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Thread: Tanner 64K SRAM board datasheet??

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    Does anyone have a datasheet/schematic for the Tanner 64K static RAM board? 1981
    Has 32 sockets for RAM/ROM 2kx8 chips.

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    Seem to remember they produced the same boards under another name. Please provide a picture
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    It's the same as this one:

    http://s100computers.com/Hardware%20.../64K%20RAM.htm

    There were a ton of whitelabels of this board. I've personally seen I think 4 different manufacturers stamped on there.

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    Tanners were also known as "Digital Research Computers" company
    http://www.s100computers.com/Hardwar.../64K%20RAM.htm
    http://www.s100computers.com/Hardwar...M%20Manual.pdf

    My favorite later S-100 board because it also works in an Altair. I have one on my desk right now, with the same manual referenced above.
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    Yeah, they're good 8-bit boards, it's one of the ones I recommend to people when they're looking for something that'll cause minimal headache. They're IEEE-696 compliant but still 8-bit only, so don't try to use them in a 16-bit system The ability to plug in 2716 EPROMs is super handy, as is the ability to leave holes in the upper parts of RAM for disk controllers, etc.

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