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Model Numbers


Model Number
Product
Accelerator Chip
Memory Configuration
Bus Type
S501
Stingray VL
Avance Logic 2228
1MB DRAM
VL-Bus
S801
Stingray PCI
Avance Logic 2301
1MB DRAM
PCI Bus
S601e
Stingray Pro
ARK1000PV
1MB DRAM
VL-Bus
S901e
Stingray Pro
ARK1000PV
1MB DRAM
PCI
S901V
Stingray Pro/Video
ARK1000PV (with IC Works ZoomDAC)
1MB DRAM
PCI
S1201
Stingray 64
ARK2000PV
1MB DRAM
PCI
S1202
Stingray 64
ARK2000PV
2MB DRAM
PCI
S1201V
Stingray 64/Video
ARK2000PV (with IC Works ZoomDAC)
1MB DRAM
PCI
S1202V
Stingray 64/Video
ARK2000PV (with IC Works ZoomDAC)
2MB DRAM
PCI
S1201VE
Stingray 64/Video
ARK2000MT
1MB DRAM
PCI
S1202VE
Stingray 64/Video
ARK2000MT
2MB DRAM

Memory and I/O Address Locations


<a name="_Toc319483542">Models </a>S501, S801

Display memory addresses:

A0000h-BFFFFh

ROM BIOS:

C0000h-C7FFFh

I/O locations:

<a name="_Toc319483543">3B0-3BF</a>

Models S601e, S901e, S901V, S1201, S1202, S1201V, S1202V, S1201VE, S1202VE

Display memory addresses:

A0000h-BFFFFh

ROM BIOS:

C0000h-C7FFFh

Coprocessor Registers:

<a name="_Toc303745032">A8000h-A807Eh or B8000h-B807Eh (programmable)</a>

I/O locations:

3B0-3DF<br>

<a name="_Toc319483544">Analog Video Connector Pinouts</a>


<a name="_Toc319483545">All Models</a>

Pin #
Description
1
Red
2
Green
3
Blue
4
Not Used
5
Ground
6
Ground
7
Ground
8
Ground
9
Not Used
10
Ground
11
Not Used
12
Not Used
13
Horizontal Sync
14
Vertical Sync
15
Not Used

<a name="_Toc319483546">Feature Connector Pin Assignment</a>


<a name="_Toc319483547">All Models</a>

PinDescription
1
Pixel Data 0
2
Pixel Data 1
3
Pixel Data 2
4
Pixel Data 3
5
Pixel Data 4
6
Pixel Data 5
7
Pixel Data 6
8
Pixel Data 7
9
Pixel Clock
10
Blank Signal
11
Horizontal Sync
12
Vertical Sync
17
Enable External Pixel Data &#134;
18
Enable External Sync &#135;
19
Enable External Pixel §
13-16, 21-24
Ground
20, 25, 26
Not Used

&#134; When pin 17 is pulled low, Pixel Data from Feature Connector is disabled.

&#135; When pin 18 is pulled low, Sync and Blank signals from Feature Connector are disabled.

§ When pin 19 is pulled low, Pixel Clock from Feature Connector is disabled

<a name="_Toc319483549">Upgrading Memory</a>


Models S1201, S1201V, and S1201VE may be upgraded from 1MB to 2MB of DRAM. Upgrading allows access to more display modes and color depths, and increases memory bandwidth from 32 bits to 64 bits. This may positively affect performance.

Important: when adding memory, it's best to match the memory brand and speed of the installed memory exactly. When this is not possible, selecting one of the memory types listed below for your product may work. However, by providing this information, we are not making a guarantee that any memory you add to your Terminator product will work correctly, nor are we guaranteeing the availability of any particular memory type. When in doubt, consult your reseller.

Models S1201, S1201V

There are three possible memory configurations for this product:

Cards which use 256Kx8 SOJ DRAM will have the first megabyte populated with four memory chips. Approved memory types for these cards include Mosel V53C8256HK60 and Mosel V53C8258HK45.

Cards which use 256KX4 SOJ DRAM will have the first megabyte populated with eight memory chips. Approved memory types for these cards include Mosel V53C104FK60L, AAA 1M304J-07, Siemens HY514256BJ-70, NPN NN514256J-60, Hyundai HY534256AJ-70, and Hyundai HY534256AJ-60.

Cards which use 256Kx16 SOJ DRAM will have the first megabyte populated with two memory chips. Approved memory types for these cards include Micron MT 4C162570J-7, NEC 424260-60R, Hyundai HY514260BJC-70, Micron MT4C16257DJ-6, Mosel V53C16256HK50, and NPN NN514260J-60.

Model S1201VE

There are three possible memory configurations for this product:

Cards which use 256Kx8 SOJ DRAM will have the first megabyte populated with four memory chips. Approved memory types for these cards include Mosel V53C8256HK60, Silicon Magic SM51C256K16-60, Hyundai HY514260BJC-60, Hyundai HY514264BJC-60, and Siemens HYB514171BJ-60.

Cards which use 256KX4 SOJ DRAM will have the first megabyte populated with eight memory chips. Approved memory types for these cards include Mosel V53C104FK60L, NPN NN514256J-60, and TI TMS44C256DJ-70.

Cards which use 256Kx16 SOJ DRAM will have the first megabyte populated with two memory chips. Approved memory types for these cards include Mosel V53C16256HK50, NPN NN514260J-60, Hyundai HY514260BJC-60, and Hyundai HY514264BJC-60.

Utilities


<a name="_Toc327173703">SETMODE</a>

(Stingray Pro and Stingray/Video models.)

You may use this DOS utility to select from a number of graphics and text modes.

To use SETMODE, follow these steps:

  1. To select a mode from a menu, type SETMODE without any parameters. Within SETMODE's menu, you can use the arrow key and [Enter] to select a new mode. Pressing [ESC] exits SETMODE without changing the current mode.
  2. To see what mode your Stingray Pro is using now, type SETMODE ?.
  3. To select a mode from the command line, type SETMODE n, where n is the mode number. For a list of mode numbers, type SETMODE without any parameters.


NOTE: The majority of DOS text and graphics applications are designed to operate at only one resolution, or contain their own facility for selecting resolutions. The use of SETMODE to select graphics modes will be of more use to programmers than to typical users, and you will probably find SETMODE most useful for setting extended text modes, such as 132x43 (mode 26).

<a name="_Toc327173704">VMODE</a>

(Stingray models S501 and S801 only)

VMODE is a utility that allows you to set Stingray's emulation or display modes in DOS.

Before you can use VMODE, you must install it using the following steps:

  1. Change to the directory containing the Stingray software by typing CD \HERCULES [Enter]
  2. Run VMODE by typing VMODE [Enter]

You will be presented a menu-driver interface to select the video or emulation mode you want to use.

You can also use VMODE from the command line by following these steps:

  1. To see the VMODE help screens, type VMODE ? [Enter]

  1. To set a video or emulation mode, type VMODE display_mode [Enter]

For example, to use the 132 column by 44 row extended text mode, you would type:

VMODE 22 [Enter]

<a name="_Toc311370997">NOTE: The majority of DOS text and graphics applications are designed to operate at only one resolution, or contain their own facility for selecting resolutions. The use of VMODE to select graphics modes will be of more use to programmers than to typical users, and you will probably find VMODE most useful for setting extended text modes, such as 132x44 (mode 22).
</a>

<a name="_Toc327173705">ALANSI.SYS</a>

(Stingray models S501 and S801 only)

ANSI.SYS is a device driver, supplied with DOS, that defines functions for display mode settings, cursor movement and keyboard control. Because ANSI.SYS ships with DOS, which has support only for MDA, CGA, EGA and VGA modes, you cannot use it with Stingray's extended video modes.

ALANSI.SYS is an extended version of ANSI.SYS and allows you to take advantage of the extended video modes. It is fully compatible with ANSI.SYS and supports the same re-mapping commands.

To use ALANSI.SYS, just replace the line:

DEVICE=ANSI.SYS

in your CONFIG.SYS file with the line:

DEVICE=C:\HERCULES\ALANSI.SYS

You can use any ASCII text editor, such as EDIT, to make the change. Once you've made the change and saved your file, you'll need to reboot your system.

NOTE: Do not load both ANSI.SYS and ALANSI.SYS or your system may hang.

For additional information on using screen control and keyboard remapping features, please refer to the ANSI.SYS section in your DOS reference manual.

<a name="_Toc327173706">DPMS Screen Saver</a>

(Stingray models S501 and S801 only)

A DOS-based DPMS, called DDPMS.EXE, is supplied to allow your Stingray to take advantage of DPMS-compliant monitors, reducing power consumption when you are not using your system.

To launch the DOS-based DPMS program, follow these steps:

  1. Change to the directory containing the Stingray software by typing CD \HERCULES [Enter]
  2. Run DDPMS by typing DDPMS [Enter]. A counter will appear in the upper right corner showing the time elapsed since last keyboard activity.
  3. To activate the DDPMS menu, press the left and right [Shift] keys at the same time.

a. Use the + and - keys to change the timeout.

b. Type "U" to unload the DPMS screen saver.

c. Press [Esc] when finished.

<a name="_Toc327173708">VDIAG</a>

VDIAG is a diagnostic utility you can use to test Stingray's video modes. You may be asked to run this program if you contact our Technical Support Department with a problem.

To run VDIAG, follow these steps:

  1. Change to the directory containing the Stingray software by typing CD \HERCULES [Enter]
  2. Run VDIAG by typing VDIAG [Enter]

Just follow the on-screen prompts to run through the diagnostics.

<a name="_Toc327173712">Jumper Settings</a>


All jumpers on Stingray have two possibilities: open and closed. To "close" a jumper, a shorting block is placed over the two pins. To "open" a jumper, you can either remove the shorting block completely or just move it so that only one of the pins covered. We recommend the second option - moving the shorting block to just one pin - as it will help prevent you from losing the shorting block.

Stingray Pro models S901e and S901V have one jumper, labeled JP1. This jumper is not operational, and the position of the shorting block has no effect.

<a name="_Toc327173713">Model S501</a>

Jumper
Pins
Description
J3
Reserved
Not currently used.
J4
Open
50 MHz VL-Bus clock speed
Closed&#134;
33/40 MHz VL-Bus clock speed

<a name="_Toc327173714">Model S801</a>

Jumper
Pins
Description
J1
Open&#134;
Disable IRQ2. This will eliminate conflicts with another device using IRQ2, but may affect CGA compatibility.
Closed
Enable IRQ2.

<a name="_Toc327173715">Model S601e</a>

Jumper
Pins
Description
J1
Open
Zero VL-bus wait states. This setting may be incompatible with some computers.
Closed&#134;
One VL-bus wait state.
J3
Open&#134;
Disable IRQ9. This will eliminate conflicts with another device using IRQ9, but may affect CGA compatibility.
Closed
Enable IRQ9.

<a name="_Toc327173716">Models S1201, S1202</a>, S1201V, S1202V, S1201VE, S1202VE

Jumper
Pins
Description
JP1
Open&#134;
Enable PCI latency timer
Closed
Disable PCI latency timer

&#134; Factory default setting.

Display Modes And Refresh Rates


SETCRT

SETCRT sets up Stingray to work with your monitor. If you've used the INSTALL.EXE program to install the software under a Windows 3.1 environment, INSTALL has configured SETCRT to use the monitor timings specified in MYSCREEN.CRT, created when you selected your monitor during the installation process. You can also run SETCRT with command line arguments to try timings different from those specified in MYSCREEN.CRT.

To run SETCRT to configure Stingray for your monitor, follow these steps:

  1. Change to the directory containing the Stingray software by typing CD \HERCULES [Enter]


There are two ways to run SETCRT to configure Stingray for your monitor: with a .CRT file or with a specific combination of monitor timings you specify.

To run SETCRT with a .CRT file

Type SETCRT crt_filename [Enter] at the DOS prompt. Using the default .CRT file created by INSTALL, you would type the following:

SETCRT MYSCREEN.CRT[Enter]

To run SETCRT with specific timings

You can use SETCRT with the -n option to specify any combination of refresh rates you choose. The syntax is:

SETCRT -n r1 r2 r3 r4

where r1 is the value for 640x480 resolution;
where r2 is the value for 800x600 resolution;
where r3 is the value for 1024x768 resolution; and
where r4 is the value for 1280x1024 resolution.

Stingray Pro Model S902 also supports the 1600x1200x256 resolution. This mode operates at a fixed 56kHz horizontal scan rate and an 86Hz (interlaced) vertical refresh rate, so no corresponding SETCRT parameter is necessary.

The following tables list the screen refresh rates available at each resolution.

NOTE: DO NOT choose a refresh rate higher than your monitor can support. If you do, you may permanently damage your monitor. If you are unsure of what refresh rates are supported, please refer to the documentation on your monitor or contact the manufacturer. Please locate this information before attempting to use SETCRT.

Models S501, S801

Resolution
Value
16/256 colors


Horz. (kHz) Vert (Hz)
32K/64K colors
Horz. (kHz) Vert (Hz)
16.7M colors
Horz. (kHz) Vert (Hz)
640x480
0


1

2
31.5

38.0

38.5
60

72

75
31.5

37.5

37.5
60

72

75
31.5

31.5

31.5
60

60

60
800x600
0


1
2

3
35.5

38.0
48.0

48.0
56

60
72

75
35.5

37.5
48.0

37.5
56

60
72

60
--

--
--

--
--

--
--

--
1024x768
0


1
2

3
35.5

48.5
56

58
87(I)

60
70

72
--

--
--

--
--

--
--

--
--

--
--

--
--

--
--

--
1280x1024&#134;
0
48.0
87(I)
--
--
--
--

(I) Interlaced modes

Models S601e, S901e, S901V, S1201V, S1202V, S1201, S1202, S1201VE, S1202VE

Resolution
Value
16 colors


Horz. (kHz) Vert (Hz)
256 colors
Horz. (kHz) Vert (Hz)
64K colors
Horz. (kHz) Vert (Hz)
16.7M colors
Horz. (kHz) Vert (Hz)
640x480
0


1
2

2&#135;
--

--
--

--
--

--
--

--
31.5

38
48.5

48.5
60

72
90

90
31.5

38
48.5

48.5
60

72
90

90
31.5

31.5
31.5

38
60

60
60

72
800x600
0


1
2
2§&#134;
3

3&#134;
--

--
--
--
--
--

--
--

--
--
--
--
--

--
35.5

38
48
48
60.5
60.5

60.5
56

60
72
72
90
90

90
35.5

38
38
48
38
48

48
56

60
60
72
60
72

75
35.5*

38.5*
--
48*
--
--

48*
56*

60*
--
72*
--
--

75*
1024x768
0


1
2

3
--

--
--

--
--

--
--

--
35.5

48.5
56.5

60.5
86(I)

60
70

75
35.5*

48.5*
56.5*

60.5*
86(I)*

60*
70*

75*
--

--
--

--
--

--
--

--
1280x1024
0


1

2&#135;

3&#135;
48.5

48.5
64
48.5

48.5
86(I)

86(I)
60
86(I)

86(I)
48.5*

64*
--
76

79.5
86(I)*

60*
--
70

75
--

--
--
--

--
--

--
--
--

--
--

--
--
--

--
--

--
--
--

--
1600x1200
--
--
--
60*
86(I)*
--
--
--
--

(I) Interlaced modes
§ Model S901V
&#134; Models S1201, S1202, S1201V, S1202V, S1201VE, S1202VE
&#135; Model S1202, S1202V, S1202VE

  • Model S1202, S1202V, S1202VE only (requires 2MB of DRAM).

Master Mode Table


The following tables list all of the video modes available from all the different Stingray models. The refresh rates, resolutions and pixel depths listed here are driver dependent and may not be available in all operating systems or applications. In addition to these chipset-specific mode numbers, all Stingray models are VESA VBE compliant and may be addressed using standard VESA VBE mode numbers.

All Stingray Models

Mode
(in Hex)
Type of Mode
Screen


Resolution
Number of Colors
Max. Characters
Buffer


Start
Character Size
Pages
Video Clock (MHz)
Horiz. Freq. (kHz)
Vert. Freq. (Hz)
0
Text
320 x 200
16
40 x 25
B8000
8 x 8
8
28.322
31.50
70.00
0*
Text
320 x 350
16
40 x 25
B8000
8 x 14
8
28.322
31.50
70.00
0**
Text
360 x 400
16
40 x 25
B8000
9 x 16
8
28.322
31.50
70.00
1
Text
320 x 200
16
40 x 25
B8000
8 x 8
8
28.322
31.50
70.00
1*
Text
320 x 350
16
40 x 25
B8000
8 x 14
8
28.322
31.50
70.00
1**
Text
360 x 400
16
40 x 25
B8000
9 x 16
8
28.322
31.50
70.00
2
Text
640 x 200
16
80 x 25
B8000
8 x 8
8
28.322
31.50
70.00
2*
Text
640 x 350
16
80 x 25
B8000
8 x 14
8
28.322
31.50
70.00
2**
Text
720 x 400
16
80 x 25
B8000
9 x 16
8
28.322
31.50
70.00
3
Text
640 x 200
16
80 x 25
B8000
8 x 8
8
28.322
31.50
70.00
3*
Text
640 x 350
16
80 x 25
B8000
8 x 14
8
28.322
31.50
70.00
3**
Text
720 x 400
16
80 x 25
B8000
9 x 16
8
28.322
31.50
70.00
4
Graphics
320 x 200
4
40 x 25
B8000
8 x 8
1
25.175
31.50
70.00
5
Graphics
320 x 200
4
40 x 25
B8000
8 x 8
1
25.175
31.50
70.00
6
Graphics
640 x 200
2
80 x 25
B8000
8 x 8
1
25.175
31.50
70.00
7
Text
720 x 350
Mono
80 x 25
B0000
9 x 14
8
28.322
31.50
70.00
7**
Text
720 x 400
Mono
80 x 25
B0000
9 x 16
8
28.322
31.50
70.00
D
Graphics
320 x 200
16
40 x 25
A0000
8 x 8
8
25.175
31.50
70.00
E
Graphics
640 x 200
16
80 x 25
A0000
8 x 8
4
25.175
31.50
70.00
F
Graphics
640 x 350
Mono
80 x 25
A0000
8 x 14
2
25.175
31.50
70.00
10
Graphics
640 x 350
16
80 x 25
A0000
8 x 14
2
25.175
31.50
70.00
11
Graphics
640 x 480
2
80 x 30
A0000
8 x 16
1
25.175
31.50
60.00
12
Graphics
640 x 480
16
80 x 30
A0000
8 x 16
1
25.175
31.50
60.00
13
Graphics
320 x 200
256
40 x 25
A0000
8 x 8
1
25.175
31.50
70.00

Notes:

(I) Interlaced modes

  • Extended graphics adapter text modes with 350 scan lines

    • 9x16 character cell enhanced text modes with 400 scan lines

Models S501, S801

Mode
(in Hex)
Type of Mode
Screen


Resolution
Number of Colors
Max. Characters
Buffer


Start
Character Size
Pages
Video Clock (MHz)
Horiz. Freq. (kHz)
Vert. Freq. (Hz)
20
Text
1188 x 350
16
132x25
B8000
8 x14
2
42.500
31.50
70.00
21
Text
1188 x 480
16
132 x 30
B8000
8 x 16
2
42.500
31.50
60.00
22
Text
1188 x 473
16
132 x 43
B8000
8 x 8
2
42.500
31.50
60.00
23
Text
1188 x 480
16
132 x 60
B8000
8 x 8
4
42.500
31.50
60.00
24
Text
720 x 480
16
80x30
B8000
9 x 16
4
28.322
31.50
70.00
25
Text
720 x 473
16
80 x 43
B8000
9 x 8
2
28.322
31.50
60.00
26
Text
720 x 480
16
80 x 60
B8000
9 x 8
2
28.322
31.50
60.00
29
Graphics
640x400
256
80 x 25
A0000
8 x 16
1
25.175
31.50
60.00
2A
Graphics
640x480
256
80 x 30
A0000
8 x 16
1
25.175
31.50
60.00
2A
Graphics
640x480
256
80 x 30
A0000
8 x 16
1
37.500
31.50
72.00
2A
Graphics
640x480
256
80 x 30
A0000
8 x 16
1
37.500
31.50
75.00
2B
Graphics
800 x 600
16
100 x 75
A0000
8 x 8
1
36.000
35.50
56.00
2B
Graphics
800 x 600
16
100 x 75
A0000
8 x 8
1
40.000
40.00
60.00
2B
Graphics
800 x 600
16
100 x 75
A0000
8 x 8
1
50.350
50.00
72.00
2B
Graphics
800 x 600
16
100 x 75
A0000
8 x 8
1
63.000
50.00
75.00
2C
Graphics
800 x 600
256
100 x 75
A0000
8 x 8
1
36.000
35.50
56.00
2C
Graphics
800 x 600
256
100 x 75
A0000
8 x 8
1
40.000
40.00
60.00
2C
Graphics
800 x 600
256
100 x 75
A0000
8 x 8
1
50.350
50.00
72.00
2C
Graphics
800 x 600
256
100 x 75
A0000
8 x 8
1
63.000
50.00
75.00
2D
Graphics
768 x 1024
16
96 x 64
A0000
8 x 16
1
45.000
38.00
70.00
2E
Graphics
768 x 1024
256
96 x 64
A0000
8 x 16
1
45.000
38.00
72.00
30
Graphics
1024 x 768
16
128 x 48
A0000
8 x 16
1
45.00
35.5
87.00(I)
30
Graphics
1024 x 768
16
128 x 48
A0000
8 x 16
1
65.00
48.00
60.00
30
Graphics
1024 x 768
16
128 x 48
A0000
8 x 16
1
75.00
56.00
70.00
30
Graphics
1024 x 768
16
128 x 48
A0000
8 x 16
1
79.00
58.00
72.00
30
Graphics
1024 x 768
16
128 x 48
A0000
8 x 16
1
79.00
60.00
75.00
31
Graphics
1024 x 768
256
128 x 48
A0000
8 x 16
1
65.00
48.00
60.00
31
Graphics
1024 x 768
256
128 x 48
A0000
8 x 16
1
75.00
56.00
70.00
31
Graphics
1024 x 768
256
128 x 48
A0000
8 x 16
1
79.00
58.00
72.00
31
Graphics
1024 x 768
256
128 x 48
A0000
8 x 16
1
79.00
60.00
75.00
36
Graphics
1280 x 1024
16
160 x 64
A0000
8 x 16
1
75.00
48.00
87.00(I)
42
Graphics
640x400
64K
80 x 25
A0000
8 x 16
1
50.000
31.50
70.00
43
Graphics
640x480
64K
80 x 30
A0000
8 x 16
1
50.000
31.50
60.00
43
Graphics
640x480
64K
80 x 30
A0000
8 x 16
1
63.000
37.50
72.00
43
Graphics
640x480
64K
80 x 30
A0000
8 x 16
1
63.000
37.50
75.00
44
Graphics
800 x 600
64K
100 x 75
A0000
8 x 8
1
72.000
35.50
56.00
44
Graphics
800 x 600
64K
100 x 75
A0000
8 x 8
1
80.000
37.50
60.00
48
Graphics
640 x 480
16.7 mill.
N/A
A0000
8 x 16
1
75.000
31.50
60.00

Notes:

(I) Interlaced modes

  • Extended graphics adapter text modes with 350 scan lines

    • 9x16 character cell enhanced text modes with 400 scan lines


Models S601e, S901e

Mode
(in Hex)
Type of Mode
Screen


Resolution
Number of Colors
Max. Characters
Buffer


Start
Character Size
Pages
Video Clock (MHz)
Horiz. Freq. (kHz)
Vert. Freq. (Hz)
24
Text
1056x400
16
132x25
B8000
8x16
1
44.90
31.5
70
26
Text
1056x350
16
132x43
B8000
8x8
1
44.90
31.5
70
27
Text
1056x400
16
132x50
B8000
8x8
1
44.90
31.5
70
31,6A
Graphics
800x600
16
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
36.0
35.5
56.0
31,6A
Graphics
800x600
16
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
40.0
38
60.0
31,6A
Graphics
800x600
16
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
50.0
48
72.0
31,6A
Graphics
800x600
16
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
65.0
60.5
90.0
32
Graphics
1024x768
16
128x48
A0000
8x16
1
44.90
35.5
86(I)
32
Graphics
1024x768
16
128x48
A0000
8x16
1
65.00
48.5
60.0
32
Graphics
1024x768
16
128x48
A0000
8x16
1
75.00
56.5
70.0
32
Graphics
1024x768
16
128x48
A0000
8x16
1
80.00
60.5
75.0
33
Graphics
1280x1024
16
160x64
A0000
8x16
1
77.0
48.0
86(I)
40
Graphics
640x480
256
80x30
A0000
8x16
1
25.18
31.5
60.0
40
Graphics
640x480
256
80x30
A0000
8x16
1
31.50
38.0
72.0
40
Graphics
640x480
256
80x30
A0000
8x16
1
40.00
48.5
90.0
41
Graphics
800x600
256
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
36.0
35.5
56.0
41
Graphics
800x600
256
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
40.0
38.0
60.0
41
Graphics
800x600
256
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
50.0
48.0
72.0
41
Graphics
800x600
256
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
65.0
60.5
90.0
42
Graphics
1024x768
256
128x48
A0000
8x16
1
44.9
35.5
86(I)
42
Graphics
1024x768
256
128x48
A0000
8x16
1
65.0
48.5
60.0
42
Graphics
1024x768
256
128x48
A0000
8x16
1
75.0
56.5
70.0
42
Graphics
1024x768
256
128x48
A0000
8x16
1
80.0
60.3
75.0
50
Graphics
640x480
32K
80x30
A0000
8x16
1
50.0
31.5
60.0
50
Graphics
640x480
32K
80x30
A0000
8x16
1
65.0
38.0
72.0
50
Graphics
640x480
32K
80x30
A0000
8x16
1
80.0
48.5
90.0
51
Graphics
800x600
32K
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
72.0
35.5
56.0
51
Graphics
800x600
32K
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
80.0
38.0
60.0
54
Graphics
640x480
64K
80x30
A0000
8x16
1
50.0
31.5
60.0
54
Graphics
640x480
64K
80x30
A0000
8x16
1
65.0
38.0
72.0
54
Graphics
640x480
64K
80x30
A0000
8x16
1
80.0
48.5
90.0
55
Graphics
800x600
64K
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
72.0
35.5
56.0
55
Graphics
800x600
64K
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
80.0
38.0
60.0
58
Graphics
640x480
16.7M
80x30
A0000
8x16
1
75.0
31.5
60.0

Notes:

(I) Interlaced modes

Models S901V, S1201, S1202, S1201V, S1202V, S1201VE, S1202VE

Mode
(in Hex)
Type of Mode
Screen


Resolution
Number of Colors
Max. Characters
Buffer


Start
Character Size
Pages
Video Clock (MHz)
Horiz. Freq. (kHz)
Vert. Freq. (Hz)
24
Text
1056x400
16
132x25
B8000
8x16
1
44.90
31.5
70
26
Text
1056x350
16
132x43
B8000
8x8
1
44.90
31.5
70
27
Text
1056x400
16
132x50
B8000
8x8
1
44.90
31.5
70
31,6A
Graphics
800x600
16
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
36.0
35.5
56.0
31,6A
Graphics
800x600
16
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
40.0
38
60.0
31,6A
Graphics
800x600
16
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
50.0
48
72.0
31,6A
Graphics
800x600
16
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
65.0
48
75.0
32
Graphics
1024x768
16
128x48
A0000
8x16
1
44.90
35.5
86(I)
32
Graphics
1024x768
16
128x48
A0000
8x16
1
65.00
48.5
60.0
32
Graphics
1024x768
16
128x48
A0000
8x16
1
75.00
56.5
70.0
32
Graphics
1024x768
16
128x48
A0000
8x16
1
80.00
60.5
75.0
33
Graphics
1280x1024
16
160x64
A0000
8x16
1
77.0
48.0
86(I)
33
Graphics
1280x1024
16
160x64
A0000
8x16
1
110.0
64.5
60.0
40
Graphics
640x480
256
80x30
A0000
8x16
1
25.18
31.5
60.0
40
Graphics
640x480
256
80x30
A0000
8x16
1
31.50
38.0
72.0
40
Graphics
640x480
256
80x30
A0000
8x16
1
40.00
48.5
90.0
41
Graphics
800x600
256
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
36.0
35.5
56.0
41
Graphics
800x600
256
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
40.0
38.0
60.0
41
Graphics
800x600
256
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
50.0
48.0
72.0
41
Graphics
800x600
256
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
65.0
60.5
90.0
42
Graphics
1024x768
256
128x48
A0000
8x16
1
44.9
35.5
86(I)
42
Graphics
1024x768
256
128x48
A0000
8x16
1
65.0
48.5
60.0
42
Graphics
1024x768
256
128x48
A0000
8x16
1
75.0
56.5
70.0
42
Graphics
1024x768
256
128x48
A0000
8x16
1
80.0
60.5
75.0
43*
Graphics
1280x1024
256
160x64
A0000
8x16
1
77.0
48.5
86(I)
43*
Graphics
1280x1024
256
160x64
A0000
8x16
1
50*2
64.0
60.0
43*
Graphics
1280x1024
256
160x64
A0000
8x16
1
65*2
76
70
43*
Graphics
1280x1024
256
160x64
A0000
8x16
1
65*2
79.5
75
44*
Graphics
1600x1200
256
200x75
A0000
8x16
1
65*2
60.0
86(I)
50
Graphics
640x480
32K
80x30
A0000
8x16
1
50.0
31.5
60.0
50
Graphics
640x480
32K
80x30
A0000
8x16
1
65.0
38.0
72.0
50
Graphics
640x480
32K
80x30
A0000
8x16
1
80.0
48.5
90.0
51
Graphics
800x600
32K
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
72.0
35.5
56.0
51
Graphics
800x600
32K
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
80.0
38.0
60.0
51
Graphics
800x600
32K
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
95.0
48.0
72.0
51&#134;
Graphics
800x600
32K
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
50.0
48.0
75.0
52*
Graphics
1024x768
32K
128x48
A0000
8x16
1
95.0
35.5
87(I)
54
Graphics
640x480
64K
80x30
A0000
8x16
1
50.0
31.5
60.0
54
Graphics
640x480
64K
80x30
A0000
8x16
1
65.0
38.0
72.0
54
Graphics
640x480
64K
80x30
A0000
8x16
1
80.0
48.5
90.0
55
Graphics
800x600
64K
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
72.0
35.5
56.0
55
Graphics
800x600
64K
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
80.0
38.0
60.0
55
Graphics
800x600
64K
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
95.0
48.0
72.0
55&#134;
Graphics
800x600
64K
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
50.0
48.0
75.0
56*
Graphics
1024x768
64K
128x48
A0000
8x16
1
44.9
35.5
86(I)
56*
Graphics
1024x768
64K
128x48
A0000
8x16
1
65
48.5
60.0
56*
Graphics
1024x768
64K
128x48
A0000
8x16
1
75
56.5
70.0
56*
Graphics
1024x768
64K
128x48
A0000
8x16
1
80
60.5
75.0
58
Graphics
640x480
16.7M
80x30
A0000
8x16
1
75
31.5
60.0
58&#134;
Graphics
640x480
16.7M
80x30
A0000
8x16
1
50
31.5
60.0
58&#134;
Graphics
640x480
16.7M
80x30
A0000
8x16
1
65
38.0
72.0
59*
Graphics
800x600
16.7M
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
72
35.5
56.0
59*
Graphics
800x600
16.7M
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
80
38.0
60.0
59*
Graphics
800x600
16.7M
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
94.5
48.0
72.0
59*
Graphics
800x600
16.7M
100x37
A0000
8x16
1
94.5
48.0
75.0

Notes:

(I) Interlaced modes
* Model S1202V only (requires 2MB of DRAM)
&#134; Models S1201V, S1202V only

See Also