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2000\11\21@105652 by Matthieu Baraban

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Hello,

Where can I find a ISA board that can control digital outputs ?
I would like schematics + explanations on how it works.
Thanks,

Matt.

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2000\11\21@110954 by David VanHorn

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At 05:00 PM 11/21/00 +0100, Matthieu Baraban wrote:
>Hello,
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>Where can I find a ISA board that can control digital outputs ?
>I would like schematics + explanations on how it works.
>Thanks,


Computerboards.

They do digital i/o, timers, A/D and D/A, and a bunch of other fun stuff.
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2000\11\21@114735 by Matthieu Baraban

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>Computerboards.
>They do digital i/o, timers, A/D and D/A, and a bunch of other fun stuff.


Ok, thanks, but my goal is to make one. I need to know how to make it.
I don't want to buy one.
Thanks,

Matt.

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2000\11\21@123322 by Mark Walsh

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> >Computerboards.
> >They do digital i/o, timers, A/D and D/A, and a bunch of other fun stuff.
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> Ok, thanks, but my goal is to make one. I need to know how to make it.
> I don't want to buy one.
> Thanks,
>
> Matt.
>

There is probably web based info available, but I don't have any links
handy.  Annabooks sells some very good reference books on a number of topics
including ISA and EISA bus.

http://www.annatechnology.com/annatech/homebook.asp


Mark Walsh

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2000\11\21@123326 by Sten Dahlgren

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Matthieu Baraban wrote:
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> Hello,
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> Where can I find a ISA board that can control digital outputs ?
> I would like schematics + explanations on how it works.
> Thanks,
>
> Matt.

even better link

http://www.us-epanorama.net/project_pc.html

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2000\11\21@123916 by Sten Dahlgren

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Matthieu Baraban wrote:
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> Hello,
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> Where can I find a ISA board that can control digital outputs ?
> I would like schematics + explanations on how it works.
> Thanks,
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> Matt.
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try this link

http://www.jps.net/joeltr/

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2000\11\21@130652 by Alan B. Pearce

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Another good place to start is to get a "prototyping" card for a PC. These are a
basic PC card with decoder and a large breadboarding area that you can put your
own circuit on. There is space on the end of the card for a connector, typically
suitable for a "D" series connector, or a ribbon cable connector. These cards
have an advantage that they are already made to the PC card dimensions for an
ISA card, and plug straight in. They also come with the circuit for the decoder,
which uses something like a half dozen standard IC's.


If in USA, then Jameco or a similar store is probably a good bet. In Europe try
RS Components.

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2000\11\21@171159 by Stuart O'Reilly

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Try this site, it's got information and links to virtually everything
including isa cards.
Regards
Stuart O'Reilly


http://www.us-epanorama.net/index.html





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2000\11\21@180130 by Antonio L Benci

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Get your hands on the following book...

       Interfacing to the IBM Personal Computer
       by Lewis C. Eggebrecht
       ISBN: 0-672-22722-3

It tells you all that you need to know PLUS provides software details on
accessing the h/w.

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2000\11\21@194756 by Randy A.

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Alan:

That is exactly what one needs for experimenting with the ISA bus in a PC.
You can get either the solder prototyping boards on which you solder your
sockets / components or you can get an actual breadboard with the plug in
breadboard connections on it for temporary connections so you can change
things around if needed.

Again, both are available from Jameco here in the U.S., not sure about Europe.

Hope this adds some more useful info.

Randy A.

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2000\11\21@202327 by dre Domingos F. Souza

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>Where can I find a ISA board that can control digital outputs ?
>I would like schematics + explanations on how it works.

       A good bet is http://www.beyondlogic.com or http://www.circuitcellar.com


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2000\11\21@210351 by Sean H. Breheny

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Hi Alexandre,

I meant that on this particular computer it doesn't. In response to others'
questions, it is running win 98SE and  I forget the Netscape version off
the top of my head (It might be 4.0). I didn't have time to play with it
today,so I don't have further info on it.

Sean

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2000\11\22@012227 by w. v. ooijen / f. hanneman

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A parallel port card?

> Where can I find a ISA board that can control digital outputs ?
> I would like schematics + explanations on how it works.
> Thanks,
>
> Matt.

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2000\11\24@083820 by Dan

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There are some schematics in the web of digital I/O boards (for ISA bus)
using the PPI 82C55.
If you can't find them  email me and I will send you what I find in my
archives...

Dan

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2000\11\27@015429 by Vasile Surducan

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On Thu, 23 Nov 2000, Dan wrote:

> There are some schematics in the web of digital I/O boards (for ISA bus)
> using the PPI 82C55.
> If you can't find them  email me and I will send you what I find in my
> archives...

 http://www.geocities.com/vsurducan/electro.htm

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