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Rank Xerox - SA809 - Drive Exerciser - Instruction Manual

'VOLUME 6 SECTION 2 CHAPTER 2.4 PA6E 111

The SA809 exerciser is built on a PCB whose dimensions are 8" x 8". The exerciser PCB can be used in a stand alone mode or it can be built into a test station or used in a tester for fieldservice.

The exerciser is designed to enable the user to make all adjustments and check outs on the Shugart drives whenused with the SAl 20 alignment diskette for 800 and 900 Series, or the SA-24 alignment diskette on the SA400
minifloppy.'

34 pages.

Included in this documents are two copies of the same schematic diagram: one original, and one annotated by an unknown user.

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Reference Number :

Date Published : Unknown

Manufacturer : Rank Xerox

Format : PDF (34 pages)

 

 

 

 

 

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH40745. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

Rank Xerox - SA809 - Drive Exerciser - Instruction Manual

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