Hitachi Ultrastar 10K300-73GB

Hitachi Ultrastar 10K300-73GB
Product Summary
Hitachi Ultrastar 10K300
Ultra 320 SCSI hard disk drive
Models:
HUS103030FL3600
HUS103014FL3600
HUS103073FL3600
HUS103030FL3800
HUS103014FL3800
HUS103073FL3800
Introduction
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The new Hitachi Ultrastar 10K300 offers capacities of
300 GB, 147 GB and 73 GB in Ultra 320 SCSI models.
The high reliability and excellent performance of the
Hitachi Ultrastar 10K300 are the result of the implementation of a number of advanced disk drive technologies,
including giant magnetoresistive head technology, NoID sector formatting, Predictive Failure Analysis, and
ECC on the fly correction.
Features
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Capacities of 300 GB, 147 GB, 73 GB
68- and 80-pin Ultra 320 industry standard interface
Shock: Nonoperational: 250 G (2ms), 75 G (11 ms);
Operational: 15 G (11 ms)
Rotational speed: 10,000 RPM
Average seek time, Read (300GB - 4.7 ms),
(147GB – 4.5 ms), (73 GB)
Average latency: 2.99 ms
Areal density: 61 Gbits/square inch
No-ID sector formatting
PRML data channel
8 MB (SCSI) buffer for read and write
On The Fly correction
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Load/Unload heads
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Predictive Failure Analysis
Giant Magnetoresistive heads
No-ID sector formatting
Adaptive power save control
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Technical/commercial workstations
Network servers
High-end personal computers
CAD/CAM
Multimedia
Transaction processing
Data mining applications
Benefits
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Wide range of capacities
Interface data rates of 320 MB/s
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Robust design for portable computing applications
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Excellent data rate across disk surface
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Fast access to data
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Increased storage capacity
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Fast access to data and improved throughput
High reliability
Increased durability during power save modes and
non-operation
High reliability and availability
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High areal density, low component count
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Low power for battery powered applications
More data stored per track, increased sustained
data transfer rate
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Electrical connectors
Option jumper blocks
Pin 1
Address 0
Address 8
Address 1
Address 9
Address 2
Address 10
Address 3
Address 11
Address 4
Address 12
Address 5
Address 13
Address 6
Address 14
Address 7
Address 15
80-pin SCA models (rear view)
Uses a DDK connector which is compatible with SCSI
Parallel Interface 3 (SPI-3).
+5V
68 Pin SCSI Connector
Auxiliary Connector
A
+5V
SCSI Pin 1
J4
B
Power Pins
1
3
5
7
9 11 13
1
3
5
7
2
4
6
8 10 12 14
2
4
6
8 10 12 14
C
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K
D
E
F
1234
L
J6
M
N
G
H
68-pin models (rear view)
4
3
2
Pin
1
2
3
4
1
Voltage
+12 V
GND
GND
+5V
O
P
I
Complies with the ANSI SCSI “P” connector specifications.
9
Q
J
The drive has two option jumper blocks designated as
‘J-4’ and ‘J-6’ located on the circuit board.
J-4 Jumper settings
Power pin assignment of 68-pin models
ID0
ID2
+5V
ID3
ID1
7
5 3 1
12 10 8
6 4 2
11 9
Reserved
Ground
SCSI ID (address) settings
Assign a SCSI address by placing jumpers on the
appropriate address pins (D, E, F, and G). Refer to
address settings in the illustration above.
LED pins
The LED pins are used to drive an external Light Emitting Diode. Up to 30 mA of sink current is provided.
Refer to the Ultrastar 146Z10 Hard Disk Drive Specifications for a detailed functional description of this pin.
Termination Power
If a jumper is installed on pins 3 & 4 (position I) of the
68-pin models, termination power is supplied to pins 17,
18, 51, and 52 of the 68-pin SCSI interface.
LED Cathode
Force SE Mode
Auxiliary block of 68-pin models
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Installing a jumper on pins 5 & 6 (position H) causes the
drive to function in single-ended mode.
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J-6 Jumper settings
Read
147 GB
73 GB
Full stroke
Full stroke
Read
Write
Enable Auto Spin Up – 68-pin models
Installing a jumper on pins 1 & 2
(position Q) on 68-pin models
causes the drive to spin up automatically after a power on reset. If this
position is not jumpered, the drive
will not spin up unless a START
UNIT command is received.
Disable Auto Spin Up – 80-pin
models
If pins 1 & 2 (position Q) on 80-pin
models are not jumpered, the drive
will spin up automatically after a
power on reset. Installing a jumper
on this position prevents the drive
from spinning up unless a START
UNIT command is received.
Auto Start Delay/Delay Start 6/12
Installing a jumper on pins 3 & 4
(position P) and 5 & 6 (position O)
controls when and how the drive
spins up in conjunction with
pins 1 & 2. When both Auto Spin
Up and Auto Start Delay are
enabled, the drive start is delayed
by a period of time multiplied by the
SCSI address of the drive. If Auto
Spin Up is disabled, these jumpers
will be ignored.
Disable SCSI Parity Check
Installing a jumper on pins 7 & 8
(position N) disables SCSI Parity
checking.
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4.2
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DC power requirements
The following voltage specifications
apply at the drive power connector.
Connection to the drive should be
made in safety extra low voltage
(SELV) circuits. No special power
on/off sequencing is required.
+5 volt supply
+12 volt supply*
5V ± 5%
12V ± 5%
*A deviation up to –8% is acceptable
during drive spin up, however spin up
time is not guaranteed
Power supply current:
+5V pop mean (in Amps)
Idle average
Start up Maximum
0.60
.70
+12V pop mean (in Amps)
300 GB
Idle avg
0.68
Seek, peak
2.52
Start upmax
2.45
73 GB
Idle avg
0.42
Seek avg
2.15
Start upmax
2.28
147 GB
0.46
2.32
2.45
Generated ripple at drive power
connector
Enable TI-SDTR
Installing a jumper on pins 9 &10
(position M) enables Target Initiated
Synchronous Data Transfer
Request Negotiation.
Disable Unit Attention
Installing a jumper on pins 11 &12
(position L) enables control of the
Unit Attention Inhibit (UAI) bit in
Mode Page 0.
During drive start up and seeking,
12-volt ripple is generated by the
drive (referred to as dynamic loading). If the power of several drives
is daisy chained together, the
power supply ripple as well as the
dynamic loading of other drives
must remain within the regulation
tolerance of ±5%. A more desirable
method of power distribution is a
common supply with separate
power leads to each drive.
While every effort was made to
design the drive not to influence the
SCSI bus during these events, it is
the responsibility of the system to
insure voltage regulation and conformance to operational and nonoperational shock limits. During
Hot Plug events the nonoperational shock levels should not
be exceeded. The operational
shock levels of adjacent drives
should also not be exceeded. The
recommended procedure is to
prohibit write operations to adjacent
drives during Hot Plug and
Hot Unplug actions.
During Hot Unplug the operational
shock limit specifications should not
be exceeded. If this cannot be guaranteed, the drive should be issued
a SCSI Stop Unit command that is
allowed to complete before unplugging. The basic requirement is that
the operational shock limits are in
effect while the drive is operational
or spinning down.
Once the drive has completely
stopped, the nonoperational shock
limits are in effect. The
recommended procedure is to allow
the unplugged drive to rest in the
drive bay for a minimum of
15 seconds and then complete the
removal. During Hot Plug or
Unplug events the power supply
ripple on adjacent operational
drives should not be outside the
±5% regulation tolerance.
SCSI bus connectors and cable
Refer to ANSI SCSI Parallel Interface-3 T10/1302D, revision 11, for
detailed specifications.
Data organization (logical)
Model
300 GB
147 GB
73 GB
Heads
12
5
3
Seek times (typical - ms)
GB
Average
300 GB
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Disks
5
3
2
Hot Plug/Unplug support
The term 'Hot Plug' refers to the
action of mechanically engaging a
device to the power and/or bus
when other devices may be active
on the same bus.
(ms)
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SCSI bus terminators (optional)
Operating environment
Acoustics
On board SCSI active termination is
not supported. The using system is
responsible for making sure that all
required signals are terminated at
both ends of the bus cable.
The drive operates within its performance limits when the following
environmental conditions are maintained.
The criteria of the A-weighted
sound power levels are given in Bel
relative to one pico watt and are
shown in the following table. The
measurement method is in accordance with ISO7779. Drives must
meet these criteria in both board up
and board down orientations.
Terminator power
Terminator power can be provided
by the 5V power supply through
current limiter and Schottky diode.
This function can be selected by
jumper. 80-pin SCA-2 models do
not support SCSI bus Terminator
Power.
Operating conditions
Temperature
5 – 55°C
Relative humidity
5 – 90%
(non condensing)
Max wet bulb temp
29 °C
(non condensing)
Max temp gradient
15°C/hour
Altitude (meters) –300 to 3048
Non-operating conditions
Vibration and shock
Operating vibration
The overall RMS (root mean
square) vibration level on all axis is
1.0 G.
Non-operating vibration
The overall RMS level of vibration
level on all axix is 5.0 G.
Operating shock
The drive withstands with no data
loss a half-sine shock pulse of 15 G
of 11 ms duration.
The shock pulses are applied ten
pulses for each direction and for all
three axes for a total of 60 pulses.
There must be a minimum delay of
30 seconds between shock pulses
to allow the drive to complete all necessary error recovery procedures.
Non-operating shock
The drive withstands with no data
loss a half-sine shock pulse of 75 G
of 11 ms duration and a half-sine
shock pulse of 250 G of 2 ms
duration.
The shocks are applied in each
direction of the three mutually
perpendicular axes of the drive.
Rotational shock
The drive withstands with no data
loss a rotational shock of 30,000
rad/s2 applied around the axis of the
actuator pivot for a duration of
1 ms.
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Temperature: –40 to +70°C
Relative humidity
5 – 90%
(non condensing)
Max wet bulb temp
29°C/hour
(non condensing)
Max temp gradient
15°C/hour
Altitude (meters) –300 to12,000
NOTE: The system must provide
sufficient ventilation to maintain a
surface temperature not to exceed
60°C at the center of the top cover
of the drive. Non-condensing conditions should be kept at all times.
Maximum storage period in the
shipping package is one year.
Corrosion test
The hard disk drive shows no signs
of corrosion inside or outside of the
hard disk assembly and is functional after subjection to a temperature
of 50°C with a relative humidity of
90% for seven days
A-weighted sound power levels:
Idle – Typical (Bels) - 3.4
The acoustical characteristics of the
drive subsystem are measured
under the following conditions:
Idle mode
powered on, disks spinning, track
following, unit ready to receive
and respond to control line
commands
Operating mode
continuous random cylinder
selection and seek operation of
the actuator with a dwell time at
each cylinder. The seek rate Ns
is to be calculated according to
the following formula:
Ns = 0.4/(Tt + T1)
where
Ns = avg seeks per second
Tt = published random seek time,
and
T1 = time for the drive to rotate by
half a revolution.
ATTENTION: The drive
must be protected
against electrostatic discharge (ESD) especially
when being handled.
The safest way to avoid
damage is to put the drive in an
anti-static bag before ESD wrist
straps are removed.
Drives must be shipped in approved
containers. Severe damage can be
caused to the drive if the packaging
does not adequately protect against
the shock levels induced when a
box is dropped. Consult your
Hitachi representative if you do not
have an approved shipping
container.
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Operating modes
Electromagnetic compatibility
To provide the greatest flexibility of
operation with optimum performance and power consumption, the
drive has a number of operating
modes. These are defined below.
When installed in a suitable enclosure and exercised with a random
accessing routine at the maximum
data rate, the drive meets the
following worldwide EMC requirements:
Spin Up
Start up time period from spindle
stop or power down.
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United States Federal
Communications Commission
(FCC) Rules and Regulations
(Class B), Part 15
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This drive is certified for
compliance to EC directive
89/336/EEC
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C-Tick Mark complies with
Australian EMC standard,
AS/NZS 3548:1995 Class B
The drive complies with Taiwan
BSMI EMC standard
Seek
Seek operation mode
Write
Write operation mode
Read
Read operation mode
Performance idle
The device is capable of responding immediately to media access requests. All electronic components
remain powered and full frequency
servo remains operational.
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Physical dimensions
Low Power idle
Spindle motor is rotating normally
with actuator unloaded to the parking positions.
Standby
The device interface is capable of
accepting commands. Spindle motor is stopped. All circuitry except
host interface is in power saving
mode. The execution of commands
is delayed until spindle becomes
ready.
Height (mm)
Width (mm)
Length (mm)
Weight (grams max)
26.1
101.6±0.25
147.0±0.6
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Refer to the illustration below.
Mounting
The drive will operate in all axes
(six directions). To avoid performance degradation the drive must
be mounted securely in the system.
Drive level vibration tests and shock
tests are to be conducted with the
drive mounted to the table using the
bottom four screws.
Refer to the illustration on the next
page for mounting positions and
tappings.
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