beachycove wrote:the Japanese fellow...
Von wrote:THe first thing I tried was to have the rasterops card go horizontally and it collides with the tube...
beachycove wrote:I don't think it would collide with the tube if the floppy drive in particular weren't in the way. It might well do that if attached to the riser card pictured, however.
Trash80toHP_Mini wrote:< . . . wonders which way the card would point if a IIsi NuBus Adapter were stuck into an SE/30's PDS . . . >
Trash80toHP_Mini wrote:orientation of Pin 1 of adapter <-> to SE/30 PDS
Bunsen wrote: Trash80toHP_Mini wrote:orientation of Pin 1 of adapter <-> to SE/30 PDS
Just give it to me straight, I can take it - the IIsi and SE/30 PDS slots are 180˚ rotated compared to each other or something - yeah? As in, one has Pin 1 towards the rear of the case, and the other away from the rear?
Course, the SE/30 was never designed to take a Nubus card. Presumably this also means any back panel connector soldered directly to a (Nubus or IIsi-only PDS) card will end up buried deep inside the SE/30. This must be why so many '030 PDS cards have a cable and a separate PCB for the back panel connector.
Trash80toHP_Mini wrote:What's the average lifespan of an SE/30 Analog Board after it's been put under that kinda load, BTW?
Well, that's got me thinking of what I might get up to one cold winter night next year....
MInd telling us exactly what cards you're playing with there? It'll make things a bit easier to follow.Trash80toHP_Mini wrote:this piccie
Hmm, interesting - and available locally and cheaply (that's +2 compared to EuroDIN adapters). Look as though they could be bent to convenient angles pretty easily too.Trash80toHP_Mini wrote:Machine Pin Sockets
But if you attach them to the back of the card, then the pinout is going to be in the wrong order ...
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