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    I started a new thread, time to stop hijacking the Tiki-100 thread
    About the ND-110/CX
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    Bigger and Heavier I've never used it, but it did boot at one time.



    This is the half cabinet, a bit more than 19 inch wide and about 60-70 cm high, I have the same terminal as in the picture below, which will be included to anyone who picks it up. It sits in my storage room for now, I have no rush in getting rid of it. If you ever get a chance to pick it up, let me know.

    http://www.sintran.com/history/nd-100.jpg
    Hmm, how much does it weigh?
    Power: does it run from a standard, single-phase mains circuit (220 VAC)?
    Do you know how much current it needs? Can I power it from a standard 10A circuit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pontus View Post
    I've met Göran who works on the emulator, he is a nice guy with _tons_ of ND hardware.
    It looks like this Göran currently has a ND-110 Satellite for sale (see Tradera), but it ain't cheap. Then again, pricing on very rare but bulky items often depends on how attached to them you are and how much space you need to clear. I suppose a such machine can go for anywhere $15 - $650 depending on the seller.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tingo View Post
    I started a new thread, time to stop hijacking the Tiki-100 thread
    About the ND-110/CX


    Hmm, how much does it weigh?
    Power: does it run from a standard, single-phase mains circuit (220 VAC)?
    Do you know how much current it needs? Can I power it from a standard 10A circuit?
    Hmm, I'm estimating the weight to somewhere between 30-50 kg. It is a guess, but two persons of normal stature can lift it with no problems. When I played with it I measured the power draw at the outlet to somewhere between 350 to 400 W. So there is no problem to run it of a normal 10A household outlet.

    Quote Originally Posted by carlsson View Post
    It looks like this Göran currently has a ND-110 Satellite for sale (see Tradera), but it ain't cheap. Then again, pricing on very rare but bulky items often depends on how attached to them you are and how much space you need to clear. I suppose a such machine can go for anywhere $15 - $650 depending on the seller.
    Wow, I think this is a combination of the fact that Göran really likes his machines and maybe needs a little cash. Also his machine is almost guaranteed to function. If he needed the space he would sell ND-500

    The price of mine is the unchanged: Free for pickup And a terminal like this is included
    Looking for: anything from SGI or DEC/digital
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    Too bad Uppsala is so far away fro Oslo...
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    Well, I might have a fellow driving up from Göteborg to pick up other stuff, perhaps something can be coordinated ? If you are seriously interested.
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    Quick question: do you have any floppies at all for the ND-110/CX? (Since it has a 5.25 inch floppy drive and I have only 8 inch floppies, I can't use them).
    Torfinn

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