[SATLUG] OT: Help needed to identify an old part
alesmerises at satx.rr.com
Fri Oct 31 12:49:50 CDT 2008
Yeah, I forgot to mention the little number display with the up/down
selector buttons -- that's what made me think it was a SCSI interface.
Actually, it looks like I could put in another drive (there's a second
data connection on the PC board) if I wanted to.
Jim Parkhurst wrote:
> Looks like an external SCSI-1 drive enclosure. Good for one floppy or hard drive. The round opening at the lower-right looks to be the power input from an external brick. This would supply the 12/5v for the drive. And, of course, the little rectangle between the power switch and the top SCSI-1 connector is the SCSI ID switch with buttons top (touch up) and bottom (touch down). Except for the power connector that one looks like the one I (used to) have at home ... before one of my sons got SCSI happy(!).
>>>> Alan Lesmerises <alesmerises at satx.rr.com> 10/31/2008 09:15
>>>> I picked up an external drive enclosure, but I need a little help
>>>> identifying a couple of things. It says 'DaynaFile' on the unit, but
>>>> there's no model number or anything. Here is a link to a picture of the
>>>> back face of the unit:
>>>> I'm guessing the data connections are for a SCSI (I can't be sure since
>>>> I've never owned any SCSI devices before) -- can anyone confirm that?
>>>> Also, there was no power cable, and there is no transformer inside the
>>>> unit, so I suspect it would have 12V or 5V input into the box (i.e., the
>>>> transformer is external) -- does anyone know what I should be looking for?
>>>> Please let me know if there is anything else you can tell me about
>>>> this. TIA.
>>>> Al Lesmerises
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