From: Mike Paull (mpaull_at_optusnet.com.au)
Date: 2003-11-02 01:31:01
Hi Ruud, I have a manual for the BI-80 which I can scan for you if you like. However I must warn you that my scanner produces poor quality scans as it seems to have gone out of focus a little. That is not to say you won't be able to read it, just expect a headache if you stare at it too much :) Mike On Thu, 30 Oct 2003 08:56:04 +0100, you wrote: >Hallo allemaal, > > >The day before yesterday I received some nice things for free. But >unfortunately without manuals and the included floppies are all damaged. So >any info and/or software is welcome. > >- Dela IC tester. This device is produced in Germany. It can test IC's up to >20 pins. The board is equiped with 2 8255's. > >- B.I.-80 80 column display adapter for the C64. Produced by "Batteries >included", a Canadian firm. I don't know if it works, it certainly doesn't >fire up in 80 columns mode. Any info is welcome > >- There was a floppy from the same firm labeled "The consultant". One could >imagine that this is the floppy for this adapter. OTOH there was a very >small box 2*2*1 cm with "The Consultant" engraved included which seems to be >a kind of dongle. Why would one need an extra dongle for the above adapter. >A search on internet revealed that this could be a database program for the >C64. > >- DAMS IEEE 448 interface. Produced in the UK. > >Many thanks in advance !!! Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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