Re: [midatlanticretro] Re: Hazletine 1510
- On 10/30/2012 11:29 PM, dfnr2 wrote:
> I recently picked up a Hazeltine 1500 which was built from a kit. I believe IDo you have those schematics in an electronic format?
> have the schematics for that terminal as well. I will check next time I go to
> storage. The 1500 is somewhere in the queue for restoration.
> Is the 1510 the same hardware as the 1500, but with different firmware? If so,It's different hardware. The keyboard is different (and the keyboard
> it would be nice to get a copy of the 1510 firmware, just to try it out.
is an integral part of the board) and I'm pretty sure there are more dip
> The Hazeltine 1500 is dear to my heart as well. It was the first terminal I gotNice!!
> to work on after only knowing punch-cards and ASR-33 teletypes at Memphis State
> back in the 70's. They were hooked up to a Xerox Sigma-9. I also remember
> playing Dave Platt's 550-point adventure on these terminals for many, many
> So these terminals are imprinted as prototypical terminals in my mind.Same here. :-)
> BTW, I would LOVE to find a working Hazeltine 2000, if any still exist. I sayDifficult, but not impossible! (I've done component-level repair on
> working, since I believe that these had core memory in them, and would be
> difficult to authentically repair.
core memory systems...not in the mat, though!)
Dave McGuire, AK4HZ
New Kensington, PA