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  CONNECTICUT microCOMPUTER (CmC) by Bill Degnan - 01/30/2018 18:11
Cassette of the CmC Edit/Assembler program, 11/18/79 version. The editor / assembler is a Commodore BASIC program interface that calls PEEK and POKE commands through BASIC to edit and generate 6502 assembly language programs. Click image for larger view.

This photo shows a Commodore PET 2001-8 loading the CmC editor/assembler from cassette. Click image for larger view.

The CmC editor/assembler menu. I have not tested to see if the if this program will work on the 2001-8, but I assume it will, given the program is simply a BASIC "wrapper" that allows a person to interface with the TIM monitor. Click image for larger view.

Connecticut microComputer was a software company based in Brookfield, Connecticut. They produced Commodore PET, Radioshack TRS 80, and AIM 65 programs and I believe some hardware devices. This thread will contain links to software and documentation as I archive it and post to this web site.

  ADA 1450 Printer Interface by Bill Degnan - 02/02/2018 22:48
Connecticut microComputer ADA 1450
CmC made a device that gave the PET the ability to use a serial printer by converting the IEEE signal. Pictured is the box with controller inside. This box also contains adapter cables to connect between the PET IEEE port and the serial port of a serial printer. Click image for larger view.

Connecticut microComputer ADA 1450
The program was stored on cassette. In this case it's being loaded via external cassette attached to tape port 1 (external port). Click image for larger view.

Connecticut microComputer ADA 1450
The ADA 1450 cassette contains four programs. The ADA 1450 dongle comes with a short set of documentation to help describe the use of this product. Click image for larger view.

I was able to dump a number of tapes to 4040 drive disk and I will post a D64 image of the archived programs soon.

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