Intel 3002 Bit-Slice Processor Test Boards For Sale

Intel i3002 Test Board

The Intel 3002 CPE Test Board is intended to test the working condition of the Intel 3002 Central Processing Element (CPE) and its many compatible CPE chips.The Intel 3002 CPE Test Board is intended to test the working condition of the Intel 3002 Central Processing Element (CPE) and its many compatible CPE chips.The Intel 3000 bit-slice processor family was introduced in 1973 and were made on a  Schottky Bipolar process. The 3002 series was also second sourced by Signetics, Siemens, and Intersil, and closes were made by the USSR and Tesla  (Czech).  The 3002 CPE is a 2-bit ALU and register file that can perform logical and arithmetic operations, left/right shifting and bit/zero value testing. The 3002 also includes 11 registers (R0-R9, T), an accumulator and a Memory Address Register (MAR). The 3002 CPE elements execute micro instructions generated by the 3001 Microprogram Controller Unit (MCU) based on micro code stored in PROM.

In this test board, a PIC MCU is used instead of a microcode PROM and microprogram controller. The PIC MCU’s test program provides register and functional tests of the 3002 CPE and test routines with LED animations. It also supports 4 push buttons as inputs, and 8 LEDs as output devices.

The board consists of the following base components of an 2-bit microcomputer system:

  • 28-pin ZIF Socket:  For 3002 CPE to be tested.
  • PIC MCU: Microcode controller to generate micro instruction of test code.
  • 8 LEDs:  Output devices.
  • 4 Push Buttons:  Input devices.

The board requires a single +5V power supply (200mA) provided through a mini-USB connector.There is a power switch and power indicator LED in the upper left corner of the test board.

Available now for $69.95 with FREE Worldwide shipping included




**CPU is not included with the board.

The User Manual for the i3002 Test Board may be downloaded here (PDF)