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CMT MC-41M User Manual
01-04-2018, 12:57 AM
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RE: CMT MC-41M User Manual
(01-03-2018 09:58 AM)Michael Fehlhammer Wrote:  Thank you very much for your offer! I don't have the barcode wand for the MC-II, so I wouldn't need this manual.
I have put aside the manuals and will do the scanning this weekend.

(01-03-2018 09:58 AM)Michael Fehlhammer Wrote:  Although TAS is dedicated to the 41, maybe (since there is this HP41 emulation module) they would like to host manuals for the CMT MC-II as well. Or this site here might also be a good home for these manuals. So more people would profit from your effort of copying the manuals. What do you think?
I will put the manuals on my website and create an small article here with links to the manuals. (until a better solution is devised)

(01-03-2018 09:58 AM)Michael Fehlhammer Wrote:  Regarding the Kermit documentation: Have you got Kermit in a ROM module, or is it a standard feature of the OS firmware, or did it come on some external mass medium ( and was uploaded from a pc) ?
Kermit for MS-DOS was delivered by CMT on a 5 1/4 floppy disk and is also part of the CMT-ROSII ROM. Latest version of Kermit can be obtained from The Kermit Project

(01-03-2018 09:58 AM)Michael Fehlhammer Wrote:  The connectors of the COM ports of the MC-II are unusual for a serial port, the look like modem ports ( RJ-9 ?). Are there suitable cables available anywhere (with an DB9 or DB25 connector at the opposite side ) ? My MC-II came without such cables.
The connectors pins are described in the CMT MC-II Operator's Manual so you can make your own adapter cable (RJ-12 to DB-9)
I have not seen any information about the signals voltage level support, so I would advise to do some measuring before connecting a device to it.

(01-03-2018 09:58 AM)Michael Fehlhammer Wrote:  And regarding the EPROM programmer pod: Without any documentation (file format for EPROM-hosted programs, file transfer and burning commands ), I am afraid the device is pretty useless.

(01-03-2018 09:58 AM)Michael Fehlhammer Wrote:  The CMT MC-V seems to be very similar and software-compatible to the MC-II. ( And more easily to obtain! )
Does anyone know whether it accepts the same ROM modules as the MC-II, especially the MC-41M ?
I do not own a MC-V but from looking at pictures, you can see that the back of a MC-V is different from the one of a MC-II.
So I would expect the MC-II modules to not be compatible with the MC-V, but I am pretty sure the EPROMs used internally are the same.

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CMT MC-41M User Manual - Sylvain Cote - 11-20-2015, 10:32 PM
RE: CMT MC-41M User Manual - Sylvain Cote - 01-03-2018, 01:21 AM
RE: CMT MC-41M User Manual - 4ster - 01-03-2018, 01:07 AM
RE: CMT MC-41M User Manual - salvomic - 01-03-2018, 11:45 AM
RE: CMT MC-41M User Manual - Sylvain Cote - 01-04-2018 12:57 AM
RE: CMT MC-41M User Manual - Sylvain Cote - 01-11-2018, 12:17 AM
RE: CMT MC-41M User Manual - 4ster - 01-12-2018, 02:17 AM

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