Apple II/IIgs bits

From: Richard Erlacher <>
Date: Mon Mar 18 23:13:49 2002

This MicroModem probably needs the external DAA (called Microcoupler). That's
the little 1.35"Hx3.5W"x5"W plastic box to which the cable connects. It's
been years since I last looked at one, but you might look around for that
part, if there's a place to look.


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Subject: Apple II/IIgs bits

> Available for postage ($3.50 in the US). Condition unknown.
> Hayes Micromodem II, which Google indicates is for an Apple II. Looks
> No cable, just the card.
> Applied Engineering Ramkeeper, which Google indicates is for a IIgs. Many
> of the chips are a bit scratched -- it's obviously been in a pile of boards
> for a while. This is supposed to be a battery-backed RAM board, but there's
> no RAM or battery. There's a couple places where it looks like things used
> to be glued to the board, and other possible damage. Probably not useful
> except as a source of chips (has ROM revision RK 1.7, and other chips
> labelled RK1A.N, RK2A.N, and RK3A.N).
> --James B.
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