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Ok, so it's taken me a fair old while to get round to this, but as I've recently been receiving lots of PMs about the Slogger PCBs I acquired back in 2009, I thought it was about time to make them available to the wider community.

Prices/availability:

Pegasus 400 DFS Very few remaining!
(Acorn Electron)
£10 each

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Photo of a populated board (Pic courtesy Martin Barr)
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Slogger Click
(Think these are actually PCBs for the BBC Master version ... will check)
£10 each or £30 for a sheet of four

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N.B. Some of these are pre-populated with the odd resistor ...

Slogger RS423 Board
(Electron)
£5 each

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N.B. This appears to be an unfinished prototype design that was intended to slot into the Slogger Plus 2.

Slogger Electron Joystick Interface
(BBC Micro)
2 for £5

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Slogger Stop Press 64 Limited number available!
(Acorn Electron)
£20

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N.B. Pricing is to discourage someone buying a PCB for the sake of it. The Stop Press 64 upgrades are incredibly rare (I've only ever seen one in the flesh and to my knowledge there's never been one listed on eBay etc) so please only buy one if you have the skills and intent to build a working unit. It'd be brilliant to see as many of these boards eventually being converted into complete/working interfaces.

Slogger Turbo Driver (Part-populated)
Very few remaining! (Acorn Electron)
£10 each

N.B. Requires replacement of PAL with GAL (see forum for code required to program GAL)

8271/1770 DFS Disk Interface Last couple of boards left
(BBC Micro)
£5 each


Slogger RX Keyboard Buffer (Narrow Tracks)
(Acorn Electron)
£2.50 each


Slogger RX Keyboard Buffer (Wider Tracks)
(Acorn Electron)
£2.50 each


Small Slogger PSU PCB
(Not sure what these are for!)
FREE with any purchase, if requested!


Notes:
- All boards are bare PCBs only (except where stated)
- First come first served!
- Limit of one per person on the Stop Press boards and two per person on the Pegasus boards
- P&P extra, at cost
- Payment by Paypal Gift (or bank transfer if preferred)
- Over the next few months I'll try and collate together a collection of supporting Schematics, Component Lists and ROM images (where applicable) for the above products

To order, please state exactly what you would like to buy in the thread FIRST, then PM me to arrange payment.

Please note I do not have any of the following PCBs available for sale:
- Slogger Master Ram Board
- Slogger Rombox
- Slogger Plus 2 interface
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Could I have two of the Slogger Pegasus boards please?

One is for me and one my brother who has been an Elk fan longer than me!
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I'd like 1 pegasus board please.
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Can I have a Pegasus and a Turbo board please. [-o<

By the way - I see you don't have any Master Ram boards, but I remember seeing some in the original thread. Are these all gone now, or is there a chance they might surface at some point in the future? :D

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Hi there
have sent you a PM with my wish list :)
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All four PCB requests replied to via PM.

Mark - I'm by no means 100% on the boards marked '1770' so I'll take a pic and post it to a new thread for comments/observation.

jms2 - there were only four MRB boards - I did pass one on, but I'm afraid I'm keeping the remaining three (ditto for the MRB PCBs that didn't have the edges cut out). Sorry!
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I'll take a turbo board, please . . . PM on its way.

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And Arcadian, a Turbo-Driver would be lovely...

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I would like the following please Dave

click
joystick i/f
rs423
and an sp64


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Hi Dave can i bag a sheet of 4 clicks and a slogger turbo driver. And those electron rx tiny pcbs please thanks.

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Hi,

Could I have a couple of Beeb 1770 boards, a Click and an Elk Turbo board please?

I'll send a PM later this evening...

Thanks,

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Have split discussion re: the identity of the 'mystery' PCB to a new thread in hardware:
http://www.stardot.org.uk/forums/viewto ... f=3&t=6093

RobC: as above, it turns out that the board I'd marked a 1770 interface isn't a 1770 interface at all (and more likely an Electron keyboard buffer or something). So I'll assume you won't need two of these (otherwise let me know).

Will reply to all outstanding PMs this evening. Cheers!
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Hi Dave

I'd like the following boards please:

1 x Pegasus 400 DFS @ £10 each
1 x sheet of four Slogger Click @ £15
2 x Slogger RS423 Board @ £5 each
2 x Slogger Electron Joystick Interface @ 2 for £5
1 x Slogger Stop Press 64 @ £20
2 x Slogger Turbo Driver (Part-populated) @ £5 each

Also I will take 2 of your 'mystery' PCB's [QUOTE "it turns out that the board I'd marked a 1770 interface isn't a 1770 interface at all (and more likely an Electron keyboard buffer or something).]

Am also interested in some of the
Arcadian wrote:Tiny PCBs: free with any purchase, if requested!
- Slogger PSU board (not sure what these are for ... will take some photos)
- Some other random board (again, will take a photo!)
Two of each if you have enough spare :mrgreen:

It's a shame you don't have any Slogger Plus 2 interface PCB's. Having a bit of a bug of reverse engineering things, I was going to take a look at this myself to work out if Stuart (aerworuld) is on the right track with the RS232 side of things.

Will send a PM shortly.

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Just a quick update - I've now found a handful of BBC Disk Interface PCBs, which are actually dual 8271/1770 interfaces (I've also located a schematic). These are available at £5 each "whilst supplies last" and I'll get a piccie online soon.

The 'mystery' boards were indeed Keyboard interfaces for the Slogger RX and interestingly, there appears to be two types (the second has 'wider' tracks). Again, I'll get some photos uploaded soon.
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I've also just discovered a set of three more Plus 2 PCBs, which I didn't realise I had.

They look like this!
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£10 each (+£2.70 postage) ... first come first served, limit of one per person!
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Arcadian wrote:Just a quick update - I've now found a handful of BBC Disk Interface PCBs, which are actually dual 8271/1770 interfaces (I've also located a schematic). These are available at £5 each "whilst supplies last" and I'll get a piccie online soon.
Hi Dave

8) Can you please add 1 x BBC Disk Interface PCB to my existing order :mrgreen:

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Hi,

Can I please buy 1 x BBC dual Disk Interface PCB.

cheers!:)

"Just a quick update - I've now found a handful of BBC Disk Interface PCBs, which are actually dual 8271/1770 interfaces (I've also located a schematic). These are available at £5 each "whilst supplies last" and I'll get a piccie online soon."
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Arcadian wrote:Just a quick update - I've now found a handful of BBC Disk Interface PCBs, which are actually dual 8271/1770 interfaces (I've also located a schematic). These are available at £5 each "whilst supplies last" and I'll get a piccie online soon.
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I'd like one of these as well, if any are still available. Could you PM me with payment details and so on ?

Cheers,

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Hello

Can I put my name down for one each of the following please:

Slogger CLick
Slogger Turbo Driver
8271/1770 DFS Disk Interface
Plus 2 PCB
Slogger PSU board
Slogger RX Keyboard Interface
Slogger Stop Press 64

Do I recall that amongst the items you picked up were the labels )blue/white) they used for their roms, if so will these be made available at some point?

Thanks

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Hi arcadian,
could I also have an electron turbo driver as well. I'll pm you regarding any extra postage.
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Arcadian wrote:I've also just discovered a set of three more Plus 2 PCBs, which I didn't realise I had.

They look like this!
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£10 each (+£2.70 postage) ... first come first served, limit of one per person!
All Plus 2 PCBs now sold!
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This might seem like an odd swap, but if anyone has any old 486 PC motherboards lying around, I'd be happy to trade them for Electron PCBs!

(And if you're in the North West or Midlands and happen to have complete 8086/286/386/486 or Pentium-1 PCs, I'd be up for trading those against Slogger boards too!).

P.S. All orders received so far will be posted Wednesday morning!
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Dave, I've got a working Packard Bell 486DX2 PC under the desk at work. Complete all but for a 5.25"" drive. Interested?
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Aye, for sure! Will send you a PM! :)
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I think I may have a 386 board - along with a Quarterdeck (spelling?) adaptor that allows task switching - I'll get more details for you at the weekend.

Interested?

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Again, yes - would be nice to have a 386 again; God knows what happened to our original 386SX ... prolly ended up in the skip! PM on the way!
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Quick update: I didn't actually arrive home until today, but about half of the Slogger PCB packages went out in this afternoon's post, and the remainder will go out tomorrow.
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Hi Dave. Ive no idea what I'm looking at here. Are any of these things disk interfaces for the electron?
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Alright Martin - nice to see you back on the Stairway.

Anyway, they're bare PCBs I bought a few years ago, from what was left of Slogger Computers' stock (they were a leading manufacturer of Electron peripherals back in the 80s).

And the first PCB I've listed (the Pegasus 400 - more info here is indeed an Electron Disk interface (which you can use with both DFS and ADFS Roms if you wish).

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guddler wrote:Hi Dave. Ive no idea what I'm looking at here. Are any of these things disk interfaces for the electron?
Don't forget you'll need a plus one or rombox plus to actually use the disk interface - it doesn't just attach to the back of the elk!

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