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KIM Gebruikersclub foundation, from start to finish

KIM gebruikersclub vereniging oprichting pag 1The KGN (KIM Gebruikers CLub Nederland) was founded in 1977 and published and organized meetings until 1995.

On this page you can read the first publication, the legal Foundation creation and the last ‘bye bye’ in the magazine.

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KIM-1 rev B ceramic CPU, ASCII display, ASCII keyboard, Brutech 4K RAM

20160317_143332_HDRA recent acquisition delivered me a system, in excellent visual condition with

  • KIM-1 rev B ceramic white CPU and 6530, grey 6530
  • ASCII display
  • ASCII keyboard
  • Brutech 4K RAM

Now the KIM-1 has no secrets for me, this is a beautiful example with these withe IC’s
The Brutech 4K RAM card just fits on the expansion connector, I have seen these cards  before in the 70ties!

The ASCII display card, about the same size as the KIM-1 is unknown to me, the only information is ASCII Display TTY compatible v.s. 13 .
No documentation  but some properties can be deducted from the IC’s on the board. It is without doubt a  simple TYTY replacement serial ASCII display terminal.
There is a video output on the bottom right,  serial input/output on the left connector and on the left connector one can attach a ASCII parallel keyboard (see below, it is in the package). Read More

Fixed the Beta download links

Fixed the Beta download links!

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65C21, 65C52 IC photos added

Three IC’s photos added to the gallery of 65XX photo collection: 6C52 two dates and 65C21, all Rockwell.

65c52p3 9304
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ELCOMP Es lebe der KIM-1, OSI 300 schematic update, KIM Tape Copy

Es Lebe der KIM-1, ELCOMP article how to start with the KIM-1, includes sample programs and a LED hardware experiment.

es lebe der kim

 

Small modification to OSI 300 schematic.
osi300circuit

KIM Tape Copy v1.1, copy all files on a KIM cassette. Uses two recorders attached as shown in Micro Ade manual.

kim tape copy v11

MIOT Gottlieb Sound systems 6530 replacement

I found a complete description of the replacement board for the 6530 in the Gottlieb Pinball systems multisoundsystem.

Now added to the 6530 page.

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R6530 005 013 014

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Until now I only saw an advertisement for a 6530-005 in an 70ties magazine. But today I found an ebay advertisement selling these IC’s. A Rockwell variant, date code 8114. Without any description, so the function is still unknown. But a photo is now found!

I also found more 6530 variants used in the pinball industry:

6530-12 or 6530-13 were used in the Gottlieb System 1 sound boards
6530-14 was used in the Gottlieb System 80 series sound boards.

Gallery of 65XX IC photos

My drawer is full with a supply of 65XX IC’s. Some bought, some donated, some salvaged. From old to quite recent.

6520 7715

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65XX IC’s

In my boxes with electronic parts I have many IC’s. Partly new bought, lots also rescued from obsolete boards. The 65XX parts present a large part in the microprocessor corner! Recent inventory revealed some unique and older types. So here I  present photos of unique 65XX IC’s in my collection, duplicates left out! Some older IC’s are from photos from other sources, like the Jolt archive.
MOS Technology dated the IC’s with the number string WWYY, where WW is weeknumber padded with zero, and YY are the last two digits of the year.
Example is my oldest part is 6530, date 1476 white case, stamped week 14 year 1976. The youngest parts are Rockwell R6522s from 2007!  And the 65c102 dates 0843, which means 2008?
Other manufacturers reversed week and year, like the 6507 8222, year 1982, week 22.
IC’s in this gallery:6501AQ,65(S)(C)02, 65036504, 6507, 6510, 6520, 65(C)22, 6524, 6526 6530, 65(SC)32, 6540, 6545 6550, 65(C)51, 6569, 6581, 65C102, 65802, 65816, 8501, CO14806 , CM630P

6501aq

6502



6502 3976
6502 1278
6502 0578
6502 2380
w65c02s8p-10 9444
6502 2484
6502b 2984
6502 8322
6502 8211
6502 8023
6502 8337
6052 8732
65c02p4 0327
65c02p2 9335
65sc02p3 8527
65sc02 8447
65sc02p-3 8529
65c02 8142
6502B 7950
6502b 0785
65sc02p1 8345
65c01p1 8409
65c02 8409
65sc02 8812
65c02 8411




CM630P

Bulgarian unofficial clone, pin compatible


6503

s-l1600
MCS6503A

6504

6504 3183
6504 4077


6507

6507 8222
6507 4577




6510, 8501 (6510 equivalent of later Commodore C64)

6510 2484
8501 1189

6520



6520 0980
6520 7715
6520 0578
6520 0678

6521


65c21p2 0721

6522

6522 3084
6522 2983
6522 2783
6522 2684
6522 2683
6522 2186
6522 2083
6522 1783
6522 1287
6522 0786
6522 0488
65sc22 8641
65c22 9526
65c22 0719
6522 8346
6522 8303
6522 8109
6522 8009
6522 4580
6522 4183
6522 3283




6524 I/O + timer

r65c24

6526 (CIA, mostly found in Commodore systems)

6526 3584
6526 3884
6526a 1386
6526a 4188
6526 1984
6526 2085

6530




See the 6530 page for more information
6530 002 1476
6530 003 2876
6530 003 0678
(in my KIM-1)
6530 003 0680
6530 002 0278
(in my KIM-1)
6530 002 0880
r6530 005 8112r
A 6530-005 (TIM without ROM program) as sold on ebay, obviously rebranded since the SY6530-005 text is still visible. Hard to see, but the Synertek date code also seems not to be 8114.
6530 011 7925
A 6530 TIM recently acquired:

A mystery 6530, image from IC seller

6532

6532 3683
6532 8113
6532 8138
6532 8231
6532 8233
6532 8235
6532 8308
6532 8337
6532 8527
6532 9151



65sc32 8428

6540

6540 1379

6545

6545ap 9904

6550

6550 3778

6551

65c51p4 0029
65sc51 9948
65sc51p1 8344
6551 8430
6551 8611
6551a 8251
6551a 8308
6551a 8315
65c51 8528
65c51p2 9329



6552

65c52p3 9334
65c52p3 9304

6569 Video

6569 3884

6581 SID

6581 4486

65C102

65102 0843

65802

65816

65sc816p-4 8838

CO14806 Sally Atari 65C02

CO14806

OSI Model 300 trainer

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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.

 

osi300manual

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