Page updated 19.8.2011
HANZU'S CURRENT AND PAST AMIGA HARDWARE LIST

Hardware products are in alphabetical order by manufacturer and model
Dark grey cell background means the product is no longer in my possession
Most of the products are not for sale, but maybe they one day will be, so if you are intrested drop me an email and I contact you if I decide it is time to sell them.
Original name
Name after modification
Serial
Special
Bought
Sold
AmigaKit
2.5" Hard Drive Cable (3-way/30cm)


  • still unused and unopened
  • for A1200
AmigaKit

AmigaKit
4-Device IDE Interface (A4000/A4000T)


  • weight 46g
18.3.2010
AmigaKit
19,40e

AmigaKit
Automatic Mouse/Joystick Switcher



from a friend
20e

AmigaKit
Easy ADF PCMCIA Transfer Kit


  • occasionally in use
30.10.2007
AmigaKit
20,575e

AmigaKit
Amiga DF0: Terminator

-
  • had to be modified to fit A4000 properly
  • occasionally in use for diagnostic purposes
  • weight 6g
18.3.2010
AmigaKit
4,07e

AmigaKit
A4000 IDE terminator

-
  • occasionally in use for diagnostic purposes
  • weight 6g
18.3.2010
AmigaKit
4,55e

AmigaKit
Kickstart Switch

-
  • installed in A500 with 1.2 and 1.3 kicstarts to test some very old games and demos
  • weight 40g (without Kickstarts) and 52g (with Kickstarts)
18.3.2010
AmigaKit
20,54e

Bondwell
QuickShot
PYTHON 1 TURBO III
MODEL NO.: QS-130F
joystick


MADE IN CHINA
23 JAN 1991
  • was faulty when I got it, but I managed to repair it pretty good
  • PCB name is QS130F REV.2.0. P/N 200130070
  • 6x leaf switches, 4x suction cups, AUTO/OFF switch
  • weight 262g
  • not exact in the directional feedback of the controls, especially when going diagonally
came with C64 or A500 (don't remember)
CHEETAH
THE BUG
joystick

Q.C. 93
016027
  • was faulty when I got it, but I repaired it
came with C64 or A500 (don't remember)

Chinon MODEL FB-357A




sold
Commodore
1311 joystick



Came with C64

Commodore MODEL A500
REV 5

SERIAL NO. 251818

A500 P
HKC S/N 997759
WW     /89/90
  • extra ram on/off-switch attached next to MOUSE port
  • original kickstart CBM 315093-01 JAPAN 8739ED moved to Kickstart Switch
  • added kickstart 2.05 (ordered from Australia)
  • original DF0: CHINON MODEL FB-354 REV B SERIAL NO. 10741702 moved to Commodore MODEL A500 SERIAL NO. 660762
  • added DF0: Panasonic  JU-257A605P  V  00001931  F11533 (stamp)  A1200  GR  3604795530318040040695
Huuto.net


Commodore MODEL A500
REV 5

SERIAL NO. 660762
  • was faulty when I bought it, but I managed to repair it pretty good
  • was also missing DF0:, trapdoor and left side slot door
  • the case has a big cracked hole in top right corner
Huuto.net

Commodore
A3000 motherboard

A3000
PCBA
0102891031331004100253

11351
  • was faulty when I bought it but I repaired it partly
  • original PSU connector replaced with ATX connector
  • Int2 modificated
  • added Kicstart 2.04 ROMs
  • sold as presumed faulty since I didn't remember A3000 motherboard needs daughterboard to boot
18.04.2010
Huuto.net
lehtap
37e + 8,50pk = 45,50e
29.5.2011
Huuto.net omega22
60e + 8,50e pk
Commodore CD-1411 CDTV Floppy Disk Drive



Ebay.de

Commodore mouse
P/NO. 32124-15

11/93
MADE IN MALAYSIA
  • weight 126g
Came with A4000

Commodore
A4000/040
Mobo: A4000 Rev B
A4000/030
A4000cr Rev D
ID. NO. 534802
  • was working when bought, but I decided to change the motheboard to more recent revision
  • the original working PSU replaced with a smaller one
  • added internal 4 player adapter
  • added internal automatic mouse/joystick switch
Ebay.com
The Netherlands
about 399e

Commodore
MPS1200
Commodore Serial Interface Pack
European Version

S/N 0011026
PARTS Y8306
  • I never used it
Came with A4000
Sold
Commodore
POWER SUPPLY A 500 P/NO. 312 503-03

1-88
STP-110
MADE IN SINGAPORE
  • INPUT 220~50Hz 0.4 A T315mA T40/E
  • OUTPUT 5 V 2.5A, 12V 1.0A, -12V 0.1A
  • weight 2096g
Came with A500

Commodore
POWER SUPPLY A 500 P-No. 312503-03

3013791312503003037219
DCC 353-03
MADE IN INDIA
  • was faulty when I bought it, but I repaired it
  • OUTPUT 5 V 4.5A, 12V 1.0A, -12V 100mA
  • weight 900g
Huuto.net

Commodore
POWER SUPPLY 25W
P-No.  291029-03

3013795391029003231319
A1200 GR
4604995530318040056332
DCD 253-03
MADE IN INDIA
  • came with A1200
  • OUTPUT 5V 3.0A, 12V 500mA, -12V 100mA
  • weight 724g
Huuto.net
Flux

DCE
Blizzard 1240
Blizzard 1260T

  • was faulty when I bought it, but I repaired it
  • I modified it from 1240 (68040) to 1260 (68060)
  • Motorola XC68060RC50 01F43G QEBH9542A MALAYSIA S23328-002
  • weight 152g (with noname singlesided 64MB 50nS EDO SIMM)
Ebay.co.uk
Huuto.net
250e
DCE
Cyberstorm PPC

DC50215
  • was faulty when I bought it, but I repaired it
  • was also missing PPC cooler
  • added custom cooler for PPC
  • changed XC68060RC50A (50MHz) to PC68060RC66C (66MHz)
  • weight 346g (with 4x 32MB SIMM and custom cooling)
from a friend

EPSON
SMD-300 floppy drive
EPSON
SMD-300 Amiga
F00002880
MADE IN CHINA
  • was a working PC drive when I got it
  • PCB modified for Amiga use


Individual Computers
Catweasel Zorro



Gentle Eye
Individual Computers
Catweasel ISA


  • was not really useful card since ISA cards rely heavily on IRQs and the drivers were for MS-DOS
Gentle Eye
Huuto.net
Individual Computers
Catweasel MK4 PCI


  • currently installed in a PC with Windows XP PRO to serve as ADF creating machine
Vesalia.de

Individual Computers
IDE-Fix Express Buffered IDE


  • for A1200
11.9.2007
AmigaKit
51,83e

Individual Computers
Lyra Amiga 4000 keyboard adapter

(C)2001,02
  • A jumper inside Lyra can do small changes to the keymap that brings the layout a little closer to a real Amiga keyboard: The ALT and Windows-keys are swapped, so the Amiga keys are located directly next to the space key. The layout of the numeric keypad will be a 100% copy of the Amiga keypad: This will only be useful for keyboards that have 18 keys on the numpad (most PC keyboards have 17 numpad keys). With little technical skills, the additional key can be added to at least KeyTronic and Siemens-Nixdorf keyboads.
  • The jumper mentioned above was set when I got this
from a friend

Individual Computers
TrueIDE



www.vesalia.de

Logic 3
Speed Mouse
FCC ID HQA2VTGAL2

RG 174481
  • microswitch mouse buttons
  • the best Amiga mouse I currently have
Came with A1200(?)

Logic 3
SpeedPad
MODEL No. JT-462

S6106(?)(faded)
  • DC5V 10mA
  • weight 150g
Came with A500(?)

Matay Prometheus

SN: 0036
FWR: 40/27
  • was unopened and unused when I bought it
  • weight 140g (just the card) and 388g (with package and accessories)
from a friend (Painkiller) who ordered it from AmigaKit

MOS
8580R5
SID chip for Catweasel MK4


3588 25
HONG KONG
HH325215
HC-30
  • taken from water damaged C64C


Motorola
XC68040RC25


26D43B
DEAL9118
U.S.A.

  • desoldered from Blizzard PPC 040 when modifying it to 060
  • PARTIAL QUAL, TEMPERATURE RANGE 0-70°C, Pin Grid Array Gold Lead Finish, 50MHz
from a friend (Painkiller)

Motorola
XC68060RC50A


01G65V
QEAB9717B
MALAYSIA
S23328-002

  • was installed in Cyberstorm PPC when I bought it
  • PARTIAL QUAL, TEMPERATURE RANGE 0-70°C, Pin Grid Array Gold Lead Finish, 50MHz, DIE MASK REVISION A
  • G65V mask set is the second latest 68060 mask set. It has many improvements for manufacturing marginalities and manufacturability, and the elimination of errata F6 (Floating Point Data Error).
Came with Cyberstorm PPC Sold with CS2
Motorola
PC68060RC66C



00E41J
QEDU9739A
MALAYSIA
  • was new and unused when I bought it
  • PRODUCT ENGINEERING, TEMPERATURE RANGE 0-70°C, Pin Grid Array, Gold Lead Finish, 66MHz, DIE MASK REVISION C
  • E41J mask set is the latest 68060 mask set.
  • now in use with Cyberstorm PPC S/N: DC50215
Ebay.de

Motorola
MC68EC060RC66


  • was installed in Cyberstorm MK2 when I bought it
  • big black heatsink was glued to its top
Ebay.de
Motorola
MC68EC060RC75

73G59Y
QKP9904G
MALAYSIA
S23328-003
  • PARTIAL QUAL, EMBEDDED CONTROLLER, NO FPU OR MMU, TEMPERATURE RANGE 0-70°C, Pin Grid Array, Gold Lead Finish, 75MHz, DIE MASK REVISION A
  • G59Y mask was used only in 68EC/LC060. Fab Site was MOS11 and Design Rule 0.42u TLM
  • was installed to Blizzard 1260 for awhile to see that it working
Ebay.com IC-China
NEC
FD1231H drive
P/N 134-506791-305-3

NEC
FD1231H Amiga
S/N 946033376
PCB: NEC G8XZJ 1-2
134-859588-1-2
G8XZJ
02.980822X10
  • was a working PC drive when I got it
  • PCB modified for Amiga use: P1 pin 2 wired to P1 pin 34, P1 pin 30 wired to P1 pin 34, trace between P1 pin 34 and U1 (FDN303) cut, JA1 resistor desoldered and DX jumper header and jumper added.,
  • added DF0:/DF1: jumper header and jumper to location DX
  • suits best as internal DF1: or inside external floppy, because of


Phase 5
Blizzard 1260 REV II
Blizzard 1260T '94, '95
  • was faulty when I bought it, but I repaired it
Ebay.co.uk Huuto.net
for 200e
Phase 5
Blizzard SCSI Kit


  • was faulty when I bought it and missing SCSI cable
  • ordered SCSI cable - 30.10.2007 AmigaKit 8,93e
  • could not find the faulty part and sold it to another Amiga repairer
Ebay.co.uk
Saku
for
30e
Phase 5 Blizzard PPC 040
Cyberstorm 060
SN label lost
  • was sold to me as faulty
  • 29F040 flash memory was missing - replaced with new empty AMD 29F040
  • desoldered original battery to prevent further damage
  • desoldered 68040 - replaced with new 68060 socket bought from Ebayer from Hong Kong
  • never got it working 
Traded for Wharfedale DiamondP 9.2 speakers
with a friend (Painkiller) who bought it faulty from Ebayer from France
sold as faulty to Amiga.org
Stachu
Phase 5
Cyberstorm 040

Cyberstorm 060
SN 7000204
  • Consists of 4 cards: CYBERSTORM CARRIER + CYBERSTORM CPU + CYBERSTORM MEMORY + CYBESTORM SCSI. All featuring same SN.
  • asked help in Amiga.org for getting ROM firmware required to operate 68060
  • ordered ROM from Partco
  • received ROM firmware by email from a fellow Cybestorm 060 owner
  • prommed ROM firmware with Elenec SmartProg2
  • ordered 3.3V regulator from Farnell
  • changed 68040 to 68060
Ebay.de

Phase 5
Cyberstorm MK II 060
95'96'

SN B003105
  • was sold to me as faulty
  • I repaired it
Ebay.de 127e
Traded for
Cyberstrom PPC 040 with Jani
Phase 5 Cyberstorm PPC 060


  • was sold to me as faulty
  • I repaired it
Traded for Wharfedale Diamond 9.2 speakers
with a friend (Painkiller) who bought it faulty from Gentle Eye with 170e

Powerplay Ltd.
COMPETITION PRO
Joystick
"clear"


  • autofire switch (after installed?)
  • 4x SAIA XGK56B-91 relays (1, 2, 4)
  • stick part is shiny and slick orange fruit surface type with a vertical seam in the middle
  • weight 288g
came with A500
Powerplay Ltd.
ZIPSTICK Super Pro
"black-yellow"
joystick


  • 6x relays, 4x suction cups, autofire
  • stick part is matte and slick orange fruit surface type
  • fire button 1 relay stated to go bad swapped it with fire button 2 which is rarely used (no tools required)
  • weight 270g
bought new in 88-93(?)
Quantum ProDrive 210S




sold
Quantum Lightning
ProDrive 365/540/720




sold
RocTec
RF302C external floppy drive

S/N: 302C984378
302C-E
221189
  • was faulty when I got it and I repaired it
Huuto.net came with A500

RocTec
RM-550C-F
512k memory for A500

S/N:550C-931948
  • removed battery 2/GP60K  A1  GP SYLVA.CHARGE  60K because of signs of leak
  • weight 62g without battery and with custom on/off switch
came with A500 S/N:251818
Spectravideo
QuickShot II Turbo
MODEL NO.: QS-111
joystick

UK DESIGN REG. NO.:
1033206
MADE IN HONG KONG
14 NOV 1986
  • PCB name is SV111 Ver: 1
  • 6x leaf spring switches, 4x suction cups, AUTO/OFF switch
  • weight 286g
came with C64 or A500
Speedlink
Competition Pro Classic



30.10.2007
AmigaKit
13,325e

SPEEDLINK
Competition Pro Joystick black
SL-6602-SER


  • stick part is matte and slick orange fruit surface type with a horizontal seam in the middle
Traded USB version to this one

SPEEDLINK
Competition Pro Retro Joystick black
SL-6602-RETRO

4027301566024
DE87721163
MADE IN CHINA
70.081
  • stick part is matte and slick orange fruit surface type with a horizontal seam in the middle
  • CIB
8.6.2010

Suncom
TAC-2
"white"


  • collectors edition
  • a birthday present from a bunch of friends
30.9.1989(?)
Sold
Suzo
Prof Competition
"black-red"
joystick

J.T.
1-90

22-3120
S. T. C.
ROTTERDAM
  • was faulty when I got it and I repaired it
  • 4x LANDIS&GYR SAIA XCF8 relays, 2x leaf switches as firebuttons
  • stick part is matte and sleek with a perceptible horizontal seam in the middle
  • COMPETITION PRO clone MADE IN THE NETHERLANDS
  • weight 220g


Suzo
Prof Competition
"black-red"
joystick

Date: 08-90
Check: IVR.
22-3120
S. T. C.
ROTTERDAM
  • 4x LANDIS&GYR SAIA XCF8 relays, 2x leaf switches as firebuttons
  • stick part is matte and sleek with a perceptible horizontal seam in the middle
  • COMPETITION PRO clone MADE IN THE NETHERLANDS
  • weight 220g


TS
Automatic Mouse/Joystick Switcher

TS Automatic Mouse/Joystick Switcher Internal

  • not working with some Amiga to PS/2 Mouse adapters (consumes too much mA)
  • modified radically to work as internal
30.10.2007
AmigaKit
8,87e

(unknown brand)
64MB 50nS EDO SIMM for Blizzard cards



from a friend


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