calimero wrote:Did you find descrption of each revision?
Yes, it's in the documents. I work on a document to gather all the findings.
mikro wrote:Interestingly, you're second person to to tell me this (rev. J from 7/93).
Rev. D/C PCB was approved on 16/03/1993 and the same month production began. Then follows E on 02/03/1993, F on 30/04/1993, NTSC G, NTSC H/PAL G, NTSC J/PAL H on 04/08/1993 and that's the line where the document ends. We have no records of a "PAL J" at all but logically it should be somewhere after 08/1993 what totally doesn't add up.
mikro wrote:So maybe there was some mixup or a custom fix but one of the Atari's dealers who put "J" there after fixing some stuff on D/C board.
mikro wrote:Well, it's a sticker so no rocket science to remove "D/C" and put "J" there.
calimero wrote:Ektus wrote:One of my Falcons has CA401332003REVD/C, serial Y43602006999 on the mainboard. Bought 1994 (maybe 1993?) in Germany, German keyboard.
Please use http://milan.kovac.cc/atari/chipmunk/ to add your serial numbers...
Ektus wrote:One of my Falcons has CA401332003REVD/C, serial Y43602006999 on the mainboard. Bought 1994 (maybe 1993?) in Germany, German keyboard.
Ektus wrote:Ektus wrote:One of my Falcons has CA401332003REVD/C, serial Y43602006999 on the mainboard. Bought 1994 (maybe 1993?) in Germany, German keyboard.
I've found a photo that's showing the case serial number for that machine.
CheshireCat wrote:my system could be one of the latest manufactured (December 1994)
There is definitely something else to add to the serial number because my 1994 model cannot have a serial number as low as 4144.
mikro wrote: However, for whatever reason they left out the video information, so the numbers became one digit less and the information is encoded in that PCB model number.
mikro wrote:No, only your case could be. Open it and look at the PCB, that's what matters.
mikro wrote:On the contrary, it's the only known reset of the numbering: https://mikrosk.github.io/clockpatch/hi ... al-numbers
mikro wrote:I only don't know whether it's because the new batch was part of the production for C-Lab or there was a batch in 1994 and they just reset it because of new year.
CheshireCat wrote:I will next time I have physical access to the system. Unfortunately this won't happen for a long while.
1) My case is marked as a GER (Germany) model, however the "3" in the version digit written on the case is for PAL-B.
2) My case has an Atari label (not C-Lab), and yet the production month is December 1994 (almost 1995 :wink:). Maybe the previous owner swapped it ?
What's the highest known serial number for 1994 machines ?
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