resistor packs for terminating SCSI bus inside Exabyte 8020
nw.johnson at ieee.org
Wed Feb 10 17:07:59 CST 2021
All suppositions correct - (or was it suppositories ?)
I got the SIP resistor packs today from Digikey. I ordered
4608X-4-221/331L but what came was marked just 8x-4-221-331L
Works fine, now Diloq SQ703 recognises the drive and built-in diags
print a response. NetBSD recogised it as a TK50.
Now I am waiting for a shipment of cassettes to try it out!
Thanks to all who had useful suggestions.
Nigel Johnson, MSc., MIEEE, MCSE VE3ID/G4AJQ/VA3MCU
Amateur Radio, the origin of the open-source concept!
Skype: TILBURY2591 nw.johnson at ieee.org
On 2021-02-06 8:51 p.m., Glen Slick via cctalk wrote:
> On Sat, Feb 6, 2021 at 4:33 PM Nigel Johnson via cctalk
> <cctalk at classiccmp.org> wrote:
>> I have some 4608X-104-221/331L currently in my digikey shopping basket -
>> I will place order on Monday after I confirm that the two outside pins
>> go to Vcc and Fss and the six others go to signal pins on the bus.
> I pulled the SIP packs out of my EXB-8200 because it is mounted in an
> external case and the next time I go to use it I would probably attach
> an external terminator to it without thinking that it was terminated
> I measured ~91-Ohm between pin 1 and pin 8, which is the expected
> value for (6x) (220-Ohm + 330-Ohm) in parallel.
> I measured ~163-Ohm between pin 1 and each of pin 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.
> That is the expected value for 330-Ohm in parallel with (220-Ohm in
> series with 110-Ohm ((5x) (220-Ohm + 330-Ohm) in parallel).
> I measured ~145-Ohm between pin 8 and each of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. That
> is the expected value for 220-Ohm in parallel with (330-Ohm in series
> with 110-Ohm ((5x) (220-Ohm + 330-Ohm) in parallel).
> So a 4608X-104-221/331L should be a functional equivalent (220-Ohm in
> common to pin 8, 330-Ohm in common to pin 1).
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