PS-3710A/PS-3711A Series Hard Disk / SSD Unit

• Do not attempt to modify or open the
HDD/SSD unit, since it can cause a
shock or fire.
• When installing the HDD/SSD unit, be
sure to read this guide "Installation"
section's information completely to
insure that the unit is correctly
installed.
PS-3710A/PS-3711A Series
Hard Disk/SSD Unit
Installation Guide
This installation guide covers the following
products.
• PS371XA-HD60P
• PS371XA-SD16P
The PS371XA-HD60P is the hard disk unit
(HDD unit) for Pro-face’s PS-3710A/PS3711A Series.
The PS371XA-SD16P is the SSD unit for
Pro-face’s PS-3710A/PS-3711A Series.
This HDD/SSD unit has built-in recording
device to be used for loading the IDE I/F of
the PS-A
Corresponding units:
PS-3710A/PS-3711A Series
(hereafter referred as the "PS-A")
To Prevent Accidents
• Since the HDD/SSD unit is a precision
instrument, be sure it is neither hit by nor
pressed strongly against another object.
After unpacking, be sure the unit is not
dropped or jolted during installation. Also,
a PS-A unit built in to a larger unit (i.e.
operation panel) should be removed and
packed separately prior to shipping.
• Be sure water, liquids or metal particles are
not allowed to enter the HDD/SSD unit.
Any of these may cause either a breakdown or an electrical shock.
• Do not place or store this unit in a location
where there is direct sunlight, excessive
heat, dust or vibration.
• Do not store or operate this unit near chemicals, or where there are chemical fumes.
• Do not allow anyone other than Pro-face’s
own service staff to perform maintenance
or adjustments to this unit.
• Do not move or shift the PS-A unit while
the HDD/SSD unit is installed and the PSA unit's power is ON.
• Do not use the HDD/SSD unit in locations
where corrosive gasses are present, since
they can lead to a hard disk breakdown.
• To prevent the data damage, be sure to shut
down the PS-A unit’s OS according to the
correct procedure before turning OFF the
main power.
• To prevent memory leaks, restart the OS
periodically.
• The hard disk has the lifetime. To use it
longer by steady operation, read the
attached “Instructions for Using the Hard
Disk” carefully.
About the Manual
For the detailed information on PS-A series,
refer to the following manuals.
• PS-3710A/PS-3711A Series Hardware
Manual
Manuals can be downloaded from Pro-face
Home Page.
URL
http://www.pro-face.com/otasuke/
Safety Cautions
• Be sure to check that the PS-A unit’s
power is disconnected before installing
the unit, in order to prevent an electrical shock.
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all HDD/SSD data periodically and/or
prepare a backup HDD/SSD unit.
• In order to extend the lifetime of the hard
disk, Pro-face recommends you set the
Windows® [Control panel]-[Performance
and Maintenance]-[Power Management
option]-[Turn off hard disks] selection to
turn the hard disk off when the unit is not
being operated. A setting of 5 minutes is
recommended.
Unit Disposal
• When this HDD/SSD unit is disposed of, it
should be done so according to your country’s regulations for similar types of industrial wastes.
Package Contents
(1) HDD Unit (1)
or SSD Unit (1)
(2) Attachment Screws (4)
(3) Jumper Plug (1)
(Attached to the HDD/SSD Unit)
(4) Installation Guide (1) (This Guide)
(5) Instructions for Using the Hard Disk (1)
(HDD Unit Only)
Pro-face has taken the utmost care to ensure
the quality of this product when it was
shipped, however, should, for any reason,
problems or damage have occurred during
shipping, please contact your Pro-face
representative immediately for service.
• This HDD/SSD unit has a finite usage
lifetime. Therefore, be sure to back up
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Hardware Specifications
„ HDD Unit
Features
Capacity
60GB
Average Seek Time 12msec (TYP)
At Startup : 4.5W (TYP)
Power Consumption Read/Write : 1.6/1.6W (TYP)
During Wait : 0.2W (TYP)
Interface
Parallel ATA
Operation Lifetime
5 years, or 20,000 operating hours, whichever comes first
Weight
Approx. 150g
• The HDD unit's lifetime will vary, depending on the usage conditions and environment.
The above value is calculated assuming an ambient temperature of 20°C and 333
hours of operation per month. (HDD access frequency of 20% or less)
• To use the hard disk longer by steady operation, read the attached “Instructions for
Using the Hard Disk” carefully.
Environment
Surrounding Air
Temperature
PS-3710A
5°C to 50°C
PS-3711A
5°C to 45°C
Storage Temperature
-20°C to +60°C
Ambient Humidity
10%RH to 90%RH (no condensation)
(Wet bulb temperature: 29°C or less)
Storage Humidity
10%RH to 90%RH (no condensation)
(Wet bulb temperature: 39°C or less)
Noise Immunity
(via Noise Simulator)
Noise Voltage: 1,500Vp-p
Pulse Width: 50ns, 500ns, 1µs
Electrostatic Discharge Immunity 6kV
Vibration Resistance
4.9m/s2 (10Hz to 25Hz) (When Operating)
Concussion Resistance
3,920m/s2 (1ms, Half-sine shock pulse) (When
Shipping)
• Using the HDD unit in an environment that is excessively hot and/or humid will
shorten the disk’s usage lifetime. A wet bulb temperature of 29°C or less is recommended. This is equivalent to the following data.
Temperature
Humidity
at 35°C
no higher than 64%RH
at 40°C
no higher than 44%RH
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„ SSD Unit
Features
Capacity
16GB
Power Consumption
2.5W (MAX)
Interface
Parallel ATA
Weight
Approx. 150g
Environment
Surrounding Air Temperature
0°C to 50°C
Storage Temperature
-20°C to +60°C
Ambient Humidity
10%RH to 90%RH (no condensation)
Storage Humidity
10%RH to 90%RH (no condensation)
Noise Immunity
(via Noise Simulator)
Noise Voltage: 1,500Vp-p
Pulse Width: 50ns, 500ns, 1µs
Electrostatic Discharge Immunity 6kV
Vibration Resistance
IEC61131-2 compliant
5 to 9Hz
single-amplitude
3.5mm
9 to 150Hz constant-accelerated velocity 9.8m/s2
X, Y, Z directions for 10 cycle (100 minutes)
• The SSD unit has a limited number of writes. Exceeding the guaranteed number of
writes could make it impossible to read and write data, or systems may become
unstable resulting in malfunctions.
• You can calculate the expected lifetime of the SSD unit based on the number of
writes.
SSD memory capacity: 15,631 MB
Guaranteed number of writes: 1 hundred thousand
The expected lifetime when writing 512 MB of data once per minute is approximately
6 years.
Depending on the system and software, data writes may actually be run several times
even when only one write command is made. This can lead to actual lifetimes significantly different from expected lifetimes.
In order to make more accurate lifetime predictions, please use Pro-face's System
Monitor, which is included with the PS-A unit.
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Hard Disk Unit Settings
SSD Unit Settings
The PS371XA-HD60P is one of the options
for PS-A, when shipped, set as the PS-A's
Slave drive (Second Drive). When using the
PS371XA-HD60P as the PS-A's Master
drive, be sure to remove the jumper plug as
follows;
The PS371XA-SD16P is one of the options
for PS-A, when shipped, set as the PS-A's
Master drive (First Drive). When using the
PS371XA-SD16P as the PS-A's Slave drive,
be sure to remove the jumper plug as follows;
PS371XA-HD60P
Master
PS371XA-SD16P
Slave
(Factory
Settings)
jumper pin
jumper pin
Master
(Factory
Settings)
Slave
jumper plug
jumper plug
• If PS-A unit has this SSD Unit as a
built-in SSD disk, the SSD unit, when
shipped, is set as the PS-A's Master. If
set as the PS-A's Slave, be sure to
remove the jumper plug, since it can
cause a malfunction or damage the
unit.
• As for PS-A unit built-in Windows® XP
Embedded (CF Card drive) and
PS371XA-SD16P use the CF Card
drive and the SSD unit as the factory
settings (CF Card drive is set to the
PS-A's Master drive and SSD unit is
set to the PS-A's Slave drive).
• If PS-A unit has this HDD Unit as a
built-in hard disk, the HDD unit, when
shipped, is set as the PS-A's Master. If
set as the PS-A's Slave, be sure to
use the jumper plug included in the
package, since it can cause a malfunction or damage the unit.
• As for PS-A unit built-in Windows® XP
Embedded (CF Card drive) and
PS371XA-HD60P use the CF Card
drive and the HDD unit as the factory
settings (CF Card drive is set to the
PS-A's Master drive and HDD unit is
set to the PS-A's Slave drive).
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„ When attaching the HDD/SSD
to the PS-3710A
Installation
(1) Place the PS-A unit face down and
unscrew five (5) attachment screws.
(See diagram).
(2) Lift the PS-A unit's Rear Cover off of the
PS-A unit.
• Shock Danger! Be sure to unplug the
PS-A unit from its power supply prior to
installing the HDD/SSD unit.
PS-A unit's Rear Cover
• Since the HDD/SSD unit is a precision
instrument that has a low resistance to
shocks, be sure it is neither hit by nor
pressed strongly against another
object when installing it.
• Even when the PS-A unit’s screen display disappears, the power might be
distributed inside (such as the
"Standby"status etc). Be sure to confirm that the power cable on the rear
side of the PS-A unit is OFF.
(3) Insert the HDD/SSD unit cable
connector completely into the IDE I/F.
Attach HDD/SSD unit using four (4)
attachment screws.
The torque should be 0.5 to 0.6 N·m.
IDE I/F
(4) Replace the PS-A unit's Rear Cover and
reattach five (5) attachment screws.
The torque should be 0.5 to 0.6 N·m.
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„ When attaching the HDD/SSD
to the PS-3711A
(1) Place the PS-A unit face down and
unscrew eight (8) attachment screws.
(See diagram).
(2) Lift the PS-A unit's Rear Cover off of the
PS-A unit.
As for AC type, remove the power cover
as shown below.
PS-A unit's Rear Cover
(3) Insert the HDD/SSD unit cable
connector completely into the IDE I/F.
Attach the HDD/SSD unit using four (4)
attachment screws.
The torque should be 0.5 to 0.6 N·m.
IDE I/F
(4) Replace the PS-A unit's Rear Cover and
reattach eight (8) attachment screws.
As for AC type, replace the power cover
and reattach the screws.
The torque should be 0.5 to 0.6 N·m.
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Inquiry
Do you have any questions about
difficulties with this product?
Please access our site anytime that
you need help with a solution.
http://www.pro-face.com/otasuke/
Note
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damages, losses, or third party claims arising
from the uses of this product.
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