The Motorola MEK6800D2 is a S100 bus microcomputer designed in 1976 as a development kit for the Motorola 6800 CPU. It comes with a built-in keypad and everything required except for the PSU to run and test features on the Motorola 6800 processor. With a little but of user assembly, the development kit could be turned into a fully operational computer.
The IC’s on this board mostly date from 1979.
Key features of the development board include:
- Asynchronous RS232 interface
- Hexidecimal keypad
- Audio cassette tape interface
- JBUG monitor software
- 1k ROM
- 256 Bytes RAM as standard (Expandable to 512 Bytes)
U13, U14, U16, U18, U19 – IC13 is used for the Monitor program.
- 2k EPROM
- Six 7-segment LED Display
- Parallel bus interface
|Make & Model||Motorola MEK6800D2|
|RAM & ROM||512 Bytes (4x IC’s)|
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