Fluke 9010A: last updated July 6, 2021
All my spare 9010As have been sold. sorry!
We have Fluke 9100A base units available starting at $2495US - these do not have the programming option. All are running 6.1 software on SD card or later with 4MB of ram. Working floppy drive is extra..video card is $500USD extra.
Fluke Pods New Old Stock (sealed in Fluke factory bags):
9000-1802 - $595US
9000-8048 - $795USD
Fluke Pods - used, self-tested. Note: we do not have any Z80 or 6502 pods - if not listed we don't have it, sorry!t)
68008 Emulator module for 68000 pod - $195US - (unable to test this.)
9000-8080 $495US - used, pod self-test = OK
9000-9900 $295US - used, pod self-test = OK
Modules for the 9100 base unit:
Y9100A Calibration Module $95US
Y9100A Clock Module - $145US
Y9100A Flying Lead Module - $145US
Y9100A 14D Dip Clip Module - $95US
Y9100A 16D Dip Clip Module - $95US
Y9100A 18D Dip Clip Module - $95US
Y9100A 20D Dip Clip Module - $95US
Y9100A 24D Dip Clip Module - $95US
Y9100A 28D Dip Clip Module - $95US
Other accessories are available - listing sooner or later...
Information on correct POD cables for reference purposes only - I don't have these cables:
|UUT Cable||Style of Cable||POD(s)|
|585141||flat||6502, 6802/8, Z80 (you can use a straight through 40 pin cable if yours is bad)|
|680595||shielded||1802, 8048/8041, 8051|
|685461||shielded||Z80, Z80/AA, Z80QT|
6502, 6800, 6802/6808
680611 (thanks Tony)
The shielded (twisted pair) UUT cables are NOT interchangeable due to various pins being tied to ground. It appears that the flat UUT cables also have shared grounded pins so they too can only be used with their correct pods... I have been told that you can use a flat 40-pin ribbon cables with appropriate straight through connections for 585141 - I suspect others as well. Keep the ribbon cable just long enough to enable you to run the self test as they are more susceptable to noise.
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