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Hard Drive: CONNER: CP-1034 32MB 1.8"/SSL PCMCIA

C P - 1 0 3 4    CONNER
NO MORE PRODUCED                                      Native|  Translation
Form                 1.8"/SUPERSLIMLINE    Cylinders     826|     |     |
Capacity form/unform    32/      MB        Heads           2|     |     |
Seek time   / track  19.0/ 5.0 ms          Sector/track   38|     |     |
Controller           PCMCIA                Precompensation
Cache/Buffer            32 KB              Landing Zone
Data transfer rate    3.000 MB/S int       Bytes/Sector      512
                      5.000 MB/S ext
Recording method     RLL                            operating  | non-operating
Supply voltage     5 V          Temperature *C         5 55    |    -40 60
Power: sleep          0.1 W     Humidity     %         5 90    |      5 90
       standby        0.3 W     Altitude    km    -0.061  4.572| -0.061  4.572
       idle               W     Shock        g        20       |    200
       seek           0.8 W     Rotation   RPM      4149
       read/write     1.3 W     Acoustic   dBA        34
       spin-up            W     ECC        Bit   ON THE FLY
                                MTBF         h     150000
                                Warranty Month
Lift/Lock/Park     YES          Certificates     CSA,IEC380,IEC950,TUV,UL19...



Jumper Setting

Master/Slave Configuration
The CP1034 drive is designed to operate either as a Master drive
(C Drive) or a Slave (D Drive).

When two drives are daisy chained on the interface, commands are
written in paralle to both drives, only the selected drive will
execute the command, except for the diagnostic command. In that case,
both drives execute the command and the slave reports its status to
the master via the -HOST -PDIAG signal.

Drives are selected by the DRV bit in the drive/head Register and by
a PCB stuffable option on CP1034, designating the drive as either
master or slave. When the DRV bit is reset, the master drive is
selected, and when the DRV bit is set, the slave drive is selected.
When drives are daisy chained, one must be jumpered as the master and
one as the slave. When a single drive is attached to the interface,
it must be jumpered as the master. Throughout this document, drive
selection always refers to the state of the DRV bit, and position
of the master/slave option.



Notes On Installation

Installation direction

     horizontally                           vertically
   +-----------------+             +--+                       +--+
   |                 |             |  +-----+           +-----+  |
   |                 |             |  |     |           |     |  |
 +-+-----------------+-+           |  |     |           |     |  |
 +---------------------+           |  |     |           |     |  |
                                   |  |     |           |     |  |
                                   |  |     |           |     |  |
 +---------------------+           |  +-----+           +-----+  |
 +-+-----------------+-+           +--+                       +--+
   |                 |
   |                 |

The drive will operate in all axis (6 directions).

Recommended Mounting Configuration
The CP1034 drive is designed to be used in applications where the
units may experience shock and vibrations at greater levels than
larger and heavier disk drives.

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

For additional vibration isolation, an external suspension system may
be used.

Interface Connector
The CP1034 drive has a 68-pin PCMCIA standard connector mounted on
the PCB. The maximum cable length is two feet.

Signal Levels
All signal levels are TTL compatible. A logic "1" is > 2.0 Volts. A
logic "0" is from 0.00 Volts to 0.70 Volts.



The CP1034 disk drive is the first in a family of ultra-compact 1.8"
hard disk drives. The CP1034 provides 32.1 MB of formatted capacity,
conforms to th enewly defined Type III memory card form factor and
employs a 68-pin interface connector for easy removability.

Key Features
The CP1034 is the newest addition to the Conner family of high
performance smal form factor products with a formatted capacity of

- 1.8" Type memory card Form factor

- Single 5 Volt supply

- Low power requirements

- 2.5 oz unit weight

- 68-pin memory card connector

 - High performance rotary voice coil actuator with embedded servo

- High shock resistance

- Sealed HDA with internal air filtration system

- Automatic actuator during standby or power down

- Automatic error correction and retries

- Block size 512 bytes

- PC AT interface

Error Correction
The CP1034 drive uses a Reed Solomon code to perform error detection
and correction. The software error correction polynominal is capable
of correcting one error burst with a maximum of 22 bits or 2 error
bursts of up to 11 bits each, per 512 byte block. Single bursts of
11 bits or less are corrected on the fly (EOF) with no performance

Diagnostic Routines
The microprocessor performs diagnostics upon application of power. If
an error is detected the drive will not come ready.

Drive Mechanism
A brushless DC direct drive motor rotates the spindle at 3465 RPM.
The motor/spindle assembly is balanced to provide minimal mechanical
runout to the disks and to reduce vibration of the HDA. A dynamic
brake is used to provide a fast stop to the spindle motor when power
is removed, or upon initiation of STANDBY MODE.

Air Filtration System
Within the sealed enclosure, a 0.3 micron filter which provides a
clean environment for the heads and disks.

Head Positioning Mechanism
The read/write heads for the CP1034 are supported by a mechanism
coupled to the voice coil actuator.

Read/Write Heads and Disks
Data is recorded on 48mm diameter thin film disk through micro-
miniature thin film or MIG heads.

Execute Drive Diagnostic
Command Number: 90 hex

This command performs the internal diagnostic tests implemented by
the drive. The diagnostic tests are only executed upon receipt of
this command.

The drive sets BSY immediately upon of the command. If the drive is a
master, the drive performs the diagnostic tests and saves the
results. It then checks to see if a slave drive is present and waits
up to 5 seconds for the slave to complete its diagnostics. If the
slave successfully completes its diagostics, it asserts -HOST PDIAG.
If unsuccessful, it sets its Error Register as described below.
The master drive resets BSY, and generates an interrupt.

The value in the Error register should be viewed as a unique 8-bit
code and not as the single-bit flags defined previously. The inter-
face registers are set to initial values except for the Error
register if an error occurs.

The table below details the codes in the Error register and a
corresponding explanation.

Error Code Description
01 hex No error detected
02 hex Format device error
03 hex Sector buffer error
8x hex Slave drive failed

Additional codes may be implemented at the manufacturer's option.

If the slave drive fails diagnostics, the master drive shall "OR" 80
hex with its own status and load that code into the Error register.
If the slave drive passes diaagnostics or there is no slave drive
connected, the master drive shall sect bit 7 of the Error register
Task File to 0.



                 Announced but never produced.

                        NEVER PRODUCED!!!

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