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Specifications



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Micropolis  4110A Specifications
Model Capacity Size Height Bus Type Int.Type
Micropolis 4110A 1057MB 3.5" SL ATA2 Fast

Size 3 1/2" 
Interface  AT/IDE
Encoding Method  
Formatted Capacity 1057 MB
Disks  5
Heads  9
Cylinders 2415
Sectors Variable
Buffer Size N/A
Average Seek 8.5 msec
Single Track  
Rotation Speed/Avg. Latency 5400 rpm +/- 0.5%
Transfer Rate to / from. media 10 Mbytes/sec  Synchronous
Transfer Rate to / from buffer  
Tracks Per Inch (TPI)  
Bits Per Inch (BPI)   
Dimensions 5.75"D x 4.0"W x 1.0"H
Weight 0.00 lbs.

POWER REQUIREMENTS
  +12V +/-5% +5V +/-5% Power
Spin up .6A     
Read / Write 1.5A .85A  
Typical seeking       8.25 Watts

Notes:
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ID1, ID2 Jumpers (Master / Slave Selection)
    The interface allows up to two drives (a Master and one Slave) to be 
    attached to the AT/IDE bus. The following table shows the configurations.
ID1 ID0 Description
IN IN Drive emulates *both* Master and Slave
IN OUT Drive is Master, Slave is present
OUT IN Drive Slave
OUT OUT Drive is Master (DEFAULT)

DRIVE EMULATES BOTH MASTER AND SLAVE
    Specifies that one 4110A drive can emulate both the Master drive (Drive 0)
    and the Slave drive (Drive 1). This option allows for existing host systems 
    to utilize the full capacity of the drive.
   
    When the drive is configured as both the Master and the Slave, the reccomended
    drive type setting in the computer's CMOS memory is as follows:

    Drive0
    1024 logical cylinders,
     16 logical heads, and
     63 logical sectors.
     This setting yields 528,482,304 bytes.

     Drive1
     1024 logical cylinders,
     16 logical heads, and
      63 logical sectors.
      This setting yields 528,482,304 bytes.
    
    When the drive is configured as a Master or as a Slave, the 
    recommended drive type parameters are as follows:
 
    Logical Cylinders:        2048       
    Logical Heads:            16      
    Logical Sectors:           63     
    Capacity (bytes):         1,056,964,608

    NOTE:  The capacity of the 4110A drive may exceed the capacity that the 
    host can access. This limitation stems from the communication link between 
    the DOS and the BIOS. A typical limit is:
   
     1024 cylinders, 16 heads, 63 sectors

    NOTE: If you have a machine with a BIOS that supports over 16 heads, you
    can set the drive to be a SLAVE or MASTER with one full partition. 
    To do this, set the drive for:

   
    Logical Cylinders:       512
    Logical Heads:            64
    Logical Sectors:          63
    Capacity (bytes):        1,056,964,608


DRIVE IS MASTER, SLAVE IS PRESENT
     Specifies the Master drive (Drive 0) when two 4110A drives are used in the 
     system. The other drive is the Slave.

DRIVE IS SLAVE
     Specifies the Slave drive (Drive 1) when two 4110A drives are used in the 
     system. The other drive is the Master.

DRIVE IS MASTER
     Specifies the Master drive (DRIVE 0) when one 4110A drive is used in a 
     system.

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