Made by Oscar Vermeulen
Replicate the 1976 KIM-1 computer on an Arduino. Pocket-sized 6502 coding! Use serial port, or add small PCB to make a stand-alone device.
18th July 2018
|Momentary Pushbutton Switch - 12mm Square||x 25|
|I2C 4-DIGIT 7-SEGMENT DISPLAY||x 2|
|Resistor 330 Ohm 1/6th Watt PTH||x 3|
|Resistor 1K Ohm 1/4 Watt PTH - 20 pk||x 8|
|PiGRRL 2.0 Custom Gamepad PCB||x 1|
Arduino Pro Mini 328 - 5V/16MHz
An (any) Arduino even without any of the other hardware will run the KIM Uno. You can then only use the serial terminal mode. The PCB adds a physical keyboard and LED display. Careful: If you use the PCB design, check you have a Pro Mini with the same footprint for A4 and A5 pins. There are other variants.
See web site for latest version
Tested on IDE 1.6.8
3D printed case
In case you have a 3D printer. A ready-made case is also available.