Setting the SCSI ID
The factory default setting for the SCSI ID is "0."
If necessary, this ID number can be changed
using the SCSI ID switch on the rear panel. Be
sure to turn off the power before making any
Pushing the "+" button raises the ID number;
pushing the "–" button lowers the ID number.
Setting the Disk Unit's Functions
Use function switches (A – H) on the rear panel
to select the disk unit's functions in accordance
with the host computer and software you are
using. Be sure to turn off the power before setting
B C D E F G H
Fig 2-4: Function Switches
• The disk unit will not operate properly unless
the SCSI ID has been set correctly.
• Make sure to select a SCSI ID that has not been
assigned to another SCSI device.
Fig 2-3: SCSI ID Switch
This disk unit is equipped with a write cache.
When the write cache is enabled, never turn off
the disk unit power without making sure that all
data has been written to the disk from cache
memory. Data will be lost if you turn off the
power before all data in cache memory has been
written to the disk.
Before powering off the disk unit, be sure to eject
the disk. Ejecting the disk writes data from cache
memory to the disk.
Even though the drive will flush data periodically
to the disk, data may be lost in the case of a
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