This Single Board Microcomputer is suitable for training and educational purposes and to study the general programming of microprocessors as well as for a first practical approach the interfacing techniques. A rich list of examples of programs written in BASIC and assembler provide a useful support to this goal.
The use of ELC-180 is described by the following steps:
Connection of ELC-180 to a terminal or PC via RS232C serial interface, Alternatively you can use a parallel ASCII keyboard with an LCD display connected to I/O ports as per the enclosed diagrams
Development of software with support for BASIC resident on the board, with the possibility to write routines in object code Z180 by the utility of the MOS
Testing and debugging of developed software with any external hardware required by the application.
Z8S180 ZILOG CMOS CPU with clock frequency at 18.432 MHz
RAM Memory 512k x 8
EPROM / EEPROM Memory 512k x 8
DS1232 Microprocessor monitor supply voltage (5V + / -5%) and watchdog timer
82C55 1 Parallel Programmable Interfaces for a total of 24 I/O lines (3 ports)
RS-232C port (1200 to 38600 bps) dedicated (PC communication)
RS-485/422 Port for networks on twisted pair (up to 32 cards SPQ-Z80)
MTBASIC compiler multitasking on EPROM
C/Compiler and Assembler Zilog Z180 available
Dimensions: 100 x 80 mm (standard EUROCARD).
Power Supply: 7…12V DC 50 mA (regulator on board)