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PowerVault 130T Drive Installation Instructions DLT Drive Tray Assembly These installation instructions describes how to remove, install and configure a DLT Drive Tray Assembly into the PowerVault 130T . Before beginning this procedure be sure to take note of your drive configuration. You may need this later to reconfigure your new or additional drives.
Figure 1. Back Vziew of Drive Tray Assembly Back View of Drive Tray Assembly Item Parts Description Number Tape Drive Thumbscrew (3x) Hinged Door Drive Tray Assembly Conversion Instructions...
Figure 2. Interface Connection and Power Interface Connection and Power Item Parts Description Number Power Receptacle Tape Drive Interface Connector Thumbscrew (2x) Disconnect the power cable from the tape drive. CAUTION: Disconnect the tape drive interface cable (P980-P983), as described in the next step, before removing the tape drive.
• Verify that required cables are present. • Report any damaged or missing items to your Dell representative. WARNING: Do not touch any components on the power supply. Live voltage could be present even though the unit is powered off.
Setting TermPwr Item Parts Description Number Power Supply Cover Power Supply Cover Screw Location (2x) TermPwr Jumper, second pair of pins from end of connector (shown enabled) To check terminator power (TERMPWR), remove the two power supply cover screws using a Torx driver with a T-15 bit, and lift the cover (pulling forward slightly) enough to see the jumpers.
Figure 4. Connecting the SCSI cable Connecting the SCSI cable Item Parts Description Number Tape Drive Interface Cable (P983) Thumbscrew (2x) SCSI Connector (2x Per Drive) Drive 0 CAUTION: The tape drive interface cable (P980-P983) marking faces the rear of the tape drive.
Close the hinged door at the rear of the library. 10. Tighten the two thumbscrews to secure the door. 11. Connect the SCSI cables and/or terminator to the SCSI connectors on the rear of the tape drive. How to Set the Drive SCSI ID If you are replacing an existing drive, you do not have to configure the SCSI ID.
Scroll using the arrow buttons to select the correct drive (drives are numbered 0 through 3 starting from the bottom). A sub-menu allows you to set drives “on-bus” (the same SCSI bus asa the library or “off-bus (a different bus). This is necessary for some host software packages. The option is part of the Set Drive SCSI ID configuration routine.