Mitsumi CR-4802TU, CR-4803TE Installation Manual


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Mitsumi CR-4802TU, CR-4803TE Installation Manual | Manualzz
MITSUMI
CR Series CD-R/RW
Drives
INSTALLATION MANUAL
VERSION 5.1
Mitsumi Internal CD-ReWritable Quick Installation Guide
1. Start by shutting down the computer along with the monitor and any other
peripherals.
2. Unplug the power cord from the computer.
3. Remove the computer case cover.
4. Remove the cover from an empty drive bay.
5. Attach mounting rails or brackets to the drive if required.
6. Note the pairs of pins on the back of the drive labeled: Master, Slave and
Cable Select.
7. Note that one of the pairs has a small jumper between them. The factory
setting for the jumper is Master. If necessary, move the jumper to Slave if the
drive will share an IDE data cable with another drive.
8. Slide the drive into the chassis and secure with the mounting screws.
9. Align the connector of the 40-pin IDE cable with the pin slot on the drive
noting the position of pin 1 and the notch on the connector itself. Gently press
the connector into the pin slot making sure it seats completely and firmly.
10. Plug the other end of the IDE cable into the IDE Secondary connector
located on the motherboard.
11. Attach an unused power cable to the back of the drive, with the beveled
edge up.
12. Plug the audio cable into the audio-out connection on the back of the drive
as shown. It should set firmly with a locking tab securing it. Next, connect the
other end into an available audio-in connection on the sound card.
13. Replace the computer case cover.
14. Plug in the power cord, connect other computer peripherals and turn on
your computer.
15. As the computer turns back on, the WindowsTM operating system will
automatically recognize the new drive and will make it available for use.
16. Insert the Software Installation CD and follow the on-screen instructions for
installing the writing software.
Rear View of the Drive
Power Cable
Audio Cable
40-pin Interface Cable
Pin #1
Power Cable - Supplies power to the CD-R drive from a standard
PC AT power supply.
40-pin Interface Cable -
Connection for 40-pin ribbon IDE
interface cable.
Audio Cable - Provides stereo audio output to a sound card.
CAUTION: The discharge of static elctricity can damage electronic
circuitry. Avoid static discharge by touching a grounded metal object such
as the computer case before and during installation of your new drive or
by wearing a grounding strap connected to a ground source.
Mitsumi External CD-ReWritable Quick Installation Guide
1. Using an audio cable, connect your drive to your speakers.
2. Next, connect the power cable and plug into a power source.
3. Turn the power of the External CD-R/RW Drive on.
4. Connect the USB cable to the PC.
5. The PC will automatically detect the External CD-R/RW Drive. Click “Next>”.
6. Check “Search for the best driver for your device” and click “Next>”.
7. Check “Floppy disk drives”. Inset the diskette provided with the External CDR/RW Drive into the A:\ drive and click “Next>”.
8. Click “Next>”.
9. The device driver will be installed for your External CD-R/RW Drive.
Rear View of the Drive
Power Switch
USB Connector
Audio Out
Power Cable
Power Cable - Supplies power to the external CD-R/RW drive .
USB Connector -
Connection for USB interface cable.
Audio Out - Provides stereo audio output to a speaker.
Power Switch - Power on/off
Safety Information
Please follow all safety warnings and instructions printed in this manual and on
the CD-R/RW drive to avoid damaging your drive or harming yourself.
Never attempt to service the drive yourself.
No user serviceable parts are inside the unit.
Opening or removing the cover can expose
you to dangerous voltage levels, laser beams,
and other hazards.
Do not attempt to open the unit. The laser beam
used by the CD-R/RW drive can be harmful to the
eyes. All service procedures should be performed by an authorized dealer or distributor.
Note that the noise level of compact disc audio is much lower than that of an
analog audio source. Do not attempt to set the speaker sound level by listening to the noise level. Too high a setting can damage your speakers. Begin
with the sound level set low, then gradually increase the volume to the desired
level.
Disclaimer
The vendor shall have no liability or responsibility to the purchaser or any other
person for any loss or damage or any special, incidental or consequential
damages caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly by the product,
including, but not limited to, loss of previously or currently written data, any
interruption of service, loss of customer goodwill, loss of business, anticipatory
profits or consequential damages resulting from the use or operation of the
product.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
Information
This unit generates and uses radio frequency energy and if it is not installed
and used properly in strict accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions, it
may cause interference with radio and television reception. This unit has been
tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B computing device, in
accordance with the specifications in Part 15 of the FCC rules which are
designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference in a
residential installation.
We cannot guarantee, however, that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this unit does cause interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the unit off and on, the user is encouraged
to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient the receiving antenna
• Relocate the unit with respect to the receiver
• Move the unit away from the receiver
• Plug the unit into a different outlet so that the unit and the receiver
are on different branch circuits
If necessary, consult your dealer or an experienced radio/television engineer for
additional suggestions. The booklet “How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV
Interference Problems,” Stock No. 004-000-00345-4, may be helpful. This
booklet was prepared by the Federal Communications Commission and is
available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
FCC Declaration of Conformity
MITSUMI
CR-4802TE
CR-4802TU
CR-4803TE
CR-4804TE
The device complies with part 15 of the FCC (U.S.A.) rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
MITSUMI Electronics Corp.
5808 W.Campus Circle Dr.
Irving, TX. 75063
Tel. (972)550-7300
For customers in Canada
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
Pour les utilisateurs au Canada
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du
Réglement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.
CR-4802TE Specifications
Supported Disc Formats
CD-ROM Mode 1; CD-DA; CD-i; Video CD; CD-Extra (CD Plus)
CD-ROM XA Mode 2 Form 1 and Form 2; Photo CD
Writing Methods
Disc-at-Once, Track-at-Once, Multisession,
Packet Writing
Disc Diameters
12 cm, 8 cm
Interface
ATAPI specification SFF-8020i/8080
Data Transfer Rate (Average)
Read:
1200Kbytes/sec (Mode 1), 1400 Kbytes/sec (Mode 2)
Write:
600 Kbytes/sec (Mode 1), 700 Kbytes/sec (Mode 2)
IDE Data Transfer Rate (Burst)
11.1 Mbytes/sec (16 bits PIO mode)
13.3 Mbytes/sec (Multiword DMA mode)
Average Access Speeds (including the latency time)
Random
150 ms typical
Full Stroke
250 ms typical
Data Buffer Size 2 Mbyte
Audio
Channels
Sampling Frequency
Filtering
Quantization
Volume Control
Reliability (MTBF)
Power on hour
2 channels
44.1 kHz
4 times over-sampling, digital/analog filters
1 bit (16bits linear equivalent)
Software, L& R separate volume control
50,000 hours
Dimensions and Weight
Width/Height/Depth 148 x 42 x 210 mm
Weight
0.9 kgW max.
Power Supply
DC +5V
DC +12V
+5V +/-5%, 2.00A max. @ 8x full stroke
+12V +/-5%, 2.80A max. @ 8x full stroke
Environmental Conditions
Operating:
5~40°C, 20 to 85% RH non-condensing
Storage:
-20~60°C, 10 to 95% RH non-condensing
CR-4802TU Specifications
Supported Disc Formats
CD-ROM Mode 1 and 2; CD-DA; CD-i; Video CD; CD-Extra (CD Plus)
CD-ROM XA Mode 2 Form 1 and Form 2; Photo CD (read), CD UDF
Writing Methods
Disc-at-Once, Track-at-Once, Multisession,
Packet Writing
Disc Diameters
12 cm, 8 cm
Interface
USB Interface
Data Transfer Rate (Maximum)
Read:
1200KB/s (8X speed)
Write:
600 KB/s (4X speed)
Rewrite:
300 KB/s (2X speed)
Average Access Speed
Random
200 ms typical (8X speed)
Data Buffer Size 2 MB
Audio
Channels
Sampling Frequency
Filtering
Quantization
Volume Control
2 channels
44.1 kHz
4 times over-sampling, digital/analog filters
1 bit (16bits linear equivalent)
Software, L& R separate volume control
Loading Mechanism
Power tray
Installation Orientation
Horizontal
Lifetime (MTBF)
50,000 POH
External Dimensions
7.6” wide x 2.1” high x 9.9” deep [194 (W)x 53.5 (H) x 255.70 (D) mm]
Weight
5.01 lbs. [2.27kg]
Power Supply
AC110-240V(50Hz-60Hz)
Environmental Conditions
Operating:
5~40°C, 20 to 85% RH non-condensing
Storage:
-20~60°C, 10 to 95% RH non-condensing
CR-4803TE Specifications
Supported disc formats
CD-ROM Mode 1; CD-DA; CD-i; Video CD; CD-Extra (CD plus)
CD-ROM XA Mode 2 Form 1 and Form 2; Photo CD
Writing Methods
Disc-at-Once, Track-at-Once, Multisession,
Packet Writing
Disc diameters
12 cm, 8 cm
Interface
ATAPI specification SFF-8020i/8080
Data transfer rate
Read:(MAX)
3000 Kbytes/sec (Mode 1), 3500 Kbytes/sec (Mode 2)
Write:(average) 600 Kbytes/sec (Mode 1), 700 Kbytes/sec (Mode 2)
(Compatible only with 2x speed recording for CD-RW disc)
IDE Data transfer rate (Burst)
16.6 Mbytes/sec (16 bits PIO mode)
16.6 Mbytes/sec (Multiword DMA mode)
Average Access speeds (including the latency time)
Random
135 ms typical
Full Stroke
220 ms typical
Data Buffer Size
2 Mbyte
Audio
Channels
Sampling Frequency
Filtering
Quantization
Volume Control
2 channels
44.1 kHz
8 times over-sampling, digital/analog filters
1 bit
Software, L& R separate volume control
Reliability (MTBF)
Power on hour
50,000 hours
Dimensions and weight
Width/Height/Depth
Weight
148 x 42 x 210 mm
0.9 kgW max.
Power Supply
DC +5V
DC +12V
+5V +/-5%, 2.00A max. @ 20x full stroke
+12V +/-5%, 2.90A max. @ 20x full stroke
Environmental conditions
Operating
5~40°C, 20 to 85%RH non-condensing
Storage:
-20~60°C, 10 to 95%RH non-condensing
CR-4804TE Specifications
Supported disc formats
CD-ROM Mode 1; CD-DA; CD-i; Video CD; CD-Extra (CD plus)
CD-ROM XA Mode 2 Form 1 and Form 2; Photo CD
Writing Methods
Disc-at-Once, Track-at-Once, Multisession,
Packet Writing
Disc diameters
12 cm, 8 cm
Interface
ATAPI specification SFF-8020i/8080
Data transfer rate
Read:(MAX)
Write:(average)
3600 Kbytes/sec (Mode 1), 4200 Kbytes/sec (Mode 2)
600 Kbytes/sec (Mode 1), 700 Kbytes/sec (Mode 2)
IDE Data transfer rate (Burst)
16.6 Mbytes/sec (16 bits PIO mode)
16.6 Mbytes/sec (Multiword DMA mode)
Average Access speeds (including the latency time)
Random
135 ms typical
Full Stroke
220 ms typical
Data Buffer Size
2 Mbyte
Audio
Channels
Sampling Frequency
Filtering
Quantization
Volume Control
2 channels
44.1 kHz
8 times over-sampling, digital/analog filters
1 bit
Software, L& R separate volume control
Reliability (MTBF)
Power on hour
50,000 hours
Dimensions and weight
Width/Height/Depth
Weight
148 x 42 x 210 mm
0.9 kgW max.
Power Supply
DC +5V
DC +12V
+5V +/-5%, 2.00A max. @ 20x full stroke
+12V +/-5%, 2.90A max. @ 20x full stroke
Environmental conditions
Operating
5~40°C, 20 to 85%RH non-condensing
Storage:
-20~60°C, 10 to 95%RH non-condensing
Licenses and Trademarks: Product names mentioned in this manual are trademarks or
registered trademarks of their respective companies and are hereby acknowledged. Information in this manual is subject to change without notice and does not represent a commitment on
the part of the vendor. The software described in this manual is furnished under a license agreement and may be used or copied only in accordance with the terms of that agreement.
Printed in USA. June, 1999

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