Argus Peripheral

The following is a list of Argus Peripheral in the Centre for Computing History collection. It is not an exhaustive list of and other peripherals may have been produced. If you have any hardware that you would like to donate to our collection, please view our donations page.

There are 7 Argus Peripheral in our collection :
Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher
Bigger & Johnson Tape Reader Date: 1967 Bigger & Johnson Tape Reader

Identical in function to the ICL Tape Reader

Manufacturer : Bigger & Johnson

Data Dynamics 390 Teletype Date: 1986 Data Dynamics 390 Teletype

This unit was mounted on the Ferranti Argus 700 Desk Unit It is basically a Teletype model 33 chassis in a larger enclosure with built in power supplies, paper tape punch and a paper tape reader

Manufacturer : Ferranti

Ferranti Facit Paper Tape Drive Unit Date: 1986 Ferranti Facit Paper Tape Drive Unit

Facit model 4010 Production number 92801601 This exhbit was purchased from the MOD with the generous support of followers and friends on Twitter and FaceBook

Manufacturer : Ferranti

Ferranti Facit Rewinder, Reproducer Date: Ferranti Facit Rewinder, Reproducer

Ref: 7440-99-522-4870Facit type 4017S/N A83 FAH 0270 Manufactured by Electrobase Ltd This exhibit was purchased from the MOD with the generous support of followers and friends on Twitter and FaceBoo ...

Manufacturer : Ferranti

Ferranti ICL Paper Tape Reader 1016-9 Date: 1967 Ferranti ICL Paper Tape Reader 1016-9

This unit was mounted on a punch unit ICL 1016-9 S

Manufacturer : ICL

Ferranti Paper Tape Reader Date: 1975 Ferranti Paper Tape Reader

This Ferranti paper tape reader is a re-badged Trend UDR 700 paper tape reader

Manufacturer : Trend

Ferranti Recorder-Reproducer Date: 1986 Ferranti Recorder-Reproducer

Rebadged Racal Recorders Digi Deck P

Manufacturer : Racal Recorders

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