Sony TSL-S11000 user manual

User manual for the device Sony TSL-S11000

Device: Sony TSL-S11000
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Number of pages: 136
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3-868-019-01(1)
TSL-S11000
DDS Autoloader Unit
User’s Guide ––––––––––––––––––– page 2
Mode d’emploi –––––––––––––––– page 35
Bedienungsanleitung –––––––– Seite 68
Guía del usario –––––––––––––––– página 101
©1999 Sony Corporation

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Safety Regulations Owner’s Record The model and serial numbers are located on the rear. Record the serial number in the space provided below. Refer to them whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product. Model No. Serial No. Information WARNING To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only. For the customers in the U.S.A. You are cautioned that any change

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English Table of Contents About the DDS Autoloader Unit ....................................................... 5 Chapter 1 Features .................................................................................................... 5 Introduction Useable Cartridges ................................................................................... 5 System Components ................................................................................ 6 Part Names and Functions ....................

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How to Use this Guide This Guide describes the DDS Autoloader Unit TSL-S11000, and how to take care of it. Please read it carefully before using the unit, and keep it handy for future reference. The Guide consists of four parts, plus the specifications. Refer to the parts that relate to your use of the unit. Chapter 1 describes the features of the unit, its system components, and the name and function of each part. Chapter 2 describes the necessary connections between the unit and the host comp

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Chapter 1 Introduction About the DDS Autoloader Unit The TSL-S11000 is a DDS autoloader unit containing a built-in DDS drive unit SDT-11000. The magazine provided with the unit accommodates eight data cartridges, and data cartridges set into the magazine are automatically loaded into the SDT-11000. (Either 1 or 7 cartridges can be used in the unit at one time.) The built-in SDT-11000 supports the DDS, DDS-2, DDS-3 and DDS-4 data formats. Features The DDS Autoloader Unit TSL-S11000 has the follow

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System Components The TSL-S11000 connects to the host computer via a Wide SCSI interface. Host Computer SCSI terminator TSL-S11000 (this device) Peripheral devices Example of System Components Note In order to use the device as a LVD device, please use terminators that support LVD. Also, please make sure that all the devices attached to the SCSI bus support LVD. If these requirements are not met, the device will function as a SE device. 6 Chapter 1 Introduction

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Part Names and Functions Front Panel 12 3 SELECT POWER BUSY EJECT ENTER TAPE 4 96 8 7 5 Front panel 1 POWER Indicator Lights while the autoloader is on. 2 POWER Switch Press to turn the autoloader on or off. 3 Magazine receptacle Insert a magazine here. See page 26 and 28 for information on inserting and removing a magazine. See page 21 for information on inserting data cartridges. 4 EJECT Button Press this button to remove a magazine from the machine. It is also used for menu operations on the

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7 Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) Displays the machine’s status. The orientation of the display can be changed to match the direction of viewing as described on page 19. Horizontal Display Vertical Display a a b c g f d d c b e f e g Liquid Crystal Display a Message Area Indicates the machine’s operating status. Warning or error messages may be displayed here depending on the operating state. The language of the messages may be selected from English, French, German and Spanish as described on pa

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f Tape Position Indicator Indicates the winding position of the tape in the cartridge loaded in the DDS drive. ppppppp Positioned near the beginning of the tape. pppp¹¹¹ Positioned near the middle of the tape. ¹¹¹¹¹¹¹ Positioned near the end of the tape. Tape winding position indicated by the Tape Position Indicator g Cartridge Indicator This indicator appears when a cartridge is loaded in the internal DDS drive, and indicates the tape’s load status: when the tape is being loaded or unloaded fro

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Rear Panel 1 5 432 Rear panel 1 Rotary Selector Switch SCSI ID selector (page 14). 2 Cooling Fan 3 AC IN Connector Connect the power cable here. 4 GND (Ground) Terminal Connect the ground terminals of other devices to the autoloader’s frame ground. 5 SCSI Connector Connects to the SCSI bus connector of the host computer or another SCSI peripheral. 10 Chapter 1 Introduction

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Magazine 2 1 Magazine 1 Stopper Prevents loaded cartridges from slipping out of the magazine. See page 21 and 23 for information on loading and removing cartridges. 2 Write protect tab Used to inhibit writes to data cartridges. Sliding this tab to the right write-protects all data cartridges, whether or not write protection is set on the individual data cartridges. Caution: The write protection status is determined by checking for the reflective plate on the weite protect tab. In order to ensure

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Chapter 2 Preparation After you confirm that you have all of the required accessories for your installation, connect the autoloader to the host computer (page 13), and select the SCSI ID with the rotary switch on the rear panel (page 14). Supplied Items When you first open the box, make sure it contains the following items. Contact your supplier if anything is missing or broken. • DDS Autoloader Unit • Magazine • Power Cable • This Guide 12 Chapter 2 Preparation

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Interconnections The SCSI bus allows connection of up to seven peripherals to the host computer. Use a SCSI cable with a High-Density 68 pin connector. Precautions: • Switch off the host computer and peripherals before connecting the SCSI cable. • Make sure the SCSI connectors are pressed tightly together. • If this unit is the last (or only) device on the SCSI bus, make sure to connect a SCSI bus terminator to the open connector. • The TSL-S11000 supports both single-ended and low voltage diffe

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SCSI ID Setting The SCSI ID is set by the rotary switch on the rear panel. Press the + or - buttons to move the number up or down, respectively. As shipped from the factory, the SCSI ID is set to 0. Press the switch buttons, if necessary, to select the SCSI ID number you require. Precautions: • The SCSI ID must be different from IDs of the other peripherals on the SCSI bus. • As shipped from the factory, SCSI parity is enabled and Term power is ON. • Before changing the SCSI ID setting, be sure

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Option Switches (DIP Switch) 1. Reserved (OFF) 2. Reserved (OFF) 3. Reserved (OFF) 4. Reserved (OFF) 5. Terminator Power (ON) 6. Reserved (OFF) 7. DC Control-1 (ON) 8. DC Control-2 (OFF) ( ) . . . default setting Terminator Power Definition OFF No provided ON Provided DC Control-1 DC Control-2 Definition OFF OFF Compression disabled at power-on. The host is allowed to control compression. OFF ON Compression disabled at power-on. The host is not allowed to control compression. ON OFF Compressio

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Chapter 3 Operation This section describes users of the LCD (display), and procedures for loading cartridges in the magazine, using the drive unit, and handing magazines and cartridges. Menu Settings and Checks Certain machine settings can be made and viewed from the LCD Menu screen, including model and firmware version display and the current SCSI ID setting of the machine. The Menu screen is controlled by the following procedure. Note: The magazine should be removed before switching display to

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Version Display When Version is selected in the Menu screen, the following screen appears, where you can confirm the autoloader model, SCSI ID, firmware version and serial number. TSL-11000 Model Name of this Machine SCSI ID # 5 SCSI ID Number Ver. 0000 Firmware Version S/NLXXXXXXXX Loader Serial Number S/NDXXXXXXXX Embedded Drive Serial Number Version Screen 1 Note the displayed information. 2 Press the EJECT button. The display returns to the Menu screen. Auto Load Selection When Auto Load is

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Unload Selection When Unload is selected in in the Menu screen, the following screen appears. From this screen you can select what happens when the last cartridge finishes processing: that is, whether it is simply unloaded from the DDS drive, or if the first cartridge is subsequently reloaded and processing continued automatically (in a continuous loop). Unload Contiunuous z OFF ON Unload Selection Screen 1 Press the SELECT button, if necessary, to move the cursor (z) to the desired setting. Whe

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Orientation Setting When Orientation is selected in the Menu screen, the following screen appears, where you can select the orientation of the display to match your viewing angle. Orientation z Horizontal R-side down L-side down Orientation Screen 1 Press the SELECT button, as necessary, to move the cursor (z) to the desired setting. The orientation of the displayed characters corresponds with the current selection. You can press the EJECT button to cancel any change to the selection and return

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Language Selection Note To change the language setting, remove the magazine from the unit. The language setting cannot be changed while the magazine is inserted. When Language is selected in the Menu screen, the following screen appears, where you can select the language of the displayed messages. Language z English French German Spanish Language Screen 1 Press the SELECT button, as necessary, to move the cursor (z) to the desired setting. You can press the EJECT button to cancel any change to t


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