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2000\01\13@131432 by Hardware Engineering

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gotta love it when you finally run low on a part...yet purchasing never was
notified it was already on a last time buy...

What we have is an old moto part, MC68A03P(1.50MHZ) or the MC68B03P(2.00MHZ).

So, best choice is if someone has a few hundred or so (at least) of these
parts, or convert to a PIC, like the 16C74 maybe?

The other problem is conversion of the 6803 code, if we still have source
code, to the PIC.  Anyone know of some automatic tools for this? I am pretty
sure it was written in asm, but have to check since this is an OLD product of
ours.

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2000\01\13@143945 by Harold M Hallikainen

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       I've got about 80 MC68B02 processors (6800 with internal clock and 128
bytes of RAM, 16 bit address bus, 8 bit data bus).  Would these be useful
to you?

Harold


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2000\01\13@150237 by Peter Keller

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I have about 150 - 200 of Hitachi HD63B09P /DIL40 from a project which run out a
few years ago.
They would cost US$1.00 + shipping.
Interested ?
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2000\01\13@150439 by Terry A. Steen

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Not being all to clear... isn't the 6803 a configuration of the 6805? It's
been a while since I delt with them. Anyway, you may try using one of them
instead. They have more power and are more of a standard now-a-days. I know
alot of people like to use the 68HC11 for projects.

Good luck!,
Terry


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2000\01\13@150900 by Terry A. Steen

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I have been wanting to try those out... I don't need hundreds, but wouldn't
mind getting 10-15 of them.

Terry

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>I have about 150 - 200 of Hitachi HD63B09P /DIL40 from a project which run
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>few years ago.
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>>         I've got about 80 MC68B02 processors (6800 with internal clock
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2000\01\13@151905 by Peter Keller

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If it serves you, I will send you 2 packing units for free!
Send your address offline !
Peter

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2000\01\13@152529 by Peter Keller

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I did not track the whole conversation. So, what original part are you going to
replace ?
I have a lot of different Motorola processors, maybe we will find one.

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2000\01\13@163008 by Larry G. Nelson Sr.

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You should check with the surplus suppliers to find some processors of the
type you are using to buy some time. You can then convert in a more
leisurely timeframe.


I know of no automatic conversion software available to do something like
this. You are probably better to change the design to a new processor like
the 74 and then create the code to behave to the specification your product
follows. At this time you can correct any bugs or add new features. I would
be happy to quote you on the design if interested  but would need product
details.

Larry G. Nelson Sr
President
Nelson Research


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2000\01\13@163827 by paulb

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Peter Keller wrote:

> I did not track the whole conversation. So, what original part are you
> going to replace?

 He mentioned the 6803, which is a ROM-less version of the 6801.  This
is the predecessor to the 68HC11, and like it, has code halfway between
6802 (6800) and 6809.  It also has some I/O on-board which is however
mostly "nobbled" by using 18 port lines for external bus access, and
includes a timer and UART.  A 6801 is equivalent, the ROM being
bypassed.

 6802 (6800) or 6809 chips probably wouldn't be useful as other
interface chips would need to be added.  Code-wise, the most direct
move would be to a 68HC11 though some modifications of timer and UART
code would be necessary for starters.

 Swapping for a PIC would certainly be one possibility, or
supercharging it with an Atmel AVR!
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 Cheers,
       Paul B.

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