RE: C= mice
Date: 2003-10-07 03:46:05

Hello Ruud,
The common variety of Commodore mice all have a LM339 chip in them and thus
supply quadrature signals only to the DB9. The 1351 does not, it has a
custom MOS chip 5xxx
- Nick

-----Original Message-----
From: Baltissen, GJPAA (Ruud) []
Sent: Monday, 6 October 2003 8:47 PM
To: ''
Subject: C= mice

Hallo allemaal, 

Last week I cleaned up my room and found quite some C= mice. The problem is:
what kind of mouse do I have in my hand? I know there are four mice: Amiga,
PC (RS-232), PC10/20 (1352) and the C64/128 mouse (1351 ???) and maybe even
another C64-one. How do I see the difference? And what about the "try and
error" method?

Thanks for any info. 

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