Unknown QBUS board

From: Sebastian Brückner <sebastian.brueckner_at_epost.de>
Date: Mon Feb 23 08:50:59 2004

Ethan Dicks wrote:
> On Sun, Feb 22, 2004 at 02:32:50PM -0700, CRC wrote:
>>On Sun, 22 Feb 2004 11:04:03 +0100, Sebastian Br?ckner
>><sebastian.brueckner_at_epost.de> schreibt:
>>>A few month ago I acquired a VAXstation 3200.
>>>There is one QBUS card in the system that I can't identify.
>>>As far as I know the VAX has been used for measurement data aquisition
>>>in a physics laboratory.
>>You have the Qbus part (KSC2922) of a KSC2922/3922, Qbus CAMAC
>>interface. CAMAC (Computer Automated Measurement And Control) is an
>>instrumentation system extensively used in the nuclear/high energy
> Interesting (to me at least... we have numerous CAMAC crates here at Pole,
> but the last MicroVAX was turned off several years ago).

AFAIK my VAX was used at a high-energy positron beam. It was last used
productively in 1997 I believe.

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