Found on one of the connectors wirtten on a paper label sticker, preceded by the printed letters "ECO".
Found on the other connector in raised metal numbering, on the bottom metal part of the connector
Found on the connector with the paper label in raised metal numbering, on the bottom metal part of the connector
Found on the other connector stamped in black ink
Found stamped in black ink on both connectors
Found on one of the connectors written on a paper label sticker preceded by the printed letters "P/N". Possily the patent number.
Connector Ends: 5 3/8 in x 5 1/4 in x 1/4 in; Overall: 430 in x 1 in x 1/8 in
This record contains one cable with two connector ends attached. The connector ends are comprised of two circuit boards attached by a piece of a metal and a screw at the bottom. Both connector ends have the words "FLIP CHIP" with the registered trademark symbol following it, in raised metal lettering. Beneath these words are the letters "CS" followed by the alphabet is in raised metal lettering. One of the connectors has the date "APR 1 1974" stamped in black ink and the other connector has the date "MAY 8 1974" stamped in black ink. A handwritten letter "R" is on both connectors. The words "MEMORY BUS CONNECTOR" are in raised metal lettering along the edge of both circuit boards on the connector ends. There are various other numbers and letters written or stamped on both connector ends. The overall cable is comprised of four different cables attached at each end by the connectors. These four cables are attached to the connector ends as follows: two are attached to one circuit board and two are attached to the other circuit board. There are three paper tags attached to the cable with string. These tags have handwritten notes in either black or green ink.