> -----Original Message----- > From: cctalk [mailto:cctalk-boun...@classiccmp.org] On Behalf Of sop00000h > via cctalk > Sent: 12 February 2018 11:22 > To: cct...@classiccmp.org > Subject: PDP 11/05 - looking for help - looking for Jorg Hoppe? > > Jorg Hoppe: > > I am the proud owner of an old pdp11/05. I does not have a M9970 (nor can I > find one). So I cant do 20ma/rs232 output. I read in somebodies note about > jumpers @W1 and W2 on the M7261F that I have. Apparently cutting one of > these disables the onboard uart and will allow me to put in a serial card. I > cant find the jumpers. Nor can I find a print set. Any suggestions?
Its not a slim line 11/505 is it, in which case you don't appear to need the M9970. If its not would it be possible to make an M9970. They appear to be just passive http://www.vintagecomputer.net/digital/pdp11-05/dec_M9970_BERG_BACKPLANE_CON NECTOR.JPG Or pick up the signals from the wire wrap as described here :- https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/vmsnet.pdp-11/_FavYTL-5Bg you can pick-up the signals fron the backplane, with a wire-wrap tool. send data+ 20ma-tty FE2 sent data- 20ma-tty FJ2 sent data ttl-level DF1 Gnd on DC2 and DT1 rec data+ 20ma-tty FN1 rec data- 20ma-tty FP1 rec data ttl-level FM1 Gnd on FC2 and FT1 Hope this helps. Just what I found by googling as I was curious as to what an M9970 was Dave