Ultrastar 10K300 Quick Installation Guide (SCSI) v1.0

Ultrastar 10K300 Quick Installation Guide (SCSI) v1.0
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies
Quick Installation Guide
Hitachi Ultrastar 10K300
Models:
HUS103030FL3600
HUS103014FL3600
HUS103073FL3600
HUS103030FL3800
HUS103014FL3800
HUS103073FL3800
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Handling precautions
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Do not open the electrostatic discharge
(ESD) bag containing the drive until
required.
Do not apply pressure on the drive during
handling and installation.
To prevent damage from impact or vibration
always set the drive down gently.
Handle the drive carefully by the edges. Do
not touch the exposed printed circuit board
or any electronic components.
Do not cover the breather hole! Covering the
breather hole may result in loss of data.
Save the packaging materials including the
ESD bag in the event that the drive must be
returned.
Installing the drive
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3.
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Record the serial number and part number
of your hard drive for future reference
Turn off the computer and remove the
computer system cover
Before handling the hard disk drive,
discharge any static electricity from yourself
and your clothing. With one hand touch an
unpainted metal surface on the computer
chassis, and then touch the ESD bag with
the other hand for a minimum of two
seconds.
4.
Remove the hard drive from the ESD bag.
5.
Unplug the computer.
6.
Assign a SCSI address if necessary.
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Wide LVD 68pin-16bits (NW)
Option Jumper Connector (C3)
Pin
No
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
22
Signal Name
ID3
ID2
ID1
ID0
Disable Auto
Start
Force Single
Ended mode
Enable
Delayed Start
Write Protect
Reserved
Reserved
LED(with 0
ohm)
Term. Power
to SCSI bus
Pin
No.
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
Signal Name
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
5Vwith 150
ohm
Term Power
to SCSI bus
Note: The SCSI ID setting is to be set via the eC3
connector (not by the C4.) In case the SCSI ID
setting is done by remote switch via the C4
connector and remote cable, remove all Jumper
Sockets from the C3 connector to avoid ID
control conflicts.
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Auxiliary Connector C4
Pin
ID0
ID1
ID2
Pin
No.
2
4
6
7
ID3
8
9
N.C.
10
11
5V
12
1
3
5
Signal Name
Special Notes:
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For this drive to operate in LVD mode all
SCSI devices including the SCSI bus host
adapter must be LVD devices.
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The drive is designed to detect if the SCSI
bus is LVD or SE. The drive will
function based upon the mode that it
detects. To force SE ended mode on the
68-pin drive, place a jumper across pins
11&12 connector C3
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For 68 pin drives termination power must
provided. In most cases the host adapter
provides it. It is not install a jumper on
pins 23&24 on option jumper C3. If using
the Auxiliary connector C4 jumper pins
11&12. (The 80-pin drive does not provide termination
Signal Name
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
LED (with
150 0hn)
GND
Term Power
to SCSI bus
No Jumpers required on the 80 Pin Connector
7.
Mounting Orientation
The drive may be installed horizontally or
Vertically. Provide adequate airflow to
cool drive. Use 4 mounting
screws(6x32UNC). Maximum screw
penetration 3.8mm(0.15 in) into drive.©
8.
For a 68-pin drive attach the power cable
and ensure that one end of the SCSI cable
is connected to the host adapter. The cable
should be terminated. (The 80-pin drive is plugged
into the server backplanes and requires no cables)
9.
Ensure that all cables are connected and
properly routed.
power.)
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© Copyright Hitachi Global Storage Technologies 2004
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies
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Produced in the United States
2/04
All rights reserved Utrastar™ is a trademark of
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies.
13. Turn on your computer.
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If the system boots be sure the drive is
recognized. If it is turn off the computer
and replace the cover. Proceed to install
your operating system.
If your system does not boot up, turn off
your computer and check all connections
and settings. Turn on and boot the
system.
If the system fails to boot, turn off your
system. Contact the Hitachi
GST Technology Support Center for
assistance.
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is subject to change. Actual results may vary.
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