PS/2 SCSI question

From: David Wollmann <>
Date: Mon Apr 20 16:11:32 1998

At 01:31 PM 4/19/98 -0500, you wrote:
>David Wollmann wrote:
>> That's a Centronics Micro. I have a Asus SC875 (NCR) host adapter that uses
>> the same connector (great adapter for Linux, BTW.) I got my cable (Cent.
>> Micro to Cent. Std.) from Datalink, right here in Tulsa. They recently
>> moved and I don't have the new #, just dial (918) 555-1212 for Tulsa
>> directory assistance. We've used these guys for years--they do a lot of
>> "custom" cables, including the IBM PCjr keyboard and serial adapter cables.
>> If you can describe the connectors, cable and pinouts, they can build it
>> for you.
>I'll check with them. Do you know what SCSI level the Cent/micro is
compatible with? I
>assume by the 60 pins that it's SCSI 1 with a few excess pins. I'm not
sure but since
>you mention it that the Sun cards I had used the same type. It may have
used the normal
>50 pin HPHD type. They are about the same size.

I was full of it--my fuzzy memory tells me the card with the tiny
Centronics is an Adaptec SCSI-2 Fast. Next time I make my way upstairs I'll
take a look for sure.

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