Tall Tree Systems`JRAM-3'

From: Robert Schaefer <rschaefe_at_gcfn.org>
Date: Sun Dec 2 14:10:39 2001

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From: "Fred Cisin (XenoSoft)" <cisin_at_xenosoft.com>
To: <classiccmp_at_classiccmp.org>
Sent: Sunday, December 02, 2001 02:18 PM
Subject: RE: Tall Tree Systems`JRAM-3'

> On Sun, 2 Dec 2001, Douglas Quebbeman wrote:
> > Expanded memory (Al la AboveBoard, etc) plus serial port. Daughter
> > board added realtime batter-backed clock IIRC.
> Many different daughter cards. Like the Maynard's, it was basically a
> system bus of their own.

Looks to me like straight ISA on a header. Shouldn't be too hard to convert
a 1/3 length card to plug right in, if it has vias all along the bottom.
Trim the card-edge, solder on two rows of pins, and slap it in! I can't
think of anything I want bad enought to do all that work for, tho.

> > Used one in the Zenith
> > Z150 I have now (but didn't get the JRAM-3 with the Zenith).
> Want?
> If and when I can dig them out, I think that I have more than enough to
> satisfy everybody who is crazy enough to want 'em.
Received on Sun Dec 02 2001 - 14:10:39 GMT

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