CDTV Relocator for the TF536

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Re: CDTV Relocator for the TF536

Post by go0se » Thu Sep 10, 2020 10:17 pm

Gerber files for reloctors and extended ROM adapter:
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cdtv_V2.zip
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MC27C1000.zip
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cdtv_reloc_v3.zip
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Re: CDTV Relocator for the TF536

Post by utri007 » Fri Sep 11, 2020 9:25 am

What are dimensions of V3 relocator?
What else is required? Those things wich are soldered to it? I have no idee what they are in finnish, or english.

You seems to have CDTV, have you managed to get CD work on OS?

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Re: CDTV Relocator for the TF536

Post by terriblefire » Fri Sep 11, 2020 9:35 am

utri007 wrote:
Fri Sep 11, 2020 9:25 am
What are dimensions of V3 relocator?
What else is required? Those things wich are soldered to it? I have no idee what they are in finnish, or english.

You seems to have CDTV, have you managed to get CD work on OS?
At some point you are going to just have to dive in and start doing this for yourself as there will never be a "off the shelf" solution for the CDTV. Unless the warp guys make one.
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Re: CDTV Relocator for the TF536

Post by go0se » Fri Sep 11, 2020 11:06 am

utri007 wrote:
Fri Sep 11, 2020 9:25 am
What are dimensions of V3 relocator?
What else is required? Those things wich are soldered to it? I have no idee what they are in finnish, or english.

You seems to have CDTV, have you managed to get CD work on OS?
The dimensions of the V3 relocator are 112mm X 46mm

The V2 dimensions are 83mm X 46mm - no one dimension is over 102mm so will be cheaper to get manufactured by JLCPCB.

If you are building a TF536 for the CDTV use the V2 ( cdtv_V2.zip ) relocator, omit the JTAG pin header from the build and tape the underside of the JTAG footprint to isolate it from any possible contact with C163.

You can program the CPLD on the 536 easily by plugging 6 male pin headers into the interface at the end of whatever JTAG programmer you are using and holding the cable in position for the ten seconds that is required to program the CPLD.

I have a CDTV but the CD drive in that machine doesn't function with or without an accelerator so my problem is somewhat more fundamental than a DMA conflict ;)

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Re: CDTV Relocator for the TF536

Post by utri007 » Fri Sep 11, 2020 7:41 pm

@terriblefire
At some point you are going to just have to dive in and start doing this for yourself as there will never be a "off the shelf" solution for the CDTV. Unless the warp guys make one.
I'm well aware that, but I'm first to admit my weaknesses, I'm prety shitty with soldering. Sometimes when I do that, it always surprises me, how bad I'm with it. I can solve software problems myself, but it would be nice to know things like wich compo is proven to work? Like you seem to had KS 3.1 on your CDTV, but wich extended roms? I don't wait out "off the shelf" solution and I wount buy Warp accelertor for my CDTV or A500, and my AGA Amigas has already 68060 CPUs.

@go0se
The dimensions of the V3 relocator are 112mm X 46mm
You recomend V2 rather than V3?
If you are building a TF536 for the CDTV use the V2 ( cdtv_V2.zip ) relocator, omit the JTAG pin header from the build and tape the underside of the JTAG footprint to isolate it from any possible contact with C163.

You can program the CPLD on the 536 easily by plugging 6 male pin headers into the interface at the end of whatever JTAG programmer you are using and holding the cable in position for the ten seconds that is required to program the CPLD.
I woun't build TF536, I have aready arranged that. I'm just trying to make this "easy" for my "builder", so that everything is as ready as it could be. I ordered those IDE headers etc.

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Re: CDTV Relocator for the TF536

Post by go0se » Fri Sep 11, 2020 8:09 pm

Yes, order the V2 relocator, it is a better solution with less compromises. I was trying to solve outstanding issues but ended up creating another one with the V3 as discussed above. There is not much to choose between them, both will work but the V2 is smaller, simpler and cheaper. As long as your builder remembers to clip back / shorten the 68000 pins immediately above C16 on the TF536 and does not install the JTAG header then all should be fine.

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