Amiga Storage Peripherals


FastATA 1200 (PowerFlyer / Winner High Speed IDE)

> Company: Elbox, Poland
> Date: 1998
> Amiga: A1200
> Interface: Kickstart socket, Gayle
> Autoconfig ID: ID2206 / 8,16,182206 / 19,24,53

Fast EIDE Controller
Supports PIO0, PIO3 And PIO4 Devices
Meets The ATA 3 And Fast ATA 2 Specifications
Up To 16.6 MB/S Transfer Speed
Totally Replaces The A1200’S IDE Controller By Attaching To The Gayle And The ROMs
The ROMs Have To Be Plugged Onto The FastATA Main Board
A Small Fly Has To Be Attached To Pin 39 Of The Old IDE Header
Small Cutout On The Board Allows Access To The Clock Port For Catweasel Users
Three IDE Headers:
Two 40 Pin, 3.5 (Primary And Secondary)
One 44 Pin, 2.5 (Primary)
The Primary And Secondary Buses Can Be Accessed At Different Speeds
Up To Four IDE Or ATAPI Devices Can Be Connected At Once
Buffered And Cached Interface
Reset Switch Connector
Unconventional Handling Of 4 GB Devices – They Are Simply Split Into Separate Logical 4 GB Blocks
Supported By Linux

Variations
FastATA 1200 Lite / PowerFlyer Junior
Supports 16 Bit ATA Transfers Only
Can Be Upgraded To Full 32 Bit FastATA By Simply Plugging In The Upgrade Chip
FastATA 1200 Mk2
Improved Firmware In The PLD Chips
Newer Autoboot ROM