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» Museum » 8-bit » Robotron KC85 3
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General view of KC with extender
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Keyboard
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With module bays empty
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Single KC
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Front
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Front from left side
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A module
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Rear: Power cable, antenna cable,
RGB/composite and expansion connector
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Quite low serial number in one of KCs
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Expansion interface
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Loading diagnostic software from tape
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Running diagnostic software
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2 computers and bus extender.
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Bus extender
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Strange power button
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Modules
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Here serial number is even smaller
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2 interfaces - maybe they're designed to be stacked?
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Inside a computer
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Newer unit with SN >23K has better PCB
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Under the mainboard
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Ready for servicing
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Power supply
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Mainboard
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Upper board
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Keyboard inside: Connection and logic
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Keyboard inside: chip
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Bus extender inside
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Under bus extender's mainboard.
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They designed it to be expandable.
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PCBs opened
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Digital I/O module inside
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ADU module inside
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ADU detail
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Memory in 64K RAM expansion module
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64K RAM module inside
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