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Latest revision as of 18:08, 6 July 2022

M930 terminator card

The M930 UNIBUS terminator is a terminator for the UNIBUS; it provides the first two functions of a UNIBUS terminator (termination and pullups). The M930 is a dual format card, intended for use in the two top (AB) sections of a MUD slot, or in a UNIBUS in/out slot.

The originals used individual resistors (as shown to the right); later ones used resistor networks in DIP packages.

See also

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