We were surprised to find an old-fashioned (well, not old-fashioned for 1966) phone dial in the bottom right corner of each patchboard. We are not sure how that was used to enter data. See the "Images" section for closeups of the phone dials.
Strangely, some of the units have bottom plates, and some do not. The ones that do not have bottom plates we assume never did, because there are no screw holes to adhere them.
Another unusual feature is the size of the patchcord inputs. They are not the standard "banana plugs" of the era but are much smaller. Unfortunately, no patchcords came with this computer.
We are not sure when this computer was originally manufactured. We believe it to be in the mid-1960's. If you have any information on this computer, please contact us.
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