MiSS FPGA 64MB
Attention! This product takes 3-4 weeks to be assembled, tested and be ready to ship.
FPGA Board designed to fit inside a Commodore A500 case. Uses the original A500 keyboard as input device!
Runs MiST FPGA firmware and it is compatible with MiST cores. Most notable cores are Amiga (OCS, ECS, AGA), Atari ST/STE/Mega, MSX2+, Sega Megradrive, SNES, PCEngineCD, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, Atari 800, Sega Master System, among many others.
MiSS FPGA is based on the MiST FPGA and it is designed to be placed inside an Amiga A500 case and use its keyboard as input device. The most obvious core to run on the board is the Minimig (Amiga core), but it would also run most MiST cores out of the box.
The board comes with 3D printed holders to fix it to the A500 case. There is no need to modify the case at all.
- Altera EP3C25E144C8N FPGA
- 32MB SDRAM
- Four USB ports (supports USB keyboards, mice and gamepads. Also USB hubs to add more that one device per port)
- Internal 8-pin connector for A500 keyboard
- Two DB9 classic joystick connector
- VGA/RGB output
- RCA stereo audio output
- Micro SD card slot (push-push style)
- MiniUSB power connector. 1000mA or more recomended!
- On/Off mechanical switch
- Custom 3D printed PCB holders for A500 case.
- Uses Amiga case LEDs for activity signal
- Includes 3D printed holders/port covers, internal connection cables and screws
Attention! Power supply and power cable are not included. The unit requires at least 1 amp output, high quality power supply and shielded USB power cable. Stability might be affected if cheap unshielded cables or noisy power supplied are used.
RETURN AND REFUND POLICY
In order to get a replacement or refund defective units must first be returned. Once the item has been inspected we will proceed to replace the unit or refund the payment. Items that have been damaged by careless/unadecuated use or modifyied by the buyer in any way will not be elegible for replace or refund of any kind.
The unit ships with the lastest firmware available. Notice that if you accidentally brick the unit by wrongly updating/downgrading the firmware, we do not give tech support for the reflashing process. This process is documented in detail in the MiST repository. If you want to keep your board under warranty you should send it back to us for review/reflashing.