Exabyte EXB-120 Library Driver
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Exabyte EXB-120 Library Driver
Sony Storage & Professional Media
As understood with reference both to FIG. On its underside, projection 80 is supported by rib 86 see FIG.
Bezel 70 is also provided with two cam members, illustrated as left cam member 90L and right cam member 90R in FIG. With respect to the height of bezel 70, cam members 90L, 90R are positioned between projection 80 and bezel lower front edge As understood from the ensuing discussion of operation of transport mechanism 50, cam members 90L, 90R are spaced apart laterally on bezel plate 71 by a Exabyte EXB-120 Library greater than the width of magnetic tape cartridge 42 such width being understood to lie in an essentially horizontal plane, i.
Each cam member 90L, 90R has an essentially right-triangular cross-sectional shape in a plane orthogonal to a front plane of the bezel plate As such, each cam member 90L, 90R has an hypotenuse wall 94 and a perpendicular wall In addition, the right triangle is slightly truncated, so that each cam member 90L, 90R has a small truncated apex front surface Cam members 90L, 90R are bridged by two ribs U and L formed Exabyte EXB-120 Library bezel plate Upper rib U and lower rib L are parallel to one another and span perpendicular walls 95 of cam members 90L Exabyte EXB-120 Library 90R.
Transfer base in turn translates in a "Y" direction along linear bearing assembly Of particular interest to the present invention is structure and operation of gripper assembly Examples of suitable structure for transfer base and transfer bearing assembly are provided in U.
Such other members include a pair of gripper fingers particularly left gripper finger L and right gripper finger R ; a pair of finger linkages L, R; linkage biasing over-assist spring ; a plunger ; and linkage stop members Exabyte EXB-120 Library, R. It should be remembered that FIG.
Proximal ends of left and right gripper fingers L, R are pivotally attached to base member at finger attachment points L, R, as shown in FIG. Such attachment points, as well as other attachment points hereinafter described, are rotatably retained by base member Distal ends of gripper fingers L, R are Exabyte EXB-120 Library to engage cartridge grip notches see FIG.
Finger biasing springs L, R have first ends connected about midpoints of pivot pins L, R, respectively, and second ends connected about midpoints Exabyte EXB-120 Library pivot pins L, R.
Pivot pins L, R Exabyte EXB-120 Library pivotally engaged by gripper base Proximal ends of finger linkages L, R are pivotally connected to one another but not to base member at linkage pivot junction Linkage pivot junction is a pivot Exabyte EXB-120 Library which extends through proximal ends of finger linkages L, R and bumper Bumper is a cylindrical member through which the pivot pin forming linkage pivot junction axially extends.
Finger linkages L, R are provided with respective spurs L, R. At their bottoms, distal ends of spurs L, R are connected by over-assist springalso known as an over-center assist spring. Thus, bottoms of distal ends of spurs L, Exabyte EXB-120 Library, and accordingly over-assist springare out of the plane of finger linkages L, R.
Linkage stop members R, L are preferably integral with base member and have an essentially solid rectangular shape. Base member can be formed of any suitable hard material, such as aluminum Exabyte EXB-120 Library hard plastic.
Linkage stop members R, L extend downwardly out of the plane of base member i. Structure and operation of plunger is understood with reference to U.
In brief, plunger is utilized only to eject a cartridge from gripper assembly