The RCA MicroDisk Development System MS2000 is a microprocessor computer system designed to facilitate the development of hardware and software for applications based on the RCA 1800 series of CMOS microprocessors. It utilizes 3.5 inch, high-density microfloppy disk drives. The disks provide 315 kilobytes of on-line mass memory storage each.
The memory includes 62 kilobytes of RAM, 2 kilobytes of ROM. Software includes an augmented resident monitor program UT71 and the MicroDOS operating system. MicroDOS includes an Editor and a MacroAssembler ASM8 that operates with all the RCA CMOS Microprocessors CDPI802A, CDPI805AC, CDPI806C, and CDPI806AC.
Conversion programs are included that provide transportability of source code from all other RCA Development Systems to the MS2000.
Clock: 2.0 MHz
62 KB RAM
2 KB ROM
MS2000 running MicroDos on a video terminal.
The only information about the MS2000 that I have found is the manual: MPM-241 User Manual for the RCA MicroDisk Development System MS2000
Main Features Cosmac MS2000 Emulator
- Adjustable speed, boosting the speed of the MS2000 beyond 2.0 MHz!
- Disk support for image files and PC harddisk directory emulation
- Tape features (wav file and real cassette support) including a Turbo version
- Direct MS2000 memory access to load and save software from the PC hard disk via intel hex or binary files
- Terminal simulation (DEC VT-52 and VT-100)
- Support for Printer simulation including possibility for sending the output to any printer you own or to a file
- Video screen dump to a file (BMP, JPEG, PNG or PCX image)