identify this MicroSolutions card?

From: Joe R. <>
Date: Mon Nov 15 15:06:54 2004

  I found this in a load of scrap this weekend. It's marked MicroSolutions (makers of the highly desirable Capticards) so I grabbed it. It fits an 8 bit ISA slot and says Pacific Rim Technologies on the component side and MicroSolutions on the other. It has jumpers for address (only marked A and B) as well as DMA and IRQ settings. It's only about 4 inches long and has a UM8272A LSI IC and about a dozen SSI ICs. There is a D(something) 37F connector on the back on the card and solder pads for 34 ribbon cable header on the inside edge but no header installed. What have I got? I'm sure that it's some kind of floppy drive controller but nothing beyond that.

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