I was going to grab that but I've tested my wife's patience enough this month, between the Mark-8 boards and this teletype I have. I would like to one day have a good example of a 1973 or earlier glass terminal just to show people the alternative to the TVT I'm building.
-----Original Message----- From: cctalk [mailto:cctalk-boun...@classiccmp.org] On Behalf Of jim stephens Sent: Sunday, October 16, 2016 8:52 PM To: General Discussion: On-Topic and Off-Topic Posts <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: One last epay for the day, TEC terminal Since some need to possibly use current loop, I was searching and thought it useful to bring this to people's attention. The TEC is also one of the terminals in the video I posted a few days ago related to "Jobs" if you care to look. I've used these and at the time the only problem I had was dropping them on your foot, they are not light. the vendor says that Bitsavers has the manual, which may make this a bit attractive as well, saving looking all over the place for documentation. The screen doesn't look great, but might be usable w/o a huge amount of work. Another thing that ones here may be able to use is that it has the video output option installed, so one could drive a modern monitor, or presentation projector in a display situation with this one. I think the ones we had were a bit fancier, and had a block of indicators on one side or the other that you could blink, this one does not. 1972-TEC-440-Serial-Terminal-/ http://www.ebay.com/itm/262674442502 no affiliation, just wish I had room for it, hope someone can use it. i'll throttle myself for a few days unless I see a random 360/50 or so for sale so I am not bothering those who don't like these. Apologies in advance. thanks Jim