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In This Manual This user’s guide includes: Chapter 1 set-up information for the HP SureStore Optical 80ex optical jukebox Chapter 2 information about choosing and using optical disks Chapter 3 features description, operating instructions, and troubleshooting information Appendix A supplies and customer support Appendix B operating this jukebox on a SCSI bus Appendix C...
Setting Up the Jukebox Overview of This Chapter Overview of This Chapter This chapter gives information on the following topics: • what you need to set up the jukebox choosing a proper environment for the jukebox • • identifying features on the jukebox side panels •...
Setting Up the Jukebox System Components Needed for Operation of This Jukebox System Components Needed for Operation of This Jukebox This jukebox requires application software to operate it as a single storage device composed of multiple SCSI devices. Consult with your sales representative to chose the application software you need.
Setting Up the Jukebox Identifying Controls and Features Identifying Controls and Features Figure 1-1 Right Side Chapter 1...
Setting Up the Jukebox Identifying Controls and Features The numbers below correspond to the numbers in Figure 1-1 on the previous page: Control panel Used to manually control and monitor operation of the jukebox. A full description of the controls and indicators on the control panel are in Chapter 3.
Setting Up the Jukebox Identifying Controls and Features Figure 1-2 Left Side Chapter 1...
Setting Up the Jukebox Identifying Controls and Features Active bus Lit when the SCSI bus is active. There is an indicator indicator for the single-ended interface and an indicator for the differential interface SCSI interface Used to select either the single-ended or differential selection switch SCSI interface.
25 meters (82.0 feet) (68-pin high-density connector) NOTE Hewlett-Packard recommends that you use SCSI cables with thumbscrew connectors. Clip type cables may be used if you first remove the mounted thumbscrew studs with a flat blade screwdriver. If the thumbscrew studs are not removed, interference between the cable and the studs may result.
Setting Up the Jukebox Choosing Your Cabling Configurations Choosing Your Cabling Configurations Pick the configuration that applies to your plans below. You will be shown the page for the proper procedures. One Host Computer (standard configuration) Refer to Page Will the jukebox be the only 1-10 device on the bus? Will other devices be on the same...
Setting Up the Jukebox Connecting the Jukebox as the Only Peripheral Connecting the Jukebox as the Only Peripheral NOTE This following configuration is the recommended configuration for this jukebox. Figure 1-3 Connecting the Jukebox as the Only Peripheral Refer to Figure 1-1 and 1-2 for the locations of the following switches and connectors.
Setting Up the Jukebox Connecting the Jukebox as the Only Peripheral 4. Connect a cable between the host computer and one of the jukebox SCSI connectors of your selected interface type. You may connect the SCSI cable to either port of the jukebox. NOTE Plug a terminator into the unused port of the interface type you are using.
Setting Up the Jukebox Connecting the Jukebox with Other SCSI Devices Connecting the Jukebox with Other SCSI Devices NOTE Operating this jukebox with other peripherals on the same bus is supported, but not recommended. In most circumstances, the recommended configuration for this jukebox is as the only device on a SCSI bus.
Setting Up the Jukebox Connecting Power Connecting Power 1. Ensure the power switch on the jukebox is OFF (see Figure 1-1).) NOTE Use the power cord shipped with the jukebox. 2. Plug the socket end of the power cord into the power port on the bottom of the interface enclosure (see “8”...
This third pass verifies that all data is written correctly to the sector. To add to the reliability of your data, Hewlett-Packard recommends that you maintain the default ON setting for write verify. Note that when write verify is ON, write operations take more time.
Setting Up the Jukebox Moving or Shipping the Jukebox Moving or Shipping the Jukebox If you want to move the jukebox a short distance, such as to another office or to another floor in your building, see “Moving the Jukebox a Short Distance.” If you want to ship the jukebox to another location, see “Shipping the Jukebox.”...
Setting Up the Jukebox Moving or Shipping the Jukebox Shipping the Jukebox 1. Follow your jukebox application software instructions for unmounting and ejecting disks. Ensure that there are no disks in the drives. CAUTION Failure to eject a disk from the optical drive prior to moving the jukebox could result in damage to the optical drive mechanism.
NOTE A list of Hewlett-Packard optical media cartridges is in Table A-1 of Appendix A. If you are not using HP media, please refer to the list of HP-qualified manufacturers on the website: www.hp.com/isgsupport/optical/index.html...
Using Optical Disks Choosing an Optical Disk Type Choosing an Optical Disk Type Two disk types are available for use in the jukebox: rewritable disks and write-once disks. To choose which type of disks to use, consider these points: • Rewritable optical disks--data can be repeatedly written and erased.
Using Optical Disks Labeling an Optical Disk Cartridge Labeling an Optical Disk Cartridge Make it a practice to label your optical disk cartridges. You are provided adhesive labels with each disk for this purpose. Here are some suggestions for labeling: NOTE Your jukebox application software may label your optical disk slot locations differently.
Using Optical Disks Write-Protecting an Optical Disk Write-Protecting an Optical Disk Each side of an optical disk can be write-protected by sliding the write-protect button in the direction of the arrow on the cartridge (see Figure 2-2). With rewritable optical disks, write-protecting the disk prevents overwriting existing files and prevents any additional file being written to the disk.
Using Optical Disks Caring for Optical Disks Caring for Optical Disks Follow these guidelines to ensure that your optical disks remain in good condition: • Do not expose disks to extreme magnetic fields. • Do not expose disks to dust particles. •...
Operating the Jukebox Overview of This Chapter Overview of This Chapter This chapter gives information on the following topics: • operating the control panel • using the selection buttons • interpreting messages which appear in the display window • loading optical disks into the jukebox •...
Operating the Jukebox Operating the Control Panel Operating the Control Panel The control panel enables manual control of all jukebox operations using four buttons and an LED display. The SCSI IDs of the jukebox and its optical drives can be set and changed, disks may be loaded and ejected, configurations can be monitored and changed, performance information can be viewed, internal tests can be run, and the jukebox can be secured from unauthorized use.
Operating the Jukebox Operating the Control Panel Figure 3-1 The Jukebox Control Panel Chapter 3...
Operating the Jukebox Operating the Control Panel The numbers below refer to the numbers in Figure 3-1 on the previous page. Swivel feature The control panel assembly may be rotated to face the display (#3 below) toward the front or right side of the jukebox.
Operating the Jukebox Using Selection Buttons Using Selection Buttons Use the CANCEL, PREV, NEXT, and ENTER buttons to select tasks you want the jukebox to perform. When you push these buttons, the message in the display window changes. See the next section for a list of messages. Each time you push the button, a task choice appears.
Operating the Jukebox Understanding Display Window Messages Understanding Display Window Messages The display window shows the operations you may select. Instructions for selecting or changing choices follows the explanation of the messages. Top Level Menus The jukebox is ready for operation. READY ADMIN * Select to access second-level choices.
Operating the Jukebox Understanding Display Window Messages In Figure 3-2, you can display the selections listed in boxes below the shaded choices by pressing when one of the shaded choices displays. Press ENTER PREV to scroll through the list. To perform the displayed operation, press NEXT ENTER Chapter 3...
Operating the Jukebox Loading a Disk into the Jukebox Loading a Disk into the Jukebox NOTE Label all disks before loading them into the jukebox. (See “Labeling an Optical Disk Cartridge” in Chapter 2 for instructions.) Some software packages require that you load and eject disks by using instructions in the software.
Operating the Jukebox Loading a Disk into the Jukebox 3. LOADING displays as the jukebox moves the disk to the slot. After the disk is loaded into the selected storage slot, the display returns to LOAD *. You may now load additional disks by inserting the disks into the mailslot and repeating step 3 until you are finished loading disks.
Operating the Jukebox Ejecting a Disk From the Jukebox Ejecting a Disk From the Jukebox NOTE Some software packages require that you load and eject disks by following the instructions in the software. If you use a software package to manage files in the jukebox, check the software documentation before proceeding with these steps.
Operating the Jukebox Entering the Administration Menu Password Entering the Administration Menu Password > > READY ADMIN * PSWD 000 000 000 A numeric password is required to access menu choices beneath the ADMIN * menu of the jukebox (see Figure 3-2). A three-part password, 000-000-000, was set at the factory.
Operating the Jukebox Changing the Administration Menu Password Changing the Administration Menu Password > > READY ADMIN * PSWD 000 000 000 >CONFIG * 1. Follow the steps on the previous page to enter your password (or the default, factory-set password 000 000 000). 2.
Operating the Jukebox Setting the SCSI IDs Setting the SCSI IDs NOTE If you are unfamiliar with basic SCSI addressing or LUN addressing, refer to Appendix B. A web site is also available for more extensive information at: www.hp.com/isgsupport/optical/index.html First, determine if you are using basic SCSI addressing or logical unit numbering (LUN).
Operating the Jukebox Setting the SCSI IDs 5. Press to change the setting and then press . WAIT FOR UPDATE NEXT ENTER and then TURNED OFF or TURNED ON display briefly. Then SCSI ID’S displays. You may now view the SCSI ID and LUN numbers using VIEW ID’S, or set a new SCSI ID number using SET ID’S.
Operating the Jukebox Setting the SCSI IDs Changing the Current SCSI IDs READY > ADMIN * > SCSI ID’S * > SET ID’S * NOTE If you are unfamiliar with basic SCSI addressing or LUN addressing, refer to Appendix B. A web site is also available for more extensive information at: www.hp.com/isgsupport/optical/index.html Start with READY in the display.
Operating the Jukebox Setting the SCSI IDs If your host computer system does not support multiple types at the same ID and you want to use LUN mode, you must select different IDs for the jukebox controller (JKBX ID #) and the drives (DRV #). Tables in Appendix B show jukebox default settings and an example of setting the jukebox controller and drives to different IDs (one digit apart).
Operating the Jukebox Setting an Operating Configuration Setting an Operating Configuration > > READY ADMIN * CONFIG * You can set configurations to customize the way the jukebox operates. Start with READY in the display. 1. Press until ADMIN * displays. NEXT 2.
Operating the Jukebox Setting an Operating Configuration Table 3-1 Configuration Choices Configuration Description Name Toggles between ON and OFF. If the configuration is RECOVERY set to ON, the jukebox attempts to recover from errors; ON/OFF if the configuration is set to OFF, the jukebox immediately stops moving if an error condition occurs.
Operating the Jukebox Setting an Operating Configuration Configuration Description Name Toggles between ON and OFF. The ON configuration SECURE ON/OFF disables loading and ejecting disks. The OFF configuration enables loading and ejecting disks (the default state of the jukebox). Toggles between OUT and IN. Determines the SECURE MAIL orientation of the mailslot when the SECURE OUT/IN...
Operating the Jukebox Retrieving Log History Retrieving Log History > > READY ADMIN * INFO * You can display information stored in the jukebox operating logs by using the * menu. INFO Start with READY in the display. 1. Press until ADMIN * displays.
Operating the Jukebox Retrieving Log History Log Name Description Press to select the odometer logs described in JKBX ODOMETERS * ENTER the next five rows. Number of operation hours (time the power was on). HOURS Some of the time may be while in power reduction mode.
Operating the Jukebox Retrieving Log History Log Name Description Log of recovered errors (commands that complete SOFT ERROR * successfully). Returns either NO SOFT ENTRIES or ENTRY #. (There may be multiple soft error numbers.) Press to view the log for the currently ENTER displayed error, or press to select the next error.
Operating the Jukebox Retrieving Log History Log Name Description SOURCE # Element number to which the source refers. (This information is valid for MOVE, EXCHANGE, and POSITION movements only.) Element to which the first destination refers. (This DESTINATION 1 information is valid for MOVE and EXCHANGE movements only.) Element to which the second destination refers.
Operating the Jukebox Running an Internal Test Running an Internal Test > > READY ADMIN * TEST * The optical jukebox can run self-diagnostic tests. See the Caution note below. CAUTION Some of the internal diagnostic tests of this jukebox can corrupt your file system if not properly completed (for example, disks can be placed in unexpected locations).
Operating the Jukebox Running an Internal Test Table 3-3 Internal Tests Test Name Description Internal Tests are normally for service use only. Some of the following tests can corrupt your data if not completed properly. Those tests are noted with a “Used by service...” alert. Do not run these tests. If you are in contact with your service representative, you may be requested to run one or more of the remaining tests as part of the early phases of a diagnostic procedure.
Operating the Jukebox Running an Internal Test Test Name Description MAGAZINE IO Makes a combination of moves with a PASS/FAIL result. It moves an optical disk from a randomly-chosen full slot to a randomly-chosen empty slot with a random flip. It then moves the disk back to its original storage slot with its original orientation.
Operating the Jukebox Running an Internal Test Test Name Description FIND PLUNGE Calibrates the disk transport mechanism, establishes the HOME mechanism’s orientation, and determines the reference points in the picker travel path. Assumes that the mechanics and servo system are functional. No disks are required.
Operating the Jukebox Running an Internal Test Test Name Description EXERCISE MECH Runs the VERTICAL TEST, TRANSLATE TEST, FLIP TEST, MAGAZINE IO, DRIVE IO, and MAILSLOT IO tests. Each test runs one time per test loop. WELLNESS TEST Checks the general capability of the jukebox. Requires one loaded disk.
Operating the Jukebox Running an Internal Test Test Name Description BOTTOM THUMB Used by service personnel only. Reports THUMB A or NO THUMB Looks at the top and bottom THUMB B thumb sensors and reports whether the thumbs on the disk transport mechanism are in the forward or back position.
Operating the Jukebox Using Online Repair Using Online Repair The online repair selection allows an authorized service representative to replace a faulty drive while the jukebox remains online and active. This feature is available only if enabled by your jukebox application software. CAUTION Selecting online repair should be done only by an authorized service representative.
Operating the Jukebox Troubleshooting Troubleshooting This section provides steps you can take when problems occur during operation. To troubleshoot problems, first refer to the procedures in this troubleshooting section. If these procedures do not correct the problem, check the HP web site at www.hp.com/isgsupport/optical/index.html and the other support services listed in Appendix A.
Operating the Jukebox Troubleshooting Table 3-4 Troubleshooting Problem What to do Jukebox won’t power on. • Ensure that power cord connections are tight. • Ensure that the power switch is ON (located on the lower right side of the jukebox rear panel). •...
Operating the Jukebox Troubleshooting Problem What to do No display messages. • Ensure that the power cord is connected. • Ensure that the power switch is ON. • Power cycle the jukebox.* • If steps above are unsuccessful, call your service representative.
Operating the Jukebox Troubleshooting Problem What to do Disk inserted in the The mailslot sensors do not detect a disk in the mailslot but MAILSLOT mailslot. EMPTY displays • Remove and then replace the disk fully into the mailslot. If the same error reappears, the mailslot sensors may be defective.
Operating the Jukebox Troubleshooting Problem What to do Disk eject attempted but The jukebox application software reserved the RESERVED displays. element for its use or a security configuration was set to prevent disk ejection. • If appropriate, change this setting See “Setting an Operating Configuration”...
Operating the Jukebox Troubleshooting Problem What to do • Power cycle the jukebox.* RUN ISTAT TEST displays (this initializes Run the STATUS test under • INIT ELEM the element status) menu TEST * • If steps above do not result in a READY display, call your service representative.
Supplies and Customer Support Overview of This Appendix Overview of This Appendix This appendix provides information on the following topics: • supplies and accessories • shipping screw specifications • HP customer support Appendix A...
HP Direct. Call 1-800-752-0900 for the location of your nearest authorized Hewlett-Packard dealer. To contact a Hewlett-Packard sales representative, see Table A-2 for a list of addresses and phone numbers of HP sales offices. To phone HP Direct call 1-800-538-8787.
Supplies and Customer Support Supplies and Accessories Item HP Part Number Rewritable optical disk (1,024 bytes/sector, 4.7 88143J Gbytes, single disk) Rewritable optical disk (1,024 bytes/sector, 4.7 C2589J Gbytes, 8-pack) Write-once optical disk (1,024 bytes/sector, 4.7 88145J Gbytes, single disk) Write-once optical disk (1,024 bytes/sector, 4.7 C2591J Gbytes, 8-pack)
Supplies and Customer Support Supplies and Accessories Item HP Part Number 0.9 m (2.9 ft) thumb screw to thumb screw K2294 1.5 m (4.9 ft) thumb screw to thumb screw K2295 50-Pin High-Density to 50-PinHigh-Density 0.5 m (1.6 ft) thumb screw to thumb screw C2955A 1.0 m (3.3 ft) thumb screw to thumb screw C2908A...
Supplies and Customer Support Supplies and Accessories Item HP Part Number Disk Cleaners RA-2 Manual Disk Cleaner ProDisk Corporation US Tel.(612) 439-6202 Fax (612) 439-5946 (approximately US$30) KA-1 Automatic Disk Cleaner ProDisk (see above) (approximately US$559) Documentation User’s Guide (replacement/additional) C1160-90015 Appendix A...
Supplies and Customer Support Hewlett-Packard Customer Support Hewlett-Packard Customer Support If your jukebox fails during the warranty period, and the suggestions in this user’s guide and accompanying documentation do not solve your problem: • Consult the Quick FAX or HP FIRST (FAX information Retrieval Support Technology) facsimile assistance services.The phone numbers are under...
Supplies and Customer Support Hewlett-Packard Customer Support Faxback Services Quick FAX and HP FIRST are automated systems that FAX requested product information and/or technical support documents to you. These faxback services are available 24 hours. Simply dial the FAX number from a touch tone telephone or Group 3 facsimile machine and follow the voice prompts that guide you to select an index of available support an product documents.
(to the US) Electronic Support Services For 24-hour access to information over your modem, refer to the following listings. On-line Service Providers Technical information is available on CompuServe and America Online. (Compuserve and America Online are not operated by Hewlett-Packard.) Appendix A...
HP systems Forum, Go HPSYS America Online HP forum, Go HPSTOR AccessHP and Support on the World Wide Web Product and support information is available on the Hewlett-Packard web site: Product information - www.hp.com Support - www.hp.com/isgsupport/optical/index.html Telephone Support During Warranty...
Supplies and Customer Support Hewlett-Packard Customer Support 8:30 - 16:00 Wed AEST (09) 356-6640 Zealand Singapore 9:00 - 17:00 Mon - Fri (65) 271-7233 Taiwan 8:30 - 17:30 Mon - Fri (02)717-9609 Elsewhere in the World to the US Contact your authorized HP dealer/distributor or the nearest HP sales and service office.
Supplies and Customer Support Hewlett-Packard Customer Support Elsewhere in the World Contact your authorized HP dealer/distributor or the nearest HP sales and service office. Additional Telephone Support Singapore Customer Care-Line for End-Users (65) 272-5300 HP Reseller Locator Numbers (800) 752-0900...
Supplies and Customer Support Warranty Warranty HP PRODUCT DURATION OF WARRANTY C1150J / C1160J/C1170J One Year 1. HP warrants HP hardware, accessories and supplies against defects in materials and workmanship for the period specified above. If HP receives notice of such defects during the warranty period, HP will, at its option, either repair or replace products which prove to be defective.
Supplies and Customer Support Warranty 8. HP will be liable for damage to tangible property per incident up to the greater of $300,000 or the actual amount paid for the product that is the subject of the claim, and for damages for bodily injury or death, to the extent that all such damages are determined by a court of competent jurisdiction to have been directly caused by a defective HP product.
Supplies and Customer Support Warranty A-16 Appendix A...
Operating This Jukebox on a SCSI Bus A Brief Overview of SCSI A Brief Overview of SCSI General The Small Computer System Interface (SCSI), is a contention-based bus that accommodates different speed devices without impacting the devices with faster transfer speeds. This specification was defined by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) in 1986.
Operating This Jukebox on a SCSI Bus A Brief Overview of SCSI an ID greater than 7, would always assume it won the contention and would attempt to talk, perhaps at the same time as a device with an ID above 7 that was contending for the bus.
Operating This Jukebox on a SCSI Bus A Brief Overview of SCSI To use this form of addressing, however, the jukebox application software, the SCSI bus drivers and the host adapter firmware all have to support this mode of addressing. The following diagram shows LUNs assigned to devices within the device at ID 6.
Operating This Jukebox on a SCSI Bus A Brief Overview of SCSI Termination is always at both physical ends of the bus. Single-ended and Differential Interfaces The SCSI bus is electrically implemented in two ways: single-ended and differential. These terms come from the way the signals are asserted on the bus. Single-ended buses use a 5-volt signal that is referenced to ground.
Operating This Jukebox on a SCSI Bus A Brief Overview of SCSI • This connector is similar to a D-type connector, but smaller and with smaller pin holes placed closer together. • 50-pin low-density ribbon (usually internal to the host) Wide devices (68- pin) use the following connectors: •...
Operating This Jukebox on a SCSI Bus The SCSI Bus and This Jukebox The SCSI Bus and This Jukebox This jukebox is a “fast and narrow” SCSI device with the capability to connect to either a narrow single-ended bus or a wide differential bus. In the diagram below, note that the single-ended (50-line) bus is brought directly onto the jukebox internal narrow bus.
Operating This Jukebox on a SCSI Bus The SCSI Bus and This Jukebox Adding Devices to the Bus When considering adding other devices to the jukebox bus, you should consider the following: • Will adding a device onto a bus with this jukebox interfere or degrade the performance of the jukebox or the device that is added? •...
Operating This Jukebox on a SCSI Bus The SCSI Bus and This Jukebox This method should only be implemented by an experienced systems integrator who is highly knowledgeable about SCSI. Since the wide (68-pin) buses need more data lines on the bus for their data transfer, it’s necessary that the cables connecting the devices are 68 pin.
Operating This Jukebox on a SCSI Bus The SCSI Bus and This Jukebox It is very important that the 68-pin to 50-pin cable is properly configured to assure that the eighteen truncated lines are properly terminated. Cable Lengths Observe SCSI cable maximum lengths; - 3 meters (9.8 feet) for the single-ended bus (remember, this is a fast device) - 25 meters (82 feet) for the differential bus.
Operating This Jukebox on a SCSI Bus The SCSI Bus and This Jukebox General • Do not connect a single-ended bus to a differential bus. Damage can occur. NOTE For current information on issues relating to installation, operation, and support of jukeboxes, you may want to go to: HP Optical Storage www.hp.com/isgsupport/optical/index.html...
Operating This Jukebox on a SCSI Bus Default SCSI IDs in the Jukebox When Using Basic SCSI Addressing and When Using LUN Mode Default SCSI IDs in the Jukebox When Using Basic SCSI Addressing and When Using LUN Mode Table B-1 Default SCSI and LUN Settings LUN Mode OFF LUN Mode ON...
Operating This Jukebox on a SCSI Bus Default SCSI IDs in the Jukebox When Using Basic SCSI Addressing and When Using LUN Mode Table B-2 LUN Mapping if “DRVs” SCSI ID is Changed to an ID Different Than the Jukebox (IDs used here are an example) LUN Mode ON JKBX ID DRV 1 ID...
Operating This Jukebox on a SCSI Bus Default SCSI IDs in the Jukebox When Using Basic SCSI Addressing and When Using LUN Mode Figure B-2 Two or Four Drives, Basic SCSI Addressing Displays on the Control Panel Under CHOOSE LUN MODE * menu >> LUN MODE OFF Under SCSI IDs * menu >>...
Operating This Jukebox on a SCSI Bus Default SCSI IDs in the Jukebox When Using Basic SCSI Addressing and When Using LUN Mode Figure B-3 Two or Four Drives, LUN Addressing, Controller/Drives Use Same ID Displays on the Control Panel Under CHOOSE LUN MODE * menu >>...
Operating This Jukebox on a SCSI Bus Default SCSI IDs in the Jukebox When Using Basic SCSI Addressing and When Using LUN Mode Figure B-4 Two or Four Drives, LUN Addressing, Controller/Drives Use Different IDs Displays on the Control Panel Under CHOOSE LUN MODE * menu >>...
Operating This Jukebox on a SCSI Bus Default SCSI IDs in the Jukebox When Using Basic SCSI Addressing and When Using LUN Mode Table B-3 Possible Additional SCSI Addresses Available LUN Mode ON - LUN Mode ON - LUN mode OFF No.
Operating This Jukebox on a SCSI Bus Default SCSI IDs in the Jukebox When Using Basic SCSI Addressing and When Using LUN Mode B-18 Appendix B...
Safety and Regulatory Information Overview of this Appendix Overview of this Appendix This appendix contains important safety and regulatory information for the United States, Finland, Sweden, Germany, United Kingdom, European Union, and Japan.
Safety and Regulatory Information CDRH Regulations (USA Only) CDRH Regulations (USA Only) The Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration implemented regulations for laser products on August 2, 1976. These regulations apply to laser products manufactured from August 1, 1976. Compliance is mandatory for products marketed in the United States.
Safety and Regulatory Information EC Radio Frequency Interference Statement (Europe Only) EC Radio Frequency Interference Statement (Europe Only) WARNING This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
Safety and Regulatory Information United Kingdom Telecommunications Act 1984 United Kingdom Telecommunications Act 1984 The HP SureStore Optical 160ex, 320ex and 400ex jukeboxes are approved under Approval Number NS/G/1234/J/100003 for indirect connection to Public Telecommunication Systems within the United Kingdom.
Safety and Regulatory Information Herstellerbescheinigung Herstellerbescheinigung Diese Information steht im Zusammenhang mit den Anforderungen der Maschinenlärn information sverordnung vom 18 Januar 1991. Schalldruckpegel Lp < 70 dB(A) • am arbeitsplatz • normaler betrieb • nach ISO 7779:1988/EN 27779:1991 (Typprüfung) English Translation of German Sound Emission Directive This statement is provided to comply with the requirements of the German Sound Emission Directive, from 18 January 1991.
Safety and Regulatory Information Turvallisuusyhteenveto Turvallisuusyhteenveto Laserturvallisuus LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT HP SureStore Optical 160ex, 320ex, 400ex optiset levymuistiasemat ovat käyttäjän kannalta turvallisia luokan 1 laserlaitteita. Normaalissa käytössä levymuistiaseman kotelointi estää lasersäteen pääsyn laitteen ulkopuolelle. Laitteen turvallisuusluokka on määritetty standardin EN 60825 mukaisesti. VAROITUS ! Laitteen käyttäminen muulla kuin käyttöohjeessa mainitulla tavalla saattaa altistaa käyttäjän turvallisuusluokan 1 ylittävälle lasersäteilylle.
Safety and Regulatory Information English Translation of Finland Regulatory Information English Translation of Finland Regulatory Information LASER SAFETY SUMMARY LASER SAFETY CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT (The same in Swedish.) HP SureStore Optical 160ex, 320ex and 400ex jukeboxes are for user safe class 1 laser products.
Safety and Regulatory Information Japanese VCCI Statement Japanese VCCI Statement This equipment is in the Class A category information technology equipment based on the rules of Voluntary Control Council For Interference by Information Technology Equipment (VCCI). When used in a residential area, radio interference may be caused.
Glossary jukebox controller The part of the jukebox that controls the sending and receiving of SCSI commands and cartridge A plastic enclosure that controls the disk transport mechanism. contains an optical disk. The cartridge is labeled "A" or "B" to denote separate LAN Local area network.
Glossary optical disk A term synonymous with inserted, the drive will write data, but the 5.25-inch magneto-optical disk. will not write over data that has been There are two types of optical disks used previously written. This feature is in jukeboxes: rewritable and write-once. useful for applications that need permanent data security and audit trails.
Index SCSI IDs * 3-8 second level 3-8 changing the administration password online repair TEST * 3-8 3-14 service only 3-32 top level 3-8 changing the SCSI IDs 3-17 optical disks choosing a location 1-2 care of 2-6 configurations types 2-3 listing of 3-20 using 2-2 ejecting a disk 3-12...
Index viewing 3-16 when in LUN mode 3-18 selection buttons CANCEL 3-7 ENTER 3-7 NEXT 3-7 PREV 3-7 using 3-7 service call gathering information 3-33 setting an operating configuration 3- setting SCSI IDs 3-15 setting the LUN mode 3-15 setting up the jukebox 1-2 shipping screw specifications A-7 shipping the jukebox 1-15...