Specifications for Macintosh Performa 6360 series computers

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Technical
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Specifications for Macintosh Performa 6360 series computers
Technical Information
Main unit
Processor
A PowerPC™ 603e processor with the following features:
m 160 megahertz (MHz) processor clock
m built-in floating point unit (FPU)
m 40 MHz system bus
m 32 kilobytes (K) internal cache (16K data, 16K instructions)
Memory
m 16 megabytes (MB) of dynamic random-access memory (DRAM),
expandable to a maximum of 136 MB in two sockets.
The main logic board has 8 MB soldered to it, and an 8-MB DRAM Dual
Inline Memory Module (DIMM) is installed in one of the sockets. DRAM
DIMMs installed later should be 64-bit wide, 168-pin fast-paged mode,
with 70-nanosecond (ns) RAM access time or faster.
m 1 MB of built-in video RAM (VRAM)
m 4 MB of read-only memory (ROM)
m 8 kilobytes (K) of nonvolatile parameter memory
m one socket for an optional High Performance Module (256K level 2 cache)
Internal disk drives
The following drives were installed in your computer at the factory:
m Apple SuperDrive 1.4 MB high-density floppy disk drive
m Apple ATA (AT Attachment) hard disk drive, also known as an Integrated
Device Electronics (IDE) hard disk drive
Some Macintosh Performa computers have a built-in SCSI CD-ROM drive
(5.25-inch, 1/2-height 8x-speed).
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CD-ROM specifications
m Disc diameter
120 millimeters (mm) (4.7 inches)
and 80 mm (3.2 inches)
m Scanning velocity
1.2–1.4 meters per second (normal speed)
m Rotation speed (varies over radius):
Normal speed
~530 to 230 revolutions per minute (rpm)
Double speed
~1060 to 460 rpm
Eight-times speed
~4240 to 1840 rpm
m Average latency (varies over radius):
Normal speed
~55 to 130 milliseconds (ms)
Double speed
~27.5 to 65 ms
Eight-times speed
~6.88 to 16.25 ms
m Blocks per rotation
~8.4 to 19.5 variable
m Average access time (typical):
Normal speed
Double speed
Eight-times speed
380 ms
270 ms
160 ms
Data
m Data capacity
656 megabytes (MB), Mode 1
748 MB, Mode 2
m Number of blocks per disc
336,150
m Data per block
2048 bytes, Mode 1
2336 bytes, Mode 2
m Address description
Minutes, seconds, blocks
Audio capacity
m Playing time
74 minutes, 42 seconds
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Modes supported
m Audio CD
m CD-ROM
Modes 1 and 2
m CD-ROM XA
Mode 2, Forms 1 and 2
m CD-I
Mode 2, Forms 1 and 2
m CD-I
Ready
m CD-I
Bridge
m Photo CD
Single session and multisession
m Video CD
m CD-WO
Data streaming and transfer rates
m Blocks per second:
Normal speed
Double speed
Eight-times speed
75
150
600
m User kilobytes (K) per second:
Normal speed
150K, Mode 1
171.1K, Mode 2
Double speed
300K, Mode 1
342.2K, Mode 2
Eight-times speed
1200K, Mode 1
1368.8K, Mode 2
m SCSI bus burst rate (typical):
Asynchronous
Synchronous
5.0 MB per second
10.0 MB per second
Laser
m Type: Semiconductor GaAlAs laser
m Wavelength: 770 to 795 nanometers
m Output power: 0.2 to 0.6 milliwatts
m Beam divergence: 55°
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Video modes
External monitors supported
Your computer can be connected to the following monitors and supports the
resolutions indicated with an X:
640 x 480
Apple Basic Color Monitor (14")
x
Apple Color Plus 14" Display
x
800 x 600
832 x 624
1024 x 768
Apple High Resolution RGB Monitor (13") x
Apple Multiple Scan 14 Display
x
x
x
Apple Multiple Scan 15 Display
x
x
x
x
Apple Multiple Scan 17 Display
x
x
x
x
Apple Multiple Scan 1705 Display
x
x
x
x
Apple Multiple Scan 20 Display
x
x
x
x
AppleVision 1710 Display
x
x
x
x
AppleVision 1710AV Display
x
x
x
x
Macintosh Color Display (14")
x
VGA
x
x
x
x
Resolutions that can be displayed are limited to those at the vertical scan rates
specified in the next table.
The computer is strong enough for you to place on top of it any monitor that
is 15 inches or smaller.
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Graphics modes supported
Your computer can display the graphics modes listed in the following table. In
addition, your computer can display video input on some of the modes.
Resolution
Color depth
Vertical scan rate
Video input supported
640 x 480
16-bit
60 Hz and 67 Hz
yes
800 x 600
16-bit
60 Hz
yes, 8-bit or less color depth
800 x 600
8-bit
72 Hz
no
832 x 624
8-bit
75 Hz
yes
1024 x 768
8-bit
60 Hz and 70 Hz
no
Video input
With the optional video input card, you can view and record video from a
video camera, VCR, or other video equipment. (If the optional Apple TV/FM
Radio System is also installed, you can record video from broadcast or cable
television.)
m Format: composite or S-video
m Transmission format: industry standard NTSC/PAL/SECAM
m Polarity: sync negative
m Level: 0.8 volts peak-to-peak (Vpp) minimum to 2.0 Vpp maximum
(“S” chroma level 1.4 Vpp maximum)
m Impedance: 75 ohms () internally terminated
m DC offset: +/– 1.0 volts (V) maximum
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Sound
m 16-bit stereo input
m 16-bit stereo output featuring
3D Surround Sound technology*
m Sample rates of 11.025, 22.05, and 44.1 kilohertz (kHz)
m Sound input connector line level: 2 volts peak-to-peak (Vpp) maximum,
into 10-kilohms (k) impedance
m Sound output connector line level: 2 Vpp maximum, into 32- impedance
m Signal-to-noise ratio (SNR): 75 decibels (dB) minimum, 80 dB typical
(A-weighted, 2 Vpp output, 1 kHz, digital record and playback, sound input
port to sound output port, with
3D Surround Sound disabled)
m Frequency response: 20 Hz–18 kHz (-3 dB relative to 1 kHz under the
same conditions as the SNR measurement)
More information about the sound input and output ports on your computer
is contained in the later section, “Interfaces.”
*You can hear SRS 3D Surround Sound through your computer’s sound output port but not through the headphone jack
on the computer or on your monitor (if your monitor has one).
Clock/calendar
m CMOS custom circuitry with long-life battery
WARNING If the clock begins to lose accuracy, see your Apple-
authorized dealer or service provider for a battery replacement. Do not
attempt to replace the clock battery yourself.
Keyboard
m Supports all Apple Desktop Bus (ADB) keyboards
Mouse
m Supports all models of the ADB mouse
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Interfaces
m One Apple Desktop Bus (ADB) port supporting up to three ADB input
devices (such as a trackball, keyboard, or mouse) daisy-chained through a
synchronous serial bus.
m One internal expansion slot supporting 6.88-inch 15-watt PCI (peripheral
component interconnect) expansion cards. Install only an expansion card
that comes with Macintosh drivers and is compliant with the PCI 2.0
standard. A NuBus™ card cannot be used in this expansion slot.
m One internal expansion slot supporting a communication card, such as an
internal modem or Ethernet card. (Depending on the configuration of your
computer, a modem card may already be installed in this slot.)
m One internal expansion slot supporting a video input card (called the Apple
Video System) using NTSC, PAL, and SECAM. (Depending on the
configuration of your computer, a video input card may already be
installed in this slot.)
m Port for optional internal TV/FM tuner card (called the Apple TV/FM
Radio System). (Depending on the configuration of your computer, a tuner
card may already be installed in this slot.)
m Two RS-232/RS-422 serial GeoPort-compatible ports.
m One 3.5-mm sound output port for a line-level device, such as powered
loudspeakers, on the back of the computer.
m One 3.5-mm headphone jack on the front of the computer.
m One 3.5-mm sound input port for stereo sound input. The sound input port
supports the Apple PlainTalk Microphone that comes with some Macintosh
computers. In addition, the sound input port supports a standard stereo
(miniplug-to-RCA) cable adapter for connecting stereo equipment to your
computer. It does not support the Apple Omni microphone (the round
microphone shipped with some earlier models of Macintosh) or the
attenuated RCA adapter provided with some models of Macintosh.
m One external standard SCSI port that supports up to 6 external SCSI devices.
IMPORTANT Some older SCSI devices or SCSI devices not manufactured by
Apple may require updated drivers. (A “driver” is special software that is
installed in your System Folder.) Contact the device manufacturer for
information on obtaining driver software.
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Additional features
m Support for optional infrared remote control
m Front-panel push-button controls for volume
m Power on and off from keyboard and optional remote control (included
with the optional Apple TV/FM Radio System)
Environment
Operating temperature
m 10° C to 40° C (50° F to 104° F)
Storage temperature
m -40° C to 47° C (-40° F to 116.6° F)
Relative humidity
m 5 percent to 95 percent noncondensing
Altitude
m Works below 3048 m (10,000 ft.)
Size and weight
Weight
Height
Width
Depth
Main unit
7.7 kg*
17 lbs.*
109.5 mm
4.3 in.
320 mm
12.6 in.
419.5 mm
16.5 in.
Mouse
0.11 kg
4 oz.
33 mm
1.3 in.
61 mm
2.4 in.
107 mm
4.2 in.
*Weight varies depending on type of hard disk and any optional equipment.
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Power
AC line input
m Line voltage: 90–270 volts (V) alternating current, RMS single phase,
automatically configured
m Frequency: 43–67 Hz
m Power: 150 watts maximum continuous
DC power
m Continuous output: 82 watts
Current type
Maximum current*
+5 V
9.3 A†
+5 V (trickle)
0.1 A
+3.3 V
5.0 A†
+12 V
2.6 A
–12 V
0.2 A
*Total power output cannot exceed 95 W.
†
Not more than 9.3 A total combined current on +5 V and +3.3 V outputs.
CD-ROM drive
The following table shows typical power consumption for the internal
CD-ROM drive.
Power consumption (typical)
10
+5 V DC
350 milliamperes (mA)
+12 V DC
300 mA
Power requirements for devices you can connect
Apple Desktop Bus (ADB)
m Mouse draws up to 10 milliamperes (mA)
m Keyboard draws 25–80 mA (varies with keyboard model used)
m Maximum current available for all ADB devices and all serial
devices: 500 mA
Note: The ADB port can support up to three daisy-chained ADB devices.
Audio and telecommunications devices
The following table shows power allowances for external devices connected
to input ports.
Device
Voltage
Current
Power
Microphone
+5 V
1 mA
5 mW
GeoPort Telecom Adapter & ADB devices
+5 V
500 mA
2.5 W
S-video input connector
+12 V
250 mA
3W
Expansion cards and devices
If you add an expansion card to your computer, make sure the component’s
power requirements don’t exceed the maximum power allowances allocated to
it by the computer. Power allowances are presented in the following table.
Device
Voltage
Current
Power
PCI expansion cards (15 watts)*
+3.3 V
+5 V
-12 V
2A
3A
500 mA
6.6 W
15 W
6W
Communication expansion card†
+5 V
+12 V
500 mA
100 mA
2.5 W
1.2 W
Video input expansion card‡
+5 V
+12 V
200 mA
300 mA
1W
3.6 W
*Each PCI expansion card should not consume more than 15 watts of power total.
†
The communication card should not consume more than 2.5 watts of power total.
‡
The video input card should not consume more than 4.6 watts of power total.
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