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#1 2014-11-27 05:58:15

jt
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SE/30 Schematics: the missing pages . . .

.  .  .  somewhere on the web I found some interesting diagrams of the SE/30 that must have escaped an orchard somewhere. Conspicuously missing from these pages was documentation of the PDS and its connections to GLUE and the CPU. Has anyone seen or heard tell of such missing diagrams?

Inquiring idiots need to know!

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#2 2014-11-27 07:05:14

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Re: SE/30 Schematics: the missing pages . . .

http://cjss.sytes.net/lib/se30_schematics/SE30_P1.GIF
SE30_P1.GIF

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#3 2014-12-11 22:47:12

jt
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Re: SE/30 Schematics: the missing pages . . .

Just found this topic again, thanks, uni! smile

Another question about these schematics popped up in the meantime: SE/30 rework wire and BOMARC vs Apple schematics

It would be great if we could trace the differences between the two. I'll wager that there is more markup to be done on this Apple development schematic than anyone realizes. The BOMARC schematic was developed from a shipping unit. How much does BOMARC charge for schematics? If they were right on that trace, they're bound to be right on more. I think I need a couple of them.

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