REF346.EXE Reference Disk for Reply Systems
225-32.EXE Update program for Reply System 32
T226.DAT Upgrade Reply 32 for DX4/100 support
Reply 32 Planar
J5,6 Serial 1,2
JP1 Clear Password?
P1-3,5 32 bit MCA slots
P4 32 bit AVE MCA slot
P6,7 DBA-ESDI header
P10 Power header (AT style plugs)
P12 Unk and unused.
P13 Battery 6v like P75
P15 Front panel LEDs
U8 Chips F82C325A Data Buffer Controller
U12 BIOS Odd
U13 BIOS Even
U14 Chips F82C322A Memory Controller
U16 Chips F82C223 DMA controller
U17 Chips F82C321A MCA Controller
U18 F82C226 Non-Volatile RAM
U26-29,74-77 30 pin SIMM sockets
U56 Toshiba TC5565AFL-12
U57 82077AA-1 floppy controller
U66 Chips P82C575 MCA Bus Interface
U67 TI TL16C550AFN
U68 50.350 MHz osc
U69 40.000 MHz osc
U83 65.000 MHz osc
U84 28.322 MHz osc
U85 1.8432 MHz osc
U92-95,101-105 Via V53C864K80L
U96 TI TL16C550AFN
U106 Chips KB Controller BIOS
U112 Chips F82C452A Super VGA controller
U125 Bt471KPJ80 RAMDAC
Y1 32.8 khz xtal (whatever the timer needs)
Y2 24.00 MHz xtal
Y3 14.31818 MHz xtal
Memory Controller 82C322
Supports 256 K-1 M of DRAM, Shadow RAM, Supports up to 16 MB, Wait state
DMA controller 82C223
Performs DMA operations
8 independent DMA channels
Performs extended mode operations
Memory addressing capacity of 16 MB
Performs DMA serial operations
Provides virtual DMA on channel 0 and channel 4
82C452 Super V.G.A. video controller
Data Buffer Controller 82C325
Bus Conversion and Bus Swapping functions
Parity genertion and error checking in the DRAM
Contains MCA POS registers
82C226 Non-Volatile RAM
Real Time Clock, DMA Controller, Interrupt Controller
Two 8259 interrupt controllers
8254 compatible timer
Real Time Clock compatible with the MC146818
114 byte CMOS RAM
Parallel port controller
MCA Controller 82C321
32-bit - 16-bit bus converter
CMOS normal pins 1 & 2 closed
CMOS clear pins 2 & 3 closed
DRAM Configuration (to be tested, 09 Aug 2003)
Size Bank 0 Bank 1
1MB (4) 256K x 9 NONE
2MB (4) 256K x 9 (4) 256K x 9
4MB (4) 1M x 9 NONE
5MB (4) 256K x 9 (4) 1M x 9
8MB (4) 1M x 9 (4) 1M x 9
16MB (4) 4M x 9 NONE
486 CPU Module
U1 66.6667 MHz osc
U17 15x15 PGA socket Weitek?
Heatsink (if it isn't missing) is made from 1/8th inch black
Interior Case Layout
Remove the Case
Just like the 8570, unscrew the three knurled screws at the
back (they will come free, they arn't captive), and slap and pul the top cover
to the front. After about 2 inches of forward travel, you can lift the cover
Remove the Planar
As you'd expect from a bunch of former IBM'ers, it's fairly easy.
Pull all adapters. Unplug the speaker, LED/Reset Switch Header, battery header,
pull the cpu card, remove the floppy and power plugs, pull the edgecard off
the DBA ESDI drive (leave the tape connector headers in the board sockets).
Remove the screws holding the planar in. To my suprise, ALL planar
screws ARE reachable with the PSU and hard drive in place. Remove the (outside)
mounting posts from the video, both serial and both parallel ports.
Now push the planar in from the port cutouts so they are inside
the case. Slowly pull the planar out of the case away from the power supply.
Keep the angle low because the BIOS chips have to fit in a cutout in the drive
The case is very well made for being a clone-tyoe.
Uses a Tadiran TL-5293/W, 6v lithium.
The floppy in a Reply 32 is a TEAC FD-235HF. Has seperate signal
and power cables. Uses the clone mini 4 pin power plug. 34 pin signal plug.
Note: The floppy header is poorly
marked. Pin 1 of the floppy cable is towards the outer side of the system.
Floppy Jumper Settings
Install / Remove Full Length Adapters
Open the case. At the front. notice the knurled nut? Unscrew it.
Pull the "hood" up, when it clears the post, pull the hood towards the rear
until it detatches from the case. There are NO further screws or other fastening
devices holding it in. Now full length adapters are free to be handled
LED / Reset Connectors (P15) Pinout
Note: When removing the LED/Switch
assembly from the front of the case, the screw that has the grounding conductor
attached is longer than the other screws. It has to be long enough for the
terminal ring and nut to fit on it as well.
Note: When attaching the LED/Switch
header, note that two positions are empty on the plug. The two empty positions
go to the left of the pins. The black wire goes to Pin 1 on P15.
Uses the same two rectangular plugs like AT class systems. Remember,
when plugging in the headers, the black wires on the two plugs are to the
center of the header.
Power supply is Delta Electronics SMP-200JB, 199.1Watt (not BobWatt, either)
100-120 V @ 6 A / 200-240 V @ 3.5 A, 47-63 Hz
Important: The PSU is not autoranging! To switch
between 115 V and 230 V, you MUST use the slider switch between the AC plugs
at the rear of the case!
+5 V @ 22 A
-5 V @ 0.3 A
+12 V @ 7 A
-12 V @ 0.3 A
On the interior front side of each Reply 32 is a aluminum cased, finned
power resistor. There are three 5.25" drive power connectors in the Reply 32,
two are only long enough to reach the internal 5.25" bays in front of the
case (opposite the PSU). The third 5.25" power lead reaches over to
the front, right side of the case and connects to a connector that goes
to the power resistor.
Dale RH-25, 25v, 30 ohm, 1%.
____ Load Resistor
------- +12v ----------| |---------/\/\/\/\--|
PSU -------- GND ----------| |-------------------|
I though that stuff like this vanished with the XT..
AdapterId 06FB5h "Reply On-Board Serial/Parallel
Selects serial port, ports 2 - 8 & Parallel port,
ports 2 - 3
<"Serial 2 :
LPT 2"> (io 02F8h-02FFh 0378h-037Fh int 3 7), Ser3 -LPT2 (3220-3227
378-037F 3 7), Ser4 -LPT2 (3228-322f 378-37F 3 7), Ser5 -LPT2 (4220-4227
378-37F 3 7), Ser6 -LPT2 (4228-422f 378-37F 3 7), Ser7 -LPT2 (5220-5228 378-37F
3 7), Ser8 -LPT 2 (5228-522f 378-37F 3 7)
Ser2 -LPT 3 (2F8-2FF 278-27F 3 7),
Ser3 -LPT 3 (3220-3227 278-27F 3 7), Ser4 -LPT3 (3228-322f 278-27F 3 7),
Ser5 -LPT 3 (4220-4227 278-27F 3 7), Ser6 -LPT 3 (4228-422f 278-27F 3 7),
Ser7 -LPT3 (5220-5228 278h-27F 3 7), Ser8 -LPT3 (5228-522f 278-27F 3 7)
Ser2 -LPT OFF (2F8-02FF 3), Ser3
-LPT OFF (3220-3227 3), Ser4 -LPT OFF (3228-322f 3), Ser5 -LPT OFF (4220-4227
3), Ser6 -LPT OFF (4228-422f 3), Ser7 -LPT OFF (5220-5228 3), Ser8 -LPT OFF
(5228-522f 3), Serial OFF : LPT OFF