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The IEC-ATA is an adaptor for connecting PC hard disks to the serial bus of a Commodore computer, with a number of hard- and software versions. The licence of the software is mostly under licence (GPL).

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The project was started in 2002 by Asbjørn Djupdal for a diploma thesis. Since then he has only added one more board layout. The hardware is based on a AVR8515 Atmel AVR with 32KB S-RAM.

Since 2004, there has been further limited development conducted by the German C64 Tuesday Meeting group (DE:Dienstagstreff).

In 2005, the 1591 project was started under the influence of the IEC2IEEE488 (author: NLQ), which was also implemented on an Atmel. A new layout was created for this, the IEC-ATA V2 , whose flash EEPROM can be programmed from the C64.

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