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Acorn Cambridge Co-Processor (32016)

The Acorn Cambridge Co-processor - a development of the 32016 2nd processor. It has a National Semiconductor NS32016D-6 CPU clocked at 6 MHz and 1MB (32 x 32K RAM) with the Ferranti ULA Tube controller.

The ROMs boot to the PANDORA OS kernel which then loads PANOS from disc.

Serial Number : 23-ANC06-0001378

Date : March 1987

Manufacturer : Acorn Computers Limited

Format : Co-Processor

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4606. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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