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Product Name DLT-IV (Compac Tape IV or TK-88)
½" Data Cartridge
Variant ID V0000190
Name of Holotype DLT tape (formerly CompacTape) Holotype ID H000009
Product Code/Number c5141F
Manufacturer HP - Hewlett Packard
Genre(s) Data
Carrier Type tape cartridge
Process Type magnetic
Medium Type 1/2" cartridge
Standards Ecma
Market Professional
Height 105 mm
Width 105 mm
Diameter
Depth 25 mm
Running Length 557 m (1828 ft)
Marketed Capacity 20/40 GB (DLT4000)
35/70 GB (DLT7000)
40/80 GB (DLT8000)
Materials
Distinguishing Features Black colour
Status
Collection of: National Library of Australia
Created by National Library of Australia
Assessment Summary External Third party conversion to Normalised format(s); at an additional cost to organisation. (considerable effort)
Remarks ISO/IEC 15307* / ECMA 231
Production Started 1994
Production Stopped
Application Binder
Binder Stability
Dye/Emulsion/Oxide
Base material
Back Treated

Back Treated: (μm) or (μ")

Base Thickness: (µm) or (µ")

Dye/Emulsion/Oxide Thickness: (μm) or (μ")

Total Thickness: (µm) or (µ")

Coercity: (Oe) or (kA/m)

Retentivity: (Gauss) or (mT)

Remanence: (nWb/m) or (SatFlux)
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Required Devices DLT4000*, DLT-7000 and DLT-8000 drives
SDLT220/320 read only
Required Interface
Required Operating System
Required Applications
Formated Capacity Depending on drive type;
DLT-4000 20/40Gb,
DLT-7000 35/70Gb,
DLT-8000 40/80Gb
Required Drivers
Formating Type
Required Accessories
Required Form Factor
Compression/Codec
Requirement Specifications Linear recording format (Compression technology DLZ)
Transfer Rate DLT4000 1.5/3 MB/Sec ; DLT7000 5/10 Mb/sec; DLT8000 6/12 MB/sec
Recording Format DLT 8000
Number Of Cylinders
Process/Technique
ISO
Colour Space
Resolution
Process
Block Error Rate
Push Pull Signal
Crosstalk
Reflectivity
Sensitivity
Lightfastness
Read Stability
Life: Manufacturer 30 yrs
Life: Community
Web Ref: Materials
Substrate Stability
Image Stability
Re-Formatting Issues
Web Ref: Re-Formatting
Web Ref: Conservation
Web Ref: Environment http://h18006.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/11844_div/11844_div.pdf
Date Created 27/09/2007
Last Modified by Douglas Elford-NLA
Date Modified 11/08/2011
 
   

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