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* [[Media:Tek 4002a drawer unit manual changes.pdf|Changes to the Tektronix 4002A Drawer Unit Manual (PDF, needs OCR)]]
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The '''Tektronix 4002''' (aka '''T4002''') was the first graphics terminal offered by Tektronix.  It was announced in December 1968 and [[introduced in 1969]].
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It uses a [[611|611 storage monitor]] which has a [[direct-view storage tube]] with a 8¼" × 6½" visible area.
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In vector mode, the 4002 offers a 400×300 resolution (1024×1024 addressable).
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Alphanumeric capacity is 80 columns × 35 lines.  The character generator includes 94 ASCII symbols in two sizes.
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The 4002 was updated as the '''4002A''' in 1971, and succeeded by the very successful [[4010|4010 series]] starting in 1972.
  
 
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* [https://terminals-wiki.org/wiki/index.php/Tektronix_4002 Tektronix 4002 @ terminals-wiki]
 
* [https://terminals-wiki.org/wiki/index.php/Tektronix_4002 Tektronix 4002 @ terminals-wiki]
  
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Revision as of 10:34, 18 August 2021

Tektronix 4002
Graphics terminal
Tektronix 4002

Produced from 1969 to 1972

Manuals
(All manuals in PDF format unless noted otherwise)
Manuals – Specifications – Links – Pictures

The Tektronix 4002 (aka T4002) was the first graphics terminal offered by Tektronix. It was announced in December 1968 and introduced in 1969.

It uses a 611 storage monitor which has a direct-view storage tube with a 8¼" × 6½" visible area. In vector mode, the 4002 offers a 400×300 resolution (1024×1024 addressable).

Alphanumeric capacity is 80 columns × 35 lines. The character generator includes 94 ASCII symbols in two sizes.

The 4002 was updated as the 4002A in 1971, and succeeded by the very successful 4010 series starting in 1972.

Links

Pictures

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