Seagate ST136403LW/LC Installation guide

Seagate ST136403LW/LC Installation guide
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Contents
Preface ..................................................................................... 1
Electrostatic discharge protection ............................................ 2
Important safety information and precautions .......................... 3
Wichtige Sicherheitshinweise ................................................... 5
Regulatory agency compliance ................................................ 8
General description ................................................................ 10
Kühlung des Systems............................................................. 13
How to install the drive ........................................................... 17
Seagate Technology support services.................................... 41
©1999 Seagate Technology, Inc. All rights reserved
Publication Number: 83329450, Rev. A
March 1999
Seagate, Seagate Technology, and the Seagate logo are registered trademarks of Seagate Technology, Inc. Cheetah, SeaFAX,
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No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form without written permission from Seagate Technology, Inc.
Cheetah 36 Installation Guide, Rev. A
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Preface
This manual contains handling information, support services,
performance specifications, and installation information for
Seagate® Cheetah 36 SCSI disc drives.
Although you can jump ahead to the installation instructions to
get up and running quickly, you may want to read the “General
description” section beginning on page 10 to learn more about
this drive’s multimode capabilities, data bus details, specifications, and cooling requirements.
Additional information is available in the Cheetah 36 Product
Manual (part number 83329440). Contact your Seagate sales
representative if you need to order this publication.
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Handling precautions
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Disc drives are fragile. Do not drop or jar the drive. Use a
padded surface during installation to avoid damaging the
drive.
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Keep the drive in its antistatic bag until you are ready to
install it.
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Protect the drive from static discharge by making sure you
are well grounded before touching the drive. We recommend
wearing a grounded wrist strap (Seagate part number
12263496) throughout the installation process. Do not touch
the connectors or any part of the printed circuit board.
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Always handle the drive by its edges or frame.
•
Do not apply pressure or attach labels to the circuit board or
the top of the drive.
Electrostatic discharge protection
Caution. Removal of circuit boards by personnel not
performing depot repair will damage components and
may void the warranty.
All drive electronic assemblies are sensitive to static electricity
due to the electrostatically sensitive devices used within the
drive circuitry. Although some devices such as metal-oxide semiconductors are extremely sensitive, all semiconductors, as well
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as some resistors and capacitors, may be damaged or degraded
by exposure to static electricity.
Electrostatic damage to electronic devices may be caused by the
direct discharge of a charged conductor or by exposure to the
static fields surrounding charged objects. To avoid damaging
drive electronic assemblies, observe the following precautions
when installing or servicing the drive:
• Ground yourself to the drive whenever the drive electronics
are or will be exposed. Connect yourself to ground with a wrist
strap (Seagate part number 12263496). Connection may be
made to any grounded metal assembly. As a general rule,
remember that you and the drive electronics must all be
grounded to avoid potentially damaging static discharges.
• Turn off the power before removing or installing the DC power
cable.
• Do not remove any circuit boards from the drive.
• Never use an ohmmeter on any circuit boards.
• When installing the drive on a carrier or tray, discharge the carrier or tray prior to inserting it into the system.
Important safety information and precautions
Caution. Use forced-air ventilation when bench-testing the drive to ensure proper cooling of drive components.
Use proper safety techniques for safe, reliable operation of this
unit.
• The procedures in this manual and labels on the unit contain
warnings and cautions that must be carefully read and fol-
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lowed to minimize or eliminate the risk of personal injury. The
warnings point out conditions or practices that may endanger
you or others. The cautions point out conditions or practices
that may damage the unit, possibly making it unsafe for use.
Always observe the following warnings and precautions:
• Follow all cautions and warnings in the procedures.
• Use sound safety practices when operating, installing, or
removing the unit.
• Use caution when troubleshooting a unit that has voltages
present. Turn off power to the unit before removing it.
• Ensure that the internal temperature of the rack or cabinet
does not exceed the limits defined for the drive when the drive
is mounted in an equipment rack or cabinet. When units are
stacked vertically, pay special attention to the top where temperatures are usually highest.
• Follow the precautions listed above in “Electrostatic discharge
protection.”
• Do not remove any circuit boards from the drive. Return the
entire drive for depot repair if any circuit board is defective.
Removal of circuit boards by personnel not performing depot
repair will damage components and may void the warranty.
• Do not separate the head and disc assembly (HDA) from the
PCB. Return the entire drive for depot repair if the HDA is
defective.
• Do not attempt to disassemble the HDA. It is not field repairable. If the sealed HDA is opened by personnel not performing
depot repair, this will damage components and void the
warranty.
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As a component, this drive is designed to be installed and operated in accordance with UL1950, EN60950, CAN/CSA C22.2
950-M95, and VDE0805.
Seagate takes all reasonable steps to ensure that its products
are certifiable to currently accepted standards. Typical applications of these disc drives include customer packaging and subsystem design. Safety agencies conditionally certify component
assemblies, such as the Cheetah disc drive, based on their final
acceptability in the end-use product. The subsystem designers
are responsible for meeting these conditions of acceptability in
obtaining safety-regulatory agency compliance in their end-use
products and for certifying where required by law. A necessary
part of meeting safety requirements is the provision for overcurrent protection on drive SELV supply voltages.
This unit is a component part and as such is not meant to comply with FCC or similar national requirements as a stand-alone
unit. Engineering radiated emissions test results are available
through the Seagate Safety Department to assist the subsystem
designer.
Wichtige Sicherheitshinweise
Vorsicht. Beim Testen des Laufwerks auf dem Prüftisch ist Fremdbelüftung vorzusehen, um eine ausreichende Kühlung der Laufwerkkomponenten sicherzustellen.
Verwenden Sie geeignete Sicherheits- um den sicheren, zuverlässigen Betrieb dieser Einheit zu gewährleisten.
Die Verfahren in diesem Handbuch und die Aufkleber auf dem Gerät
enthalten Warn- und Vorsichtshinweise. Diese Hinweise sind sorgfältig durchzulesen und zu beachten, um das Risiko von Verletzungen auf ein Mindestmaß zu beschränken oder ganz zu vermeiden.
Die Warnhinweise machen auf Situationen oder Praktiken aufmerk-
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sam, die Sie oder andere gefährden könnten. Die Vorsichtshinweise
machen auf Situationen oder Praktiken aufmerksam, die Einheit
beschädigen können, so daß deren Gebrauch mit Risiko behaftet ist.
Die Warn- und Vorsichtshinweise sind nicht allumfassend! Es ist uns
einfach nicht möglich, alle Wartungsmethoden oder die eventuellen
Risiken jeder Methode zu kennen, zu beurteilen und Sie entsprechend zu beraten. Aus diesem Grund haben wir auf eine derartige
umfassende Beurteilung verzichtet. Falls Sie ein hier nicht beschriebenes Verfahren oder Werkzeug verwenden, stellen Sie zuerst
sicher, daß das gewählte Verfahren weder Ihre persönliche Sicherheit noch die Leistung der Einheit gefährdet.
Beachten Sie in jedem Fall die folgenden Warn-und Vorsichtshinweise:
• Beachten Sie alle Warn- und Vorsichtshinweise in diesem Handbuch.
• Treffen Sie beim Betrieb, bei der Installation oder bei der Entfernung
der Einheit angemessene Sicherheitsvorkehrungen.
• Wenn eine Einheit unter Spannung steht, gehen Sie bei der Fehlerdiagnose besonders vorsichtig vor. Schalten Sie die Einheit aus,
bevor Sie mit den Installations-und Entfernungsarbeiten beginnen.
• Wenn das Laufwerk in einem Einbaugestell oder Gehäuse montiert
ist, sorgen Sie dafür, daß die Temperatur im Inneren des Gestells
oder Gehäuses die für das Laufwerk vorgegebenen Grenzwerte
nicht übersteigt. Wenn Einheiten vertikal übereinander betestigt
werden, achten Sie besonders auf den oberen Stapelbereich, da
dort die Temperatur gewöhnlich am höchsten ist.
• Befolgen Sie die oben unter “Electrostatic Discharge Protection”
angegebenen Sicherheitsmaßnahmen.
• Nehmen Sie keine Platinen aus dem Laufwerk. Wenn eine Platine
defekt ist, muß das gesamte Laufwerk zur Reparatur eingeschickt
werden. Die Herausnahme von Platinen durch andere Personen als
die für die werkseitige Reparatur zuständigen kann zu einer Bes-
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chädigung der Komponenten und Erlöschen des Garantieanspruchs
führen.
• Die vormontierte Kopf- und Festplatteneinheit (HDA) nicht aus dem
Laufwerkgehäuse nehmen! Falls die HDA beschädigt ist, schicken
Sie das gesamte Laufwerk zur Reparatur ein.
• Die HDA ist nicht vor Ort reparierbar und darf nicht auseinandergenommen werden! Öffnen der versiegelten HDA durch andere Personen als die für die werkseitige Reparatur zuständigen hat eine
Beschädigung der Komponenten und Erlöschen des Garantieanspruchs zur Folge.
Als Teilkomponente ist dieses Laufwerk für die Installation und den
Betrieb in Übereinstimmung mit UL 1950, EN60950, CAN\CSA
C22.2 950-M95 und VDE0805 vorgesehen.
Seagate ist ständig bemüht, die Zulassungsfähigkeit von SeagateProdukten im Rahmen der gegenwärtig geltenden Standards zu
gewährleisten. Zu den typischen Anwendungen dieser Festplattenwerke zählen Systemeinbau durch den Kunden und die Konstruktion
von Untersystemen. Sicherheitsbehörden gewähren eine bedingte
Zulassung für Komponenten wie das Cheetah-Festplattenlaufwerk
vorbehaltlich der endgültigen Zulasssung im Endprodukt. Designer
von Untersystemen sind dafür verantwortlich, die Voraussetzungen
für die Einhaltung sicherheits- oder aufsichtsbehördlicher Vorschriften in ihren Endprodukten und - falls gesetzlich vorgeschrieben
- für die Zulassung zu schaffen. Eine Grundvoraussetzung zur Einhaltung der Sicherheitsanforderungen ist die Bereitstellung eines
Überlastschutzes für die SELV-Versorgungsspannungen des Laufwerks.
Dieses Gerät ist eine Baugruppe und unterliegt als solche nicht den
Anforderungen der FCC oder ähnlicher nationaler Behörden für
eigenständige Geräte. Technische Testergebnisse zu elektromagnetische Strahlung sind für Designer von Untersystemen auf
Anfrage von der Seagate-Sicherheitsabteilung erhältlich.
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Regulatory agency compliance
Electromagnetic susceptibility
As a component assembly, the drive is not required to meet any
susceptibility performance requirements. It is the responsibility of
those integrating the drive within their systems to perform those
tests required and design their system to ensure that equipment
operating in the same system as the drive or external to the system does not adversely affect the performance of the drive. See
DC power requirements on page 16.
Electromagnetic compliance
Seagate uses an independent laboratory to confirm compliance
to the directives/standard(s) for CE Marking and C-Tick Marking.
The drive was tested in a representative system for typical applications. The selected system represents the most popular characteristics for test platforms. The system configurations include:
• 486, Pentium, and PowerPC microprocessors
• 3.5-inch floppy disc drive
• Keyboard
• Monitor/display
• Printer
• External modem
• Mouse
Although the test system with this Seagate model complies to
the directives/standard(s), we cannot guarantee that all systems
will comply. The computer manufacturer or system integrator
shall confirm EMC compliance and provide CE Marking and CTick Marking for their product.
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Electromagnetic compliance for the European Union
If this model has the CE Marking it complies with the European
Union requirements of the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 89/336/EEC of 03 May 1989 as amended by Directive 92/31/
EEC of 28 April 1992 and Directive 93/68/EEC of 22 July 1993.
Australian C-Tick
If this model has the C-Tick Marking it complies with the Australia/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS3548 1995 and meets the
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Framework requirements
of Australia’s Spectrum Management Agency (SMA).
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General description
Cheetah 36 SCSI disc drives are high-speed, random-access
digital-data storage devices capable of operating in single-ended
(SE) or low voltage differential (LVD) modes.
This multimode capability allows you to use this drive in systems
that use the traditional SE technology or in LVD-capable systems.
Figure 1.
Cheetah 36 family drive (LW model shown)
This drive should be mounted in an enclosure designed for the
drive. This is often within the host system case or an external
enclosure designed to house one or more disc drives or other
devices. In either case, the disc drive must receive adequate
cooling (refer to “Providing adequate cooling”) and it must be
sufficiently grounded and shielded from emissions. The Cheetah
36 Product Manual (part number 83329440) contains guidelines
for a properly designed enclosure.
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Single-ended and low voltage differential modes
This drive incorporates two different transceivers to allow you to
use it in systems which use single-ended (SE) drivers and
receivers, or in low voltage differential (LVD) capable systems
which use LVD drivers and receivers.
The primary benefits of LVD technology
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Faster transfer rates.
Reduces power consumption.
Increases allowable cable lengths.
Improves device connectivity.
You can configure the drive to switch between SE and LVD
modes automatically or force it to operate in SE mode only. To
configure this option, use the jumper illustration on page 24 (LW
models) or page 34 (LC models).
Note. To operate at the Ultra2 SCSI rates in LVD mode, all
devices on the same bus must be running in LVD mode. If
you add any single-ended device to a bus that is operating in LVD mode, all devices drop back to operating in
single-ended mode. This eliminates the possibility of
reaching Ultra2 SCSI transfer rates.
Caution. Do not mix LVD drives on the same bus with
devices having high voltage differential (HVD) interface
circuits. The circuits are not compatible and drive damage may occur.
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Data bus widths
These drives have a wide (16-bit) SCSI data bus. You can use
these drives on a non-wide (8-bit) data bus if you provide proper
termination to the upper eight data lines. This is often referred to
as providing “high-9 termination” (the other bit is for parity).
The following table lists the maximum cable lengths and number
of devices using single-ended and LVD I/O circuits.
Table 1.
SE and LVD bus configurations
I/O transfer rate
(Mbytes/s)
Maximum
number of
devices on
bus
Maximum cable
length allowed
SE
20
16
6 meters (19.7 ft.)
SE
40
4
3 meters (9.8 ft.)
SE
40
8
1.5 meters (4.9 ft.)
LVD
80
16
12 meters (39.4 ft.)
SCSI
driver
type
Providing adequate cooling
The enclosure design must ensure adequate cooling for the
drive. The maximum ambient temperature allowed is 50°C.
The drive’s product manual (83329440) describes how to evaluate the air-flow design. The evaluation consists of ensuring that
the case temperature of certain critical components remains
within acceptable limits during drive operation.
Figure 2 shows two design approaches with one or more fans
used to generate air flow. The air-flow patterns can be created
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by the fans either pushing or drawing air. The overall flow pattern
can be directed from front to back, back to front, or side to side.
Kühlung des Systems
Die Gehäusekonstruktion muß eine ausreichende Kühlung des Laufwerkes gewährleisten. Die Umgebungstemperatur darf maximal
50°C betragen.
Die Produkthandbuch Cheetah 36 (Dokument 83329440) enthalten
Anweisungen zur Beurteilung der Luftstromkonstruktion. Die
Beurteilung muß sicherstellen, daß sich die Gehäusetemperatur
bestimmter kritischer Komponenten bei Laufwerkbetrieb innerhalb
zugelassener Grenzen hält.
Abbildung 2 zeigt zwei Konstruktionsmöglichkeiten, bei denen ein
oder mehrere Lüfter den Luftstrom erzeugen. Der Luftstromverlauf
wird durch die Lüfter gesteuert, die entweder Luft einblasen oder
abziehen. Generell kann der Luftstrom entweder von vorne nach
hinten oder von hinten nach vorne verlaufen.
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Above unit
Note. Air flows in the direction shown (back to front)
or in reverse direction (front to back)
Under unit
Above unit
Note. Air flows in the direction shown or
in reverse direction (side to side)
Figure 2.
Abbildung 2.
Suggested air flow
Empfohlener Luftstromverlauf
Under unit
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Characteristics
Interface
ST136403LW/LC
Ultra2 SCSI1
Capacity
Unformatted (Gbytes)
Formatted (Gbytes)2
43.2
36.4
Recording
Cylinders (user)
Read/write data heads
Avg bytes/track
9,801
24
153,284 229,045
Access time3
Average read (msec)
Average write (msec)
6.15
6.85
Disc rotation
RPM
Average latency (msec)
10,016
2.99
Synchronous data transfer rate
Maximum instantaneous
(Mbytes/sec)
40 (SE mode)
80 (LVD mode)
Asynchronous data transfer rate
Maximum instantaneous
(2 bytes wide) (Mbytes/sec)
10.0
Multi-segmented cache (kbytes) 1,024 standard
4,096 optional
1.
2.
3.
Also operates per SCSI-1/SCSI-2/SCSI-3 protocols.
The specified formatted capacities are calculated with the standard OEM
sector size (512 bytes per logical block) and sparing.
Includes on-board controller overhead.
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Single-ended (SE)
mode
Low voltage
differential
(LVD) mode
DC power requirements (±5%) 1 +5 V
+12 V
+5 V
+12 V
ST136403LW/LC
Maximum start current
Maximum operating current
Average idle current
2.3
1.6
0.99A
0.85
0.88
0.77A
2.3
1.6
0.99A
1.
0.83
0.84
0.75A
For more detailed power information, refer to the Cheetah 36 Product
Manual, publication number 83329440.
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How to install the drive
This installation guide provides step-by-step instructions to make
your drive installation as easy as possible. Follow the installation
steps listed for your drive model as listed below:
LW models (use the installation steps beginning below).
LC models (use the installation steps beginning on page 30).
LW model installation
1.
Set the SCSI ID on the drive.
Determine which SCSI IDs are already being used in the
system and then assign this disc drive a SCSI ID that isn’t
already being used. Use the J6 connector located on the
front of the drive to set the SCSI ID (see Figure 3).
• This drive is SCAM (SCSI Configured AutoMatically) compliant. If you are installing this drive in a
SCAM compliant system, you can skip this step
because the system automatically assigns the drive SCSI
ID.
• The host system’s SCSI controller usually uses SCSI ID 7
so this SCSI ID is not usually available for disc drives or
other devices.
• Most ST136403LW drives are factory set with the SCSI ID
set at 0. If this is the only SCSI drive in your system and
there are no other SCSI devices on the daisychain, you can
leave this drive’s SCSI ID set to 0 and proceed to the next
step. A device is any hardware other than an inline terminator that is connected to the SCSI cable.
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Drive
Front
Jumper Plug
(enlarged to
show detail)
Pin 1
J6
SCSI ID = 0
(default)
SCSI ID = 1
SCSI ID = 2
SCSI ID = 3
SCSI ID = 4
SCSI ID = 5
SCSI ID = 6
SCSI ID = 7
SCSI ID = 8
Note:
[1] Do not remove
cover from pins
13 through 20
(darkened area).
SCSI ID = 9
SCSI ID = 10
SCSI ID = 11
SCSI ID = 12
SCSI ID = 13
SCSI ID = 14
SCSI ID = 15
Figure 3.
Setting the SCSI ID on LW model drives
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Configure termination.
If you are installing the drive in a system that has other SCSI
devices installed, terminate only the end devices on the
SCSI bus.
Figure 4 shows the three most common termination configurations. LW model drives do not have internal terminators or
any other way of adding internal termination on the drive.
You must provide external termination to these drives when
termination is required. This is normally done by adding an
in-line terminator on the cable. See Figure 9 on page 27 for
an illustration showing a system configuration that uses an
inline terminator.
• Use active (ANSI SCSI-2 Alternative 2) singleended terminators when terminating a bus operating in single-ended mode.
• Use SPI-2-compliant active low voltage differential terminators when terminating a SCSI Ultra2 bus operating in LVD
mode.
• Some controllers prefer to remain terminated even if they
are in the middle of the chain. Also, some controllers treat
the internal and external chains as separate logical buses.
This means you may need to terminate both the first and
last devices on both logical buses to achieve proper termination. If necessary, refer to your system or controller documentation to see how this is handled in your particular
system.
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Internal SCSI cable
Internal
SCSI drive
Controller
Terminate
Internal SCSI cable
Internal
SCSI device
Internal
SCSI device
Controller
Terminate
Internal SCSI cable
Internal
SCSI device
Internal
SCSI device
Controller
External
SCSI
cable
Terminate
Figure 4.
SCSI bus termination
External
SCSI device
External
SCSI device
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Configure termination power.
Terminators have to get power from some source. The
default configuration results in the drive not suppling termination power to the bus. You should normally leave this
drive set at this default unless your host system requires
that the drive supply termination power to the bus.
To configure this drive to supply termination power to the
bus, place a jumper on J2 pins 1 and 2 as shown in the figure below.
Pin 1
Pin 2
J2
RR
S D MW P E E T
ESEP DSS P
Term. Power to SCSI Bus
Host adapter or other device provides
term power to external terminator
J2 Jumper
(enlarged to
show detail)
J2
J6
Drive
Front
Figure 5.
Setting terminator power jumpers
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4.
Connect the drive activity remote LED (optional)
This drive provides connections for a remote drive activity
LED. This step is optional because the drive will work fine
without an LED connected, but many people find this to be
helpful to determine when the drive is actively reading or
writing data.
Most host systems provide this LED which is a small “bulb”
(actually a light-emitting diode) located on the host’s front
panel. Simply locate this LED and connect the attached pair
of wires to the pins on the drive as shown in Figure 6 below.
Drive
Front
Jumper Plug
(enlarged to
show detail)
J6
Pin 1
Reserved
Activity LED
Reserved
The shaded pins are shipped
with a cover installed. Do not
install jumpers on these pins.
Retain the cover unless you
install a 20-pin plug.
CATH
Note: On some LEDs the flat
side of indicator is cathode.
Figure 6.
Drive Active LED indicator connections
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Check the other available jumper settings (optional)
This drive provides several features for unique configurations. You will not normally need to change from the default
settings for normal operation. See Figure 7 on page 24.
Single-ended mode option
You can force the drive to operate only in SE mode by
installing a jumper on J2 pins 15 and 16. The default is to
allow the drive to automatically detect and use SE or LVD
mode. See page 11 for a description of these two modes.
Delay Motor Start and Motor Start options
You can control when the drive’s motor starts spinning the
media using these two jumper positions (J2 pins 11 and 12
and J2 pins 13 and 14). You can configure the drive to delay
spinning up until a certain number of seconds elapse or until
the drive receives a Start Unit command from the host system. The default settings are with both off so that the drive
begins spinning up as soon as it receives power.
Write Protect option
You can install a jumper connecting J2 pins 9 and 10 to prevent anyone from writing data to this disc drive (users can
still read data from the drive). This jumper is normally left off
to allow users to write data to the drive.
Parity Check option
You can disable parity checking by installing a jumpers on
J2 pins 7 and 8. Most systems prefer that parity checking
remain enabled. Refer to your host adapter or system documentation to determine whether your host adapter supports
parity checking.
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Pin 1
J2
Pin 2
RR
S D MW P E E T
E S EP DSS P
Reserved
Single-Ended Mode option
Use single-ended or low voltage differential mode.
Force the drive to operate only in single-ended mode.
Delay Motor Start option
(valid only if the Enable Motor Start jumper is not connected)
Disable the Delay Motor Start option (default).
Motor start delay equal to the SCSI ID multiplied by 12 seconds.
For example, if the SCSI ID = 2, the drive starts in 24 seconds.
Motor Start option
Disable motor start (default). The drive starts according to the
Delay Motor Start option.
Enable motor start. The drive waits for the Start Unit command
from the host before starting the spindle motor.
Write Protect option
Write protect = Off (enables writing – default).
Write protect = On (disables writing).
Parity Check option
Enable parity check of SCSI bus (default).
Disable parity check.
J2
J6
J2 Jumper
(enlarged to
show detail)
Figure 7.
Drive
Front
Additional jumper options
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6.
Mount the drive in the host system and connect
cabling.
a. Mount the drive to the host system’s chassis using four
6-32 UNC screws. Two mounting holes are in each side
of the drive and there are four mounting holes in the
bottom of the drive. Do not over-tighten or force the
screw if it does not seem to screw in easily. The dimensions of the drive are provided in Figure 10.
b. Connect the SCSI cable into the drive’s SCSI connector
as illustrated in Figure 8 on page 26. Take care not to
stretch or crimp this cable, and do not block the system’s air flow with the cable. Figure 9 on page 27 shows
an example of how to connect multiple drives on the
same bus.
c. Connect the DC power cable to the drive as illustrated
in Figure 8.
d. Replace the host system’s cover.
• Do not touch the connector pins or any components on the circuit board.
• Observe static-discharge precautions.
• Always handle the drive by the frame only.
• The drive may be mounted in any orientation; however, you
must ensure that the drive receives adequate air flow for
cooling.
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Format the drive.
Follow the instructions on page 37 to format the drive.
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Figure 8.
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Connecting cables to the drive
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27
“LW” Model
Drive
Note:
Do not mix
“LW” and “WD”
model drives
on the daisy
chain.
Terminator
[2]
2 through X
SCSI devices [1]
Pin 1
(check your
adapter for Pin 1 location)
SCSI ID 1
SCSI ID 7
SCSI ID 0
Terminated
Host Adapter
PCB
[1] “X” means up to 15 devices on the SCSI bus.
[2] External terminator. Used only on end “LW” drive. Use only SPI-2compliant active LVD terminators on SCSI Ultra2 buses.
Figure 9.
Multiple-drive connection to host adapter
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[1]
H
-Z-
L
J
B
R
Notes:
[1] Mounting holes are 6-32 UNC 2B, three
on each side and four on the bottom.
Max screw penetration into side of drive
is 0.15 in. (3.81 mm). Max screw
tightening torque is 6.0 in-lb (3.32 nm)
with minimum full thread engagement of
0.12 in. (3.05 mm).
A
-ZM
U -X-
P
G
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
Dimension Table
Millimeters
Inches
1.654 max
42.01 max
5.787 max
147.00 max
4.000 ± .010
101.60 ± .25
3.750 ± .010
92.25 ± .25
.125 ± .010
3.18 ± .25
1.750 ± .010
44.45 ± .25
1.625 ± .020
41.28 ± .50
1.122 ± .020
28.50 ± .50
4.000 ± .010
101.60 ± .25
.250 ± .010
6.35 ± .25
1.638 ± .010
41.60 ± .25
.181 ± .020
4.60 ± .50
P
R
S
T
U
1.625
.265
.315
.015
.015
[1]
F
E
D
± .020
± .010
± .040
max
max
41.28
6.73
7.00
0.38
0.38
± .50
± .25
± .10
max
max
C
-X-
Figure 10. Mounting configuration dimensions (LW model)
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Additional connector on LW model drives
LW model drives have a connector located between the SCSI I/O
connector and the DC power connector to allow you to set the
SCSI ID and connect LEDs from the back of the drive. You are
not required to use this connector, but it’s available if you want to
use it. Refer to Figure 11 for pin assignments.
68 Pin
SCSI I/O Connector
J1
Pin 1
J5/J1A [2][4]
Pin 1
4P
3P 2P
1P
J1-DC Power
Pin 12
J1A Pin 1
SCSI Address A0
SCSI Address A1
SCSI Address A2
SCSI Address A3
SCSI ID = 0
SCSI ID = 1
SCSI ID = 2
SCSI ID = 3
SCSI ID = 4
No connection
SCSI ID = 5
+5V
SCSI ID = 6
Fault LED*
Vendor Unique*
Reserved
Activity LED*
Ground
SCSI ID = 7
SCSI ID = 8
SCSI ID = 9
SCSI ID = 10
SCSI ID = 11
SCSI ID = 12
* These pins are driven low for
250 ms after PWR ON or
RESET to allow jumper
selectable SCSI ID as shown
to the right.
SCSI ID = 13
SCSI ID = 14
SCSI ID = 15
Figure 11. Alternate SCSI ID select and LED connection
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LC model installation
1.
Set the SCSI ID on the drive.
Determine which SCSI IDs are already being used in the
system and then assign the disc drive a SCSI ID that isn’t
already being used. Use the J6 connector located on the
front of the drive to set the SCSI ID (see Figure 12).
• This drive is SCAM (SCSI Configured Auto
Magically) compliant. If you are installing this
drive in a SCAM compliant system, you can skip
this step because the system automatically assigns the
drive SCSI ID.
• The host system’s SCSI controller usually uses SCSI ID 7
so this SCSI ID is not usually available for disc drives or
other devices.
• Most ST136403LC drives are factory set with the SCSI ID
set at 0. If this is the only SCSI drive in your system and
there are no other SCSI devices on the daisychain, you can
leave this drive’s SCSI ID set to 0 and proceed to the next
step. A device is any hardware other than an inline terminator that is connected to the SCSI cable.
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Drive
Front
Jumper Plug
(enlarged to
show detail)
Pin 1
J6
SCSI ID = 0
(default)
SCSI ID = 1
SCSI ID = 2
SCSI ID = 3
SCSI ID = 4
SCSI ID = 5
SCSI ID = 6
SCSI ID = 7
SCSI ID = 8
Note:
[1] Do not remove
cover from pins
13 through 20
(darkened area).
SCSI ID = 9
SCSI ID = 10
SCSI ID = 11
SCSI ID = 12
SCSI ID = 13
SCSI ID = 14
SCSI ID = 15
Figure 12. Setting the SCSI ID on LC model drives
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2.
Configure termination.
LC model drives are designed for installation in host systems that have a backplane with single connector attachment (SCA) connections. Termination is normally provided
on this backplane. Check your host system documentation
for details.
• You can use this drive in host systems that do
not have a backplane with SCA connectors by
using a SCA to wide SCSI-2 adapter. These
adapters separate the interface lines from the power lines. If
you use such an adapter, proceed with step 2 of the installation instructions provided for LW model drives.
Note. Host systems designed to use LC drives normally provide
termination power from the host adapter or other source.
LC model drives cannot be configured to provide termination power to the bus.
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3.
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Check the other available jumper settings (optional)
This drive provides several features for unique configurations. You will not normally need to change from the default
settings for normal operation. See Figure 13 on page 34.
Single-ended mode option
You can force the drive to operate only in SE mode by
installing a jumper on J2 pins 15 and 16. The default is to
allow the drive to automatically detect and use SE or LVD
mode. See page 11 for a description of these two modes.
Delay Motor Start and Motor Start options
You can control when the drive’s motor starts spinning the
media using these two jumper positions (J2 pins 11 and 12
and J2 pins 13 and 14). You can configure the drive to delay
spinning up until a certain number of seconds elapse or until
the drive receives a Start Unit command from the host system. The default settings are with both off so that the drive
begins spinning up as soon as it receives power.
Write Protect option
You can install a jumper connecting J2 pins 9 and 10 to prevent anyone from writing data to this disc drive (users can
still read data from the drive). This jumper is normally left off
to allow users to write data to the drive.
Parity Check option
You can disable parity checking by installing a jumpers on
J2 pins 7 and 8. Most systems prefer that parity checking
remain enabled. Refer to your host adapter or system documentation to determine whether your host adapter supports
parity checking.
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Pin 1
J2
Pin 2
RRR
S D MW P E E E
E S EP DSS S
Reserved
Single-Ended Mode option
Use single-ended or low voltage differential mode.
Force the drive to operate only in single-ended mode.
Delay Motor Start option
(valid only if the Enable Motor Start jumper is not connected)
Disable the Delay Motor Start option (default).
Motor start delay equal to the SCSI ID multiplied by 12 seconds.
For example, if the SCSI ID = 2, the drive starts in 24 seconds.
Motor Start option
Disable motor start (default). The drive starts according to the
Delay Motor Start option.
Enable motor start. The drive waits for the Start Unit command
from the host before starting the spindle motor.
Write Protect option
Write protect = Off (enables writing – default).
Write protect = On (disables writing).
Parity Check option
Enable parity check of SCSI bus (default).
Disable parity check.
J2
J6
J2 Jumper Plug
(enlarged to
show detail)
Drive
Front
Figure 13. Additional jumper options
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4.
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Mount the drive in the host system.
To mount an LC model drive, plug the drive into the system’s
single connector attachment (SCA) position on the system’s
backplane. The SCA connector on the drive contains interface and power functions, so it does not require a separate
power connector. The dimensions of the drive are provided
in Figure 15.
Some host systems require that you first mount the drive to
a sliding tray or courier before inserting it into the system.
This drive model plugs directly into a backplane connector
and therefore does not use cables.
80-pin
SCSI I/O
Connector
Pin 1
J2
J6
Figure 14. 80-pin I/O connection to drive (LC model)
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[1]
H
-Z-
L
J
B
R
N -Z- -X-
A
-Z-
Notes:
[1] Mounting holes are 6-32 UNC 2B, three
on each side and four on the bottom.
Max screw penetration into side of drive
is 0.15 in. (3.81 mm). Max screw
tightening torque is 6.0 in-lb (3.32 nm)
with minimum full thread engagement
of 0.12 in. (3.05 mm).
M
U -X-
P
G
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
P
R
S
T
U
[1]
F
E
Dimension Table
Inches
Millimeters
42.01 max
1.654 max
147.00 max
5.787 max
101.60 ± .25
4.000 ± .010
92.25 ± .25
3.750 ± .010
3.18 ± .25
.125 ± .010
44.45 ± .25
1.750 ± .010
41.28 ± .50
1.625 ± .020
28.50 ± .50
1.122 ± .020
101.60 ± .25
4.000 ± .010
6.35 ± .25
.250 ± .010
41.61 ± .25
1.638 ± .010
4.60 ± .50
.181 ± .020
1.20 max
.040 max
41.28 ± .50
1.625 ± .020
66.50 ± .25
2.618 ± .010
7.00 ± 1.02
.276 ± .040
0.38 max
.015 max
0.38 max
.015 max
D
C
-X-
Figure 15. Mounting configuration dimensions (LC model)
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5.
37
Format the drive.
Caution. Formatting a drive erases all user
data. Be sure that you understand this principle
before formatting any hard disc drive. It is not necessary to format a drive that previously has been used to
store data unless your intention is to erase all user data.
Seagate is not responsible for lost user data.
Important information about formatting the drive
•
The drive has been low level formatted at the factory.
You do not need to perform another low level format on
this drive unless you decide to perform certain diagnostics through the host adapter.
•
If you do decide to perform a low level format, do not
abort the format as this is likely to make the drive inoperable. A low level format will typically take less than 30
minutes.
•
Protect against power failure or other power interruptions during the format.
Cheetah 36 disc drives are designed to operate with a variety of operating systems. Some brief instructions are provided below for DOS, Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows
98, and Macintosh systems. For more detailed instructions,
or if your operating system is not covered by these instructions, please refer to your operating system or drive utility
documentation.
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Note.
Hardware platform, operating system, and host
adapter variations can limit access to the full capacity of this and other high capacity drives. Refer to
your system, host adapter, or drive utility documentation for detailed instructions.
DOS, Windows 3.1, Windows 95, and Windows 98
System preparation
a.
b.
Turn your computer on. As your computer starts up,
watch the screen for a message describing how to run
the system setup program (sometimes called BIOS or
CMOS setup). This is usually done by pressing a special key, such as DELETE, ESC, or F1 during startup.
See your computer manual for details. Press the appropriate key to run the system setup program.
Set the drive type in your BIOS or CMOS setup to
“Zero,” None,” or “No hard drive installed” and then
save and exit from your setup program.
Drive partitioning
Partitioning a hard drive divides it into sections (partitions)
that act as separate logical drives (labeled C, D, E, etc.). To
partition your new drive:
a. Insert a bootable DOS diskette into your diskette drive
and restart your computer.
b. Insert a DOS program diskette that contains the
fdisk.exe and format.com programs into your diskette
drive. At the A: prompt, type fdisk and press ENTER.
c. If you have two hard drives installed, the fdisk menu
displays five options. Option five allows you to select
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d.
e.
f.
g.
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the drive you want to partition. Make sure that your new
drive is selected. If you accidently repartition your old
hard drive, you will erase all data on the drive.
Press 1 to select “Create DOS partition or logical DOS
drive” and then press the ENTER key.
Press 1 again to select “Create primary DOS partition”
and then press the ENTER key. Create your first drive
partition.
If you are creating a partition that will be used to boot
your computer (drive C:), make sure that the partition is
marked active.
Create an extended partition and additional logical
drives, if necessary, until all the space on your new hard
drive has been partitioned.
When the partitioning is complete, fdisk reboots your
computer.
Drive formatting
a. At the A: prompt, type format x where x is the letter of
your new partition. If this is your boot drive, type format
x: /s. Make sure you use the correct drive letter. If you
format a drive that already contains data, you will erase
all data on the drive.
b. Repeat this process for all the new partitions you have
created.
After you format your new drive, it is ready to use. You’re
done!
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Macintosh
Use a third-party drive utility to initialize the drive and follow
the instructions provided with the utility. Note: versions of
Apple Drive Setup prior to version 1.3.1 do not recognize
non-Apple drives.
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