Epson MX-80 Technical Manual?
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Wed Nov 9 23:31:19 CST 2016
On 11/09/2016 09:19 PM, Tony Duell wrote:
> Other intefaces used the Centronics interface in a more conventional
> way. There was an RS232 board with its own microcontroller and buffer
> RAM that didn't use the bit-banging functions of the printer
> microcontroller. There was an IEEE-488 interface from Epsom (it was a
> load of TTL from what I recall). And HP made an HPIL interface board
> to go there (microcontroller and 1LB3 chip).
Was a Dataproducts interface ever offered for the MX-80? Back in the
day, it was almost as popular as Centronics on mid-sized systems.
Now, of course, few people remember it.
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