Kit 68k-MBC Micro Computer...
Cpu Motorola 68008P10 8MHz, 1024KB RAM, 16 GPIO, I2C, 2 serial ports with RS232, HD emulation on SD, RTC with temperature sensor, Multi-boot management for max. 10 OS (currently supported OS CP/M-68K with 16 HD), Autoboot (direct binary load and execution from SD), sLoad (automatic loading and execution of executable files in Motorola S-record format), SW controlled User led and key, boot mode and system parameters user menu.
Independent 68008 Micro Computer composed with the 68K-MBC board Black Edition (Cpu), the uTerm board Black Edition (VT100 terminal), and SPP Adapter Black Edition, just connect a VGA monitor and a PS2 or USB keyboard (Attention: check that the keyboard used must have emulation of the PS2 protocol).
This Micro Computer need a 9V power supply. DC at least 1A. or higher with 5.5 x 2.1 mm plug. which is not supplied with the kit.
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 and this link.
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
- All the electronic components necessary to make the 68K-MBC 1024KB Black Edition version, including RS232 USB adapter cable, PIC18F47Q10 already programmed, modified RTC module, microSD card module, microSD with all programs and CR2032 battery.
- All the electronic components necessary to make the uTerm board Black Edition version, the STM32 smd chip is supplied already soldered and programmed.
- All the electronic components necessary to make the SPP Adapter board Black Edition version.
All the pcb supplied have a surface treatment designed to use lead-free soldering, as RoHS regulation, alternatively, normal tin can be used for component welding.
All the electronic components used are RoHS certified by the respective manufacturers.
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