Amiga Processor Peripherals


Harms Professional 3000 and 3500

Company: Harms Computertechnik, Germany
Date: 1991
Amiga: 2000
Interface: CPU Slot
Autoconfig ID: 2560/16

Processor
68030 14.3 – 40 MHz, PGA
optional PGA FPU up to 68882 @ 60 MHz
the CPU and FPU can be clocked separately, either synchronously at 14.3 or 28.5 MHz, or asynchronously by installing oscillators

Memory
32 ZIP sockets accept up to 16 MB RAM
Professional 3000:
accepts 256k×4 or 1M×4 ZIPs in groups of 16
possible configurations are 2, 4, 8 or 16 MB
Professional 3500:
accepts only 1M×4 ZIPs in groups of 8
possible configurations are 4, 8, 12 or 16 MB
only 4 or 8 MB is autoconfigured from the total 8 or 16 MB
autoconfigured memory supports DMA
jumper selectable 0 or 1 waitstate
memory autoconfig disable jumper – allows mapping all the memory outside the Zorro II memory space

Notes
68000 fallback mode – can be enabled in the bootmenu by pressing both mouse buttons at startup
compatibility jumper for A2000-A
in A2000-A, the 68000 processor has to be removed (no fallback mode)

Images

Amiga Harms Professional 3000 and 3500 Front

Front: Harms Professional 3000 and 3500 front view