In the package, you will find a quick installation guide, a full manual, IDE cable, and a CD-ROM cable. That is pretty much all you should need to install a CD-ROM drive, which are some of the easiest computer devices to install.

Drive Specifications

Drive Interface
- EIDE/ATAPI

Disc Loading
- Motorized Tray

Disc Readable Formats
- CD-ROM Mode 1 and Mode 2
- CD-R
- CD-Extra
- CD-DA Audio
- Photo CD (Single- and Multi-Session)
- CD-I/FMV
- Video CD
- CD-ROM-XA
- CD-RW

Disc Diameter
- 8cm and 12cm

Optical Beam Reader
- Kenwood 7 Beam Pickup

Data Transfer Rate
- 6,750 to 7,800 KB/sec. (typical)

Burst Data Transfer Rate
- 16.6 MB/sec. (PIO Mode 4 and
DMA Mode 2)

Access Time (1/3 Stroke)
- 90ms (typical)

Within 7 Track Band
- 5ms

Data Buffer
- 2048K

Eject Button
- Motorized Eject Button
- Emergency Hole

LED
- Access LED

Headphone Jack
- 3.5mm Stereo Mini-Jack

Volume Control
- Wheel Knob

Interface Connector
- 40-pin EIDE Header

CD-Audio Analog Out
- Supported

EIDE Settings
- Master, Slave, CSEL Jumper Settable

General Specifications

Installation Orientation
- Horizontal or Vertical (Using Locking Tabs)

Dimensions (W/H/D)
- 14.9 x 4.3 x 20cm (5.9 x 1.7 x 7.9in)

Weight
- 0.95kg (1.96lbs.)

Power Supply
- DC +5V at Normal 1.2A (Peak 1.5A)
- DC +12V at Normal 0.5A (Peak 1.5A)

 

Reliability

MTBF
- 100,000 POH at 25% duty cycle

Warranty
- 1 year

 

System Requirements

Minimum*
- IBM.-PC-AT or Compatible
- Pentium. Class Computer (or equivalent)
- Standard EIDE/ATAPI Interface
- Available Half-Height Drive Bay
- Windows. 95**

Recommended (For Optimum Performance)
-200MHz Pentium. with MMX or higher (or equivalent)
- 16MB RAM (32 MB recommended)
- PCI Bus Master Controller
- PCI Bus Master EIDE Drivers for Windows 95/NT
- Windows. 95 OSR2 or Windows. 98


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