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cyberhackster
July 7th, 2011, 07:34 AM
Is there a manual and/or schematic floating around for the SB180FX?? ----

DOS lives on!!
July 7th, 2011, 07:42 AM
Here's some details,

Schematic, http://scott.squidliver.net/sb180/sb180fx-cust-32.html

Details, http://scott.squidliver.net/sb180/sb180fx-hw.html

Here's a list of available documentation, you'll have to request it from the guy, http://scott.squidliver.net/sb180/sb180-docs.html

NobodyIsHere
July 7th, 2011, 08:49 AM
Hi,

Does anyone know of a source of SB180 PCBs or full up boards?

The SB180, YASBEC, and P112 are all in the "cool but no longer available Z180 SBCs" category AFAIK.

Geez, it would be awesome to turn up a cache of unpopulated SB180 PCBs.

Thanks

Andrew Lynch

JDallas
August 13th, 2014, 02:21 PM
If anyone needs documentation on the original SB180, not the -FX or other Micromint boards... I probably have them. I bought my SB180 in 1987 and bought a bit of software for it. I ran my BBS on it mostly because I found my other 64180 SBC more interesting, a Japanese import, Mountainside Computers LTD's MSC-LAT1. The Japanese computer is rare in the USA (not the eBay use of "rare").

I got the standard full SB180 with Uniform for other disk reading/formatting (not as useful as advertised) and a BBS program. I've got all original diskettes in good condition (Dallas Texas' climate seems kind to floppy disks).

JDallas
August 13th, 2014, 02:27 PM
Does anyone know of a source of SB180 PCBs or full up boards?
...it would be awesome to turn up a cache of unpopulated SB180 PCBs.
Betting on a 64180 purchase now would be problematic.

Making a SB[eZ80] equivalent might be better. With the eZ80's capability, it wouldn't take long to do.

Chuck(G)
August 13th, 2014, 04:24 PM
If you need a 64180, drop me a line--I have one--and no socket (0.50 pitch DIP) for it.

JDallas
August 16th, 2014, 07:21 PM
I checked the additional software on my SB180 bundle:
UNIFORM - a utility for reading other floppy formats. (didn't find it useful)
Z-MSG - a BBS program (ran my BBS on it for the final years)

I have the SLR assembler bundle for the 64180, but while my documentation is in my SB-180 notebook at the moment, I'm fairly certain I bought that from Mountainside Computers (the MSC-LAT1) and that's where my disks are.

I'm doing an eZ80 system design project for fun at the moment, similar to using the SB-180 system as a starting point.