robert.jarratt at ntlworld.com
Mon Mar 30 11:42:10 CDT 2015
Just out of interest, did you hear where it is in the UK?
On 30 March 2015 at 13:53, Jay West <jwest at classiccmp.org> wrote:
> FYI - I forgot to post; this deal has been claimed; it was passed on to the
> first person that replied off-list. Hopefully that person can consummate
> deal and will post back to the list to let us know the real scoop on what
> the guy has.
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> From: cctalk [mailto:cctalk-bounces at classiccmp.org] On Behalf Of Rod
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> Subject: Re: Equipment Available
> I don't think anybody who had worked for DEC would confuse an 11/23 with a
> The reference to RX01's also seems a little odd.
> Testing silicon could be a reference to IC's or the large crystals drawn
> from the melt.
> As to being used in house in the UK. Both plants (Ayr and Galway) were F,A
> and T plants Boards and enclosures came in already built and tested.
> They would plug the systems together to suit the customers configureation.
> If a board failed it would be sent to Hoofdorf in Holland where they had a
> board level repair facility.
> This was mainly for field service swop outs but they did handle F,A and T
> On 26/03/2015 00:46, Mouse wrote:
> >> Yes, I am not quite sure what this machine is either. [...]
> > I offer for your collective consideration my guess that it's a case of
> > someone mistaking the label on a panel for the device inside, and the
> > system, whatever it is, has acquired mixed labeling.
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