more found boards
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Thu Aug 31 22:08:00 CDT 2006
On 8/31/2006 at 9:37 PM Roy J. Tellason wrote:
>Got one 8-bit card here that also has an internal edge connector and I'm
>guessing it's a floppy interface -- there's a crystal, one big chip
>labeled Zilog Z765APS and what I'm guessing is a data separator chip
>looks like UM8326, and a bunch of LSTTL glue logic.
Probably a floppy card, or QIC floppy-tape card.
>Got one which is an 8-bit card only there's a little sticker near the card
>edge connector that says "pls plug into the 16 bits slot only" -- why
Interface card for a Spot Technologies (RIP) Fototak slide scanner--a very
>The next one is labeled (in the foil) "ICS2110 Demo Board Rev. A" and sure
>enough there seems to be a square socketed chip labeled ICS2110 in there.
Most likely a sound card. The Turtle Beach Tropez used an ICS 2110:
>The last one is also a 16-bit card. On the metal brack is a 50-pin
>connector (same thing you'd see on an Adaptec 1520, 1540, etc.) and on the
>end is a 4-pin "drive power" (like in any PC) connector for power to
>apparently be supplied_to_ the card, a small button ("tac" switch), and
a 2x5 pin
Probably a SCSI adapter card, My guess is that the big power resistor is a
bit of ballast for the termination power. Altera is still very much in
business and sells interesting things such as FPGAs.
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