DEC LA36

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DEC LA36
DEC LA36 171032384615-1.jpg
Manufacturer DEC
Model LA36
Lifetime
Introduced August, 1975
Communication
Interfaces RS-232C,
20 mA current loop
Baud Rates 100, 150, 300
Character Modes
Matrix 7x7
Firmware
CPU discrete logic

The DEC LA36 DECwriter II terminal was introduced in August, 1975.[1][2] The LA35 was a receive only variant with no keyboard.

Line length:

Compatible ribbons can be purchased from Office Depot.

The Selanar Graphics II was an upgrade board that increased printing speed and added graphics to an LA35 or LA36.

Options

Part Number Option Name
LAXX-KJ Compressed Font Option Kit
LAXX-KV Forms Control Option Kit
LAXX-KW Selective Addressing Option
LAXX-KX Automatic Answerback Option
LAXX-KX Numeric Keypad Option
LAXX-KY Forms Control, Vertical Tabulation and Horizontal Tabulation Option
LAXX-LA Automatic Line Feed Option
LAXX-LB Expander Option Mounting Kit
LAXX-LG EIA Interface Option Kit
LAXX-LK 20 mA Interface Cable Option Kits
LAXX-LM Acoustic Coupler Option Kit
LAXX-PK APL Option Kit

Manx

Images

References

  1. "Digital Equipment Corporation, 1957 to the Present". 1978. http://bitsavers.org/pdf/dec/_Books/DEC_1957_To_The_Present_1978.pdf. Retrieved January 16, 2018. 
  2. Duane E. Sharp (1977). Handbook of Interactive Computer Terminals. p. 82. http://archive.org/details/handbookofintera00duan. 
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