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HP Surestore 160ex - Optical Jukebox User Manual: Connecting The Scsi Cables To The Jukebox; Table 1-1 Maximum Scsi External Cable Lengths (assuming No Devices Internal To The Host Computer)

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Table 1-1
Setting Up the Jukebox

Connecting the SCSI Cables to the Jukebox

Connecting the SCSI Cables to the Jukebox
The following is general cabling information.
Interface types available
Number of hosts
The maximum cable length you have available for connection to your host computer
system or other devices depends on which interface type you select. The following
table lists the maximum SCSI bus lengths available to you.
Maximum SCSI External Cable Lengths (Assuming no devices internal to the
host computer)
Interface Type
Single-Ended SCSI
(50-pin high-density connector)
Differential SCSI
(68-pin high-density connector)
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.
Single-ended or differential SCSI, selected by
the interface selection switch on the top of the
interface module (see "6" on Figure 1-2).
This jukebox may be used in high availability
environments. High availability environments
can be complex and are not described in this
guide. Consult with your high-availability
vendor for installation and configuration.
Maximum External Cable
3 meters (9.8 feet)
25 meters (82.0 feet)
Chapter 1



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