ID #4574

Cosmos Computing: Item #55 from Takahasi Kasiko

Connection: Zorro II

Front, unpopulated
Front, unpopulated

Front, populated
Front, populated


Hi Res Version, Front, unpopulated - 561K
Hi Res Version, Front, populated - 491K
Hi Res Version, Back - 419K
Closeup, Front Right - 1014K
Closeup, Front Left - 1095K
Closeup, Back Right - 841K
Closeup, Back Left - 815K

A full length Zorro II which appears to provide SCSI facilities as well as additional RAM in the form of 8 x 30pin SIMMs. It probably supports a maximum of 8MB of RAM. The card is made by Cosmos Computing, but what is it called and what are the additional functions?

It has the following connectors:

  • External 25pin connector
  • Internal 50pin connector
  • Internal 26pin connector
  • Internal 34pin connector
  • Internal 10pin connector
  • Internal 6pin connector
  • Internal 2pin connector
  • Internal 3pin connector
  • DIP switch x4
  • 28pin ROM socket x3

Caution: The 26pin connector does not appear to be a floppy drive connector. A floppy cable was used and it burnt out.

Contributions to this page by:
Takahasi Kasiko

Letzte Änderung des Artikels: 2009-01-29 16:18
Revision: 1.0

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