UNIVAC 9200 (1966)

The UNIVAC 9200 was announced by Sperry Rand in around 1967.

The UNIVAC 9200 data processing system was a punched card based machine with 8,192 bytes of memory, 16,384 bytes of expanded memory, 400 card per minute reader, and a 250 line per minute printer. It was used for business applications such as insurance and accounting.

The unit's hardware included removable circuit boards.

 

See also UNIVAC 9300

UNIVAC 9200 Plug-in Circuit Boards

Large, 21-inch plane into which plug boards were inserted. (Below)

Hand-wired circuitry and gold-plated pins. (Above)

 


History of Computing

An Encyclopedia of the People and Machines that Made Computer History


Copyright © 1982-2000, Lexikon Services "History of Computing" ISBN 0-944601-78-2

See Photo Copyright Info

Return to Gallery Index