APDL ARCIN v6c IDE Interface

The APDL ARCIN IDE interface is made by Baildon Electronics . It is designed for Risc PCs and A7000s. The ARCIN interface can support up to 4 IDE devices (1 Master and 1 Slave on each socket) and can either replace or work with the motherboard ADFS Interface. The ARCIN interface transfer speed is about 3.6MB/sec sustained or up to 4.5MB/sec burst on a Risc PC or A7000, which is about twice the speed of the ADFS interface.

The APDL ARCIN IDE interface has been replaced by the APDL Blitz  or Unipod  IDE Interfaces.

Further details, including a HTML manual and the latest software is available from APDL .

Date : 1998

Manufacturer : Baildon Electronics

Physical Description : Expansion card Manual

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH53108. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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