Amiga Hardware Database Expansion cards



M-Tec A1200 Manual Photo
Company
M-Tec, Germany
 Date
1993
 Amiga
A1200
 Interface
trapdoor slot
 
    FPU
  • early versions (Neuroth design) have PLCC FPU socket
  • later versions (marked as "A1200 Speedup") have PGA FPU socket
  • can be clocked either synchronously (14.28 MHz) or asynchronously (up to 50 MHz with oscillator)
    memory
  • four 30 pin SIMM sockets for 4 MB RAM
  • accepts 1 MB, 80 ns or faster SIMMs in a group of four
  • the height of SIMMs cannot be larger than 15 mm
  • PCMCIA compatible
    notes
  • available with or without battery backed up clock
  • lithium battery (not rechargeable)
  • clock write protection jumper

    Photo
    M-Tec M-Tec A1200 -  front side
    front side

    M-Tec M-Tec A1200 -  front side
    front side

    M-Tec M-Tec A1200 -  front side
    front side

    M-Tec M-Tec A1200 -  back side
    back side




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