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|This is an Intel print server with two parallel ports
and one serial port, power supply, etc. It works, I've been using it
and changed to a USB attached print server because I don't use two
printers any more. It accepts both RJ-45 and Coax Ethernet. Drivers
and manuals are available from Intel, the paper shown is a printout of
the configuration information. Very nice device if you have several
computers and you don't want to attach a nice printer to each one. I
was using it with Windows XP with no problem, also used it with Win
2000 and Win 95/98 and Linux.
|pile of 1.2 meg floppy disks (about 130 of them) about half are shrink wrapped "surplus" $15|
|DSL line filte rs, 2-wire brand $3 ea||10
foot cable for SCSI II system, MD50M male connector (AMP brand) on
each end, high quality shielded cable by Madison Cable Co, UL markings
LaserJet IIIp parts
- this printer died when several capacitors on the power supply leaked - all these parts are undamaged, printer was working fine until power supply died. unless stated otherwise $10 each for these items, all the HP LaserJet IIIp parts for $30
|RH6-3108 serial/parallel interface
board bar code is *B01SS4D4S1057A01* borad
also says 3481-900004, has serial and parallel ports
||33474-60004 -1MB Memory Expansion Board (2 Boards can be Used) Bar code label says MEA140238781 Copyright HP 1989 - this is a genuine HP board|
|HP LaserJet 3P IIIp controller Board 33481-60001
Bar code label says EA09101X2E6 Copyright HP 1989
|various other HP laserjet III parts, as shown, control
panel, contrast control assembly, laser assembly, processor/servo
board, high voltage and laser board
|I replaced this a year or two ago
when the original one failed . Circuit board says ELDE 1294V-0
RG1-1960 BA44-00100. a paper label on the other side says
6 09 00
Amber composite video monitor $15
ThinNet Ethernet AUIs, LANTRONIX LTX-2 $5 each, have about 20, discount if you buy several - all of them for $25
Four ribbons, new, unopened for the EPSON MX/FX/RX 100 series printers. These ribbons have sat around on a garage for a number of years, they look ok and the packages are unopened, but (obviously) I have not tested them, so they are AS IS. $5 each, all for $15
Monochrome graphics adapter $6
CGA adapter $6
HP Vectra keyboard cable - has round DIN connector on one end, square phone style connector on the other $2
360K half height disk drives $8 each, as is – I think they all worked at one time, but I haven’t tested them in a long time, most (if not all) are marked "OK" with the date I tested them.
mono monitor (IBM) $35, non-IBM brand, $15
Parallel printer cable, new, 10 ft, DB 25 on one end, Centronics type connector on the other end, new in package, $5
Parallel printer cables with Centronics connector on both ends - have three of these, typically used with an A/B switch box $5 feach, $10 for all
Power supply (for Pentium, Pentium II, etc) 235 watt, Sparkel Power no SPI 235HA - works $10
$35 (I have some others too, ask) (can't find this one right now)
|This is a very nice keyboard that will (via dip
switches) support both the PC-XT and the PC-AT type computers.
It has the larger size keyboard connector, it has a built in
calculator (solar powered) that shares the numeric keypad, and it
has a very nice "click" feel to it. It has 12 function
keys, and lights for caps lock, num lock, scroll lock and calcu.lock
- it was made by DATADESK, FK-3001.
The date code on the chips inside is 1989. The DIP switches are currently set for Enhances AT, PS/2, other choices are PC/XT, Enhanced XT, PC/AT. To get at the DIP switches, you lift up the DATADESK logo and there is a small opening there to reach through. This keybard is missing one fold down foot - I never fold those feet down, so it wouldn't bother me, but you should know this. Calculator works properly too. There is some yellowing of the plastic, it is not severe and it is very uniform - see picture - keyboard is quite clean too, for its age.
|Pentium motherboard with memory, works, $10 OBO|
|Creative Sound card Model CT160, designed to support DVD playback, $15 OBO (see video card below)|
|S-3VGA card, works, can be used with above special
sound card for DVD playback on an older computer
|Analog EDGE joystick, made by SUNCOM. Has three
fire control buttons, pitch and roll trim sliders, and a fire button
control selector switch on the bottom. Works with PC joystick port.
I used to repair these things, I have a small box of them left over and I am cleaning out - this one is marked "OK", so I am sure I tested it and it was working - I have not retested it, so it is AS IS. I have no reason to believe that it has stopped working or been improperly stored.
If you have an older PC (for example an old XT or 386/386) that you would like to use for games, this joystick would be a useful addition.
I have only one left, $5
|Gravis Advanced Analog Joystick, complete, in box,
with all relevant paperwork - Box is dated 1991, and it says Made in
Canada (not China - what a surprise!)
|Joystick||Box||5.25 diskette with software||paper to order a 3.5 inch disk with the software (for $5)||brochure on Gravis Eliminator Game Card||User's guide for the joystick|
This would be great for your vintage computer collection, or to connect to an old XT and play those games that won't run on your new computer. For IBM and Compatibles, it says on the box
I got this a long time ago, probably from the Egghead surplus store (anyone remember Egghead software?) I may or may not have used it much, but it looks great - I don't have anything handy to hook it to, so is untested, but I have no reason to believe there is any problem.
|video cable $5|
IBM terminal, 3180 terminal, coax connector (bysynch) with keyboard and even the key to lock/unlock it <CLICK HERE for image> $45
|Amber composite video monitors $15 (various brands)|
Fluke 6.5ft GPIB IEEE-488 cable
|Stamped Y8002, Fluke IEEE 488 cable, I measured it at a bit over 6.5 feet long, looks OK, I haven't tested it - one of the attachment screw thingies has no threads.|
· 5.25 disk drive with controller $35 for both, $20 for either one – this was my main test setup when I used to repair Apple IIs
last updated 12/30/2011