Date: Thu, 31 Aug 2006 18:06:30
From: "Joe R." <rigdonj at cfl.rr.com>
Subject: Re: Question about Z80 ISA bus board
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I don't know about this particular board but several companies did build
Z-80 boards to fit into a PC an allow you to run CPM. I used to have one
made by Baby Blue or some such.
At 08:16 PM 8/30/06 -0500, you wrote:
>Hope to generate less heat this time.
>Full length ISA card, XT card edge connection, DB 37 male connector,
>Z80B, 8 4164's, 2 2764's, 2 Mostek MK4801AN-4's, MC1420B, 10 MHZ
>crystal, and a handful of 74LSxxx glue chips. Only identification
>lettering is "BETRONIX = SWEDEN=PC84"
>Anyone have an ideal what it could be? Betronix made circuit board
Looks like my choice is to dig up an ISA bus machine and plug it in and
see what happens.