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Control Logic, Inc., Natick Massachusetts

This development system is based on the Intel 8008 microprocessor that was introduced in 1973. Most of the chips in this system have mid to late 1973 date codes, so it was made just one year after Intel introduced the 8008.

All of the documentation for this system was donated, so we will scan it and put it on Bitsavers.

We also have paper tapes containing development software. It looks like the software runs on a DEC PDP-8. 


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The front of the development system showing the plastic panels on the edges of the PCBs
The green ZIF socket at the left is for programming Intel 1702 EPROMs.

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The rear of the development system.
The J1 connector goes to a Teletype.

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The gold chip is the Intel 8008 microprocessor.

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The EPROM board containing 2x Intel 1702 256 x 8 EEPROMs for the monitor.

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One of 5x 1k x 8 RAM boards in the system based on Intel 2102 1k x 1 RAM static chips


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