|Manufacturer||Integrated Computer Systems|
|Model||Standard Prototype Microcomputer|
|Date Announced||Late 1970s|
|Country of Origin||USA|
|ROM||4 EPROMS (4K?)|
|Expansion||Several edge and pin connectors|
|Related Items in Collection||None|
|Related Items Wanted||Documentation and any information I can get about this system.|
I recently received an Integrated Computer Systems Standard Prototype Microcomputer. The machine consists of three parts: A power supply, a single board computer and an interfacing module. As soon as I figure out any more about it I'll post what I can here. Until then, here are a few pictures.
Here is the basic board with the processor in the upper left and the keypad in the lower right.
This is the Interface unit that attaches to the main board via a 50 pin ribbon cable.
The matched power supply is a nice thing to have. With this I won't have to scrape something together with the proper outputs.
The machine is also dressed with a nice plexiglass cover.
When it's all assembled it looks like this.