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INMOS B415 Differential Link TRAM

Features
General Description

The SCSI TRAM acts as an interface between an INMOS link and the SCSI bus as defined in the ANSI X3.131-1986 standard. It allows transputer systems to connect to winchester disks, optical disks, and other peripherals via the SCSI bus. The SCSI TRAM consists of an IMST222 16-bit transputer with 64 Kbytes of SRAM for program and data buffers. An intelligent interface device is used to implement the connection to the SCSI bus which allows common sequences to proceed without intervention from the IMST222. Target and initiator modes are supported. On board removable SCSI bus terminators are provided. A standard port is implemented on the TRAM

User Manual & Support Software

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