On 5/30/2011 4:24 PM, MikeS wrote: > > >> For me, a simple solution that plugs directly onto the PET IEEE card >> edge >> connector would be best. I'm not likely to have additional drives. If a >> solution can be made that's small and simple that would be great. >> It's too >> bad there is no power on the IEEE connector to power the unit, so we'd >> need to tap the cassette port again. I'd probably pick up a couple units >> if they were in the $50 price range give or take. Hmmm, means I need to order some .156" 12/24 connectors. >> Its been a long wait for a complete plug-and-play solution for PET card >> storage.... I guess I'm just sorry I've not been able to satisfy demand before now. >> >> >> Steve > > > ----- Reply: ----- > > Amen! > > No reason why it couldn't also have pass-through card edge fingers on the > opposite edge extending the port; that's how we connected to the IEEE > port > without the expensive hard-to-find connectors while still leaving a > place to > connect the standard cable connecting other drives/printers etc., and it > would certainly keep costs down. I like the pass through idea. It requires no more connectors. > > But Jim does have that inventory of connectors to unload... ;-) Oh, I shudder to think of a day where I spec parts in designs because I need to unload them :-/ > mike Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2011-05-31 03:00:18
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