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TOSHIBA

STORAGE DEVICE DIVISION

SR-C8002

CD-R/CD-RW DRIVE

PRODUCT SPECIFICATION

MAY 2001

REV. 1.0

Specifications are subject to change without notice

DOCUMENT NUMBER

14708

LIMITATION OF LIABILITY

Those warranties in the express warranty separately agreed between TOSHIBA and your company are the only warranties given to the consumer and are in lieu of any other warranties, whether express or implied with regard to this component. TOSHIBA expressly and unequivocally disclaims the warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.

Further, TOSHIBA disclaims all express warranties created by any individual or entity installing this device into a computer unless such express warranties are made with the prior express written consent of TOSHIBA or its authorized representatives.

TOSHIBA will not be responsible for any damages, whether compensatory, incidental, consequential, or special damages of any kind, including but not limited to, punitive or exemplary damages, treble damages, loss of use or lost profits whether such damages are sought by the end-user or the purchaser herein, regardless of whether such liability is sought directly or by way of indemnity proceedings in law or equity.

It shall be the responsibility of the purchaser herein to provide the end-user or ultimate consumer with all product documentation provided with this product including all product specification, manuals, registration forms and warranty information including product capabilities and limitations. By accepting the component(s), the purchaser herein below agrees to do so and further accepts the terms of this limitation. The purchaser herein below expressly waives any and all rights to the contrary.

Warnings:

This equipment (an optical disc drive) handled under the conditions out of equipment specifications may cause heavy load, heat generation, malfunction, erroneous operation and performance degradation.

Therefore, please handle this equipment properly in compliance with the warnings provided below. In the event that you do not comply with the warnings, Toshiba cannot guarantee the safety, reliability and performance of the equipment expressly provided in the specification. Manufacturers and resellers of the computer system using this equipment and/or this equipment itself shall notify the end-users of the warnings provided herein and ensure them to comply with these warnings in an appropriate manner.

1. This equipment does not involve any over-current protection circuit. Use an appropriate over-current protection in the computer system which this equipment would be connected. Toshiba shall not be liable for any damages to the system which does not have any over-current protection.

2. DO NOT disassemble or modify this equipment. Toshiba shall not make any guarantee to the reliability, safety and performance of this equipment expressly provided in the specification and nor be liable for any damages resulting from such unauthorized disassembly or modification.

3. Read carefully and comply with this Product Specification in order to avoid the risk of data error in writing operation. Such possible data error would be made by any factors other than this equipment (i.e., poor storage media, misuse of this equipment, malfunction in a computer system connecting this equipment, etc.). Toshiba shall not be liable for any damages resulting from such data loss. Check whether the original data is correctly copied or stored upon completion of writing operation.

Take any necessary measures to protect your data such as system backup and/or mirroring disk subsystems in order to avoid the risk of unexpected data loss or data corruption resulting from failure in this equipment for some reasons.

Manufacturers and resellers of the computer system using this equipment shall be required to consider the safety of such computer system and data integrity in order to avoid the risk of any consequential damages caused by data loss or data corruption and any problems or accident caused by malfunction of the computer system.

SR-C8002 Rev.1.0

DO NOT use this equipment in the system such as medical equipment which may cause personal injury or property damages resulting from malfunction of this equipment and unexpected data corruption or data error in reading operation.

4. Turn off the power for this equipment and wait more than one (1) minute before you eject the disc using the emergency eject mechanism when a disc cannot be ejected for some reasons in order to avoid the risk of damages to the disc.

Notice

1. Turn off the system power before mounting/removing this equipment in order to avoid the risk of damages to this equipment.

2. Insert the DC power plug in correct direction in order to avoid the risk of damages to this equipment.

3. Handle this equipment only in electrostatically safe environment and do not touch connecting terminals with empty hands when you build in or pull out this equipment from other product in order to avoid the risk of malfunction of this equipment.

4.DO NOT do any of the following:

4.1. DO NOT use storage media (CD's / DVD's) that are not the correct size or shape, or do not meet the minimum formatting requirements set forth in section 3.1.(1) of this Product Specification.

4.2. DO NOT insert more than one (1) CD or DVD disc into the drive at any time. Doing so will damage or destroy this equipment and could damage or destroy the disc or cause data loss or corruption.

4.3. DO NOT load or eject any CD or DVD disc with force. Doing so will damage or destroy this equipment and could damage or destroy the disc or cause data loss or destruction.

4.4. DO NOT give a strong shock while load or eject operation is in process. Doing so will damage or destroy this equipment and could damage or destroy the disc or cause data loss or corruption.

4.5. DO NOT eject a CD or DVD disc while the drive is in operation. Doing so will damage or destroy this equipment and could damage or destroy the disc or cause data loss or corruption.

4.6. DO NOT insert anything else into the drive other than a CD or DVD disc. Doing so will damage or destroy this equipment.

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To OEM Customers:

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Please notify below notice to your customers.

Notice

Copyrighted works including, but not limited to music, video, computer program, database are protected by copyright laws. Unless specifically permitted under applicable copyright laws, you cannot copy, modify, assign, transmit or otherwise dispose of any copyrighted work without the consent of the owner of the copyright.

Please take notice that unauthorized copying, modification, assignment, transmission and other disposition may be subject to claims for damages and to penalties.

SR-C8002 Rev.1.0

Contents

1. Introduction ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1

2. Features -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1

3. Specifications ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2

3.1. Performance ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2

3.2. Environmental Conditions ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4

3.2.1. Temperature and Humidity ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4

3.2.2. Dust and Dirt ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 4

3.2.3. Vibration ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5

3.2.4. Atmospheric Pressure and Altitude -------------------------------------------------------------------- 5

3.2.5. Shock --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5

3.3. Installation Conditions --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6

3.3.1. Equipment -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6

3.3.2. Installation --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6

3.4. Dimensions and Mass --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 7

3.5. Reliabilities ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 9

3.5.1. Error Rate ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 9

3.5.2. MTBF ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 9

3.5.3. MTTR ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 9

3.5.4. Drive Life ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 9

4. Configurations ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 9

4.1. Electrical Circuits ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 9

4.2. Optical Pickup --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 9

4.3. Spindle Motor ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 9

4.4. Feed Motor -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 9

5. Functions ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------11

5.1. Disc Data Configurations ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------11

5.1. 1.CD-ROM Data Configurations ------------------------------------------------------------------------------11

5.1. 2.CD-R/CD-RW Data Configurations -----------------------------------------------------------------------11

5.2. Power ON/OFF Timing --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------12

6. Interfaces ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------12

6.1. I/O Cable ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------12

6.2. Signal Summary -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------13

6.2.1. Signal Specifications ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------13

6.2.2. Timing of Host Interface (PIO) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------14

6.2.3. Timing of Host Interface (DMA Multi) -------------------------------------------------------------------15

6.3. Connector -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------16

6.4. Support Command List --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------17

7. Power Requirements -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------18

7.1. Source Voltage ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------18

7.1.1. Spike --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------18

7.1.2. Ripple -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------18

SR-C8002 Rev.1.0

7.2. Current Drain -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------18

7.2.1.Sleep ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------18

7.2.2. Standby ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------18

7.2.3. Continuous Read -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------18

7.2.4. Idle ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------18

7.2.5. Average ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------18

7.2.6. Maximum ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------18

7.2.7. Peak in executing Access ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------18

7.2.8. Write ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------18

8. CD Audio -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------19

8.1. Analog Out -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------19

8.2. Audio Modes -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------19

9. Device Configuration Jumper ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------19

9.1 Master Mode Setting ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------19

9.2 Slave Mode Setting ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------19

10.Busy Indicator -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------20

11. Emergency Release --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------21

12. Safety Standards/Agency Approvals ---------------------------------------------------------------------------21

13. Electrostatic Discharge ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------22

14. Accessories --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------22

15. Packaging -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------22

16. CE Declaration of conformity --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------22

SR-C8002 Rev.1.0

1. Introduction

This document describes TOSHIBA's SR-C8002 CD-R/RW Drive.

2. Features

SR-C8002 reads digital data stored on CD-ROM media and CD-Audio discs.

The CD-ROM media has a 12 cm or 8 cm diameter. It typically contains approximately

600 MBytes or 200 MBytes of information respectively. (1 MByte=2

20

Bytes)

This drive reads CD-ROM media at maximum 24 times faster rotational speed.

This drive is a new generation drive with highest performance such as 120 ms access Time.

This drive writes CD-R/RW media at maximum 8 time faster rotational speed.

This drive shows highest performance such as 60,000 hour MTBF.

This drive offer long life and high durability because the disc is read by a LASER, thereby eliminating physical contact with the disc.

This drive support ATAPI (ATA Packet interface) Revision 2.6 spec. and SFF8090 Version 3

(Mt. Fuji Commands for CD Devices) of CD Command.

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3. Specifications

3.1.Performance

(1) Applicable Write Format CD-R/RW:

(2) Applicable Write Disc *

(3) Applicable Read Disc *

1

2

CD-R/RW:

Disc at once, Track at once, Session at once, Packet write

CD-DA, CD+(E)G, CD-MIDI, CD-ROM,CD-ROM XA,

MIXED MODE CD, CD-I, CD-I Bridge (Photo-CD, Video-CD)

Multisession CD (Photo-CD, CD-EXTRA, Portfolio)

CD : CD-DA, CD+(E)G, CD-MIDI, CD-TEXT, CD-ROM, ,

CD-ROM XA, MIXED MODE CD, CD-I,

CD-I Bridge (Photo-CD, Video-CD)

Multisession CD (Photo-CD, CD-EXTRA, Portfolio, CD-R,

CD-RW), CD-R, CD-RW

(4) Data Capacity

User Data/Block

Data Cpacity/Disc

Mode-1: 2,048 Byte/Block

Mode-2: 2,336 Byte/Block

Mode-1: 656.5 MB (688.4 Million Byte) *

3

Mode-2: 748.8 MB (785.2 Million Byte) *

3

(1 GB=2

30

Byte, 1 MB=2

20

Byte, 1 KB=2

10

Byte)

(5) Rotational Speed

Read: ROM Data Media

CD-DA, Video-CD

CD-RW

Hight Speed CD-RW

Write: CD-R, High speed CD-RW

CD-RW

: Approx. 5,100 rpm (10.3-24X CAV)

: Approx. 1,290-2,000 rpm (4-6X PCAV)

: Approx. 1,290-2,000 rpm (4-6X PCAV)

: Approx. 2,570-4,000 rpm (8-12X PCAV)

: Approx. 1,700-3,960 rpm (8X CLV)

: Approx. 850-1.980 rpm (4X CLV)

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(6) Transfer Rate

Sustained Block Transfer Rate

Sustained Data Transfer Rate

Mode-1:

Mode-2:

776-1,800 Block/s (10.3-24X CAV)

300-450 Block/s (4-6X PCAV)

10.3X-24X CAV 1,552-3,600 KByte/s

4X-6X PCAV 600-900 KByte/s

10.3X-24X CAV 1,769-4,104 KByte/s

4X-6X PACV 684.4-1,026.6 KByte/s

Burst Data transfer Rate

16.7 MByte/s (PIO Mode 4 )

16.7 MByte/s ( Multi word DMA transfer mode-2)

( 1 KByte=2

10

Byte=1,024 Bytes, 1 MByte=2

20

Byte=1,048,576 Bytes)

(7) Access Time

Average Random Access Time*

4

Average Random Seek Time*

5

Average Full Stroke Access Time*

6

120 ms Typ (10.3-24X)

105 ms Typ (10.3-24X)

170 ms Typ (10.3-24X)

(8) Spin up Time ( Focus Search Time and Disc Motor Start up Time )

2.0 s Typ (10.3-24X)

(9) Data Buffer Capacity 2 MByte

*1: This drive write the data on the disc of CD-R, CD-RW format. However, in order to run applications that use these formats you must first have the required software and/or hardware.

*2: All disc written in CD formats, except CD-DA (audio), require additional specific application software and/or hardware. This drive referred in the specification is capable of reading these data formats. However, in order to run applications that use these formats you must first have the required software and/or hardware.

*3: Data capacity when recording depends on the condition of the record and decreases from this occasionally.

*4: Measured by performing multiple accesses which means reads of data blocks over whole area of the media from 00 min 02 sec 00 Frame to 60 min 01 sec 74 Frame (552.96 Million Byte:87 % of total area at linear velocity of 1.3 m/s) more than 3000 times. Includes positioning, setting, latency time and ECC implementation time (if required).

*5: Measured by performing multiple seek which means seeks of data block over whole area of the media from 00 min 02 sec 00 Frame to 60 min 01 sec 74 Frame more than 3000 times. Includes positioning, setting time which is same definition as HDD.

*6: Measured by performing maximum accesses which means reads of each data block of 00 min

02 sec 00 Frame and 60 min 01 sec 74 Frame alternately more than 100 times.

Includes positioning, setting, latency time and ECC implementation time (if required)

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(10) Drawer Load/Release Load:

(11) Air Flow

(12) Acoustic Noise

(13) Power Supply

Release:

Manual

(a) Electrical Release (Release Button)

(b) Release by ATAPI command

(c) Emergency Release

Not Required

40 dB (IEC 179 A weighted at 1 m)

+5 V (details in Section 7)

3.2. Environmental Conditions

This drive should be used under the conditions listed below.

3.2.1.Temperature and Humidity

(1) Operating Temperature

(2) Storage Temperature

(3) Shipping Temperature

(4) Operating Temperature Gradient

(5) Storage Temperature Gradient

(6) Shipping Temperature Gradient

5

°

C to 50

°

C

*1

-10

°

C to 60

°

C

-40

°

C to 65

°

C

*2

11

°

C

/hour (max)

20

°

C

/hour (max)

20

°

C

/hour (max) *2

(7) Operating Humidity

(8) Storage Humidity

8 % to 80 %

5 % to 95 %

(9) Shipping Humidity

(10) Wet bulb Maximum Temperature

(11) Condensation

5 % to 95 % *2

27

°

C

In all the above conditions there must be no condensation

*1: Except for disc

*2: Packed in Toshiba original shipping package.

3.2.2.Dust and Dirt unspecified

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3.2.3.Vibration

(1) Operating (CD 10.3-24X Read) (1 Oct/min) ---------------- no hard error -----

5 to 500 Hz 2.45 m/s

2

[0.25 G] (

0-p)

(excluding resonance point)

(2) Operating (Write) (1 Oct/min) ---------------- no hard error -----

5 to 500 Hz 2.45 m/s

2

[0.25 G] (

0-p)

(excluding resonance point)

(3) Non-operating (1 Oct/min) --------- no damage -----

5 to 10 Hz 5 mm

(p-p)

10 to 500 Hz 9.8 m/s

2

[1 G]

(0-p)

(4) Shipping (Packaged) (1 Oct/min) ----- no damage -----

10 to 25 Hz 9.8 m/s

2

[1G]

(0-p)

X Y Z/30 min each

3.2.4.Atmospheric Pressure and Altitude

(1) Operating

(2) Shipping

0 to 3,000 m

0 to 12,000 m

3.2.5.Shock

(1) Operating (Read ) -------------------- no hard error ---------------

14.7 m/s

2

[1.5 G] (Horizontal)

(Half sine wave 11 ms/10 s interval)

------------------------ no data loss --------------

98 m/s

2

[10 G]

(Half sine wave 11 ms/10 s interval)

(2) Operating (Write) ------------------------ no error --------------

14.7 m/s

2

[1.5 G] (Horizontal)

7.8 m/s

2

[0.8 G] (Vertical)

(Half sine wave 11 ms/10 s interval)

(3) Non-operating (with no Disc mounted) ----- no damage -----

490 m/s

2

[50 G] (Half sine wave 11 ms)

980 m/s

2

[100 G] (Half sine wave 3 ms)

(4) Drop (Packaged) ------------------- no damage -----

(a) Bulk Package (50 pcs)

(b) Bulk Package (20 pcs)

1 drop at 0.4 m (Bottom side only)

0.6 m drops once for each 6-surface, 1-edge and 1-corner

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3.3. Installation Conditions

30

°

15

°

15

°

15

°

15

15

°

°

15

15

°

°

15

15

°

°

Figure 1 Mounting angle

3.3.1. Equipment

(1) When mounting the equipment, use four M2-P0.4 tapping holes located on the left and right sides of the equipment.

(2) The opposite surface of the bearing surface (fitting surface when mounting) of the tapping holes must be kept flat so that the bearing surface can be fit evenly.

(3) Use the mounting screws which do not enter deeply inside the equipment more than specified value.

(4) When mounting the equipment, the tightening torque of four screws must be even.

The recommended screw tightening torque is 0.2 Nm.

3.3.2.Installation

(1) The mounting surface of the equipment must keep good flatness.

When mounting, care should be paid that an excessive force which may caused torsional distortion on the equipment does not apply to the equipment. The recommended surface flatness for the mounting surface should be less than 0.2 mm.

(2) Install the equipment with enough space as much as possible in all directions around the equipment. Care should be paid that the equipment does not touch with peripheral instruments even if vibration, mechanical shock, etc. are applied to the equipment.

For the maximum dimension of the equipment thickness (12.9 mm), it is recommended that a clearance more than 0.5 mm should be left the thickness direction.

For the clearance around the front bezel, it is recommended that the clearance more than

0.8 mm should be left in all directions.

(3) Care should be especially paid for the heat effect. Keep the air ventilation and isolate from heat of the environmental condition. Then, install the equipment where the environmental temperature at the bottom center of cabinet does not exceed 50

°

C

.

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(4) Do not add the force beyond the indicated force on the top and bottom cover of the equipment. (The restricted force range for the top cover is shown in the Figure 2.)

(For the bottom cover, the applied force should be less than 2N on whole area.)

R63

R59

2 N

1 N

0.5 N

R46 Do not add the force

20

37

24

5.4

Figure 2 Restricted force range applied for the top cover

(5) The characteristics of EMC (Electro Magnetic Compatibility) are primarily influenced by the mounting method of this equipment. Attach this equipment by considering an appropriate method and structure.

3.4. Dimension and Mass ----- See Figure 3 for details -----

(1) External Dimensions (W x H x D) 128 mm x 12.7 mm x 126.1 mm (excluding bezel)

(2) Mass 0.24 k g

(Net)

13.9 k g (Bulk Packaged 50 pcs)

5.7 k g

(Bulk Packaged 20 pcs)

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Figure 3 External Dimensions

( Unit: mm )

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3.5. Reliabilites

3.5.1. Error Rate

(1) Hard Read Error Rate (Byte Error Rate) ----- Allowing 5 Retries(default) -----

Mode 1:10

-15

Max

Mode 2:10

-12

Max

(2) Seek Error Rate --- Allowing 10 Retries

(default)

10

-6

Max

3.5.2. MTBF

Assumptions: Power On Hours

On/Off Cycles

60,000 h

5,436 h/year

313 cycles/year

Number of Access 600,000 accesses/year

Operating Duty Cycle (Read) 20 % of Power On Time (Reading/Seeking)

Operating Duty Cycle (Write) 2 % of Power On Time (Writing/Seeking)

3.5.3. MTTR

3.5.4. Drive Life

(1) Drawer Load/Release

(2) Interface connector Attach/Detach

0.5 h

15,000 h or 5 years (earlier one)

10,000 times or more

500 times or more

4. Configuration

See Figure 4 for details of the configurations

4.1. Electrical Circuits

(1) Drawer Release Switch and Release Detection Switch

(2) Optical Pickup Servo Drive Circuit

(3) Feed Motor Drive Circuit

(4) Laser Diode Control Circuit

(5) EFM Demodulator, Error Correction Circuit and DA converter

(6) IDE/ATAPI Control and CD-ROM Error Correction Circuit

(7) CIRC Encoder

(8) EFM Encoder

(9) ATIP Demodulator

(10) Disc Moter Control Circuit

4.2. Optical Pickup

4.3. Spindle Motor

4.4. Feed Motor

Semiconductor Laser

Brushless DC Motor

DC Motor

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Clock

BUS Control

Figure 4 Configuration

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5.Functions

5.1. Disc Data Configurations

5.1.1. CD-ROM Data Configurations

Figure 5 shows how the data is structured in program units

1 block=1/75 s

1-Disc

~

TNO

0

1

Time

TOC

Min

Sec

Block

Min

Sec

Block

2

AA

~

Lead-in

Block 1

Block 2 approx.

300 k-Blocks

~

Lead out

~

SYNC

12 bytes

Header

~

User Data

2048 bytes in Mode-1

2336 bytes in Mode-2

~

ECC (Mode-1)

288 bytes

Figure 5 CD-ROM Disc Data Configuration

~

4 bytes

Minutes

Second(0~59)

Blocks(0~74)

Mode

~

5.1.2. CD-R / CD-RW Data Configurations

Before writing

CD-R / CD-RW disc contains time-code information called ATIP.

ATIP is abbreviation of "Absolute Time In Pre-groove" in the wobbling groove by modulating the carrier frequency.

(Address information is pre-formatted to ATIP on the CD-R / CD-RW disc and method for the guide groove to wobble by FM modulation.)

Figure 6 shows the composition of ATIP.

Synchronization (4 bit)

(n-1)

Address n

Address n+1

Address n+2

Address

Min

Sec

Frame

CRC

(8 bit)

(8 bit)

(8 bit)

(14 bit)

Figure 6 CD-R / CD-RW Disc ATIP Data Configuration

After Writing

Data are written in CD format synchronizing with ATIP.

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5.2. Power ON/OFF Timing

Figure 7 shows the initialization sequence

Power ON or

ATAPI-RST

Max. 550 ms

System

Initialization

Max 2 s

Focus Search

"Command" Receivable

Max 3.5 s

Spindle ON

Learning

Stand-by

Max 30s, Typ 12 s

(Single Session Disc) "Read-Command"

Acceptable

"TEST UNIT

READY"

Command

"Check Condition" Status

Figure 7 Initialization Sequence

"Good" Status

6. Interface

(1) The interface is based on T13/1321D (AT Attachment with Packet Interface-5, ATA/ATAPI-5) Revsion 3

(Feb. 29, 2000), SFF-8020i (Small Form Factor Committee Specification of ATA-Packet Interface for

CD-ROMs) Revision2.6 (Nov. 27, 1995), SFF-8090 Ver.3, Rev.1.00 ('99-2-10).

(2) 58 (ATAPI, ATA) commands are usable.

(3) The 2 MByte data buffer handles both high speed and low speed data transmission.

(4) The largest block size on playback is 2,647 Bytes.

The data length for each block is changeable by command.

6.1. I/O cable

Table1 shows the cable parameters.

Min

Cable length

Driver IoL sink current for 5 V operation

Driver IoL sink current for 3.5 V operation

Driver IoH sink current

Driver capacitive loading

12 mA

8 mA

Table 1 Cable parameters

Max

0.46 m

-400

µ

25 pF

A

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6.2.Signal summary

The physical interface consists of single ended TTL compatible receivers and drivers communicating through a 50P-connector as shown in Figure 11 and Figure 12 "Interface connector".

6.2.1. Signal Specification

Figure 8 shows the Signal Specifications

Sig. Name

HD0 - HD15

/DASP

/PDIAG

Rs1 Rs2

P

N

/IOCS16

Rx

Rs

Rx

Type timing control

Receivers/Drivers Caracteristics withoutExternal pullup Resistor

Min Max

Condition

VOH Voltage Output High

Vdd-0.4 V

IOH=1 mA

VOL Voltage Output Low

VIH

Input HIGH Voltage

VIL

Input LOW Voltage

ILI

Input leakage Current

IOL

Driver sink current

ILO

CI

Output Leakage Current

Input Capacitance

CO

Output Capacitance

VOL Voltage Output Low

2.4 V

0.4 V

0.6 V

-30 µA -400 µA

24 mA

-30 µA -400 µA

15 pF

15 pF

0.5 V

IOL=12 mA

TTL

TTL

Pullup Resistor(Ri)

Pullup Resistor(Ri)

IOL=12 mA

IOL

CO

Driver sink current

Output Capacitance

24 mA

15 pF

NOTE

Bidirectional

Rx=infinity

Rs1=0 OHM

Rs2=33 OHM

HD0-HD15

Rx=10 kOHM

Rs1=0 OHM

Rs2=0 OHM

/PDIAG,

/DASP

Open Drain

Rx=1.2 kOHM

Rs=0 OHM

N

IORDY

Rs

Rx

P

N timing control

VOH Voltage Output High

VOL Voltage Output Low

IOL

Driver sink current

CO

Output Capacitance

2.4 V

0.5 V

IOH=400 µA

IOL=12 mA

24 mA

15 pF

Rx=1 kOHM

Rs=22 OHM

/HDRQ

/INTRQ

RESET

Rs

P

N

/HWR

/HRD

HA0 - HA2

/HCS1/HCS3

/HDAK

Rs

Rx

100 kOHM

82 OHM timing control

VOH Voltage Output High

VOL Voltage Output Low

IOL

Driver sink current

CO

Output Capacitance

Vdd-0.4 V

0.4 V

IOH=400 µA

IOL=12 mA

24 mA

15 pF

Rs=22 OHM

/INTRQ

/HDRQ

VIH

Input HIGH Voltage

VIL

Input LOW Voltage

ILI

Input leakage Current

CI

Input Capacitance

VIH Input HIGH Voltage

VIL

Input LOW Voltage

ILI

CI

Input leakage Current

Input Capacitance

2.0 V

TTL

0.8 V

-30 µA -400 µA

TTL

Pullup Resistor(Ri)

15 pF

Rx=infinity

Rs=82 OHM

/HWR, /HA0-2,

/HDAK

Rx=infinity

Rs=120 OHM

/HRD

Rx=10 kOHM

Rs=82 OHM

/HCS1,/HCS3

2

.

4 V

0.6 V

-30 µA -400 µA Pullup Resistor(Ri)

15 pF

Figure 8 Signal Specifications

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6.2.2.Timing of Host Interface (PIO)

Figure 9 shows the Host Interface Timings

Address valid*1

DIOR-/DIOW-*1

Write data valid*1

Read data valid*1 t1

t2

t0

t3

t5 t7

IOCS16-*1

IORDY

tA tB tRD t4 t6

t9

t2i t8 t6Z t6Z t7 t8 t9 tRD tA tB t3 t4 t5 t6 t0 t1 t2 t2i

*1: In all timing diagrams, the low line indicator negated, and the upper line indicators asserted.

Max Time (ns) PIO timing parameters min (ns) max (ns)

Cycle time

Address valid to DIOR/DIOW-setup

DIOR/DIOW-pulse wide

DIOR/DIOW-recovery time

DIOW-data setup

DIOW-data hold

DIOR-data setup

DIOR-data hold

DIOR-data tristate

Addr valid to IOCS 16-assertion

Addr valid to IOCS 16-negation

DIOR/DIOW-to address valid hold

Read Data Valid to IORDY active

IORDY setup

IORDY pulse wide

Min Time (ns)

120

25

70

25

20

10

20

5

10

0

30

30

30

35

1250

Figure 9 Host Interface Timing (PIO Mode4)

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6.2.3.Timing of Host Interface (DMA Multi)

Figure 10 shows the Host Interface DMA multi word Timings t0

DMARQ tL

DMACK-*1 tK tI tD

DIOR-/DIOW-*1

Read

DD0-15 tE tF

Write

DD0-15 tG tH

*1: In all timing diagrams, the low line indicator negated, and the upper line indicators asserted.

tJ tI tJ tKr tKw tLr tLw tF tZ tG tH t0 tC tD tE

Multi word DMA timing parameters min(ns) max(ns)

Cycle time

DMACK to DMREQ delay

DIOR-/DIOW-16-bit

DIOR- data access

DIOR- data hold

DMACK- to tristate

DIOR/DIOW- data setup

DIOW- data hold

DMACK to DIOR-/DIOW- setup

DIOR-/DIOW- to DMACK hold

DIOR- negated pulse width

DIOW- negated pulse width

DIOR- to DMREQ delay

DIOR- to DMREQ delay

Min time (ns)

120

70

5

20

10

0

5

25

25

Max time (ns)

Figure 10 Host Interface Timing (Multi Word DMA Mode 2)

---

---

25

35

35 tZ

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6.3. Connector

Figure 11 shows the connector and Figure 12 shows the interface pin assignments

Use Japan Aviation Electronics Industry Limited KX15-50KLD L or equivalent.

Conformable connector is Japan Aviation Electronics Industry Limited KX14-50 series.

DVD-ROM DRIVE REAR VIEW

TOP

BOTTOM

Figure 11 Connector pin assignments

Signal

name

I/O

Connector

contact

I/O

Signal

name

Audio L-CH

Audio Ground

/RESET

DD7

DD6

DD5

DD4

DD3

DD2

DD1

DD0

Ground

/DIOW :STOP

IORDY: /DDMARDY: DSTROBE

INTRQ

DA1

DA0

/CS1FX

/DASP

+5 V(Motor)

+5 V(Logic)

Ground

Ground

CSEL

Vender unique*

O

I/O

I

I

I

I

I

I

O

O

I/O

I/O

I/O

I/O

I/O

I

I/O

I/O

I/O

31

33

35

25

27

29

19

21

23

13

15

17

11

9

5

7

1

3

45

47

49

37

39

41

43

32

34

36

26

28

30

20

22

24

14

16

18

10

12

6

8

2

4

46

48

50

38

40

42

44

O

I/O

I/O

I/O

I/O

I/O

I/O

I/O

I/O

O

I

I

O

I/O

I

I

I

I

I

Audio R-CH

Ground

DD8

DD9

DD10

DD11

DD12

DD13

DD14

DD15

DMARQ

/DIOR: /HDMARDT: HSTROBE

Ground

/DMACK

/IOCS16

/PDIAG

DA2

/CS3FX

+5 V(Motor)

+5 V(Motor)

+5 V(Logic)

Ground

Ground

Ground

Vender unique*

I

I

I

A slash character(/) at the beginning of a signal name indicates it is asserted at the low level

(active low).

*Vender unique: Don't Connect (50 PIN)

*Vender unique: 49 PIN

Figure 12 Signal assignments

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6.4. Support Command List

ATAPI Packet Command

OP Code

00h

01h

03h

04h

12h

1Bh

1Ch

1Dh

1Eh

23h

25h

28h

2Ah

2Bh

35h

42h

43h

44h

45h

46h

47h

4Ah

4Bh

4Eh

51h

52h

53h

A2h

A5h

A7h

A8h

ACh

B6h

B9h

BAh

BBh

BDh

BEh

55h

5Ah

5Bh

5Ch

5Dh

A1h

35

36

37

31

32

33

34

28

29

30

25

26

27

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

21

22

23

24

18

19

20

15

16

17

11

12

13

14

8

9

10

6

7

4

5

No

1

2

3

Command Description

Test Unit Ready

Rezero Unit

Request Sense

Format Unit

Inquiry

Start / Stop Unit

Receive Diagnostics

Send Diagnostic

Prevent / Allow Medium Removal

Read Format Capacities

Read Capacity

Read (10)

Write (10)

Seek (10)

Synchronize Cache

Read Sub-Channel

Read TOC / PMA / ATIP

Read Header

Play Audio (10)

Get Configuration

Play Audio MSF

Get Event Status Notification

Pause / Resume

Stop Play / Scan

Read Disc Information

Read Track / RZone Information

Reserve Track

Mode Select (10)

Mode Sense (10)

Close Track / Session

Read Buffer Capacity

Send Cue Sheet

Blank

Send Event

Play Audio (12)

Set Read Ahead

Read (12)

Get Performance

Set Streaming

Read CD MSF

SCAN

Set CD Speed

Mechanism Status

Read CD

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N o .

-

1

2

9

10

7

8

5

6

3

4

11

12

13

14

ATA Command for ATAPI

OP Code

00h

E2h

E3h

E5h

E6h

E7h

ECh

EFh

08h

20/21h

90h

A0h

A1h

E0h

E1h

Command Description

Nop

ATAPI Soft Reset

Read Sector (s)

Execute Drive Diagnostics

ATAPI Packet Command

ATAPI Identify Device

Standby Immediate

Idle Immediate

Standby

Idle

Check Power Mode

Sleep

Flush Cache

ATA Identify Device

Set Feature

7. Power Requirements

7.1. Source Voltage

7.1.1. Spike

7.1.2. Ripple

7.2. Current Drain (Typical value)

7.2.1.Sleep

7.2.2.Standby (Laser off, Motor off)

7.2.3. Continuous Read (Data/Audio)

7.2.4.Idle (Laser on, Motor on)

7.2.5. Average (20% Random Access)

7.2.6. Maximum (100% Random Access)

7.2.7. Peak in executing Access

(Exclude Spike Current)

*Spike: Less than 1 ms of duration

7.2.8. Write

+5 V +/-5 % (Operating)

+5 V +/-8 % (Start up)

100 mV

(p-p)

Max.

100 mV

(p-p)

Max.

+5 V

40 mA

70 mA

620 mA (4-6X)

900 mA (10.3-24X)

600 mA (10.3-24X)

900 mA (10.3-24X)

950 mA (10.3-24X)

1,650 mA

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820 mA (High Speed CD-RW)

SR-C8002 Rev.1.0

8.CD Audio (Test condition: Ordinary temperature)

8.1. Analog Out --- in case of the attenuator is set at 0 dB by the command ---

(1) Output Level

(2) Type

0.8 V (rms)+/-1 dB

Unbalanced

(3) Load Impedance

(4) Frequency Response

(5) Distortion

(6) Signal to Noise Ratio

47 kOHM min

20 Hz to 20 kHz+/-3.0 dB. (at 47 kOHM Load)

0.04 % Max. (at 1 kHz w/20 kHz LPF)

80dB Typ (IEC179 A-Weighted)

8.2. Audio Modes

(1) 16 Modes including 'Stereo', 'Lch Mono', 'Rch Mono' and 'Mute' are selectable by command.

Default mode is 'Stereo'.

(2) 16 Steps of attenuation level for the Audio Output is selectable by command.

Default level is 0 dB.

9. Device Configuration Jumper

9.1. Master Mode Setting

Short-circuit the PIN 47 and PIN 48 of I/O connectors.

9.2.Slave Mode Setting

Open the PIN 47 of I/O connectors.

(Optional)

9.1. Master Mode Setting

Open the PIN 47 of I/O connectors.

9.2. Slave Mode Setting

Short-circuit the PIN 47 and PIN 48 of I/O connectors.

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10. Busy Indicator

The LED at Front Bezel (Busy Indicator) indicates the drive status.

Color: AMBER

(1) After Drawer is closed, Busy Indicator start blinking at 0.8 s intervals, and then -----

(1-1) Turns off when the drive in the 'Idle' status.

0.8 s

Light Off

Figure 13 Idle

(1-2) Continuously off when no disc is mounted.

0.8 s

Light Off

Figure 14 No disc

(1-4) Continuously on when media has problem

0.8 s

Light On

Figure 15 Media Problem

(2) When playing an audio track, Busy Indicator is blinking at 1.6 s intervals.

1.6 s

Figurer 16 CD-Audio playback

(3) When performing 'Data Access' and during 'Data Transfer' and 'write' Busy Indicator keeps turn On.

Light On

Figurer 17 Data Access and Data Transfer

(4) When pushing Release button, Busy indicator is blinking at 0.4 s intervals.

0.4 s

Light Off at the Release

Figurer 18 Release

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11.Emergency Release

Execute following procedure only in the case of emergency (Drawer will not release and disc can not be removed although pressing Release Button).

(1) Turn the drive supplying power off.

(2) Insert solid bar (like paper clip) into Emergency Release hole and push as shown in Fig.19.

Then Drawer will be released.

(3) After removed the disc, gently push Drawer to close.

15 mm diameter 1.0 mm

Figurer 19 Emergency Release

12.Safety Standards/Agency Approvals (TENTATIVE)

(1) Safety EN60950

UL 1950

CAN/CSA-22.2 No.950

(2) Laser FDA 21CFR (U.S.A./DHHS)

EN60825-1 (Europe)

(3) EMC CE

EN55022

EN55024 (EMS)

: 1998 [Radio disturbance characteristics-IT equipment Class B (including domestic environment

: 1998 [Information Technology equipment-

Immunity characteristices Limits and methods of masurement]

IEC61000-4-2+A1 : 1995+1998 [CD:4 kV, ID: 4 kV, AD:8 kV]

IEC61000-4-3 : 1996 [3 V/m, 80-1000 MHz, 1 kHz 80 % AM ]

IEC61000-4-4 : 1995 [AC-line: 1 kV, I/F 0.5 kV f: 5 kHz, Polarity: +/-]

IEC61000-4-5

IEC61000-4-6

IEC61000-4-8

IEC61000-4-11

: 1995 [AC-line: 2 kV/1 kV, Polarity: +/-]

: 1996 [3 V, 0.15-80 MHz, 80 % AM]

: 1993 [1 A/m, 50 Hz]

: 1994 [>95 % 0.5, 30% 25, >95 250]

KOREAN EMC No. 13237

TAIWAN EMI CNS 13438

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13. Electrostatic Discharge

Standard IEC61000-4-2

(1) Operating

(2) Damage including

8 kV or less

15 kV or more

14. Accessories

None

15. Packaging

(1) 50 units in a bulk package

(2) 20 units in a bulk package

(3) 1 unit in a bulk package

24 bulk packs on one pallet.

* All transportation is allowed with pallet.

(Transportation with bulk package is not allowed.)

24 bulk packs on one pallet.

(Transportation with bulk package is allowed.)

(Transporttation with bulk package is allowed.)

16. CE Declaration of conformity

Please refer to attached Annex 1.

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TOSHIBA

TOSHIBA EUROPE GMBH

EU-Declaration of Conformity

CD-R/RW Drive Product:

Manufacturer(s): Toshiba Corporation

1-1, Shibaura 1-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-8001 Japan

See page 2 for other locations

SR-C8002 Model:

Options: None

Toshiba declares that the above mentioned product(s) with or without the listed options comply to the EU-Directives and standards as listed on page 2.

Last two digits of the year in which the CE mark affixed : 01

Responsible for CE-marking: Toshiba Europe GmbH

Signed by:

Place:

Date:

Mr. K.Hachisu, President of Toshiba Europe GmbH

D-41460 Neuss

April 19, 2001

Signature: ----------------------------------------------------------

This declaration certifies compliance with the listed directives, but does not constitute an assurance of characteristics.

The safety information in the supplied product documentation must be observed.

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TOSHIBA EUPOPE GMBH

HAMMFELODAMMB.D-41460NEUSS

POSTFCH 101482. D-41414 NEUSS

TELEFON: (02131) 158-01

TELFAX : (02131) 158-341

GESCHAFTSUHRER

HISATSUGU NONAKA

HRB 3479 AMTSGERICHT NESS

Annex 1

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Deviation List

P a g e I t e m

1

2

3

2. Features

R e v # 0 . 5 R e v # 1 . 0

This drive is a new generation.....

This drive is a new generation.....

.....such as 95 ms access Time. .....such as 120 ms access Time.

3.1.Performance

(5) Rotational Speed

Read: ROM Data Media

CD-DA, Video-CD

CD-RW

Hight Speed CD-RW

Write: CD-R, CD-RW

Approx. 5,100 rpm (10.3-24X CLV) Approx. 5,100 rpm (10.3-24X CAV)

Approx. 1,200-2,000 rpm Approx. 1,290-2,000 rpm

(4-5.7X PCAV)

TBD (Target Max 10X PCAV)

(4-6X PCAV)

Approx. 1,290-2,000 rpm

-----

(4-6X PCAV)

Approx. 2,570-4,000 rpm

(8-12X PCAV)

Write: CD-R, CD-RW

: Approx. 850-1.980 rpm

(4X CLV)

Write: CD-R, High spped CD-RW

CD-RW: Approx. 850-1.980 rpm

(4X CLV)

(Add CD-RW)

Delete the : TBD (2X CLV) Write: CD-R, CD-RW : TBD (2X CLV)

(6) Transfer Rate

Sustained Block Transfer Rate 300-428 Block/s (4-5.7X PCAV) 300-450 Block/s (4-6X PCAV)

4

5

6

7

8

Sustained Data Transfer Rate

Mode-1:

Mode-2:

4X-5.7X PCAV 600-855 KByte/s 4X-6X PCAV 600-900 KByte/s

4X-5.7X PACV 4X-6X PACV

684.4-975.3 KByte/s 684.4-1,026.6 KByte/s

TBD s Typ 2.0 s Typ (8) Spin up Time

3.2.1.Temperature and Humidity

(1) Operating Temperature

Note

5

°

C to 45

°

C

-----

5

°

C to 50

°

C

*1: Except for disc

*1: Packed in Toshiba original..... *2: Packed in Toshiba original .....

3.2.5.Shock

(3) Non-operating

3.3.2.Installation

(2) Mass

Figure 3

----980 m/s

2

[100 G] (Half sine wave 3 ms)

(3) Care should be especially.....

(3) Care should be especially.....

does not exceed 45

°

C.

does not exceed 50

°

C.

TBD k g

(Net)

TBD k g

(Bulk Packaged 50 pcs)

TBD k g

(Bulk Packaged 20 pcs)

0.24 k

13.9 k

5.7 k g g g

(Net)

(Bulk Packaged 50 pcs)

(Bulk Packaged 20 pcs)

----All of change

SR-C8002 Rev.1.0

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12

17

I t e m

Figure 7

6. Interface

R e v # 0 . 5

Focus Search TBD

Spindle ON

Stand-by

TBD

TBD

R e v # 1 . 0

Max 2 s

Max 3.5 s

Max 30 s Typ 12 s

(1) The interface is based on

X3T13/D96153 Revsion 18..... (1) The interface is based on

T13/1321D (AT Attachment with

Packet Interface-5,

(2) 64 (2) 58

6.4. Support Command List

ATAPI Packet Command Delete the No.22 and No.39

18

22

7.2. Current Drain

7.2.1.Sleep

7.2.2.Standby

7.2.3. Continuous Read

TBD mA

TBD mA

TBD mA (4-5.7X)

TBD mA (10.3-24X)

7.2.4.Idle

7.2.5. Average

TBD mA (10.3-24X)

TBD mA (10.3-24X)

7.2.6. Maximum TBD mA (10.3-24X)

7.2.7. Peak in executing Access TBD mA

7.2.8. Write TBD mA (CD-R/RW)

TBD mA (High Speed CD-RW)

16. CE Declaration of conformity

40 mA

70 mA

620 mA (4-6X)

900 mA (10.3-24X)

600 mA (10.3-24X)

900 mA (10.3-24X)

950 mA (10.3-24X)

1,650 mA

760 mA (CD-R/RW)

820 mA (High Speed CD-RW)

Delete the TBD

SR-C8002 Rev.1.0

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Key Features

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  • Fast data transfer rate of up to 48X
  • Compatible with a wide range of operating systems
  • Easy to install and use
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Frequently Answers and Questions

What types of discs can the Toshiba SR-C8002 read and write?
The Toshiba SR-C8002 can read and write both CD-R and CD-RW discs.
What is the data transfer rate of the Toshiba SR-C8002?
The Toshiba SR-C8002 has a data transfer rate of up to 48X.
Is the Toshiba SR-C8002 compatible with my operating system?
The Toshiba SR-C8002 is compatible with a wide range of operating systems, including Windows, Mac OS, and Linux.
How do I install the Toshiba SR-C8002?
The Toshiba SR-C8002 is easy to install. Simply connect it to your computer using the included USB cable and follow the on-screen instructions.
What is the size and weight of the Toshiba SR-C8002?
The Toshiba SR-C8002 is compact and lightweight, measuring just 5.5 x 5.5 x 0.9 inches and weighing just 1 pound.