rp at servium.ch
Mon Apr 23 17:58:29 CDT 2018
Depends on the exact processor board you have...
MVME147/162/177 all use the same MVME712 transition board. The manuals are
on bitsavers and contain the pinouts. But it's mostly academic as you can't
just build your own "simple" adapter. Some of the signals are multiplexed
and need to be decoded. MVME712 boards are easy to find and cheap, the
corresponding P2 adapter boards (and the cables to connect the P2 adapter
board to the MVME712) seem to be a bit rare ;(
On Mon, Apr 23, 2018 at 4:47 PM, David Coolbear via cctalk <
cctalk at classiccmp.org> wrote:
> I hope this qualifies as classic computing...
> Does anyone have the pin-out for the P2 connector on MVME processor boards?
> I think that the pin-out would be the same for MVME147, MVME177, MVME162,
> etc. and would mate with the P2 adapter board.
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