The object is a computer consisting of various electronic components packaged in a large metal container. A wood and metal shelf has been attached to the front of the object at approximately mid-height. A paper label attached to the bottom of the shelf contains the text "Reg.Nr.:," "Inv.Nr:,", "Herkunft:," and "Datum:." Attached to the side of the shelf is a control panel with toggle switches with labels in English (examples: Command, Operand, O'flow, Parity). The components include a "Coupler PB250-Plotter," which has German labels on the controls (examples: Netz, Stanze, Ein, Aus). Three connector cables exit through a square hole in the shelf. Additional cables, a power cord, and paper tape chads are loosely attached or loose inside the object. A plastic bag attached to the object contains 4 metal parts found with the master object.
Embossed on the handles covering doors to the topmost component
Computer Museum Aachen deprecated registration number written on a piece of paper attached to the bottom of the shelf