Re: [midatlanticretro] LSI-11 Floppy Controller Boards?
- On 10/30/2012 11:28 PM, Kyle Owen wrote:
> I got these two boards today from a friend. He thought I could use them.Sigma made a lot of fairly nice third-party DEC stuff. Everything
> From my little bit of research, I'd say they went to a PDP-11 or clone.
> I think they are 8" floppy controllers. I actually don't have a use for
> them, as I have nothing but PCs, S-100 and SS-50 machines. Maybe someday
> I'll get some minicomputers, but likely not anytime soon. If someone's
> interested in these, I'd certainly consider a trade for some S-100 boards.
> If anyone has any more info on these, or Sigma Information Systems in
> general, it'd be much appreciated!
> Album is here: http://imgur.com/a/73akO
from boards to chassis.
These boards connect to Shugart SA-801 (or similar) drives and emulate
a pair of RX01 or RX02 drives.
Dave McGuire, AK4HZ
New Kensington, PA