Conrac 480/25

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Conrac 480/25
Conrac 480 25.jpg
Manufacturer Conrac
Model 480/25
Lifetime
Introduced May, 1975
Communication
Interface RS-232C
Baud Rates 9600
Character Modes
Resolutions 80x25, 80x12
Matrix 5x7

The Conrac 480/25 terminal was introduced in May, 1975.[1][2] The terminal is based around a microprocessor that can be reprogrammed through PROM. It operates up to 9600 baud standard, but higher operating speeds are available as options. Another option allows it to support up to 4 peripheral devices, including floppy disks or printers.

Manx

References

  1. "Conrac Readies First in Line With Microprocessors", Computerworld, May 14, 1975, pg. 56
  2. Duane E. Sharp (1977). Handbook of Interactive Computer Terminals. p. 116. http://archive.org/details/handbookofintera00duan. 
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