Perkin-Elmer Bantam 550

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The Perkin-Elmer Bantam 550 terminal was introduced in October, 1978 at a price of $966.<ref>[http://books.google.com/books?id=L7fv8Ls0pMAC&lpg=PA35&pg=PA35 "Decoding, CRT Control Logic Combined in Terminal's Chip"], Computerworld, October 23, 1978, pg. 35</ref>
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| manufacturer = Perkin-Elmer
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| model = Bantam 550
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| intro_month = October
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| intro_year = 1978
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| intro_price = $966
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| char_resolutino = 80x24
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| char_matrix = 7x10
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| interface = RS-232C
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| interface2 = 20 mA current loop
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| baud_rates = 110-9600
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}}
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The {{PAGENAME}} terminal was introduced in October, 1978 at a price of $966.{{Computerworld
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| id=L7fv8Ls0pMAC
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| pg=35
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| title="Decoding, CRT Control Logic Combined in Terminal's Chip"
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| date=October 23, 1978
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Features:
 
Features:
* 80x24 character resolution
 
* 7x10 dot matrix character cell
 
* asynchronous RS-232C interface
 
* 110-9600 baud rate
 
 
* options:
 
* options:
** full overstrike APl model
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** full overstrike APL model
 
** foreign language character sets
 
** foreign language character sets
 
** current loop interface
 
** current loop interface

Revision as of 19:19, 8 April 2012

Perkin-Elmer Bantam 550
Manufacturer Perkin-Elmer
Model Bantam 550
Lifetime
Introduced October, 1978
Introductory Price $966
Communication
Interfaces RS-232C,
20 mA current loop
Baud Rates 110-9600
Character Modes
Matrix 7x10

The Perkin-Elmer Bantam 550 terminal was introduced in October, 1978 at a price of $966.[1]

Features:

References

  1. "Decoding, CRT Control Logic Combined in Terminal's Chip", Computerworld, October 23, 1978, pg. 35
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