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Old 24 October 2009, 05:53   #1
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Help identifying some boards

I am trying to figure out thse boards. Thse came from an A2000 that believe it or not NASA was using.

Board 1: Amiga 2000 Remote DMA output controller - 6
has a Motorola MC68450R10 chip

Board 1: Amiga 2000 Serial Interface - 3 Test Model
has a Motorola MC68605RC15 chip

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Old 25 October 2009, 16:49   #2
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Old 25 October 2009, 17:07   #3
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I used to work (over 20 years ago) with a TI minicomputer and it had several large boards which were covered in RAM chips. The machine was, essentially, just an A/D sampler - the boards were buffers. Maybe they're something like that.

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I am trying to figure out thse boards. Thse came from an A2000 that believe it or not NASA was using.

Board 1: Amiga 2000 Remote DMA output controller - 6
has a Motorola MC68450R10 chip

Board 1: Amiga 2000 Serial Interface - 3 Test Model
has a Motorola MC68605RC15 chip

thanks
Can you give me the Autoconfig ID numbers of the boards? You need to power up them in A2000 and run show config program.
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Old 27 October 2009, 05:22   #5
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Ok, here it goas
Board 1: 256/2($100/$2) (@EA0000 64K)
Board 2: 256/2($100/$4) (@EA0000 64K)
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Old 27 October 2009, 05:25   #6
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Here is a picture of the cables they used
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Ok, here it goas
Board 1: 256/2($100/$2) (@EA0000 64K)
Board 2: 256/2($100/$4) (@EA0000 64K)
I got inconclusive reply, the ID 256 could be Daniel Instruments or MacroSystemsUS, but if the boards were custom made, they may have picked that number...I don't know.

You can use to search by ID:
http://amiga.resource.cx/exp/search.pl

or

http://www.titan.co.nz/Amigaak/AA060194.htm
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