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Scalable Linear Recording

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Scalable Linear Recording

Scalable Linear Recording is the name used by Tandberg Data for its line of QIC based tape drives.

The earliest SLR drive, the SLR1, has a capacity of 250 MB, while the latest drive, the SLR140, has a capacity of 70 GB. The term SLR is now often used to refer to QIC tapes, as they are the only drives still manufactured that use them.

Generations

Quarter inch formats

Generation SLR1 SLR2 SLR3 SLR4 SLR4-DC SLR5 SLR24
SLR6
SLR32
MLR1
SLR50
MLR3
Release Date 1986 1988 1990 1992 1997 1996 1997
Data Capacity 250 MB 525 MB 1 GB 2.5 GB 4 GB 12 GB 16 GB 20 GB
Transfer Rate (kB/s) 84.8 199 197 296 280 387 1200 1500 2000
Tape Length (m) 311 457 457 462

NOTE: MLR stands for Multi-channel Linear Recording.

Eight millimeter formats

Generation SLR7 SLR40 SLR60 SLR75 SLR100 SLR140 SLR200 SLR400
Release Date 1997 2003 TBA TBA
Data Capacity 20 GB 30 GB 38 GB 50 GB 70 GB 100 GB 200 GB
Transfer Rate (kB/s) 3000 2500 4000 4300 5000 6000 16000 32000
Tape Length (m) 466 274 350.5 457 506

External links

  • SLR5 specsheet
  • SLR7 specsheet
  • SLR24 specsheet
  • SLR32 specsheet
  • SLR40 specsheet
  • SLR50 specsheet
  • SLR60 specsheet
  • SLR75 specsheet
  • SLR100 specsheet
  • SLR140 specsheet


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