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Hard Drive: CONNER: CFP-4207WD CAYMAN 4295MB 3.5"/HH SCSI3 D/WI




C F P - 4 2 0 7 W D         C A Y M A N    CONNER
NO MORE PRODUCED                                      Native|  Translation
                                                      ------+-----+-----+-----
Form                 3.5"/HH               Cylinders        |     |     |
Capacity form/unform  4295/      MB        Heads          20|     |     |
Seek time   / track   9.5/ 2.0 ms          Sector/track     |     |     |
Controller           SCSI3 DI/WI/FAST      Precompensation
Cache/Buffer           512 KB SEGMENTABLE  Landing Zone
Data transfer rate    6.000 MB/S int       Bytes/Sector      512
                     20.000 MB/S ext SYNC
Recording method     RLL 1/7                        operating  | non-operating
                                                  -------------+--------------
Supply voltage     5/12 V       Temperature *C         5 55    |    -40 60
Power: sleep              W     Humidity     %         5 95    |      5 95
       standby        4.4 W     Altitude    km    -0.061  3.048|        12.192
       idle          12.5 W     Shock        g         5       |     75
       seek          15.2 W     Rotation   RPM      7200
       read/write    14.0 W     Acoustic   dBA
       spin-up            W     ECC        Bit   96,REED SOLOMON
                                MTBF         h    1000000
                                Warranty Month
Lift/Lock/Park     YES          Certificates     CSA,FCC,IEC380,IEC950,UL19...

Layout

CONNER CFP-4207WD PRODUCT MANUAL REV. A, 501-084 6/95

  +---------------------------------------------------------++---+
  |      +-J1                                               ||XX J2
  |      | |                                                ||XX |68
  |      | |                                                ||XX |Pin
  |      | |                                                ||XX |
  |      +-+                                                ||XX |
  |                                                  TERMPWR||XX |
  |                                                    E8xx ||XX |
  |                                                         ||XX |
  |                                                         ||XX1|
  |  J3                                 E6   J7             ||+-+|
  | +-+ SS                             ++++                 ||| |J5
  | | | LED                          E5++++E7               ||| ||
  | | |                                                     ||| ||
  | +-+                                                     ||+-1|
OE1+-+J6                                                    ||xx |
 :|| |                                                      ||XX J4
OE5+-+   OE5, LED Driver                                    ||XX Power
  +---------------------------------------------------------++--1+

      J4       J5
 ++-------+-+------+--------
 ||O O O O| |::::::|
 ++-------+-+1-----+------

Jumpers

CONNER CFP-4207WD PRODUCT MANUAL 501-048 REV. A, 06/95

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

Setting the SCSI Bus Address
----------------------------
There are four jumpers available for configuration of the SCSI ID:
OE1, OE2, OE3 and OE4 on header J6.

The 68-pin unified connector also has a standard 2mm pitch auxiliary
header J5, which includes pins to allow remote selection of SCSI IDs.
A receptable connector AMP P/N 1-111623-7 or equivalent can be used
to connect a ribbon cable to this header.

 Setting the SCSI ID
 -------------------
  +-------+----------+----------+----------+----------+
  |SCSI ID| OE1/Pin 1| OE2/Pin 3| OE3/Pin 5| OE4/Pin 7|
  +-------+----------+----------+----------+----------+
  |  0    |OUT/OPEN  |OUT/OPEN  |OUT/OPEN  |OUT/OPEN  |
  +-------+----------+----------+----------+----------+
  |  1    |IN /GROUND|OUT/OPEN  |OUT/OPEN  |OUT/OPEN  |
  +-------+----------+----------+----------+----------+
  |  2    |OUT/OPEN  |IN /GROUND|OUT/OPEN  |OUT/OPEN  |
  +-------+----------+----------+----------+----------+
  |  3    |IN /GROUND|IN /GROUND|OUT/OPEN  |OUT/OPEN  |
  +-------+----------+----------+----------+----------+
  |  4    |OUT/OPEN  |OUT/OPEN  |IN /GROUND|OUT/OPEN  |
  +-------+----------+----------+----------+----------+
  |  5    |IN /GROUND|OUT/OPEN  |IN /GROUND|OUT/OPEN  |
  +-------+----------+----------+----------+----------+
  |  6    |OUT/OPEN  |IN /GROUND|IN /GROUND|OUT/OPEN  |
  +-------+----------+----------+----------+----------+
  |  7    |IN /GROUND|IN /GROUND|IN /GROUND|OUT/OPEN  |
  +-------+----------+----------+----------+----------+
  |  8    |OUT/OPEN  |OUT/OPEN  |OUT/OPEN  |IN /GROUND|
  +-------+----------+----------+----------+----------+
  |  9    |IN /GROUND|OUT/OPEN  |OUT/OPEN  |IN /GROUND|
  +-------+----------+----------+----------+----------+
  | 10    |OUT/OPEN  |IN /GROUND|OUT/OPEN  |IN /GROUND|
  +-------+----------+----------+----------+----------+
  | 11    |IN /GROUND|IN /GROUND|OUT/OPEN  |IN /GROUND|
  +-------+----------+----------+----------+----------+
  | 12    |OUT/OPEN  |OUT/OPEN  |IN /GROUND|IN /GROUND|
  +-------+----------+----------+----------+----------+
  | 13    |IN /GROUND|OUT/OPEN  |IN /GROUND|IN /GROUND|
  +-------+----------+----------+----------+----------+
  | 14    |OUT/OPEN  |IN /GROUND|IN /GROUND|IN /GROUND|
  +-------+----------+----------+----------+----------+
  | 15    |IN /GROUND|IN /GROUND|IN /GROUND|IN /GROUND|
  +-------+----------+----------+----------+----------+
   Open means open circuit or high impedance. Ground means
   TTL logic low or logic ground. The active signals are on
   the even numberd pins.

 Disabling Spin-Up at Power On
 -----------------------------
 A jumper in the J7:E5 location, disables spin up after power-on for
 applications where spin up sequencing is necessary. Disabling spin up
 on application of power can also be enabled by setting the DSPN bit
 in MODE SELECT page 00H (Operating Parameters). The Host must issue a
 Start UNIT command to cause the drive to spin up.
   +---------+------+---------------------+
   |  J7:E5  | DSPN | Result              |
   +---------+------+---------------------+
   |   IN    |  0   | Spin Disabled       |
   +---------+------+---------------------+
   |   IN    |  1   | Spin Disabled       |
   +---------+------+---------------------+
   |   OUT   |  0   | Spin up on Power On |
   +---------+------+---------------------+
   |   OUT   |  1   | Spin Disabled       |
   +---------+------+---------------------+

Delaying Spin Up at Power On
----------------------------
A jumper in the J7:E6 location, delays spin up on power-up by the
value of the drive's SCSI ID multiplied by 4 seconds (i.e. SCSI ID 4
will delay 16 seconds). Delaying spin up on application of power can
also be enabled by setting the SDLY bit in MODE SELECT page 00H
(Operating Parameters).

   +---------+------+---------------------+
   | J7:E6   | SDLY | Result              |
   +---------+------+---------------------+
   |   IN    |  0   | Spin Delayed        |
   +---------+------+---------------------+
   |   IN    |  1   | Spin Delayed        |
   +---------+------+---------------------+
   |   OUT   |  0   | Spin up on Power On |
   +---------+------+---------------------+
   |   OUT   |  1   | Spin Delayed        |
   +---------+------+---------------------+

Disabling the SCSI Bus Parity
-----------------------------
SCSI parity is always enabled in both directions, unless the J7:E7
Parity disable jumper is installed. Installing the jumper will cause
the drive to ignore SCSI bus Parity In but it will continue to
generate SCSI bus parity out.

Disabling SCSI Bus Terminator Power (TERMPWR)
---------------------------------------------
Power to the on-board terminators is provided by the higher of the
voltage supplied at Pin #17, 18, 51 & 52, J2 or the voltage level at
the 5 Volt power input to the drive minus one diode drop. Termination
Power to external terminators can be supplied by the drive through
Pin #17, 18, 51 & 52, J2. The TERMPWR line can be disconnected from
the drive by removing Jumper E8.

 Jumper E8 | Result
 ----------+----------------------------------------------------
   IN      | TERMPWR (J2, Pin #17, 18, 51 & 52) connected to the
           | drive's internal termination power.
 ----------+----------------------------------------------------
   OUT     | TERMPWR (J2, Pin #17, 18, 51 & 52) open circuit.

Using the J5 Auxiliary Connector
--------------------------------
External logic cabled to the J5 connector may be used to control
certain characteristics of the drive or access signals.

 J5 Auxiliary Connector Signal Definitions
  +---------------+-----------------+
  |Pin     Signal | Pin     Signal  |
  |Number  Name   | Number  Name    |
  +------+--------+-------+---------+
  |  1   | -SEL0  |   2   | -XTFAULT|
  +------+--------+-------+---------+
  |  3   | -SEL1  |   4   | -VUNIQ  |
  +------+--------+-------+---------+
  |  5   | -SEL2  |   6   | -SPSYNC |
  +------+--------+-------+---------+
  |  7   | -SEL3  |   8   | -XTAXTV |
  +------+--------+-------+---------+
  |  9   | -ENTERM|  10   | -GROUND |
  +------+--------+-------+---------+
  | 11   | +5V    |  12   | -FAULT  |
  +------+--------+-------+---------+

-SEL0
Bit 0 of the binary coded SCSI ID selection input. This signal has a
value of 0 when it is negated and a value of 1 when it is asserted
for the purpose of selection or arbitration.

This signal is latched within 250 msec of the application of valid
power to the drive or optionally the negation of -RST.

If SCSI ID SEL0 is intended to be selected, the host must provide a
low impedance connection from -SEL(0) to -XTFALT or to ground, while
the ID is being latched, through an appropriate means.

-XTFAULT
This signal is intended to drive an LED to indicate and external
fault condition has occurred. This signal is held asserted following
the application of power or optionally the negation of -RST during
initialization while the SCSI ID is being read. This signal is not
supported but meets the requirements of negating the signal while the
ID is being read.

-SEL1
Bit 1 of the binary coded SCSI ID selection input. This signal has a
value of 0 when it is negated and a value of 2 when it is asserted
for the purpose of selection or arbitration.

This signal is latched within 250 msec of the application of valid
power to the drive or optionally the negation of -RST.

If SCSI ID SEL1 is intended to be selected, the host must provide a
low impedance connection from -SEL1 to -VUNIQ or to ground, while
the ID is being latched, through an appropriate means.

-VUNIQ
This signal is an open-collector output available for Vendor Unique
usage. This signal is not supported but meets the requirement of
negating the signal while the ID is being read.

-SEL2
Bit 2 of the binary coded SCSI ID selection input. This signal has a
value of 0 when it is negated and a value of 4 when it is asserted
for the purpose of selection or arbitration.

This signal is latched within 250 msec of the application of valid
power to the drive or optionally the negation of -RST.

If SCSI ID SEL2 is intended to be selected, the host must provide a
low impedance connection from -SEL2 to -SPSYNC or to ground, while
the ID is being latched, through an appropriate means.

-SPSYNC
This signal used to provide a spindle rotation synchronization re-
ference. This drive does not support spindle synchronization.

This signal meets the requirement of negating the signal while the ID
is being read.

-SEL3
Bit 3 of the binary coded SCSI ID selection input. This signal has a
value of 0 when it is negated and a value of 8 when it is asserted
for the purpose of selection or arbitration.

This signal is latched within 250 msec of the application of valid
power to the drive or optionally the negation of -RST.

If SCSI ID SEL3 is intended to be selected, the host must provide a
low impedance connection from -SEL3 to -XTACTV or to ground, while
the ID is being latched, through an appropriate means.

-XTACTV
This signal is an open collector output intended to drive an LED to
indicate the device is active. This signal is negated while the SCSI
ID is being read.

-GROUND
This signal is connected to the drive's logic ground.

 +5 Volts
 This signal provides 5 volts of DC power to drive LEDs and is current
 limited by a 120 ohm resistor.

-FAULT
The assertion of this signal will cause the drive to stop any media-
altering activity, which may result in the drive asserting -XTFALT or
-VUNIQ, or both. This signal is intended to be used as a power
failure warning and/or as a write protect input. This signal is not
supported by this drive.

Setting the Bus Termination
---------------------------
All SCSI bus signals are common among all devices connected to the
bus. All signal lines must be terminated at both ends of the bus with
a terminator. The termination points define the end of the bus. This
drive does not provide internal termination capability.

Install

CONNER CFP-4207WD PRODUCT MANUAL REV.A 501-084, 06/95

Notes on Installation
=====================

Mounting the Drive
------------------
The drive is designed to be used in applications where the unit may
experience shock and vibrations at greater levels than larger and
heavier disk drives will tolerate.

The design features which allow greater shock tolerance are the use
of rugged heads and media, a dedicated landing zone, closed loop
servo positioning and specially designed motor and actuator
assemblies.

Six side, or four bottom base mounting points are provided to the
customer. The drive is mounted using 6-32 UNC -2B X 0.16 maximum
insertion length screws.

Attaching Power to the Drive
----------------------------
The drive has a 4-pin DC power connector, J4 which is part of the
Unified Connector, mounted on the PCB. The recommended mating
connector is AMP part number 1-480424-0 utilizing AMP pins, part
number 350078-4 or equivalent.

SCSI Bus Cable
--------------
The cable should meet the following guidelines, particulary with FAST
SCSI-2 systems:

 - Do not route the data cable next to the drive PCB or any other high
   frequency or large current switching signals. Improper drive opera-
   tion can result from improper cable routing.

- Cable stubs should not exceed 0.2 meter (8 inches).

- There should be 0.3 meters (12 inches) of cable between drives.

 - The total cable length should not exceed 25 meters (82 feet) and
   may have to be reduced if a mixture of round and flat cable are
   used.

 - Do not tightly bundle excess flat cable against each other since
   this promotes cross coupling of signals on the cable. Use spacers
   to maintain a minimum of 0.050 inches (1.27mm) gap between cable
   runs.

 - Do not clamp the cable tightly against a metal chassis since this
   will degrade the signal. Use spacers or a non-flammable insulation
   material to maintain a gap between the chassis and the cable.

Mixing Wide and Narrow SCSI Devices on a SCSI Bus
-------------------------------------------------
It may sometimes be desirable to attach Narrow Differential SCSI
devices such as tape backup devices or CDROMs to the same SCSI Host
Bus Adapter being used to control Wide Differential SCSI devices.
Intermixing of both Wide and Narrow Differential SCSI devices on the
same bus required special considerations:

 - The Narrow Differential SCSI devices must be placed at the physical
   end of the bus.

 - The high byte of the SCSI data bus must be terminated at the
   transition adapter from the 34-pair wire to the 25-pair wire.

 - The cable impedance of the 34-pair wire and the 25-pair wire should
   be as closely matched as possible.

 - The 68-pair cable with 30 AWG wire uses four wires to carry
   TERMPWR, which must be joined to wire 26 of the 25-pair wire, if
   terminator power has to be carried over the cable.

Wide to Narrow Adapter
----------------------

             P Cable
             +-----+      +----+
 +DB (12)    |  1  +------+ T  |
 -DB (12)    | 35  +------+ E  |
 +DB (13)    |  2  +------+ R  |
 -DB (13)    | 36  +------+ M  |
 +DB (14)    |  3  +------+ I  |
 -DB (14)    | 37  +------+ N  |
 +DB (15)    |  4  +------+ A  |
 -DB (15)    | 38  +------+ T  |
 +DB (P1)    |  5  +------+ O  |     A Cable
 -DB (P1)    | 39  +------+-R--+     +----+
 GROUND      |  6  +-----------------+  1 | GROUND
 GROUND      | 40  +-----------------+ 26 | GROUND
 +DB (0)     |  7  +-----------------+  2 | +DB (0)
 -DB (0)     | 41  +-----------------+ 27 | -DB (0)
             |++ +-+                 +++-+|
             +++-+ |                 |++ +|
 DIFFSENS    | 16  +-----------------+ 11 | DIFFSENS
 GROUND      | 50  +-----------------+ 36 | GROUND
 TERMPWR     | 17  +----+            | 12 | RESERVED
 TERMPWR     | 51  +----+            | 37 | RESERVED
 TERMPWR     | 18  +----+------------+ 13 | TERMPWR
 TERMPWR     | 52  +----+------------+ 38 | TERMPWR
 RESERVED    | 19  +-----------------+ 14 | RESERVED
 RESERVED    | 53  +-----------------+ 39 | RESERVED
             ++ ++++                 +-+++|
             |+-+++|                 | +++|
 GROUND      | 30  +-----------------+ 25 | GROUND
 GROUND      | 64  +-----------------+ 50 | GROUND
 +DB (8)     | 31  +------+-T--+     +----+
 -DB (8)     | 65  +------+ E  |
 +DB (9)     | 32  +------+ R  |
 -DB (9)     | 66  +------+ M  |
 +DB (10)    | 33  +------+ I  |
 -DB (10)    | 67  +------+ N  |
 +DB (11)    | 34  +------+ A  |
 -DB (11)    | 68  +------+ T  |
             +-----+      | O  |
                          +-R--+

Output Characteristics
----------------------
Each differential signal sourced by the drive meets or exceeds the
requirements of EIA RS-485 (ISO 8482-1982, TIA TR30.2). The driven
signals have the following output characteristics when measured at
the drive connector.

 Signal Characteristic             | Value
 ----------------------------------+----------------------------
 High Level Output Current (IOH)   | -60mA, maximum
 Low Level Output Current (IOL)    | 60mA, maximum
 Differential Output Voltage (VODH)| 1.0 volt, minimum
 Differential Output Voltage (VODL)| -1.0 volt, minimum
 High Level Output Voltage (VOH)   | 3.0 volt, typical
 Low Level Output Voltage (VOL)    | 1 volt, typical

Input Characteristics
---------------------
The input characteristics of the drive meets or exceeds the
requirements of EIA RS-485 (ISO 8482-1982, TIA TR30.2). The
characteristics of the input receivers and the requirements for each
signal received by the drive as measured at the drive connector are
shon in the following table.

 Signal Characteristic             | Value
 ----------------------------------+----------------------------
 Maximum input capacitance         | <25pF
 Input hysteresis                  | 45 millivolt, typical

Termination
-----------
All SCSI bus signals are common among all devices conected to the
bus and the signal lines must be terminated at both ends of the bus
with a terminator. The termination points define the end of the bus.
This drive does not provide internal termination capability.

External Terminator Power
-------------------------
Termination Power to external terminators can be supplied by the
drive through Pin #17, 18, 51, & 52, J2. The TERMPWR line can be
disconnected from the drive by removing Jumper E8. The following
table describes the electrical characteristics of the TERMPWR line
when it is used to supply power to an external terminator.

TERMPWR Electrical Output Characteristics

 Signal Characteristic             | Value
 ----------------------------------+-------------------------------
 Supply voltage                    | 4.06 VDC to 4.56 VDC
                                   | (dependent on power supplied to
                                   | the drive)
 Minimum source capability         | 1000 mA

Internal Termination
--------------------
The CP4207WD does not provide on-board termination.

External Termination
--------------------
All assigned signals (except TERMPWR, RESERVED and GROUND) must be
terminated at each ed of the bus with a terminator network. The
Resistor tolerances in the terminator network must be 5% or less.
The characteristic impedance of differential terminators is 122 ohms.

Cable Requirements
------------------
A 68 conductor cable no more than 25 meters (82 feet) cumulative
length with at least 30 AWG wire size and a characteristic impedance
of 115 to 160 ohms (122 ohms nominal) is required. The cable should
also meet the followig additional requirements:

Interface Cable Electrical Characteristics

 Specification                      |Value
 -----------------------------------+-------------------------------
 Signal Attenuation                 |0.095dB max. per meter at 5MHz
 Maximum Propagation Delay          |5.4 ns
 Pair-toPair Propagation Delay Delta|0.15 ns max. per meter
 Pair-to-Pair Diff. Impedance Delta |20 ohms
 DC Resistance                      |0.230 ohms max. per meter at 20*C

Stubs on the cable should not exceed 0.2 meters, where a stub is
defined as the conductor length from the transceiver to the mainline
SCSI cable. Stubs should be spaced at least 0.3 meters apart and
stup clustering should be avoided.

Connector Requirements
----------------------
The connector on the drive is a 68-pin. The mating connector is a
SCSI 3 Non-shielded P-cable connector.

Features

CONNER CFP-4207WD PRODUCT MANUAL JUNE 1995 REV. A 501-084

Overview of the Drives
----------------------
The CFP4207 series is a family of high performance 3.5-inch 4.2GB
(formatted) disk drives. They all offer 9 millisecond average seek
time for Reading, 9.5 millisecond seek time for Writing, with an
average latency of only 4.17ms. High capacity is achieved by
utilizing a zone density recording technique using 15 recording
zones at an areal density of 317 Mbits per square inch. These drives
feature high performance while maintaining low power consumption to
reduce power supply current and system cooling requirements in disk
arrays.

They are designed to operate on the Small Computer System Interface
(SCSI) and are SCSI-2/3 command compatible. The mechanical and major
electronic components are identical between the models and differ
only in the host interface implementation.

Firmware
--------
The drive's firmware can be considered in two parts. The first part
principally reside in the ROM for the 68HC16 background processor.
This processor is responsible for:

- starting the spindle motor and maintaining precise rotational speed

- controlling track following and actuator motion during seeking

- managing background R/W activity

- power management

- monitoring the overall health of the drive.

The interface processor's control microcode resides in both ROM and
RAM. The RAM portion of the microcode can be upgraded in the field
with using software. The interface processor firmware functions
include:

- reporting drive status and error conditions to the host

- manage operating parameters for the drive

 - parsing the Command Descriptor Block and checking for illegal
   fields

 - converting the LBA to CHS and initiating read and write operations
   to the background processor

- defect management

- serial port communications

Since parsing/decoding of commands and execution of the Read/Write
functions are handled by separate processors, command execution can
be overlapped in multiple initiator or Tagged Command Queuing
environments. Functions such as seek re-ordering and command coalesc-
ing can also be overlapped when the drive is operating with a host
environment capable of supporting Tagged Command Queuing.

 Seek Time
 ---------
       +----------------------------------+--------+
       |                                  | 4207   |
       +----------------------------------+--------+
       |Track-to-Track         msec. typ. |   2    |
       +----------------------------------+--------+
       |Average                msec. read |   9.0  |
       |                       msec. write|   9.5  |
       +----------------------------------+--------+
       |Full Track             msec.      |  18    |
       +----------------------------------+--------+
       |Latency                msec. avg. |   4.17 |
       +----------------------------------+--------+

Error Correction
----------------
The drive uses a three way interleaved 96-bit Reed-Solomon code to
perform error correction. An additional 48-bit Cyclic Redundancy
Code (CRC) provides additional miscorrection detection. For each
512-byte block, the on-the-fly error correction polynominal is
capable of correcting:

- one error burst of up to 41 bits in length

- two error bursts each up to 17 bits in length

The miscorrection probability is less than 1 bit in 10(24) bits
transfered.

Read/Write Heads and Disks
--------------------------
Data is recorded on 95mm diameter disks trough 3370-type 50% nano-
slider thin film heads with transverse pressure contour (TPC) air
bearing surfaces. The TPC air bearing surface allows the head to
fly at a uniform height regardless of radial position. This improves
data reliability and allows the serial density to be more uniform
with radius. The CFP4207 series contains the sputterd thin film
disks with twenty data surfaces and twenty read/write heads.

At power-down, the heads are automatically retracted to the inner
diameter of the disk and are latched and parked on a landing zone
that is inside the data tracks.

Head Positioning System
-----------------------
The read/write heads are supported by a mechanism coupled to a
rotary voice coil actuator.

Drive Motor and Spindle
-----------------------
A brushless DC direct-drive motor assembly is mounted on the drive's
base. The motor rotates the drive's spindle at 7200 RPM. The motor/
spindle assembly is dynamically balanced to provide minimal
mechanical runout to the disks. A dynamic brake is used to provide
a fast stop to the spindle motor and return the heads to the landing
zone when power is removed.

Safety Standards
----------------
The drive is designed to comply with relevant product safety
standards, including:

 - UL 478, 5th edition, Standard for Safety of Information Processing
   and Business Equipment

- UL 1950, Standard for Safety of Information Technology Equipment

- CSA 22.2#220, Information Processing and Business Equipment

- CSA 22.2#950, Safety of Electrically Energized Office Machines

- IEC 380, Safety of Electrically Energized Office Machines

 - IEC 950, Safety of Information Technology Equipment Including
   Electrical Business Equipment

- VDE 0805, VDE 0805 TIEL 100, VDE 0806

- Complies with FCC Class B, Part 15, Subpart J













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