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EuroBEEB is a 6502-based single board computer (SBC) with BBC BASIC II ROM and either 8KB or 16KB of CMOS RAM on board. EuroBEEB has been designed in Eurocard format (100mm x 160mm) with a standard DIN 41612 bus connector, making the CPU card compatible with the CUBE range of Eurocards.

  • 6502 CPU running at 2 MHz
  • On-board real-time calendar clock
  • A VIA I/O chip providing 16 I/O channels, 4 control lines, and 2 timers
  • 8 or 16 KB CMOS RAM
  • CUBE bus
  • Four 28-pin memory sockets with a choice of memory devices
  • Choice of memory maps
  • Battery backup for the real-time clocl and any CMOS RAM
  • RS-433 serial interface (RS-232 compatible)
  • RS-422 option for noisy environments
  • Autorun feature allowing turnkey operation
  • On-board BASIC II standard
  • Control BASIC extension to BBC BASIC
  • EPROMable user BASIC programs
  • Real-Time BASIC option
  • Single +5V rail supply

Manufacturer: Control Universal Limited
Date: 1982

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH46757. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.



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