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diy-VT100 Revision 2

A project log for diy-VT100 - A Miniature hardware terminal

Miniature VT100 with all the bells and whistles

Kuldeep Singh DhakaKuldeep Singh Dhaka 04/19/2017 at 03:051 Comment

- Bell (Speaker - 800Hz)
- 7 LED (ONLINE, LOCAL, KBD LOCKED, L1, L2, L3, L4 )
- USB and PS/2 Keyboard
- UART 3.3V (5V tolerant pins & Multiple speeds)
- LCD (32x20 characters)
- Accept VT100 commands (most of them - at the moment)
- EEPROM to store configuration
- Uses STM32F105 (ARM uC M3)

Discussions

Marc Cote wrote 01/29/2019 at 22:30 point

The only missing thing.   I am looking for a 132 column capable one.  Just like the VT-100.

Optionally, hook up an LCD, VGA or other monitor to re-create a VT-100 shell, make it look like the real thing, act like the real thing.  Be a nice display for a museum.  a cool boat anchor at home to start discussions and bam surprise, it works.  (have the real green glow and the old CRTs did, I know someone made a library to support it).

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