Two version are available:
Both versions feature on board circuitry for buffering the data lines, address decoding, and providing decoded I/O control logic. The control logic is in the form of a socketed GAL, which can be reprogrammed by the user to optimize the PROTO-8 for specific applications.
|Prototyping Area:||"B" Version: Solderless breadboard. 8 distribution strips, 3 terminal boards. Socket strips for access to all PC/104 signals, decoding and power. Accepts 20-28AWG solid wire and component leads. |
"S" Version: Solder pads. 2000+ pads, .036"dia. Holes on .1" centers.
|Addressing:||16 consecutive I/O bytes. Base address jumper selectable between 0 and 1008 decimal, (0 to 0x3f0 hexadecimal)|
|I/O Decoding:||2 I/O Write strobes, 2 I/O Read strobes. Each strobe occupies four consecutive I/O address spaces. Uses socketed GAL16V8. Pinout compatible with PEEL18CV8, EP310 and other 20 lead DIP devices.|
NOTE: The factory supplied configuration can be changed by reprogramming the GAL. Requires Verilog, VHDL or other software and a GAL programmer which is not supplied with PROTO-8.
|Power Requirement:||+5vdc @ 25ma typical (User circuitry exempt)|
|Dimensions:||3.60"W x 9.00"L. Marks provided so that PCB can be cut to standard PC/104 length|
|Environmental:||Operating temperature: -40°C to 85°C|
Non-condensing relative humidity: 5% to 95%