IT-4320 Microprocessor Trainer (8086)

The IT-4320 8/16-Bit Microprocessor Training System is based on the Intel 8086 microcomputer and is software compatible to Intel 8086/80186 family of processors. The 8086 is a high performance microprocessor that gave rise to x86 architecture. DOS compatibility allows development in a familiar environment with a wide range of tools.

Description

The IT-4320 8/16-Bit Microprocessor Training System is based on the Intel 8086 microcomputer and is software compatible to Intel 8086/80186 family of processors. The 8086 is a high performance microprocessor that gave rise to x86 architecture. DOS compatibility allows development in a familiar environment with a wide range of tools.

The application can then be tested through the console serial port. Borland C complier IDE enables environment for east development of programs/applications. PC software is provided with the training system to upload programs and to execute the programs on the training system.

 

Technical Features:

Motherboard:

33Mhz Intel 8086/80186 Compatible Processor

XDOS (PC DOS 3.3 Compatible)

415K Flash

64 Digital I/O lines

2XRS-232 Ports with USB – UART interface

Software for program uploading / execution

Watchdog Timer

3X16 Bit Timer Channels

Selected PC BIOS Functions

Full Address/Data Expansion Bus

Software:

Borland C/C++ 4.5 or later Compiler

Sample Code

.net based control program

 External I/O Interface Board:

8-Bit A/D Converter

8-Bit D/A Converter

128X64 Graphical LCD

16X4 Character LCD

Four 7-Segment Displays

8-Bit Monitor LEDs

DC Motor with optical encoder, direction control & PWM control

Stepper motor with drive circuit

R/C Servo motor with drive circuit

Programmable Peripheral Interface 82C55

4X4 Matrix Keypad with 5-way joystick

16X8 Dot Matrix LED Display

Software Features:

Directory Display

File Management

Upload executable Programs

Execute the Programs

Software Reset

 

Accessories: Power Cord, 2mm Patch Cords, IDC Connector Cable, Software CD, USB interface cable

Experiments Included:

Controlling the Processor I/O Ports
Programmable Peripheral Interface (PPI)
Address Decoding of an I/O Device
Study of UART 0/1 Device
Controlling Character LCD
Controlling Graphical LCD
Controlling Keypad and Joystick
Direction Control of DC Motor
Direction Control of Stepper Motor
To Control Direction of R/C Servo Motor
Control of 8-Bit A/D Converter
Control of 8-Bit D/A Converter
To Study Working of Dot Matrix LED Display