I also programmed some 2532s for other uses. The power supply, enclosure, keyboard, display and mainboard are all original and the scans of some of the documents are from my era as a distributor for both Rockwell and Dynatem. I have decided that with this much RAM, it needs the FDC C1541 Interface I just designed using Vintage code from ABCC's Alec Blanco and a VEB for the user 6522 I designed.
You may find scans of the AIM-65 revisions on Rich Cini's website as well as other documentation for the AIM and some accessories. Send me a message for the latest site if unavailable. This historical package consists of - 1 - Dynatem AIM-65 SBC w/20 Column Printer, Keyboard, and 40K Bytes of SRAM. It even boots up with the Dynatem sign-on.
1 - Rockwell molded case with internal power supply and power switch on the side 1 - Microsoft Basic Interpreter EPROM Chip Set (2-2732s) with manual on CD 1 - Rockwell Assembler Language EPROM Chip (1-2732) with information in the User Manual on CD 1 - Rockwell PL-65 High Level Programming Compiler EPROM Chip Set with manual (2-2732s) on CD 1 - C1541 VEB interface board and software on 2532 occupying the D000 slot. 1 - Rockwell Forth Programming Language EPROM Chip Set with manual on CD (2-2732s). I found a data sheet for the AIM-65/40 Forth Math Pack ROM so I will try to include a copy or send scan of that also. I tested it with Forth and was able to re-enter Forth using the "N" key (the normal entry point for the Assembler) but I'm not sure how it interfaces to the supplied software.
1 - Rockwell AIM-65 User's Guide & AIM-65 Summary Card on CD - Paper card included. 1 - Rockwell 6502 Programming Manual and Reference card on CD - Paper card included 1 - Rockwell 6502 Hardware Manual on CD 1 - Monitor listing Manual on CD 1 - roll of thermal paper for the printer Found this page - From: old-computers. Com/museum "to use the Forth Math ROM, just use "N and it will load the words into the dictionary. I don't have any documentation, but looking at most of the routines it can be determined from the names.
So I want you to be happy and have a working system and I will do my part to make that happen. So if you have one or more we can discuss trade-ins or discounts. I can also swap labor to get your AIM or keyboard working.If you don't need any of the EPROMs for the other languages, make me an offer and we can negotiate. The EPROMs used for the languages - 25/2732s - might have markings and tarnish on the pins since they are reprogrammed. The item "Rare Rockwell Dynatem AIM-65 40KBs RAM with C1541 FDC interface and docs on CD" is in sale since Sunday, May 5, 2019.
This item is in the category "Computers/Tablets & Networking\Vintage Computing\Vintage Computers & Mainframes". The seller is "orgwood" and is located in Saint Paul, Minnesota. This item can be shipped worldwide.