Amiga IO Peripherals


Hypercom (PortJnr, PortPlus)

> Company: VMC Harald Frank, Germany
> Date: 1996 / 1997
> Amiga: A1200A2000, A3000, A4000
> Interface: clock portZorro II
> Autoconfig ID: ID5001 / 2,3

Serial And Parallel Interfaces
Hypercom 1 / PortJnr
Tiny 2×4 Cm Board
Connects To A1200’S Clock Port
Exar 16C650 UART Chip
One DB25 RS232 Serial Port
50 To 460800 Bps Transfer Speed
64 Byte FIFO Buffer (32 Byte Receive, 32 Byte Send)
May Have Problems With 1D4 Motherboard Revision
Requires Some Modifications In Order To Work Together With The Melody 1200 Audio Board
Not Compatible With Mikronik Towers
Hypercom 3 &Amp; 3Z / PortPlus
Hypercom 3: Connects To A1200’S Clock Port
Hypercom 3Z: Zorro II Version
Exar 16C552 Or 16C553 UART Chip
One DB25 Bidirectional Parallel Port With 500 KB/S Transfer Speed
One DB9 And One DB25 RS232 Serial Port With Up To 460800 Bps Transfer Speed
32 Byte FIFO Buffer (16 Byte Receive, 16 Byte Send)
A1200 Version May Have Problems With 1D4 Motherboard Revision
Requires Some Modifications In Order To Work Together With The Melody 1200 Audio Board
Not Compatible With Mikronik Towers
Hypercom 3Z Serial Ports Are Supported By NetBSD
Hypercom 3i
Expansion Module For The Hypercom 3Z / 4 And The ISDN Blaster
Exar 16C552 UART Chip
Two Additional DB25 460800 Bps Buffered Serial Ports
One Additional DB25 500 KB/S Buffered Bidirectional Parallel Port
32 Byte FIFO Buffer (16 Byte Receive, 16 Byte Send)
Hypercom 4
Zorro II
Two Exar 16C554 Or 16C654 UART Chips
Four DB25 RS232 Serial Ports With Up To 460800 Bps Transfer Speed
32 Byte FIFO Buffer (16 Byte Receive, 16 Byte Send)
Up To Five Hypercom 4 Can Be Installed Into One Amiga
Supported By NetBSD

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Amiga Hypercom (PortJnr, PortPlus)

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