uTerm Back Edition
VT100 terminal board
Addon for Z80-MBC2, V20-MBC and 68K-MBC to connect a PS2 Keyboard and a VGA Monitor and have a completely independent computer.
NEWS, new Kit configuration with Pin Headers with Pin Gold
This project is released (hardware and software) under the GPL 3 license and was designed by Fabio Defabis (Just4Fun), more information is available at this link.
The kit is supplied with the STM32 chip already soldered and programmed.
Attention, VAT and shipping costs change depending on the country of the customer.
Example calculation cost of the kit all inclusive
The product is shipped from Italy to worldwide, with tracking code.
No customs fees, the customer will not pay customs fees, shipping by legal procedure.
Italy: 1 working day, Sardinia and Sicily 2 working days
France: 4 working days
United Kingdom: 4 working days
Differences between uTerm and uTerm Black Edition Kits
|Component||uTerm||uTerm Black Edition|
|Resistor||Carbon 5%||Metal Film 1%|
|IC Socket||Dual Wipe Dipskt||Through Hole, Solder Tin, Contact Gold|
|PCB||Blue Lead free HASL||Black Lead free HASL|
|Pin Header||Pin Tin||Pin Gold|
|Standoffs and screws||White Nylon||Black Nylon|
uTerm Back Edition kit
I got this kit to use with both the Z80-MBC2 and the V20-MBC Black Edition Kits so that I could make either stand-alone. The nice thing about the uTerm is that it contains a TTL serial interface, so that data could be sent and received from it while continuing to use the PS2 keyboard and VGA video display. One thing that I really like about this kit was that the surface mounted chip came pre-installed, which makes it easier for us old folks to assemble. <br /> <br /> One note: I have a several USB keyboards that would not work with the USB - PS2 converter, (Logitech and Dell), so I picked up a new inexpensive PS2 keyboard, which works great.
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