Mathias Roslund wrote: > I recently got my hands on a lot of C64 software and hardware and while > going through it I found something interesting, a C65. It does not have the > internal drive but the motherboard looks ok as well as the keyboard. > However, I've been unable to find a propriate PSU and thus have not been > able to test it. I've searched the Internet and found out that I should > feed it with 12V and 5V and thus I should be able to use a standard PC PSU. > But nowhere have I been able to find out which pin should be assigned to > which voltage / groud. Can anyone help? I believe the C65 uses the same power supply as the 1581/1541-II, so this should work. Borrowed from http://landru.i-link-2.net/rcarlsen/cbm/pinouts.txt : "This is the pinout of the 1581 power connector. It is shown facing the rear of the drive. Note that the same power supply is used for the 1541-II and the 1571-II. The supply puts out two voltages: +5 volts DC at 1 Amp and +12 volts DC at 1/2 Amp. Some versions of this supply are rated at .7 Amps on the 5 volt output. +12VDC -----O O----- +5VDC no connection -----O O----- GROUND" -- Robin Harbron email@example.com http://www.tbaytel.net/macbeth http://www.psw.ca/ !! New songs from my band at: http://www.mp3.com/Transparencies Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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