Hardware for the TS 2068

Disk Drive Systems

The CP/M option for the Zebra FDD 3 gives you access to the large library of CP/M-80 business and personal software. Includes terminal emulator program which allows the TS2068 to run CP/M in 64 column mode.
TS 2068
The TS2068 version of the A&J Micro Drive has all the features of the original and includes a Centronics printer interface.
TS 2068
Disk drive interface that used the WD1770 drive controller. Supported up to four disk drives.
TS 2068
DOS board for the Oliger system, with NMI save feature. JLO SAFE (Simple and Fast Extended) Disk Basic is supplied on EPROM with this board. SAFE used the same syntax as cassette commands, but with a slash following the SAVE/LOAD command. Syntax for saving a BASIC program would be SAVE /”FILENAME” or SAVE /”FILENAME” LINE
TS 2068
Supplemental Exatron Stringy Floppy drive.
TS 1000 TS 2068
This floppy disk system for the TS2068 can control one to four 3″ to 8″ drives. Loads programs at 250k bit/sec. 64K of on-board RAM (mapped to the DOCK bank) can be used as system memory or to run CP/M. RGB output for monitor connection.
TS 2068
Add-on disk drive for the Zebra FDD 3 disk drive system.
TS 2068
Four piece disk drive system designed for the TC 2068. Base system included disk controller, disk drive, system connector and twister board to convert the TS 2068 to the Spectrum bus. The system uses 3″ single-sided floppy disk drives. Each side holds 160K; the disk must be flipped to read/write the other side. The controller
TS 2068 TC 2068 ZX Spectrum
Power supply, FDD controller and with two disk drives in a black metal case. Same intelligent controller as original FDD 3 but with expanded internal RAM of 64K. Each drive stores 160K per side. Zebra version included CP/M 2.2 and 64 column terminal emulator program for the TS 2068. A recreation of the CP/M is
TS 2068
Option for those who wish to run Spectrum software with the FDD 3000. Allows you to LOAD, SAVE and RUN Spectrum software from FDD 3000.
TS 2068
Floppy disk interface, LKDOS cartridge, operating manual and LKDOS utilities disk. Can support up to four 3″ to 5.25″ single-sided, double-sided or quad density disk drives. NMI snapshot button and Kempston joystick port on the disk interface.
TS 2068
Contains Larken DOS with 8K ROM and 8K RAM on the cartridge. Used to control Larken DSK-400 or other disk interfaces. All LKDOS or extended BASIC commands use the PRINT #4: syntax. Support for all Timex DOS commands. Extended basic commands include CIRCLE, windows, box clear and fill, channel support for devices, variations of POKE,
TS 2068
Vendor promised Timex microdrives before learning the 2068 was not compatible with the Spectrum.
TS 2068
Disk drive system for the TS 2068 with SP-DOS. Features: Stores 800k on one disk Loads 32K in one second Mini-DOS uses 4K RAM, full DOS uses 7.6K Supports Tasword, Tasmerge, Masterfile, Omnicalc II, Disc Pascal, C compiler
TS 2068
Manufactured by BSR, the Wafadrive used an improved version of the Exatron stringy floppy drive. The Wafadrive included two continuous loop “stringy floppy” tape drives, an RS-232 interface and Centronics parallel port. Designed for the ZX Spectrum, this device requires twister board to work with the TS 2068.
TS 2068
The TS2065 Microdrive was to be Timex’s variant of the Sinclair ZX Microdrive. The Microdrive read and wrote to special tape cartridges, each holding 20 feet of tape in a continuous loop and storing about 85K bytes of data. The tape runs at 30 inches per second, so the entire loop passes in 8 seconds.
TS 2068

Emulator

Spectrum emulation when used with appropriate ROM.
TS 2068
Spectrum ROM that fits in the cartridge slot.
TS 2068
Spectrum ROM that fits in the cartridge slot. Contains extra socket for another EPROM.
TS 2068
This device would have been used by Timex and third-parties in developing cartridge software. It’s likely that fewer than 100 were made. A plastic “sled” under the PCB aids insertion. Demonstrated by Dan Ross at the introduction of the TS 1500 and TS 2068, the “Chameleon” cartridge, with a Spectrum ROM, allowed the 2068 to
TS 2068
Auto boot Spectrum ROM on 2068 cartridge. Switch to enable/disable Spectrum mode.
TS 2068
Combines improved Spectrum ROM emulation plus a Spectrum compatible expansion connector all in one.
TS 2068
ROMFIX upgrades the Russell Electronics ROMSWITCH to run all Spectrum programs. Installs under the EXROM.
TS 2068
ROMSWITCH is a device that permits you to run both TS2068 and most Sinclair ZX SPECTRUM programs on your TS2068. With ROMSWITCH installed, you can easily switch between your TS ROM and a SPECTRUM ROM supplied with ROMSWITCH. The device mounts permanently inside your computer. No soldering, drilling or running wires is required. Essentially, to
TS 2068
This emulator consisted of a 32K EPROM that replaced the 16K ROM. The EPROM contained the 2068 operating system in the lower half, and Spectrum operating system in the upper half. Errors in both operating systems were corrected. Error correction is detailed in documentation. The lower or upper half of the 32K EPROM is selected
TS 2068
Plug-in cartridge with pull-up resistors. Housed in modified Timex cartridge case.
TS 2068
Internally mounted Spectrum/TS 2068 ROM option, similar to ROMSwitch.
TS 2068

Interfacing

Compact expansion board plugs into the rear expansion connector of 2068 computer, provides slots for Oliger expansion boards. Board includes one “spare” 20 pin IC socket for a user circuit, a rear edge connector feed through for attaching the 2040 printer, modem, etc., and the necessary circuitry for a RGB monitor interface. RGB circuit requires
TS 2068
With the addition of the A-D module, the BB-1 or BB-68 can read analog signals. The A-D is a single channel successive approximation device. It can read an analog signal on 5 different scales: <0 to .25v, 0 to .50v, 0 to 2.75v, 0 to 5.00v and 0 to 10.0v.
TS 1000 TS 2068
8 independent relays with LED status indicators and 8 TTL inputs with Schmitt trigger buffers. Single POKE to change/latch each relay. Read all 8 inputs in a single PEEK. More than one BB-1 can be attached to the computer.
TS 2068
Cartridge board that appears to support two EPROMs.
TS 2068
Adapted to the TS 2068 from Build IC Tester: An Accessory For Your Commodore 64 in the May 1988 issue of Radio Electronics. Uses the Z80 PIO. Makes an 8 trace, dual screen, digital storage oscilloscope that runs as fast as the computer. The board plugs in the cartridge port and requires an internal modification
TS 2068
8 bit, 8 channel A-D converter, 4 relays, 4 switch inputs, 8 bit input port and 8 bit output port. DCP bus at rear of unit for other add-ons. Complete interface pack for ZX81 or Spectrum.
TS 1000 TS 2068 ZX Spectrum
Designed for the Spectrum owner who wants to do I/O circuit design. 8 bit port; large prototyping area; description and application information on how to build multi-channel sound generator.
TS 2068 ZX Spectrum
Printed circuit board designed for prototyping circuits with the TS2068.
TS 2068
Input/output board with 8 latched outputs (capable of driving an LED, transistor switch or relay) and 8 inputs (switched or TTL level). Can be used alone or with the Computer Continuum buffered expansion bus board for up to 32 simultaneous I/O lines. The RX81 was used in Bruce Taylor’s H.E.N.R.Y. robot, described in Robotics on
TS 1000 TS 2068
Lets you use Sinclair Spectrum micro drives/other Spectrum hardware on the TS 2068.
TS 2068
This device was designed specifically for connecting the DISCIPLE disk system to the TS2068. It was a “twister” board that included 9 and 12 volt power supplies.
TS 2068
Interface 2 small stepper motors (1 Amp max.) to a standard Centronics printer interface and make fully coordinated 2-axis moves. Provides 4 limit-switch inputs and all the software you need to completely and accurately control a 2-axis machine. This is available for the 1000/1500 and the 2068 machines, but the 2068 is the recommended choice
TS 1000 TS 2068
Control and sense external devices using any TS computer. 8 bits parallel input, 8 bits latched output plus 2 handshaking lines. Easy to set up or reconfigure many times. This board forms the foundation of a series of software applications that teach concepts of port programming.
TS 1000 TS 2068
The VOTEM was a hardware/software package that could measure, display and record real world analog signals via the cassette input. Any physical phenomenon (pressure, light temperature, etc.) that could be represented by a DC voltage could be measured. The name of the product came from the fact that it could measure VOltage and TEMperature. The
ZX80 ZX81 TS 1000 TS 2068
8-channel analog-to-digital interface for ZX81, TS1000, TS1500, TS2068. Manual includes sample applications and I/O software. 8-bit resolution, 0-5 volt scale range.
TS 1000 TS 1500 TS 2068

Joystick

This small joystick board Is designed to plug into your 2068 expansion board to emulate the Kempston Joystick interface. This interface is for use with a Spectrum emulator, ROM, or Romswitch and Spectrum software. It is supported by any Spectrum software that Is “Kempston compatible” looking to the software exactly like the real Kempston Joystick
TS 2068
TS 2068
Kempston compatible features “freeze” and slow motion control. Requires a twister board.
TS 2068
Spectrum (Kempston) compatible joystick interface. Plugs into cartridge port.
TS 2068
Board/kit that plugs in to the Oliger expansion board. Fully decoded, can be used with the TS 1000.
TS 1000 TS 2068
A mouse that acts like a joystick.
TS 2068
Fully decoded interface for use with Spectrum programs requiring a Kempston joystick interface. Designed to work with 9-pin Atari type joysticks. Intended for use with TS2068 operating in Spectrum mode using either a ROM switch or emulator.
TS 2068
The TS 2090 Commandstick had its origins in the Fairchild Channel F Jet-Stick Controller. The Fairchild Channel F was a second-generation video game console with a unique, hand-held controller that featured a triangular knob on top. Zircon bought the rights to the Channel F when Fairchild left the video game business and made minor changes
TS 2068
WICO trackball originally designed for use with the Apple II, which had analog joysticks. Came with WICO trackball and Apple interface card, Zebra-designed Apple-to-Timex bus interface and instructions for reading trackball X and Y values. Combination worked with TS1000/1500 and TS 2068.
TS 1000 TS 2068
WICO trackball controller, designed for the TI 99/4A. Modified by Zebra to be Atari-compatible.
TS 2068
Z-Stick is a joystick interface for use with Spectrum game software on the TS2068. Z-Stick is Kempston-compatible. It also includes two jacks for sound and beep; a power LED, and a reset switch.
TS 2068
Z-Stick plus Spectrum emulator ROM.
TS 2068

Keyboard

Plugs into joystick port. Includes software that converts STICK values into numeric input. No modifications required; not for use with cartridges.
TS 2068
Keyboard interface; plugs into the edge connector so that you do not have to open your computer to plug a keyboard in. KBD-1 for TS 1000; KBD-2 for TS 2068. Board component and schematics corrected by Eduardo Fuentes are below in the gallery.
TS 1000 TS 2068
47 key keyboard with interconnecting cable, interface card, wooden cabinet and keycap legends. Plugs into cartridge port of 2068. Includes single key entry for EDIT, DELETE, CAPS and cursor keys.
TS 2068

Miscellaneous

Board adds the ability to program 2764 and 27128 EPROMs to your 2068 system. Board comes with documentation on assembly, use, theory of operation, tips and details on replacing the Home ROM of the 2068 with a 27128 EPROM. Programmer requires the Vpp Power Supply or a 4-22VDC regulated adjustable power supply with voltmeter.
TS 2068
Plugs into the cartridge port of the TS 2068 computer. Can hold two 2764 or two 27128 EPROMs in any combination. It allows TS 2068 owners, when used with the TS 2068 or TS 1000 programmers, to store BASIC programs in cartridge form. Includes assembly instructions, schematic and instructions for its use with BASIC programs.
TS 2068
ZX81/TS1000 bus extender.
ZX80 ZX81 TS 1000 TS 2068
Allows you to plug cartridge peripherals into the rear expansion bus of the TS 2068 computer. Unit includes a through connector to allow connection of other peripherals.
TS 2068
Printed circuit board that holds a ROM, RAM or EPROM chip. Use of the cartridge board is documented in the Dock It manual.
TS 2068
A RAM/ROM plug-in to extend the unit to support the CP/M operating system on the TS2068. An optional module can be plugged into the interface unit to extend the operation of the system to acommodate the CP/M Operating system. The CP/M module consists of a plug in card with 32k bytes of dynamic RAM and
TS 2068
Software and hardware for programming EPROMs suitable for making dock cartridges.
TS 2068
TS 2068
KoalaPad, Zebra Graphics Interface, ZebraPainter software and manual. Graphics interface has two 6-pin DIN connectors for the graphics tablet or analog joysticks. Expansion connector for additional peripherals.
TS 2068
Tape-based product catalog with program demos.
Downloadable TS 2068
Light pen, manual, computer interface module, demonstration programs on cassette.
TS 1000 TS 2068
Plot, draw, erase, modify, save. Produce high resolution illustrations with 16 pre-defined instructions. Requires twister board.
TS 2000 TS 2068
Eight LEDs indicate which bank of memory the Z80 is accessing. Uses only one IC. Can be useful in debugging hardware projects and machine code programs that cause the computer to crash by indicating where the CPU is after the crash. Supplied as bare PC board and schematic.
TS 1000 TS 2068
Clock module with battery back up. Logic signal output with LED status indicator can be used to control external devices based on time independent of the computer. DIP switches allow mapping of the module to the 8-10, 10-12, 12-14 or 14-16K areas of memory.
TS 1000 TS 2068
Clock with three year calender, battery backup to retain time and date. Board plugs into the cartridge port. Comes with BASIC and relocatable machine code software. Time and/or date can be displayed anywhere on the upper or lower screen, selectable attributes.
TS 2068
TS 2068
The TS2060 Interface Unit provides the electronics, connectors, and firmware to adapt the TS2068 Computer to control: Outputs will also included: Initially, the design of the interface unit was executed in LS-TTL to speed first production deliveries. A parallel effort was planned to provide a cost reduced version in gate array technology. The cabinetry and
TS 2068
Can be used for TS2068 program on EPROM, configured for use as non-volatile memory (32K to 128K), or as RAM disk.
TS 2068
This small single sided board provides 4.4 volts, 21 volts, and 25 volts DC for use with any programmer offered by the John Oliger Co. This circuit is designed to put as little stress on the EPROM as possible during programming and is recommended for use with these programmers. The board is supplied with schematic,
TS 2068
Complete weather station with custom hardware. Features include rain gauge with 1/10 inch resolution, wind speed, wind direction, barometric pressure, inside and outside temperature, outside light level and real time clock. Board comes with 32K RAM, used by the weather station software, and sockets for up to 256k RAM expansion that can run in the
TS 2068
The Z-Clock’s built-in battery back-up feature lets you keep track of time even when your computer is turned off. When you turn on your TS2068, the Z-Clock can tell it the year, month, date, day of the week, and time of day down to the tenths of a second. Features a 64-pin bus extension connector.
TS 2068

Printer

Printer interface that was available as cartridge port or rear edge connector models. Worked with Centronics printers, allows full page, hi-res color screen copies using a gray scale and is compatible with software designed for Aerco and Tasman interfaces as well as Omnicalc II, Vu-Calc, and Vu-File.
TS 2068
Printer port for printers that have a Centronics interface. Uses the same port and BUSY bit as the AERCO 2068 printer interface. Port is fully decoded and contains a “PRINTER READY” LED to show printer current status. Also included are hi-res screen dumps for Okidata, Olivetti PR2300, Gemini 10X and Gorilla Banana printers.
Downloadable TS 2068
Interface to connect a TS 2068 to the Commodore 1520 plotter. Later available with driver for Okimate 20 printer. The Commodore 1520 was was a small, four color pen plotter, built on an ALPS DPG1302 plotter mechanism. The same mechanism was used in the Atari 1020, the Radio Shack CGP-115 and a number of others.
TS 2068
OEM for Timex/Sinclair 2040 printer.
ZX81 TS 1000 TS 1500 TS 2068
Connect Spectrum to Tandy CGP-115 four color printer/plotter. Scans screen horizontally and sends printer information to Tandy printer. Colors mapped to printer’s four colors. Can be used with TS 2068 and twister board.
TS 2068 ZX Spectrum
Connect to parallel (Centronics) printers. Print in either the printer’s native font or the TS 2068 display font.
TS 2068
Cartridge dock interface. Compatible with print driver software for the AERCO/Oliger and Tasman B and C. Includes the card, ribbon cable and software on cassette. Spare socket and switch to run either a Spectrum ROM or other EPROM-based software. The article “2068 Printer Interface and ROM Cart” (appears in Best of SUM) documents how to
TS 2068
Interface to Centronics parallel interface printers. Driver software supports LPRINT and LLIST. High resolution screen copy program supports multiple printers.
TS 2068
Serial and parallel printer interfaces that plug into the 2068 joystick ports.
TS 2068
Device for the TS 2068 and Tasman parallel printer interface. Disables Tasman device to allow use of incompatible hardware and software.
TS 2068
Available in Centronics and RS-232 versions. Supplied with 3′ cable and driver software.
TS 2068
The 2040 printed on 4.3″ wide thermal paper in 32 columns. All Timex computers could print individual lines (LPRINT), list programs (LLIST) or dump the screen (COPY) to the printer. The 2040 improved on the ZX Printer by adding two ferrite rings around the cable to reduce TV and radio interference and an interface IC,
TS 1000 TS 2068
The TS2080 was a full-size printer the provided 80 columns of dot matrix output, including all the characters in the TS2068. It would have plugged into a Centronics parallel printer port on the 2060 Bus Expansion Unit. According to one vendor, it was a Cal-Abco Legend 880 printer. E. Arthur Brown claimed it was a
TS 2068

RAM

Upgrade to disk interface. Can be configured as RAM disk or port-mapped in 64K banks shadowing the cartridge bank.
TS 2068
Plugs into the TS2068 cartridge slot. On board battery keeps it alive even when you turn the computer off. Switch selectable for use in the DOCK or EXROM banks with no mods to the computer. Write protect switch lets you use memory like an EPROM. Run your own plug-in BASIC programs. Detailed instructions include utilities
TS 2068
32k RAM inside the 2068, in the upper half of the DOCK and EXROM bank. RAM is active in the DOCK and/or EXROM bank, allowing user to save files that reside in the DOCK bank. Can also load files directly into this RAM from tape. Switch to disable the RAM in the DOCK bank so
TS 2068
Expansion RAM, plugs into dock slot.
TS 2068
Announced before 2068 launched. Manufacturer assumed 2068 would be identical to Spectrum.
TS 2000 TS 2068
Expands the 2068 with up to 256K of nonvolatile RAM. Includes LKDOS Extended BASIC cartridge and memory board that attaches to expansion port. LKDOS uses standard BASIC commands (LOAD, CAT, SAVE, etc) to operate the RAM disk. Uses 32K (62256) CMOS RAM chips backed up with a battery; comes with 64K. Compatible with Spectrum, OS-64
TS 2068
Announced before 2068 launched. Manufacturer assumed 2068 would be identical to Spectrum.
TS 2000 TS 2068

ROM

Edited version of the 2068 EXROM, likely to correct some issues with the original EXROM.
Downloadable TS 2068
24K program has many built-in features (including tri-base arithmetic) and printer drivers. Available on tape ($9.95) or EPROM ($39.95)
Downloadable TS 2068
Untested EPROM. There is a one byte difference at 6Dh in the NMI routine. The original Spectrum ROM has 20h at this location; this ROM has 28h.
Downloadable TS 2068
EPROM to correct bugs in the 2068 ROM.
TS 2068
Ray Kingsley’s fixes to the Timex EXROM, available as a 2764 EPROM.
TS 2068
OS-64 is a ROM that supports the Timex/Sinclair’s 64-column mode. It is fully compatible with 32 column commands and functions. The original Zebra manual is available on archive.org. OS-64 is supplied on cartridge. Insert in the TS2068’s cartridge slot (with the power turned off), then turn your computer on. The boot screen will be black
Downloadable TS 2068
On EPROM, bug corrected with additional character set.
TS 2068
TS 2068
This board allows many 28-pin EPROMs, EEPROMs and mask ROMs to be used in the cartridge slot of the Timex Sinclair 2068 computer. The installed memory may be mapped into any or all of the 8k banks of the dock space. Write access is supported for EEPROM memories. You can learn more about this board
TS 2068

RS232

Low-footprint card to replace original interface of Westridge/Timex 2050 modems. 26-pin header connects to modem and includes 8K EPROM socket. Through-connector for peripheral chaining.
TS 1000 TS 2068
300 baud. RS-232 port.
TS 2068
Connect serial devices to the TS 2068. Driver software supports LPRINT and LLIST.
TS 2068
Compatible with most modems and printers. Two RS-232 interfaces; connect two devices at once. 300-19,200 baud.
TS 2068
Complete (hardware and firmware) communications package. Consists of 2050 modem, modem interface/firmware card, and ZX-TERM*80 EPROM.
TS 1000 TS 2068
One of the most eagerly awaited accessories was the TS 2050 Telecommunications Modem. Timex announced a modem, scheduled for release in November of 1983, that was compatible with the TS 1000/1500, ZX-81 and TS 2068. The modem is also known as the Westridge 2050. Unfortunately, Timex exited the computer market before they received the first
TS 1000 TS 2068
Untested and uncased modem board.
TS 1000 TS 2068
Complete kit consisting of small printed circuit board, 3 ICs, DB9 connector and instructions. Turns WC2050 into true RS232.
TS 1000 TS 2068
PC board and instructions to turn WC2050 into true RS232 interface.
TS 1000 TS 2068
The Westridge Communications 2050 modem allows you to communicate through your telephone with other computers and information sources. With this modem and the included MTERM I cassette software, you can connect to other computers, bulletin boards and services like THE SOURCE, CompuServe, DOW JONES, and MCI MAIL. Features Prints displayed screens on the TS2040.
TS 1000 TS 2068
Serial interface compatible with the TS 2050/WC 2050 modem. Includes 25-pin RS-232 connector. Uses Intel 8251 USART, the same chip as in the Timex modem, and supports up to 1200 baud modems and 19,200 baud direct connections. Three versions were available: JLO for use with John Oliger disk systems, AERCO for use with the FD-68
TS 2068

Sound/Speech

Amplifier unit allows complete control over speech volume. Works with 9V battery included.
TS 1000 TS 2068
Hardware for 2068 owners to create their own vocabularies. Plugs into ear socket. Spoken words are digitized and stored in memory automatically. Allows for an unlimited vocabulary. Can digitize other sounds as well as special effects.
Downloadable TS 2068
Filtered connector plug conditions speech signal for use with external amplifiers such as AUO1. Plugs between MIC and amp. Internal speaker may be disabled by program if desired.
TS 1000 TS 2068
Plugs into rear port, amplifies BEEP and SOUND output. Has pass-through buss.
TS 2068
Includes text to speech converter. Requires twister board.
TS 2068
Train your computer to obey your voice commands. Used a microphone and amplifier connected to the microphone jack to record and recognize words. Included speech amplifier unit, program and documentation. An article by Brad Bennett in Sync v3 n6 described how to build the speech amplifier unit and included a program for recording “voice prints”
TS 2068
Train your computer to obey your voice commands. Recognizes up to eight spoken words. Used a microphone and amplifier connected to the microphone jack to record and recognize words. Included speech amplifier unit, program and documentation.
Downloadable TS 2068
AY-3-8910-based sound synthesizer. Requires twister board.
TS 2068
Fully-decoded speech synthesizer that can be used to add speech to your existing programs or to include speech in your new programs. Uses the General Instruments SPO256A speech synthesizer chip; allows you to say virtually anything in English. Includes its own audio amplifier, filter and volume control. 9v battery provides power. Audio output drives 8
TS 2068
Unlimited vocabulary voice synthesizer uses the Votrax SC-01 phoneme synthesizer with 4 programmable pitch levels and automatic inflection. It produces all the phonemes required for English speech. The Zebra-Talker comes complete with the ZTalker Text to Speech software on cassette. This software contains an advanced machine language algorithm with more than 400 rules of English
Downloadable TS 2068

Tape

Eliminate swapping of plugs when LOADing and SAVEing programs on cassette. Single switch selection of SAVE, LOAD, and AMP modes. Built in amplifier and loudspeaker boosts sound output.
TS 2000 TS 2068
The Winky Board 2000 brought the same features of the Winky Board to TS 2068 users. It provided visual feedback of signal level, a jack for monitoring the signal itself and was a tool for duplicating cassettes as backups.
TS 1000 TS 2068
The Z-DUBBER is an interface between the Sinclair computer and its cassette recorder which allowed even the most difficult cassette program to load more easily. Additionally, the Z-DUBBER allowed you to connect two cassette recorders to create perfect backup copies of your programs. The Z-DUBBER operated on two AAA cells.
ZX80 ZX81 TS 1000 TS 2068

Video

Connect TS2068 to an RGB monitor. Plugs into rear expansion connector. Includes through-buss connector.
TS 2068
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