You’ve got some nice Hp goodies.
Unfortunately I’m a bit far from salt lake
(I’m in the chicago area).
The 2100a is particularly interesting but it all looks cool!
On Sep 21, 2022, at 12:15 AM, Tim Riker via cctalk
I added some old videos to the Google Photos archive. Example:
I should make some higher res versions. :)
Full gallery link again:
> On 9/19/2022 7:14 PM, Tim Riker via cctalk wrote:
> I'm not getting around to working on this hardware. Another potential move coming
up. What's the interest level out there for HP 1000/2000 hardware?
> * HP-2116A 8kB - the original HP computer. There is only one other
> that I am aware of in existence. David Collins got theirs up and
> running. Mine still blows fuses on startup.
> * http://hpmuseum.net/display_item.php?hw=95
> * HP-2100A - untested
> * HP-2108 - working last I checked 64kB (I might keep this one)
> * HP-2112 - working last I checked 64kB
> * HP-7901A disc drive - untested (2.5mB)
> * HP-7900A disc drive - untested, with external power supply (5mB)
> * HP-7900A disc drive - untested, with external power supply
> * HP-2748B paper tape reader - spins up, does not seem to pass data
> * CCC tape punch - untested
> * HP-2761A Optical Mark Reader - punch card reader. loading wheel
> turned to goo long ago. probably restorable
> * card slot expansion chassis. I forget the part number.
> * dual 3 1/2" drive in hpio chassis might someday work with these systems
> * non-hp 19" rack holding most equipment
> * lot's of peripheral cards including interfaces for disc drives,
> punch, tape, card, etc.
> Photos on Google Photos. My Gallery App is down at the moment.
> I'd guess it's about 1500 pounds of hardware. So, pickup in Salt Lake only.