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This Circuit Board Design Allows FloppyEmu and a Joystick to be connected to an Apple IIe Card in a Macintosh
The purpose of this design is to replace the Apple IIe card spliter cable that is a part of the Apple IIe card that fit into some Macintosh computers in the early 90's. The Y-Splitter cable is Apple Part Number 590-0703-A
Note that this circuit board only contains wiring for 5 volts. It is suitable to run the FloppyEmu Floppy Drive Emulator device... https://www.bigmessowires.com/floppy-emu/ but this circuit board will not power an authentic Apple drive which requires 12 volts.