TitlePB250 interface unit
ManufacturerPackard Bell Electronics
|Other number||12||Etched after "Nr:" in metal label of "Philips-Kernspeicher 4B5" unit|
|Other number||21.02.1995||Written next to "Datum:" on paper label adhered to the front of the "Philips-Kernspeicher 4B5" unit|
|Other number||411||Written under "Reg.Nr.:" on paper label adhered to the front of the "Philips-Kernspeicher 4B5" unit|
|Other number||43220264483||Etched after "Type:" in metal label of "Philips-Kernspeicher 4B5" unit|
|Other number||95 5 2||Written under "Inv.Nr.:" on paper label adhered to the front of the "Philips-Kernspeicher 4B5" unit|
|Other number||TG6--3-PRF.AM||Etched in metal label afixed to top left rear corner|
Dimensionsoverall: 77 in x 24 in x 28 3/8 in
DescriptionObject is a tall gray rack cabinet consisting of various units.
The unit mounted in the top section is labeled "Netzteil". It has a switch to the left of center which is broken off and 6 voltage indicators to the right of center, one of which is broken off.
The second unit from the top is labeled "Coupler MP 108-KSP" and It has one indicator light and wot push buttton switches to the right of center, one of which is broken off.
The 3rd unit from the top is labeled "Coupler PB 250-KSB 0" and It has 2 toggle switches and an indicator light to the left of center, one toggle is bent and the other is broken off.
The 4th unit from the top has a set of 24 indicator slots and toggle switches labeled "Register". All but 4 are broken off. Below that is a set of 12 toggles labeled "Adresse". There are also 4 other toggles, 2 push buttons, and an empty indicator slot to the right of the "Adresse" section. These are also broken off.
Below those 4 units is a larger one labeled "Philips-Kernspeicher 4B5". This has a control section in the upper right containing On and Offf push button switches with an indicator light on the left and a "500mA" labeled fuse holder on the right.
The remaining section is covered by a blank gray panel.
At the bottom rear of the unit is a panel consisting of a stop switch and a reset button mounted as a unit, a 3-conductor power plug, and a 2-conductor power recepticle.
There is a set of 5 recepticles mounted on a piece of wood sitting loose inside the unit with a single cable comming out of it.
There is also a box of miscellaneous hardware and brackets found loosly placed on a shelf at rear of unit. These have been bagged and wire-tied to the rear rack mounting.