Versatec Board

From: Marvin Johnston <>
Date: Sun Jul 7 17:52:26 2002

Tony Duell wrote:
> > I've got a Versatec Board with the only ID I can recognize being
> > "C-NOVA/F10/DMA". Most of the chips are code dated 1979; anyone know
> > what this thing is and does anyone need it?
> COuld it be a board that fits into a Nova (is it the right size and edge
> connector patterns)? If so, I would guess it's an interface to link one
> of those Versatec printer/plotters to the Nova (and one that used DMA to
> transfer the large (for the time) bitmaps to the printer). Somewhere I

This board is approximately 14" or 15" square and has two edge
connectors on the bottom approximately 6' - 7" long; I don't recall what
the Nova boards look like. While it has some test points on it, it does
not have any connectors to the outside world.
Received on Sun Jul 07 2002 - 17:52:26 BST

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