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MENSCH Microcomputer based on the W65C265S MCU

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  • W65C816S based W65C265S MCU
  • Works at 3.3V or 5V (Cable not provided), giving access to a wider range of sensors, memories, FPGAs, etc.
  • Serial Terminal Programming Interface Serial Port #3 (P66/P67/P56/P57) NOTE: Requires external FTDI FT232 or similar cable/board (not included)
  • 8 LEDs connected to P7x
  • 2 – 18 pin connectors plug into standard breadboards for quick prototyping. Signals accessed are Ports P0x (A0-A7), P1x(A8-A15), P3x (D0-D7), Serial Ports S0 and S1; 1 x 4 pin Connector with PHI2, WEB, NMIB and IRQB signals for expansion.; 1 x 4 pin Twin Tone Generator Connector (Driven by TG0/1)

MENSCH Microcomputer based on the W65C265S MCU
Ships from United States. Most customers receive within 6-8 days.
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The MENSCH microcomputer W65C265QBX is a small single board computer (SBC), 1.25 ” x 2.25 ”, using the System on a Chip (SoC) W65C265S MCU. The W65C265S was invented and designed by Bill Mensch WDC’s founder after he invented and designed the 65816 microprocessor. As a recognized pioneer of the microprocessor industry. Mr. Mensch’s twenty two patented inventions were/are used on the original Motorola 6800 Microprocessor Family, MOS Technology 6502 Microprocessor Family, and WDC’s 65C02 and 65816 Microprocessor Families. As an electrical engineer, 1971 BSEE from The University of Arizona (UA), having taught graduate level classes at Arizona State University (ASU) on SOC design for five years, advisor to four university colleges of engineering for over two decades, the MENSCH was designed in hopes that it will attract learners to consider a career based on an Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) education, hardware and software engineering.

The MENSCH can be used to learn about all kinds of electronic components and all kinds of state-of-the-art programmable logic. Operating at 3.3 volts provides for easy connectivity with various state-of-the-art electronic components and modules such as sensors and actuators. Operating at 5.0 volts provides easy connectivity to 5.0 volts electronic components and modules.
Data Sheet:
http: //www. westerndesigncenter. com/wdc/documentation/W65C265QBX. pdf


Learn more about the The Western Design Center, Inc. 65816

Model

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Brand
WDC 65xx
Model
65816

Details

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Type
Engineering Development Tools
Approvals/Standards
Engineering Development, Hobby or Evaluation purposes ONLY
Core Architecture
65xx
Core Sub-Architecture
65816
Size/Dimensions
1.25x2.25x0.5
Material
RoHS / Green Compliant
Voltage Rating AC
N/A
Voltage Rating DC
5V
Operating Temperature Min
0°C
Operating Temperature Max
+85°C
Application
Industrial Automation

Additional Information

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Date First Available
June 27, 2019
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