First lot of Apple II super proto boards on order:

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Mike W.

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Re: First lot of Apple II super proto boards on order:

I like it!!!!!!

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Re: First lot of Apple II super proto boards on order:

I can't wait. My son has a sumo robot kit waiting for summer vacation to build that would hook
up very nicely to the proto board and an Apple II.
Cheers,
Corey

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Re: First lot of Apple II super proto boards on order:

Wow Mike!!! Smile

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Re: First lot of Apple II super proto boards on order:

That's great, Mike. I connected a 6522 to a pro to board a few years ago and use it for all kinds of projects. Having working interrupts and an EEPROM will make this the perfect hobby board for the Apple II. A couple of questions: Is only 2K available from the EEPROM or can it be bank switched? How is the EEPROM write enabled?

Thanks!

Dave...

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Re: First lot of Apple II super proto boards on order:

The four high address bits of the EEPROM could be tied to bank select logic, but I didn't include it. The last page is used for I/O select, so it should be maintained across all banks. I added an external write enable jumper for controlling write access to the EEPROM.

Regards,
Mike W