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TEC 1445
Manufacturer TEC
Model 1445
Lifetime
Introduced June, 1976
Introductory Price $1,495
Communication
Interfaces RS-232C,
20 mA current loop,
60 mA current loop,
TTL
Baud Rates 50-9600
Display
Size 12-inch
Phosphors P4 white, P31 green
Character Modes
Resolutions 80x24, 40x24
Attributes Normal
Matrix 5x7

The TEC 1445 terminal was introduced in June, 1976 at a price of $1,495.[1]

Features:

  • half or full duplex
  • options:
    • lower case for full 128 ASCII character set
    • 40x24 character display
    • extended keyboard with ANSI 11-key numeric pad

References

  1. "Datapoint Printer Among Products Debuting at NCC", Computerworld, June 21, 1976, pg. 22