[vcf-midatlantic] FS: Applied Microsystems EM-188 Intel 8080 8085 Diagnostic Emulator
bob at applegate.org
Thu Apr 7 08:58:22 EDT 2016
It's a nice ICE. I have the Z80 version and used it for years back in the 80s at a company I worked for, then bought it when I left that company. It was very handy for debugging a CP/M BIOS.
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> On Apr 7, 2016, at 8:15 AM, Systems Glitch via vcf-midatlantic <vcf-midatlantic at lists.vintagecomputerfederation.org> wrote:
> This hasn't sold, not even one offer, if anyone is interested in buying it (make offer!) and picking it up at VCF East this year, let me know, otherwise it's getting disassembled for its TIL-311s and 6116 SRAMs.
>> link: http://www.ebay.com/itm/272125508235
>> ** NOTE: This unit is missing the emulator pods! **
>> Picked it up at either a hamfest or university surplus auction, I don't remember which. I've been searching for 8080 or 8085 pods for this unit for several years. I'm calling it a loss, so it's time to sell it. Perhaps someone has the pods and can make use of it. It does power on, and you can see from the pictures it has six TIL311 displays in it. I believe it also has a number of 6116 2K x 8 static RAMs inside -- I opened it up at one point in the past.
>> This would've been an excellent tool for vintage computer debugging, if I could've found the pods. The emulator lets you observe and control the data and address bus states, as well as internal state of the CPU.
>> If you're going to be at VCF East this year, I can drop it off in person and avoid shipping. That will of course be a *major* consideration if anyone wants to submit Best Offers :)
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