Legler Systems is located in the San Francisco Bay Area, California.
a. IBM Series/1 Digest (G360-0061). The 1983 Version 8 softcover Series/1 publication (8 1/2 x 11") describes the various hardware (includes the 4955 Processor) and software components of the IBM Series/1 minicomputer with many color pictures. 230+ pages. Like new condition, only $4.
b. IBM Series/1 Event Driven Executive Manuals (8 1/2 x 11"). All vintage IBM Series/1 EDX manuals less than 100 pages are only $1 each. All IBM Series/1 EDX manuals over 100 pages are only $2 each. Buy two IBM technical EDX manuals and get one of equal value FREE. The following original IBM Series/1 EDX manuals are available:
Note: Some popular EDX manuals have been sold; however, a copy of the original IBM EDX manual can be made for only 9 cents per page.
These vintage 9-track magnetic tape reels store computer data in densities from 800 bpi to 6250 bpi. Each old magnetic tape reel (10.5 inches in diameter) contains 1/2 inch magnetic tape that is 2400 feet in length. The amount of EBCDIC/ASCII data stored on a single 24-foot tape reel depends on the data block size and the recording density. There is a fixed gap of about 1/2 inch between each data block. As a general rule, the maximum amount of data stored on a single magnetic tape reel at 6250 bpi is 50 megabytes to 64 megabytes. Even though these vintage 9-track magnetic tape reels with straps (some in canisters) were previously used on an IBM 4969 Tape Unit attached to the IBM Series/1 computer and an HP-3000 computer, they can be used on any computer with a reel-to-reel 9-track tape drive. Buy two old 9-Track Magnetic Tape Reels and get one of equal value FREE. The following vintage 9-track tape reels are available:
a. IBM "Multi-System Tape" 9-track tape reels (6250 bpi) with straps. (14 IBM tape reels are available at $8.00 each.)
b. Certified 6250 bpi tape reels (Decade 9-track magnetic tapes) with straps. (17 Decade tape reels are available at $3.00 each.)
c. Misc. 9-track tape reels at 3200 bpi. (26 Misc. tape reels are available at $1.00 each.)
Each vintage 8-inch removable magnetic floppy diskette (Type 2D) has a maximum capacity of 1,212K bytes (double-density two-sided). These old IBM floppy diskettes measure 8 inches wide by 8 inches high. Floppy diskette Type 1 has a capacity of 303K bytes based on 74 tracks with a 512 sector size. Floppy diskette Type 2 has a capacity of 606K bytes based on 74 tracks with a 512 sector size. Even though these vintage 8-inch floppy diskettes were previously used on an IBM 4964 Diskette Unit attached to the IBM Series/1 computer, they can be used on any computer with an 8-inch floppy drive. Buy two old 8-inch floppy diskettes and get one of equal value FREE. The following vintage 8-inch floppy diskettes are available:
a. IBM Diskette 2. (36 two-sided floppy disks are available at $1.00 each.)
b. IBM Diskette 2/2D. (12 double-density floppy disks are available at $1.00 each.)
c. IBM Diskette 1. (5 IBM single-sided floppy disks are available at $.25 each.)
d. Memorex Flexible Disc 2D. (46 Memorex double-density floppy disks are available at $.50 each.)
e. Wabash Maxi-myte 2D Flexible Disks. (9 Wabash double-sided floppy disks are available at $.50 each.)
f. Nashua Diskettes FD-2D-WP. (6 Nashua double-density floppy disks are available at $.50 each.)
g. Dysan Diskette Model 3740/2. (7 Dysan two-sided floppy disks are available at $.50 each.)
h. Misc. 8" floppy diskettes. (7 MISC. two-sided floppy disks are available at $.25 each.)
a. The EDX software (Version 3 of the operating system) on IBM 8" floppy disks includes the basic EDX supervisor and emulator (XS3), program preparation facility (XX4) and EDX Utilities (UT5) and costs $15.
b. The EDX software (COBOL Version 2) on IBM 8" floppy disks includes the COBOL compiler and resident library (CB5) and the COBOL Transient library (CB6) and costs $15.
c. The EDX Sort/Merge Software (SM2) on IBM 8" floppy disks performs file sorting and merging of electronic data records and costs $9.
This attachment card provides an additional 128K bytes of processor storage for the IBM Series/1 4955 processor. (2 cards are available).
The Racal-Vadic rack-mountable VA1616A Multiple Data Set Chassis measures 7"H x 19"W x 13"D and mounts in any standard 19-inch rack, such as the IBM 4997 rack enclosure. The VA1616 chassis front panel contains an array of 16 LED channel status indicators, a LED power alarm indicator, 8 LED diagnostic indicators, a row of 19 test switches and a channel select switch. The Racal-Vadic VA1616 communication chassis has two VA2010 Power Supplies (115 volts) for redundancy and supports 16 single-board modems or 8 double-board modems. Weight is 30 lbs. The following Racal-Vadic modems are included and can be removed from the VA1616 chassis:
a. Five VA3467 Triple Modems (1200 bps asynchronous). The Racel-Vadic VA3467 is compatible with the Bell 212A modem.
b. Two VA4840 modems (4800 bps synchronous).
Documentation includes VA1616A/B/M Chassis Configuration Guide, installation and operation manuals for the VA34X7 Triple Modem and VA4840 Modem.
a. EIA shielded data cables are 20 foot in length with a RS232 connector (male) on one end and a Berg (2x8) connector on the other end. IBM cable (feature 2057) contains 12 wires (#22 AWG). (2 shielded data cables are available).
b. EIA data-set cables are 4 foot in length with RS232 (male) and Berg connections. Each data-set cable contains 12 wires. (3 data-set cables are available).
c. Telephone cables are 20 feet long with 9-pin connector to RJ-45 jack. Each telephone cable contains 5 wires. (5 telephone cables are available).
d. Telephone cables are 20 feet long with 9-pin connector to standard telephone jack. Each telephone cable contains 4 wires. (4 telephone cables are available).
e. Data-set cable (10 feet long) with RS232 connectors (male) at both ends. Each data-set cable contains 9 wires. (3 data-set cables are available).
f. Data-set cable (20 feet long) with RS232 connectors (male) at both ends. Each data-set cable contains 9 wires. (2 data-set cables are available).
(a) IBM Series/1 4964 Diskette Unit; (b) IBM Series/1 4963 Disk Unit; (c) IBM Series/1 4997-2 Rack Enclosure; (d) MDB Series/1 Printer Controller; (e) Lear Siegler ADM-5 Dumb Terminal; (f) Teletype Model 43 Teleprinter; (g) Printronix P300 Printer with pedestal; (h) IBM Series/1 computer 4955-F processor; (i) Storage addition card (feature 6328) for 4955-F; (j) Floating Point card (feature 3920) for 4955-F; (k) IBM Series/1 4959 Input/Output Expansion Unit; (l) Cipher Mod 10 9-Track slave magnetic tape drive. (m) 1985 Version 9 softcover Series/1 publication (8" x 11") on IBM Series/1. (n) "The Small Computer Concept" Book by James D. Schoeffler, 1978 softcover. (o) IBM Series/1 Teletypewriter Adapter card (7850); (p) IBM Series/1 Feature-Programmable Multiline Communications cards (2095/2096); (q) APS-13 Airborne Radar Unit (1944); (r) IBM Series/1 Communication Indicator Panel; (s) IBM Series/1 Asynchronous Communications (ACC) cards (2091/2092); and (t) Racal-Vadic VA1251G/K modems; (u) IBM Series/1 4969 Tape unit Model 4D; (v) IBM Series/1 4997-2 Rack Enclosure (w) Various IBM Series/1 publications and manuals. (x) Various IBM 360/370 computer publications and manuals.
For further details on the above items, please call Bill Legler at 925-254-1264 (Pacific Time) or e-mail Bill Legler in the San Francisco Bay Area, California.
Note: The prices above do not include the actual shipping charge.
Go to EDX Utility Programs for additional information on custom EDX software for the IBM Series/1 computer.