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Teac DV-28S-VTeac DV 28E-V - DVD-ROM drive - IDE - 24x (CD) / 8x (DVD) - Plug-in module - Black

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HereSince79 1:55am on Monday, October 11th, 2010 
Good for the price. I ordered the Zen for my 9 year old. She had no problem figuring out how to use the features. Decieved by SD card-Skidmark I also was under the impression that the sd-slot would give me more memory.
toma 3:00am on Friday, October 1st, 2010 
This looks pretty, does what it should with little fuss After one month. I have used MTP devices with Linux media players like Amarok, and I have also used them with MusicBee, Windows Media Player and others.
bnoll 2:55pm on Sunday, September 12th, 2010 
i love it. "Simple Controls","Lots of Storage","Easy To Set Up","Sleek/Compact","Great Sound" "Weak Construction" I love the Zen. So easy to set up & use. I downloaded several large audio books and a ton of music to listen to while I drive, work, working out. I tried one that a friend had and decided to buy it.
CovertCow 8:02pm on Thursday, July 22nd, 2010 
Minimal controls First time MP3 player owner, so I had some difficulty following the instructions for use. I would difintely recommend this to one of my friends. has pretty good video quality, easy to use features. Good Picture Quality! So Light weighted That you Can Carry Anywhere With You!So easy to play & store the music & video you like ! Just plug & play !
Bennytravelshort 12:14am on Tuesday, July 6th, 2010 
"I really cannot list cons about this item. My only problem is that when you add songs to the zen, you cannot add a cd cover to the zen. "This is my first MP3 player. I received it as a gift and I am very pleased so far. "I had this mp3 for the past year and never had one problem we it. I have Rhapsody and it sync nicely with it. "this is the best mp3 i saw, i love this bcoz of great sound, pictures are so sharp.
cxx_guy 2:18pm on Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010 
BuyDig is a first-rate retailer... so buy with confidence. But skip this MP3 player (or any other product from Creative Labs. The Zen X-Fi.
Grongle 7:39am on Thursday, June 3rd, 2010 
This is the Creative ZEN at a glance. Decked out in an all-black suit. This is an all around plain MP3 Player. I will report a tiny of a pros and cons about this player. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search "N95" redirects here. For other uses, see N95 (disambiguation).
KenSmith 11:52pm on Saturday, April 24th, 2010 
All form NO FUNCTION. The battery is not replaceable and Creative labs has no customer service phone line. This looks pretty. I use my Zen primarily for music and photos, not video. I could not be more pleased with the sound (with after market headphones) and screen clarity.

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HARDWARE SPECIFICATION, DV-28S-V93, Rev.A
TEAC DV-28S-V93 DVD-ROM DRIVE HARDWARE SPECIFICATION

Rev. A

19 sheets in Total
Copyright 2007 TEAC Corporation, All rights reserved.
TABLE OF CONTENTS Title Page 1. SCOPE..... 1 2. OUTLINE..... 1 3. CONSTRUCTION.... 2 3.1 External Construction.... 2 3.2 Installation..... 4 4. DISC SPECIFICATION.... 5 4.1 Applicable Disc Format.... 5 4.2 Rotational Speed.... 5 4.3 Data Capacity.... 6 5. PERFORMANCE.... 7 5.1 Operating Performance.... 7 5.2 Acoustic Noise..... 7 6. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS.... 8 7. RELIABILITY.... 9 8. SAFETY AND EMC STANDARDS... 9 9. FRONT INDICATOR.... 9 10. INTERFACE CONNECTOR.... 10 11. POWER INTERFACE.... 11 12. SERIAL ATA HARDWARE INTERFACE... 12 12.1 Outline..... 12 12.2 Electrical Characteristics.... 12 12.3 COMMAND SET..... 12 12.3.1 ATA COMMAND.... 12 12.3.2 ATAPI COMMAND... 13 13. POWER MANAGEMENT SPECIFICATION... 14 13.1 Power Management Modes.... 14 13.1.1 Transition in power management mode.. 14 13.2 Active Mode.... 15 13.3 Idle Mode.... 15 13.4 Standby Mode.... 16 13.5 Sleep Mode.... 16 13.5.1 Tray ejection/insertion in the sleep mode... 16 14. OTHERS..... 16 14.1 Using the Lens Cleaner.... 16 14.2 RoHS Compliance.... 16 14.3 Safety of Laser Products... 17

1. SCOPE

This is hardware specification of the TEAC DV-28S-V93 built-in type DVD-ROM drive (hereinafter referred to as drive). As for the software specification, refer to "DV-28S-V Software Specification".

2. OUTLINE

The outline of this drive is given in Table 2-1. (Table 2-1) Outline of the specification Model name TEAC P/N Applicable safety and EMC standards Application rate Average access time Disc speed (24x CAV speed mode) Host interface Power source Starting time Readable discs CD DV-28S-V93 1977192V-93 UL, CSA, TV, CE 1.5Gbps 130msec (CD-ROM)/140msec (DVD-ROM), average by TEAC standards 5,090min-1 (Approx) Serial ATA +5VDC 19sec max CD-DA CD-ROM CD-R, CD-RW DVD-ROM DVD-R, DVD-R DL, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+R DL DVD+RW, DVD-RAM CD-DA CD-ROM (Mode1, Mode2) CD-ROM XA Mode2 (Form1, Form2) Photo CD (Single/Multi-session) CD-i, Video-CD, CD-Extra (CD-Plus) CD-Text DVD-ROM DVD-Video DVD-R (Single/Multi-border) DVD-R DL (Single/Multi-border) DVD-RW (Single/Multi-border) DVD+R (Single/Multi-session) DVD+R DL (Single/Multi-session) DVD+RW (Single/Multi-session) DVD-RAM (4.7GB, 2.6GB) Black Black Green Class 1 laser product Complies with

Applicable format

Front bezel Eject button Access indicator Laser class RoHS directive

3. CONSTRUCTION

3.1 External Construction (1) Dimensions (a) Height : 12.7mm (excluding the front bezel) (b) Width : 128mm (excluding the front bezel) (c) Depth : 129.4mm (excluding the eject button) (2) Mass : 176g or less (3) Disc clamp system : Ball clamp (4) Loading : Manual loading using the tray (5) Ejection (a) Manual eject using the eject button (b) Automatically eject using the command (c) Eject distance : 10mm or more (6) External view : Refer to Fig. 3.1-1.
(Fig. 3.1-1) External view of the drive
3.2 Installation (1) Installation direction (2) Tilt (3) Installation method
: Refer to Fig. 3.2-1 : Refer to Fig. 3.2-1 below. : The fixing holes in the side of the unit are used. Separate discussions and arrangements are required when the installation holes are not used.

30 or less

0 or less
30 or less 30 or less 30 or less
0 or less 30 or less 30 or less
(Fig. 3.2-1) Tilt of the drive

4. DISC SPECIFICATION

4.1 Applicable Disc Format (Table 4.1-1) Applicable disc format
CD CD-DA CD-ROM (Mode1, Mode2) CD-ROM XA Mode2 (Form1, Form2) Photo CD (Single/Multi-session) CD-i Video-CD CD-Extra (CD-Plus) CD-Text DVD-ROM DVD-Video DVD-R (Single/Multi-border) DVD-R DL (Single/Multi-border) DVD-RW(Single/Multi-border) DVD+R (Single/Multi-session) DVD+R DL (Single/Multi-session) DVD+RW (Single/Multi-session) DVD-RAM (4.7GB, 2.6GB)
4.2 Rotational Speed Refer to Table 4.2-1 for the rotational speed.
(Table 4.2-1) Rotational speed Operation/Disc format Idle mode (DVD) Idle mode (CD) Read (DVD-ROM) Read (DVD-Video) Read (CD-ROM Model) Read (CD-ROM Mode2form2) Read (CD-DA) Play Audio Read (Mixed, CD-ROM Model and Mode2form2 or CD-DA) Read (Mixed, DVD-ROM and DVD-Video) Read (CD-RW) Read (DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW) Read (DVD-R DL, DVD+R DL) Read (DVD-RAM, 4.7GB) Read (DVD-RAM, 2.6GB) Read speed/Disc speed 4x CAV 2,297rpm 10x CAV 2,140rpm 8x CAV 4,594rpm 4x CAV 2,297rpm 24x CAV 5,137rpm 20x CAV 4,280rpm 20x CAV 4,280rpm 4x CLV 856 - 1,984rpm 20x CAV 4,280rpm 8x CAV 4,594rpm 24x CAV 5,137rpm 8x CAV 4,594rpm 6x CAV 3,446rpm 5x CAV 3,246rpm 2.5x CAV 1,626rpm

4.3 Data Capacity 650MB/700MB
738MB/795MB 74min/79min 4.7GB/side 8.5GB/side 2.6GB/side
CD-ROM Mode1 CD-ROM XA Mode2 Form1 CD-ROM XA Mode2 Form2 CD-DA DVD-ROM, DVD-Video, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD-RAM, DVD+R, DVD+RW : DVD-ROM, DVD-Video, DVD-R, DVD+R : DVD-RAM

: : : : :

5. PERFORMANCE
5.1 Operating Performance (1) Average random access time : 130msec average (CD-ROM, 24x), 140msec average (DVD-ROM, 8x) (2) Disc speed : Refer to 4.2. (3) Data transfer rate (a) Read sustained : 1,545 to 3,600kB/sec (CD-ROM model) 4,469 to 10,816kB/sec (DVD-ROM) (b) Programmed I/O : 16.7MB/sec max (Mode 0 to 4) (c) Multi-word DMA : 16.7MB/sec max (Mode 0 to 2) (d) Ultra DMA : 33.3MB/sec max (4) Starting time (a) When power is switched on/when disc is loaded : 19sec max (excluding the multi-session CD) (b) Return time from the standby mode : 4sec or less (5) Data buffer capacity : 198KB 5.2 Acoustic Noise (1) Operating (2) Ejecting (3) Others
: 45dBA or less (during seek/read/Active/Idle, distance 0.5m) : 65dBA typ (distance 0.5m) : 35dBA or less (distance 0.5m)
6. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
The environmental conditions as specified here do not include the environmental conditions of the disc. The environmental conditions of the disc should follow the specifications of the applicable disc. (1) Ambient temperature (a) During operation : 5 to 55C (Surface temperature on the top cover; 5 to 60C) (b) During non-operation : 20 to 60C (c) During transportation (packaged) : 40 to 65C (2) Temperature gradient (a) During operation : 11C/hour or less (noncondensing) (b) During non-operation/transportation : 20C/hour or less (noncondensing) (3) Relative humidity (a) During operation : 8 to 80% (noncondensing) provided that the maximum wet-bulb temperature is 29.4C or less. (b) During non-operation/transportation : 5 to 95% (noncondensing) provided that the maximum wet-bulb temperature is 29.4C or less. (c) During transportation (packaged) : 5 to 95% (noncondensing) provided that the maximum wet-bulb temperature is 29.4C or less. (4) Vibrations (a) During operation: When installed horizontally: 2.9m/s2 (0.3G) or less When installed vertically : 1.96m/s2 (0.2G) or less provided that the sweep frequency is 5 to 500Hz and sweep rate, 1oct/min. excepting recording mode. (b) Transportation (packaged) : 19.6m/s2 (2G) or less provided that the sweep frequency is 5 to 500Hz and sweep rate, 1oct/min. (5) Shock (a) During operation (free from malfunction) When installed horizontally: 68.6m/s2 (7G) or less (half-sine shock pulse; 11msec, intervals; 10sec) When installed vertically : 49m/s2 (5G) or less (half-sine shock pulse; 11msec, intervals; 10sec) excepting recording mode and CD-DA play mode. (b) During operation (while the CD-DA is playing) : 19.6m/s2 (2G) or less (half-sine shock pulse; 11msec, intervals; 10sec) (c) During non-operation/transportation : 588m/s2 (60G) or less (half-sine shock pulse; 11msec) 1,960m/s2 (200G) or less (half-sine shock pulse; 2msec) However, tray ejection is allowed. (6) Dust : office environment (7) Cooling : natural air cooling

7. RELIABILITY

(1) Mean time between failures (MTBF) : 60,000POH or more (the frequency of use should be 10% at normal temperature and humidity) (2) Mean time to repair (MTTR) : 30minutes (3) Loading/ejecting life : 10,000times or more (4) Power ON/OFF life : 60,000 times or more (5) Laser diode life : MTTF 9,000 hours (Duty 50% pulse 83mW, 60C) (6) Seeking life : times or more (random access, 25C, duty; 20% or less) (7) Error rate (a) Read error rate DVD : Once per 1012 bits or less CD : Mode1 and Mode2 (Form1) : Once per 1012 bits or less Mode2 (Form2) and CDDA : Once per 109 bits or less 6 seeks or less (b) Seek error rate : Once per 10 (8) Self-diagnosis (a) When power is switched ON: Various controllers, ROM, RAM, buffer, ECC circuit, etc. (b) When disc is inserted : Servo circuit, signal processors, etc.
8. SAFETY AND EMC STANDARDS
The drive complies with the following standards. (1) Safety standards UL, CSA, TV, CE (2) EMC standards CE

9. FRONT INDICATOR

(1) Location : Refer to Fig. 3.1-1. (2) Color : Green (3) Lighting conditions (a) Continuous on During seek Transfer of the read data to the host is under way. (b) Flashing with a period of 3 second (Duty 50%) During write While audio is being played (c) Flashing with a period of 1 second (Duty 50%) From POR or tray loading to the end of TOC read (when the disc is present) From POR or tray loading to the end of detecting the disc (when the disc is not present). If an error which is considered to arise from the disc occurs, flashing continues until the disc is ejected. If an error which seems to rest with the drives hardware, flashing continues until the power is switched OFF.

10. INTERFACE CONNECTOR

(1) Connector on the drive : MOLEX 47300-1040 or equivalent (2) Applicable connector on the host : MOLEX 47300-2010 or equivalent (3) Pin assignment : Refer to Table 10-1, Fig. 10-1. (Table 10-1) Interface connector pin assignment NAME S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6 S7 P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 TYPE GND A+ A GND B B+ GND DP +5V MD GND Manufacturing Diagnostic DESCRIPTION
Differential Signal Pair A
Differential Signal Pair B

Device Present

Pin S1
Pin P1 (Fig. 10-1) Interface connector assignment

11. POWER INTERFACE

The following specifications apply to the interface connector terminals of the drive. The power should be supplied from a power supply unit with reinforced insulation or double insulation. (1) Allowable supply voltage range : +5VDC 5% (4.75 to 5.25V) There should be no abnormal operations by DC +5V 10%. (2) Allowable ripple voltage : 100mVp-p or less, 50 to 20MHz (including the spike noise) (3) Current consumption : Refer to Table 11-1. (Table 11-1) Current consumption Mode Standby/Sleep Active Random access (Duty 100%) During starting/seek During eject Average current max (A) 0.05 0.7 1.2 Peak current max (A) 1.5 1.5 1.2

Remarks: 1. The supply voltage should be 5V+5%. 2. For each of the sleep, standby, and active modes, refer to "13. POWER MANAGEMENT SPECIFICATION". 3. Does not include pulse-like current below 1msec.
12. SERIAL ATA HARDWARE INTERFACE
12.1 Outline (1) Applicable standard Serial ATA International Organization ANSI standard SFFC 12.2 Electrical Characteristics Refer to Serial ATA Revision 2.6. 12.3 COMMAND SET
12.3.1 ATA COMMAND Refer to table 12.3.1-1. (Table 12.3.1-1) ATA COMMAND CODE 08 EEA0 A1 EF E6 E0 A2 COMMAND ATAPI SOFT RESET CHECK POWER MODE EXECUTE DRIVE DIAGNOSTIC IDLE IMMEDIATE NOP ATAPI PKT. ATAPI IDENTIFY DEVICE SET FEATURE SLEEP STANDBY IMMEDIATE SERVICE
: Serial ATA Revision 2.6 : T13/1532D (ATA-7) : SFF-8020i Rev. 2.6 and SFF-8090v6
12.3.2 ATAPI COMMAND Refer to table 12.3.2-1. (Table 12.3.2-1) ATAPI COMMAND CODE 5A 4B 45 A49 A9 1E 28 ABE B2B BB 4E 1B 00 BD 4A AD 23 A4 A3 AAC A2 COMMAND INQUIRY MODE SELECT (10) MODE SENSE (10) PAUSE/RESUME PLAY AUDIO (10) PLAY AUDIO (12) PLAY AUDIO MSF PLAY TRACK RELATIVE (10) PLAY TRACK RELATIVE (12) PREVENT/ALLOW MEDIUM REMOVAL READ (10) READ (12) READ CD/DVD CAPACITY READ CD READ CD MSF REEAD HEADER READ SUB-CHANNEL READ TOC REQUEST SENSE REZERO UNIT SEEK SET CD-ROM SPEED STOP PLAY/SCAN START STOP UNIT TEST UNIT READY MECHANISM STATUS GET EVENT STATUS NOTIFICATION READ DVD STRUCTURE READ FORMATTED CAPACITIES REPORT KEY SEND KEY SET READ AHEAD GET CONFIGURATION GET PERFORMANCE READ DISC INFORMATION READ TRACK/RZONE INFORMATION SEND EVENT
13. POWER MANAGEMENT SPECIFICATION
This drive has a power management function to reduce power consumption.
13.1 Power Management Modes The drive has the following four power management modes. The transition between these modes is performed by the timer within the drive or a command issued by the host. Active mode Idle mode Standby mode Sleep mode
13.1.1 Transition in power management mode The transition in the power management mode is shown in Fig. 13.1.1-1. POWER ON (1)

SELF DIAGNOSTIC

DISK PRESENCE ? (2) YES

(3) (9)

ACTIVE MODE (4) (5) IDLE MODE (5) STANDBY MODE (8) TRAY LOADING (7) SLEEP MODE (12) NO (13) DISK PRESENCE ? YES (10) (11) (6) TRAY EJECT
(Fig. 13.1.1-1) Transition in power management mode

(1) (2) (3) (4)

When the RESET signal is released, the disc detection is performed after self-diagnostics are completed. If the disc is loaded, the mode will switch to the active mode and starting operation will begin. If the disc is not loaded, the mode will switch to the standby mode. Using the power management command (IDLE, IDLE IMMEDIATE, STANDBY, STANDBY IMMEDIATE, SLEEP), the transition from the active mode to the idle, standby or sleep mode, from the idle mode to the standby or sleep mode, or from the standby mode to the idle or sleep mode is possible. (5) The transition from the active mode to the idle mode or from the idle mode to the standby mode is also performed by the timer the has. The timer will be initialized to the specified value when disc detection operation is under way or when a command which requires disc access is executed. The timer will not be initialized when a command which does not require disc access is executed in the active mode. (6) The resumption from the idle or standby mode to the active mode is initiated when a command which requires disc access is executed. (7) The resumption after the sleep mode is possible only after the RESET signal, the SRST (bit 2 of the DEVICE Control Register) or the ATAPI SOFT RESET command is detected. If resumption after the sleep mode is initiated using the RESET signal, an operation similar to when the power is switched ON occurs. (8) If resumption after the sleep mode is initiated using the SRST or the ATAPI SOFT RESET command, the drive enters the standby mode. (9) Tray ejection in each of the active, idle, standby and sleep modes is possible. (10) If the tray is ejected in the active, idle or standby mode, the drive enters the standby mode when the tray is out or the sleep mode when the tray is ejected in the sleep mode. (11) If the tray is inserted when the tray is out, the disc detection operation is performed. (12) If no disc is loaded, the drive will resume a mode when the tray is out. (13) If the disc is loaded, the drive will resume the active mode. However, the drive resumes the sleep mode following the TOC read only when the tray is ejected in the sleep mode.

13.2 Active Mode A state in which the drive is capable of responding in the shortest possible time to an access using a command, and all the electrical circuitry of the drive, the pickup, spindle motor and sled motor are operating. In the following cases, the drive will enter the active mode: (1) While it is being booted after the power is switched ON and self diagnosis is under way. (2) While the booting operation or Reading of the TOC is under way when the tray is inserted and the disc is loaded. (3) While the booting operation or Reading of the TOC is in progress with the power ON and the disc loaded. (4) While an command that requires disc access is being executed. (5) Until the drive switches over to other power management mode using the timer in the drive or the command after either (2), (3) or (4) above is performed. 13.3 Idle Mode The idle mode has the same operational functions as the active mode. However, the current consumption is reduced by lowering the rotational speed of the spindle motor in the idle mode. The transition to the idle mode comes in the following two ways: (1) When using the timer in the drive: After executing (2), (3) and (4) in 14.2, if the specified time elapses by the timer in the drive, the mode will switch from the active mode to the idle mode. The specified time of the timer is set to 8 seconds. (2) When using the power management command (IDLE, IDLE IMMEDIATE):
The transition from the active or standby mode is possible using the power management command (IDLE, IDLE IMMEDIATE). For details, refer to the Software Specification.
13.4 Standby Mode Except for the functions required for the reception of a command, all other functions are in the power save condition. And although the command can be received, a time is required to restore the functions that are in the power save condition for the command that requires disc access. The transition to the standby mode comes in the following three ways: (1) When using the timer in the drive: After executing (2), (3) and (4) in 13.2, if the specified time elapses by the timer in the drive, the mode will switch from the active to the standby mode via the idle mode. Although the specified time of the timer can be preset using the STANDBY command or MODE SELECT command, it is set to 32 seconds by default. The transition time to the idle mode is included in the preset value of the timer. For details, refer to the Software Specification. The timer will be initialized to the specified value after executing (2), (3) and (4) in 13.2. The timer will not be initialized when a command which does not require disc access is executed in the active mode. (2) When using the power management command (STANDBY, STANDBY IMMEDIATE) or START/ STOP UNIT command: The transition from the active or idle mode is possible using the power management command (STANDBY, STANDBY IMMEDIATE) or START/STOP UNIT command. For details, refer to the Software Specification. (3) When the power is switched ON or a disc is not detected by the disc detection operation while the tray is being retracted, the drive will enter the standby mode. 13.5 Sleep Mode The drive enters a state in which all functions are stopped and no command can be received. The transition to the sleep mode is possible using the SLEEP command. For details, refer to the Software Specification. The resumption from the sleep mode is possible using the RESET signal, the SRST (bit 2 of the Device Control Register) or the ATAPI SOFT RESET command.

13.5.1 Tray ejection/insertion in the sleep mode If the eject button is pressed in sleep mode, the tray will be ejected before sleep mode is entered. If the tray is inserted while in this state, disc detection is performed; If the disc is loaded on the tray, the start-up operation is performed before sleep mode is entered. If the disc is not loaded on the tray, sleep mode is entered.

14. OTHERS

14.1 Using the Lens Cleaner Some commercially available wet-type lens cleaners may sometimes actually make the lens dirtier rather than cleaning it. In general, we recommend that you avoid using a wet-type lens cleaner. Use a dry-type lens cleaner. 14.2 RoHS Compliance The drive complies with European directive "2002/95/EC".
14.3 Safety of Laser Products When selling this unit or a system with this unit to an end user, print the following text in the instruction manual or enclose the separate sheet on which the following text is printed with the instruction manual.
This product has been designed and manufactured according to FDA regulations "title 21. CFR. chapter1, subchapter J. based on the radiation Control for Health and Safety Act of 1968", and is classified as a class 1 laser product. There is no hazardous invisible laser radiation during operation because invisible laser radiation emitted inside of this product is completely confined in the protective housings. The label required in this regulation is shown bellow. CAUTION Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
Optical pickup Type Manufacturer Laser output Wavelength Standard : TOP1100S : TopRay Technologies, Inc : Less than 0.5mW on the objective lens : 770-800nm (CD) 645-662nm (DVD) : IEC60825-1 : 2001

(Fig. 14.3-1)

 

Technical specifications

General
Device TypeDVD-ROM drive
Enclosure TypePlug-in module
Enclosure ColorBlack
InterfaceIDE
Width5 in
Depth5.1 in
Height0.5 in
Weight6.2 oz
Optical Storage
TypeDVD-ROM - 5.25" x 1/6H (Slim Line)
Read Speed24x (CD) / 8x (DVD)
Supported CD FormatsCD-DA (audio), Video CD, CD-ROM, DVD-Video
Supported Media TypesCD-ROM, CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-ROM, DVD-R, DVD-RAM, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD+R, DVD+R DL, DVD-R DL
Media Load TypeTray
Access Time130 ms (CD), 140 ms (DVD)
Buffer Size198 KB
Compliant StandardsVideo CD
Hard Drive
TypeNone.
Expansion / Connectivity
Interfaces1 x IDE/ATAPI
Compatible Bays1 x front accessible - 5.25" x 1/6H (Slim Line)
Miscellaneous
MTBF60,000 hour(s)
Works with Windows VistaSoftware and devices that carry the Works with Windows Vista logo have been tested for baseline compatibility with PC's running.
Compliant StandardsCE, CSA, UL, TUV, BSMI, RoHS
Environmental Parameters
Min Operating Temperature41 °F
Max Operating Temperature131 °F
Humidity Range Operating8 - 80%
Universal Product Identifiers
BrandTeac
Part NumbersDV28EV83, DV28EV93, DV28EVZ3

 

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