My reply - Re: Kaypro 2000 Power supply
tonym at compusource.net
Sun Aug 31 17:52:49 CDT 2008
>From: FJGJR1 at aol.com
>Sent 8/31/2008 2:29:48 PM
>To: cctalk at classiccmp.org
>Subject: My reply - Re: Kaypro 2000 Power supply
>Check _www.vintage-computer.com_ (http://www.vintage-computer.com) and do a
>Also check their links, especially I think it is _www.bitsavers.org_
>(http://www.bitsavers.org) [com?] in Britain. They have free downloadable manuals
>for some Kaypros and other computers, which should give you the specs.
>"Sharkonwheels" posts on this site and he is big into a lot of Kaypros, but
>not the 2000 I think.
>You can also check my website for other contacts - _www.kayprosts.org_
>(http://www.kayprosts.org) . But I am more into the first Kaypros before 1984.
>Kaypro 2000 certainly was something for its time!
>In a message dated 8/29/2008 12:45:34 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
>christian_liendo at yahoo.com writes:
>Does anyone know the power supply requirements for a Kaypro 2000?
>I got my hands on one and while it's nice and heavy I would like to turn it
Unfortunately, I don't know if there's any info out there on the K2000.
last svc manual I have, is the 1484-F, which covers up the the Kaypro 16 and 286i
I'm sure SOMEONE on here has to have one, if not, as Frank suggested, check post a message on
vintage-computer.com/vcforum, and I;m pretty sure someone there has one.
My interest lies mostly in the CP/M variants, although I have a few K16's, and I *WOULD* like to
eventually find a K2000 - those were pretty unique machines!
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