DEC RX01 Parts
bitwiz at 12bitsbest.com
Fri Jan 21 18:42:12 CST 2022
Thank you. That is what I figured. Now all I need is a RK8E or RX28
controller and I'm all set.
I'm becoming more and more tempted to have some of Roland's TTL version
boards made and build one up myself.
I am trying to get an 8" shugart type drive and using the GreaseWeazel I
will be able to format disks for RX01.
The author of the original firmware is working with me to modify the
firmware for the screwy RX02 format.
The nice thing about the RX01 drive set that I have is that I can just
flip a dip switch and have an RX02 instead (as long as I install the
appropriate RX02 OS/8 driver and have the RX28 controller card).
On 1/21/2022 6:26 PM, Charles Dickman wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 7, 2022 at 7:41 PM Mike Katz via cctalk
> <cctalk at classiccmp.org> wrote:
> I don't know if the circuit boards are compatible with the RX8E
> Controller. The Read/Write Control Board is labeled 243A and the
> Disk Control Board is labeled 245A.
> What I know about the RX01/RX02 is only from poring over the manuals
> and schematics.
> There is only one RX01 system. It is compatible with all the
> controllers. There may be a jumper.
> I don't have any other 8" floppy systems to format the disks in.
> The format is IBM 3740. So quite common in the way that 8 inch
> floppies are common.
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