Peripheral Technology


 Welcome to Peripheral Technology's retro computer site.  Most of the products in this site were produced by Peripheral Technology from  1978 through the late 90's. With all the recent interest in retro computing I have made these products available again. Some of our products are not available due to lack of bare boards;  these products will still have a product page for historical reference.  Peripheral Technology was founded in 1977 while I was in college.  My first product was the FD-1 floppy disk controller for the SWTPC 6800 computer.  From there I launched many 6809, 68008, 68000 and finally 68020 based computer boards.  There are limited amounts of these products available. The quantity is determined by the remaining number of bare boards, and to some extent, the availability of  components that have not been made in over 30 years.   In a few cases we may have more boards made of some of our popular products. In most cases,  assembled board orders will be built after they are ordered. Turn around time will typically be around two to three weeks from receipt of order.

To order product, send a list of what you wish to purchase and the ship to address to sales@peripheraltech.com, I will then email you ordering information and shipping cost.  I am retired now and not always around but I generally respond to email within a couple of days.

Frederic Brown

Founder


Product Line - In order of Release date

Over the next few weeks more product pages will be added.

FD-1 Product Page FD-1 SS30 Bus Floppy Controller Board

for SWTPC SS50 6800 Computer

Released 1978

SS30 SS30 Extender Board

For SS50 based computer systems

Released 1978

Current board is a new layout

FD-2 Product Page FD-2 S30 Bus Floppy Disk Controller

For SWTPC SS50 6800 6809 Computer

Released 1983

  PT69 PT69 Single Board Computer

Used SWTPC Address Map

Released 1984

See PT69-3 for description

  PT69-2 PT69-2 Single Board Computer

Minor corrections to PT69 - no new features

Released around 1985 - no documentation survived

PT69-3 PT69-3 Single Board Computer - PT69-2 + plug in support for WD1002

6809, floppy controller, 59K memory, 2 serial ports, 1 parallel port, clock chip

Optional support of WD1002 Hard disk controller board.

Released 1986

  PT69-4 PT69-4

Industrial Version of PT69-3 Added 2 additional serial ports for a total of 4

I/O moved to higher address to allow for more RAM

Released 1986

PT69-5 Product Page PT69-5 Single Board Computer

2MHZ, 6809, FDC, 59K Static memory, 4 serial ports, 1 parallel port, WD1002-HDO Port, clock chip, Centronics Printer Port

Released 1986

PT68K1 MC68008 10 MHZ Single Board Computer, 768K DRAM, FDC, Port for HD

Released 1986

PT68K1A Product Page MC68008 12MHZ Single Board Computer - PT68K1 + 2 extra serial ports, better clock

Released 1987

PT68K2 MC68000 - 8,10 or 12MHZ, 1MB DRAM, XT expansion slots

Currently we don't have a photo of a completed board.

Released 1987

PT68K4 PT68K4 - MC68000 - 16MHZ - 4MB DRAM, XT expansion slots

Released 1990

 

  ALT86 ALT86 - 8086 Processor - plugged into XT slot of PT68K2, PT68K4 or CDS68020

Allowed for use of MSDOS

Released 1991

PT68K5 Product Page CDS/68020 Computer Design Services

PT68K5

At time of release supported up to 8MB of memory, 128MB in 2020

68020 based board with XT/AT slots

Software - OS9, REX

Released 1992

HDOIDE HDO-IDE

ConvertsWD1002-HDO port to IDE port

Released 2020

FD-3765 FD-3765

Floppy Disk Controller - Intended for use with IMB disk image software

May be used with PT68K2 to allow use of 1.4MB drives or GoTek emulator

Released 2020

XT-IDE XT-IDE

IDE Controller for XT Slot

Versions for PT68K2/4 and PT68K5

Released 2020

AT2XT AT2XT

Converts AT/PS2 keyboard for use with PT68K4 and PT68K5

Released 2020

VGA-TERM VGA-TERM

Terminal for RS232 Port - Use with PC keyboard and VGA monitor

VGA-TERM-USB - VGA and USB keyboard

VGA-TERM-PS/2 -VGA and PS/2 Keyboard

Released 2020

  FD-2A Replacement for Sold out FD2

Same specs as FD-2, updated for easier to obtain IC's

To be released in 2021

     

 

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