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Digital Equipment Corporation Precision CRT Display Type 30 Brochure

The DEC precision CRT Display Type 30 is a 16-inch random-position, point-plotting cathode ray tube which permits rapid conversion of digital computer data into graphic and tabular form. A self-contained unit with built in control and power supplies, the Type 30 requires only logic level inputs for operation and thus may be easily connected to any digital system

Date : 1964

Creator : Digital Equipment Corporation

Format : A4 Brochure

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH3798. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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