For a long time I have been looking at the photos of this, o so simple 6502 trainer, to see how it works and be able to build one myself.
Now that the circuit diagram has become available I have added a page on the OSI 300 on what I have found out about this simple 6502 system: photo’s, manual and circuit.
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The KIM-1 has two 6530 IC’s, the 002 and 003. From some research I have found that this factory mask rommable I/O RRIOT has been produced in more versions.
An interesting one is a relative of the KIM, the Terminal Interface Monitor 6530-004. Meant for a minimal 6502 development system, it contains a teletype oriented monitor program and a serial interface via bit banging.
See the 6530-6532 page and the TIM 6530-004 page for more information.
But there were more 6530’s produced (and the list must be incomplete since lots of sequence numbers are missing. like 001.
6530-002 KIM-1 listing in KIM-1 Users manual
6530-003 KIM-1 listing in KIM-1 Users manual
6530-004 TIM Terminal Monitor, see the TIM page
6530-005 According this OSI appnote this is an unprogrammed version of the 6530. I have seen ads for this part without description of what this is.
6530-009 Allied Leisure pinball (IC5)
6530-010 Allied Leisure pinball (IC6)
6530-011 Allied Leisure / Fascination pinball (IC3)
6530-024 Commodore CHESSmate (based upon Peter Jennings MicroChess)
901466-01 6530-??? DOS 1.0 Shugart SA390 2040, 3040 and 4040
901466-02 6530-028 DOS 1.2 Shugart SA390 2040, 3040 and 4040
901466-04 6530-034 DOS 2.0 DOS 2.1 Shugart SA390
901483-02 6530-036 DOS 2.5
901483-03 6530-038 DOS 2.5 Micropolis 1006-II (8050)
901483-04 6530-039 DOS 2.5 Tandon TM100-3M (8050)
901884-01 6530-040 DOS 2.7 Tandon TM100-3M (8050) Tandon TM100-4M (8250)
901885-01 6530-044 DOS 2.7 Micropolis ???
901885-04 6530-047 DOS 2.7 Micropolis 1006-II (8050) Micropolis 1006-IV (8250) Micropolis 1106-II (Safari, mit Garagentor, 8050) Micropolis 1106-IV (Safari, mit Garagentor, 8250)
901869-01 6530-048 DOS 2.7 M.P.I. 101SM (8050)M.P.I. 102?? (8250)
251256-02 6530-050 DOS 2.7 Matsushita JU-570-2 (8250LP)
251257-02A 2716 DOS 2.7 Matsushita JU-570 (SFD-1001) Matsushita JU-570-2 (SFD-1001)
251474-01B 2716 DOS 2.7 Matsushita JU-570-2 (8250LP)
The DOS65 system, designed by the KIM Gebruikers Club, based upon an Elektuur Octopus design, augmented with a better floppy controller is now documented on the DOS65 page.
Added the scans of the KIM Gebruikers Club (1977-1988) magazine KIM Kenner 1-14, 6502 Kenner 15 – 58
Scans made by Patrick de Zoete, thanks!
Some errors present, issue 55 is incomplete, some have artifacts and are upside down. Hope to correct those, I do have the originals!
I hope to publish the content pages in searchable format later.
The conversion of the old website is now finished and its mobile friendly! And at least on a modern and easy to maintain WordPress base.
Now ready to add more info and play with my KIM-1 and Apple 1’s!
And the DOS65 systems just beg to be documented ..
Welcome to the Retro website!
This website is now being transformed into a WordPress site. Responsive, modern, safe, easy to maintain, but with the same contents. It is also a good opportunity to weed out errors and enhance the site even more.
Also the site changed from pure SBC to more general microprocessor and related electronics with the addition of magazine articles from Radio Bulletin and Elektuur.