Data IO 29B LogicPak



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English: Data I/O Model 29B Universal Programmer (circa 1984). The Model 29B could hold several different plugin modules and is shown with LogicPak PLD module. The LogicPak could program virtually all Programmable Logic Devices (fuse link and erasable) made at the time. The Model 29B used a Motorola MC6800 microprocessor and could connect to a terminal or computer via a RS323 serial port.
The Model 29B was introduced in 1984 and its predecessor, the System 19 was introduced in September 1978. The LogicPak was introduced in 1982. Data I/O annual reports give the sales of the Model 29 and plugin modules as $18 million in 1983 and $28 million in 1985. This system cost between $5000 and $7000 depending on options (1988 price list).
Photo by Michael Holley (2008) with a Nikon D60 DSLR under tungsten lighting.
Date 3 December 2008(2008-12-03)
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Author Swtpc6800 en:User:Swtpc6800 Michael Holley
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