sanyo lat-200a.

From: trashcan man <>
Date: Mon Sep 29 04:51:46 2003

On Sun, Sep 28, 2003 at 05:24:36PM -0500, Tothwolf wrote:
> > not sure if it's on-topic here, but anyway...
> >
> > i have an ISA board marked 'Sanyo LAT-200A'. it contains amd286 cpu,
> > couple of headland chips, four SIMM sockets, and two (even/odd) empty
> > bios sockets. does anybody know what it is, where to find bios images
> > and how to use it?
> Sounds like a single board computer for a passive backplane. Finding a
> BIOS probably isn't gonna be easy. You may be able to get it from the
> company that made the board, or you might be able to copy the BIOS from a
> 286 motherboard that uses the exact same chipset.
> Are there any markings on the board? What chipset does it use?

hm. markings? besides 'Sanyo LAT-200A' there is '2EC4BIPB32100
revision 2' ('I' or '1', don't know). chipset is made by Headland
Technology, three IC's are marked as: HT101A/B14A4924, GC113-PC
and HT102/B1A4000. there are also two sanyo chips: PH80C42A
and MB622160/16LT-DUAL.

what 'passive backplane' should do? provide power from PSU?
what will happen if i stick this into a normal pc?
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