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As far As I remember it needs +/-12V solely for UART (RS232/MIDI), and of course +12V also for floppy. Good thing is, a custom PSU may have two plugs - one for ST and one for SF floppy.
Good replacement is also an Astec AA21430 (it was used in CISCO 1800 series routers). Connector is a regular DIN-7F. Same cable fits also SF3x4 floppy drives (despite they use DIN-5 and don't have -12V line).
- Fri Mar 22, 2019 12:31 pm
- Forum: SOFTWARE PROGRAMMING & DISCUSSION
- Topic: Make my own DUAL TOS progamming
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All you really need to have is the TL866's own program (MiniPro). With it you can split images into odd/even bytes and merge them on the right boundaries. You just need to know how to count ;) I've given an explicit calculation example in topic about 6 ROM TOS: https://www.exxoshost.co.uk/forum/memb...
Due to surface structure of original case, colors look different on it than on shiny sample. I was painting with glossy paint and it wasn't too shiny, but I thing a better choice would be semi-gloss/satin, especially for painting on 3D printouts. When painting on plastic you have to use plastic prim...
- Thu Feb 21, 2019 8:35 am
- Forum: HARDWARE DISCUSSIONS
- Topic: Which 1040 STF is this?
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Later models had same floppy like STes, so it could came out from the factory in this shape (well, not shape, but configuration). So it is the late US (120VAC/60Hz !!!) version.