9402-436 IBM AS/400 Advanced 36 Model 436

EMEA 
MACHINES May 2001

Table of Contents

9402-436 IBM AS/400 Advanced 36 Model 436

Abstract

Highlights

Description

Model

Model Summary Matrix

Maximum

Customer Setup (CSU)

Devices Supported

Model Conversions

Technical Description

Physical Specifications

Operating Environment

Limitations

Hardware Requirements

Software Requirements

Publications

Features -- Specify/Special/Exchange

No Charge Specify Codes

Special Feature Codes -- Chargeable

Feature Exchanges

Accessories

Customer Replacement Parts

Machine Elements

Supplies


9402-436 IBM AS/400 Advanced 36 Model 436


Abstract

The IBM 9402 AS/400 Advanced 36 with PowerPC technology offers three feature processors. Built on existing System/36 software functions and interfaces and a member of the AS/400 Advanced Series, AS/400 Advanced 36 shares 9402 packaging and incorporates 64-bit PowerPC AS microprocessors. It will run the SSP alone, or SSP and OS/400 concurrently. If OS/400 is installed, up to three copies of the SSP can be run simultaneously.

Model Abstract 9402-436:   The IBM 9402 AS/400 Advanced 36 Model 436 business computing system increases capacity and performance for IBM System/36 customers. The AS/400 Advanced 36 Model 436 with PowerPC technology offers three new feature processors. AS/400 Advanced 36 Model 436 with SSP Release 7.5 and the addition of OS/400 Version 3 Release 6 features: capacity beyond that supported by SSP; integrated fax; Internet access; new and updated applications; programming productivity; increased LAN and communications support, including wireless LAN; Electronic Customer Support (ECS); and improved PC support via Client Access for OS/400.


Highlights

         Offers expanded capacities and features with OS/400


Description

IBM System/36 applications using non-privileged, documented interfaces are object code compatible on AS/400 Advanced 36. You won't have to recompile or change your IBM System/36 applications. Interactive response time of IBM AS/400 Advanced Model 436 is from two to six times faster than IBM System/36. Batch performance is from four (on an entry #2102) to thirty times faster (on a maximum configured #2106). Actual performance improvement depends on workload characteristics.

Three pre-defined, specially-priced packages make it easier for you to order. The smallest package contains the system processor, 32MB of main storage, system software (System Support Program, LAN Communications, RPG II, Utilities, Query/36, PC Support/36*), a CD-ROM for IBM distributed software, Multifunction Processor, a 1.03GB disk storage unit, a 2.5GB 1/4-inch tape drive, and a workstation controller to support up to 40 twinaxial workstations. Each can be ordered with additional optional features.

In addition, convenience kits are available to upgrade AS/400 Model 236 systems to the new model.

* PC Support/36 is not part of the DBCS BasePac.

Operating System Flexibility

AS/400 Advanced 36 Model 236 with 64-bit processor, announced in 1994 as a faster object-code compatible System/36, supports existing System/36 software functions and interfaces. In 1996, with the AS/400 Advance 36 with PowerPC technology, you can continue to operate as an SSP-only system, or you can add OS/400 and also run AS/400 applications.

To run both AS/400 and System/36 applications concurrently means that you can add new AS/400 applications without migrating or changing your current System/36 applications. You can move to AS/400 applications at your own pace.

AS/400 Advanced 36 with SSP Release 7.5 and OS/400 Version 3 Release 6 allow you to use functions such as integrated fax, increased LAN and communications support, wireless LAN, ECS, improved PC support and Internet access; or use additional capacity beyond that supported by SSP.

Model Description 9402-436:   AS/400 Advanced 36 Model 436 supports three feature processors.

IBMs and your Competitive Advantage

Migration to an AS/400 Advanced 36 from a System/36 requires the utilization of provided transition aid software. You can continue to run your current System/36 applications, unchanged, without recompiling. In addition, all the normal SSP operating system and utility functions are supported, a feature which competition cannot offer.

AS/400 Advanced 36 Model 236 installations can upgrade to AS/400 Advanced 36 Model 436. For additional information refer to "AS/400 Advanced 36 Planning and Reference Handbook" (SA21-9656).

RPO Actions for package MESes

Because of the special validation rules on the initial order packages, there are a number of MES actions that cannot be performed in AAS without first unpacking the installed system. On the first MES to selective package systems, a list of RPO (Record Purposes Only) actions must be created to unpack the package. The RPO list is given below by package.

Model 236 Entry Package

Process the following RPO MES activity if #0097 is installed:

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REMOVE 0097 Entry Package for model 236
ADD 0100 Non-package specify
REMOVE 5000 SW Preload (if present)
REMOVE 5003 DSLO Preload (if present)
REMOVE 5006 Backup Tape-Preload SW (if present)
REMOVE 9000 Panel Keylock Feature (Special Package price)
ADD 7000 Panel Keylock Feature
REMOVE 9380 2.5GB 1/4-Inch Cart Tape (Special Package price)
ADD 6380 2.5GB 1/4-Inch Cart Tape
REMOVE 9480 8-Port Twinaxial Expansion (Special Package price)
ADD 6148 8-Port Twinaxial Expansion
 

Model 236 Growth Package

Process the following RPO MES activity if #0098 is installed:

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REMOVE 0098 Growth Package for model 236
ADD 0100 Non-package specify
REMOVE 5000 SW Preload (if present)
REMOVE 5003 DSLO Preload (if present)
REMOVE 5006 Backup Tape-Preload SW (if present)
REMOVE 9000 Panel Keylock Feature (Special Package price)
ADD 7000 Panel Keylock Feature
REMOVE 9380 2.5GB 1/4-Inch Cart Tape (Special Package price)
ADD 6380 2.5GB 1/4-INCH Cart Tape
REMOVE 9480 8-Port Twinaxial Expansion (Special Package price)
ADD 6148 8-Port Twinaxial Expansion
REMOVE 9108 Expansion Gate (Special Package price)
ADD 7108 Expansion Gate
REMOVE 9135 Feature Power Supply (Special package price)
ADD 5135 Feature Power Supply
REMOVE 9609 EIA/RS232 Two-Line (Special Package price)
ADD 8609 EIA/RS232 Two-Line
REMOVE 9652 Standard Disk Unit (1.031)GB
 (Special Package Price) ***QTY 1
ADD 6652 Standard Disk Unit (1.031)GB ***QTY 1
 
*** Note only ONE of the installed 9652 features is to be changed.
 

Model 236 Large Package

Process the following RPO MES activity if #0099 is installed:

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REMOVE 0099 Large Package for model 236
ADD 0100 Non-package specify
REMOVE 5000 SW Preload (if present)
REMOVE 5003 DSLO Preload (if present)
REMOVE 5006 Backup Tape-Preload SW (if present)
REMOVE 9000 Panel Keylock Feature (Special Package price)
ADD 7000 Panel Keylock Feature
REMOVE 9380 2.5GB 1/4-Inch Cart Tape (Special Package price)
ADD 6380 2.5GB 1/4-Inch Cart Tape
REMOVE 9480 8-Port Twinaxial Expansion (Special Package price)
ADD 6148 8-Port Twinaxial Expansion
REMOVE 9108 Expansion Gate (Special Package price)
ADD 7108 Expansion Gate
REMOVE 9135 Feature Power Supply (Special Package price)
ADD 5135 Feature Power Supply
REMOVE 9609 EIA/RS232 Two-Line (Special Package price)
ADD 8609 EIA/RS232 Two-Line
REMOVE 9623 Six-Line Comm Controller (Special Package price)
ADD 2623 Six-Line Comm Controller
REMOVE 9050 Twinaxial Workstation Controller - Enhanced
 (Special Package price)
ADD 6050 Twinaxial Workstation Controller - Enhanced
REMOVE 9117 Integrated Expansion Unit (Special Package price)
ADD 7117 Integrated Expansion Unit
REMOVE 9652 Standard Disk Unit (1.031)GB
 (Special Package Price) ***QTY 2
ADD 6652 Standard Disk Unit (1.031)GB ***QTY 2
REMOVE 9272 Standard 32MB Main Storage
 (Special Package Price) ***QTY 1
ADD 3172 Standard 32MB Main Storage ***QTY 1
 
** Note only TWO of the installed 9652 features is to be changed.
and only ONE of the installed 9272 features is to be changed.
 

Model 436 Entry Package

Process the following RPO MES activity if #0114 is installed:

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REMOVE 0114 Entry Package for model 436
ADD 0117 Non-package specify
REMOVE 0203 Side By Side Install (if present)
REMOVE 5000 SW Preload (if present)
REMOVE 5003 DSLO Preload (if present)
REMOVE 5006 Backup Tape-Preload SW (if present)
REMOVE 9000 Panel Keylock Feature (Special Package price)
ADD 7000 Panel Keylock Feature
REMOVE 9380 2.5GB 1/4-Inch Cart Tape (Special Package price)
ADD 6380 2.5GB 1/4-Inch Cart Tape
REMOVE 9480 8-Port Twinaxial Expansion (Special Package price)
ADD 6148 8-Port Twinaxial Expansion
 
IF 2106 and 2-9282:
 REMOVE 9282 (QTY 1) - 32MB Main Store
 ADD 3182 - 32MB Main Store
 
IF 2106 AND 2-8210:
 REMOVE 8210 (QTY 1) - 64MB Main Store
 ADD 3110 - 64MB Main Store
 

Model 436 Growth Package

Process the following RPO MES activity if #0115 is installed:

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REMOVE 0115 Growth Package for model 436
ADD 0117 Non-package specify
REMOVE 0203 Side By Side Install (if present)
REMOVE 5000 SW Preload (if present)
REMOVE 5003 DSLO Preload (if present)
REMOVE 5006 Backup Tape-Preload SW (if present)
REMOVE 9000 Panel Keylock Feature (Special Package price)
ADD 7000 Panel Keylock Feature
REMOVE 9108 Expansion Gate (Special Package price)
ADD 7108 Expansion Gate
REMOVE 9135 Feature Power (Special Package price)
ADD 5135 Feature Power
REMOVE 9380 2.5GB 1/4-Inch Cart Tape (Special Package price)
ADD 6380 2.5GB 1/4-Inch Cart Tape
REMOVE 9480 8-Port Twinaxial Expansion (Special Package price)
ADD 6148 8-Port Twinaxial Expansion
REMOVE 9606 Standard Disk Unit (1.967)GB
ADD 8606 Disk Unit (1.967)GB
REMOVE 9609 EIA 232/V.24 2-Line (Special Package price)
ADD 8609 EIA 232/V.24 2-Line
 
IF 2106 and 2-9282:
 REMOVE 9282 (QTY 1) - 32MB Main Store
 ADD 3182 - 32MB Main Store
 
IF 2106 AND 2-8210:
 REMOVE 8210 (QTY 1) - 64MB Main Store
 ADD 3110 - 64MB Main Store
 

436 Large Package

Process the following RPO MES activity if #0116 is installed:

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REMOVE 0116 Large Package for model 436
ADD 0117 Non-package specify
REMOVE 5000 SW Preload (if present)
REMOVE 0203 Side By Side Install (if present)
REMOVE 5003 DSLO Preload (if present)
REMOVE 5006 Backup Tape-Preload SW (if present)
REMOVE 9000 Panel Keylock Feature (Special Package price)
ADD 7000 Panel Keylock Feature
REMOVE 9108 Expansion Gate (Special Package price)
ADD 7108 Expansion Gate
REMOVE 9135 Feature Power (Special Package price)
ADD 5135 Feature Power
REMOVE 9380 2.5GB 1/4-Inch Cart Tape (Special Package price)
ADD 6380 2.5GB 1/4-Inch Cart Tape
REMOVE 9480 8-Port Twinaxial Expansion (Special Package price)
ADD 6148 8-PORT Twinaxial Expansion
REMOVE 9050 Twinaxial Expansion (Special Package price)
ADD 6050 Twinaxial Expansion
REMOVE 9606 Standard Disk Unit (1.967)GB
 (Special Package Price) ***QTY 2
ADD 8606 Standard Disk Unit (1.967)GB ***QTY 1
ADD 6606 Standard Disk Unit (1.967)GB ***QTY 1
REMOVE 9609 EIA 232/V.24 2-Line (Special Package price)
ADD 8609 EIA 232/V.24 2-Line
REMOVE 9117 Integrated Expansion Unit
ADD 7117 Integrated Expansion Unit
REMOVE 9623 Six-Line Comm Controller
ADD 6623 Six-Line Comm Controller
 
IF 2106:
 REMOVE 9110 64MB Main Store
 ADD 3110 64MB Main Store
 
IF 2102 OR 2104 AND 8210:
 REMOVE 8210 - 64MB Main Store
 ADD 3110 - 64MB Main Store
 
IF 2102 OR 2104 AND 9282:
 REMOVE 9282 32MB Main Store
 ADD 3182 32MB Main Store
 

AS/400 Advanced 36, 9402-436, Capacity Summary

When OS/400 is also installed on AS/400 Advanced 36, most of the features supported by a 9402-400 become available on 9402-436. This offers additional capacities to SSP users as indicated in the following table:

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| 9402-436 | SSP only | SSP and OS/400 |
|------------------------+-------------------+--------------------------|
| | | |
|Processors |#2102 (1.0) * |#2102 (4.8) ** |
|(Relative System |#2104 (1.3) * |#2104 (6.1) ** |
| performance) |#2106 (2.4) * |#2106 (8.7) ** |
|Memory |32 - 224MB |64 - 224MB |
| | (256 with #2106) | (256 with #2106) |
|DASD |1.03GB - 50.3GB*** |2.99GB - 50.3GB |
|External diskette drives|0 - 1 |0 - 2 |
|Local Workstations | | |
| Twinaxial Controllers |1 - 4 |1 - 7 |
| MFIOP supports |1 controller |1 controller |
| Attach to IOP slots |3 controllers |6 controllers |
| Physically attach/contr|56 devices |56 devices |
| Active per Controller |40 devices |40 devices |
| Workstation supported |1 - 160 active |1 - 280 |
| | |(SSP: only 224 logical |
| | | devices, 4x56) |
|Communications lines | | |
| MFIOP supports |1 - 2 |1 - 2 |
| 6-Line Comm Controller |0 - 1 |0 - 3 |
| IOP slots needed |0 - 1 |0 - 3 |
| Comm Lines supported |1 - 8 |1 - 20 |
| V.35 High-Speed Lines |0 - 1 |0 - 6 |
|Remote workstations | | |
| supported by SSP |0 - 64 |0 - 64 per SSP |
|IOP expansion slots |0 - 6 |0 - 6 |
|LAN Adapters |0 - 2 |0 - 2 |
|CD-ROM |1 |1 |
|1/4 Inch/8mm Cartr Tape |1 (1/4-inch only) |1 - 4 |
|1/2 Inch tape | | |
| 9348 |0 - 2 |0 - 4 |
| 34xx |0 |0 - 2 |
|8mm Cartridge Exter.Tape|0 |0 - 4 |
|ASCII Controller |0 |0 - 6 |
|ASCII Workstations |0 |0 - 108 |
|Optical Libraries |0 |0 - 4 |
|Tape Libraries |0 |0 - 2 |
|Fax IOPs |0 |0 - 6 |
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Notes:

Capacities shown are for models shipped from the plant and include any prerequisite expansion features. Some combinations of devices may be subject to configuration restrictions.

The relative performance rating for SSP and OS/400 were achieved when running each operating system dedicated on the system, and may not be realized in all environments. The performance when running SSP and OS/400 concurrently, will vary depending on the workload.

* The relative system performance is estimated based on running the S/36 version of RAMP-C in SSP with a maximum configured Model 236 equaling 1.0. The SSP relative performance rating can not be compared to the OS/400 relative performance ratings.

** The relative system performance ratios are estimated based on AS/400 environment, native RAMP-C workload, with a 9404 B10 with 16MB of main storage and 945MB of DASD equaling 1.0. The ratios shown were estimated at maximum configurations running at 70% utilization. Relative system performance ratios may not be realized in all environments.

*** SSP Supports 4GB but additional DASD may be ordered (up to the indicated limit) for storing Licensed Internal Code, mirroring or Raid 5, and future growth

Disk Space Requirements

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 | | Operating System | Approximate |
 | Description | Installed | Disk Space |
 |9402 - Model 436 | | Required |
 |___________________|____________________|______________________|
 | SSP and SLIC on | SSP 7.5 only, with | V3R6 SLIC 700MB |
 | 1GB Entry Package | | V3R7 SLIC 700MB |
 | | | V4R1 SLIC 1100MB |
 | | | V4R2 SLIC 1100MB |
 |___________________|____________________|______________________|
 | SSP and | SSP 7.5 only, with | V3R6 SLIC 800MB |
 | SLIC on 2GB | | V3R7 SLIC 800MB |
 | Growth or 4GB | | V4R1 SLIC 1200MB |
 | Large Package | | V4R2 SLIC 1200MB |
 |___________________|____________________|______________________|
 | SSP and | SSP 7.5 only, with | V3R6 SLIC 900MB |
 | SLIC on 8GB | | V3R7 SLIC 900MB |
 | Large Package | | V4R1 SLIC 1300MB |
 | | | V4R2 SLIC 1300MB |
 |___________________|____________________|______________________|
 |SSP,SLIC and OS/400| SSP 7.5 only | V3R6 SLIC 2200MB |
 |Large Package | and OS/400 | V3R7 SLIC 2400MB |
 | | | V4R1 SLIC 2900MB |
 | | | V4R2 SLIC 3100MB |
 |___________________|____________________|______________________|
 
Notes: 1) Each SSP supports a maximum of 4GB.
 2) SSP and Licensed Programs requires approximately 100MB
 3) SLIC is System Licensed Internal Code (microcode) on
 the Advanced 36.
 

EXAMPLE 1: On a large Package with SLIC, SSP and Release 7.5 Licensed Programs the approximate disk space needed would be 900MB.

EXAMPLE 2: On a large Package with SLIC, SSP and Release 7.5 Licensed Programs, and OS/400 the approximate disk space needed would be 2200MB.

Comparison of system capacities:

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System DASD Max Memory Max Local W/S
----------- ------------ ------------- -------------
9402 436 50328MB 256MB 280
9402 236 5996MB 96MB 80
 
5360 1432MB 7MB 72
5362 660MB 2MB 28
5363 1256MB 2MB 28
 
5364 130MB 1MB 9
 

AS/400 Advanced 36 System Packages

AS/400 Advanced 36 with PowerPC technology is offered in three pre- defined packages:

Each package is a complete system with basic software including System Support Program (now including LAN communications), RPG II, Utilities, Query/36 and PC Support/36 (PC Support/36 is not included in DBCS packages). This simplifies ordering and installation since many customers require these licensed programs.

The Entry Package A has 32MB of memory, a 1.03GB disk, 2.5GB 1/4-inch cartridge tape drive, CD-ROM, an EIA 232/V.24 communications line with an enhanced 6-meter/20 foot cable, a panel keylock, and the ability to attach up to 40 twinaxial workstations.

The Growth Package B has 1.96GB disk and builds on the Entry Package A by adding DASD power, a second EIA 232/V.24 communications line and cable and two IOP attachment slots.

The Large Package C has 3.93GB disk, 64MB of memory, support for an additional 40 twinaxial workstations (supporting up to 80 workstations), six IOP attachment slots and a Six-Line Communications Controller.

These packages are designed for the customer who is planning to run only the SSP operating system. Customers choosing to run both SSP and OS/400 operating systems must plan for additional DASD and memory to fill their total requirement. A Minimum of 64MB of memory and 3GB of DASD is required to support SSP and OS/400 simultaneously.

With the addition of OS/400 and a modem, Advanced 36 customers will be able use the Electronic Customer Support (ECS) utilizing an EIA 232/V.24 communications line which is shipped with each package.

Optional items may be added to any package on the initial order or after installation.

AS/400 Advanced 36 users can reduce the impact of utility power interruptions and the associated system recovery activities by purchasing an optional Uninterruptible Power System. It is highly recommended since it contributes to improved system availability. Refer to the "New Device" section for more information.

Convenient upgrade kits are available for the existing AS/400 Model 236. See the processor upgrade section for more information.

AS/400 Advanced 36 Packages, 9402-436

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| Entry - A | Growth - B | Large - C |
|______________________|_______________________|_______________________|
|#2102 processor |#2102 processor |#2102 processor |
|32MB memory |32MB memory |64MB memory * |
|1.03GB disk |1.96GB disk* |3.93GB disk * |
| |DASD power supply * |DASD power supply |
|Support for attaching |Support for attaching |Support for attaching |
| 1-40 twinaxial | 1-40 twinaxial | 1-80 twinaxial |
| workstations | workstations | workstations * |
|Quarter Inch Cartridge|Quarter Inch Cartridge |Quarter Inch Cartridge |
| Tape (2.5GB) | Tape (2.5GB) | Tape (2.5GB) |
|CD-ROM |CD-ROM |CD-ROM |
|One EIA 232 V.24 |Two EIA 232 V.24 |Two EIA 232 V.24 |
| Communications Line | Communications Lines *| Communications Lines |
| | |6-Line Communications |
| | | Controller * |
| |2 IOP slots* |6 IOP slots* |
|Keylock |Keylock |Keylock |
|Power supply, power |Power supply, power |Power supply, power |
| cord, and labels | cord, and labels | cord, and labels |
| | | |
|Software: |Software: |Software: |
| BasePac/36, 5716-PK1 | BasePac/36, 5716-PK1 | BasePac/36, 5716-PK1 |
| SSP 7.5 | SSP 7.5 SSP 7.5 |
| RPG II | RPG II | RPG II |
| Utilities | Utilities | Utilities |
| Query/36 | Query/36 | Query/36 |
| PC Support/36 (1) | PC Support/36 (1) | PC Support/36 (1) |
| IPDS Adv Funt Prt(1)| IPDS Adv Funt Prt (1)| IPDS Adv Funt Prt (1)|
|______________________|_______________________|_______________________|
 
Packaging Notes:
 * indicates differences between packages A, B and C
 
(1) not part of DBCS packages
 
Differences between 9402-436 and 9402-236 packages:
 - 1.03, 1.96, 3.92GB disk vs 1.03. 2.06, 3.09GB
 - CD-ROM software distribution
 - Release 7.5 BasePac/36 versus Rel 7.1 BasePac/36
 
All supported features and machine types can be ordered in addition as
 required with each package.
 

Entry Package

The packages are defined as SSP-only systems.

The charges for the Entry Package are carried in feature #0114. All other features included in the described package do not carry a separate charge.

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Machine
Type or
Feature Description Qty Comments
-------- ---------------------------- --- ------------------------------
9402-436 9402 System Unit 1
 0114 Package A - Entry 1
 2102 Base Model 436 Processor 1 With 32MB memory, can be
 replaced with #2104 or #2106*
 2924 English 1 Country specific
 2960 120-Volt Power Cord 1 Country specific,
 Can be replaced with 2961
 5000 TSP Specify Code 1 US, EMEA only
 5517 Alternate IPL 1 CD-ROM or 1/4-inch cart tape
 5520 Complete System Specify 1
 9000 Panel Keylock 1
 9023 EIA 232/V.24 Enhanced Cable 1 Qty can be 2 if ordering 8609
 9172 Base MFIOP Twinaxial WSC 1
 9242 Base 175W Power Supply 1 Can be replace with 5135
 9319 Base Disk Unit Package 1
 9380 2.5GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape 1
 9480 8-Port Twinaxial Expansion 1
 9520 CD-ROM 1
 9605 Base Disk Unit (1.03GB) 1
 9612 Base EIA 232/V.24 One-Line 1 Can be replaced with 8609
 
5716-PK1 BasePac/36 1
 3455 Rochester Preload 1 US only
 3058 Basic One Time Charge 1
 5000 TSP Specify Code 1 US only
 9001 Asset Registration 1
 
5755-AS4 System Program Order 1

* If the #2106 processor is selected, the #5135

feature power supply is required.

Growth Package

The charges for the Growth Package are carried in feature #0115. All other features included in the described package do not carry a separate charge.

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Machine
Type or
Feature Description Qty Comments
-------- ---------------------------- --- ------------------------------
9402-436 9402 System Unit 1
 0115 Package B - Growth 1
 2102 Base Model 436 Processor 1 With 32MB memory, can be
 replaced with #2104 or #2106
 2924 Language - English 1 Country specific
 2960 120-Volt Power Cord 1 Country specific,
 Can be replaced with 2961
 5000 TSP Specify Code 1 US, EMEA only
 
5517 Alternate IPL 1 CD-ROM or 1/4-inch cart tape
 5520 Complete System Specify 1
 9000 Panel Keylock 1
 9023 EIA 232/V.24 Enhanced Cable 2
 9108 Two-Book Expansion Gate 1 With 2 IOP slots
 9135 Expansion Unit Feature Power 1
 9172 Base MFIOP Twinaxial WSC 1
 9319 Base Disk Unit Package 1
 9380 2.5GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape 1
 9480 8-Port Twinaxial Expansion 1
 9520 CD-ROM 1
 9606 Base Disk Unit (1.976GB) 1
 9609 Base EIA 232/V.24 Two-Line 1
 
5716-PK1 BasePac/36 1
 3455 Rochester Preload 1 US only
 3058 Basic One Time Charge 1
 5000 TSP Specify Code 1 US English only
 9001 Asset Registration 1
 
5755-AS4 System Program Order 1
 

Large Package

The charges for the Large Package are carried in feature #0116. All other features included in the described package do not carry a separate charge.

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Machine
Type or
Feature Description Qty Comments
-------- ---------------------------- --- ------------------------------
9402-436 9402 System Unit 1
 0116 Package C - Large 1
 2102 Base Model 436 Processor 1 With 32MB memory, can be
 replaced with #2104 or #2106*
 2924 Language - English 1 Country specific
 2960 120-Volt Power Cord 1 Country specific,
 Can be replaced with 2961
 5000 TSP Specify Code 1 US, EMEA only
 5517 Alternate IPL 1 CD-ROM or 1/4-inch cart tape
 5520 Complete System Specify 1
 9000 Panel Keylock 1
 9023 EIA 232/V.24 Enhanced Cable 2
 9050 Enhanced Twinaxial WSC 1 Supporting 41-80 devices
 9108 Two-Book Expansion Gate 1 With 2 IOP slots
 9117 Integrated Package Expansion 1 With 4 IOP slots
 9135 Expansion Unit Feature Power 1
 9172 Base MFIOP Twinaxial WSC 1
 9244 300W Power Supply 1
 9282 32MB Main Storage 1 Can be replaced if #2106
 9319 Base Disk Unit Package 1
 9380 2.5GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape 1
 9480 8-Port Twinaxial Expansion 1
 9520 CD-ROM 1
 9606 Base Disk Unit (1.976GB) 2
 9609 Base EIA 232/V.24 Two-Line 1
 9623 Standard Six Line Comm Cntrl 1
 
5716-PK1 BasePac/36 1
 3455 Rochester Preload 1 US only
 3058 Basic One Time Charge 1
 5000 TSP Specify Code 1 US only
 9001 Asset Registration 1
 
5755-AS4 System Program Order 1

* If the #2106 processor is selected with a large

package, an additional 32MB of feature memory must be ordered,

resulting in a total of 128MB of memory.

Optional Features for 9402 Model 436 Entry, Growth, and Large Packages (when using only SSP)

         Faster processors

o        #2104

o        #2106

* On SSP-only machines significant performance improvement will not be realized beyond 96MB.


Model

Model Summary Matrix

AS/400 Advanced 36 Upgrade Summary

Processor upgrades are supported as indicated below:

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 New 32MB Additional
 Processor CD On Processor 32MB 2GB
 Card ROM Memory Memory Disk
 --------- -------- ------------ ---------- --------
 #2100*to #2102 included included included included included
 
#2100*to #2104 included included included
 #2102 to #2104 included included
 
#2100*to #2106 included included 2 included
 #2102 to #2106 included 2 included
 #2104 to #2106 included 2 included
 

In addition to the above packages, OS/400 may be ordered to provide coexistence with SSP.

* 236 Processor feature number

Note: Regarding on-processor memory: The 32MB of memory included with the #2102 and #2104 processors replaces memory on the removed processor board. The included memory will not result in additional system memory.

Maximum

Not available.

Customer Setup (CSU)

Customer Responsibilities

AS/400 Advanced 36 Model 436 is customer setup. The customer is responsible for installation of external cables and associated displays and printers. Customers who request IBM service personnel to perform these activities are subject to a charge.

Customer responsibilities include:

Devices Supported

Racks

The following 9309 Rack configurations are supported on the 436 for the purpose of attaching rack mounted tape units:

Rack power control must be performed manually. A jumper is required to control these racks manually. The jumper P/N is 93X0167 (some documentation calls out 31F7631).

Workstation Support

Devices marked with an (*) are no longer orderable. For a list of workstation devices not supported, see the limitations section.

Remote Workstation Controllers

* Withdrawn from marketing

Twinaxial Displays

* Withdrawn from marketing

Coaxial Displays

The IBM 3174 and 3274 remote attachment allows IBM 3270 displays to be attached via coaxial wiring. This attachment gives IBM 3270 displays access to most 5250 applications with essentially 5291 or 5292-1 functions.

Protocol Converters

* Withdrawn from marketing

Printers

* Withdrawn from marketing

Tape Units

3422 Magnetic Tape Subsystem (withdrawn from marketing)

The 3422 is a 1/2-inch reel-to-reel intermediate performance tape subsystem. The 3422 reads or writes data at 6,250bpi at a nominal data rate of 780KB per second or 1,600bpi at a nominal data rate of 200KB per second. It is a start/stop drive and is provided for alternate IPL, program distribution, and 1/2-inch reel tape interchange.

The 3422 consists of a Model A01 with a tape controller and one tape drive and a Model B01 with one tape drive and no controller. A maximum of three B01s can be attached to a Model A01 for a total of four drives per string. The 3422 attaches via the 3490 Magnetic Tape Subsystem Attachment (#2644).

The 3422 Tape drive supports 1.5 mil thick tape media up to a maximum of 2400 feet. Maximum: See the AS/400 model summary table.

3430 Magnetic Tape Subsystem (withdrawn from marketing)

The 3430 is a 1/2-inch reel-to-reel medium performance tape subsystem. The 3430 reads or writes data at 6,250bpi at a nominal data rate of 312KB per second or 1,600 bpi at a nominal data rate of 80KB per second. It is a start/stop drive and is provided for alternate IPL, program distribution, and 1/2-inch reel tape interchange.

The 3430 consists of a Model A01 with a tape controller and one tape drive and a Model B01 with one tape drive and no controller. A maximum of three B01s can be attached to a Model A01 for a total of four drives per string. The 3430 attaches via the 3490 Magnetic Tape Subsystem Attachment (#2644).

The 3430 Tape drive supports 1.5 mil thick tape media up to a maximum of 2400 feet. Maximum: See the AS/400 model summary table.

3480 Magnetic Tape Subsystem (withdrawn from marketing)

The 3480 is a 1/2-inch cartridge high performance tape subsystem with a capacity of up to 200 MB per Cartridge System Tape. The 3480 reads and writes at an instantaneous data rate of 3 MB per second. It is provided for program distribution, alternate IPL, save/restore, and 1/2-inch cartridge tape interchange. The Improved Data Recording Capability (IDRC) feature of the 3480 can increase the amount of data that can stored on a cartridge by up to three times, depending on the data. The 3480 Magnetic Tape Subsystem provides concurrent operations when attached to more than one host system.

One 3480 A11 control unit and up to eight B11 tape drives or one A22 control unit and up to eight B22 tape drives attach via the 3490 Magnetic Tape Subsystem Attachment/HP (#2644). Maximum: See the System Unit Summary table.

3490/3490E Magnetic Tape Subsystem Models AXX-DXX

The 3490/3490E is a high performance 1/2-inch cartridge tape subsystem with a range of models that read and write at an instantaneous data rate of up to 3 MB per second when attached with feature #2644. The 3490 models use the Cartridge System Tape media, providing up to 200 MB per cartridge. The 3490E models use either the Cartridge System Tape media with up to 400 MB per cartridge or the Enhanced Capacity Cartridge System Tape media with up to 800 MB per cartridge. The models are differentiated as follows:

         3490 Models A01, A02, B02, B04, D31, and D32 can read and write in 18 track format.

o        can only read data from the Cartridge System Tape media in 18 track format written by 3480 or 3490 models.

The 3490 and 3490E models are provided for program distribution, alternate IPL, save/restore, and 1/2-inch cartridge tape interchange. The 3490 Magnetic Tape Subsystem provides concurrent operations when attached to more than one host system.

The 3490 and 3490E models are floor standing units except the 3490E C10, C11, and C22 which are functionally equivalent to the 3490E D41 and D42 but mount into a system rack. The C models must be installed in one of the following rack enclosures:

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

3490E feature #5037, Parallel Channel Attachment, is a prerequisite on Models C10, C11, and C22 for attachment to the AS400 Advanced Systems.

The Automatic Cartridge Loader (ACL) feature accepts six 1/2-inch tape cartridges, five in the ACL and one in the drive. It is standard on the BXX, C11 and C22 models, a feature on the DXX models and not supported on the C10.

The Improved Data Recording Capability (IDRC) can increase the amount of data that can be stored on a cartridge by up to three times, depending on the data. It is standard on the 3490E models and a feature on the 3490 models.

Maximum unattended save capacities per drive are as follows:

This results in up to 28.8GB unattended save capacity on a 3490E Model C22.

Following are the 3490 and 3490E Control Unit Models which attach to the above features:

The following models can attach to the 3490 A01 or A02 Control Unit Models:

The following models can attach to the 3490E A10 or A20 Control Unit Models:

The 3490 Magnetic Tape Subsystems can be shared between AS/400 systems, System/370 and System/390 as follows:

3490E Magnetic Tape Subsystem Models E01 and E11

The 3490E E01 and E11 models are media compatible with the current 3490E models, but offer a lower cost, smaller size, increased performance, and increased Cartridge Stack Loader (CSL) capacity. The new models include rack-mount and table-top versions, both with a seven cartridge CSL. Each model has an integrated control unit and one tape drive. Data compaction with Improved Data Recording Capability (IDRC) provides up to three times compaction. With IDRC, data transfer rates up to 4.9MB/sec are obtained. Unattended save capacity up to 16.8GB is provided. One or two 3490E E models are supported using #6501.

The 3490E EXX models cannot be shared between two systems, and distance from the system is limited to 82-ft (25-meters). The 3490E CXX models should be selected when system sharing is required, and/or distance up to 400-ft (121-meters) is required. Also, the 3490E EXX models cannot be migrated to the 3494 Tape Library Dataserver Model L10, while the 3490E CXX models can.

Maximum: See the AS/400 model summary table.

3494 Tape Library Dataserver Model L10

The 3494 Tape Library Dataserver Model L10 is stand-alone, automated tape-storage subsystem designed to provide unattended tape operation.

Using Backup Recovery and Media Services/400 (5763-BR1) the 3494 provides automated system backup and recovery. Use of this product with the tape library is optional, but recommended.

3494 Highlights:

The 3490E-CXA tape drives within the library attach to the AS/400 in the same way as the 3490E-CXX drives. On the AS/400, one EIA 232/V.24 Line Adapter is required for each 3494 Tape Library.

Maximums: See the AS/400 model summary table.

3494 Tape Library Dataserver Model L12

The 3494 Tape Library Dataserver Model L12 offers the high reliability and high availability features of the Model L10 with the added support of the 3590 High Performance Tape Subsystem Model B1A. This allows customers to automate tape data handling with the latest technology. The ability to support the 3490E and 3590 technology in the same library offers customers a fast and convenient way to manage these tape media.

3590 High Performance Tape Subsystem

The 3590 is a new automated tape subsystem for the AS/400, reaching higher levels of reliability, capacity and performance. The drive rate of 9 MB per second is three times faster than previous IBM 3480, 3490 or 3490E tape drives, allowing tape applications to read and write data more quickly. Using the built-in data compression capability, the 3590 has a potential maximum throughput of 20 MB per second. Actual throughput is a function of end-to-end system capabilities including processor, DASD, bus, IOP, OS/400 blocking and data compaction.

The 3590 uses new read/write and media technology for vastly increased capacity and reliability. The new cartridge has an uncompacted data capacity of 10GB, or typically over 30GB assuming a 3:1 compaction ratio. The capacity of an individual drive has further been increased by the addition of the Automatic Cartridge Facility (ACF), which allows an operator to mount ten cartridges at a time via a magazine. Thus an individual drive can provide storage for 100 to 300GB of data. Exploitation of the capacity is a function of data characteristics.

The 3590 is available in two models. The Model B11 is rack mounted and includes a 10-cartridge Automatic Cartridge Facility (ACF) that can be used in random access mode as a mini-library. The Model B1A does not include the ACF and is designed to fit into the 3494 Tape Library Dataserver, increasing total library capacity to over 90 terabytes.

The 3590 attaches to all DXX and later models of the AS/400, except the X02 and P03 models, using AS/400 Feature #6501 (Magnetic Media Subsystem Controller). Each feature #6501 can support up to two tape drives. The 3490 has two SCSI ports and can be shared between two systems.

Backup Recovery and Media Services/400 (BRMS/400) is recommended to support automation in tape handling, media management, fast search, and automatic migration of data between tape and DASD based on user defined policies. For developing unique applications, OS/400 provides a command interface.

7208 8mm External Tape Drives

The 7208 is an 8mm helical scan, medium performance, high capacity, streaming tape drive with models supporting media capacity of up to 7.0GB per cartridge. The Model 2 (Withdrawn from marketing) provides 2.3GB capacity. When hardware data compression (HDC) on the IOP is enabled, it typically provides 1.5 times improvement in capacity and transfer rate. The 7208 Model 12 provides 5GB capacity and the Model 222 provides 7GB. Both Models 12 and 222 support an implementation of IBM's Improved Data Recording Capability (IDRC) that typically provides a two times improvement in capacity and transfer rate.

All 7208 models are stand-alone, table-top devices, and can be used for save/restore, alternate IPL, program interchange and 8mm cartridge tape interchange with other AS/400 systems. Kits for rack-mounting are available via RPQ 841997 for the Model 2 and RPQ 841998 for the Model 12. The 7208 attaches to the AS/400 via Removable Media Device Attachment Feature (#2621). This feature supports up to two tape devices.

Full interchange of data is supported between Models 002, 012 and 222, the 9427 and the AS/400 Advanced Series internal 7GB 8mm tape units, using the proper tape density and 7208-002/012/222 tape media. All models use the same media and cleaning cartridges. The Models 002, 012 and 222 do NOT support data interchange with the 7208 Model 1 or Model 11 attached to RS/6000 systems.

The Model 2 has an instantaneous data transfer rate of 245KBps second. When HDC is enabled the unattended save rate would typically be 1GB/Hr with 3.5GB of data stored per cartridge. The Model 12 has an instantaneous data transfer rate of 500KBps. When IDRC is enabled the unattended save rate would typically be 3GB/Hr with 10GB of data stored per cartridge. The Model 222 has a sustained data transfer rate of 500KBps. Using IDRC, maximum effective data transfer rate is up to 1 MBps, and capacity is up to 14GB of data stored per cartridge, depending on the type of data.

Maximums: See the AS/400 model summary table.

9348 Magnetic Tape Units

The 9348 is a streaming 1/2-inch reel-to-reel tape drive that provides save/restore, alternate IPL, program distribution and 1/2-inch reel tape interchange. The 9348 offers dual density of 1,600/6250bpi with an instantaneous data rate of 200KB per second at 1,600bpi and 781KB per second at 6,250bpi. The 9348 tape drive supports 1.5 mil thick tape media up to a maximum of 2400 feet.

Two 9348 Magnetic Tape Units can attach to a Removable Media Device Attachment Feature (#2621) on AS/400 Advanced Systems. The Model 1 is rack mounted and the Model 2 is a free-standing, table-top unit.

The 9348 Magnetic Tape Units include an attachment cable and terminator. Specify cable length as follows:

Maximums: See the AS/400 model summary table.

9427 8mm Tape Cartridge Library Models 210 and 211

The 9427 Models 210 and 211 are automated tape libraries supported on all AS/400 D, E, and F models (except Models D02 and E02), and on all AS/400 Advanced Series models. The 9427-210 is a stand-alone unit, and the 9427-211 is rack-mount unit that requires 14 EIA units and 1/2 of the horizontal rack space. Two Model 211 units can be placed in a rack, side-by-side. Each 9427 supports one or two 7GB 8mm tape drives. Up to twenty tape cartridges are supported. Optional features to support dual host channels, tape mirroring for fault tolerance, off-line host independent functions (tape copy and compare), and a label printer port will be available. Device performance is 1.5 MB/sec. The 9427 is available in black or white.

Tape cartridge capacity is 7GB and sustained data transfer rate is 500KBps. Using Improved Data Recording Capability (IDRC), maximum tape cartridge capacity is up to 14GB, and effective data transfer rate is up to 1 MBps, depending on the type of data. Total 9427 capacity is up to 280GB.

The 9427 can be used for save/restore, program distribution, migration, data interchange, automatic migration of data between DASD and tape, and mass storage for data archive. Full interchange of data is supported with the 7208-002, 7208-012 and 7208-232 tape drives, and the AS/400 Advanced Series internal 7GB 8mm tape units, using the proper tape density and 7208-002/012 tape media.

Media is handled in two, ten-cartridge magazines, which can easily be added to or removed from the tape library. Each library has a bar-code reader used to inventory the library contents, and a display on the front panel that is used for status and error codes. Keys located next to the display are used for selecting operating options. The 9427 has a front door of clear plastic so that the robotics, drives and cartridge tapes can be seen while in operation. The door has a key-lock for security.

Neither the 7GB 8mm Cartridge Tape unit located in the AS/400 system unit, nor the 7208-222, can be migrated to a 9427.

The 9427 is attached to the AS/400 via the Removable Media Device Attachment (#2621), with a maximum of one 9427 per #2621. The Removable Media Device Attachment (#2621) has two SCSI ports. The 9427 can attach to the #2621 using one or two ports (two ports are required for maximum performance of the 9427). If the 9427 is attached using only one SCSI port, then the other SCSI port can be used to attach other devices. A feature is available to support attachment to two systems with random access to cartridges, tape mirroring, offline tape copy and compare, and a label printer port.

Backup,Recovery and Media Services/400 (5763-BR1) is recommended to support automation in tape handling, media management, and automatic migration of data between tape and DASD based on user defined policies. For those developing unique library applications, OS/400 provides a library command interface.

Diskette Devices

9331-001 - 8-inch Diskette Unit (Rack Mounted)

9331-002 - 5.25-inch Diskette Unit (Rack Mounted)

9331 Diskette Unit Models 11 and 12

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 28, 2001)

The 9331 Model 11 is an eight-inch diskette drive packaged in a stand- alone unit. The eight-inch diskette unit allows the customer to migrate and exchange data with existing eight-inch diskette based systems and data entry devices such as System/36 Models 5360, 5362, System/38 Model 5382 System Units, and AS/400.

The 9331 Model 12 is a 5 1/4-inch diskette drive, also packaged in a stand-alone unit. The 5-1/4-inch diskette drive is used for data interchange with 5 1/4-inch based System/36 Model 5363 or 5364 and AS/400.

Remote Workstation Controllers

5251 Model 12

The 5251 Model 12 may be used to attach remote workstations. It is a workstation controller and communications unit for remote attachment of multiple display stations and printers. PC Support access by Personal Computers and Personal System/2s attached to the 5251 Model 12 will not be supported.

Note: Remote workstation controllers attach to the AS/400 via the communications subsystem features. The 5294 or the 5394 running in 5294 emulation mode, will not give IBM Personal Computers or Personal System/2s access to IBM PC Support/400.

5294

The 5294 Remote Control Unit can be used to attach up to eight 5250 type displays, printers, IBM Personal Computers and Personal System/2s, and Personal System/55 (AP only), to an AS/400 via a communications link. The function provided will be equivalent to that available on the System/36 and System/38 with the exception that PC Support access by Personal Computers and Personal System/2s attached to the 5294 will not be supported.

5394

The 5394 Remote Control Unit attaches up to sixteen 5250 type displays, printers, IBM Personal Computers and Personal System/2s, and Personal System/55 (AP only) to an AS/400 via a communications link. The function provided will be similar to that provided to the local workstations via the #6140 or #6040 local twinaxial workstation controllers.

5494 Remote Control Unit

The 5494 Remote Control Unit manages the operation of workstations and workstation communications to the AS/400. The IBM 5494-EXT replaces the IBM 5494-001 and the IBM 5494-002. The 5494 now has only one model, to which features are added customizing the 5494 for operational needs.

The 5494-EXT supports the attachment of up to 28 twinaxial devices. With the 5494 Twinaxial Expansion Kit installed, up to 56 twinaxial devices can communicate to the AS/400 through a Type 2.1 connection.

By installing the 5494 Token-Ring Adapter, the 5494-EXT has all the functional capabilities of the withdrawn 5494-002. It can communicate with an AS/400 system over a Token-Ring network while supporting up to 28 twinaxial devices, or can support Token-Ring attached devices while communicating with an AS/400 over an SDLC, X.21, or X.25 connection. In this configuration, the 5494 supports up to 80 devices of which up to 28 could be twinaxial attached and the rest Token-Ring attached.

The 5494 Ethernet Adapter supports IEEE 802.2 logical link control and IEEE 802.3 or DIX Version 2.0 frame format using a 10BASE2 (BNC), a 10BASE5 (15-pin D-SUB), or a 10BASE-T (RJ-45) connector. The 5494 Ethernet AUI Cable allows the attachment to an Ethernet Network using thick coaxial (10BASE5) cabling. Ethernet support allows the 5494 to be used as a gateway to an Ethernet LAN or attach to an AS/400 System via an Ethernet Network.

Multiconnectors

5299 Multiconnector and TTPA Adapter

The 5299 Multiconnector and Twinaxial to Telephone Twisted Pair Adapter (TTPA) may be used with appropriate telephone wiring. Initial and ongoing site cabling costs may be reduced with this wiring option.

Model Conversions

Available Model Conversions to 9402 Model 436

9402 Model 236 can be converted to Model 436. Model 436 cannot be converted to any other model.


Technical Description

Physical Specifications

Physical Specifications - System Unit:

Height: 500mm (19.7 in)

Depth: 723mm (28.5 in)

Depth: 806mm (31.7 in) (Including Expansion Unit)

Width: 205mm (8.1 in) (Excluding pedestal)

Width: 307mm (12.1 in) (Including pedestal)

Width: 380mm (15.0 in) (With Expansion Unit, excluding pedestals)

Width: 431mm (17.0 in) (With Expansion Unit, including pedestals)

Weight: 29.5kg (65 lbs) (Without Expansion Unit)

Weight: 54.4kg (120 lbs) (With Expansion Unit)

Voltage: The 9402 Model 436 System Unit can operate at either low voltage (100-127 VAC) or high voltage (200-240 VAC). The appropriate system power cord will automatically be supplied based on the three-digit country code. If other than the default option is required, specify: #2960 for the 120-Volt Power Cord, or #2961 for the 240-Volt Power Cord.

Physical Specifications - Transition Data Link

Height: 75mm (3.0 in)

Depth: 250mm (10.0 in)

Width: 190mm (7.5 in)

Weight: 2.3kg (5.0 lbs)

Voltage: The Transition Data Link can operate at either low voltage (100-127 VAC) or high voltage (200-240 VAC). The appropriate power cord will automatically be supplied based on the System Unit specifications.

Physical Specifications - Diskette Unit

 Diskette Unit Power Unit
 Height: 4.8mm (1.9 in) 4.8mm (1.9 in)
 Width: 14.7mm (5.8 in) 8.2mm (3.3 in)
 Depth: 27.5mm (10.9 in) 13.0mm (5.2 in)
 Weight: 2.5kg (5 lbs) .5kg (2 lb)
 

Voltage: The Diskette Unit can operate at either low voltage (100-127 VAC) or high voltage (200-240 VAC). The appropriate system power cord will automatically be supplied based on System Unit specification.

The power cord is 1.8 meters (6 feet) long. The power cable between the diskette unit and its power unit is also 1.8 meters (6 feet) long. The signal cable between the system unit and the diskette unit is 2.4 meters (8 feet) long.

Operating Environment

Temperature: 10 to 37.8 degrees C (50 to 100 degrees F)

Relative Humidity: 8 to 80%*

Wet Bulb: 23 degrees C (73.4 degrees F)

* All tape media used on the 9402 have a relative humidity range of 20 to 80%.

Acoustics: 9402 Model 436 System Unit, the Transitional Data Link, and the Diskette Unit, is acoustically designed for use in "quiet office" areas such as private offices, libraries, classrooms and conference and meeting rooms.

Refer to the Planning Information manual, SA21-9638 for additional technical planning information.

Limitations

IBM AS/400 Advanced 36 does not support the following System/36 supported devices or features:

         1255 MICR

SSP operating system on AS/400 Advanced 36 does not support the following features that are available in the System/36 Environment on AS/400 Advanced System:

         ASCII Displays (Unless attached via Link Protocol Converter or OS/400 is installed)

Hardware Requirements

The minimum system configuration for a 9402 Model 436 consists of a system unit and a system console. The system console may include any supported display or IBM Personal Computer emulating a supported display attached to a workstation controller (twinaxial). The console should be located within six meters (20 feet) of the system control panel which must be viewable from the console. Although required, the system console is not a component of the base system unit.

If your printer is an IPDS (non-SCS) printer, it will not be recognized by the Dedicated Service Tools (DST). A printer is not required for DST, but is recommended.

Battery backup is not part of the base unit, and an uninterruptible power system is recommended. Refer to the "New Device Support" section for more information.

Although not required for hardware service, IBM's ability to service the system is greatly enhanced when a voice telephone is available within view of the system. The telephone must not be connected to phone mail or an answering machine, since the ability to receive calls on this telephone is important in the event support personnel need to reach the customer engineer. This telephone line is in addition to any that may be installed to send or receive data through a communications line.

Software Requirements

IBM As/400 Advanced 36 requires the support of SSP Release 7.5 (5716-SSP). V3R6 OS/400 is optional.


Publications

The following publications are shipped with AS/400 Advanced 36 system unit. Additional copies are available.

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 Order
 Title Number
 ------------------------------------------------- ------------
 Fast Path Installation - 9402 Model 436 SA41-4138
 9402/9404 Models 4XX Prob Analysis, Repair...(1) SY44-4941
 AS/400 Safety Inspection(1) SY44-4943
 Safety Information(2) SA41-4139
 Transition Data Link User's Guide(3) SC21-8372
 Service Functions(1) SY44-4902
 AS/400 Cable Attachment SA41-4137
 SSP System Problem Determination SC21-8296
 
(1) Shipped with Non-U.S./Canada machines only.
 (2) Shipped with Non-U.S. machines only.
 (3) Shipped with TDL feature only.
 

Promotional Material

The following are available electronically on HONE via DEMOSPRES:

 AS/400 Advanced 36 Announcement Overview G326-0499
 AS/400 Advanced 36 Planning and Reference Handbook SA21-9656
 Solutions with AS/400 Advanced 36
 Order Form and Instructions
 Installation Checklists
 Handbook Addendum
 AS/400 Advanced 36 Specification Sheet G221-4477
 

The Handbook Addendum file, if present, contains any last-minute information not available at the time SA21-9656 was printed.

Order Planning

AS/400 Advanced 36 hardware and software technical reference, SSP and OS/400 coexistence, publications, planning, and ordering information is available in the AS/400 Planning and Reference Handbook SA21-9656. This publication is available in hard copy, on CD-ROM, and Internet. An online copy SA219656 can be printed from the HONE tools disks (DEMOSPRES). Order forms, instructions, and installation checklists are available as separate files. This information should be reviewed prior to placing an order.


Features -- Specify/Special/Exchange

No Charge Specify Codes

Upgrade Specify Codes/Options

(#0203) Side by Side Install:   This no-charge specify code is used to alert IBM service representatives of the intention to install a new system concurrently with an existing system, and over time, move applications to the new system. This method may be used when adding a system to an existing complex or network, or when a replaced system is being moved to another location. AS/400 Roadmap for Changing to PowerPC Technology (SA41-4150) describes this option in detail. IBM services are also available for a charge.

Alternate IPL Specify Codes

One of the following specify codes must be entered on the system order to describe which tape drive will be used for the alternate IPL device. The choice should match the type of media that was selected for software distribution.

Mirrored System Specify Codes

         #0040 Mirrored System - Disk Unit Level Protection

When added to an initial order, this specify code will cause the order to fail if sufficient DASD is not ordered to support device level mirrored protection. On upgrade orders, a warning message will be generated during installation of the upgrade if sufficient DASD is not available to support device level protection across the system.

When added to an initial order, this specify code will cause the order to fail if non-RAID DASD is ordered. On upgrade orders, a warning message will be generated during installation if a RAID capable DASD without RAID enabled is encountered.

Removable Media Attachment Specify Codes

One of the following Tape/Optical migration codes can be selected to reserve an IOP in the appropriate location. These are used when a device is being attached that was not on the order. These codes are not required when placing a new order for the tape drive except for those marked with an asterisk.

         Standalone Tape Devices (reserves an IOP slot)

o        #0019 3995 Optical Library Attachment *

o        #0021 7208-XXX Lcl Src Stnd Alone *

o        #0024 9348-002 Lcl Src Stnd Alone

o        #0027 3490-CXX Shared (For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 31, 1999)

o        #0035 9427-210 Lcl Src Stnd Alone

o        #0038 3590-B11/B1A Shared

If one of the following tape devices is being ordered, the configurator will add the appropriate specify code to the order. These codes are required because the plant of manufacture is not the same as the system unit.

Complete Specify Code

(#5520) Complete System:   (For IBM US, No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

If #5520 is specified, the order must pass the plant validation program. The order will have all the IBM recommended prerequisites included. #5520 is the configurator default.

Specify Codes for Language Sensitive Documentation and Panel Overlays

All system orders require a language specify code. A language specify code is required on all model upgrade orders regardless if one is already on the install record. Some features may have country specific usage.

Miscellaneous Specify Codes

(#0210) Memory Return Instruction Specify:   This specify code is used to ensure that the proper RMER and CE instructions are used for special memory returns as applicable. If an order contains a special memory transition offering, the configurator will ask if #0210 should be added.

Special Feature Codes -- Chargeable

Optional Features

Feature Descriptions

Main Storage Features

(#3110, #9110) 64MB Main Storage:   Provides an additional 64MB of memory.

(#3172, #4172) 32MB Main Storage:   (For IBM US, #4172 No Longer Available as of August 31, 1998)

Provides an additional 32MB of memory. Supported for upgrades from a Model 236. New Model 436 orders should use #3182.

(#3182, #9282) 32MB Main Storage:   (For #3182 for IBM US, No Longer Available as of May 31, 2001)

Provides an additional 32MB of memory.

The above features are supported as follows:

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 #3182
 #9282
 On #3172 #3110 Total
 Processor #4172 #8210 Max
 Main (32MB) (64MB) Total Main
 Feature Storage* Supported Supported Supported Storage
 ------- --------- --------- ---------- --------- --------
 2102 32 3 3 3 224MB
 
2104 32 3 3 3 224MB
 
Note: * Cannot be removed.
 
#3182
 #9282 #3110
 On #3172 #8210 Total
 Processor #4172 #9110 Max
 Main (32MB) ( 64MB) Total Main
 Feature Storage Supported Supported Supported Storage
 ------- --------- -------- ---------- --------- --------
 2106 0 4 4 4 256MB
 
Note: In the Model 436 with feature processor #2106, memory cards
 must be installed in pairs -- two 32MB cards, or two 64MB cards.
 

Disk, Tape, and Diskette Features

(#2621) Removable Media Device Attachment:   (For IBM US, No Longer Available as of June 30, 2000)

This feature is a Differential SCSI adapter. It provides attachment capability and hardware data compression for the following devices:

One #2621 supports the following combinations of tape/optical devices:

         One or two 9348

Note: SSP only systems support the 9348 tape unit. Other tape units require OS/400. One or two tape units are supported.

Card slots required: One. Maximum: Six.

(#2624) Storage Device Controller:   (For IBM US, No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

Attaches additional tape drives to the #7117 Expansion Unit and supports a diskette adapter that drives an external diskette unit.

One feature #2624 is required to support the second, third, or fourth internal tape drive on the system.

This feature can concurrently support a #6146 diskette adapter to attach a second external diskette unit.

Card Slots: One. Maximum: One.

Note: Requires OS/400

Disk Features

9402 Model 436 has a base disk unit storage of 1.03GB (#9605) or 1.96GB (#9606) depending on the package purchased. Up to four disk units are supported in the base system unit. To attach another eight disk units either the #6523 Storage Device Controller or the #6522 Disk Unit Controller for RAID is required.

Disk units available for 9402 Model 436:

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

Additional disk units supported when upgrading 9402 Model 236 to 9402 Model 436:

The maximum disk unit features supported are as follows:

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 Base GB Maximum Maximum
 Disk Positions Available Disk
Package Storage for Feature Disk Units Storage
------- -------- ---------------------- -------------------
A (#0114) 1.03 11** 50.3GB***
B (#0115) 1.96 11** 50.3GB***
C (#0116) two 1.96 10* 50.3GB***
 
Note: Adding a third or fourth disk unit to package A will require
 installation of a #5135 expansion unit feature power supply.
 
* If #6523 Storage Device Controller or #6522 Disk Unit Controller
 for RAID are added.
** If #7117 Integrated Package Expansion Unit plus either #6523 or
 #6522 are added.
*** Maximum disk storage requires replacement of the base disk storage.
 

(#6522) Disk Unit Controller for RAID:   (For IBM US, No Longer Available as of June 30, 2000)

This feature provides attachment and RAID 5 protection for up to eight additional disk units installed in the #7117/9117 Integrated Package Expansion Unit. Mixing different internal disk features on the same controller is supported. Disk units attached with #6522 may also be mirrored and/or be unprotected if RAID 5 is not required.

A minimum of four drives of the same capacity are needed for a valid configuration using the RAID 5 disk unit controller. A 1.03GB, 1.96GB, or 4.19GB disk unit can be RAID 5 protected with this controller. Card slots used: One. Maximum: One. Prerequisite: #7117 or #9117. Limitation: Cannot be installed with #6523 Storage Device Controller.

(#6523) Storage Device Controller:   (For IBM US, No Longer Available as of June 30, 2000)

This feature provides attachment for up to eight additional disk units installed in the #7117/9117 Integrated Package Expansion Unit. Card slots used: One. Maximum: One. Prerequisite: #7117 or #9117. Limitation: Cannot be installed with #6522 Disk Unit Controller for RAID.

Tape Features

(#2644) 3490 Magnetic Tape Attachment/HP:   (For IBM US, No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

This feature provides a S/370 Channel interface for tape attachment. card Slots Required: One. Maximum: One.

#9980 (Serpentine Cable) is required for attaching all #2644 supported devices except the 3490E-CXX, The 3490E-CXX is attached using #9980, when "External Cables" were ordered on the 3490E-CXX. When "Internal Cables" were ordered on the 3490E-CXX, the #9980 is not required.

Note: Requires OS/400

(#6335) 840MB QIC Mini Tape Unit:   The 840MB QIC Mini Tape Unit is a feature for the system or expansion unit. It provides a lower priced alternative, and a convenient, smaller- sized tape cartridge than the traditional QIC devices. It can be used for save/restore, alternate IPL, software distribution, migration and data interchange. Using the QIC-3040-MC recording format, tape cartridge capacity is 840MB. With Hardware Data Compression (HDC), maximum tape cartridge capacity is up to 1.6GB. Sustained data transfer rate is 300KBps. Alternate IPL and IBM software distribution are not supported on the 436 models. Attachment is with the MFIOP in system units. System expansion units attachment is via feature #2624. OS/400 is required. Maximum: Three.

Note: Requires OS/400

(#6380, #9380) 2.5GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape Unit:   (For #6380, For IBM US, No Longer Available as of June 30, 2000)

The 2.5GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape Unit provides read/write compatibility through all supported AS/400 1/4-Inch Cartridge (QIC) tape formats, meeting customer needs for compatible QIC media interchange.

The 2.5GB 1/4-inch Cartridge Tape Unit supports the following media and formats:

         Read and write up to 2.5GB of data in QIC-2GB format on IBM DC9250 Data Cartridge media with error correction capability incorporated into the data

The 2.5GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape Unit has an effective data rate of 300KBps when operating in the QIC-2GB or QIC-1000 format, 200KBps when operating in the QIC-525 format and 120KBps when operating in the QIC-120 format.

Note: #9380 is included in all packages. If OS/400 is installed, up to three 2.5GB 1/4-inch cartridge tape unit can be installed using #6380.

(#6390) 7GB 8mm Cartridge Tape Unit:   The 7GB 8mm Cartridge Tape Unit is a helical scan, high-capacity, streaming tape drive. Sustained data transfer rate is 500KBps. The tape unit includes data compression hardware using an adaptation of IBM's IDRC algorithm which provides an effective capacity of up to 14GB per cartridge and an effective transfer rate of 1MBps, depending on the type of data transferred. Error Correction Code (ECC) is used to maintain data integrity. HDC is supported. The tape unit can be used for save/restore, alternate IPL, program distribution, migration, and 8mm cartridge tape interchange.

The 7GB 8mm Cartridge Tape Unit uses the same media and cleaning cartridge as the 7208 Models 2 and 12. Full interchange of data is supported with the 7208 Models 2 and 12 on the AS/400 9402, 9404, and 9406 using the proper tape density. Maximum: Three.

Note: Requires OS/400

(#6501) Tape/Disk Device Controller:   (For IBM US, No Longer Available as of July 31, 2001)

This feature provides a SCSI interface for tape attachment. Maximum number of tapes drives per IOP is two. Card slots required: One. Maximum: One.

Note: Requires OS/400

Diskette Features

On SSP only AS/400 Advanced 36, only a single external diskette drive may be attached, using one of the following:

         #6135 feature (described below) which provides an externally attached 5 1/4-inch diskette drive (requires # 6146 described below)

With OS/400 a second diskette adapter #6146 may be attached to a #2624 Storage Device Controller.

(#6135) Diskette 5 1/4-inch (Not available in Japan):   (For IBM US, No Longer Available as of August 31, 1998)

This feature provides one external 5 1/4-inch diskette drive. Requires attachment to a #6146 Diskette Adapter. Maximum: One.

(#6146) Diskette Adapter:   (For IBM US, No Longer Available as of August 31, 1998)

This feature is required to support any of the supported external diskette drives. It requires the communications/diskette position on the MFIOP. On orders for installed systems with OS/400, if both of the two adapter positions on the MFIOP are used for communications adapters, one of the adapters must be moved to #2623 Six-Line Communications Controller (which may have to ordered and be installed). Maximum: One.

Workstation Features

The 9402 Model 436 supports 5250-type workstations if only SSP is installed. If OS/400 is also installed ASCII workstations can also be supported.

The following table shows the maximum number of each type of workstation controller and devices supported (including the #9172 Base MFIOP/Twinaxial Workstation Controller shipped with each package).

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 Twinaxial ASCII System Total
 --------- ------- ------------
 Controllers
 if SSP only 4 0 4
 if SSP and OS/400 7 6 7
 Maximum devices attachable
 if SSP only 160 0 160
 if SSP and OS/400 280 108 280
 

Twinaxial workstation attachments are supported by the following configurations:

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 Number of Required Number of Twinaxial
 Base Features #6050 IOP Slots Workstations Supported
 ------------- ----------- ---------- ----------------------
 #9172, #9480 0 0 1 - 40
 #9172, #9480 1* 1 1 - 80
 #9172, #9480 2 2 1 - 120
 #9172, #9480 3 3 1 - 160
 
#9172, #9480 4 4 1 - 200 (with OS/400)
 #9172, #9480 5 5 1 - 240 (with OS/400)
 #9172, #9480 6 6 1 - 280 (with OS/400)
 
* or one #9050
 

(#6050, #9050) Enhanced Twinaxial Workstation Controller:   (For #6050 for IBM US, No Longer Available as of May 31, 2001)

(For IBM US, #9050 No Longer Available as of August 31, 1998)

This feature is an 8-port twinaxial workstation controller and workstation adapter with a 6.1-meter (20-foot) attachment cable for attaching 5250-type displays and printers. Up to 40 devices may be supported.

Card slots used: One per #6050
Maximum: Three if SSP only
 Six if OS/400 is installed
 

(#6141) ASCII Workstation Controller:   This feature provides a six-port workstation controller and workstation adapter with 3 meter (10 foot) attachment cable for attaching ASCII displays and printers. Each #6141 can support attachment of up to six ASCII devices.

Maximum: 6
IOP slots required: One per #6141
Note: Requires OS/400
 

(#6142) ASCII 12-Port Workstation Attachment::   This feature provides an additional 12-ports to the six provided with #6141. One #6142 may be attached to each #6141.

Maximum: 6
Prerequisite: #6141 ASCII Workstation Controller or
 #9171 Standard ASCII Workstation Controller
Limitations: One #6142 per #6141
Note: Requires OS/400
 

(#6148) Eight-Port Twinaxial Expansion:   (For IBM US, No Longer Available as of June 30, 2000)

This feature replaces the two twinaxial ports on a base twinaxial system with a 20-ft attachment cable providing eight twinaxial ports. Each port supports seven attached devices allowing the base twinaxial controller to support a total of 40 active devices. Prerequisites: Base Twinaxial Workstation Controller specify (#9172). Maximum: One.

Communications Features

Maximum Communications Lines by Model

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 Total Total
 Operating Comm Hi-Speed V.35
Model System Lines Lines (1) lines
---------- --------- ----- -------- ------
236 SSP only 8 1 1
436 SSP only 8 1 1
436 SSP and OS/400 20 6 6
Notes:
 
1. High-speed lines are X.21/V.35 lines which support BSC, X.25,
 and SDLC at speeds greater than 19.2Kbps up through 64Kbps.
 With OS/400, ISDN adapter may also be used which counts as two lines.
2. With OS/400, a maximum of two #2666 High-Speed Communications
 Adapter and #2623 Six-Line Communications Controller features may be
 attached supporting T1/E1/J1 lines. #2623 supports up to three V.35
 SDLC lines for attachment to T1/E1/J1 facilities through appropriate
 Data Communications Equipment (DCE).
 

Communications Controllers

(#2623) Six-Line Communications Controller:   The Six-line Communications Controller provides for the attachment of the following communications adapters:

* Requires OS/400

One #2623 will support one of the following combinations of adapters:

         Two ISDN adapters

Each #2623/#9323 requires one I/O card slot. Maximum: Six.

Communications Adapters

(#2605) ISDN Basic Rate Interface Adapter:   (For IBM US, No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

This feature consists of an adapter and one 50-foot cable used to attach one communications line to an ISDN network. The ISDN Basic Rate Interface supported by #2605 contains two high-speed ISDN user channels. Not supported in CANADA.

Note: Requires OS/400.

(#2609, #8609, #9609) EIA 232/V.24 Two-Line Adapter:   (#2609)(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

This feature consists of an adapter and a 10-ft two-connector stub cable used to attach two communication lines using async, BSC, SDLC, or X.25 protocols. Feature 8609 is an option to the base one-line adapter included with package A for Electronic Customer Support (ECS) connection. Specify one of the following cables:

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

Additionally specify one of the following cables for the 2nd line:

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

(#2610) X.21 Two-Line Adapter:   (For IBM US, No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

This feature consists of an adapter and a 10-ft two-connector stub cable used to attach two communication lines to an X.21 network. Specify two of the following cables:

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

(#2612, #9612) EIA 232/V.24 One Line Adapter:   (For IBM US, #2612 No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

(For IBM US, #9612 No Longer Available as of October 30, 1998)

Feature #2612 consists of an adapter used to support one communication line using async, BSC, SDLC or X.25 protocol. Feature #9612 is the plant-install version. Specify one of the following cables:

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

Note: Requires OS/400

(#2613) V.35 One-Line Adapter:   (For IBM US, No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

This feature consists of an adapter used to support one V.35 Communication line using BSC, SDLC, or X.25 protocols. Specify one of the following cables:

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

(#2614) X.21 One-Line Adapter:   (For IBM US, No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

This feature consists of an adapter used to attach one communication line to an X.21 or X.25 network. Specify one of the following cables:

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

Note: Requires OS/400

(#2666) High-Speed Communications Adapter:   This feature provides AS/400 with one communications line capable of T1/E1/J1 (1.544/2.048/1.544Mbps) speeds. This feature consists of a card, a wrap connector, and a cable. Three physical interface types are offered. The cable type plugged into the adapter determines which interface will be used. One of the following cables must be specified when ordering feature #2666:

* For line speeds up to 64Kbps only

# These cables will be allowed only if your DCE (modem) supports "Looped Clocking" mode.

If you want to change after initial installation, these cable are also offered as accessories. I/O Card Slots used: One Maximum: Two.

Note: Requires OS/400.

LAN Features

(#2617) Ethernet/IEEE 802.3 Network Adapter/HP:   The Ethernet/IEEE 802.3 Adapter/HP provides a single attachment to one Carrier Sense Multiple Access/Collision Detect LAN.

The feature consists of an adapter card and internal code that supplies Ethernet version 2 and IEEE 802.3 Media Access Control (MAC) plus IEEE 802.2 Logical Link Control (LLC) functions.

Cables: Procure the Attachment Unit Interface (AUI) cable from an Ethernet supplier to connect between the adapter and the Ethernet/IEEE 802.3 transceiver.

Note: Requires OS/400

(#2618) Fiber Distributed Data Interface Adapter:   (For IBM US, No Longer Available as of June 30, 1998)

This feature provides one interface to connect an AS/400 System to an FDDI LAN, which complies with ANSI X3T9.5 and ISO 9314 standards. Feature #2618 consists of a card, a wrap connector, and Licensed Internal Code, which supplies IEEE 802.2 Logical Link Control (LLC), ANSI X3T9.5/ISO 9314 Media Access Control (MAC) functions, and ANSI X3T9.5 Station Management (SMT) functions (draft version 7.2 level, which is compatible with version 6.2).

I/O Card Slots Used: One. Maximums: One

Cables: The FDDI Adapter requires multimode (62.5/125 micron) FDDI optical fiber jumper cables to connect the adapter into the FDDI ring. These jumper cables are not provided with this feature. Jumper cables are the responsibility of the customer and may be ordered from your local authorized IBM cabling distributor.

Note: Requires OS/400

(#2619) 16/4Mbps Token-Ring Network Adapter/HP:   The 16/4Mbps Token-Ring Network Adapter/HP feature provides a single attachment to either a 16Mbps or a 4Mbps IBM Token-Ring Network. The feature consists of an adapter card, internal code which, supplies IEEE 802.5 MAC and IEEE 802.2 LLC functions, and an external 2.44-meter (8-foot) cable. The standard IBM Cabling System patch cables can increase the length where necessary.

I/O Card Slots Used: One. Maximums: Two

Cables: One Token-Ring Network attachment 2.44-meter (8-foot) cable.

Note: Requires OS/400

(#2626) 16/4Mbps Token-Ring Network Adapter/A:   The 16/4Mbps Token-Ring Network Adapter/A feature provides a single attachment to either a 16Mbps or a 4Mbps IBM Token-Ring Network. The feature consists of an adapter card, internal code which supplies IEEE 802.5 MAC and IEEE 802.2 LLC functions, and an external 2.5-meter (8-foot) cable. The standard IBM Cabling System patch cables can increase the length where necessary.

OS/400 configuration parameters are used to select either the 16 or 4Mbps rate. Early token release can be enabled or disabled when the 16Mbps rate is selected. These controls allow you to migrate easily from a 4 to a 16Mbps Token-Ring Network.

I/O Card Slots Used: One. Maximums: Two

(#2663) I/O Attachment Processor:   This feature provides the communications hardware base for the AS/400 Wireless LAN Adapter (#2668). The two features are integrated in a single hardware package to operate as a unit. Feature #2663 consists of a new I/O processor card that provides a connection to feature #2668. Operating System/400* Version 3 Release 1, or later, is required.

The I/O Attachment Processor is a prerequisite for feature #2668. Refer to feature #2668 for usage guidelines and maximums.

I/O card slots required: One (shared with feature #2668). Maximum: Two.

Note: Requires OS/400

(#2723) PCI Ethernet IOA:   (For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 28, 2001)

The PCI Ethernet IOA provides single attachment to one Carrier Sense Multiple Access/Collision Detect Local Area Network. An adapter card and internal code supply Ethernet Version 2 and IEEE 802.3 Media Access Control (MAC) plus IEEE 802.2 Logical Link Control (LLC) functions. The Ethernet/IEEE 802.3 IOA can operate in half-or full-duplex mode.

#2723 has a RJ45 connector and a 15 pin D-Shell connector for attachment of customer-supplied cabling. A vendor AUI Ethernet cable or RJ45 twisted-pair cable must be ordered separately.

Prerequisites: #6617 (Integrated PC Server). OS/400 V4R2. I/O Card Slots Used: None. #6617 PCI slots used: One.

(#2724) PCI 16/4Mbps Token-Ring IOA:   The PCI 16/4Mbps Token-Ring IOA provides a single attachment to either a 16Mbps or a 4Mbps IBM Token-Ring Network. An IOA card and internal code supply IEEE 802.5 MAC and IEEE 802.2 LLC functions. The 16/4 Token-Ring IOA can operate in half-or full-duplex mode.

#2724 includes a 2.44-meter (8-foot) token-ring cable. Alternatively, you can attach a separately purchased twisted-pair cable to the RJ45 connection on the IOA. The standard IBM Cabling System patch cables can increase the length where necessary.

Prerequisites: #6617 (Integrated PC Server). OS/400 V4R2. I/O Card Slots Used: None. #6617 PCI slots used: One.

(#2838) PCI 100/10Mbps Ethernet IOA:   The PCI 100/10Mbps Ethernet IOA feature will allow the AS/400 to attach to standardized 100Mbps high speed Ethernet LANs and also allow attachment to existing 10Mbps Ethernet LANs. The adapter comes with an RJ45 connector for attachment to UTP-5 media. This adapter requires the OS/400 V4R1.

If #2838 is selected to be run on a #6617 (Integrated PC Server), then one #0222 (100/10Mbps Ethernet on IPCS) is required for each #2838 selected. Prerequisite: #2810 (LAN/WAN IOP), or #6617 (Integrated PC Server.

File Server I/O Processor (FSIOP)

The File Server I/O Processor, along with supporting AS/400 software, provides a high performance, client-centered file system. This file system provides access to client platforms such as OS/2, Windows and DOS attached to Token-Ring and Ethernet LANs. The file system can also be accessed by AS/400 host applications and provide LAN communications to AS/400 applications using TCP/IP and APPN.

The FSIOP can leverage OS/2 LAN server implementations to provide fast file serving performance on LANs.

The FSIOP consists of various initial order configurations that can be upgraded in the field using separate memory and second-port upgrade features. The following initial configuration features can be ordered:

The following features are available for upgrading the capability of File Server I/O Processors:

         #6509 - Additional 16 MB FSIOP Memory From one to three features may be installed up to the FSIOP memory maximum of 64 MB. OS/400 is required.

Each LAN port can be configured to support one of the following interfaces:

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 Protocol Connector Media
 -------------------- ------------- ---------------
 4/16 Mbps Token-Ring 9-pin D-Shell STP
 4/16 Mbps Token-Ring RJ45 UTP
 10 Mbps Ethernet 15-pin D-Shell 10Base5 / AUI
 10 Mbps Ethernet 15-pin D-Shell 10Base2 / External
 Transceiver
 10 Mbps Ethernet RJ45 10BaseT
 

Cables: One or two of the following LAN cables are included with the FSIOP and should be specified when ordering. One cable is included with a One-Port FSIOP and upgrade feature #6520. Two cables are included with the Two-Port FSIOPs. (Note: If using the RJ45 connection, a specify cable is not required.)

(For IBM US, No Longer Available as of March 31, 1999)

The File Server I/O Processor features require the support of OS/400 Version 3 Release 1.0, or later. Each FSIOP feature also requires the licensed program, LAN Server/400 (5763-XZ1). Refer to Software Announcement 194-NNN (RFA 22873), dated May 3, 1994, for additional information.

Card slots required: Two.

(#6617) Integrated PC Server:   (For IBM US, No Longer Available as of May 31, 1999)

The Integrated PC Server (#6617) is the next step in the evolution of the IBM's File Serving IOP (FSIOP) family. It includes a 200MHz Pentium Pro processor, four IOP memory slots, and three LAN IOA slots. #6617 comes with a special cable that converts the connector on the back of the card to industry-standard keyboard, mouse, serial and parallel connectors, for use with Windows NT Server.

Each IOP memory card slot can contain either a 32MB IOP memory card or a 128MB IOP memory card producing a total IOP memory capacity ranging from 32MB to 512MB. At least one memory card is required. A minimum of 64MB is required to run Windows NT Server. The feature numbers for the IOP memory cards are as follows:

Each LAN IOA slot can contain a PCI Token-Ring IOA, a PCI Ethernet IOA or the PCI 100/10Mbps Ethernet IOA. The Integrated PC Server can support two IOAs in any combination. At least one LAN IOA feature is required. Max of two 100/10Mpbs Ethernet IOAs. The features for the LAN IOAs are as follows:

Two PCI slots can be used for Integrated PC Server functions. Two of the three PCI slots can support native AS/400 functions. Max of one 100/10Mbps Ethernet IOA in the two native AS/400 slots.

If #2838 or #9738 is selected, then #0222 (100/10Mbps Ethernet on IPCS) is required for each #2839/#9738 selected to run on the #6617.

If running NT operating system on #6617, then;

http://www.as400.ibm.com

A display, keyboard, and mouse are required to install NT on feature #6617.

If running other than NT on #6617, then #0325, #1700, and display are not allowed. Only two PCI slots can be used for Integrated PC Server functions. Both can support native AS/400 functions. Maximum of one #0222 in the two native AS/400 slots.

OS/400 V4R2, or later, is required.

(#6618) Integrated Netfinity Server for AS/400:   The Integrated Netfinity Server (#6618) contains a 333MHz Pentium II processor, four main storage slots, and three LAN IOA slots.

Each memory card slot can contain either a 32MB memory card, a 128MB memory card, or a 256MB memory card producing a total memory capacity ranging from 32MB to 1GB. At least one memory card is required. The feature numbers for the memory cards are as follows:

Each LAN IOA slot can contain a PCI Token-Ring IOA, a PCI Ethernet IOA, or the PCI 100/10Mbps Ethernet IOA. The Integrated Netfinity Server can support all three IOAs in any combination, with a maximum of two #2838/#9738. At least one LAN IOA feature is required. The features for the LAN IOAs are as follows:

Note:

All three PCI slots can be used for Netfinity server functions. Two of the three PCI slots can support native AS/400 functions.

#6618 requires three IOP slots. #6618 cannot be placed in #5044 (System Unit Expansion Rack).

If running NT operating system on #6618, then;

If running OS/2 operating system on #6618, then;

If running Novell NetWare on the #6618, a maximum of 256MB IOP memory is supported.

OS/400 V4R2 with PTF package C8349420, or later, or V4R3 with PTF package C8349430, or later, is required.

Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) Features

(#2811) PCI 25Mbps UTP ATM:   (For IBM US, No Longer Available as of May 31, 1999)

#2811 is a 25Mbps ATM PCI card that allows the AS/400 to be attached into an ATM network using Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) cabling. #2811 is a good choice if you want the benefits from the scheduling, low- latency, and wide inter-connectivity of ATM, but do not require bit rates higher than 25Mbps. In addition, many buildings are already wired with UTP category 3 cabling. #2811 will typically be used where 25 Mbps speeds are required over distances of less than 100 meters.

Prerequisites: Feature #2810 (LAN/WAN IOP) I/O card slots used: None. Maximum: One. OS/400 V4R2, or later, is required.

(#2812) PCI 45Mbps Coax T3/DS3 ATM:   (For IBM US, No Longer Available as of May 31, 1999)

#2812 is a 45Mbps ATM PCI card that allows the AS/400 to be attached into an ATM network using coax cabling and the T3/DS-3 interface. #2812 is a good choice if you want more performance than available on the 25Mbps ATM but do not require the 155Mbps performance level. #2812 also has lower initial connection cost and lower ongoing tariffs. #2812 will typically be used where 45Mbps speeds are required over distances of less than 137 meters. This feature may not be available in all countries.

Prerequisites: Feature #2810 (LAN/WAN IOP) I/O card slots used: None. Maximum: One. OS/400 V4R2, or later, is required.

(#2815) PCI 155Mbps UTP OC3 ATM:   (For IBM US, No Longer Available as of May 31, 2001)

#2815 is a 155Mbps ATM PCI card that allows the AS/400 to be attached into an ATM network using the UTP-5 interface. This interface is intended for connection to local area switches and direct connection to service provider equipment. #2815 will typically be used where 155Mbps speeds are required over distances of less than 100 meters.

Prerequisites: Feature #2810 (LAN/WAN IOP) I/O card slots used: None. Maximum: One. OS/400 V4R2, or later, is required.

(#2816) PCI 155Mbps MMF ATM:   (For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 28, 2001)

#2816 is a 155Mbps ATM PCI card that allows the AS/400 to be attached into an ATM network using the Multi-Mode Fiber (MMF) 62.5-micron interface. This interface is intended for connection to both local area switches and direct connection to service provider equipment. #2815 will typically be used where 155Mbps speeds are required over distances of less than 2 km.

Prerequisites: Feature #2810 (LAN/WAN IOP) I/O card slots used: None. Maximum: One. OS/400 V4R2, or later, is required.

(#2818) PCI 155Mbps SMF OC3 ATM:   (For IBM US, No Longer Available as of May 31, 2001)

#2818 is a 155Mbps ATM PCI card that allows the AS/400 to be attached into an ATM network using the Single-Mode Fiber (SMF) 9-micron interface. This interface is intended primarily for direct connection to service provider equipment but can be used for local area switches. #2818 will typically be used where 155Mbps speeds are required over distances of from 16 km to 40 km.

Prerequisites: Feature #2810 (LAN/WAN IOP) I/O card slots used: None. Maximum: One. OS/400 V4R2, or later, is required.

(#2819) PCI 34Mbps Coax E3 ATM:   (No Longer Available as of May 31, 1999)

#2819 is a 34Mbps ATM PCI card that allows the AS/400 to be attached into an ATM network using coax cabling and the E3 interface. #2819 is a good choice if you want more performance than available on the 25Mbps ATM but don't require the 155Mbps performance level. #2819 also has lower initial connection cost and lower ongoing tariffs. #2819 is typically used where 34Mbps speeds are required over distances of less than 137 meters. This feature may not be available in all countries.

Prerequisites: Feature #2810 (LAN/WAN IOP) I/O card slots used: None. Maximum: One. OS/400 V4R2, or later, is required.

Miscellaneous Features

(#0059) Transition Data Link:   (For IBM US, No Longer Available as of June 30, 2000)

The IBM Transition Data Link (TDL) is a stand-alone device that offers a twinaxial cable data path between IBM twinaxial systems. The TDL allows for easy migration of data from one system to another. The systems are connected via their respective local twinaxial workstation controllers. The TDL, together with the IBM Transition Aid Program, provides for data send/receive functions between systems. Data is transferred between the two systems at the system workstation controller data interchange speed.

(#2620) Cryptographic Processor:   (For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 31, 1999)

The Cryptographic Processor feature performs cryptographic functions based on a hardware implementation of the Data Encryption Standard (DES) and the Rivest, Shamir, and Adleman (RSA) public key algorithm. Functions provided include encryption and decryption of data, authentication, and verification of messages and data, creation and management of financial personal identification numbers (PINs), and management of cryptographic keys. The cryptographic functions provided are compatible with the IBM Transaction Security System.

The Cryptographic Processor #2620 is subject to U.S. Government export regulations when shipped to countries other than the United States. In most countries, financial institutions or subsidiaries of U.S. companies will be approved to receive this feature. For cases where #2620 is not authorized for export, feature #2628, Cryptographic Processor - Commercial, is provided in many countries outside of the U.S. This feature requires the support of OS/400 Version 3 Release 6 and PRPQ 5799-FRF. Requires one I/O card slot. Maximum of one #2620/#2628 per system.

Note: Requires OS/400

(#2628) Cryptographic Processor - Commercial:   (For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 31, 1999)

This feature provides the same functions as feature #2620 with the exception of DES data scrambling. Instead, feature #2628 uses the new Commercial Data Masking Facility (CDMF) for data scrambling. This feature is available for most customers in most countries. Support of OS/400 Version 3 Release 6 and PRPQ 5799-FRF are required. Requires one I/O card slot. Maximum of one #2620/#2628 per system.

Note: Requires OS/400

(#2664) Integrated Fax Adapter:   (For IBM US, No Longer Available as of December 31, 1999)

This feature provides the AS/400 with two ports capable of transmission and receipt of facsimile data to or from a Group 3 capable fax machine, another AS/400 with an Integrated Fax Adapter, or PCs with appropriately programmed fax adapters. Feature #2664 consists of a card, a wrap cable (one per machine), two country-unique attachment couplers, telephone cables and Licensed Internal Code.

The Integrated Fax Adapter is supported by the Facsimile Support/400* Licensed Program Offering that, until now, supported only the PS/2 LAN-based facsimile product. This program provides configuration parameters for the Integrated Fax Adapter, schedules fax transmissions between multiple adapters, and manages sending and receiving faxes to and from the adapter.

The Integrated Fax Adapter can simultaneously support two send, two receive, or one send and one receive operation. To the AS/400, the Integrated Fax Adapter appears as an IPDS* (Intelligent Printer Data Stream) printer for outbound faxes. Most output, including text, image, graphics and bar codes that can be printed on an AS/400 IPDS printer can be faxed via the Integrated Fax Adapter. Double byte character sets (DBCS) are supported for in-bound faxes, but not for out-bound faxes.

Documents transmitted from the AS/400 through the Integrated Fax Adapter are limited to a maximum of approximately 30 text pages per port, per phone call. If only a single port is configured for sending fax documents, then the limit is raised to approximately 60 text pages. Resident cover pages are counted against this limit.

The Integrated Fax Adapter is designed to be directly attached to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). Attachment to a Private Branch Exchange (PBX) may give unsatisfactory results.

Feature #2664 supports the facsimile protocols defined in CCITT Blue Book Volume VII, Fasicle VII.3 Recommendations T.4 and T.30.

Feature #2664 supports the following compression algorithms in fax mode:

Feature #2664 supports the following modem standards:

Availability of this feature in any particular country is dependent on homologation approval in that country. Two country-unique couplers and country-specific PSTN attachment cables (one for each port), are required. The couplers and cables are included with the Integrated Fax Adapter feature.

OS/400 Version 3 Release 6 and Facsimile Support/400 Version 3 Release 6 are required to support this feature.

Card slots used: One Maximum: Refer to System Unit Summary.

Note: Requires OS/400

(#2665) Shielded Twisted-Pair Distributed Data Interface Adapter:   This feature provides one interface to connect an AS/400 System to an FDDI LAN, which is constructed of IBM Cabling System Type 1, 2, 6, or 9 shielded twisted-pair wiring. Feature #2665 consists of a card, a wrap connector and Licensed Internal Code which supplies IEEE 802.2 LLC, ANSI X3T9.5/ISO 9314 MAC functions, and ANSI X3T9.5 SMT functions (draft version 7.2 level, which is compatible with version 6.2).

I/O Card Slots Used: One. Maximums: One

Cables: The SDDI Adapter requires IBM FDDI copper jumper cables to connect the adapter into the FDDI ring. These jumper cables are not provided, but can be ordered from your local authorized IBM cabling distributor.

Note: Requires OS/400

(#2668) AS/400 Wireless LAN Adapter:   The AS/400 Wireless LAN Adapter provides wireless connectivity from AS/400 systems to workstations or other systems connected to a wireless LAN network. With a wireless LAN connection, end-users can have roaming, portable access to the information they need, wherever they are, within the area of local wireless radio coverage. In addition, the AS/400 Wireless LAN Adapter may be the preferred solution in situations where wiring is expensive or impossible or where computing resource and device layouts change periodically. Support is provided for portable and stationary PCs, for specialized hand-held devices used for data collection, and for connections between AS/400 systems.

The AS/400 Wireless LAN Adapter uses an advanced technology, direct sequence, spread-spectrum radio operating in the 2.4 to 2.4835GHz band. The operating band may be narrower in some countries to meet country regulations. Spread spectrum provides excellent resistance to interference from other radio frequency (RF) sources.

Availability of this feature in any particular country is dependent on current country radio frequency regulations and certification for use by the country.

The AS/400 Wireless LAN Adapter comes with an antenna and a cable for connecting the antenna to the adapter. The area of coverage may be extended beyond the coverage provided by the antenna attached to the adapter by adding AS/400 Wireless LAN Access Points to the network via an unshielded twisted-pair wired backbone. In addition, access points may be connected without wires, acting as wireless repeaters. Each adapter or access point generates one cell of coverage area. Networks are designed to create overlapping cells to ensure consistent coverage of the area desired. The AS/400 Wireless LAN Adapter allows transparent seamless movement from cell to cell while maintaining a continuous host session. A site survey by trained professionals is recommended to assist in network design.

The AS/400 Wireless LAN Adapter operates with existing application software interfaces. Existing 5250 and LAN-oriented applications can use the AS/400 Wireless LAN Adapter without change.

The AS/400 Wireless LAN Adapter supports the 2480 family of AS/400 wireless LAN and data collection devices. This family of devices provides comprehensive connectivity solutions for attaching personal computers and data collection devices to the AS/400 in a mobile, wireless fashion. 248X Portable Transaction Computers connected to the AS/400 Wireless LAN adapter support wireless bar code scanning applications popular in retail, distribution, and manufacturing environments.

In addition to the AS/400 Wireless LAN Adapter, the following 2480 AS/400 wireless LAN devices are available from IBM:

         Micro Channel*, PC AT (ISA), and PCMCIA Type II wireless LAN adapters to enable PCs to participate in the AS/400 Wireless LAN network.

For more information on the 2480 family of AS/400 wireless products refer to announcement letters 194-116, 194-117, 195-212, and 195-328.

I/O card slots required: One (shared with feature #2663). Maximum: Two.

Note: Requires OS/400

(#5135, #9135) Expansion Unit Feature Power:   (For #5135, For IBM US, No Longer Available as of June 30, 2000)

(For IBM US, #9135 No Longer Available as of August 31, 1998)

This feature is required to support the third and fourth disk units in the base system unit (#9319). Also required to support the #2106 feature processor. Maximum: One.

(#7000, #9000) Panel Keylock:   (For #7000, For IBM US, No Longer Available as of June 30, 2000)

This feature provides a keylock, allowing the door covering the side of the panel to be secured, preventing access to panel functions. Maximum: One.

(#7108, #9108) Expansion Gate:   (For #7108, For IBM US, No Longer Available as of June 30, 2000)

(For IBM US, #9108 No Longer Available as of August 31, 1998)

This feature provides space to mount up to two feature cards. Maximum: One.

(#7117, #9117) Integrated Package Expansion Unit:   (For #7117, For IBM US, No Longer Available as of June 30, 2000)

(For IBM US, #9117 No Longer Available as of August 31, 1998)

This feature provides four additional feature card slots and 8 disk units. Maximum: One.

Feature Exchanges

Not available.


Accessories

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 Description Part Number
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 Async Modem Cable Japan 21F2674
 Async Modem Cable Germany 21F2671
 20-Ft EIA 232 Terminal/Printer 21F4505
 40-FT EIA 232 Terminal/Printer 21F4342
 100-FT EIA 232 Terminal/Printer 21F4346
 20-FT EIA 232 IWS 21F9965
 EIA 422 Surge Suppressor 21F4403
 Port Tester Twinaxial 59X4262
 Async Modem Cable 69X7016
 UPT Matching Adapter 73G9865
 20-ft Antenna Cable 74F0360
 50-ft Antenna Cable 74F0361
 Omni-Directional (360-Degree) Antenna 74F0362
 Hemispherical (180-Degree) Antenna 74F0363
 Directional (90-Degree) Antenna 74F0364
 EIA 232/V.24 Enhanced 20-ft Standard 74F0382
 EIA 232/V.24 Enhanced 20-ft Japan 74F0383
 EIA 232/V.24 Enhanced 20-ft Germany 74F0384
 EIA 232/V.24 20-ft Standard 74F0385
 EIA 232/V.24 20-ft Japan 74F0386
 EIA 232/V.24 20-ft Germany 74F0387
 X.21 20-ft Standard 74F0388
 V.35 20-ft Standard 74F0389
 RS 366 (Autocall) 20-ft Standard 74F0390
 RS 366 (Autocall) 20-ft Japan 74F0391
 EIA 232/V.24 Enhanced 50-ft Standard 74F0392
 EIA 232/V.24 Enhanced 50-ft Japan 74F0393
 EIA 232/V.24 Enhanced 50-ft Germany 74F0394
 EIA 232/V.24 50-ft Standard 74F0395
 EIA 232/V.24 50-ft Japan 74F0396
 EIA 232/V.24 50-ft Germany 74F0397
 X.21 50-ft Standard 74F0398
 V.35 50-ft Standard 74F0399
 EIA 232/V.24 Enhanced 80-ft Standard 74F1825
 EIA 232/V.24 Enhanced 80-ft Japan 17G2577
 EIA 232/V.24 Enhanced 80-ft Germany 17G2578
 V.35 80-ft Standard 74F1827
 6.1M (20-ft) CCITT V.35 Cable 74F0370
 24.2M (80-ft) CCITT V.35 Cable 74F0371
 6.1M (20-ft) CITT V.36/EIA RS449 Cable 74F0372
 24.2M (80-ft) CCITT V.36/EIA RS449 Cable 74F0373
 45.7M (150-ft) CCITT V.36/EIA RS449 Cabl 74F0374
 6.1M (20-ft) CCITT X.21 74F0369
 3M (9.8-ft) AUI Ethernet Cable 74F0366
 2.4M (8-ft) 802.5 Token-Ring Cable 74F0367
 7208 4M Attachment Cable 74F0365
 EIA 232 6M Client Access Console Cable 87G4564
 EIA 232 2.5M Client Access Console Cable 87G4565
 

** Indicates availability in Australia only for AP

Customer Replacement Parts

Not available.


Machine Elements

Not available.


Supplies

Tape Cartridges:

         The 1.2GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape Unit uses the IBM DC9120 Data Cartridge (1.2GB)(21F8730), or equivalent, and the IBM DC6150 and IBM DC6525 Data Cartridges. The IBM DC9120 Data Cartridge cannot be used in the 120MB or 525MB drives.

Note: 8mm data cartridge media must meet the proposed American National Standards Institute (ANSI) standard X3B5/89-136, Unrecorded Magnetic Tape Cartridge for Information Exchange.

Cleaning Cartridges and Kits:

         The 1.2GB, 2.5GB, 4GB, and 13GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape Units use the IBM .25-Inch Cleaning Cartridge (46G2674).

Diskettes:   The diskette units use the following IBM, or equivalent, diskette media:

8-inch diskettes:

IBM Diskette 1

128 Bytes/Sector (2305830)

IBM Diskette 2

256 Bytes/Sector (2736700)

IBM Diskette 2D

256 Bytes/Sector (1766872)

512 Bytes/Sector (1669044)

1024 Bytes/Sector (1669045)

5 1/4-inch diskettes:

IBM Diskette 2HC

80-Track/Double Sided (6109660)

For more information on any of IBM's data storage products, including media, cleaning cartridges, and media storage accessories, within the USA and Canada, call 888-IBM-MEDIA (426-6334). In Mexico, call 525-726-6203. Outside the USA, Canada, and Mexico, contact the seller of IBM data storage products.

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