CiTOH terminals (was Re: old friend is slimming down the warehouse)
ethan.dicks at gmail.com
Mon Jun 27 09:55:50 CDT 2016
On Fri, Jun 24, 2016 at 11:06 PM, Pete Lancashire
<pete at petelancashire.com> wrote:
> Rather have a C Itoh CT-101e ..
I can probably help with that. I'm in Ohio and I get out to Chicago
and NJ a couple of times a year. I have a cabinet of CiTOH terminals
I bought from my employer "some years ago". ;-) We used an
assortment of DEC VT10x, VT220, CiTOH 101 and CiTOH 101e terminals.
ISTR the CiTOHs were as much as $800 cheaper than DEC terminals at the
time. They were robust and at one point, I pulled out of the manuals
the magic escape sequence to "switch sessions" and use the local
printer port as a second comms line (we just had to bang out a custom
DB25 adapter since the entire company was standardized on Nevada
Western 6p6c modular serial and we didn't have a box of the right
adapters for the printer port). It was awesome having two live lines
in front of our usual switchbox setup for connecting to multiple
> ... knew one of the developers
> F/W was done in the US I can no longer remember the key combination but the
> terminal would let you know who did it
That would be fun to look up.
> Anyone wants to gain a cubic foot or two let me know
You got it!
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