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TOSHIBA

DISK PRODUCTS DIVISION

XM-7002B

CD-ROM DRIVE

PRODUCT SPECIFICATION

JUNE 1999

Rev. 1.0

Specifications are subject to change without notice

DOCUMENT NUMBER

12095

Notice

1.This product has no over-current protection circuit.

System should have appropriate over-current protection.

Toshiba Corporation makes no warranty of damages caused by no over-current protection.

2.This has a little possibility of errors.

To prevent damages and injury caused by the above, careful consideration for the safety and integrity should be taken in the system design.

Do not use this product in a system that may cause hazard to human being or material loss caused by the failure, loss of data and/or errors of this product.

3.Do not disassemble or modify this product.

Or, reliability, safety and performance can not be guaranteed.

4.Turn off the system power before mounting/removing this product.

Or, it may cause failure or damage.

5.Because the Interface connector of this product allows insertion of only one side direction, ascertain direction carefully to insert the connector.

6.To built this product in an equipment, handle it only in electrostatically safe environment.

Do not touch connecting terminal directly or the product may be damaged by electrostatic energy.

7. This product can playback discs based on the format described in item 3.1.(1). Do not load a disc which is not based on the item (discs of which outside is cut unevenly and is not a normal circle, etc.) or a disc with its weight unbalanced excessively.

A very high speed rotation is carried out inside the product, so abnormal vibration and malfunction may occur if disc described above is loaded.

8. When a disc cannot be ejected because of same troubles, etc., turn off the unit and eject the disc using the emergency eject mechanism after passing more than 1 minute.

When the emergency eject is carried out while the power is on or immediately after the power off, the disc may be eject in a rotating status. We do not assure if the disc is damaged by this.

9. Do not apply excessive force during the eject operation. The disc load inside the product may be ejected in a rotating status.

Should the disc be damaged by the above action, we do not warranty against that.

10. In the instruction manual of your product, statement described in “Safety Instruction Manual “attached to this product, the statement of item 2 and 8 above, and other required statements should be mentioned for thorough understanding by the users.

XM-7002B Rev.1.0

Contents

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

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

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

3.1. Performance --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3

3.2. Environmental Conditions ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 5

3.2.1. Temperature and Humidity ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5

3.2.2. Dusu and Dirt --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5

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

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

3.2.5. Shock ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 6

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

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

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

3.3.3. Back side -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 7

3.3.4. Vibration detection ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 8

3.4. Dimensions and Weight ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8

3.5. Reliability ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 10

3.5.1. Error Rate ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10

3.5.2. MTBF ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10

3.5.3. MTTR ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10

3.5.4. Drive Life ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 10

3.5.5. Mechamical Life -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10

4. Configuration ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10

4.1. Electrical Parts ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10

4.2. Optical Pickup ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10

4.3. Spindle Motor ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10

4.4. Feed Motor ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 10

5. Functions ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 12

5.1. CD-ROM Data Configurations ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 12

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

5.3. Standby mode --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 13

6. Interface ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 13

6.1. I/O cable ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 13

6.2.Signal summary --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 13

6.2.1.Signal Specifications ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 14

6.2.2.Timing of Host Interface(PIO) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 15

6.2.3.Timing of Host Interface(DMA Multi) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 16

6.2.4.Timing of Host Interface(Ultra DMA) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 17

6.3. Connector ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 18

6.4.Suppor Commmand List -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 19

6.4.1.ATAPI Packet Command for CD-ROM Device ---------------------------------------------------------------- 19

6.4.2.ATA Commandfor ATAPI CD-ROM Device --------------------------------------------------------------------- 20

XM-7002B Rev.1.0

7. Power Requirements ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 21

7.1. Source Voltage -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 21

7.1.1. Spike ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 21

7.1.2. Ripple ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 21

7.2. Current Drain -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 21

7.2.1. Sleep ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 21

7.2.2. Standby ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 21

7.2.3. Idle ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 21

7.2.4. Continuous Read -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 21

7.2.5. Average ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 21

7.2.6. Maximum -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 21

7.2.7. Peak in executing Access -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 21

7.2.8. Peak Current ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 21

8. Audio ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 21

8.1. Line Output --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 21

8.1.1. Audio Cable --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 21

8.1.2. Connector ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 22

8.2. Audio Modes -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 22

9. Device Configuration ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 22

9.1 Master mode setting ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 22

9.2 Slave mode setting ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 22

10. Busy Indicator ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 23

11. Maintenance ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 24

11.1. Disc ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 24

11.2. Optical Pickup ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 24

12. Emergency Eject ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 24

13. Safety Standards/Agency Approvals --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 24

14. Electrostatic Discharge ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 25

15. Accessories ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 25

16. Packaging ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 25

17. CE Declaration of conformity ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 25

XM-7002B Rev.1.0

1. Introduction

This document describes Toshiba's XM-7002B CD-ROM Drive.

This drive reads digital data stored on CD-ROM and CD-Audio discs.

The CD-ROM disc is single sided and 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 digital data stored on CD-ROM discs at maximum 24 times faster rotational speed.

This drive is a new generation drive with highest performance such as 95 ms (target) access Time.

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 2

(Mt. Fuji Commands for CD and DVD-Devices) of CD/DVD Command.

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2. Features

(1) Lightening by All Aluminum Cabinet Structure (180 g

)

(2) 12.7 mm Height

(3) Support 12 cm/8 cm CD-ROM Disc Drive

(4) Rotational speed can be controlled by command

Max.24 (Ave.17X), Max.20X (Ave.14X), Max.16X (Ave.11X), Max.10X (Ave.7X)

(5) 95 ms (target) Random Access Time (Max.24X)

(6) Max.3,600 KBytes/s (Ave. 2,550 KBytes/s) Sustained Data Transfer Rate

(7) 5 V Single Voltage Source

(8) Support Multisession Disc ( Photo-CD, CD EXTRA), CD-R, CD-RW, CD-Text

(9) Support Multimedia PC-3 Spec.

(10) Support Windows PC98 Spec.

(11) Supprt ACPI Spec.

(12) Drawer Type Manual Load /Electrical Release

(13) Emergency Eject

(14) Built-in ATAPI Interface Controller

(15) Support < CD-DA Transfer Over ATAPI >Function

(16) Sub code P Thru W Transfer over ATAPI Bus

(17) Built-in MODE-1 ECC/EDC

(18) Embedded CD-ROM XA type ECC/EDC (in addition to standard type ECC/EDC)

(19) Efficient Data Transmission Throughput via large 128 KBytes Buffer Memory and

Buffer Algorithm

(20) 8X Sampling & Digital Filter for CD Audio

(21) Low Power Consumption. (Typ. 3.2 W) (20% Duty Random Access)

(22) 16-Mode Output for CD Audio

(23) Software Volume Control via ATAPI Mode Select Command

(24) MTBF 60,000 POH

(25) DataTransfer Rate

PIO Mode 4 (Data Transfer Rate16.7 MB/s)

DMA: DMA Multi Word Transfer Rate Mode 2

: Ultra DMA Transfer Rate Mode 2

(26) Support Vibration Detect Function

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3. Specifications

3.1. Performance

(1) Applicable Disc Format*1

(2) Data Capacity(Yellow-Book)

User Data/Block

Red-Book, Yellow-Book, CD-ROM XA,

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

Ready,

CD-G and Multisession ( Photo-CD,CD EXTRA ),

CD-RW, CD-R, CD-TEXT

2,048 Byte/block(Mode 1)

2,336 Byte/block(Mode 2 Form 2)

(3) Rotational Speed*

2

Approx. 2,180 rpm (4.4-10X)

Approx. 5,200 rpm (10.3-24X)

(4) Transfer Rate

(1 KByte=2

10

Byte=1,024 Bytes, 1 Mbyte=2

20

Byte=1,048,576 Bytes)

Block Transfer Rate Approx. 330-750 Block/s (4.4-10X)

Approx. 772-1,800 Block/s (10.3-24X)

Data Transfer Rate

(Yellow-Book Mode 1)

(Yellow-Book Mode 2)

Approx. 660-1,500 KByte/s (4.4-10X)

Approx. 1,545-3,600 KByte/s (10.3-24X)

Approx. 752-1,710 KByte/s (4.4-10X)

Approx. 1,716-4,104 KByte/s (10.3-24X)

Burst(ATAPI Interface) 16.7 MBytes/s (PIO Mode 4)

16.7 MByte/s (DMA multi word Mode2)

33.3 MByte/s (ULTRA DMA Mode2)

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(5) Access Time (Typ.)

Average Random Access Time*3

Average Random Seek Time*4

Average Full Stroke Access Time*5

95 ms (Max.24X)

110 ms (10X)

90 ms (Max.24X)

100 ms (10X)

180 ms (Max.24X)

200 ms (10X)

*1: All CD formats, except CD Red book (audio), require additional application specific software and/or hardware. The CD-ROM drive referenced 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.

*2: Max 10X rotational speed is fixed for CD-audio (Red-Book), CD-RW, VIDEO-CD format.

For the other Formats, it is Max.24X speed but 20X or 16X speed is selectable by command.

*3: Measured by performing multiple accesses which means reads of data blocks over whole area of the media from 00 min. 02 sec. 00 block to 60 min. 01 sec. 74 block more than 3000 times. Includes positioning, setting, latency time and ECC implementation time (if required).

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

*5: Measured by performing multiple maximum accesses which means reads of data blocks from

00 min. 02 sec. 00 block to 60 min. 01 sec. 74 block more than 100 times.

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

value is for the average drive.

(6) Spin up Time (Focus Search Time and Disc Motor Start up Time)(Typ.)

2.8 s (Max.24X)

2.2 s (Max.10X)

128 KBytes (7) Data Buffer Capacity

(8) Load/Eject 1. Manual Load/Electrical Release

(Eject Button)

2. Software Release (ATAPI command)

3. Emergency Eject

(9) Air Flow

(10) Acoustic Noise

(11) Power Supply

Not Required

Less than 40 dB

(with A weighted/Average) at 1 meter of Front Bezel

Operation mode:Full stroke Access

+5 V(details in Section 7)

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3.3.4. Vibration detection

(1) This drive detects vibration which occurs when unbalanced disc is played, and rotation speed of two steps (16X, 10X) is selected according to the vibration level and the rotation speed is dropped automatically.

It is necessary to mount the drive stably in PC to detect the vibration correctly.

(2) This drive was tuned up to detect the vibration on the assumption that the drive was mounted in Toshiba DynaBook Satellite Pro 440 series.

Mounting condition in Toshiba DynaBook Satellite Pro 440 series is shown in Figure 3.

There will be possibility that the drive does not detect the vibration. It depends on mounting condition.

M2 Screws

CD-ROM Drive

M2 Screws

Gutter

(1)

Toshiba DynaBook

Satellite Pro 440 series

PC Adapter

M2 Screws

(2)

PC Mounting

Adapter Mounting

Figure 3

3.4. Dimensions and Weight

(1) External Dimensions (W x H x D)

(2) Mass (Weight)

---See Figure 4 for details---

128.0 mm x 12.7 mm x 129.0 mm

0.18 k g

(Net)

233 k g (36 Bulk Packaged on one pallet)

135 k g

(24 Bulk Packaged on one pallet)

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Figure 4 External Dimensions

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3.5. Reliability

3.5.1. Error Rate

(1) Hard Read Error Rate (Byte Error Rate) ----- Allowing 10 Retries -----

Yellow-Book Mode 1/Mode 2 Form1

Yellow-Book Mode 2/Mode 2 Form2

10

-15

Max

10

-12

Max

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

10

-6

Max

3.5.2. MTBF

Assumptions: Power On Hours

On/Off Cycles

Number of Access

Operating Duty Cycle

3.5.3. MTTR

3.5.4. Drive Life

3.5.5. Mechanical Life

(1) Drawer Load/Eject

(2) Interface Connector Attach/Detach

60,000 POH

5,436 h/year

312 cycles/year

600,000 accesses/year

20 % of Power On Time

(Reading/Seeking)

0.5 h

15,000 h or 5 years(earlier one)

10,000 times or more

500 times or more

4. Configuration

See Figure 5 for details of the configurations.

4.1. Electrical Circuits

(1) Drawer Eject Switch

(2) Optical Pickup Servo Control Circuit

(3) Feed Motor Drive Circuit

(4) Laser Diode Control Circuit

(5) EFM Demodulator and CD-ROM Error Correction Circuit

(6) IDE/ATAPI Interface Control Circuit

(7) System Control Circuit

(8) Analog Audio output

4.2. Optical Pickup

4.3. Spindle Motor

4.4. Feed Motor

Semiconductor Laser and 3-beam System

Brush- less DC Motor

DC Motor with Non-contact Type Velocity sensor

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Figure 5 Basic configuration of XM-7002B

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5. Functions

5.1. CD-ROM Data Configurations

Figure 6 shows how the data is structured in program units.

1block=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.

300k-

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 6 CD-ROM Data Configuration

~

~

4 bytes

Minutes

Second(0~59)

Blocks(0~74)

Mode

5.2. Power ON/OFF Timing

Figure 7 shows the initialization.

Power ON

Max 500 ms

System

Initialization

Focus Serch

Spindle ON

Max 2 s

Learning

Idle

"TEST UNIT READY"

Command

Correspondence

Can't send

COMMAND

Max 3.5 s

Typ.13 s, Max 16 s

(Single Session Disc)

Any Command Sendable

"Check Condition"Status

"Command" Receivable

"Read-Command"Acceptable

"Good"Status

Figure 7 Initialization Sequence

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5.3. Standby mode

Figure 8 shows the standby sequence.

During acces s ldle (Max.24X) ldle (4.4 - 10X)

Read or Seek command

8 s 24 s

Figure 8 Standby Sequence

Rotational speed move onto 4.4 to 10X mode in 8 seconds of the Read or Seek command.

After 24 seconds (default value), it move onto standby mode. (a stop spindle motor)

6. Interface

(1) The interface is based on ATA-SPEC, ATAPI-SPEC SFF-8020i Revision 2.6, SFF-8028 Revision

1.0 and SFF-8090 version 2.

(Small Form Factor Committee Specification of ATA-Packet Interface for CD-ROMs)

(2) 48 types of commands are usable including ATA & ATAPI Commands.

(3) The 128 KByte data buffer handles both high speed and low speed data transmission.

(4) The largest one block size on playback is 2,448 Bytes.

The data length for each block is changeable by command.

(5) Please refer to the standard of ATA/ATAPI-4 for details of the interface timing.

6.1. I/O cable

Table 1 shows the cable parameters.

Cable length

Driver IoL sink current for 5V operation

Driver IoH source current

Cable capacitive loading

Power Supply cablesPIN No.38 - 42(+B),43 - 45(GND)

Min

12 mA

1.5 A

Max

0.46 m

-400 µA

200 pF

Table 1 Cable parameters

6.2.Signal summary

The physical interface consists of single ended TTL compatible receivers and drivers communicating through a 50P-conductor as shown in Figure 9,10 - 13.

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6.2.1.Signal Specifications

Figure 9 shows the Signal Specifications

Sig. Name

DD0 -DD15

/DASP

/PDIAG

/IOCS16

IORDY

Rs

Rx

Rs

Rx

Rs

Rx

Type

Ri

P

N

Ri

P

N

N timing control

Receivers/Drivers Caracteristics withoutExternal pullup Resistor

Min Max Condition

Vdd-0.4 V

IOH=1 mA

VOH Voltage Output High

VOL

Voltage Output Low

VIH

Input HIGH Voltage

VIL

Input LOW Voltage

ILI Input leakage Current

2.0 V

0.4 V

0.8 V

-5 µA

-150 µA

IOL=12 mA

TTL

TTL

Pullup Resistor(Ri)

IOL Driver sink current

ILO

Output Leakage Current

12 mA

-30 µA

CI

Input Capacitance

CO

Output Capacitance

VOL

Voltage Output Low

-150 µA

Pullup Resistor(Ri)

8 pF

8 pF

0.4 V IOL=24 mA

IOL Driver sink current 24 mA

ILO

Output Leakage Current

-30 µA -150 µA Pullup Resistor(Ri)

NOTE

Bidirectional

Rx=infinity

Ri=infinity

Rs=33 OHM

DD0-DD15

Rx=10 kOHM

Ri=20 kOHM

Rs=0 OHM

/PDIAG

/DASP

Rx=10 kOHM

Ri=100 kOHM

Rs=0 OHM

Open Drain

Rs=0 OHM

Rx=10 kOHM

Ri=infinity

CO Output Capacitance 8 pF timing control

VOH Voltage Output High

VOL Voltage Output Low

IOL

Driver sink current

ILO Output Leakage Current

2.4 V

0.4 V

24 mA

-10 µA 10 µA

IOH=400 µA

IOL=24 mA

CO

Output Capacitance 8 pF

Rs=22 OHM

Rx=10 kOHM

DMARQ

INTRQ

/DIOW

/DIOR

DA0 - DA2

/CS1FX

/CS3FX

CSEL

/RESET

Rs

Rs

Rx Ri

/DMACK

Rx

Rs

P

N timing control

VOH Voltage Output High

VOL

Voltage Output Low

IOL

Driver sink current

ILO Output Leakage Current

CO

Output Capacitance

VIH

Input HIGH Voltage

VIL Input LOW Voltage

ILI

CI

Input leakage Current

Input Capacitance

VIH

Input HIGH Voltage

VIL

Input LOW Voltage

ILI

CI

Input leakage Current

Input Capacitance

Vdd-0.4 V

0.4 V

12 mA

-10 µA

10 µA

8 pF

IOH=400 µA

IOL=12 mA

DMARQ

Rs=22 OHM

3 state(Hiz)

INTRQ

Rs=22 OHM

3 state(Hiz)

2.0 V

-5 µA

TTL

0.8 V

-150 µA

TTL

Pullup Resistor(Ri)

Ri=100 kOHM,

Rx=infinity,

Rs=82 OHM

/DMACK,/DIOW,/DIOR

DA0 - DA2

8 pF

Ri=100 kOHM,

Rx=10 kOHM

Rs=82 OHM,

/CS1FX,/CS3FK

Ri=infinity,

Rx=10 kOHM

Rs=470 OHM,

CSEL

2.0 V

-5 µA

0.8 V

TTL

TTL

-150 µA

Pullup Resistor(Ri)

Rx=100 kOHM

Rs=1 kOHM

8 pF

Figure 9 Signal Specifications

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6.2.2. Timing of Host Interface (PIO)

Figure 10 shows the Host Interface Timings.

Address valid*1 t2 t1

DIOR-/DIOW-

Write data valid*2 t0 t3

Read data valid*2 t5 t7

IOCS16-

IORDY tA tB tRD t9

t2i t8 t4 t6Z t6

*1:Device Address consists of signals CS0-, CS1-, and DA2-0

*2:Data consists of DD0-15 (16-bit) or DD0-7 (8-bit) t0 t1 t2 DIOR-/DIOW- pulse wide

t2i

DIOR-/DIOW- recovery time t3 DIOW- data setup t4 t5

PIO Mode 4 timing parameters min(ns) max(ns)

Min Time (ns) Max Time (ns)

Cycle time

Address valid to DIOR-/DIOW-setup

DIOW- data hold

DIOR- data setup

120

25

70

25

20

10

20

5 t6 t8

DIOR- data hold t6Z DIOR- data tristate t7 Addr valid to IOCS16- assertion

Addr valid to IOCS16- negation t9 DIOR-/DIOW- to address valid hold tRD Read Data Valid to IORDY active tA tB

IORDY setup time

IORDY pulse wide

10

0

30

30

30

35

1250

Figure 10 Host Interface Timin

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6.2.3.Timing of Host Interface (DMA Multi)

Figure 11 shows the Host Interface DMA multi word Timings t0

DMARQ tL

DMACK-*1 tD tK tI tJ

DIOR/DIOW-*1

Read

DD0-1 tE tF

Write

DD0-1 tG tH

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

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

Multi word DMA Mode 2 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

Figure 11 Host Interface Timing (DMA Multi)

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Max time (ns)

---

50

25

35

35 tZ

XM-7002B Rev.1.0

6.2.4.Timing of Host Interface (Ultra DMA )

Figure 12 shows the Host Interface Ultra DMA word Timings tMLI

DMARQ

DMACK-

STOP

DMARDY

STROBE

DD

(15:0) tUI t2IORDY tACK tENV tFS t2CYC tCYC tCYC t2AD tDVS tDVH tDVS tDVH tDVS tDVH tRP tRFS tLI tACK tDVS tDVH

CRC

Ultra DMA Mode 2 timing parameters min (ns) max (ns)

Typical Sustained Average Cycle time t2CYC tCYC

Cycle time tDVS tMLI

Data Setup time tDVH tLI

Data Hold time tUI tRP

Unlimited Interlock time tACK tRFS

Setup and Hold Time for DMACKtENV tFS

Envelope time t2AD

Minimum Delay time for Driver t2IORODY

Minimum time for DMACK-

First STROBE time

Ready-to-Final STROBE time

Ready-to-Pause time

Limited Iuterlock time

Interlock with minimum

Min time (ns)

100

0

20

0

20

20

0

120

55

34

6

20

0

Figure 12 Host Interface Timing (Ultra DMA)

Max time (ns)

70

170

50

150

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6.3. Connector

Figure 13 shows the connector and Figure 14 shows the interface pin assignments

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

Conformable connector is Japan Aviation Electronics Industry Limited KX14-50K*D or equivalent.

(Note: * is No.2.85,5, 8, 11. The recommendation is No.5)

CD-ROM DRIVE REAR VIEW

TOP

BOTTOM

Figure 13 Connector pin assignments

Signal

name

Audio L-CH

Audio Ground

/RESET

DD7

DD6

DD5

DD4

DD3

DD2

DD1

DD0

Digital Ground

/DIOW: STOP

IORDY: /DDMARDY: DSTROBE

INTRQ

DA1

DA0

/CS1FX

/DASP

+5 V(MOTOR)

+5 V(LOGIC)

Ground

Ground

Device Config.(CSEL)

N.C (OPEN)

I/O

O

I

I

I/O

I

I

I

O

O

I

I

I/O

I/O

I/O

I/O

I/O

I/O

I/O

I/O

I

39

41

43

45

47

49

15

17

19

21

23

25

27

Connector

contact

11

13

5

7

1

3

9

2

10

12

14

16

18

20

22

24

26

28

4

6

8

29

31

33

35

37

30

32

34

36

38

40

42

44

46

48

50

I/O

O

I

O

I/O

I

I

I

I

I

I/O

I/O

I/O

I/O

O

I

I/O

I/O

I/O

I/O

I

Signal

name

Audio R-CH

Digital Ground

DD8

DD9

DD10

DD11

DD12

DD13

DD14

DD15

DMARQ

/DIOR: /HDMARDY: HSTROBE

Digital Ground

/DMACK

/IOCS16

/PDIAG

DA2

/CS3FX

+5 V(MOTOR)

+5 V(MOTOR)

+5 V(LOGIC)

Ground

Ground

Ground

Vender unique *

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

(active low).

* Do not connect anything with vender unique (50P).

Figure 14 Signal assignments

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6.4.Support Command List

6.4.1. ATAPI Packet Command for CD-ROM Devices

Command

AUDIO SCAN

GET EVENT STATUS NOTIFICATION

GET CONFIGRATION COMMAND

GET PERFORMANCE COMMAND

INQUIRY

MECHANISM STATUS

MODE SELECT(10)

MODE SENSE(10)

PAUSE/RESUME

PLAY AUDIO(10)

PLAY AUDIO(12)

PLAY AUDIO MSF

PLAY TRACK RELATIVE(10)

PLAY TRACK RELATIVE(12)

PREVENT/ALLOW MEDIUM REMOVAL

READ(10)

READ(12)

READ C/DVD CAPACITY

READ CD

READ CD MSF

READ DISC INFORMATION COMMAND

READ FORMATTED CAPACITIES COMMAND

READ HEADER

READ SUB-CHANNEL

READ TOC

READ TRACK/RZONE INFORMATION COMMAND

REQUEST SENSE

REZERO UNIT

SEEK

SET CD-ROM SPEED

SET READ AHEAD COMMAND

SET STREAMING COMMAND

SEND EVENT COMMAND

STOP PLAY/SCAN

START/STOP UNIT

TEST UNIT READY

44h

42h

43h

52h

03h

01h

2BH

BBh

1Eh

28h

A8h

25h

BEh

B9h

51h

23h

OP Code

BAh

4Ah

46h

ACh

12h

BDh

55h

5Ah

4Bh

45h

A5h

47h

49h

A9h

A7h

B6h

A2h

4Eh

1Bh

00h

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

XM-7002B

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

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6.4.2. ATA Command for ATAPI CD-ROM Devices

Command

ATAPI SOFT RESET

CHECK POWER MODE

EXECUTE DRIVE DIAGNOSTICS

IDLE IMMEDIATE

IDLE

NOP

ATAPI PACKET COMMAND

ATAPI IDENTIFY DEVICE

SET FEATURES

SLEEP

STANDBY IMMEDIATE

STANDBY

OP Code

08h

E5h

90h

E1h

E3h

00h

A0h

A1h

EFh

E6h

E0h

E2h

XM-7002B

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

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7. Power Requirements

7.1. Source Voltage

7.1.1 Spike

7.1.2 Ripple

7.2. Current Drain (Typ. Value)

7.2.1. Sleep(Minimum Current Mode)

7.2.2. Standby(Laser off,motor off)

7.2.3. Idle(Laser on,motor on)

Start Position

7.2.4. Continuous Read(Audio/Data)

Start Position

7.2.5. Average(20% Duty Random Access)

7.2.6. Maximum(100% Duty Random Access)

7.2.7. Peak in executing Access

(With out Spike Current*)

7.2.8. Peak Current

(With out Spike Current)*

*Spike:Less than 1ms width current

+5 V +/-5 % (Operating)

100 mV

(p-p)

Max

100 mV

(p-p)

Max

0.025 A

0.03 A

0.32 A

0.62 A (Max.24X) / 0.35 A (Max.10X)

0.64 A (Max.24X) / 0.34 A (Max.10X)

0.76 A ( Max.24X) / 0.44 A (Max.10X)

1.4 A

1.5 A

8. Audio

8.1. Line Output ----- in case of the attenuator is set at 0 dB by the command -----

(1) Output Level

(2) Type

0.775 V (rms Typ)+/- 3 dB

Unbalanced

(3) Output Impedance

(4) Load Impedance

(5) Frequency Response

(6) Distortion

(7) Signal to Noise Ratio

2.2 kOHM

47 kOHM

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

0.03 % Max. (at 1 kHz weighted 20 kHz LPF)

78 dB Typ (IEC 179 A-weighted)

8.1.1. Audio Cable

(1) Capacitance

(2) Length

Unbalanced and shielded

Less than 1000 pF

Max. 3 m

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8.1.2. Connector

Figure 13, 14 shows the connector and Audio signal pin assignment.

8.2. Audio Modes

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

Default mode is 'Stereo'.

The audio output is automatically muted in the state other than the time of audio track playback.

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

Default level is 0 dB.

9. Device Configuration

9.1 Master mode setting

Open the PIN 47 of I/O conectors.

9.2 Slave mode setting

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

*Master mode can be oppositely to Slave mode according to the specification. (CSEL mode)

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10. Busy Indicator

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

Color: UMBER

(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 15 Idle

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

0.8 s

Light Off

Figure 16 No disc

(1-3) Continuously on when media has problem

0.8 s

Light On

Figure 17 Media Problem

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

1.6 s

Figurer 18 CD-Audio playback

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

Light On

Figurer 19 Data Access and Data Transfer

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

0.4 s

Light Off at the Eject

Figurer 20 Eject

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11.Maintenance

11.1. Disc

Try to avoid touching the read area (underside) of the disc as dirt and smears will degrade the disc accessing speed.

If the disc is dirty, wipe it with a soft cloth.

11.2. Optical Pickup

A dirty Optical Pickup will also degrade the access time.

When the Pickup is dirty, gently wipe the objective lens of the Pickup.

12.Emergency Eject

Execute following procedure only in the case of emergency (drawer will not eject although pressing

Eject button).

(1) Turn the CD-ROM drive supplying power off, and then keep the this condition for 1 minute.

(2) Insert solid bar (like paper clip) into Emergency eject hole and push as shown in Figure 21.

Then Tray will be ejected.

15 mm diameter 1.0 mm

Figurer 21 Insert the bar

13.Safety standards/Agency Approvals

(1) Safety EN60950

UL 1950

(2) Laser

(3) EMI

(4) CE

CAN/CSA-22.2 No.950

FDA CFR21, EN60825

FCC 15J - B

EN50081-1 :1992 [Residential, commercial & light industry]

EN55022+A2 :1994+1997 [Class B]

EN55024 :1997 [Information tecnology equipment-Immunity characteristics-Limits and methods of measurement]

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, f: 5 kHz, Polarity:+/- ]

IEC61000-4-5 : 1995 [AC-line: 1 kV/2 kV, Polarity:+/- ]

IEC61000-4-6 : 1996 [3 V, 0.15-80 MHz, 1 kHz 80 % AM]

IEC61000-4-8 : 1993 [1 A/m, 50 Hz]

(5) EMI KOREAN EMI Regulation (RRL)

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14. Electrostatic Discharge

(1) Operating (Air discharge) 15 kV or less

(2) Damage including (Air discharge) 20 kV or more

15. Accessories

16. Packaging

Non a. 25 units in a Bulk Pack

36 Bulk Packs on one Pallet

*Transportaion must be executed with each palette.

b. 20 units in a Bulk Pack

24 Bulk Packs on one Pallet

Packing Specifications

:for 25 Packaged Model: IB-CD2-A90012

:for 20 Packaged Model: IB-CD2-A90013

17. CE Declaration of conformity

Please refer to attached Annex 1.

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TOSHIBA

TOSHIBA EUROPE GMBH

EU-Declaration of Conformity

CD-ROM Drive Product:

Manufacturer(s): Toshiba Corporation

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

See page 2 for other locations

XM-7002B 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 : 98

Responsible for CE-marking: Toshiba Europe GmbH

Signed by:

Place:

Mr. H.Nonaka, President of Toshiba Europe GmbH

D-41460 Neuss

Date:

Signature:

May 07, 1999

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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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Document No.: Y E A - T 0 2 3 P a g e : 1 of 2

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[History if issue] Issued : May 06, 1999

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Revision A :

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Revision B :

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Revision C :

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Revision D :

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Ref.:

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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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