HP test board?

From: Joe R. <rigdonj_at_cfl.rr.com>
Date: Thu Sep 23 15:12:59 2004

  Something else that I found this morning. A circuit board about 3 x 5"
square with four toggle switches and a push button switch. The toggle
switches are labeled Freq (0,1), WREN (off,on), Hold (off,on) and DRCT
(out,in). The pushbutton is labeled Step and next to it is a LED labeled
TRK 00. On the other end of the board is long wire with a E-Z hook on the
end of it. Next to where the wire is connected it says Connect to A5 TP9.
The part number on the board is 98015-66501. On the back of the board is
DE-37F connector. There are no other connectors or power jacks so
apparently it gets it's power from the DUT. I'm guessing that it's used
for testing some kind of HP disk drive. I think the HP 9885 disk drive uses
the DD-37 connectors so I think it might be for that. Anyone know any more
about it?

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