|Product Number: 2932A|
|Ad: Click to see|
|Original Price: $2495|
|Catalog Reference: 1984, page 623|
|Donated by: Australian Computer Museum Society|
The 2932A was a dot matrix printer with a print speed of 200 characters per second. Characters were printed in a 9 x 12 dot cell matrix and graphics were printer at 90 dots per inch. The 2932A came standard with an RS-232-C interface; HP-IB and Centronics interfaces were optional.
The 2933A was designed for factory printing. It was mechanically the same as the 2932A but also featured bar code printing, large character generation and long distance interfacing. The 2933A was obsoleted in January of 1985. The 2934A had all the features of the 2933A and was continued.
The 2930 family of printers replaced the long-serving 2631X printers.
The 293X printers are still very reliable. The museum has four units, and they all work.^ TOP
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