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C156-E142-02EN
MCE3130AP, MCE3064AP,
MCF3064AP
OPTICAL DISK DRIVES
PRODUCT MANUAL

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    C156-E142-02EN MCE3130AP, MCE3064AP, MCF3064AP OPTICAL DISK DRIVES PRODUCT MANUAL...

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    The contents of this manual is subject to change without prior notice. All Rights Reserved. Copyright ! 2001 FUJITSU LIMITED...

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    REVISION RECORD Edition Date published Revised contents February, 2000 March, 2001 Specification No.: C156-E142-**EN C156-E142-02EN...

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    This manual is organized as follows: Chapter 1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION This chapter introduces the MCE3130AP, MCE3064AP and MCF3064AP optical disk drives and describes their standard features, system configuration, and drive configuration. Chapter 2 SPECIFICATIONS This chapter describes the specifications of the MCE3130AP, MCE3064AP and MCF3064AP optical disk drives, ATAPI function specifications, and optical disk cartridge specifications.

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    Conventions for Alert Messages This manual uses the following conventions to show the alert messages. An alert message consists of an alert signal and alert statements. The alert signal consists of an alert symbol and a signal word or just a signal word.

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    DISCLAIMER Failure of the MCE3130AP, MCE3064AP and MCF3064AP optical disk drives are defined as a failure requiring adjustment, repair, or replacement. Fujitsu is not responsible for failure due to misuse, operation outside the specified environment conditions, power line trouble, controller problems, cable failure, or other failure not caused by the optical disk drive itself.

  • Page 7: Important Alert Items

    Important Alert Messages The important alert messages in this manual are as follows: A hazardous situation could result in minor or moderate personal injury if the user does not perform the procedure correctly. This alert signal also indicates that damages to the product or other property, may occur if the user does not perform the procedure correctly.

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    In case of regular repair, the optical disk cartridge should not be attached except where the cartridge causes the error. And before having the drive repaired, save the data in the cartridge. Fujitsu is not responsible for data last during maintenance or repair.

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    MANUAL ORGANIZATION MCE3130AP, MCE3064AP and MCF3064AP OPTICAL DISK DRIVE PRODUCT MANUAL (C156-E142) <This manual> MCE3130AP, MCE3064AP and MCF3064AP OPTICAL DISK DRIVE MAINTENANCE MANUAL viii • GENERAL DESCRIPTION • SPECIFICATIONS • INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS • HOST INTERFACE • OPERATION AND CLEANING •...

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    Data interchange on 90 mm optical disk cartridges, – Capacity: 640 megabytes per cartridge GIGAMO 1.3 GB 90 mm Magneto- Optical Disk System C156-E142-02EN Organization American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Small Form Factor Committee (SFF) ISO/IEC ISO/IEC ISO/IEC JTC1* FUJITSU LIMITED SONY CORPORATION...

  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION ... 1 - 1 Features ... 1 - 1 1.1.1 Performance ... 1 - 2 1.1.2 Reliability... 1 - 3 1.1.3 Maintainability/operability... 1 - 3 1.1.4 Adaptability... 1 - 3 1.1.5 Interface ... 1 - 4 Drive Configuration ...

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    3.1.3 Air flow... 3 - 3 3.1.4 Temperature rise under several conditions... 3 - 4 3.1.5 Air purity... 3 - 4 Mounting Requirements ... 3 - 5 3.2.1 External dimensions ... 3 - 5 3.2.2 Installation direction ... 3 - 7 3.2.3 Centers of gravity...

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    4.3.1.6 ATAPI Byte Count register... 4 - 7 4.3.1.7 ATAPI Block Device Select register ... 4 - 8 4.3.1.8 Error register ... 4 - 8 4.3.1.9 ATA Features register ... 4 - 9 4.3.1.10 ATAPI Features register ... 4 - 9 4.3.1.11 ATA Sector Count register...

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    4.5.7 IDLE IMMEDIATE (X'95'/X'E1') ... 4 - 31 4.5.8 NOP (X'00')... 4 - 32 4.5.9 SERVICE (X'A2') (Not supported) ... 4 - 32 4.5.10 SET FEATURES (X'EF')... 4 - 33 4.5.11 SLEEP (X'99'/X'E6') ... 4 - 35 4.5.12 STANDBY IMMEDIATE (X'94'/X'E0') ... 4 - 36 Packet Commands...

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    4.6.24 WRITE AND VERIFY command ... 4 - 71 4.6.25 WRITE BUFFER command ... 4 - 72 4.6.26 WRITE LONG command ... 4 - 74 Timing... 4 - 75 4.7.1 Register/PIO data transfer timing... 4 - 75 4.7.2 Multiword DMA data transfer timing ... 4 - 77 4.7.3 Power-on and Reset Timing ...

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    Outer view (with panel)... 1 - 6 Outer view (without panel)... 1 - 6 Optical disk drive configuration... 1 - 7 Control circuit section block diagram ... 1 - 8 System configuration with one optical disk drive ... 1 - 10 System configuration with two optical disk drives...

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    Removing cartridge... 5 - 5 Optial disk cartridge... 5 - 7 Write protect tab ... 5 - 8 Cleaning procedure (1)... 5 - 11 Cleaning procedure (2)... 5 - 11 Cleaning procedure (3)... 5 - 12 Cleaning procedure (4)... 5 - 13 Revision label...

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    Model and order number... 2 - 1 Specifications ... 2 - 3 Environmental and power requirements... 2 - 7 Recommended optical disk cartridge specifications... 2 - 10 Disk specifications ... 2 - 13 Temperature requirements at measurement points ... 3 - 3 Temperature at each measuring point (Reference)...

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    4.25 EXECUTE DEVICE DIAGNOSTIC command ... 4 - 29 4.26 Self-diagnosis detailed code... 4 - 30 4.27 GET MEDIA STATUS command ... 4 - 30 4.28 Error register ... 4 - 31 4.29 IDLE IMMEDIATE command ... 4 - 31 4.30 NOP command ...

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    4.61 Changeable values in the caching page ... 4 - 49 4.62 Default values for the cashing page... 4 - 49 4.63 Removable block access capabilities page ... 4 - 50 4.64 Changeable values in the removable block access capabilities page... 4 - 50 4.65 Default values for the removable block access capabilities page ...

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    4.97 Sense key... 4 - 63 4.98 Logical block address format ... 4 - 64 4.99 ASC/ASCQ list (1/2)... 4 - 64 4.100 Format Progress Indication Bytes ... 4 - 66 4.101 SEND DIAGNOSTIC command ... 4 - 66 4.102 SEEK command ...

  • Page 22: Chapter 1 General Description

    ATA/ATAPI-4. The flexibility and expandability through ATAPI I/F, the high performance of the MCE3130AP, MCE3064AP, MCF3064AP optical disk drives, and the drive's commands set enable the user to construct high-reliability, high-performance disk subsystems with advanced functions and large-scale storage.

  • Page 23: Performance

    The power consumption of the MCE3130AP optical disk drive is 5.5 W and that of the MCE3064AP, and MCF3064AF optical disk drives is 5.3 W. (These power consumption values are typical values during read and write operation.) These drives do not use a fan.

  • Page 24: Reliability

    Automatic spindle stop function If access is not made within a certain time, this function stops disk rotation to minimize dust accumulation on the disk. This function can be set that time by the MODE SELECT command. 1.1.2 Reliability Mean time between failure (MTBF) This drive features a 120,000 hour MTBF.

  • Page 25: Interface

    Low noise and low vibration This drive operates quietly 26 dB or less (A character) even during seek operations and will not degrade the office environment. vibration. (Low noise and low vibration features are available except while an MO cartridge is being ejected.) Vibration resistance (shock resistance) Rubber vibration isolators protect the drive against external shock or vibration.

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    Data buffer 1,844 KB buffer is used to transfer data between the EIDE bus and disk. Since data is stored in this buffer, the host can execute input-output processing effectively by using the high-speed data transfer capability of the EIDE bus without regard to the data transfer rate of the optical disk drive. Read-ahead cache feature The read-ahead cache feature enables high-speed sequential data access as follows: After executing a command to read data from the disk, the drive automatically reads the next data...

  • Page 27: Drive Configuration

    Drive Configuration 1.2.1 Drive model Figures 1.1 and 1.2 show the outer view. Figure 1.1 Figure 1.2 1 - 6 Outer view (with panel) Outer view (without panel) C156-E142-02EN...

  • Page 28: Configuration

    1.2.2 Configuration Figure 1.3 shows the drive configuration. The drive consists of mechanical sections, a fixed optics section, actuator, and a control circuit section. The mechanical sections include the spindle motor, actuator section, bias magnet, and the cartridge folder vertical motion mechanism. The fixed optics section consists of the optical components, position detector, and LD controller.

  • Page 29: Control Circuit Section

    Separate optical sections The optical head section is separated in such a way that the fixed optics section is separated from the moving optics section to minimize seek time and positioning error. (See Subsection 1.2.4 for the fixed optical section.) This reduces the weight of the moving parts. The fixed optics section consists of the laser diodes, collimator lens, and optical detector.

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    The control circuit section is divided into two parts: an ATAPI controller section which deals with control between the ATAPI interface and drive interface, and a drive circuit section which controls the drive. ATAPI controller circuit section The ATAPI controller circuit's reliability is improved by large-scale integrated circuit technology. The high-speed microprocessor (MPU) handles ATAPI interface control and drive control such as drive read-and-write control and single-beam control.

  • Page 31: System Configuration

    System Configuration Figures 1.5 and 1.6 show the PC AT interface system configuration. The interface can be directly connected to the 40-pin AT-compatible EIDE interface. Host system AT bus (Host interface) Figure 1.5 Host system AT bus (Host interface) Figure 1.6 System configuration with two optical disk drives The PC AT interface will not meet the specification if two optical disk drives not conforming to the ATA are connected.

  • Page 32: Chapter 2 Specifications

    Table 2.1 lists the model and order number. Table 2.1 Model Name Order No. MCE3130AP CA05696-B501 CA05696-B531 CA05696-B631 CA05696-B701 CA05696-B731 CA05696-B831 MCE3064AP CA01747-B501 CA01747-B531 CA01747-B631 CA01747-B701 CA01747-B731 CA01747-B831 Optical Disk Drive Specifications Optical Disk Cartridge Specifications Defect Management Model and order number (1 of 2)

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    Table 2.1 Model Name Order No. MCF3064AP CA05437-B501 CA05437-B531 CA05437-B631 CA05437-B701 CA05437-B731 CA05437-B831 Note: The panel colors (2.5Y 7.2/0.4) are indicated in Munsell symbols. (JIS Z8721) 2 - 2 Model and order number (2 of 2) Panel Panel Color with panel Light gray (2.5Y 7.2/0.4) with panel Light gray (2.5Y 7.2/0.4) Inch screws (32 UNC)

  • Page 34: Drive Specifications

    2.1.2 Drive specifications Table 2.2 lists MCE3130AP, MCE3064AP, MCF3064AP drives specifications [MCE3130AP] Item Optical disk cartridge 128 MB media Total capacity Unformatted 181 MB Formatted 128 MB Capacity/track Unformatted 18,100 bytes Formatted 12,800 bytes Capacity/sector Unformatted 725 bytes Formatted 512 bytes...

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    [MCE3064AP] Item Optical disk cartridge 128 MB media Total capacity Unformatted 181 MB Formatted 128 MB Capacity/track Unformatted 18,100 bytes Formatted 12,800 bytes Capacity/sector Unformatted 725 bytes Formatted 512 bytes Number of user tracks/side (*1) 10,000 Number of alternate sectors/side !1,024...

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    [MCF3064AP] Item Optical disk cartridge 128 MB media Total capacity Unformatted 181 MB Formatted 128 MB Capacity/track Unformatted 18,100 bytes Formatted 12,800 bytes Capacity/sector Unformatted 725 bytes Formatted 512 bytes Number of user tracks/side (*1) 10,000 Number of alternate sectors/side !1,024 Number of sectors/track Data transfer rate 1.09 MB/s (max.)

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    *1 The number of user tracks indicates the maximum user zone which includes the spare area and slipping area. *2 Mathematical average of 1,000 times of seek and does not include command overhead nor track address recognition time. Furthermore, it may reach a maximum of 35 ms depending on the quality of media and drive installation environment.

  • Page 38: Environmental And Power Requirements

    –20 to 60°C (24 hours or more) Relative humidity: 5 to 90% (Noncondensing) Max. wet bulb temperature: 41°C or lower Requirement: Packing conditions specified by Fujitsu –5° to +10° (*3) 3.92 m/s (0.4 G [5 to 500 Hz, sine sweep]) Shock 19.6 m/s...

  • Page 39: Error Rate

    Note: Current limiter value for +5 VDC power: 5 A or less Specifications under transporting condition are under the packaging specified by Fujitsu. A voltage drop may occur depending on the used power supply or power cable. *1 At random seek or read/write. Excluding pulse waveform under 500 #s or less.

  • Page 40: Reliability

    2.1.5 Reliability Mean time between failures (MTBF) The MTBF is 120,000 hours or more. Failure due to disk errors is not included. Conditions Power-on time: 200 hours/month or less LD-on time: 20% or less of power-on time Environment Temp.: 25°C Note: The MTBF is defined as follows: total operating time in all fields (hours)

  • Page 41: Optical Disk Cartridge Specifications

    Optical Disk Cartridge Specifications 2.2.1 Recommended optical disk cartridge specifications Specifications comply with the ISO/IEC 10090 standard for 128 MB disk, ISO/IEC 13963 standard for 230 MB disk, and ISO/IEC 15041 standard for 540 MB disk, and 640 MB disk. The following three disk types comply with the specifications.

  • Page 42: Optical Disk Cartridge

    2.2.2 Optical disk cartridge Figure 2.1 shows an optical disk cartridge. The figure below shows the cartridge with its shutter open. Shutter closed 2) Shutter Shutter open 4) Disk Figure 2.1 1) Cartridge case 3) Write protect tab 5) Hub Optical disk cartridge C156-E142-02EN 2 - 11...

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    The following explains the components of the optical disk drive shown in Figure 2.1: 1) Cartridge case Covers the disk to protect it from damage when handled and facilitates disk replacement. The cartridge case is labeled and has a write protect tab. 2) Shutter Protects the disk against dust.

  • Page 44: Disk Specifications

    2.2.3 Disk specifications 128 MB disk The ISO/IEC10090 defines 128 MB disk specification. 230 MB disk The ISO/IEC13963 defines 230 MB disk specification. 540 MB/640 MB disk The ISO/IEC15041 defines 540 MB/640 MB disk specification. 1.3 GB disk The Cherry Book version 1.0 defines 1.3 GB disk specification. Table 2.5 lists disk specifications.

  • Page 45: Defect Management

    Defect Management 2.3.1 Defect management schematic diagram Defective sectors on the disk shall be replaced by good sectors according to the defect management scheme as follows: Defective sectors found during surface certification are handled by a sector slipping algorithm. Defective sectors found after initialization are handled by a linear replacement algorithm.

  • Page 46: Example Of Alternate Processing

    Figure 2.3 Example of alternate processing C156-E142-02EN 2 - 15...

  • Page 47: Chapter 3 Installation Requirements

    CHAPTER 3 INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS 3.10 This chapter describes environmental, mounting, power supply, and connection requirements. Environmental Requirements The environment in which these drives are installed must comply with the ambient environmental requirements defined in Subsection 2.1.3. 3.1.1 Temperature measurement point When a drive is operating, the ambient temperature measured 3 cm from the base surface of the optical disk drive and the PCA unit surface must satisfy the environmental requirements specified in Subsection 2.1.3.

  • Page 48: Surface Temperature Measurement Points

    (a) Inside optical disk cartridge Hole for inserting thermocouple (b) IC (controller, read map) IC (controller) Figure 3.1 3 - 2 IC (read amp) Surface temperature measurement points C156-E142-02EN Operating of inner partition wall Tip of thermocouple...

  • Page 49: Temperature Requirements And Measuring Method

    IC (controller) surface IC (read amp.) surface Note: * 60°C for the optical disk cartridge (1.3 GB excluded) manufactured by Fujitsu. Following procedure is for temperature measurement of inside cartridge. 1) Make a hole for the thermocouple as shown in Figure 3.1.

  • Page 50: Temperature Rise Under Several Conditions

    Note: Air flow temperature is 40°C and below. 3.1.4 Temperature rise under several conditions Table 3.2 Temperature at each measuring point (Reference) [Ambient atmospheric temperature of the optical disk drive: 45°C] Measurement point Inside cartridge IC (controller) surface IC (read amp.) surface Thermal sensor Notes: The above data are data measured in a constant temperature chamber in which the...

  • Page 51: Mounting Requirements

    Mounting Requirements 3.2.1 External dimensions Figures 3.2 to 3.3 show the dimensions of the drive and the positions of the mounting holes. Unit: mm Note: The height length is 25.4 ± 0.8 besides the panel size. Figure 3.2 Dimensions C156-E142-02EN 3 - 5...

  • Page 52: Dimensions (without Panel)

    Unit: mm Note: Those enclosed in parentheses are inch screws. Figure 3.3 Dimensions (without panel) 3 - 6 C156-E142-02EN...

  • Page 53: Installation Direction

    3.2.2 Installation direction Figure 3.4 shows the permissible installation directions for this drive. The mounting angle tolerance must be within –5" to 10" from the horizontal. (–) shows that the insertion faces below. Horizontal Vertical (Two orientations) Figure 3.4 Installation directions C156-E142-02EN 3 - 7...

  • Page 54: Centers Of Gravity

    3.2.3 Centers of gravity Figure 3.5 shows the centers of gravity of the drive. 3 - 8 Figure 3.5 Centers of gravity C156-E142-02EN Unit: mm...

  • Page 55: Notes On Mounting

    3.2.4 Notes on mounting Mounting frame structure and clearance a) For vibration resistance and heat dissipation, this optical disk drive uses an embossed structure as shown in Figure 3.6, as well as a frame which has a construction similar to other frames which perform the same function.

  • Page 56: Service Clearance

    Panel function processing When installed in a cabinet, do not change the panel formal. The processing is installation status and the disk insertion door can be closed from any locations. Service clearance Figure 3.7 shows locations which must be accessed for installation and maintenance. Be sure to leave sufficient service clearance.

  • Page 57: Power Supply Requirements

    System ground The optical disk drive should be grounded to the signal ground (SG) of the power supply of the system. This SG line should be supplied with the system. The Frame Ground is shorted in the optical disk drive by a metal strip attached to the vibration isolation rubber between the frame (FG) and the base (SG).

  • Page 58: Cable Connections

    Cable Connections 3.4.1 Drive connectors The optical disk drive (ODD) has connectors. Figure 3.9 shows the location of the connectors. AT interface connector (40-pin) and power supply connector (4-pin) 1 pin Figure 3.9 Power supply connector +12 VDC or not connected +12 VDC RETURN (GND) or not connected +5 VDC RETURN (GND) +5 VDC...

  • Page 59: Cable Connector Specifications

    Figure 3.10 is a diagram showing cable connections between equipment. Host system Figure 3.10 Cable connection diagram Cable connector specifications Name Model name FCN-707B040-AU/B FCN-707B040-AU/0 445-248-40 1-480424-0 170121-4 AWG18 DC power ODD1 ODD2 C156-E142-02EN Vendor Fujitsu Fujitsu SPECTRS STRIP Power supply 3 - 13...

  • Page 60: Jumper Settings

    Jumper Settings 3.5.1 Jumper settings at factory shipping Figure 3.11 shows jumper settings at factory shipping. CNH1 5-6 short-circuited: Sets the master device. Figure 3.11 Jumper settings at factory shipping 3.5.2 Mode setting Setting master device mode Figure 3.12 shows the setting for recognizing the master device (device 0). 3 - 14 CNH5 : Short...

  • Page 61: Slave Device Setting

    Setting slave device mode Figure 3.13 shows the setting for recognizing the slave device (device 1). Setting cable select mode Figure 1.14 shows the master device/slave device setting when the CSEL signal is connected to the interface. In the example shown in Figure 3.16, this setting requires a special interface connection. Figure 3.14 Cable select mode setting Figure 3.15 shows a cable select example using a special interface cable.

  • Page 62: Cable Select Examples

    CSEL conductor Host system CSEL conductor Host system 3 - 16 Master device Example 1 Open Slave device Example 2 Figure 3.15 Cable select examples C156-E142-02EN Open Slave device Master device...

  • Page 63: Notes On Drive Handling

    Notes on Drive Handling General notes Note the following points to maintain drive performance and reliability: Device damage 1) Shock or vibration applied to the drive that exceeds the values defined in the standard damage the drive. Use care when unpacking. 2) Do not leave the drive in dirty or contaminated environments.

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    Installation a) Do not connect or disconnect the connectors or change the terminal settings when the power is b) Do not move the drive with the power on. c) Eject the optical disk cartridge, lock the carriage securing the head, turn off the power, then move the drive.

  • Page 65: Individual Packaging Style

    Desiccant Conductive bag Use a sealing tape MCE3130AP, MCE3064AP, MCF3064AP Shipping Label (2) Master carton (12/24 units) Figure 3.16 Individual packaging style Transportation a) Transport the package with the UP sign upward. b) After unpacking, minimize the transportation distance and use cushions to avoid shock and vibration.

  • Page 66: Mounting

    Mounting 3.7.1 Checks before mounting the drive Before mounting the optical disk drive in the system cabinet, check whether the jumper settings are set correctly. 3.7.2 Mounting procedure How the drive is mounted depends on the system cabinet structure. Determine the mounting procedure in consideration of the requirements of each system.

  • Page 67: Operation Confirmation And Preparation For Use After Installation

    3) Connect the AT interface cable. 4) After each cable connector is connected, secure the cable so that the cable does not touch the drive or the parts on the PCA or obstruct the flow of cooling air in the system cabinet. Operation Confirmation and Preparation for Use after Installation 3.9.1 Confirming initial operations...

  • Page 68: Connection Check

    3.9.2 Connection check When initial operation check terminates normally after the power is turned on, check whether the drive is correctly connected by issuing command from the host system. Checking procedure depends on the host system configuration. If processing terminates abnormally: a) If sense data has been obtained by the REQUEST SENSE command, analyze the sense data.

  • Page 69: Chapter 4 Host Interface

    CHAPTER 4 HOST INTERFACE The differences in host interface specifications between the MCE3130AP, MCE3064AP and MCF3064AP are shown in Table 4.1, Differences in Host Interface Specifications of Each Model. In this chapter, even if there are no special explanatory notes in the text, please refer to this table to make the appropriate substitutions for each model.

  • Page 70: Pin Assignment

    Pin Assignment The table below lists pin assignments of the interface connector. Table 4.2 Description Reset Ground Data bus bit 7 Data bus bit 8 Data bus bit 6 Data bus bit 9 Data bus bit 5 Data bus bit 10 Data bus bit 4 Data bus bit 11 Data bus bit 3...

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    Table 4.2 Connector pin assignments (2/2) Description DMA Acknowledge Gound Interrupt Request 16 Bit I/O Device Address Bit 1 PASSED DIAGNOSTICS Device Address Bit 0 Device Address Bit 2 Chip Select 0 Chip Select 1 Device Active or Slave (Device 1) Present Ground C156-E142-02EN Signal name...

  • Page 72: Signal Description

    Signal Description Signal name RESET- 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, DD7-0 13, 15, 17, 18, DD15-8 16, 14, 12, 10, 8, 6, 4 DMARQ DIOW- DIOR- IORDY CSEL DMACK- INTRQ IOCS16- 36, 33, 35 DA2, 1, 0 PDIAG- CS0- SC1- DASP- 2, 19, 22, 24, Ground...

  • Page 73: Interface Registers

    Interface Registers 4.3.1 I/O registers This section provides the I/O register functions and mapping. depending on which ATA or ATAPI commands are used. Table 4.4 Address signal CS0- CS1- The letter A indicates that the bit is asserted, N indicates that the bit is negated, and X indicates that the bit is ignored.

  • Page 74: 4.3.1.1 Alternate Status Register

    4.3.1.1 Alternate Status register This register contains the same information as that of the ATAPI Status register, except that the ODD does not recognize interrupts when reading this register. Therefore, the ODD does not clear the INTRQ signal and does not clear interrupts during the pending. Table 4.5 DRDY Reserved...

  • Page 75: 4.3.1.5 Drive Address Register

    4.3.1.5 Drive Address register This register's bits are defined as shown below. Table 4.7 nWTG nHS3 HiZ is always in the high-impedance state. nWTG indicates the status of the ODD internal data write control signal (Write Gate). nHS3 indicates a binary complement of bits 3 to 0 of the drive select register. nDS1 is the device select bit for device 1.

  • Page 76: 4.3.1.7 Atapi Block Device Select Register

    4.3.1.7 ATAPI Block Device Select register This register's bits are defined as shown below. Table 4.9 Bit definitions of ATAPI Block Device Select register Unused Unused Unused Bits 7, 6, 5, and 3 are not used. The ODD ignores all value sets in these bits. Dev indicates the device address.

  • Page 77: 4.3.1.9 Ata Features Register

    4.3.1.9 ATA Features register This register is used for the SET FEATURES command. 4.3.1.10 ATAPI Features register This register's bits are defined as shown below. Table 4.11 Bit definitions of ATAPI Features register Reserved All values in bits 7 to 2 are ignored. OVERLAP is ignored.

  • Page 78: 4.3.1.13 Sector Number Register

    Packet command transfer Data or parameter transfer (from the ODD to the host) Data or parameter transfer (from the host to the ODD) The completion status in the Status register is effective. 4.3.1.13 Sector Number register This register is not used. The ODD ignores all specified values. 4.3.1.14 ATAPI Status register This register indicates the status of the ODD.

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    Within 400 ns of receiving a command when the DRQ bit is not set Between data transfer blocks of the PIO data-in/PIO data-out command when the DRQ bit is not set After data block transfer with the PIO data-out command when the DRQ bit is not During DMA transfer when the DRQ bit is not set In all other cases, the ODD does not set BSY.

  • Page 80: Various Processes

    Various Processes 4.4.1 Reset response There are four types of resets. Power-on reset The ODD performs initialization such as initial diagnostics and default setting. If any media is mounted, it also spins up media. Hardware reset The ODD is reset when the RESET- signal is asserted. The ODD initializes the interface controller by setting default values.

  • Page 81: Defect Sector Management

    4.4.2 Defect sector management Sector mapping is executed based on the ISO/IEC 10090 standard for 128 MB media, the ISO/IEC 13963 standard for 230 MB media, the ISO/IEC 15041 standard for 540 and 640 MB media, and the GIGAMO 90 mm Magneto-optical Disk System - System Description standard for 1.3 GB . Basically, possibly defective sector management is not required for the host.

  • Page 82: Data Error Detection Criteria

    4.4.4 Data error detection criteria Table 4.16 lists criteria used to detect ID errors and data errors for data access commands and error handling. Table 4.16 ID error and read error detection criteria and error handling Command ID read error FORMAT UNIT 128 MB/230 MB media: 3 read errors in 3 sectors...

  • Page 83: Cache Function

    4.4.5 Cache function The ODD supports the read cache and MO write cache. The read cache consists of the read ahead cache and the LRU cache that reads write data remaining in the data buffer. The read ahead cache allows for data transfer at a near effective transfer speed during continuous read operation without causing any delay owing to rotation latency.

  • Page 84: Mo Write Cache

    When the cache is enabled, the buffer contains data transferred from the host with a write command. If a read command is issued to the sector address at this time, the ODD directly transfers data to the high-level equipment from the data buffer without reading it from media. If the cache is hit with a read command, the ODD makes the data in the hit segment being kept in the highest priority.

  • Page 85: Media Status Notification Function

    Software reset Particularly under the condition described below, a command end response or data transfer to the host may be delayed until the write operation to media is completed. When a command that requires a new segment is received while all segments in the data buffer are used Under the conditions given below, write data in the buffer may not be written properly on media: Power-off...

  • Page 86: 4.4.7.1 Power Mode

    4.4.7.1 Power mode The ODD supports power modes shown below. The ODD uses a power mode equivalent to standby mode, except that the DRDY bit is 0 while media is not mounted. Active mode Pre-idle mode Idle mode Standby mode Sleep mode 4.4.7.2 Active mode In active mode, all circuits are enabled.

  • Page 87: 4.4.7.6 Sleep Mode

    4.4.7.6 Sleep mode Sleep mode uses power consumption as standby mode. To set the ODD in sleep mode, the host must issue the Sleep command. To restore the ODD from sleep mode, hardware reset or software reset is required. The host must not issue any command after the Sleep command. The ODD requires 15 seconds (standard) to respond.

  • Page 88: Led Indications

    4.4.8 LED Indications The ODD notifies the operator of a serious error by turning on or blinking the LED lamp. Table 4.17 lists indication modes and operation. LED blink cycle Blinking (on for a second and off for a second repeatedly) Blinking (on for 0.25 second and off for 0.25 second repeatedly) Blinking (on for 0.5 second and off for...

  • Page 89: Ata Commands

    ATA Commands Table 4.18 lists supported ATA commands. This section represents ODD registers as shown below. Cylinders High/Low registers: CY Sector register: SC Device/Head register: DH Sector Number register: SN Features register: FR Table 4.18 Command codes and parameters Protocol Command name IDENTIFY PACKET DEVICE PACKET...

  • Page 90: Identify Packet Device (x'a1')

    Note: CY = Cylinder register SC = Sector register DH = Device/Head register SN = Sector Number register FR = Features register y - This register contains parameters effective to run the command. D - Indicates that only the Device parameter is effective and the LUN parameter is ineffective. D* - Device 0 is addressed, but both devices execute the command.

  • Page 91

    0000h 10-19 "xxx...xxx" 20-22 0000h 23-26 "aaab" 27-46 In the case of the MCE3130AP, “FUJITSU MCE3130AP” In the case of the MCE3064AP, “FUJITSU MCE3064AP” In the case of the MCF3064AP, “FUJITSU MCF3064AP” 47-48 0000h 0F00h 15-14 0000h Description General configuration information...

  • Page 92

    Table 4.20 Device parameter information (2/5) Word Value Bits 0200h 15-8 0000h 15-0 0003h 15-3 54-62 0000h 0407h (Default value) 15-11 0003h 15-8 0078h (120) 0078h (120) 017Fh (383) 0078h 4 - 24 Description PIO data transfer cycle timing mode Reserved Reserved Reserved...

  • Page 93

    Table 4.20 Device parameter information (3/5) Word Value Bits 69-70 0000h 07D0h (2000) 03E8h (1000) 73-79 0000h 0010h 0000h 4278h 4000h 13-1 Description Reserved Required time after the PACKET command is received until the bus is released ("s) (Typical) Required time after the SERVICE command is received until BSY is cleared ("s) (Typical) Reserved Major Version number (ATA/ATAPI-4)

  • Page 94

    Table 4.20 Device parameter information (4/5) Word Value Bits 4000h 13-0 4278h (Default value) 0000h 15-1 4000h 13-0 4 - 26 Description Command set supported Always B'0'. Always B'1'. Reserved Command set supported and whether the function is enabled or disabled (A value of less than 1 indicates that the command is supported and enabled.)

  • Page 95: Packet (x'a0')

    Table 4.20 Device parameter information (5/5) 0000h 15-0 0000h 0001h 15-9 128- 0000h 4.5.2 PACKET (X'A0') The PACKET command issues an ATAPI packet command. Reserved. Reserved Reserved Device write protected A value of 1 indicates device write protected. See 9.5.5 Timer & Protect Page Reserved Media status notification function supported (B'01') Reserved...

  • Page 96: Device Reset (x'80')

    4.5.3 DEVICE RESET (X'80') Table 4.22 DEVICE RESET command The DEVICE RESET command resets the ODD. When the ODD receives the DEVICE RESET command, it sets the BUSY bit to 1. After reset is completed, the ODD sets the BUSY bit to 0. INTRQ is not asserted. 4.5.4 CHECK POWER MODE (X'98'/X'E5') Table 4.23 CHECK POWER MODE command...

  • Page 97: Execute Device Diagnostic (x'90')

    Table 4.24 Power mode indication Power mode status Standby mode Entering standby mode Returning from standby mode Idle mode Active mode 4.5.5 EXECUTE DEVICE DIAGNOSTIC (X'90') Table 4.25 EXECUTE DEVICE DIAGNOSTIC command When the ODD receives this command, it recognizes self-diagnostics. When the ODD receives this command, it responds to the command regardless of the DRV bit value;...

  • Page 98: Get Media Status (x'da')

    abnormally and the ODD makes OR-operation to its self-diagnostics results of unit 0 (Device 0) with X'80' and sets it in the Error register. If device 1 ends abnormally, the ODD sets the CHECK bit of the Status register. When the ODD is device 1 The ODD asserts the PDIAG- signal within five seconds.

  • Page 99: Idle Immediate (x'95'/x'e1')

    Otherwise, the command ends normally. If a hardware error by which the command cannot be executed occurs, as is the case with other commands, the command ends with Aborted Command. Bit7 Bit6 Bit5 WRT_PT WRT_PT: Set to 1 when write-protected. MC: Set to 1 when media is exchanged.

  • Page 100: Nop (x'00')

    4.5.8 NOP (X'00') The NOP command enables 16-bit access for Status register checking. The ODD judges an unsupported command. The command ends with Aborted Command. 4.5.9 SERVICE (X'A2') (Not supported) 4 - 32 Table 4.30 NOP command Table 4.31 SERVICE command C156-E142-02EN...

  • Page 101: Set Features (x'ef')

    4.5.10 SET FEATURES (X'EF') Table 4.32 SET FEATURES command The SET FEATURES command changes the ODD operating mode to the mode set in the SC and FR registers. If the specified value is not supported by the ODD or an invalid value, the ODD reports Aborted Command.

  • Page 102: Transfer Setting Values In The Sc Register

    Table 4.34 Transfer setting values in the SC register Setting value Bits 7 to 3 bits 2 to 0 00000 PIO default transfer mode 00000 PIO default transfer mode 010 to 111 (without IORDY signal) 00001 PIO flow control transfer mode (with IORDY signal) 101 to 111 00010...

  • Page 103: Sleep (x'99'/x'e6')

    Bit7 Bit6 Bit5 POWER_EJ: Set to 1. LOCK: Set to 1. PRV_ENAB: Set to 1 when the media status notification function is enabled. 4.5.11 SLEEP (X'99'/X'E6') The SLEEP command sets the ODD in sleep mode. The ODD enters sleep mode by following the steps given below.

  • Page 104: Standby Immediate (x'94'/x'e0')

    4.5.12 STANDBY IMMEDIATE (X'94'/X'E0') Table 4.37 STANDBY IMMEDIATE command The ODD sets the power mode to standby mode. 4 - 36 C156-E142-02EN...

  • Page 105: Packet Commands

    Packet Commands The ODD supports the packet commands listed below. Table 4.38 Packet command codes and parameters Command ERASE (10) FORMAT UNIT INQUIRY MODE SELECT MODE SENSE PREVENT/ALLOW MEDIUM REMOVAL READ (10) READ (12) READ CAPACITY READ FORMAT CAPACITIES READ DEFECT DATA READ LONG RECEIVE DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS REQUEST SENSE...

  • Page 106: Logical Unit Number

    4.6.1 Logical Unit Number A value other than 0 is not supported for Logical Unit Number (LUN). It must always be 0. 4.6.2 ERASE command Byte Logical Unit Number 9-11 The ERASE command erases data of the specified number of blocks from the specified logical block address.

  • Page 107: Format Unit Command

    4.6.3 FORMAT UNIT command Table 4.40 FORMAT UNIT command Byte Logical Unit Number 5-11 The FORMAT UNIT command formats media physically on the basis of the specified parameter values. When the FmtData bit is 1, the FORMAT UNIT parameter list must be transferred. When the FMtDAta bit is 1, the Defect List Format must be specified.

  • Page 108: Inquiry Command

    When the DCRT (Disable Certification) bit is 1, the ODD formats media without checking it. When the IMMED (Immediate) bit is 1, the ODD responds with immediate end after the command is received and before formatting is completed. At this time, during formatting, the Ready bit of the Status register is set to 0, and then set to1 after formatting is completed.

  • Page 109: Inquiry Data

    (00b) Reserved 8-15 Left justified. The rightmost data field not used is filled with space characters. (X'20') 16-31 MCE3130AP, MCE3064AP, MCF3064AP (in ASCII) Left justified. The rightmost data field not used is filled with space characters. (X'20') 32-35 36-37 38-39...

  • Page 110: Mode Select Command

    4.6.5 MODE SELECT command Table 4.46 MODE SELECT command Byte Logical Unit Number 9-11 The MODE SELECT command sets various device operating modes. The PF (Page Format) bit must be 1. If the PF bit is 0, the command responds with Check Condition.

  • Page 111: Mode Parameter List

    Table 4.48 lists the mode parameter list. Table 4.48 Mode parameter list Byte The mode parameter list consists of a mode parameter header and page descriptor. Table 4.49 lists the mode parameter header. Table 4.49 Mode parameter header Byte Mode Data Length must be 0. If any other value is specified, the command ends abnormally with Check Condition.

  • Page 112: 4.6.5.1 Drive Operation Mode Page

    4.6.5.1 Drive operation mode page Table 4.51 Drive operation mode page Byte Reserved When the DVW (Disable Verify for WRITE) bit is 0, verification is made for the WRITE (10), WRITE (12), or WRITE AND VERIFY command. When the bit of DVW is 1, no verification is made.

  • Page 113: 4.6.5.2 Read-write Error Recovery Page

    4.6.5.2 Read-Write error recovery page Table 4.54 Read-Write error recovery page Byte AWRE Reserved 9-11 When the AWRE (Automatic Write Reallocation Enable) bit is 0, no automatic alternate block assignment is made for the WRITE (10), WRITE (12), or WRITE AND VERIFY command. When the bit of AWRE is 1, automatic alternate block assignment is made.

  • Page 114: Changeable Values In The Read-write Recovery Page

    Read Retry Count must not be 3 or smaller. If a value of 3 or smaller is specified, the command assumes 4 and reports Recovered Error. Write Retry Count must not be a value other than 3. If a value other than 3 is specified, the command assumes 3 and reports Recovered Error.

  • Page 115: 4.6.5.3 Flexible Disk Page

    4.6.5.3 Flexible disk page Byte 10-19 21-27 28-29 30-31 This page is supported for compatibility of device driver. Recommendation: A device driver should not be used this page, because if device driver uses of this page and it is not able to keep compatibility for logically of media (No guarantee). "Transfer Rate"...

  • Page 116: Changeable Values In Flexible Disk Page

    In case of Not Ready = the value of the maximum capacity media among the supported 10-19 21-27 28-29 30-31 4 - 48 0000h 0000h 0000h 0000h 3E80h Others or Not Ready = 200h Number of LBA for media / (40h # 20h) 512 sectors media MCE3130AP, MCE3064AP = 1194h MCF3064AP = 1000h C156-E142-02EN...

  • Page 117: 4.6.5.4 Caching Page

    4.6.5.4 Caching page Byte 3-11 When the WCE (Write Cache Enable) bit is 0, the write cache function for the WRITE (10), WRITE (12), or WRITE AND VERIFY command is disabled. When the bit of WCE is 1, the write cache function is enabled. When the RCD (Read Cache Disable) bit is 0, the read ahead cache function for the READ (10) or READ (12) command is enabled.

  • Page 118: 4.6.5.5 Removable Block Access Capabilities Page

    4.6.5.5 Removable block access capabilities page Table 4.63 Removable block access capabilities page Byte SFLP SRFP 4-11 The SFLP (System Floppy Type) bit indicates the system floppy disk device. The SRFP (Supports Reporting progress of Format) bit indicates that the format progress is reported with the REQUEST SENSE command when the IMMED bit is set and the FORMAT UNIT command is issued.

  • Page 119: 4.6.5.6 Timer & Protect Page

    4.6.5.6 Timer & protect page Byte Reserved Inactivity Time Multiplier indicates the minimum time from the end of an access command until the ODD enters standby mode. Table 4.66 lists the relationship between the specified value and time. When a value of X'1' to X'9' is specified, the command assumes X'A' and responds with Recovered Error.

  • Page 120: Changeable Values For The Timer & Protect Page

    When the DISP (Disable Media Access until Power cycle) bit is 1, the ODD responds with Not Ready for any command from the host until power-off or hardware reset. The ODD doesn't support DISP function. When the SWPP (Software Write Protect until Power-down) is 1, media is write-protected. The ODD doesn't support SWPP function.

  • Page 121: Mode Sense Command

    4.6.6 MODE SENSE command Table 4.70 MODE SENSE command Byte Logical Unit Number 9-11 The MODE SENSE command transfers the mode parameter list to the host. The mode parameter list is shown in Table 4.71. PC (Page Control) specifies the type of the page descriptor to be sent. Bit 7 Page Code specifies the page descriptor to be transferred.

  • Page 122

    The mode parameter list consists of a mode parameter header and page descriptor(s). The mode parameter header is shown in Table 4.73. Table 4.73 Mode parameter header Byte Medium Type Code returns the following values: X'03' for normal FRAM (MO) media X'07' for overwrite FRAM media X'01' for FROM media X'05' for PROM media...

  • Page 123: Prevent/allow Medium Removal Command

    4.6.7 PREVENT/ALLOW MEDIUM REMOVAL command Table 4.75 PREVENT/ALLOW MEDIUM REMOVAL command Byte Logical Unit Number 5-11 The PREVENT/ALLOW MEDIUM REMOVAL command allows or inhibits media ejection on the device. A value of 0 in the Prevent bit allows ejection and a value of 1 disables ejection. The power-on default value is Enabled.

  • Page 124: Read (10) Command

    4.6.8 READ (10) command Byte Logical Unit Number 9-11 The READ (10) command reads data for the specified number of blocks from the specified logical block address and transfers it. Logical Block Address specifies the head logical block address used to start reading. Transfer Length specifies the number of blocks to be read and transferred.

  • Page 125: Read Capacity Command

    When Transfer Length is 0, the command does not carry out data transfer. It simply ends normally without reading any data. It is recommended that the READ (10) command is used because there is ATAPI device which does not support the READ (12) command. 4.6.10 READ CAPACITY command Table 4.79 READ CAPACITY command...

  • Page 126: Read Format Capacities Command

    Table 4.82 READ CAPACITY data (PMI = 1, PROM media) Byte 4.6.11 READ FORMAT CAPACITIES command Table 4.83 READ FORMAT CAPACITIES command Byte Logical Unit Number 9-11 The READ FORMAT CAPACITIES command transfers data on the capacity of media currently loaded to the host.

  • Page 127: Read Defect Data Command

    Capacity List Length indicates the length of the capacity descriptor in bytes. Table 4.86 Current/Maximum capacity descriptor Byte Number of Blocks indicates the number of addressable blocks. Descriptor Code indicates the type of descriptor to be reported to the host. Block Length indicates the length of the block in bytes.

  • Page 128: Defect List Formats

    The READ DEFECT DATA command transfers media defect data to the host. When Plist is 1, the command transfers header and PDL. When Glist is 1, this command transfers header and SDL. When both Plist and Glist are 0, it transfers the header. When both Plist and Glist are 1, the command transfers PDL and SDL.

  • Page 129: Read Long Command

    4.6.13 READ LONG command Table 4.92 READ LONG command Byte Logical Unit Number 9-11 The READ LONG command reads data in the data, CRC, and ECC sections from the specified logical block address. The transfer byte length must be a multiple of 600 (X'258') bytes for 512 byte media and a multiple of 2380 (X'94C') bytes for 2048 byte media.

  • Page 130: Request Sense Command

    4.6.15 REQUEST SENSE command Table 4.94 REQUEST SENSE command Byte Logical Unit Number 5-11 The REQUEST SENSE command transfers sense data to the host. Sense data indicates detailed error information on the command whose error was reported previously. If no error command was reported, SENSE KEY indicates NO SENSE.

  • Page 131: Error Code

    When the Valid bit is 1, the information field (bytes 3 to 6) is effective. Error Code indicates the sense data format and type. See Table 4.96. Error Code X'70' (Current error) X'71' (Deferred error) Sense Key outlines the error. The definition of Sense Key is listed in Table 4.97. Sense Key Abbreviation NO SENSE...

  • Page 132: Logical Block Address Format

    The information indicates LBA of an error block. If an error occurs in multiple blocks, the LBA of the first block is indicated. Command-Specific Information indicates the logical track address of the block indicated in Information (or logical block address). The track address format is shown in Table 4.98. Table 4.98 Logical block address format Byte Additional Sense Code (ASC)/Additional Sense Code Qualifier (ASCQ) indicates detailed error...

  • Page 133

    Table 4.99 ASC/ASCQ list (2/2) Sense ASCQ DEFECT LIST NOT FOUND INVALID COMMAND OPERATION CODE LOGICAL BLOCK ADDRESS OUT RANGE INVALID FIELD IN COMMAND PACKET LOGICAL UNIT NOT SUPPORTED INVALID FIELD IN PARAMETER LIST WRITE PROTECTED NOT READY TO READY TRANSITION, MEDIUM MAY HAVE CHANGED POWER ON, RESET, DEVICE RESET OCCURRED INCOMPATIBLE MEDIUM INSTALLED...

  • Page 134: Send Diagnostic Command

    The Sense-Key Specific field format is shown in Table 4.100. Format Progress Indication Bytes is effective only when Sense key is NOT READY and the SKSV bit is 1. Otherwise, the field is set with X'00'. This field is defined for the FORMAT UNIT command having the Immed bit of 1. Table 4.100 Format Progress Indication Bytes Byte SKSV...

  • Page 135: Seek Command

    4.6.17 SEEK command Byte Logical Unit Number 6-11 The SEEK command positions the head on the track at the specified logical block address. Logical Block Address specifies the logical block address at which the head is positioned. 4.6.18 START/STOP UNIT command Table 4.103 START/STOP UNIT command Byte Logical Unit Number...

  • Page 136: Synchronize Cache Command

    Table 4.104 START/STOP/EJECT processing LoEj Start Stops disk rotation. Starts disk rotation and checks the format type of media. Ejects media if possible. Ends abnormally (ILLEGAL REQUEST). 4.6.19 SYNCHRONIZE CACHE command Table 4.105 SYNCHRONIZE CACHE command Byte Logical Unit Number 9-11 The SYNCHRONIZE CACHE command writes cache memory data not written yet in the data buffer to media.

  • Page 137: Test Unit Ready Command

    4.6.20 TEST UNIT READY command Table 4.106 TEST UNIT READY command Byte Logical Unit Number 2-11 The TEST UNIT READY command checks if the device is ready for test and reports the device status to the host. If the ODD can end normally for appropriate access commands, the command responds with the Good status.

  • Page 138: Write (10) Command

    4.6.22 WRITE (10) command Table 4.108 WRITE (10) command Byte Logical Unit Number 9-11 The WRITE (10) command receives and writes data for the specified number of blocks from the specified logical block address. Logical Block Address specifies the head logical block address used to start writing. Transfer Length specifies the number of blocks to be transferred and written.

  • Page 139: Write And Verify Command

    Transfer Length specifies the number of blocks to be transferred and written. When Transfer Length is 0, the command does not carry out data transfer. It simply ends normally without writing any data. It is recommended that the WRITE (10) command is used because there is ATAPI device which does not support the WRITE (12) command.

  • Page 140: Write Buffer Command

    If write operation to the flash ROM ends abnormally, the command responds with Check Condition. If power failure or interface cable disconnection occurs during downloading, flash ROM data may not be assured. Valid download data is Fujitsu distributed data only. 4 - 72 Operation Code (3Bh) Reserved...

  • Page 141

    Code-ID 1h-Fh Download procedure Example 1 - To transfer the download file of X'78040' bytes in size in one operation Step 1: Set X'78040' in Allocation Length, X'0' in Buffer Offset, 5 in Mode, and 0 in the TNFY bit and issue the command to transfer download file of X'78040' bytes to the device.

  • Page 142: Write Long Command

    4.6.26 WRITE LONG command Table 4.113 WRITE LONG command Byte Logical Unit Number 9-11 The WRITE LONG command writes data in the data, CRC, and ECC sections to the specified logical block address. The transfer byte length must be a multiple of 600 (X'258') bytes for 512 byte media and a multiple of 2380 (X'94C') bytes for 2048 byte media.

  • Page 143: Timing

    Timing 4.7.1 Register/PIO data transfer timing DA(2:0) CS0-/CS1- DIOR-/DIOW- WRITE DD(15:0) READ DD(15:0) IOCS16- IORDY Figure 4.2 Register/PIO data transfer C156-E142-02EN 4 - 75...

  • Page 144: Register/pio Data Transfer Timing Parameters

    Table 4.114 Register/PIO data transfer timing parameters Symbol Timing parameter Cycle time Address valid to DIOR-/DIOW- setup DIOR-/DIOW- pulse width DIOR-/DIOW- recovery time DIOW- data setup DIOW- data hold DIOR- data setup DIOR- data hold DIOR- data tristate From address decided to IOCS16 asserted From address decided to IOCS16 released DIOR-DIOW- to address valid hold IORDY setup time...

  • Page 145: Multiword Dma Data Transfer Timing

    4.7.2 Multiword DMA data transfer timing CS0-/CS1- DMARQ DMACK- DIOR/DIOW- READ DD(15:0) WRITE DD(15:0) Figure 4.3 Multiword DMA data transfer C156-E142-02EN 4 - 77...

  • Page 146: Multiword Dma Data Transfer Timing Parameters

    Table 4.115 Multiword DMA data transfer timing parameters Symbol Timing parameter Cycle time DIOR-/DIOW- pulse width DIOR- data access time DIOR- data hold time DIOR-/DIOW- data setup time DIOW- data hold time DMACK- to DIOR/DIOW- setup time DIOR-/DIOW to DMACK- hold time DIOR-/DIOW negated pulse width time DIOR-/DIOW to DMARQ- delay time CS (1:0) to DIOR /DIOW valid time...

  • Page 147: Power-on And Reset Timing

    4.7.3 Power-on and Reset Timing RESET- Device 0 BSY Device 0 DRDY Device 0 PDIAG-out Device 0 DASP-out Device 0 DASP-in Device 0 PDIAG-in Device 1 BSY Device 1 DRDY Device 1 DASP-out Device 1 PDIAG-out Device 0 sets the BSY bit to 0 when device 1 is not connected. Device 0 uses DASP- to indicate that it is in operation when device 1 is not connected.

  • Page 148: Power-on And Reset Timing

    Table 4.116 Power-on and reset timing Symbol Timing parameter RESET- pulse width Device 0 RESET- negation to BSY bit set to one, release PDIAG - Device 0 release DASP- Device 0 sample of DASP- Device 0 sample of PDIAG- Device 1 RESET- negation to BSY bit set to one Device 1 assert DASP- Device 1 negate PDIAG - if asserted Device 1 assert PDIAG-...

  • Page 149: Chapter 5 Operation And Cleaning

    CHAPTER 5 OPERATION AND CLEANING This chapter describes how to operate and clean the drive and the optical disk cartridges. Operating Optical Disk Drive The drive has an automatic load function. All the operator must do is to insert the optical disk cartridge and operate the eject button.

  • Page 150: Note

    1) Disk insertion slot Use this slot to insert and eject the optical disk cartridge. 2) Eject button & BUSY LED (display lamp) On this optical disk drive, this is the push button combining the eject button with the BUSY LED (display lamp) for ejecting the optical disk cartridge (it lights in green during seeking and during erasing, writing or reading of data).

  • Page 151

    Notes The cartridge must be completely inserted until the BUSY LED indicator lamp is lit. If the cartridge is inserted by pushing either left or right side of the cartridge rear, it may not be inserted completely. Be sure to push the central part straight into the drive until it is completely inserted.

  • Page 152: Ejecting (removing) Cartridge

    Inserting direction Shutter 5.1.4 Ejecting (removing) cartridge Remove the cartridge as explained below. When the drive power is on: 1) The cartridge can be removed by pressing the eject button. Notes: If the command prevents ejection, the cartridge cannot be removed. Remove the cartridge when completely ejected.

  • Page 153: Removing Cartridge

    The optical disk drive unit should not be carried around with a cartridge loaded inside. Push the eject button Figure 5.3 Removing cartridge C156-E142-02EN 5 - 5...

  • Page 154: Cleaning Drive

    Cleaning Drive When a dust or smoke of cigarette is stained to the lens actuator, a performance of whole drive may be down. Clean the lens actuator periodically using following head cleaner. Note: Cleaning period differs depending on the installation condition. Usually, cleaning period is once a three months.

  • Page 155: Optical Disk Cartridge Operation

    Optical Disk Cartridge Operation 5.3.1 Optical disk cartridge Figure 5.4 shows the optical disk cartridge. For operation and cleaning, users should be familiar with the parts shown in the figure. See Subsection 2.3.2 for the functions of the parts. Shutter closed 2.

  • Page 156: Write Protect Tab

    5.3.2 Write protect tab Moving the write protect table determines whether to enable or disable writing of the optical disk cartridge. Use a fingernail to move the write protect tab (it must be completely moved to the end because there is play in the middle). Figure 5.5 shows the write protect tab location on the optical disk cartridge and the moving state of the write protect tab (see "write enabled"...

  • Page 157: Notes

    5.3.3 Notes To maintain the performance and reliability of the optical disk cartridge, keep the following points in mind when using, storing, or transporting the cartridge: When using the cartridge: Do not use the cartridge where exposed to direct sunlight or where the temperature changes sharply, the temperature is high, or the humidity is high.

  • Page 158: Cleaning Procedure

    Table 5.3 shows the packaged items in the cleaning kit. Table 5.3 Setting case Cleaning cloth Cleaning solution The following sub-kit is available as a set of the cleaning solution and cleaning cloth as supplement. Order No. CA90002-D901 Damage for disk medium Use the cleaning solution and cleaning cloth specified in Table 5.2.

  • Page 159: Cleaning Procedure (2)

    Damage for disk medium Clean the cartridge at clean place. Put a disposable groves at cleaning so that the fingerprint does not put on the disk media (recommendation). 1) Slide the shutter completely open. Figure 5.6 2) Set the cartridge with keeping label side down and shutter open to the shutter stopper of the setting case as shown in Figure 5.7.

  • Page 160: Cleaning Procedure (3)

    Damage for disk medium At setting the cartridge to the setting case, do not apply the heavy shock and push hardly. 3) Cover the cartridge with the setting case cover, then insert the spindle pin into the center hub of the cartridge. Revolver Setting case cover Figure 5.8...

  • Page 161: Cleaning Procedure (4)

    7) Turn the revolving knob, then wipe the disk surface. Cleaning cloth Figure 5.9 Cleaning procedure (4) 8) If the excess cleaning solution remains on the disk surface, wipe out with the cleaning cloth. C156-E142-02EN 5 - 13...

  • Page 162: Chapter 6 Diagnosis And Maintenance

    CHAPTER 6 DIAGNOSIS AND MAINTENANCE This chapter contains diagnosis and maintenance information. Diagnosis Table 6.1 shows a test executed by the diagnostic function. The drive has a self-diagnostic function. This function can check the basic operations of the drive. A test program running in the host system is required to check general operations, including operations of the interface with the host system.

  • Page 163: Initial Self-diagnosis

    6.1.1 Initial self-diagnosis When the power is turned on, the optical disk drive starts initial self-diagnosis. Basic hardware functions are tested during initial self-diagnosis. The hardware function test checks the normality of the basic controller operation. This test includes the normality check of the ROM in which microcodes are stored, microprocessor (MPU) peripheral circuit test, memory (RAM) test, and data buffer test.

  • Page 164: Maintenance Information

    Fujitsu is not responsible for data lost during maintenance or repair. See Section 5.3.3 for details on packing and handling the drive when sending it to Fujitsu. C156-E142-02EN 6 - 3...

  • Page 165: Revision Number

    (See Figure 6.2.) When a revision number is changed after shipment, Fujitsu issues "Revision Number Change Request/Notice" to indicate the new revision number. The user must update the revision label as described above when changing the revision number.

  • Page 166: Glossary

    Axial acceleration Acceleration on the recording layer along with the line perpendicular to the disk reference surface to a specified rotation speed. acceleration is detected by optical means. Axial displacement A displacement at a point on the recording layer in a direction perpendicular to the disk reference surface from its original standard position.

  • Page 167

    Sense key A 4-bit code set in sense data. This information is used to classify the type of error detected. Spindle A component of the disk drive unit that is in contact with the disk and hub. GL - 2 Status A single-byte information reported from the target to the initiator at the end of each command...

  • Page 168: Abbreviations

    Alternating Current ACKnowledge ALPG Automatic Laser Power Control Address Mark ANSI American National Standards Institute ARRE Automatic Read Reallocation Enabled Additional Sense Code ASCII American Standard Code for Information Interchange ASCQ Additional Sense Code Qualifier ATteNtion American Wire Gauge AWRE Automatic Write Reallocation Enabled Buffer Control Valid...

  • Page 169

    N.C. No Connection Optional Disk Drive Offset Detection Flag Original Equipment Manufacturer PostAmble Part Number Page Control Printed Circuit Assembly Page Control Field Parameter Code Reset Primary Defect List Phase Encoded Part Page Format Phase-Locked Loop Partial Medium Indicator Parameter Pointer Control Pulse Width Modulation Random-Access Memory RelAdr...

  • Page 170

    25.4 mm height 1 - 2 128 MB disk 2 - 12 230 MB disk 2 - 12 5 millions 1 - 3 540 MB/640 MB disk 2 - 12 Actuator 1 - 7 Adaptability 1 - 3 Addressing 1 - 10 Air flow 3 - 3 Air purity 3 - 4 Algorithms for alternate processing 2 - 13...

  • Page 171

    Features 1 - 1 Fixed optics section 1 - 7 General notes 3 - 17 Head actuator 1 - 8, 1 - 9 Head cleaner 5 - 6 High-speed data transfer 1 - 2 High-speed mean seek time 1 - 2 Hub 2 - 15 If processing terminates abnormally 3 - 22 Initial self-diagnosis 6 - 2...

  • Page 172

    Revision number 6 - 4 Revision number indication 6 - 4 Rubber vibration isolators 1 - 4 Safety standards 1 - 4 SCSI connection check 3 - 22 Sector slipping algorithm 2 - 13 Seek time 2 - 2 Seeks 1 - 7 Separate optical sections 1 - 8 Service clearance 3 - 10 Service system 6 - 3...

  • Page 173

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  • Page 174

    Thank you for your interest. Please send this sheet to one of the addresses in a left page. Is the material presented effectively? Sales Fully covered Operating What is your occupation? Very Poor Your Name & Return Address FUJITSU LIMITED Current Date Well Well Clean Illustrated Organized...

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