Last update - 7/3/2003
In 1998, EPSON Corporation discontinued the 40-pin EPSON memory card that was used in the Model 92 DLC. We no longer have any 40-pin cards in stock and we are not aware of any sources for these cards.
The memory cards insert about 1/3rd of the card length into the back panel of the DLC, as shown:
Top and bottom views of the MC-nn (nn = memory card size, Kbytes) memory card used in the Model 92 DLC:
Top and bottom views of the MC2-nn (nn = memory card size, Kbytes) memory card used in the Model 2000 DLC:
A key difference between the cards is the location of the write protect switch. The write protect switch for the MC-nn memory card for the Model 92 DLC extends slightly from the top right edge of the memory card, as shown below. You may use your finger or finger-nail to slide it between the Off and On positions.
The write protect switch for the MC2-nn memory card for the Model 2000 DLC is recessed in a small slot in the top left edge of the memory card, as shown below. A small pointed object, like a paper clip or pencil tip, is required to slide the the recessed write protect switch between the On and Off positions.
Note: The battery holder lock release is located near the center on the end edge of the memory card. Do not confuse it for the write protect switch. The battery holder lock release must be used to remove/replace the memory card battery. The memory card program or data contents will be lost if the battery is removed while the memory card is not plugged into the DLC when the memory card battery is removed. Refer to the instructions on the bottom side of the card for battery replacement.
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