Is it as simple as an UW-68pin <-> SCA-80pin adapter?
Maybe try transtec, dabs, cclcomputers, scan or even simply?
On Tue, Sep 05, 2000 at 05:17:43PM +0100, Barry Redmond wrote:
> There seems to be a rash of old Compaq machines needing
> spares, to judge by postings to the list, so here's my contribution
> to the outbreak.
>> I'm looking for a disk mounting kit thingy, for a wide scsi 2 drive, for
> a Compaq Proliant 1500 (or an abandoned Proliant that might
> include one). The critical bit is a small adapter board that matches
> the drive connector to Compaq's hot swap connector.
>> And I know I could source one in the States, but I'm hoping for
> something closer to home (and cheaper).
> Barry Redmond
> School of Electronic & Communications Engineering, DIT.
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