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PS180-16FN

PERSTOR SYSTEMS, INC.

PS180-16FN

Data bus: 8-bit, ISA

Size: Full-length, full-height card

Hard drives supported: Two MFM or RLL ST506/ST412 drives or one of each

Floppy drives supported: None

Maximum heads/cyl.: 15 heads and 1024 cylinders

CONNECTIONS

Function

Location

34-pin control cable connector-hard drive

CN1

20-pin data cable connector-drive 0

CN3

20-pin data cable connector-drive 1

CN4

34-pin control cable connector-hard drive

CN5

4-pin connector-drive active LED

CN6

USER CONFIGURABLE SETTINGS - ALL REVISIONS

Function

Location

Setting

BIOS enabled

JP1/jumper 1

closed

 

BIOS disabled

JP1/jumper 1

open

USER CONFIGURABLE SETTINGS - REVISION 1.3 ONLY

Function

Location

Setting

Hard drive port address is 1F0-1F7h

JP3

closed

 

Hard drive port address is 170-177h

JP3

open

Floppy drive enabled

JP6

closed

 

Floppy drive disabled

JP6

open

USER CONFIGURABLE SETTINGS - REVISION 2.2 ONLY

Function

Location

Setting

Floppy drive port address is 3F0-3F7h

JP4

pins 1 & 2 closed

 

Floppy drive port address is 370-377h

JP4

pins 2 & 3 closed

Hard drive port address is 1F0-1F7h

JP8

pins 1 & 2 closed

 

Hard drive port address is 170-177h

JP8

pins 2 & 3 closed

Floppy drive enabled

JP13

pins 1 & 2 closed

 

Floppy drive disabled

JP13

pins 2 & 3 closed

BIOS ADDRESS

Address

JP1/2

JP1/3

JP1/4

JP1/5

JP1/6

JP1/7

JP1/8

JP1/9

C400h

closed

open

closed

closed

closed

open

open

closed

CA00h

open

closed

open

closed

closed

open

open

closed

CC00h

closed

open

open

closed

closed

open

open

closed

CE00h

open

open

open

closed

closed

open

open

closed

D800h

closed

closed

open

open

closed

open

open

closed

DC00h

closed

open

open

open

closed

open

open

closed

DC00h

open

open

open

open

closed

open

open

closed

MISCELLANEOUS TECHNICAL NOTES

JP1/jumpers 2 through 9 are the BIOS address select. The factory setting is C800 and is set with trace wires at JP1/jumpers 2, 3, 5, 6, and 9. The BIOS address may be changed by cutting the traces and closing other pins, using the information in the table above. However any modifications to the controller will void the warranty!