Recovery adventure - Re: Unidentified DEC gear available, NSW-AU
mattislind at gmail.com
Thu Mar 3 03:27:54 CST 2016
2016-03-03 9:36 GMT+01:00 Mattis Lind <mattislind at gmail.com>:
>> Finally I removed the Foxboro paper tape reader. The tape holders each
>> side slide up to reveal the rack mounting
>> screws. Onto the ute it went.
>> There were some other racks of gear, but all custom idustrial control
>> equipment. One rack had a DEC A-D Converter
>> in it with some serious cables connected to some backplanes of the
>> smaller Flip Chip modules. I grabbed the A-D
>> and Flip Chips.
> What is in picture 18? There is something very familiar with it. To me it
> looks like the backplane of a PDP-9. The core memory stack in the top.
> Compare with the RICM PDP-9:
> I would be very interesting to see more pictures of the cabinet in picture
> I also would guess that the the cabinet with the A/D converter (AF01A) in
> the top also hold a D/A converter (AA01A). It looks very much similar to
> the one we have with our PDP-9.
> (the cabinet next to the RK07)
Just checked the list of 18 bits installations that Bob Supnik made
There is a PDP-9, s/n 209 delivered to Australia Iron & Steel.
It had a AF01B (A/D converter) s/n 195 and a AA05B (I am not sure how it
differs from AA01) s/n 101. It is also supposed have an extra memory
cabinet since it had two memory stacks.
There are also two items which I would guess is non standard options: "76
05404" and "76 05426".
Check the AF01 you got is matching the serial number.
It was delivered in 1969.
There are a few flexiprint cables dangling in the foreground. I think those
are the ones that are supposed to connect with the front panel. So someone
has probably taken the frontpanel. Maybe that is way it is not recognised
as a PDP-9.
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