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The DTX2100S is SCSI hard disk drive emulator which can emulate all SCSI disk existing. If your system uses an old SCSI disk drive, you can replace it by our DTX2100S which uses two 2.5" hard disk drives either in Raid 1 to replace your SCSI. Heat and crash are real problems with SCSI disk and a lot of our client lost important data after a SCSI disk breakness. With the DTX2100S, you can replace your SCSI disk with ecactly the same features as the old disk, and your systems will not make the difference. Just you replace your SCSI and just you can be sure that your data are in safety.
Features of a DTX2100s
SCSI 68 PINS
Selectable SCSI ID from 0 to 7 (50 PINS mode)
Selectable SCSI ID from 0 to 15 (68 & 80 PINS mode)
SCSI RAID CARD compatible
Dimension 148mm x 100 mm x 38 mmA
Capacity (80Mo to 256 Go)
sequential read min: 10MB/s max: 200MB/s
sequential write min: 8MB/s max: 200MB/s
estimated write endurance: >80 years (for 10Go write/day)
estimated read endurance: unlimited
MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure): 1 000 000 hours
Scope of Application:
AMAT 150mm P5000
AMAT 200mm Endura/DxZ/Producer/HDP/DPS/MxP/CMP. AMAT
300mm CMP/ Producer SE
Nikon 200mm (Digital/HP) LAM
Mattson 200mm Steag 2800/3000
Thermawave FTT 3260/ TP500
OS Independent / Host Transparent
Ultra 160 SCSI-to-SCSI RAID 1 Controller (SE/LVD) Uses
ATA66/100/133 Hard drivers
Supports “Big Drives” technology (over 137GB HDD) Support
Supports instant rebuilding (up to 2500MB/m) RS232
NC and NO dry contact Error/Alarm interface No need to
change any system constant
Big Power Drop Margin (Up to 35%)
SCSI (Small Computer System Interface)
SCSI, which adhere to the ANSIs (American National Standards Institute) diskette interface standard, is multi-functional. Not only is it able to simultaneously store different SCSI facilities, it is able to transmit at a higher speed. This enables the SCSI HDD Interface to operate as a server or function as the main storage facility for high maintenance jobs: the PC mainly adopts the IDE interface hard disk.
RAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive Drives)
In 1998, through an article jointly published by David A. Patterson, Randy H. Katz and Garth Gibson, scholars from the University of California Berkeley Campus coined the noun “RAID” in the article, “A Case for Redundant Arrays of Inexpensive Disks”. It also established the definition of RAIDs five models: RAID Level 1-5. At the point of publication, the scholars research objective was to explore a less costly solution for the system - through the use of a hard disk with a lower capacity and lower cost to produce a larger capacity hard disk boasting of a better performance system, to replace one with a larger capacity that was costly. Data security was not the point of contention then. However, given todays usage, the price of a disk machine has dropped dramatically whilst performance function significantly improved. As the RAID HDD system is fault proof, it is able to enhance data protection. Having reconciled the disk machines, its overall performance is also optimized, thereby enabling it to become an essential equipment in an environment with the need for high performance jobs.
RAID-1 (also “Disk Mirroring”)
RAID-1, also known as “Disk Mirroring”, provides a structure with two sets of HDDs that store the same kind of
data. When one of the sets is damaged, operation under the other will continue. With the change of a new HDD,
data will be automatically uploaded through an “Auto Rebuild”. So long as the two HDDs do not malfunction
simultaneously, the system is able to function normally
1. Stop running the machine and remove original HDD: requires assistance of user to turn off power of machine and remove original hard disk.
2. To administer synching hard disk: copy all data from original hard disk to DTX 2100S. Depending on condition of the disk, the speed of copying is approximately 15M/s (4.5G requires approximately 5 minutes).
3. Run DTX 2100S
4. Re-start machine
Items to note:
Within the complete DTX 2100S is the SCSI terminal power, install DTX 2100S at the end of the SCSI line and activate the DTX 2100S terminal. Complement the DTX 2100S with the Fujitsu 2.5-inch HDD for optimal performance
DTX 2100S is a User Friendly SCSI storage installation. As long as the following application pointers are
adhered to, you will not need the users manual for trouble-shooting.
Post Installation Applications:
After installation, the DTX 2100S on the machine should look like the diagram above (refer to picture 4.1). It consists of
2 removable trays (a 2.5” HDD is attached to each tray).
HDD Status Indicator (A):
When DTX 2100S is connected to power, the status indicator has the following meanings:
* Green Light: HDD is functioning normally
* Green Light and Flashing Red Light: DTX 2100S is “Auto-Rebuilding” the back up of the newly stored HDD
* Red Light: HDD malfunction (Others: see para 4.4.3)
* No Light: HDD malfunction and DTX 2100S has automatically shut down power supply. 4.2.2 HDD On/Off
HDD on/off function can be moved up and down:
* When On/Off switch is in the Top Position: indicates HDD is OFF-line. At this time, the HDD lever may remove tray from DTX 2100S
* When On/Off switch is in Lower Position: indicates HDD is ON-line. During this time, the HDD lever may not remove tray from DTX 2100S
Hard Disk Lever (C):
When the HDD on/off switch is below, it means the lever may be jammed as a result of the on/off switch. Under
such circumstances, avoid using force on lever.
Things to Note when Re-starting Machine:
Under the following circumstances, use single HDD to drive the machine. Insert the second HDD only after the machine is running smoothly:
* When machine is running for the first time
* Having taken one or all of the HDDs before running the machine.
* HDD Trouble Shoot
There is no need to install an ID in the DTX 2100S. Only when there is uncertainty as to which HDD is the correct and complete one, do you use single HDD to run the machine to prevent loss of data.
Things to Note During “HOT SWAPPING”:
The DTX 2100S provides a convenient means of “Hot Swapping”, and is basically able to perform such a
function any time. However, it is strongly recommended to wait till the machine is in an “Idle” mode (no wafer
processing)before hot swapping.
Hot Swapping Faulty HDD:
During HDD malfunction, the orange indicator may have changed to red or be off, when this occurs, please remove the HDD directly.
Hot Swapping Back Up For HDD:
The main objective of hot swapping is to provide back up for the HDD. It is preferable to wait till the machine has moved into the “Idle” mode before performing a hot swap. This is because when the machine is busy, data in the system may be over-written any time.
Things to Note During Hot Swapping:
Use the HDD on/off function to turn off before removing the HDD. Note: if the lever is opened when HDD is in use, light on the indicator will turn from orange to red within 1-3 seconds. Wait till the red light has gone out before removing the HDD. If you remove it too early, it will not completely sync the last set of data stored in the HDD.
When Not to Remove the HDD:
* When a single HDD is left, do not remove it!
* After inserting a new HDD, before completion of auto rebuild and when the light on the indicator turns red, do not remove!
When Inserting the HDD:
After the HDD has been inserted, moving the on/off switch enable DTX 2100S to automatically administer the entire Auto Rebuild. Please wait till the machine has paused before you administer these steps. After inserting the disk, plug off the on/off switch.votre texte ici