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Here we have ANSI American National Standards, ANSI for electron tubes
and related items.
1. C60.1-1964 (UDC 621.385.1; 621.3.032), EIA RS-209-A. Dimensional
Characteristics of Electron Tubes, Bases, Caps, and Terminals
(including Gauges). 3 sections: 51, 112 and 48 pages. **Cover edges
are worn on this one.
2. C60.6-1959 (UDC 621.3.032.2:621.317.335) EIA RS-191-A. Direct
Interelectrode Capacitances, 16 pages.
3. C60.8-1963 (UDC 621.3.032.2:621.3.011.4) EIA RS-263. Interelement
Capacitance for Electron Tubes. 2 page.
4. C60.9-1964 (UDC 621.385.13.001.3) 62 IRE 7.52. Definitions of Terms
for Electron Tubes, 8 pages.
5. C60.4-1950 (UDS 003.62:621.3.032.71) JETEC JO-C3, Designation
System for Metal Electron Tub Shells, 2 page.
***NOTE: These are currently in a ANSI binder - please advise if
binder is NOT desired so we can adjust the shipping rate.
Previously a library copy.
Lightly read, virtually no page creasing, no rips or tears found.
Jacket/cover has light edge and corner wear.
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in order to get another impression of what it means to build a machine room, have a look
at Bernd Ulmann's website: www.vaxman.de
In the menum, click on museum, then on machine room (it's a link within the text).
He writes alot about all the problems he got confrontated with while building and renovating
his machine room. It's very interesting!
> OK, I know some of you have done this -- Henk with his brick PDP machine
> room in the Netherlands, at least!
> Looking more closely into the power and other environmental
> requirements for my Onyx2 and other rack SGI systems, it seems prudent
> that I shouldn't attempt having these systems up and running without
> the appropriate environment.
> Fortunately the electrical isn't too bad -- 220 VAC, single phase.
> Its more the cooling and ducting part that has me wondering. At the
> moment, I'm not concerned with creating a building. I'm wondering
> more about what would it take to build a "machine room" inside an
> existing structure. Naturally, we're talking about building this on a
> "collector" budget and not what you would do if money were no object.
> Assume you have something like a warehouse with a concrete floor but
> no warehouse-wide cooling situation. Is it feasible to build a small
> climate controlled room inside this larger structure? Where do you
> get the necessary A/C equipment for such a thing?
> "The Direct3D Graphics Pipeline" -- DirectX 9 draft available for download
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Is there anyone who can help me? I am needing an 8" boot disc of
suitable software, to breathe life into my 16B monster! I can't
believe there is no 8" disk's available? I have made a
suitable cable to connect a 5,25 drive, so any suitable software will
do, please contact me if you think you can help. regards paul
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I think the Blakes 7 computer may have been called ZEN.
ORAC on Blakes 7 was a device that could predict the future.
From: cctech-bounces at classiccmp.org
[mailto:cctech-bounces at classiccmp.org] On Behalf Of Fred Cisin
Sent: 03 September 2007 05:35
To: General Discussion: On-Topic and Off-Topic Posts
Subject: Re: British Computers.
> I'm 99% sure that Tangering = Oric. ISTR that they changed their name
> from Tangerine to Oric when they launched the Oric 1?
. . . but does it have the true personality of the Oric computer on
I've got a H771-A (120V/60Hz) that's acting up on me. Part
of an old PDP-11/03 that I'm trying to get back on its feet.
As I've done with 4 or 5 other RX units in the past couple
of years, after cleaning it up and reforming the capacitors,
but before plugging everything together, I wanted to check
output voltages. I'm sure glad I did because this guy is
Where you usually see 24V, I'm getting 42V! And the so-
called 'Raw DC' which is normally around 10V is 17V. At
least the +/-5V lines are more or less correct at +5.1V and
I need some help here. I've checked the printset on this,
and frankly, this analog stuff is so much voodoo (to me).
I get lost pretty quickly unless the circuit is simple,
say, like a flashlight. Anyway, I've checked a number of
voltages and voltage drops at various places that I
thought might lead me to something, but I can't say that
I'm any wiser now. I'm sure this is fixable, even by me,
IF I can locate out the faulty component(s).
Hints or guidance on what else I should look at would
surely be appreciated!
 Here are voltage readings taken at a few locations:
- Transformer outputs (these look normal):
- PCB connector P1:
2 (blu): -5.3v
3 (blk): 0v
4 (gry/red): 5.1v
5 (blk): 0v
6 (red): 42v (should be 24v!!!)
- PCB connector P2:
1 (org): 17v (should be 9.5v!!!)
3 (blk): 0v
4 (gry/red): 5.1v
5 (blk): 0v
- Voltage drop across:
D5 15v Zener: 17v
D11 6.8v Zener: 7v
as most of us know, the IBM PC and PC/AT (I think)
have extra rom sockets. If you want to obtain a dump
of an eprom, could you simply plug them into these
spare sockets and use Debug or whatever to capture an
image? Seems straitforward enough, but I figured it
wouldn't hurt to ask...
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If you get this please try to send me a message on my website:
I can't seem to send you e-mail!
> From: chrism3667 at yahoo.com> > AND NO PAYMENTS NECESSARY UNTIL 2008! WOOHOO!> > http://cgi.ebay.com/VINTAGE-CANON-CAT-WORK-PROCESSOR-Jef-Raskin_W0QQitemZ11…> > I might be selling mine soon. Need a house. Tired of> sleeping in the car LOL LOL LOL.>
You might want to hold off for a while. I suspect that the market is
reaching saturation. There just aren't that many that are expecting
to pay $600+ for a Cat.
For those that are interested in hacking the Cat or writing another
printer driver as I've done, look at the Cat info on the DigiBarn
web page. I've been doing other hacking since then for anyone
that is interested. I've found the video RAM and I'm thinking of creating
some graphics functions. Right now I just have a simple XOR to
each bit but I realize that a line drawing routine would be good as
If someone on this group wants to talk offline about the Cat,
let me know. It is a remarkable computer.
See what you?re getting into?before you go there
I have the opportunity to travel to Gent, Belgium, in about a month,
and with all the recent talk of British computers, I wanted to ask the
list if anyone knows if there were ever any Belgian-made computers.
I'm mostly interested in 1980s micros, but any sort of machines would