Aaru Report for IOMEGA BETA150 T.47

SCSI characteristics:
Vendor: IOMEGA
Product: BETA150
Revision: T.47
Device is connected and supported.
Direct-access device
Device claims to comply with ANSI X3.131:1994 (SCSI-2)
Device does not claim to comply with any SCSI ECMA standard
Device does not claim to comply with any SCSI ISO/IEC standard
Device is removable
Device supports synchronous data transfer
Device supports linked commands
Device supports TCQ queue
Device does not support assymetrical access
Device supports only ST clocking
Device supports MODE SENSE (6)
Device is write protected.

SCSI mode sense pages:
Mode Contents
MODE page 01h SCSI Read-write error recovery page:
Automatic write reallocation is enabled
Automatic read reallocation is enabled
Drive will use the most expedient form of error recovery first
Drive will repeat read operations 22 times
MODE page 02h SCSI Disconnect-Reconnect mode page:
Data transfer disconnect control is not used
MODE page 08h SCSI Caching mode page:
Write-cache is enabled
Drive does not distinguish between cached read data
Drive does not distinguish between cached write data
Pre-fetch will be done for READ commands of 65535 blocks or less
At least 64 blocks will be always pre-fetched
A maximum of 65535 blocks will be pre-fetched
A maximum of 65535 blocks will be pre-fetched even if it is commanded to pre-fetch more
MODE page 2Fh Unknown mode page

Tested media:
Information for medium named "Bernoulli Box II"
Medium type code: 00h
Drive recognizes this medium.
Medium manufactured by: IOMEGA
Medium model: Bernoulli Box II 90
Density code: 00h
Logical sector size: 512 bytes
READ LONG sector size: 564 bytes
Medium has 175856 blocks of 512 bytes each
Medium size: 90038272 bytes, 90 Mb, 85.87 MiB
Device can use the READ LONG command in CHS mode with this medium
Device can use the READ CAPACITY (10) command with this medium
Device can use the READ (6) command with this medium
Device can use the READ (10) command with this medium
Device can use the READ LONG (10) command with this medium