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6502 Microprocessor Kit


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6502 Microprocessor Kit:
$120

The 6502 Microprocessor kit is a new design single board computer using the G65SC02 as a CPU. This single board computer is a basic learning tool for programming the 6502 with low level instructions hex code. The board has hex keypad and 7-segment display for entering the instruction hex code and test it directly. Students will learn basic of the computer hardware and software of the 6502 easily. The manual also provides monitor
program listings, the method to modify or write your own monitor program.Hardware features:-CPU: 65SC02, CMOS 8-bit Microprocessor @1MHz clock
-Memory: 32kB RAM, 16kB EPROM
-Memory and I/O Decoder chip: Programmable Logic Device GAL16V8D
-Display: 6-digit 7-segment LED
-Keyboard: 36 keys
-RS232 port: software controlled UART 2400 bit/s 8n1
-Debugging LED: 8-bit GPIO1 LED at location $8000
-Tick: 10ms tick produced by 89C2051
-Text LCD interface: direct CPU bus interface text LCD
-Expansion header: 40-pin header More information User's manual and Programming book please visit kswichit.com "Build your own 6502 kit". The 6502 Kit is assembled and tested board, no AC adapter, no LCD. You may use any AC adapter with approx. +9V 1A to power the board.Free shipping with Thailand Post Registered AIRMAIL or ePacket, plus tracking number. For DIY kit, please Add the Note "DIY kit+free shipping".




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