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Hard Drive: IBM: DAQA-33240 DESKSTAR3 3240MB 3.5"/SL ATA3 ENHAN




D A Q A - 3 3 2 4 0   D E S K S T A R 3    IBM
                                                      Native|  Translation
                                                      ------+-----+-----+-----
Form                 3.5"/SLIMLINE         Cylinders        | 6296|     |
Capacity form/unform  3240/      MB        Heads           6|   16|     |
Seek time   / track  13.0/     ms          Sector/track     |   63|     |
Controller           IDE / ATA3 ENHANCED   Precompensation
Cache/Buffer            96 KB ADAP./SEGMEN Landing Zone
Data transfer rate    5.000 MB/S int       Bytes/Sector      512
                     16.600 MB/S ext PIO1
Recording method                                    operating  | non-operating
                                                  -------------+--------------
Supply voltage     5/12 V       Temperature *C         5 55    |    -40 65
Power: sleep              W     Humidity     %         8 90    |      5 95
       standby            W     Altitude    km    -0.300  3.048| -0.300 12.000
       idle               W     Shock        g        10       |     70
       seek               W     Rotation   RPM      5400
       read/write         W     Acoustic   dBA        40
       spin-up            W     ECC        Bit   ADVANCED, ON THE FLY,SMART
                                MTBF         h
                                Warranty Month
Lift/Lock/Park     YES          Certificates     FCC,VDE                      

Layout

IBM DAQA-32160/DAQA-33240 JUMPER SETTING

  +---------------------------------------------------------+
  |                                                         |XX Power
  |                                           +------------ |xx
  |                                      JP1 +++            |XXI
  |                                       :  | |            |XXN AT
  |                                       :  | | Logic Card |XXT
  |                                      JP7 +++            |XXE
  |                                           |             |XXR
  |                                           |             |XXF
  |                                           |             |XXA
  |                                           |             |XXC
  |                                           |             |XXE
  |                                           +------+      |XX
  |                                                  +----- |XX1
  |  Back Side of the Drive                                 |
  |                                                         |XX Power
  |                                                         |XX
  +---------------------------------------------------------+

Jumpers

IBM DAQA-33240/DAQA-32160 JUMPER SETTING

Jumper Setting
==============

Jumpers are used for drive address setting, write cache disabling and
auto re-allocation disabling.

Jumper position and the function are as shown below. Pin pitch is
2mm.

                JP2   JP3       JP5  JP6  JP7
          JP1  Slave Cable     Write
         Master  |   Selection Cache RESERVED
           |     |    |   JP4  |     |    |
          +--+ +--+ +--+ +--+ +--+ +--+ +--+
          |1 | |3 | |5 | |7 | |9 | |11| |13|
          +--+ +--+ +--+ +--+ +--+ +--+ +--+
          +--+ +--+ +--+ +--+ +--+ +--+ +--+
          |2 | |4 | |6 | |8 | |10| |12| |14|
          +--+ +--+ +--+ +--+ +--+ +--+ +--+
        ---------------------------------------
        -----------Raw-Card--------------------

NOTES
1. Jumpers for JP1, 2, and 3 should not be selected concurrently.

 2. JP1 is for Master, JP2 is for Slave, JP3 is for Cable Selection
    mode.

 3. To enable Cable Selection mode, the JP3 jumper must be installed.
    In the Cable Selection mode, the drive address is determined as
    follows:

       - When CSEL signal (pin 28) is grounded or at a low level, the
         drive address is 0 (master).

       - When CSEL signal is open or at high level, the drive address
         is 1 (slave).

4. Position JP4 is reserved.

5. When JP5 is installed, write cache function is disabled.

Default Setting
---------------
The default jumper setting at shipment is as follows.

 Position:|JP1| JP2| JP3| JP4| JP5 |
 Pin:     |1-2| 3-4| 5-6| 7-8| 9-10|
 ---------+---+----+----+----+-----+
 Jumper:  | ON| OFF| OFF| OFF| OFF |
            |    |    |    |    |
            |    |    |    |    +-------------- Write Cache enabled
            |    |    |    +------------------- Not Used (RESERVED)
            |    |    +------------------------ Cable Selection
            |    |                              disabled
            |    +----------------------------- Device ID = Slave
            +---------------------------------- Device ID = Master

 The Jumper Pin Assignments
 --------------------------
 +--+-------+-----------------------------+
 |JP|Pin No.|Description                  |
 +--+-------+-----------------------------+
 | 1|   1   | GND                         |
 |  |   2   | -Device Address Select Line |
 +--+-------+-----------------------------+
 | 2|   3   | NC (Slave position)         |
 |  |   4   | NC                          |
 +--+-------+-----------------------------+
 | 3|   5   | Cable Selection (Pin 28)    |
 |  |   6   | -Device Address Select Line |
 +--+-------+-----------------------------+
 | 4|   7   | GND                         |
 |  |   8   | RESERVED                    |
 +--+-------+-----------------------------+
 | 5|   9   | GND                         |
 |  |  10   | +Write Cache ON (If open)   |
 +--+-------+-----------------------------+

Features

IBM DAQA-32160/33240 DESKSTAR 3 PRODUCT MANUAL

Operating Shock
---------------
The hard disk drive meets the following criteria while operating in
respective conditions described below. There must be a delay between
shock pulses, long enough to allow the drive to complete all
necessary error recovery procedure.

No errors 5G, 11ms half-sine shock pulse

 No data loss, seek errors or permanent damage
    10G, 11ms half-sine shock pulse

 No data loss or permanent damage
    15G, 5 ms half-sine shock pulse 30G, 4 ms half-sine shock pulse.

Non-Operating Shock
-------------------
The drive withstands without damage or degradation of performance, a
75G half-sine wave shock pulse of 11ms duration on six sides when
heads are parked. (When power is not applied to the unit the heads
are automatically located in the parked position). Above
specification is for shocks applied in each direction of the drives
three mutually perpendicular axis, one axis at a time.

Operating Vibration
-------------------
Due to the complexity of this subject we recommend that users contact
the IBM technical support group representative to discuss how to
perform the necessary measurements if they believe this to be an area
which requires evaluation.

DC Power Requirement
--------------------
The following voltage specifications apply at the drive power
connector. Damage to the drive electronics may result if the power
supply cable is connected or disconnected while power is being
applied to the drive (No hot plug/unplug is allowed). There is no
special power on/off sequencing required.

Cable Length
------------
The maximum cable length from the Host system to the drive, plus the
circuit pattern length inside the Host systems, must not exceed 18
inches (45.7cm). For higher data transfer application (>8.3MB/sec the
cable length should be shorter than 18 inches (45.7cm) since data
transfer characteristics depends on the driver circuits of the system
and hard drive, and or cabling.

Pin Assignment
--------------
The pin assignments of interface signals are listed as follows:

 +-------------------------+--------------------------+
 | PIN  | Signal   |I/O    | PIN  |  Signal  |I/O     |
 +------+----------+-------+------+----------+--------+
 | 01   | -RESET   |I      | 02   |  GND     |        |
 +------+----------+-------+------+----------+--------+
 | 03   | DD07     |I/O    | 04   |  DD08    |I/O     |
 +------+----------+-------+------+----------+--------+
 | 05   | DD06     |I/O    | 06   |  DD09    |I/O     |
 +------+----------+-------+------+----------+--------+
 | 07   | DD05     |I/O    | 08   |  DD10    |I/O     |
 +------+----------+-------+------+----------+--------+
 | 09   | DD04     |I/O    | 10   |  DD11    |I/O     |
 +------+----------+-------+------+----------+--------+
 | 11   | DD03     |I/O    | 12   |  DD12    |I/O     |
 +------+----------+-------+------+----------+--------+
 | 13   | DD02     |I/O    | 14   |  DD13    |I/O     |
 +------+----------+-------+------+----------+--------+
 | 15   | DD01     |I/O    | 16   |  DD14    |I/O     |
 +------+----------+-------+------+----------+--------+
 | 17   | DD00     |I/O    | 18   |  DD15    |I/O     |
 +------+----------+-------+------+----------+--------+
 | 19   | GND      |       |(20)  |  Key     |        |
 +------+----------+-------+------+----------+--------+
 | 21   | DMARQ    |O      | 22   |  GND     |        |
 +------+----------+-------+------+----------+--------+
 | 23   | -DIOW    |I      | 24   |  GND     |        |
 +------+----------+-------+------+----------+--------+
 | 25   | -DIOR    |I      | 26   |  GND     |        |
 +------+----------+-------+------+----------+--------+
 | 27   | IORDY    |O      | 28   |  CSEL    |I       |
 +------+----------+-------+------+----------+--------+
 | 29   | -DMACK   |I      | 30   |  GND     |        |
 +------+----------+-------+------+----------+--------+
 | 31   | INTRQ    |O      | 32   |  -HIOCS16|O       |
 +------+----------+-------+------+----------+--------+
 | 33   | DA01     |I      | 34   |  -PDIAG  |I/O     |
 +------+----------+-------+------+----------+--------+
 | 35   | DA00     |I      | 36   |  DA02    |I       |
 +------+----------+-------+------+----------+--------+
 | 37   | -CSO     |I      | 38   |  -CS1    |I       |
 +------+----------+-------+------+----------+--------+
 | 39   | -DASP    |I/O    | 40   |  GND     |        |
 +------+----------+-------+------+----------+--------+

Note: "O" designates an output from the Drive. "I" designates an
input from the Drive. "I/O" designates an input/output common.

The interface conforms to the working document of information
technology - AT Attachment-3 Interface (ATA-3) revision 6 dated on
October 26 1995 with following deviations.

BBK (Bad Block)
---------------
Bit 7 of Error Register is supported as BAD BLOCK bit. This bit will
be set when BAD BLOCK is reported on Read commands.

Check Power Mode
----------------
CHECK POWER MODE command returns FFh to Sector Count Register when
the device is in Idle mode. This command does not support 80h as the
return value.

Sleep mode
----------
During Sleep mode the drive will be activated by any command,
including, but not limited to, a soft reset.

Hard Reset
----------
Hard Reset response is identical to Soft Reset response with the
following exception: When drive is set as a SLAVE it will activate
-DASP line to indicate it is present. Signal Definition Cabling















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