RP's typically didn't have it, but the RP series were typically
hard-wired into power and ran on their own breakers. RS03/04 drives also
had the sequencers (and I believe they were MASSBUSS).

Chris


Johnny Billquist wrote:

> On Fri, 5 Mar 2004, Christopher Zach wrote:
>
>
>>Sure. Take a look at the front of your average RM03. There is a small
>>molex plug at the top, and one at the bottom. Signal in and out for
>>spinup control.

>
>
> My RM02 is not nearby right now (no RM03s left). And since I've played a
> lot less with them, I will not swear to it. But are you so sure about RP
> drives? I've played more with those, and I cannot remember anything like
> that on those drives. Then again, all those drives require 3-phase power
> anyhow... :-)
>
> Johnny
>
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> || on a psychedelic trip
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