Apple IIe card

From: Tothwolf <>
Date: Wed Apr 3 01:25:16 2002

On Tue, 2 Apr 2002 wrote:


> Bar between H+I is an "A102J" resistor pack (1kohm?)
> The header is next to I, right angle (pins parallel to board)
> Two rows of pins, total of 26 pins.
> SW is a 4-position SPST dip switch

Looks like a parallel printer card. The dip switch would be used for
enabling/disabling different modes of operation for different printers.

You could probably make up a cable for it from a 26 pin IDC ribbon cable
connector, 6ft or so of 26 conductor ribbon cable, and a 36 pin IDC
centronics-style connector. Since it uses a 26 conductor cable, I don't
think you'd even have to fan out the cable at the 36 pin connector. You
would have to make sure to get the pin 1 orientation right for both

Received on Wed Apr 03 2002 - 01:25:16 BST

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