Ah, ok. It was out back in 1973 or so, making it a very old drive
relatively speaking. I saw four of them being used as swap for an 11/45
with split bus, I always wondered about that.

Was that the first MASSBUSS type drive?

Chris


Johnny Billquist wrote:

> On Fri, 5 Mar 2004, Christopher Zach wrote:
>
>
>>RP's typically didn't have it, but the RP series were typically
>>hard-wired into power and ran on their own breakers. RS03/04 drives also
>>had the sequencers (and I believe they were MASSBUSS).

>
>
> Yes, the RS03/04 is MASSBUS drives. Never seen one, though.
>
> Johnny
>
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