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Lingenuity SCSI With 25 Pin Interface

The Lingenuity SCSI interface is a SCSI I interface dated 1989. There appear to be 2 versions of the interface, both dated 1989. This version was manufactured by Avie Electronics with a 25pin D external socket. It has an AM5380PC SCSI-1 8bit controller and a Lingenuity SCSI ROM Issue 1.8

The Lingenuity SCSI Interface software is available HERE. 
The Installation instructions for the Lingenuity SCSI Interface card are available HERE .

Date : 1989

Manufacturer : Lingenuity

Physical Description : Expansion board.

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH49339. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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