Terak 8510 keyboard
simski at dds.nl
Thu Feb 5 04:46:34 CST 2015
hey, that is good news!
seems it is quite easy to emulate with this info. maybe even to adapt in
software from another keyboard from the same timeframe.
On 04-02-15 19:10, John Foust wrote:
> At 04:05 AM 2/4/2015, Simon Claessen wrote:
>> we have a fine specimen with extra floppy drive in our collection, but we lack a keyboard and cables. what type of keyboard was used? I can imagine that a standard keyboard controller chip was used so maybe a hacked together setup can be produced to boot the thing (we have media)
> Google "terak.8532-2.keyboard.specs.pdf" and you'll find the specs
> in the Bitsavers archive. Eight bits parallel with strobe, in short.
> - John
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