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Xerox - 820-II Processor PWB - Technical Guide - May 1984

This Technical Guide for the 820-II Information Processor was intended for in-house engineers in Xerox's Service Centres.  It was published in May 1984.

From the preface:

'This guide on the 820-II Processor PWB...is intended to assist the ASD Engineers in increasing their understanding of the 820-II Processor.  In acheiving this objective, it is anticipated that the repair of defective Processor PWA will be economically viable with the minimum of specialised test equipment.  The guide assumes a prior understanding of Solid State Electronics and Fault Analysis techniques.'

23 pages.

This document is kept in hard copy at the Centre and is available here for download.


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Date Published : May 1984

Manufacturer : Xerox

Platform : 820-II Processor

Format : A4 / PDF

 

 

 

 

 

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH41222. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

Xerox - 820-II Processor PWB - Technical Guide - May 1984

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