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TMIOO-l, TMIOO-2
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FLEXIBLE DISK DRIVES
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATION AND USER'S MANUAL
P/N 179024-001
Notice 1
June 15, 1982
OEM OPERATING AND SERVICE MANuAL
TM100-3, -3M, -4, AND -4M DISK DRIVES
96/100 TRACKS PER INCH
TO ALL HOLDERS OF P/N 179024-001:
1. Page 2-13, Sections 2.6 through 2.6.1.11, has been revised and
supersedes the one in the manual.
2. Page 2-14, Sections 2.6.2 through 2.6.2.7, has been added to the
manual.
3. Retain this notice and insert it before the table of contents.
4. Holders of P/N 179024-001 are requested to verifY that the page
changes and additions indicated herein have been entered.
This issuance is a separate pUblication. Each notice is to be
retained until the OEM and service manual is completely
revised.
Preparing Group:
Product Support, Tandon Corporation
TMIOO-l, TMIOO-2
5-l/4-INCH FLEXIBLE DISK DRIVES
48 TRACKS PER INCH
PRODUCT SPECIFICATION AND USER'S MANUAL
, anCliiil CORPORATION
20320 PRAIRIE STREET
CHATSWORTH, CALIFORNIA 91311
COPYRIGHT 1984 TANDON CORPORATION
Section
Number
SECTION 1
Title
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
CONTENTS
Page
Number
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
SECTION 2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
SECTION 3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Scope Of The Document........................................................ 1-1
Purpose Of The Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Major Features................................................................. 1-1
Write Protect. . . . . .. . . . . . . . .. . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Daisy Chain Capability....................................................... 1-1
Internal Trim Erase.......................................................... 1-1
Industry Standard Interface Compatibility................................... 1-1
Track aSwitch............................................................... 1-2
Index Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Activity Indicator. . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Fwictional Description. . . . . . . .. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . 1-2
Physical Description 1-2
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Introduction .'. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Mechanical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Electrical and Operational Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Reliability Specifications....................................... .. 2-1
Environmental Specifications 2-1
OPERATION
Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Unpacking The Drive. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Preinstallation Checkout 3-1
Mounting The Drive 3-1
Dust Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
Cooling : ;....................................... 3-2
Interface Connections 3-2
Input Control Lines 3-2
Output Control Lines. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
Typical Interface Characteristics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
D. C. Power. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
Drive Address and Option Patching. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
DSa Through DS3 Jumpers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
MX Jumper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7
HS and HM Jumpers 3-7
Power Save Option . . . . . . . . . . 3-7
Side Select (WI) 3-7
Write Flip-Flop Control (W2, W3) 3-7
Write Protect Control (W4, W5) 3-7
Activity L.E.D. Control (W6, W7, W9) 3-7
Drive Select 3 Enable (W8) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9
Door Lock Solenoid (WID) 3-9
Diskettes. . . . . . . . . . . .. .. . . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . .. . . .. . . . . . . . .. 3-9
Loading The Diskette 3-9
Write Protect Tab............................................................ 3-9
Diskette Handling and Storage. . .. . .. .. .. . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . . . . . .. . . . .. . . . . 3-9
ILLUSTRATIONS
FIGURES
Figure
Number
1-1
2-1
3-1
3-2
3-3
3-4
3-5
3-6
Title
Disk Drive .
Disk Drive Outline Drawing .
Electrical Interface Characteristics .
Control and Data Timing Requirements .
Logic Board With Programmable Shunts and Option Patching Locations .
Recording Media .
Write Protect Tab .
Diskette Handling and Storage .
TABLES
Page
Number
1-3
2-2
3-5
3-6
3-8
3-10
3-11
3-12
Table
Number
2-1
2-2
2-3
3-1
3-2
Page
Title Number
Electrical and Operational Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3
Reliability Specifications......................... 2-4
Environmental Specifications 2-5
Drive Interface Lines and Pin Assignments. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
D. C. Power Connector Pin Assignments 3-5
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SECTION 1
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
INTRODUCTION
This document provides required information in
order to evaluate and incorporate Tandon'l:? disk
drive into a system.
Tandon Corporation's Model Number TMI00-l
and TMI00-2 are full-feature, 5-1/4-inch, flexi-
ble disk drives. They are 'compact data storage
devices that use an ANSI-compatible, industry
standard, 5-1/4-inch diskette.
Model Number TMIOO-l and TMIOO-2 drives
each have forty-eight (48) tracks per inch. The
TMI00-l is a recording deyice. The
TMI00-2 is a double-'sided recording device.
Both drives are capable of reading and writing
in single-density format on a diskette, using a
proprietary read/write head patented by
Tandon. The drives have a double density capa-
bility when Modified Frequency Modulation
(MFM) or other appropriate recording technique
is used. Encoding and decoding of the data is
done by the user's controller.
1.1 SCOPE OF THE
DOCUMENT
This document contains the major features,
physical and functional specifications, mounting
and power requirements, the interface, and typi-
cal timing characteristics of the TM100-1 and
TMIOO-2 drives.
1.2 PURPOSE OF THE DRIVE
The TMI00-l and TMI00-2 drives are rotating
disk memories designed for random access data
1-1
entry, storage, and retrieval applications.
Typical applications include intelligent terminal
controllers, microcomputers, word processing
systems, data communication systems, error
logging, program loading, and point-of-sale
terminals.
1.3 MAJOR FEATURES
WRITE PROTECT
When a write protected diskette is inserted into
the drive, the write electronics are disabled.
DAISY CHAIN CAPABILITY
The drive provides the address selection and
gating functions necessary to daisy chain a
maximum of four units at the user's option. The
last drive on the daisy chain terminates the
interface. The terminations are accomplished by
a resistor array plugged into a DIP socket.
INTERNAL TRIM ERASE
The drive provides the control signals necessary
for proper trim erasure of data.
INDUSTRY STANDARD INTERFACE
COMPATIBILITY
The drive is compatible with controllers that use
an industry standard interface.
TRACK 0 SWITCH
The Track 0 switch is provided to generate a
logic level at the drive interface, indicating the
read/write head is positioned at the outermost
track.
INDEX SENSOR
An index sensor is provided to generate
electrical pulses at the drive interface
coincident with sensing Index/Sector holes on
the diskette.
ACTIVITY INDICATOR
An activity indicator, located on the front panel,
is automatically illuminated when the drive is
selected.
1.4 FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
The drives are fully self-contained, and require
no operator intervention during normal
operation. Each drive consists of electronics to
generate and interpret control signals, a head
positioning system, a read/write system, and a
spindle dri ve system.
When the front latch is opened, access is
p r o v ~ for insertion of a diskette. The diskette
is held in place by plastic guide rails. Its location
is ensured when the diskette is inserted until a
back stop is encountered.
Closing the front latch activates the cone
clamping mechanism, resulting in accurate
centering and clamping of the diskette. The
drive hub is held at a constant speed of 300 RPM
by a servo-controlled D. C. motor. The heads
remain in contact with the recording media
until the front latch is opened.
The heads are positioned over the desired track
by means of a four-phase stepper motor/band
1-2
assembly and its associated electronics. This
positioner uses a one-step rotation to cause a one
track linear movement.
Data recovery electronics include a low-level
read amplifier, differentiator, zero crossover
detector, and digitizing circuits. No data
decoding capabilities are provided.
The drive has the following sensors:
1. A Track 0 switch detects when the
head/carriage assembly is positioned at
Track o.
2. An index/sensor is positioned to generate
a digital signal when an index/sensor
hole on the diskette is detected.
3. A write protect switch disables the write
electronics when a write protect tab is
applied to the diskette.
1.5 PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION
A representative drive is shown in Figure I-I.
The drive can be mounted in a vertical or
horizontal plane. However, the logic circuit
board must be on the uppermost side when the
drive is mounted horizontally.
The spindle is belt' driven by a D. C. motor with
an integral tachometer. The servo control
circuit and tachometer control the speed of the
spindle.
The read/write head assembly is positioned by a
split band positioner mounted to a stepper
motor. The read/write head(s) is a glass-bonded,
ferrite/ceramic 'structure with a life expectancy
of 20,000 operating hours.
The electronic components of the drive are
mounted on two printed circuit boards. The logic
circuit board is mounted above the chassis. The
spindle motor control circuit board is mounted
at the rear of the chassis. Power and interface
signals are routed through connectors plugged
directly into the logic circuit board.
FRONT PANEL
FRONT LATCH
ACTIVITY INDICATOR
LOGIC CIRCUIT BOARD
CONE ASSEMBLY
FIGURE 1-1
DISK DRIVE
D.C. DRIVE MOTOR
READ/WRITE HEAD
ASSEMBLY
RESISTOR ARRAY
STEPPER MOTOR
DRIVE CHASSIS
SPINDLE ASSEMBLY
SECTION 2
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
INTRODUCTION
This section contains the mechanical, electrical reliability, and environmental specifications for the
TM100-1 and TMIOO-2 drives.
2.1 MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS
The physical dimensions of the dri ve are located in Figure 2-1.
2.2 ELECTR,JCAL AND OPERATIONAL SPECIFICATIONS
The electrical and operational specifications are located in Table 2-1.
2.3 RELIABILITY SPECIFICATIONS
The reliability specifications are located in Table 2-2.
2.4 ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS
The environmental specifications are located in Table 2-3.
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2. TOLERANCE ON ALL DIMENSIONS 0.020 INCH, UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
3. WEIGHT IS APPROXIMATELY 3 POUNDS (1.35 KILOGRAMS).
FIGURE 2-1
DISK DRIVE OUTLINE DRAWING
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Media
TABLE 2-1
ELECTRICAL AND OPERATIONAL SPECIFICATIONS
ANSI-compatible, 5-1/4-inch diskette
Media Life (for reference only)
Tracks Per Inch
Tracks Per Drive
TMIOO-l
TMIOO-2
Track Spacing
Head Life
Disk Rotational Speed
v e r g ~ Rotational Latency
Instantaneous Speed Variation (ISV)
Motor Start Time
Motor Stop Time
Seek Time, track-to-track
Head Settling Time
Average Track Access Time,
including head settling time
Typical Recording Modes
Data Transfer Rate
Fl ux Reversals Per Inch (FRPD,
inside track
Both Models, Side 0
TMIOO-2, Side 1
6
4 x 10 passes per track
48 TPI, both drives
40 tracks
80 tracks
0.529 millimeters, 20.8 milinches
20,000 media contact hours
300 RPM 1.5 percent
100 milliseconds
3 percent
250 milliseconds, maximum
150 milliseconds, maximum
5 milliseconds
15 milliseconds
75 milliseconds
FM, MFM, MMFM
250,000 bits per second, double density
5,535 FRPI
5,877 FRPI
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ELECTRICAL AND OPERATIONAL SPECIFICATIONS
Unformatted Recording Capacity
TM100-1
TM100-2
D. C. Voltage and Current
Requirements
+12 volts D. C. Power
+5 volts D. C. Power
Shipment
250 kilobytes per disk
500 kilobytes per disk
+12 volts 0.6 volt, 900 milliamperes,
average, 100 milli volts peak-to-peak
ripple.
~ 5 volts' 0.25 volt, 600 milliamperes,
average, with less than 100 millivolts
peak-to-peak ripple.
When prepared for shipment by Tandon,
the drive meets the requirements of
NSTA preshipment test procedure Project
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TABLE 2-2
RELIABILITY SPECIFICATIONS
Error Rates, maximum, exclusive of
external sources, e.g.: electronics,
defective and contaminated diskettes
Soft Errors (Recoverable)
Hard Errors (Nonrecoverable)
Seek Errors
Mean Time Between Failures
Mean Time To Repair
One in 10
9
bits
One in 10
12
bits
One in 10
6
seeks
8,000 hours, 25 percent duty cycle
30 minutes
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ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS
Temperature
Operating, media dependent
Nonoperating
Relative Humidity
Operating, noncondensing,
media dependent
Nonoperating, noncolldensing
Altitude
Operating or nonoperating
10C to 46C, 50F to 115F
-40C to 71c, -40F to 160F
20-to-80 percent
5-to-95 percent
152.4 meters, 500 feet, below sea level, to
15,240 meters, 50,000 feet, above sea level
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96/100 TPI
TRACK 00 SENSOR CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT
The Track 00 sensor provides a signal that identifies Track 00 to the
logic electronics. The logic electronics disable the step-out
function when Track 00 is reached. In addition, a Track 00 signal is
sent to the controller on Pin 26 of the interface.
2.6.1.
2.6.1.1
2.6.1.2
2.6.1.4
2.6.1.6
2.6.1.7
2.6.1.8
2.6.1.11
2.6.1.12
2.6.1.13
2.6.1.14
Track 00 Sensor Check
Set up a dual-channel, wideband oscilloscope as follows:
Channel A, Test Point 1; Channel B, Test Point 2
Ground: Test Point 10
Read Differentially: A plus B, B inverted
Time Base: 20 milliseconds per division
External Trigger: ~ t Point 7, positive edge
Vertical Display: 0.1 volt per division
Apply power to the drive'.
Insert a Cats Eye alignment diskette into the drive.
Close the front door.
Step the carriage to the radial alignment track.
0
Confirm the position by observing the' Cats Eye pattern.
Set up the oscilloscope to monitor the TTL signal at IC4B,
Pin 9, or at P11, Pin 2.
Step the carriage back to Track 01.
Ensure that the signal at Track 01 is at least 2.5 volts.
Step the carriage out to the radial alignment track.
Step the carriage back to Track 02.
Verify that the logic level at IC4B, Pin 9, is less than
0.8 volt.
If all of the above checks are satisfactory, no adjustment
is required.
If one of the above checks is unsatisfactory, perform the
Track 00 adjustment procedure.
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2.6.2
2.6.2.1
2.6.2.2
2.6.2.3
96/100 TPI
Track 00 Sensor Adjustment Procedure
Loosen the retaining screw on the base of the Track 00
bracket.
Retighten the retaining screw slightly to provide some
friction on the bracket.
Rotate the Track 00 adjustment screw, located at the rear
of the chassis, counterclockwise as far as it will go
without forcing it.
2.6.2.4 Step the
alignment
Track 00.
carriage back
track, taking
to Track
care not
01 from the radial
to restore it back to
2.6.2.5
2.6.2.6
2.6.2.7
Rotate the Track 00 adjustment screw clockwise, very
slowly, until the signal at IC4B, Pin 9, is at least 2.5
volts at Track 01 and less than 0.8 volt at Track 02.
Retighten the retaining ?crew.
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Repeat Steps 2.6.1.5 through 2.6.1.14 to ensure that the
correct setting has been attained. .
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SECTION 3
OPERATION
INTRODUCTION
3. Remove the cardboard shipping insert,
and retain for future shipment.
This section contains information on how to
unpack, check out, install, and operate the
TMIOO-l and TMIOO-2 drives.
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3.1 UNPACKING THE DRIVE
4. Ensure the front panel is secure.
5. Ensure the drive belt is in place.
6. Manually rotate the drive hub. It should
rotate freely.
7. Ensure both circuit boards are secure.
The drives are packaged in protective containers
to minimize the possibility of damage during
shipment. The following list is the recommended
procedure for unpacking the drive.
1. Place the container on a flat work
surface.
2. Remove the upper half of the container.
3. Remove the drive from the lower half of
the container.
4. Check the contents of the container
against the packing slip.
5. Investigate the contents of the container
for possible damage.
6. Notify the carrier immediately if any
damage is found.
3.2 PREINSTALLATION
CHECKOUT
Before applying power to the drive, the following
inspection should be conducted:
1. Check to ensure the front latch opens
and closes.
2. When the latch is moved to an open posi-
tion' the head arm raises.
3-1
8. Ensure the connectors are firmly seated.
3.3 MOUNTING THE DRIVE
The drive has been designed to be mounted hori-
zontally or vertically. When mounted horizon-
tally, the logic circuit board side of the drive
must be the top side.
Four 6-32 tapped mounting holes are provided
on the bottom of the drive, and two 6-32 tapped
mounting holes on each side, for attachment to
user-supplied mounting brackets. When in-
stalled in either plane, horizontal or vertical,
only.two mounting screws are required to secure-
ly hold the drive in place.
Any mounting scheme in which the drive is part
of the structural integrity of the enclosure is not
permitted. Mounting schemes should allow for
adjustable brackets or incorporate resilient
members to accommodate tolerances. In addi-
tion, it is recommended that mounting schemes
include no more than two mounting surfaces.
The drive is manufactured and tested with some
critical internal alignments that must be
maintained. Hence, it is important that the
mounting hardware not introduce significant
stress on the chassis.
DUST COVER
The design of an enclosure should incorporate a
means to prevent contamination from loose
items, e.g., dust, lint, and paper chad, since the
drive does not have a dust cover.
COOLING
Heat dissipation from a single drive is normally
15 watts, 51 BTU per hour, under high load con-
ditions. When the drive is mounted so the compo-
nents have access to a free flow of air, normal
convection cooling allows operation wi thin the
specified temperature range.
When the drive is mounted in a confined envi-
ronment, air flow must be provided to maintain
specified air temperatures in the vicinity of the
motors, printed circuit board, and diskettes.
When forced air is used, air flow must be direct-
ed outward from the drive. Do not intake air
through the drive or heads and diskettes.
3.4 INTERFACE CONNECTIONS
Interface connections for the TMI00-l and
TMI00-2 are made via a user-supplied, thirty-
four pin, flat ribbon connector, 3M Part Number
3463-0001 or Amp Part Number 583717-5, using
contact Part Number 1-583616-1 for twisted
pair or its equivalent. This connector mates
directly with the circuit board connector at the
rear of the drive. The D. C. power connector is a
four-pin connector at the rear of the drive. The
interface description of the connectors, and the
location of each one, is contained in this section.
Interface lines are located in Table 3-1. D. C.
power connector pin assignments are located in
Table 3-2.
The signal wire harness should be of the flat
ribbon or twisted pair type, 26-to-28 gauge
conductor, compatible with the connector to be
used. The recommended cable length is ten feet
maximum.
3-2
TABLE 3-1
DRIVE INTERFACE LINES
AND PIN ASSIGNMENTS
Input Control Lines:
Controller-To-Disk Drive
Ground Pin Signal
1 2 Connector Clamp
3 4 Spare
5 6 Drive Select 3
9 10 Drive Select 0
11 12 Drive Select 1
13 14 Drive Select 2
15 16 Motor On
17 18 Direction Select
19 20 Step
21 22 Composite Write Data
23 24 Write Enable
31 32 Side Select
Output Control Lines:
Disk Drive-To-Controller
Ground Pin Signal
7 8 Index/Sector
25 26 Track 0
27 28 Write Protect
29 30 Composi te Read Data
33 34 Spare
INPUT CONTROL LINES
DRIVE SELECT LINES
The Drive Select lines provide a means of select-
ing and deselecting a drive. These four lines
select one of the four drives attached to the
controller.
When the signal logic level is true Clow) , the
drive electronics are activated, and the drive is
conditioned to respond to Step or Read/Write
commands. A Drive Select line must remain
stable in the true Clow) state until a Step or
Read/Write command is completed. When the
signal line logic level is false (high), the input
control lines and output status lines are disabled.
The drive address is determined by a j urnper
select on the logic circuit board. Drive Select
lines 0 through 3 provide a means of daisy chain-
ing a maximum of four drives to a controller.
Only one can be true (low) at a time. An unde-
fined operation results if two or more drives are
assigned the same address or if two or more
Drive Select lines are in the true (low) state
simultaneously.
MOTOR ON
When this signal is true (low), the drive motor
accelerates to its nominal speed of 300 RPM,
and stabilizes at this speed in less than 250
milliseconds. When the signal line logic level
goes false (high), the drive decelerates to a stop.
This signal is not gated with Drive Select.
The motor activates momentarily when the
front latch is closed. This motor start function
remains active for approximately five seconds,
unless Motor On is in the true (low) condition.
DIRECTION SELECT AND STEP LINES
(TWO LINES)
When the drive is selected, a true Clow) pulse on
the Step line, with a time duration greater than
200 nanoseconds, initiates the access motion.
The direction of motion is determined by the
logic state of the Direction Select line when a
step pulse is issued. The motion is toward the
center of the disk if the Direction Select line is
in the true (low) state. The direction of motion is
away from the center of the disk ifthe Direction
Select line is in the false (high) state.
To ensure proper positioning, the Direction
Select line should be stable at least 100 nanosec-
onds prior to issuing a corresponding step pulse,
and remain true (low) 100 nanoseconds after it.
The access motion is initiated on the trailing
edge of the step pulse. The time period between
consecutive trailing edges of step pulses should
be not less than five milliseconds.
3-3
The drive electronics ignore step pulses when
one of three conditions exists:
1. The write enable is true (low).
2. The direction select is false (high), and
the head is positioned at Track O.
3. The drive is not selected.
COMPOSITE WRITE DATA
When the drive is selected, this interface line
provides the bit serial composite write data
pulses that control the switching of the write
current in the selected head. The write elec-
tronics must be conditioned for writing by the
Write Enable line.
For each high-to-low transition on the Composite
Write Data line, a flux change is produced at the
write head gap. This causes a flux change to be
recorded on the media.
When a single-density (FM) type encoding tech-
nique is used in which data and clock form the
combined Write Data signal, it is recommended
that the repetition of the high-to-low transi-
tions, while writing all zeros, be equal to one-half
the maximum data rate, 125 kilohertz 0.1
percent, and the repetition of the high-to-Iow
transitions, when writing all ones, be equal to
the maximum data rate, 250 kilohertz 0.1
percent.
Host controllers may implement write precom-
pensation circuits that recognize worst case pat-
terns and adjust the write data waveform.
, Although a value cannot be specified for w t ~
precompensation, Tandon suggests a value of
250 nanoseconds for systems using MFM double
density recording format.
WRITE ENABLE
When this signal is true (low), the write
electronics are prepared for writing data and
the read electronics are disabled. This signal
turns on write current in the selected read/write
head. Data is written under the control of the
Composite Write Data and Side Select input
lines. When the Write Enable line is false
(high), all write electronics are disabled.
When a write protected diskette is installed in a
drive, the write electronics are disabled, irre-
spective of the state of the Write Enable or Side
Select lines.
SIDE SELECT, TM100-2
The Side Select interface line defines which side
of a two-sided diskette is used for data transfer.
A false Chigh) level on this line selects the
read/write head on side zero, the lower head, of
the drive. A true (low) level on this line selects
the read/write head on side one, the upper head
of the drive.
OUTPUT CONTROL LINES
INDEX/SECTOR
The index/sector signal is a composite of the
index pulse and sector signals.
An index pulse is provided once every revol u-
tion, 200 milliseconds nominal, to indicate the
beginning of a track to the controller. The lead-
ing edge of this signal must al ways be used to
ensure timing accuracy. The index/sector line re-
mains in the true (low) state for the duration of
the index pulse, which is nominally four
milliseconds.
WRITE PROTECT
When the Write Protect line goes true (low), the
diskette is write protected and the write
electronics are disabled. It is recommended the
controller not issue a Write command when the
Write Protect signal is true (low).
When the Write Protect line is false (high), the
write electronics can be enabled.
COMPOSITE READ DATA
This interface line transmits the readback data
to the controller when the drive is selected.
It provides a pulse for each flux transition de-
tected from the diskette. The Composite Read
Data output line goes true (low) for a duration
of 1 0.25 microseconds for each flux change
detected from the diskette.
The leading edge of the Composite Read Data
output pulse represents the true position of the
flux transitions on the diskette's surface.
TYPICAL INTERFACE
CHARACTERISTICS
Lines between the controller and the drive have
the following characteristics:
V
out
True = +0.4 volt maximum at lout
=:= 48 milliamperes, maximum
Figure 3-1 contains the characteristics of the
electrical interface. Figure 3-2 contains the con-
trol and data timing requirements.
The sector signal portion appears only when
using hard sectored diskettes.
TRACK 0
When the drive is selected, the Track 0 interface
signal, when true (low), indicates to the control-
ler that the read/write head(s) are positioned at
Track O. This signal remains true (low) until the
heads are moved from Track O.
3-4
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out
False +2.4 volts minimurn open
collector at lout = 250
microamperes, maximum
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ELECTRICAL INTERFACE CHARACTERISTICS
3.5 D. C. POWER
D. C. power is supplied to the drive via a four-pin
AMP connector, J2, mounted on the circuit
board. The mating connector, not supplied, is
AMP Part Number 1-480424-0, using AMP con-
tact Part Number 606191-1. Pin assignments
are found in Table 3-2. The conductor should be
16-to-18 AWG, minimum.
TABLE 3-2
D. C. POWER CONNECTOR
PIN ASSIGNMENTS
Pin Supply Voltage
1 + 12 volts D. C.
2 12 volts return
3 5 volts return
4 +5 volts D. C.
Pin Signal
Ground lug 3/16-inch Chassis ground from
quick disconnect controller
3-5
The chassis should be connected to earth ground
to ensure proper operation. The conduct,or
should be 16-to-18 AWG, minimum.
3.6 DRIVE ADDRESS AND
OPTION PATCHING
The drive address and option patching is deter-
mined by the programmable shunt located at IE
on the logic circuit board. The DSO through DS3
jumpers determine the drive address. The MX
jumper is used only in single drive systems. See
Figure 3-3.
The program shunt is AMP Part Number
435704-7. The shunt positions can be cut using
AMP's tool, Part Number 435705. The shunt is
installed in a DIP socket. At the user's option, it
can be removed and replaced by a DIP switch.
DSO THROUGH DS3 JUMPERS
When daisy chaining two or more drives to a
controller, the Drive Select (DS) jumpers patch
the drive select control signal to enable the logic
of the proper drive. Normally, all the shunt
jumpers would be cut, except for the DS jumper
POWER ON I----------------------.
S

-,
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----I
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MOTOR ON
-------
500 NANOSECONDS--..../
MAXIMUM I
250 MILLISECONDS---...j
MAXIMUM I
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200
3 1
MILLISECONDS
INDEX ---------------,U s-S-------
--l 1--4 MILLISECONDS'
r-
TRACK 0
500 NANOSECONDS--.....l
MAXIMUM I
WRITE PROTECT
IL..--------------ss -------
DIRECTION
SIDE SELECT
J
_--I 100 NANOSECONDS 1-
MINIMUM I
'--------------4' __---l
5 MILLISECONDS--...j 100
MINIMUM NANOSECONDS1 r-
200 NANOSECONDS --.J 1__ MINIMUM
MINIMUM I r--
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MINIMUM 20 MILLISECONDS
I MAXIMUM
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L..- 250 MILLISECONDS I
I - MINIMUM -iIII'1 S
I 900 MICROSECONDS" --...i r--
390 MICROSECONDS"--1 r-- I I
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(TUNNEL ERASE) 200 NANOSECONDS llIIIIII ... 1 s
MINIMUM
12100 NANOSECONDS \..-.+- 4 MICROSECONDS
I MAXIMUM I I

MINIMUM I _I L
4 MICROSECONDS r- -., 1 8 MICROSECONDS
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250 MILLISECONDS I J- L I I 1 MICROSECOND
MINIMUM -....t --i r-- 250 NANOSECONDS
8 MICROSECONDS
"FOR REFERENCE ONLY
FIGURE32
CONTROL AND DATA TIMING REQUIREMENTS
3-6
that addresses each individual drive in the daisy
chain. The terminator resistor pack, RPl,
located on the logic circuit board should be in-
stalled in the last drive of the daisy chain. All
other drives on the interface must have the
resistor pack removed.
WRITE FLIP-FLOP CONTROL
(W2, W3)
W2 and W3 control the set and preset lines of
the write flip-flop, IC-5C. W2 is installed for the
standard configuration, W3 is for special use.
MX JUMPER
The Multiplex (MX) jumper is used only in
single drive systems when the user requires the
drive logics to be enabled at all times. If the
drive is not selected through the DS jumper, and
the MX jumper is not cut, the drive logics are
enabled but the front panel L.E.D. is not on. The
MX jumper must be cut in a multiple drive
system.
... .
W2
x
W3
x
WRITE FLIP-FLOP
CONTROL
Disables set and preset lines
on the write flip-flop only
during internal N Write.
Disables set and preset lines
on the write flip-flop
continuously.
HS AND HM JUMPERS
HS and HM j umpers are not used, and must be
cut.
WRITE PROTECT CONTROL (W4, W5)
Write Protect Control from the write protect
switch is disabled with W5 installed. Standard
Write Protect Control is enabled with W4
installed.
ACTIVITY L.E.D. CONTROL
(W6, W7, W9)
The Activity L.E.D. may be illuminated by an
optional input line, Jl-4 CN In Use). Normally,
the Activity L.E.D. is controlled with Drive
Select, W6 installed.
POWER SAVE OPTION
When shipped from the factory, the drive is con-
figured with a jumper at R51, 0 ohm resistor, for
the TMIOO-l and TMI00-2 drives. R51 main-
tains 200 milliamperes of current to the stepper
motor whether or not the drive is selected. Main-
taining power to this motor prevents the head
carriage from moving when the drive is not
selected. The jumper at R51 may be moved to
position R50, which removes the power to the
stepper motor when the drive is not sele.cted, for
a savings of approximately 3.8 watts per drive.
When R50 is used, the user must ensure the
track location when the drive is reselected.
SIDE SELECT (W1)
For use in double-sided drives:
W4
x
W6
W5
x
W7
WRITE PROTECT
CONTROL
Write Protect Control
responds to a write protected
diskette.
Write Protect Control is
inhibited.
W9 ACTIVITY L. E. D.
CONTROL
WI
x
SIDE SELECT
For use in single-sided drives,
TMIOO-l.
For use in double-sided drives,
TMIOO-2.
3-7
x
x x
Activity L.E.D. is
controlled with Drive
Select.
Activity L.E.D. is
controlled with N In
Use, Jl-4.
DRIVE SELECT 3 ENABLE (W8)
Removal of this jumper allows interface Jl-6 to
be used as an alternate input/output line. W8 is
normally installed.
W8 DRIVE SELECT 3 ENABLE
X Allows drive to be selected via Jl-6.
Disables Drive Select 3 line.
DOOR LOCK SOLENOID (W10)
This jumper is used in conjunction with an
optional door lock solenoid. The WIO jumper is
normally not installed.
WIO DOOR LOCK SOLENOID
X Enables door lock solenoid via Jl-2.
Disables door lock circui ts.
3.7 DISKETTES
The TM100-1 and TM100- 2 drives use an
ANSI-compatible, 5-l/4-inch diskette. Diskettes
are available with a single index hole or with
multiple (index and sector) holes.
Diskettes with a single hole are used when soft
sector format is required. Multiple hole
diskettes provide sector information through
the use of an index sensor and electronics.
Figure 3-4 illustrates the diskette used with the
drive. This recording media is a flexible diskette
enclosed in a protective jacket. The protected
diskette, free to rotate within the jacket, is
continuously cleaned by its soft fabric lining
during normal operation.
LOADING THE DISKETTE
The drive is loaded by inserting the diskette,
head aperture forward, into the front slot of the
drive. Access to the diskette loading slot is
obtained by opening the front latch.
The diskette should be carefully inserted until it
is solidly against the back stop.
3-9
CAUTION
Damage to the center of the
diskette may result if the door is
closed when the diskette is not
properly inserted. This prevents
reliable recovery of the recorded
data.
WRITE PROTECT TAB
The drive is equipped with a write protect
switch assembly. This switch operates in
conjunction with a diskette that has a slot cut in
the protective jacket. Figure 3-5 contains the
location of the slot.
When the slot is covered with an optically
opaque, self-adhesive tab, the diskette is write
protected. The tab illust be removed to write on
the diskette. Figure 3-5 contains information on
how to install a tab to cover the slot.
DISKETTE HANDLING AND STORAGE
It is important the diskette be handled and
stored correctly so the integrity of the recorded
data is maintained. A damaged or contaminated
diskette can impair or prevent recovery of data,
and can result in damage to the read/write
head(s).
Figure 3-5 contains an illustration of the
physical configuration of the diskette. The
5.125-inch diskette is oxide-coated, flexible
mylar. It is enclosed in a 5-1/4-inch square
protective jacket. Read/write head access is
made through an aperture in the jacket. In addi-
tion, openings for the drive hub and diskette
index hole are provided.
Figure 3-6 provides some helpful hints on the
care and handling of the drive and diskettes. In
addition, to ensure trouble-free operation and to
enhance the service life of the diskette, the
following handling procedures should be
observed.
1. Return the diskette to the protective
jacket when not in use.
2. Avoid exposing the diskette to any
magnetizing force in excess of 50 oersted.
o o
W5000W4
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R500
W20
00W3
W7
00 W6
00
TERMINATOR
SOCKET (2F)
PROGRAMMABLE
SHUNT SOCKET (1 E)-+--.-
LOGIC CIRCUIT BOARD
HS NOT USED' 16
2 DSO 15
3 DS1
14
4 DS2 13
5 DS3 12
6 MX 11
7 SPARE 10
8 HM NOT USED 9
PROGRAMMABLESHUNTSOCKET1E
FIGURE3-3
LOGIC BOARD WITH PROGRAMMABLE SHUNTS AND OPTION PATCHING LOCATIONS
3-8
NOTE
The 50-oersted level magnetizing
force is reached at a distance of
approximately three inches from
a typical source, e.g., motors, gen-
erators, or transformers.
3. To avoid warping, do not store the
diskette in direct sunlight.
4. Do not use a lead pencil or a ballpoint
pen to write on the label. Use a felt
tipped pen, and mark lightly on the label.
96.5 0.25 MM
(3.80 :!:: 0.01 INCH)
133.4 MM
(5.25 INCH)
3.56 MM
(O.14INCH) l r
i I 6.30 :: 0.25 MM
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(5.25 INCH)
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PROTECTIVE
JACKET
L N R ~
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r15.25 INCH) 1
SPINDLE
ACCESS HOLE
HEAD
APERTURE
FIGURE 3-4
RECORDING MEDIA
3-10
WRITE PROTECT TAB
'- WRITE PROTECT TAB
'L FOLD OVER BACK OF DISKETTE
3.56 MM
-l r(0.14 INCH)
6.30 MM
r--------+,rJ (0.25 INCH)
f
96.5 MM
(3.808 INCHES)
INDEX ACCESS HOLE
FIGURE 35
WRITE PROTECT TAB
3-11
DO NOT WRITE ON THE
JACKET WITH PEN OR
PENCIL. USE A FELT
TIPPED PEN.
DO NOT TOUCH PRECI-
SION SURFACE WITH
YOUR FINGERS.
TO AVOID DAMAGE TO
THE DISKETTE AND TO
YOUR DRIVE, INSERT
DISKETTE CAREFULLY
UNTIL THE BACKSTOP
IS ENCOUNTERED.
RETURN THE DISKETTE
TO ITS JACKET WHEN
NOT IN USE.
KEEP THE DISKETTE
AWAY FROM MAG-
NETIC FIELDS.
DISKETTES SHOULD
BE STORED AT
10C to 52C
50F to 125F
HANDLE WITH CARE;
BENDING AND FOLD-
ING MAY DAMAGE
DISKETTE.
FIGURE3-6
DISKETTE HANDLING AND STORAGE
3-12
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