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Motorola Exorset 30 Model M6809 Set 30

The EXORSET 30 was created for a system of study and development primarily for professionals. It is built around a microprocessor Motorola 6809 with 64 kB of memory, backplane format EXORSISER. It is dedicated to software and hardware developments, it supports cross assembler family 6800, with a map and allows adaptation to program EPROM.

System based on the M6809 High Performance microprocessor and MC6800 microcomputer
32K of RAM
12 E/P/ROM sockets for up to 24k bytes of user code
4K bytes of monitor firmware
2K bytes of alphanumeric display RAM
2 User display formats:
          80 characters per line by 22 lines
          40 characters per line by 16 lines
128 characters in a 5x7 matrix
9-inch video monitor
61-key ASCII keyboard
RS-232C serial interface
Dual BASF 6106 5.25-inch mini-FLOPPYDRIVES
          Width 18.3"
          Height 11.0"
         Length 25.2"
          Weight 6.3 kg
Introduced 1982

Our machine has a serial number of C0266.

Manufacturer: Motorola
Date: 1982

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH23961. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.


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