hey, that is good news!
seems it is quite easy to emulate with this info. maybe even to adapt in
software from another keyboard from the same timeframe.
On 04-02-15 19:10, John Foust wrote:
At 04:05 AM 2/4/2015, Simon Claessen wrote:
we have a fine specimen with extra floppy drive
in our collection, but we lack a keyboard and cables. what type of keyboard was used? I
can imagine that a standard keyboard controller chip was used so maybe a hacked together
setup can be produced to boot the thing (we have media)
Google "terak.8532-2.keyboard.specs.pdf" and you'll find the specs
in the Bitsavers archive. Eight bits parallel with strobe, in short.
Met vriendelijke Groet,