BlueSCSI to SD provides a convenient way to use MicroSD cards as hard drives in your Vintage Macintosh!Sold By The Old Net
There has been a shortage of bluepills and of the ones I've received in the mail recently they have all been defective. Until I can get a reliable source of this component I am not able to produce an…Read More…
There has been a shortage of bluepills and of the ones I've received in the mail recently they have all been defective. Until I can get a reliable source of this component I am not able to produce any BlueSCSIs.
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The Old Net is an authorized reseller of BlueSCSI. Each device is hand assembled in Canada.
BlueSCSI provides a convenient way to use MicroSD cards as hard drives in your Vintage Macintosh! It comes as a Fully assembled solution or Kit!
Simple Design - Place a file on an SD card and go. Nothing to configure or setup.
Power Options - In most cases it is powered directly from the SCSI bus. If your bus can't supply enough power it provides a berg power connector or via USB.
Performance - Up to 1024KB/sec Read, 912KB/sec write.
Compatibility - Plus (only System 7), SE, SE/30, Classic, Classic II, Color Classic, LC 1/2/3, Mac II. PowerMacs as non-boot disk.
BlueSCSI comes in two variants: Fully Assembled. Assembled & tested. Just plug it in, write a file to a SD card and boot your Vintage Mac!
The kit comes with a preflashed BluePill Arduino along with all the parts you need to get it up and running - Just add an SD card and a Vintage Macintosh!
You must be comfortable with through hole soldering along with one component that is surface mount. This is a good kit to test your skills in this area! If you are not comfortable soldering please choose a fully assembled kit.
This is a continuation of the ztto ArdSCSino-stm32. We've added features such as termination, alternative power sources, and software improvements in speed and functionality.
This product is assembled in Canada and ships from Ontario in a padded mailer via Canada Post.
No warranty. Assembled units have a 14 day return window if DOA. Support/help will be handled via Github or Discord. Can only guarantee compatibility with machines listed. No returns if incompatible with unlisted machines.
Fully assembled units are tested on a real Vintage Macintosh before shipping to you.
Kits are sold as is with no returns.
Currently partially with the Mac Plus as it was created before the SCSI standard was finalized. We hope to add compatibility via a firmware update.
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I try to ship all orders within 2 days to 2 weeks. Sometimes I get a quick spike in orders, if someone makes a YouTube video for example. In this case it takes me longer to put the orders together.
When you receive a shipping confirmation that doesn't mean it has physically shipped. It means I created a shipping label and updated the tracking status. This is because it's easier for me to keep track of things without making a mistake.
If I ship a product on Friday it may not get entered into the postal system until Monday. If there is a holiday in Canada it may be delayed by that additional day.
The inventory level does not represent the number of products that are pre-assembled. Products are assembled when ordered. The inventory level is a fuzzy calculation of how many raw materials I have on hand and how many finished products I think I can assemble in the estimated time frame.
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