User manual NIKON LS-10 INSTALLATION GUIDE FOR MACINTOSH
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[. . . ] Nikon®
Installation and Basic Operation Guide
Coolscan™ Installation and Basic Operation Guide
FCC Radio Frequency Interference Statement for Coolscan
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. [. . . ] There are essentially two possible SCSI chain configurations, the two SCSI devices configuration, and the muLtipLe SCSI devices configuration.
Connecting Two SCSI Devices
In the simplest case, only two devices share the SCSI chain - the SCSI host and the SCSI target device. In our case, the SCSI host is the Macintosh and the SCSI target device is the scanner. This simple configuration is shown in Figure 3. 12.
(a) Computer SCSI Controller ----------. , . Computer Internal SCSI Termination Computer SCSI Connector --------~=---+'LU::::::::;:::::;;:: Unused center ------------------------__________--' SCSI Connector (b) SCSI Cable ---------------------------:::::, . . . . . . . =:;. . ~~ (c) . Coolscan SCSI Connector
Figure 3. 12 The Macintosh internal SCSI Bus. (a) The Macintosh motherboard's SCSI connector and internal SCSI cable. (c) The Coolscan SCSI connector and termination DIP switch.
Procedure (Use the SCSI cable supplied with Coolscan):
1. Connect one end of the flat SCSI cable to the Macintosh's SCSI connector, makPage 28
Coolscan Installation Guide for Macintosh
The SCSI Interface
ing sure that they are properly aligned. Connect the opposite end of the flat SCSI cable to the SCSI connector on the back of Coolscan, making sure that the connectors are properly aligned. In this case, both the SCSI host side of the bus and the SCSI target device side of the bus must be terminated. Refer to the section "Terminating the SCSI Chain - LS10" for the proper DIP switch setting.
Connecting Multiple SCSI Devices
In many cases, more than one SCSI target device will be connected to the SCSI bus. When this is true, the chain of SCSI cables must connect or 'daisy chain' each device together, even though the devices will typically only communicate directly with the Macintosh, not with each other. In this example, shown in Figure 3. 13, Coolscan is placed at the end of the SCSI chain. This daisy chaining configuration minimizes the number of cables and connectors required.
<a) Computer SCSI Cor'rrolle r - - - - - , Computer Internal SCS I Termination
- - --;;;-"0:;:-
Computer ----. . . . ". , =:::;;;::-l. . , [l. l. -:::;;:;;;;~ SCSI Connector
(b) Other SCS I Device - - - -(such as disk drive)
Center SCSI connector - - - - - - , (c) Coolscan Scanner - - - - : ; : : +
SCSI termination switch - - - - - - - " " '==--- '
Coo l ~a n--------------~
Figure 3. 13 Multiple SCSI devices on the Macintosh SCSI bus. (a) The Macintosh motherboard's SCSI connector and internal cable. (c) The Coolscan SCSI connector and termination DIP switch.
Procedure (using the supplied 3-connector 50-pin Sat SCSI cable):
1. Make sure that the Macintosh and all other SCSI devices are powered off.
Coolscan Installation Guide for Macintosh
The SCSI Interface
2. Remove the SCSI cable currently in use from the Macintosh's SCSI connector on the motherboard, and the other end from the SCSI device. Connect one end of the supplied 3-connector flat SCSI cable to the SCSI connector on the Macintosh's motherboard. Connect the middle connector of the supplied SCSI cable to the SCSI connector of the neighboring, now middle, SCSI device. Insert the unused end of the SCSI cable into the SCSI connector on the back of Coolscan. Since Coolscan is now at the end of the SCSI chain it must terminated. Refer to the section "Terminating the LS-10" for the proper DIP switch setting. [. . . ] Obtain updated Nikon software version 4. 5. 1 from Nikon Technical Support, or download via BBS. Problem: Getting "Error type 1" or "Error code 108: Not enough memory" when scanning with Nikon Control. The default value is too low if
using the large dialog and needs to be increased to 8Mb, minimum.
Problem: "Error -21000" when previewing or scanning. Cause: Film strip holder may have been left inside scanner during power-up. [. . . ]
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