2020: NameSpaces are going to be implemented this year to better separate content. OS-9 Al (talk) 11:18, 15 April 2020 (CDT)
2020-05-17: If a page gives you an error about some revision not being found, just EDIT the page and the old page should appear in the editor. If it does, just SAVE that and the page should be restored. OS-9 Al (talk) 12:22, 17 May 2020 (CDT)
I don't know how many versions were made, but mine runs off a single +5 volt supply. It does not use batteries to get the programming voltage, it uses a DC-to-DC voltage contverter to generate the +12V, +21V, or +25V programming voltage. By using a DC-to-DC converter, it allows it to work on all versions of the coco. This IS compatable with the CoCo3.
repair tip: I had my DC-to-DC converter go bad (I broke it, by overloading it, it was an accident), and I simply tested the 4 transistors and replaced the bad one(s). With the price of these small signal transistors, you're probably better off to just replace all of them.
I will try to get a picture of mine posted before too long. Someone contact me if I forget.