Re: 6532, 6530-001, 6530-002...

From: A. Fachat <>
Date: Sun, 05 May 2013 17:03 +0200
Message-ID: <3305973.i5f1CU7KOB@euler>
On Sunday 05 May 2013 16:34:20 you wrote:
> > Dos it meant that when they were made, the component could be ordered
> > With CS1/CS2 in place of PB5/PB6  ?
> Yes.  When you ordered a 6530 you specified what connection you
> wanted for the chip selects: for the ROM, it's an AND of any

Which ultimately means those chips are NOT pin compatible, as even if you have 
the same pinout, the ROM contents differ.

This changes with the 6532, as far as I know they are all the same.
In I/O capabilities similar to the 6530, but without ROM and 128 byte RAM 


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