Amiga Hardware Database Expansion cards


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A1000 SCSI Photo Software
Company
C-Ltd., USA
 Date
1988
 Amiga
A1000
 Interface
side expansion port
 Autoconfig ID
1004 / 12
    SCSI controller
  • AMD 5380 controller IC
  • uses polled I/O transfers
  • does not autoboot, reads CLtd.device from floppy
  • DB25 external SCSI connector
  • 50 pin internal SCSI header - but there is no space for mounting a hard disk inside the case
  • A-Max II driver (cltd.amhd)



A2000 SCSI Software
Company
C-Ltd., USA
 Date
1987
 Amiga
A2000, A3000, A4000
 Interface
Zorro II
 Autoconfig ID
1004 / 12
    SCSI controller
  • AMD 5380 controller IC
  • uses polled I/O transfers
  • does not autoboot, reads CLtd.device from floppy
  • DB25 external SCSI connector
  • 50 pin internal SCSI header - but there is no space for mounting a hard disk on the card
  • A-Max II driver (cltd.amhd)
  • two screw holes to mount a SCSI-to-MFM converter card



aMEGA Photo Software
Company
CardCo / C-Ltd., USA
 Date
1986
 Amiga
A1000
 Interface
side expansion port
 Autoconfig ID
1004 / 245
  • 32 DIP sockets for 1 MB RAM
  • 256k×1, 150 ns DIPs
  • the memory is autoconfigured under KickStart 1.2
  • Intel C8208 DRAM controller
  • all components are socketed
  • connects to the side expansion port
  • optional passthrough connector - multiple aMEGA boxes can be connected together
  • early versions were buggy and generated too much wait-states, performing slower than Chip RAM - cutting a trace and soldering a wire fixes it

    Photo
    CardCo / C-Ltd. aMEGA -  front side
    front side

    CardCo / C-Ltd. aMEGA -  front side
    front side

    CardCo / C-Ltd. aMEGA - PCB front side
    PCB, front side



C-Ltd. 502 Photo
Company
C-Ltd., USA
 Date
1989
 Amiga
A500
 Interface
trapdoor slot, Gary socket
 
  • 16 DIP sockets
  • 512 kB with 256k×1 DIPs
  • 2 MB with 256k×4 DIPs
  • connects to the trapdoor slot
  • the 2 MB version is supplied with a Gary adaptor
  • battery backed up clock

    Photo
    C-Ltd. C-Ltd. 502 -  front side
    front side

    C-Ltd. C-Ltd. 502 -  back side
    back side



Kronos Photo Software
Company
C-Ltd., USA
 Date
1989
 Amiga
A2000, A3000, A4000
 Interface
Zorro II
 Autoconfig ID
1004 / 4
2050 / 4
    SCSI controller
  • AMD 5380 controller IC
  • dual-buffered pseudo-DMA design
  • autoboot ROM - autobooting requires Kickstart 1.3
  • place for two 3.5" hard disks on the card (on both sides)
  • 50 pin internal header
  • DB25 external connector
  • supports SCSI network sharing

    Photo
    C-Ltd. Kronos -  front side
    front side

    C-Ltd. Kronos -  front side
    front side

    C-Ltd. Kronos -  back side
    back side

    C-Ltd. Kronos -  back side
    back side



Kronos 1000 Photo
Company
C-Ltd., USA
 Date
1989
 Amiga
A1000
 Interface
side expansion port
 Autoconfig ID
1004 / 4
2050 / 4
    SCSI controller
  • AMD 5380 controller IC
  • dual-buffered pseudo-DMA design
  • autoboot ROM - autobooting requires Kickstart 1.3
  • has a 50 pin internal header but there is no space for a drive inside the case
  • DB25 external connector
  • supports SCSI network sharing
  • passthrough connector

    Photo
    C-Ltd. Kronos 1000 -  front side
    front side

    C-Ltd. Kronos 1000 -  back side
    back side



TimeSaver Photo
Company
C-Ltd., USA
 Date
1987
 Amiga
A1000
 Interface
keyboard port
 
    clock
  • battery backed up clock
  • connects between the A1000 and the keyboard
  • intercepts every keystroke before it's sent to the computer
  • allows the creation of keyboard macros, a combination of two or more keys which are translated into whole strings of characters
  • a predefined set of macros is already saved in EPROM
  • features an 8 bit microprocessor, 8 kB RAM and 8 kB EPROM
  • needs no special software to set the Amiga's clock, it simply sends an AmigaDOS Date command with the current date and time
  • the clock is controlled by the Help key + one of the function keys (eg. Help + F4 allows setting the clock, Help + F5 reads the current time)
  • the 'auto macro' feature automatically plays a macro after booting
  • optional password function (without the proper password the Amiga does not boot) - the maximum password length is 4 characters
  • command history for up to 1000 characters
  • two different versions for american and german keyboard layouts
  • all chips are socketed

    Photo
    C-Ltd. TimeSaver - Interior front side
    Interior, front side

    C-Ltd. TimeSaver - Exterior front side
    Exterior, front side




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