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SCSI2SD+microSD bundles in stock and ready to ship from USA

Unread postby aperezbios » Tue Sep 29, 2015 10:14 am

Hi folks,

The next batch of SCSI2SD V5.0a boards are available production run of compact 3.5" SCSI2SD adapters to date. I have two rev 5.0a bundle options available for sale and shipment from the US immediately:

SCSI2SD with 32GB Samsung Evo Plus microSDHC card $74

SCSI2SD with 8GB SanDisk consumer-grade microSD card $66

If you live within the continental United States, and would prefer to supply your own microSD cards, please consider buying the bundle of two SCSI2SD cards, including free shipping, for $125 from the Inertial Computing Store
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Re: SCSI2SD+microSD bundles in stock and ready to ship from USA

Unread postby ClassicHasClass » Tue Sep 29, 2015 9:53 pm

Will you be offering any of the 2.5" versions as well? I'd like to get a spare SCSI something for my TP800.
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Re: SCSI2SD+microSD bundles in stock and ready to ship from USA

Unread postby gocram » Wed Oct 28, 2015 5:01 pm

Has this been tested in an Indigo²? Do you also sell without µSD card bundled?
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Re: SCSI2SD+microSD bundles in stock and ready to ship from USA

Unread postby Ceseuron » Thu Oct 29, 2015 2:25 pm

Do you make these with the SCA 80 pin connector? These would be nice to use in an O2 or similar system.

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SCSI2SD+microSD bundles in stock and ready to ship from USA - New bundle prices!

Unread postby aperezbios » Wed Jan 20, 2016 9:16 am

Hi folks,

After a very successful initial batch of boards, which had very nearly sold out, I now have some more rev 5.0a bundle options available for sale and shipment from the US immediately:

All options below are available at the Inertial Computing storefront, where PayPal is accepted.

$59.99 SCSI2SD with 256MB True Industrial Grade Single-level Cell microSD card

$65 SCSI2SD with 8GB SanDisk consumer-grade microSD card

$75 SCSI2SD with 4GB Panasonic prosumer-grade microSD card

$79 SCSI2SD with 4GB Panasonic PE-series SLC-lite microSD card

If you reside in Europe/UK and would like to pay regional shipping rates, bare adapters are also now in stock and shipping from AmigaKit here

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Re: SCSI2SD+microSD bundles in stock and ready to ship from USA

Unread postby aperezbios » Wed Jan 20, 2016 10:27 am

Ceseuron wrote:Do you make these with the SCA 80 pin connector? These would be nice to use in an O2 or similar system.


I do not, but I can supply you with short 50-pin ribbon cable and SCA adapter for $10. PM me if intererested.

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Unread postby mila » Wed Jan 20, 2016 10:53 pm

Can these devices be used as root device and booted from on a Indigo and old Suns?
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Re: SCSI2SD+microSD bundles in stock and ready to ship from USA

Unread postby Melkhior » Thu Jan 21, 2016 4:48 am

mila wrote:Can these devices be used as root device and booted from on a Indigo and old Suns?


Can't tell about Indigo, but I had no issue with one of those (a V5) to install & update Solaris 7 on a SPARCstation IPX. I only needed to re-design the 3D-printable carrier to fit the V5 in the IPX. It's not very fast, but it's not worse than the vintage 2G hard drive it replaced (and probably better that the original 400MB drive). And you get a lot more space, should you need it.

Thinking about it, beware: with a big enough SD card, Solaris can get confused when formatting/partitioning, I had to hand-reformat the drive (otherwise the auto-partitioner failed).

Edit: got mine from amigakit, BTW.

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Re: SCSI2SD+microSD bundles in stock and ready to ship from USA

Unread postby dexter1 » Thu Jan 21, 2016 4:53 am

mila wrote:Can these devices be used as root device and booted from on a Indigo and old Suns?

Jirka mentioned recently about the combination SCSI2SD and his Indy: viewtopic.php?f=3&t=16729045&p=7387016&hilit=scsi+2+sd+hdd#p7387016

According to him it works in HDD emulation mode
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Re: SCSI2SD+microSD bundles in stock and ready to ship from USA

Unread postby gocram » Tue Sep 13, 2016 2:22 pm

My questions were apparently never answered, but I see that one doesn't need to order with a µSD card.

I noticed on the site that they're out of stock. When will they be in stock again?
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Re: SCSI2SD+microSD bundles in stock and ready to ship from USA

Unread postby dexter1 » Tue Sep 13, 2016 11:27 pm

Gocram, I am currently running the SCSI2SD Rev5 in my Challenge S pretty much 24/7, see my Wiki entry on this setup. Because the Indigo2 and Indy/ChallengeS use the same WDC SCSI controller i see no reason why it shouldn't work straight away.

BTW i got mine from Amigakit UK without a microSD card.

Keep in mind that there is a new PCB which can apparently do synchronous transfers up to 10 MByte/sec. If you need speedy transfers you might want to go for that option.
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Re: SCSI2SD+microSD bundles in stock and ready to ship from USA

Unread postby Y888099 » Wed Sep 14, 2016 1:06 pm

Can those devices be used as root device and booted from on a O2?
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Re: SCSI2SD+microSD bundles in stock and ready to ship from USA

Unread postby smj » Wed Sep 14, 2016 1:16 pm

And a nice wiki page that is, dexter!

gocram, the Inertial Computing website lists the combo of SCSI2SD with mounting bracket as out of stock, but plenty of the cards themselves.

I've been able to partition the 16GB SD card in my Powerbook edition (2.5" variant of... V4?), but haven't gotten the Sun Voyager to successfully install the OS on it. Maybe a size issue, but I have to work on it in short bursts and pack it away between times so I haven't been very systematic about it. May have to go looking for an old/small microSD...
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Re: SCSI2SD+microSD bundles in stock and ready to ship from USA

Unread postby aperezbios » Sat Sep 24, 2016 4:36 pm

Melkhior wrote:
mila wrote:Can these devices be used as root device and booted from on a Indigo and old Suns?


Can't tell about Indigo, but I had no issue with one of those (a V5) to install & update Solaris 7 on a SPARCstation IPX. I only needed to re-design the 3D-printable carrier to fit the V5 in the IPX. It's not very fast, but it's not worse than the vintage 2G hard drive it replaced (and probably better that the original 400MB drive). And you get a lot more space, should you need it.

Thinking about it, beware: with a big enough SD card, Solaris can get confused when formatting/partitioning, I had to hand-reformat the drive (otherwise the auto-partitioner failed).

Edit: got mine from amigakit, BTW.


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Re: SCSI2SD+microSD bundles in stock and ready to ship from USA

Unread postby zuc » Sat Sep 24, 2016 4:39 pm

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