To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only. Caution: As the laser beam in this CDU926S is harmful to the eyes, do not attempt to disassemble the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
Ejecting a Caddy ...22 Specifications Introduction The CDU926S is a drive unit for CD-R discs, which stores a maximum of 650 Mbytes of digital data. The drive unit has the following features: Reads and writes data in both CD-ROM and CD-ROM XA standard formats.
Location and Function of Parts and Controls Front Panel CD Caddy CD Caddy Caddy insertion slot Accepts a caddy loaded with a CD-ROM or CD-R disc. Emergency eject hole Insert a fine rod into this hole to eject a caddy manually in emergencies. Eject button Ejects the caddy from the drive unit.
Precautions Installation Avoid placing the drive in a location subject to: – high humidity – high temperature – excessive dust – mechanical vibration – direct sunlight. Use the drive in a horizontal or vertical position. Do not use it in a tilted position.
Remove the jumper to set to OFF, and install the jumper to set to ON. The recommended jumper is AMP* Shunts (14227-1), JAE** Short Socket (PS-2SH4-1) or equivalent. The following table shows the function of each jumper. Jumper Function DEVICE The setting of this jumper determines whether the TYPE SCSI device type code in the inquiry data is WO...
Connecting the Drive Attach one end of the flat cable (SCSI cable) to the connector on the rear of the CDR drive. Sony CDU926S Drive Unit Audio Out Connector Audio Cable Red Wire Note The red edge of the flat cable should be positioned next to the power supply connector.
The red edge of the flat cable must be closest to pin number 1 of the interface card connector. The following illustration is a sample system configuration of the Sony CDU926S CD-R drive installation with a SCSI card. Sony CDU926S Drive INTERFACE CONNECTOR...
MSCDEX and the device driver for an ordinary SCSI CD-ROM drive can be used when using the CDU926S as a SCSI CD-ROM drive. Use the device driver for a CD-R drive when using the CDU926S as a recordable drive. Be sure to install the device driver before operating the drive. Refer to the manual supplied with the host adapter for instructions.
Using Discs and Caddies Loading a Caddy with a Disc To open the caddy lid, press the tabs on the both sides of the caddy at the end opposite to the shutter. Set a disc, with its label upward, in the caddy. Be careful not to touch the recording surface when setting a CD-R disc in the caddy.
Storing Discs and Caddies Remove the caddy from the drive unit before moving the drive. Do not store the disc and caddy in a location subject to: – high humidity – high temperature – excessive dust – direct sunlight Care of Discs Hold the disc by its edge.
In such a case, eject the caddy and re-insert it properly. If the busy indicator remains lit amber, consult your dealer or qualified service personnel. The busy indicator also lights amber during audio play. However, this is not a malfunction. Ejecting a Caddy Turn on the power supply.
Specifications General Host interface SCSI-2, single ended, 50 pin Read Function Acceptable discs: CD-ROM Mode-1 data discs CD-ROM Mode-2 data discs CD-ROM XA discs CD-Audio discs Audio-combined CD-ROM discs (includes CD-EXTRA) CD-I discs CD-I Ready Discs CD Bridge discs CD-R discs (Conforming to “Orange Book Part II”) Write Function Applied Format:...
Dimensions and weight Dimensions 146.05 x 41.4 x 203.2 mm (w/h/d) (5 3/4 x 1 5/8 x 8 inches) Mass 1.04 kg Power requirement Voltage +5 V ±5% DC and +12 V DC ±10% Ripple +5 V: 0.05 Vp-p +12 V: 0.1 Vp-p Current Hold track state +5 Vdc...