Amiga Miscellaneous Peripherals


TimeSaver

> Company: C-Ltd., USA
> Date: 1987
> Amiga: A1000
> Interface: keyboard port
> Autoconfig ID: ID1009 / 1

Clock
Battery Backed Up Clock
Connects Between The A1000 And The Keyboard
Intercepts Every Keystroke Before It’S Sent To The Computer
Allows The Creation Of Keyboard Macros, A Combination Of Two Or More Keys Which Are Translated Into Whole Strings Of Characters
A Predefined Set Of Macros Is Already Saved In EPROM
Features An 8 Bit Microprocessor, 8 KB RAM And 8 KB EPROM
Needs No Special Software To Set The Amiga’S Clock, It Simply Sends An AmigaDOS Date Command With The Current Date And Time
The Clock Is Controlled By The Help Key + One Of The Function Keys (Eg. Help + F4 Allows Setting The Clock, Help + F5 Reads The Current Time)
The ‘Auto Macro’ Feature Automatically Plays A Macro After Booting
Optional Password Function (Without The Proper Password The Amiga Does Not Boot) – The Maximum Password Length Is 4 Characters
Command History For Up To 1000 Characters
Two Different Versions For American And German Keyboard Layouts
All Chips Are Socketed