Hey there! Got your email, but have been so busy, I haven’t responded yet. I’ll take a whole bunch of high res pictures and put them on Dropbox this weekend.
Thanks! I just tried my Ozark-Engineered Commodore C2N to TI-95 adapter and it does work just fine. I can save and load programs to cassette. Of course it requires two bench power supplies and a few meters of cables to make it work
I confirmed that:
Pin3 (D0) is the input signal from the cassette adapter
Pin5 (D2) is the remote control to turn cassette motor on/off
Pin6 (D3) is the output signal to the cassette adapter
All data lines float high (5V). The remote control line, Pin5 (D2), floats high and goes low to turn off power to the cassette motor. Having it float high provides power to position the tape. The TI-95 gives you a prompt to position the tape, you click on OK after it is positioned and then it will pull Pin5 (D2) low and prompt the user to press Play. You press play on the cassette deck and then click OK which will bring Pin5 (D2) back high and power the cassette motor.
I don't have the cassette motor remote controlled yet. I did get a box from Mouser today which has a few different logic level mosfets to try out. I forgot to order a LDO 5V regulator so it will be another week or so before I have a completed adapter board. I also picked up a few different types of 10pin connectors to try for use on the TI-95/TI-74 expansion connector.