IBM 3101-12 ASCII terminal - need fuse holder
tothwolf at concentric.net
Fri Jan 29 01:39:58 CST 2016
On Thu, 28 Jan 2016, Ethan Dicks wrote:
> I was just gifted with an IBM 3101-12 ASCII terminal that happens to be
> missing the fuse and fuse holder. Unlike a lot of 1960s and 1970s gear,
> it's not round. It's square. Is this a standard IBM thing from the
> 70s/80s? Anyone know where I could get one? It seems to snap in and
> probably fell out at some point under its previous owner.
> Also, I found only a little info on it from Googling. Later IBM ASCII
> terminals emulated ANSI command or Wyse-50 or something. I couldn't
> find anything on the 3101. Is it a glass TTY or does it respond to any
> cursor positioning, etc. commands?
> Thanks for any tips and info. Worst case, I can bodge in a fuse on the
> inside, but if I can find a replacement holder, I'd like that more.
There aren't too many US made square panel mount fuse holders. It sounds
like it might be a Littelfuse 348 series.
Littelfuse 348007 (03480007) fuse holder cap, black
Littelfuse 348001 (03480001) fuse holder cap, red
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