[vcf-midatlantic] Sperry/Univac Uniscope 100 Service Manual?

Jameel Akari jakari at bithose.com
Tue Oct 1 14:00:19 EDT 2019

I find the guts of this thing quite fascinating.  I think that top 
circuit board is a dual digital-to-analog converter, driving the yoke 

And that flex circuit for the yoke coils, I've never seen that before.  
Looks spendy.

Somehow I ended up with a bunch of those Electrocord, well, cords.  I 
still use them because they're 14-gauge beasts.

Very cool find!  I hope documentation surfaces.
Jameel Akari

On 2019-10-01 13:34, Bill Degnan via vcf-midatlantic wrote:
> Jeff - could this be a OEM Hazeltine?
> Bill
> On Tue, Oct 1, 2019 at 12:43 PM Jeff G via vcf-midatlantic <
> vcf-midatlantic at lists.vcfed.org> wrote:
>> Would anyone happen to have a service manual, schematic, or ANY 
>> technical
>> info on a Univac Uniscope 100 terminal? I acquired one a few days ago 
>> and
>> its dead. I did find that the Computer History Museum has the manual 
>> and
>> they are seeing if they can dig it up, but if I can get a full copy or 
>> if
>> someone has one locally that would be better.
>> If someone did have one I'd be glad to scan it if possible and make it
>> available. I also found some online posts where the original designer 
>> of
>> this posted up original drawings and talked about the thoughts behind 
>> the
>> design of it.
>> Some pics of it on my web site as I cleaned it up here:
>> https://www.junknet.net/2019/09/30/sperry-uniscope-100-terminal-acquired/
>> I also acquired some Sperry/Univac "Mapper" memorabilia at the same 
>> time,
>> that I'll be posting up on my web site too. (Known today as BIS from
>> Unisys)
>> Thanks,
>> Bags (aka Jeff G)

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