RaSCSI is a virtual SCSI device emulator that runs on a Raspberry Pi. It is a two-piece solution, with a hardware and software component. RaSCSI can emulate multiple SCSI devices concurrently, provides a control interface to attach/detach drives, as well as insert and eject removable media. Simply connect the RaSCSI interface board to your system, launch the RaSCSI software on the Raspberry Pi, and the virtual devices will be accessible as physical SCSI devices! This is the akuker 2.4 version of the board. RaSCSI was originally developed by GIMONS for use with the Sharp X68000. As GIMON’s website is in Japanese, a PDF version translated to English can be found here. https://youtu.be/kLyDP9FLHlk More Information:
Special thanks to Akuker for this project, visit his GitHub for more information about this amazing project. A royalty is paid for every unit sold to the creator with the hopes of helping support the effort and encourage the addition of features and supported systems.