would like to find blue dg et head looking terminal to go with small ecli...
cube1 at charter.net
Tue Sep 22 13:49:38 CDT 2015
The one with the head in a yoke in my case is a 6053 aka Dasher D2. I
have two of them. Last I knew, both work, aside from one key from the
one nicely wrapped up and sitting in my garage.
Looks like these: http://www.museumwaalsdorp.nl/computer/images/GRP.jpg
from Jay West's post.
We could talk. Contact me off list.
I really gotta put up more pictures. ;)
On 9/22/2015 12:24 PM, COURYHOUSE at aol.com wrote:
> yes ET! the one in the with the head in the yoke although anything
> blue and pretty would be better than nothing! Our Eclipse is not as
> grand as some photos ,,, and the tape drive is a small side by side
> reel unit that fits in the single rack here is a photo of ours....
> had it for years need manuals etc and maybe some sales lit. or
> scans of advertising material to display with it... but yea... it
> cries out to have a terminal with it!
> In a message dated 9/22/2015 9:08:14 A.M. US Mountain Standard Time,
> jwest at classiccmp.org writes:
> Jay Jaeger wrote...
> ??? What do you mean by "blue dg et head looking terminal" ???
> I'd bet that he's referring to the Data General Dasher D200 terminal.
> I have one:
> But perhaps a better picture:
> The D200 isn't always on ebay, but usually they show up mildly frequently
> there and seem to go around $200 to $250.
> There was another common terminal on eclipse systems. I'm not sure if it
> in the Dasher series, but I believe it was called a "5821". I have one of
> these as well.
> Lastly, a common combination system console (terminal)/printer that is VERY
> cool looking was the Dasher TP1 and TP2. Mine is a TP1.
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