[vcf-midatlantic] Univac, our first real work!

Duane DBC1964 at cox.net
Thu Jun 16 20:23:09 EDT 2016

The 1219 uses the same 15 pin cards as the CP-642 NTDS computer.

These same cards used in the 1532 I/O console (OA-9784 or Mk. 77 
Input-Output console)

Which I scanned and uploaded to Bitsaver : 

My scan of the student study guide for the 1219 Not 1219B  is Here : 

I think that the only difference is in the memory section. The 1219B memory 
has 10 pin UNIVAC custom DTL nand flatpack chips on 56 pin circuit cards.

I always thought of it as a 2.5 generation computer.

The original Manuals are at VCF

More info on Univac 18 bit hardware Here:  http://vipclubmn.org/cp18bit.html

Link to my Univac Computer Yahoo! Group : 

I have posted my 1219/1532 emulator,  assembler  and instructions to the 


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Wikipedia is correct. Ours is a transitor Univac from the Sperry-Rand era. 

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