Rabbit Hole Computing is proud to announce our new ZuluSCSI RP2040 SCSI emulator. ZuluSCSI RP2040 is a new member of the ZuluSCSI product family, and is powered by the Raspberry Pi Foundation's RP2040 microcontroller, a dual-core 133MHz ARM Cortex-M0+ processor. Supports synchronous and asynchronous transfers, with read speeds up to eight megabytes/second. A SCSI controller with FAST SCSI and synchronous mode is required to achieve maximum speeds.
This ZuluSCSI RP2040 kit includes one ZuluSCSI board, pre-flashed with firmware, and is hand-tested. All surface-mount components are factory-assembled, and the SCSI interface on the board has been tested. Heat up your soldering iron and solder on the 50 pin internal SCSI (IDC) connector, and the berg/LP4 power connector, and you're ready to go.
ZuluSCSI is a new generation of file-based SCSI HDD & CD-ROM emulators, and represents a fusion of SCSI2SD V5, V6, and concepts from other open source SCSI emulators. Hard drive and CD-ROM drive images are stored on a standard FAT32 or exFAT-formatted SD card. The ZuluSCSI firmware looks for file names which adhere to a simple but powerful naming convention, and presents them as the drives to the SCSI host. Each image file represents a SCSI drive.
ZuluSCSI RP2040 board dimensions are identical to that of SCSI2SD V5.1/V5.2/V6. All mounting solutions that were designed for SCSI2SD V5.1/V5.2/V6 will work just as well with ZuluSCSI.