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UNIVAC 442

 "AVAILABLE AT A FRACTION OF THE COST OF LARGER SYSTEMS..."

The UNIVAC 422 has been carefully designed to meet the needs of both classroom and laboratory.

For classroom use, a group of students can easily observe the registers and controls of the machine, and can learn proper operating procedures. All logical elements are exposed, permitting the instructor to demonstrate the functions of the individual circuits. In the laboratory, two or three students may be assigned to the same machine at one time, yielding a high-use factor and increasing the amount of actual machine time given to each student.

 

 
Use of early UNIVAC Computers in the railroads

 

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We need  more hardware,  memories of use and repair,  parts, photos  etc etc to add to the UNIVAC collection here at  SMECC?  Can you help?  Email info@smecc.org Please!

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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