From: Ethan Dicks <ethan_dicks(a)yahoo.com>
--- Bill Gunshannon <bill(a)cs.scranton.edu> wrote:
Your thinking of the Heath H11 which was in fact an
LSI-11/02. But it had
It shipped as an LSI-11/03 CPU and heath made memory and IO.
My H-11 came with a KDF-11 CPU (11/23), but I don't know if it was shipped
that way or if my boss (who bought it new) upgraded it himself.
Yep, never shipped with 11/23 (KDF-11A). It was discontinued
by then if anything.
I have a couple of the Heath serial cards (one unsoldered!), the H-27
disk controller, the 8" floppies and a pile of misc DEC cards (memory,
BDV-11 boot card, etc).
The heath seriial card was a fairly flexible card copared to the usual DEC DL-11.
to debug the H-27 (he never used it). Except for the monsterous holes he blew in the side
to mount additional fans, and the holes in the front he added for external console baud
rate switches, it resembles its original
form once again.
The fans and switches were a common mod and handy too.
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