rigdonj at cfl.rr.com
Fri Sep 1 11:11:26 CDT 2006
I'm can't be sure without checking some manuals but I believe the TK80 is
a trainer/demonstrator that's used with the Fluke 9010 Troubleshooter. If
you don't need it I'd like to have it. I have a bunch of 9010 stuff.
At 09:42 PM 9/1/06 +1000, you wrote:
>I'm checking through some of my old stuff and I have a Fluke TK80A, which
>appears to be a single board computer or training system. It has an 8080
>CPU, 1K of RAM (2114), an EPROM and a membrane keypad, some 7-seg LEDs and a
>few switches. Other than the power connector it has no external connecters
>or sockets - so I assume it's a standalone system.
>Some of the LEDs and switches are stamped "ADDR 10000 Output Port" and other
>addresses that are over 10000 (ie 100F9)- which has me perplexed as the
>address limit of the 8080 is FFFF and the IO range only goes to FF?
>I'm going to check it over and apply some power to see what it does (if
>anything). However, if anyone has heard of this board or know something
>about it could you please illuminate me to its purpose?
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