Model 10VGM500 Video Graphics Card
Model 10VFO132 Formatted Output Card
This card provides a special RS232 printer interface port for instant hard-copy reproduction of the video page format currently on display or of any video page currently in EEPROM storage (including the system's standard "page directory"). It can also transmit to a printer, in sequence, all existing video page formats within a specified "page-number" range.
Model 10BVT60 Video Text Editor Card
is the main processor for managing the video display and video elements of the System 10 “B” mainframe. The 10BVT60 contains all of the page and video control memory for the System and will interface with optional “V” boards like the 10VFO132 printer interface card and 10VGM500 video graphic bar graph card to provide the VGA digital interface to an internal or external monitor through the 10BVS98 Video Signal Card.
Model 10BVS98 Video Signal Processor Card
Model 10BSPC384 History Memory Card - SPC enabled
The principal function of this System 10 “B” card is to perform statistical analysis of "historical" data recorded by the system's Model 10BDR64 History Card. However, it also provides the function of a Model 10BDHM384 High Density History Memory Option Card, described below. Installation of the 10BSPC384 requires a special "history backplane" within the mainframe.
Model 10BIP232 Interface Processor Card
Model 10BHDM384 Expanded Hisotry Memory Card
allows a total system volatile "history" memory of 416K readings or a total nonvolatile (battery-backed) "history" memory of 384K readings. Note that a complete set of data records will typically take more than one "reading," depending on the number of channels and bit groups in the set and also the inclusion of system DATE in the output. Installation of the 10BHDM384 requires a special "history backplane" within the mainframe.
Model 10BDR64 History Memory Card
The purpose of this unique microprocessor-based card is to make, store, and selectively output digital recordings of numerical and logic data acquired by a System 10 "B-sized" mainframe.
The History Card is extremely useful when you need sequential recording of one or more data sets at a rate too fast for a computer or other data-receiving device, or the accumulation of data which is collected at a rate too slow to warrant tying up valuable computer time for its communication.
Model 10BDHM "B" Health Monitor Card
is a "B-sized" companion card to the Model 10AHM Health Monitor Card. When connected to the 10AHM via a special cable, it can be used to monitor B-Deck voltage supplies, plus critical software handshake lines and other dynamic signals.
The following table describes the 13 diagnostic "subchannels" furnished by the 10BDHM. Like the 10AHM-sourced subchannels, they can be scaled and filtered like any analog data channel, and can be continuously and automatically monitored for conformance to specific limit values.
Model 10BD4 Satellite Host Card
When equipped with a Model 10BD4, any System 10 "B-sized" mainframe can become a central "host" unit for a network consisting of one or more Daytronic System 10 "satellite" units. Any of three basic types of instruments may
function as a System 10 SATELLITE:
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