Found at lot here, but not ZRLG or ZRLH
so, I am going to try the maindec-11-dzrla-a-pb1 and maindec-11-dzrla-a-pb2 - and I see that ak-e038b-mc and ak-e039b-mc I think replaced the first two.
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UPDATE - found page 2-40 RL01-RL02 user guide to confirm CZRLAAO and CZRLBAO are correct.
"..These diagnostics can be run free-standing under the Diagnostic S...[ read more ]
Model calling for backups. UNIVAC 9300 system. Click image for larger view
UNIVAC 9200 brochure cover. Sperry Rand liked their UNIVAC product models making phone calls. Or maybe they're calling product support. Or maybe Sperry Rand hires its product models to also work in their customer support department. Click image for larger view
I picked these images from the brochures included with the following proposal to Philip Morris dated November 1, 1968. I really love the pretty, hot, psychedelic photos of women and their UNIVAC 9000...[ read more ]
Total messages in this thread: 2 Last Post: [ Request for Pictures ] 11/02/2016 Thread date is last update date.
Computer Products / CP
A Fort Lauderdale Firm that makes controller cards for engineering purposes. These cards may have been used in a DEC A/D system in the 80's.
PART NUM / DESCRIPTION / (QTY)
021-177 LL GATE CARD (2)
021-058 OPTICALLY ISOLATED INPUT
006-019-0 A/D CONVERTER
021-161 4 CHAN RGTR D/A CONV (2)
021-0027 DIGITAL OUTPUT
021-0205 RELAY BOARD
021-5232 RELAY BOARD
021-5389-0008 PANEL SWITCH BD
021-5235 PANEL LIGHTS
021-100 PANEL LIGHTS
021-099 DIGITAL INPUT TEST
--- EXTENDER PD
--- CONSOLE RIBBON CABLE CONNECTOR
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NeXTstation color desktop networked via TCP/IP, running Omniweb2 browser, open to vintagecomputer.net and displaying Honeywell DDP-516 photo. Click image for larger view.
NeXTstation color desktop networked via TCP/IP, running Omniweb2 browser, open to vintagecomputer.net. I used website search to locate a photo of the NeXTstation boot screen. What you se...[ read more ]
Total messages in this thread: 9 Last Post: [ Compupro Disk Images ] 10/29/2016 I have ben working on a CompuPro S-100 8086/8085 256K RAM system with dual Qume 842 disk drives and a Qume terminal. Pretty beefy. I am working through some disk formats to see how that goes...
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Photo of a Honeywell u-COMP DDP-516 control console. The orange color scheme was used in the 1966~68 u-COMP models, see early advertisements. Many people know of the "kitchen computer", the 516 is the same thing, same instruction set as the DDP-316 (H316). If the 316 is the Kitchen Computer, the 516 is the "business" model. This console would sit on the operator's desk, or on top of the computer cabinet, which stood about 4 feet tall (need to check that). The operator would use the console buttons and switches as one would use a front panel. There is also a blue cover version of this consol...[ read more ]
The NextStation Color. Photo shows system while loading NextStep. Click image for larger view.
Pictured Next's Sound Box, an I/O port station. A separate box is necessary because the color workstation display does not have internal speakers like the monochrome display. The NS Color I/O cable attaches to the back of the computer on one end and on the other end the cable is s...[ read more ]
The Winnebego Handheld Programmable Code Scanner circa. 1998. Click image for larger view.
The Winnebego Handheld scanners were among the many other peripherals advertised in the back pages of mid-90's Byte and PC magazines.
I was reading the Sept 1995 Byte and I noticed a competitor's ad did not have an Internet address1. Turns out that very few Byte advertisers encourage their customers to "check out our web site" in September 1995, business had not yet adopted web pages.
I left Zeneca and started my web design company on October 9th 1995. It seemed at the time like there was a huge market for this thing called the web, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity fo...[ read more ]
Pictured here is a 1988 (?) Digital MicroVAX 3100 with Storage Expansion boxes. The model number of the 3100 is DV-31BT4-A-A01 which I believe makes it a 3100 model 30. The storage expansion boxes are basically external SCSI hard drives. Their model numbers are DV-31BT4-A-A01(middle) and SZ123-XA (bottom). Click image for larger view.
So far I have not done much other than boot the system from the console and run a SHOW DEV command to see what the VMS/VMB assignments are. The system is runnin...[ read more ]