oddball (XT PC-era?) keyboard - "dejag" etc controls

Adrian Stoness tdk.knight at gmail.com
Wed May 6 21:36:10 CDT 2015

sounds like something from a hmi system of some sort

On Wed, May 6, 2015 at 5:53 PM, Jules Richardson <
jules.richardson99 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Rescued a keyboard from the dump earlier which is about the same
> style/size as an IBM model F, only a darker grey color (and not a buckling
> spring mech).
> Layout-wise, there are no F-keys at all, but keys on the numeric keypad
> are labeled things such as 'pan', 'curs', 'local', 'dejag', 'vern', and
> then there are eight status LEDs above the keyboard area (on-line, local,
> interp, busy, pan, cursor, dejag, 2nd).
> Does this critter sound familiar to anyone? I didn't see anything at the
> dump that it obviously belonged with, but I may return tomorrow and
> double-check, and knowing what I was looking for might be helpful. Of
> course it's possible that whatever it hooked up to is long-gone, or even
> had already been hauled off from the drop-off area for processing.
> cheers
> Jules

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