

Copy managem. error

 

Short

Short

Long

Short

Long

Long

File mark error

 

Short

Short

Long

Long

Short

Short

Head servo error

B

Short

Short

Long

Long

Short

Long

Illegal command

 

Short

Short

Long

Long

Long

Short

Illeagal copy

 

Short

Short

Long

Long

Long

Long

Illegal length

 

Short

Long

Short

Short

Short

Short

Inappropriate request

 

Short

Long

Short

Short

Short

Long

Latch error

A

Short

Long

Short

Short

Long

Short

No cartridge

 

Short

Long

Short

Short

Long

Long

Not loaded

 

Short

Long

Short

Long

Short

Short

Power-on request

 

Short

Long

Short

Long

Short

Long

QIC. No data detected

 

Short

Long

Short

Long

Long

Short

Read after write error

 

Short

Long

Short

Long

Long

Long

Read EOM logical

 

Short

Long

Long

Short

Short

Short

Read EOM physical

 

Short

Long

Long

Short

Short

Long

Reserv. Conflict

 

Short

Long

Long

Short

Long

Short

Sensor error

B

Short

Long

Long

Short

Long

Long

Tape runnout

B

Short

Long

Long

Long

Short

Short

Unit attention

 

Short

Long

Long

Long

Short

Long

Write EOM warning

 

Short

Long

Long

Long

Long

Short

Write EOM

 

Short

Long

Long

Long

Long

Long

Cartridge write prot.

 

Long

Short

Short

Short

Short

Short

16 rewrite errors

 

Long

Short

Short

Short

Short

Long

24 rereads. Blk. fnd.

 

Long

Short

Short

Short

Long

Short

24 rereads. Not fnd.

 

Long

Short

Short

Short

Long

Long

Illegal copy function

 

Long

Short

Short

Long

Short

Short

Illegal header

 

Long

Short

Short

Long

Short

Long

No header

 

Long

Short

Short

Long

Long

Short

Too large address

 

Long

Short

Short

Long

Long

Long

Bad ID or LUN

 

Long

Short

Long

Short

Short

Short

Partial Description

 

Long

Short

Long

Short

Short

Long

Bad target status

 

Long

Short

Long

Short

Long

Short

Check condition

 

Long

Short

Long

Short

Long

Long

Data transfer error

 

Long

Short

Long

Long

Short

Short

Selection failure

 

DIAGNOSTIC LED(S) CONTINUED

LED1 (Red) Blink-Code*

Condition

Fatal Error

Long

Short

Long

Long

Short

Long

Sequence error

 

Long

Short

Long

Long

Long

Short

Illegal block size

 

Long

Long

Short

Short

Short

Long

Buffer size error

A

Long

Long

Short

Short

Long

Short

Rereads outside limits

 

Long

Long

Short

Short

Long

Long

Rewrites outside limits

 

Long

Long

Short

Long

Short

Short

Buffer error. Low nibble

A

Long

Long

Short

Long

Short

Long

Buffer error. High nibble

A

Long

Long

Short

Long

Long

Short

Unspec. fatal error

 

Long

Long

Short

Long

Long

Long

Timeout error

B

Long

Long

Long

Short

Short

Short

Buffer RAM error

A

Long

Long

Long

Short

Short

Long

Drive contr. Error

A

Long

Long

Long

Short

Long

Short

EEPROM verification

A

Long

Long

Long

Short

Long

Long

EEPROM error

A

Long

Long

Long

Long

Short

Short

External RAM error

A

Long

Long

Long

Long

Short

Long

SCSI contr. Error

A

Long

Long

Long

Long

Long

Short

Spurious interrupt

B

Long

Long

Long

Long

Long

Long

Stack overflow

B

Note: Type A Code: Error cannot be reset. Drive will continue to report error with a blinking code once

initial error has occurred. Service is required.

Type B Code: Errors are failures in the Drive or the cartridge. Error can be cleared by RESET and

information saved in EEPROM.

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