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R > ROCKWELL  > AIM 65/40     

AIM 65/40

The Rockwell AIM 65/40 was an evolution of the AIM 65 mainly intended for industrial and scientific applications.

Its four modules included an 6502-based single board computer, a dot matrix printer with 40-column alphanumerics and graphic capabilities, a 40-char. alphanumeric display and a full ASCII keyboard.

The AIM 65/40 could be purchased as a complete system for end users or as separate modules for OEM users. The printer and display modules could be mounted remotely from the mainboard.



I have some AIM-65 and AIM-65/40 docs and app notes. If you need some info, please ask and I''ll see if I have it.
orgwood at iaxs dot net

Thursday 2nd August 2012
Dave Colglazier (USA)
Original Woodworks

for sale on eBay aim65 original 1 owner over 40 pamphlets, diagrams, user guides and brochures. one price. unit is in working condition and pristine shape

Saturday 17th December 2011
angel (davisburg, MI)


NAME  AIM 65/40
TYPE  Professional Computer
YEAR  1981
BUILT IN LANGUAGE  Various optional languages in ROM among which BASIC and Assembler.
KEYBOARD  Full-stroke 64 keys with 8 function keys
CPU  Rockwell 6502
SPEED  1 Mhz.
RAM  16 KB up to 64 KB
ROM  Up to 32 KB
TEXT MODES  Vacuum fluorescent 40-char. , 16-segment alphanumeric display module with blinking and auto-scroll controls
COLORS  Green display
I/O PORTS  RS-232C, TTY, tape recorder, parallel ports
OS  I/O routines in ROM.
POWER SUPPLY  External power supply unit
PRICE  Unknown




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