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Control Universal EuroBeeb

The Control Universal Eurobeeb is a cut down BBC Micro on a eurocard. It has a 6502 CPU and BBC BASIC. It can be used as a single board computer for industrial control with graphics and Analogue/Digital I/O.

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Manufacturer: Control Universal Ltd
Date: 1986



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