4010

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Tektronix 4010
Graphics terminal
Tektronix 4010

Produced from 1972 to (?)

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

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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See also

Custom ICs used in the 4010

Page Class Manufacturer Model Part nos Description Designers Used in
155-0035-00 Monolithic integrated circuit Tektronix M053B 155-0035-00 155-0116-00 quad op-amp Mike Metcalf 3110 3S7 3T7 4010 4011 4012 4013 7L5 7L12 7L13 7L14 7L18 7S11 7T11 7S12 S-6 1461 4602 P7001 613 653