IM6100 (was Re: Computer Replicas)

From: Dan Veeneman <>
Date: Wed Mar 31 09:35:44 2004

At 11:56 PM 3/30/04, you wrote:
>What I'd like to know is if anyone has any hard info on the Intercept
>Jr. or the Jolt.

The 1981-1982 Synertek databook mentions the "CP110 Super Jolt" on
page 5-2:

   SY6502 NMOS 8-Bit Microcomputer
   1K Bytes of Static RAM Memory
   64K Bytes of Interrupt Vector RAM
   28 Bi-Directional Programmable I/O Lines
   1 MHz Crystal Controlled Clock
   Interval Timer
   Four Interrupts, Including a Timer Interrupt and a Non-Maskable Interrupt
   Three Serial Interfaces - 20 mA Current Loop, RS-232-C and TTL
   Buffered Address and Data Lines
   1,024 Bytes of Resident ROM Program Memory Containing DEMON Debug
Monitor Program
   Dimensions 4.25 in. x 7.00 in

   The CP110 SUPER JOLT CPU board is the most
   versatile microcomputer on a single PC board.
   Connected to a terminal, the CP110 provides
   everything necessary to begin writing, debugging,
   assembling and executing microcomputer
   programs. Stand-alone, the CP110 is a
   single board OEM microcomputer suited to a
   wide range of dedicated applications.


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