leads for DEC logic lab
vrs at msn.com
Thu Sep 8 18:23:57 CDT 2005
From: "Jack Rubin" <jack.rubin at ameritech.net>
> Here's a look at the leads for the logic lab:
> They are basically mini-banana plugs. Note that they are stackable and
> a "dec" logo molded on the side. Actual size of the plug is about 7/8"
> top to tip; the plastic part is 1/2".
Those will work, but I think those are the leads for an H901 based
Logic Lab, as opposed to the (non-stackable) leads for an H500
Computer Lab. (The patch-cords you have pictured look like H911
The brass rivets/grommets/jacks are the same size, so either type
of lead will work fine in either lab. Stackable mini-banana plug
patch-cords are still made, and work OK in either.
What I did was buy a set of mini-banana to regular-banana adaptors,
which I got a good deal on, and a bunch of stackable regular-banana
patch-cords, which were also inexpensive. I'd love to have something
closer to the original patch-cords, though :-).
> If anyone has a spare manual, I'll trade a handful of leads for it!
> Otherwise, I'm in line with everyone else hoping for a good scan.
I'd also love to get a copy of the "Digital Logic Laboratory Workbook",
(for the H901 based lab) :-). I have an order form for it, but I don't
think it would work if I sent it in. Even if I checked "Please have a
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