I saw a post on out local Retro Computer Fb Page and I got an idea. Power supply voltage monitor LEDs. It does nothing for performance but it is really cool for the "Bling Factor".
The machine as it is setup:
ReactiveMicro Power Supply (in original case, its a kit they sell to replace the old internals with a new modern unit)
Added the -12vDC. +12vDC -5vDC & +5vDC LEDs (I might add an Amp meter also later)
Ramworks III card with 1meg and a A2Heaven VGA Daughter board.
Uthernet II Ethernet adapter
Slot 3 open - it is emulate HD from the CFFA
A2Heaven FastChip//e (with the display and controls mounted in the lid)
A2Heaven Mockingboard CLone with Vacuum Tubes (for the audiophile experience)
CFFA card - USB routed to the rear of the machine, and 16GB (way over kill) CF Card for HD phantom (slot 3) Controlls mounted in lid
Vtech Floppy Controller (this will handle 5.25 and 3.5 drives) Neat thing if you dont put a disk in the drive the machine will just boot from CFFA in slot 5
A2Heaven Memory expansion card with bootable ROM (this is more than likely going to be removed soon as its not being used right now).
A No Slot Clock
and a ZIF socket for the processor - I did this so I can install a Rocket Chip or ZipChip if I want to.
This is a very late model with a production date of 23rd week 1993 (so very near the end).
I will post more picture of it setup this weeked as we are having a small RetroComputer Meet.
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