The Tektronix 4010 is a graphics terminal introduced in 1972, based on an 11" direct-view storage tube.

Tektronix 4010
Graphics terminal
Tektronix 4010

Produced from 1972 to (?)

Manuals

It succeeded the 4002 model from 1969 and founded the very successful 4010 family that also includes the 11" 4012/4013 (1973) that added lowercase characters, the 19" 4014/4015 (1974), and the 25" 4016 (1979).

4010 series commands were widely emulated in third-party products.

The 4010 displays vectors on a 1024×780 resolution raster.

The 4010-1 variant includes circuitry that allows the stored image to be printed using a 4610 hard copy unit.

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Some Parts Used in the 4010

Part Part Number(s) Class Description Used in
155-0035-00 155-0035-00 155-0116-00 Monolithic integrated circuit quad op-amp 3110 3S7 3T7 492 492A 492AP 492P 494 494P 496 496P 4010 4011 4012 4013 7L5 7L12 7L13 7L14 7L18 7S11 7T11 7S12 S-6 1461 4602 P7001 613 653