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Microlab

The Educatel Microlab is training computer used to learn/teach how the 6809 processor works. It was conceived (?) and used by Educatel, a french correspondence school, for their private courses. For this reason, this computer is pretty rare nowadays.

As it was designed to show the user how the microprocessor works, there are red light indicators monitoring the CPU activity and functions. It is also possible to "slow down" the system and follow step by step the instructions being processed.

Some hardware expansions were apparently available, such as an EPROM burner, memory expansions, printers and a RS232 serial board.

It is not clear if this system was really designed by Educatel engineers or licenced from another manufacturer.

We need more info about this computer ! If you designed, used, or have more info about this system, please send us pictures or anything you might find useful.

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NAME  Microlab
MANUFACTURER  Educatel
TYPE  Professional Computer
ORIGIN  France
YEAR  ? 1985
KEYBOARD  calculator type keyboard
CPU  6809E
SPEED  1 MHz
CO-PROCESSOR  2 x PIA 6821 + Timer 6840
RAM  2 KB
ROM  2 KB (EPROM)
TEXT MODES  6 digits built-in display
COLORS  No
SOUND  No
SIZE / WEIGHT  Unknown
I/O PORTS  yes...
POWER SUPPLY  Unknown
PERIPHERALS  EPROM burner, printer, input/output board, serial RS32 board, memory expansion
PRICE  Unknown


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