HP 5036A Microprocessor Lab
The HP 5036A Microprocessor Lab is was a learning tool used to teach students and engineers about the use and maintenance of a microprocessor. It came mounted in a small briefcase with slots for the manual and other documentation as well as the processor setup itself.
It ran HP's 8085A CPU with 2kb of ROM and 1kb of RAM. A six-digit LED display showed address and register data, and the output port features 8 LEDs, one for each line. Switches can be used to run programs and create loops, and jumpers could be used to simulate hardware faults.
The 5036A shipped with a comprehensive course book taking users through the machine and advising on where to take their learning next.
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
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