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TED-Chip 8360 Revision 2, date of production week 40/1984

TED 7360/8360 - Text Editing Device (jokingly "Tramiels Exit Device") was a chip made by MOS Technology Inc and was the primary chip used in the Commodore Plus/4, C16 and C116. The chip provided video, sound generation hardware, DRAM refresh circuitry, interval timers and keyboard input handling.

Technical Details[edit | edit source]

Video Specifications[edit | edit source]

Audio Specification[edit | edit source]

  • 2 channel tone generator
    • Channel 1: Square wave
    • Channel 2: Square wave or white noise

7360 vs 8360[edit | edit source]

The 8360 is functionally the same than the 7360 but they are manufactured with a different technology. Most machines contain a 8360.

  • 7360 HMOS-1
  • 8360 HMOS-2

Links[edit | edit source]

WP-W11.png Wikipedia: MOS_Technology_TED