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acard AEC-67162M 2ch Ultra160 SCSI for PowerMac g3/g4/g5
« on: February 28, 2017, 09:10:07 AM »
http://dl.acard.com/manual/english/aec-67162m.pdf
http://www.acard.com/russian/fb01-product.jsp?idno_no=116&prod_no=AEC-67162M&type1_idno=6&ino=44
66mhz pci

bootable in mac os 9, and panther
not bootable in 10.1, 10.2 jaguar



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Overview
AEC-67162M is a high performance PCI to two channels Ultra160 SCSI, Low Voltage Differential (LVD) adapter.
AEC-67162M has full features of PCI 64-bit/ 66 MHz bus mastering transfer capability and PCI enhanced data transfer commands.
AEC-67162M allows you to connect up to 30 external and internal SCSI devices, it is fit your need for Macintosh workstations.

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 Features

2-Channel Ultra160 SCSI
SCSI data transfer rate up to 160MB/Sec per channel
Supports SCSI-1, SCSI-2, SCSI-3, Ultra SCSI, Ultra2 Wide SCSI, and Ultra160 SCSI
Support multi-threaded and multi-tasking OS
Supports auto terminator control
PCI Bus Master frees CPU from I/O task loading
Supports up to 30 SCSI devices (15 per channel)
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 Specifications

Upgradeable on-board flash firmware
Supports 80MIPs RISC SCSI Phase engine
Supports 64-bit/ 66MHz PCI bus master
Double-edge clocking technology
Supports CRC (Cyclical Redundancy Checking) for data security
Domain validation ensures the data transfer rates at the highest possible rate
Cable length up to 12 meters in LVD mode
Connector:
- External: 1 x 68pin SCSI connector
- Internal: 2 x 68pin SCSI connector

OS Compatibility
Mac OS 9
Mac OS X 10.2.(non-bootable)
Mac OS X 10.3
Mac OS X 10.4

Power Mac Compatibility
Power Mac G3 Blue & White
Power Mac G4 Series
Power Mac G5 Series(With PCI or PCI-x slot only)

http://www.ebay.ca/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2050601.m570.l1313.TR1.TRC0.A0.H0.X68+pin+SCSI+to+25+pin+SCSI.TRS0&_nkw=68+pin+SCSI+to+25+pin+SCSI&_sacat=0
might need a 68pin to 25pin SCSI Adapter cable to connect to devices from mid/late 90s + earlier (1995 ish)