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Microprocessor Lab Manual - Final

Microprocessor Lab Manual - Final

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Published by N.Shanmugasundaram
Microprocessor lab manual for V or VI semester BE (ECE) students, prepared by N.Shanmugasundaram, VVCET.
Microprocessor lab manual for V or VI semester BE (ECE) students, prepared by N.Shanmugasundaram, VVCET.

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Vidya Vikas College of Engineering and Technology
 
EC1307 – Microprocessor & Application Lab - Manual
 
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EXP. NO.
01 (A)
Date: _________
 
TITLE:
STUDY OF INTEL 8085 MICROPROCESSOR KIT
Aim : To study the working of Intel 8085 Microprocessor trainer kit.
Figure 1.1 Vimicro’s Micro-85 Microprocessor kit 
 1.1 INTRODUCTIONThis section briefs the hardware and software facilities available in both the trainersMicro-85 EBl and Micro-85 EB2. Micro-85 EBl is a powerful Microprocessor Trainerwith basic features such as 24 TTL lines using 8255, Hardware Single Stepping andSoftware Single Stepping of user programs.In addition to the above features, Micro-85 EB2 has RS232C compatible serial port,Bus Expansion for interfacing VBMB series of add-on cards and 24 TTL I/O lines. Aseparate switch is provided for learning more about hardware. interrupts. There isalso provision to add multi output power supply for interfacing experiment boards.Most of the control signals are terminated .at test points for easy analysis on CRO orlogic probe.
 
Vidya Vikas College of Engineering and Technology
 
EC1307 – Microprocessor & Application Lab - Manual
 
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The differences in the specification of Micro-85 EBl and Micro-85 EB2 are highlightedin this manual. The users are therefore requested to go through the Hardwarespecification carefully.
1.2 SPECIFICATIONS
1.2.1 HARDWARE SPECIFICATIONS1) PROCESSOR, CLOCK FREQUENCY: Intel 8085A at 6.144 MHz clock. .2) MEMORY:Monitor EPROM : 0000 - 1FFFEPROM- Expansion : 2000 - 3FFF & COOO - FFFFSystem RAM : 4000 - 5FFFMonitor Data Area : 4000 - 40FF (Reserved)User RAM Area : 4100 - 5FFFRAM- Expansion : 6000 - BFFF
Note:
The RAM area from 4000 - 40FF should not be accessed by theuser since it is used as scratch pad by the Monitor program.3) INPUT/OUTPUT:Parallel: 48 TTL :I/O
 
lines using two number of 8255(only 24 :I/O
 
line. available in micro-85 EB1).Serial : One number of RS232C compatible Serial interfaceusing 8251A - USART.Timer : Three channel 16-bit Programmable Timer using 8253.- Channel 0 is used as baud rate clock generator for 8251A USART.- Channel 1 is used for in single stepping user programs.- Channel 2 is used for Hardware Single Stepping user programs.4) DISPLAY:- 6 digit, 0.3", 7 Segment Red LED Display with filter.- 4 digits for address display and 2 digits for data display.5) KEYBOARD :- 21 Keys soft keyboard including command keys and hexa-decimal keys.6) AUDIO CASSETTE INTERFACE with file management.7) BATTERY BACKUP:- Onboard Battery backup facility is provided for the available RAM.
 
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8) HARDWARE SINGLE STEP:This facility allows the user to execute programs at machine cycle levelusing a separate switch.9) SYSTEM POWER CONSUMPTION:
Micro-85 EB2 Micro-85 EBl
+ 5 V @ 1 Amp +5V @ 500 mA+ 12 V@ 200 mA- 12 V @ l00 mA10) POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS:
[External ]
 
Micro-85 EB2 Micro-85 EB1
Input: 230 V AC @ 50, Hz 230V AC @ 50 HzOutput: + 5 V @ 1.5 A + 5 V @ 600 mA+ 12 V @ 150 mA- 12 V @ 150 mA+ 30 V @ 250 mA(Unregulated)11) PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS:Micro-85 EB PCB : 230mm x 170mm [L x B] Weight : 1 Kg.12) TEST POINTS: Test points providedfor MR*, MW*, INTA*, IO/M*, IOR*, IOW*, S0, S1, INTA.This enables the user to study the hardware timing easily.

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