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Monitor, cables, ARM2s, RISC OS ROMs, and more

Post by ajw99uk » Sun Oct 15, 2017 1:31 pm

As a result of a recent clear-out, I am open to offers on the following items, mostly Acorn 32bit-related (if that that's the limit of your interest, please stop at "Other expansion cards) but, having found a number of enthusiasts work on more than one line, I'm taking the opportunity to include some non-Acorn workstation and generic kit.

Please post initial expressions of interest here. I am also listing on http://forums.nekochan.net/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=16732388.

EDIT: items under offer are marked **, struck-through items are gone.
EDIT2: what I thought was an Econet module almost certainly isn't, but I don't know what it is - please see revised description below for this 'mystery item'
EDIT3: most items now gone, I've listed a few on Ebay (marked as "EE", see bold text) but will cancel there if any here is interested.

Thanks for looking,
ajw99uk

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Monitor - collection/local delivery/halfway-handover only
Idek Iiyama VisionMaster Pro17 (MT9017E) CRT 17", 50-160Hz vertical and 27-92KHz horizontal.
Inputs: HD15 ('D-sub')and 5xBNC.
Goes very nicely with RiscPC or ColourCard-equipped Arc/A5000 (using 'CCMonitorType 2')
RISC OS MDF files at https://www.arcsite.de/hp/cms/emdf.html (with several variants).
Using BNC for video and sync (single or separate H/V), this monitor displays hi-res mono from Archimedes A540/R2xx and A4x0/R140.

Other items are all postable at modest cost, individually at least.

Cables (lengths are approximate)
Graphics
9M-9M cable, for Acorn Archimedes RGB output to Taxan 700-series multisync (1.5m, compare http://www.cjemicros.co.uk/micros/indiv ... B-7709)
9M-15M cable, for Acorn Archimedes RGB to VGA monitor (1.2m, pins 5,9,12,15 missing from HD15 plug, compare http://www.cjemicros.co.uk/micros/indiv ... L9M-9F)
15M-9F adapter, wired for converting VGA to Acorn Archimedes RGB output (homebrew version of http://www.cjemicros.co.uk/micros/indiv ... -15M9F)
15M-9F cable/adapter (0.6m cable, pins 4,5,9,12,15 missing from HD15 plug, application unknown, but compare http://www.cjemicros.co.uk/micros/indiv ... KF3015)
13W3-3BNC (RGB) adapter for workstations using sync-on-green output (e.g. SGI 'Mardigras' and XL/XZ boards)

SCART cable M-M, 1.5m
SCART 2-way adapter (two F, one M joined by c.30cm cable)
Serial(?) 2m extension/adapter 25F-9M (with spare 9F socket - the plug/sockets can all be opened for rewiring if necessary)
Printer cable 3m, 36pin Centronics plug at both ends (i.e. suit switchbox->printer)

Acorn CPUs and other ICs
ARM2 - working pull from A3000 upgrade to ARM3 circa 1994
ARM2 - working pull from R140 upgrade to ARM3
ARM3 25MHz upgrade for A310/A4x0 (IFEL carrier board to fit into ARM2 socket, ceramic package - condition doubtful)
Archimedes A440 MEMC 'Anna' and 'old' PAL (0276,023-01), condition unknown (I believe they came with an A440 which had been upgraded to MEMC1A and new PAL)
MEMC1A - probably working, with socket
RISC OS 4.02 ROMs, with installation CD
RISC OS 3.1 ROMs - part numbers 0296, 041-044 (EDIT: -01 suffix indicates 3.10 - see post below)
RISC OS 2.00 ROMs - part numbers 0283, 022-025 - 01 (Toshiba)
RISC OS 2.00 ROMs - part numbers 0283, 022-025 - 01 (Fujitsu)
RISC OS 2.00 ROMs - part numbers 0283, 022-025 - 01 (Fujitsu)
Wizzo5 IDEFS ROM for A5000, version 3.13
Archimedes HD floppy upgrade, as produced by Pasi Juppo (WD1772-PH, plus small PCB with socket, 74HC257P and 16MHz crystal to be fitted in place of the existing 1772, along the same lines as set out here http://qubeserver.com/Qube/projects/hdfloppy.html)


Acorn expansion cards and other hardware
MYSTERY ITEM - square PCB about 2 inches across, fits Econet socket in Archimedes/A5000/BBC Master but has only four ICs (and very little sign of any other components). Covered in black plastic, so cannot see details of those ICs. It is not EcoSCSI or the MIDI interface from The Serial Port, but presumed to be some other form of interface using the Econet socket on the m/b (and, in the absence of any connection aside from the 17+4 pins into that socket, also using the DIN socket for a cable plug
Wild Vision VED1 - PCB with a socket to fit over a VIDC1 and a 16pin plug, for fitting a ColourCard to an A3000
Watford Electronics external floppy drive buffer
RiscPC case locking pins, full set for single slice
RiscPC case lid (cosmetic blemish front RH corner, which has resisted a variety of domestic cleaning products)
Single-width blanking plate (three available, Arc/A5000 style)


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Other expansion cards
EE 3Com 3C597, EISA ethernet 10/100Mbit with RJ45 and BNC connections
EE Intel WiFi 2200BG, mini-PCI, working pull from laptop
EE LSI LS20320HP PCI-X 64bit Ultra320 HBA, single channel with one internal HD68 socket (NB no external socket), flashed with non-HP firmware for operation in an SGI workstation


RAM modules
EE DIMMs - four 256MB proprietary form factor for SGI Fuel/Tezro/Origin3x0
SIMMs - two sets of four of 16MB per SIMM, parity FPM, gold contacts, working pull from SGI Indigo2
SODIMMs
two 1GB DDR2 533MHz (PC4200), working pull as a pair from laptop
one 512MB DDR2 533MHz (PC4200)
one 512MB DDR2 533MHz (PC4200), working pull from laptop
two 64MB PC100, working pulls from (1) a Kinetic StrongARM card and (2) a Saintsong EspressoPC

Other CPUs
EE Pentium III M 1.0GHz, 133MHz FSB, 512MB cache, working pull from laptop
AMD Athlon X2-64, dual core, 2.5GHz, ADO5000IAA5DD

Other
Keyboard - Logitech Cordless iTouch, PS/2 plug on transceiver unit; keyboard has multimedia buttons as well as usual keypad etc (requires two AA batteries)
EE Hitachi GCC4244N slimline CDRW/DVDROM, working pull from Saintsong EspressoPC
EE six PCBs for IBM DCAS43440 hard drive, three narrow SCSI, three wide SCSI (68pin); purchased batch of seven, used one to repair a 2GB DCAS drive
EE Huawei Echolife HG520b ADSL modem/router/wifi/4-port switch (supplied by TalkTalk with 'locked' firmware, which might be replacable with 'unlocked'; even as it stands this unit can be used as for its four-port ethernet switch and/or wireless)
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Post by 1024MAK » Sun Oct 15, 2017 2:40 pm

You should have PM privileges.

See if you can reply to the test PM I just sent to you.

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Post by ajw99uk » Sun Oct 15, 2017 4:17 pm

1024MAK wrote:You should have PM privileges.

See if you can reply to the test PM I just sent to you.

Mark
Mark,
Thanks for picking this up. No sign of a pm from you yet, though one has arrived from another member. My reply has been sitting in the outbox, though only for a few minutes so far.

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Post by 1024MAK » Sun Oct 15, 2017 5:48 pm

Whoops! :oops: #-o

My fault. I forgot to actually send it :oops:
You should have it now...

When you send a PM, it will sit in your 'Outbox' until the recipient opens it. Then it will be moved to your 'Sent' box.

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Post by Trapper » Mon Oct 16, 2017 12:09 am

Are the 3.1 ROMs for 3.11 or 3.10

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Post by ajw99uk » Mon Oct 16, 2017 6:31 pm

Trapper wrote:Are the 3.1 ROMs for 3.11 or 3.10
Thanks for your interest.

From the listing here http://chrisacorns.computinghistory.org.uk/RISCOS.html it seems they are 3.10 as the last part of the part number is 01.

AIUI the difference between 3.10 and 3.11 is a serial or net module that can be soft-loaded if needed, though I imagine there my be some use cases where having that in ROM might be a key point.
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Post by ajw99uk » Mon Oct 16, 2017 6:34 pm

1024MAK wrote:Whoops! :oops: #-o
My fault. I forgot to actually send it :oops:
You should have it now...
No worries, all OK, thank you.
1024MAK wrote:When you send a PM, it will sit in your 'Outbox' until the recipient opens it. Then it will be moved to your 'Sent' box.
Nekochan uses the same system but so long since I've PM'd there I'd forgotten that's the trigger.
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Post by trixster » Tue Oct 17, 2017 2:00 pm

Is the Arm3 board gone?
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Post by ajw99uk » Thu Oct 19, 2017 5:54 am

trixster wrote:Is the Arm3 board gone?
Yes, sorry.
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Post by Trapper » Thu Oct 19, 2017 8:22 pm

Still have two of the RISC PC podule blanking panes?

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Post by ajw99uk » Thu Oct 19, 2017 9:16 pm

Trapper wrote:Still have two of the RISC PC podule blanking panes?
Yes, all 5 still available. They are Arc-style but if you specifically want a couple of RPC-style (cheaper postage!) I can swap them round.
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Post by Trapper » Thu Oct 19, 2017 11:35 pm

Please. They are to close the holes in my RISC PC. Top slice has covers but the bottom slice has blue card sellotaped in place!

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Post by ajw99uk » Fri Oct 20, 2017 5:57 am

Trapper wrote:Please. They are to close the holes in my RISC PC. Top slice has covers but the bottom slice has blue card sellotaped in place!
No problem, let's deal with details via PM.
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Post by ajw99uk » Sat Nov 11, 2017 12:18 pm

Please see first post for updated list of what's gone and what remains. Some items now also Ebay-listed but contact me here if interested in any of them.
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Post by ajw99uk » Mon Nov 20, 2017 9:48 am

The monitor is temporarily not available - it was a spare, becoming surplus to requirements, but now in use until I can fix a horizontal scanning issue on the primary monitor.
Running RISCOS: A5000, A540, R140, RiscPC, RPi B
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