20 mA current loop
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The CDC 92451 was introduced in February, 1976 at a price of $2,250. Local storage was available through a cassette interface. An expanded memory option was required for the 24 line display. The display logic for the terminal is housed in a collection of circuit cards plugged into a backplane interior to the main housing to the right of the CRT.
- ↑ "CDC Stand-Alone Display Has Detachable Solid-State Keyboard", Computerworld, February 2, 1976, pg. 17
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