Pi1541 is a real-time, cycle exact, Commodore 1541 disk drive emulator that can run on a Raspberry Pi 3B, 3B+ or 3A+.Sold By HAL's friends, Ships from Italy
What makes this solution is the level of emulation you can reach: it’s really perfect and you can load whatever software for Commodore 64/128/Vic20/16/Plus4 as the real floppy drive. The unit i'm s...Read More…
What makes this solution is the level of emulation you can reach: it’s really perfect and you can load whatever software for Commodore 64/128/Vic20/16/Plus4 as the real floppy drive.
The unit i'm selling it's assembled, tested, with both IEC connectors installed, piezo buzzer and oled display.
These items are not included but are required to use:
Raspberry Pi 3B with 2.5A power adapter
You also need a 6-pin serial cable that is available as product option or you can use the one that came with your 1541 (if you have one).
You can read about his project, download the software for the sd-card and understand how it works HERE
These are the options to set in the file options.txt for this hardware configuration:
// If you are using the split line hardware option (ie Option B) then you need to specify this option
splitIECLines = 1
// If you are using a LCD screen then specify it here
LCDName = ssd1306_128x64
// If you are using I2C LCD you can optionally change what pins it is connected to.
// (defaults to 0 for non-split lines (Option A) or 1 for split lines (Option B))
i2cBusMaster = 0 //SDA - pin 27 SCL - pin 28
i2cLcdAddress = 60 // I2C display address in decimal and shifted. 60 == 0x78, 61 == 0x7A
i2cLcdFlip = 1 // Rotate i2c LCD screen 180 degrees
i2cLcdOnContrast = 127 // Allows you to adjust the contrast on your i2c LCD screen
// If you have hardware with a piezo buzzer (the type without a generator) then you can use this option to hear the head step
SoundOnGPIO = 1
SoundOnGPIODuration = 1000 // Length of buzz in micro seconds
SoundOnGPIOFreq = 1200 // Frequency of buzz in Hz
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