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Re: Replacement P2 for MVME167, MVEM177, and a newer 712
The killer is once you find the CPU card, you need a
cage/chassis/whatever to put it in. If your in the US and your are not
in a hurry they show up.
Then you need what is called a P2 adapter then a interface/breakout
module MVME712/M and the cable that goes between them.
What I discovered is the going price for P2+712 for a fortune, more
than what you can find a CPU for and almost none have the cable.
The cable is not your basic 64 pin IDC 2 row type, at least for the 167/177.
Hence why I said the heck with it and started a board layout and
started to accumulate the parts on the surplus market, my hope is by
summer I will have all the parts to build both if there is any demand.
On Tue, Feb 14, 2017 at 12:43 PM, David Brownlee <abs%netbsd.org@localhost> wrote:
> On 13 February 2017 at 21:12, Pete Lancashire <pete%petelancashire.com@localhost> wrote:
>> Running on a Motorola MVME167 or 177 ?
>> This summer I'm going to make a replacement adapter for the P2 cable
>> adapter to 712M,
>> and after that a newer 712.
>> I've been a VXI user for quite some time, and got the bug to do a 68K
>> and 88K VME setup for fun.
>> Finding the 712 connector interface and the P2 card is quite hard to
>> do if you dont want to pay prices that take all the fun out it.
>> I've been helped with a couple guys that have home MVME setups, and an
>> soliciting suggestions on improvements and modernizations
>> For example
>> Replace the network connector on the 712M with a onboard AUI and a RJ45 jack,
>> Change the serial connectors to 9 Pin
>> Optionally include a serial to USB module, and maybe even a wireless interface.
>> On the P2 card, add a 68 Pin SCSI socket, with the high byte pulled
>> high (same as a 50 to 68 pin adapter)
>> Change the 50 Pin SCSI connector to a 68 Pin
>> So .. anyone still playing with these boards and need a P2 ? and maybe
>> a more up to date 712 ?
> Would love to be playing with am 167 or 177, but just lurking on the
> list - the closest I can get is an Atari TT (with VME network card
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