The Wyse 50+ (WY-50+) is a good looking alphanumeric ASCII display terminal designed to operate with almost any computer system. The terminal features a 132 column 14"diagonal screen in green or amber with a high-resolution character set to make it easy on the eyes. The low profile keyboard has a full alphanumeric section, thoughtfully places cursor control keys, editing keys, a numeric pad, and 16 programmable function keys. The positive feel of the sculptured keys and the ‘n' key rollover feature make missed keystrokes a thing of the past. In fact the Wyse 50+ (WY-50+) is loaded with ergonomic features, from the full tilt and swivel display, to the two-position keyboard height adjustment. Even setup is made easy with a ‘menu-driven' soft setup mode.
Features of the Wyse 50+ Terminals
Wyse 50+ Terminals Personalities
Wyse 50+, ADM-31, Televideo 910,920,925, ADDS Viewpoint A2, Hazeltine 1500, Diplay Features of Wyse 50+ Terminals
CRT: 14" diagonal with non-glare screen, green or amber phosphors with tilting and rotating display.
Format: 24 rowsx80 or 132 columns (user selectable) plus status line and function key labeling line.
Character Set: 7 x 10 matrix in a 10 x 13 cell with 2-dot descenders. 128 ASCII character set, upper/lowercase with 32 control codes and line drawing graphics.
Attributes: normal, blink, reverse, blank, underscore, and combinations.
Cursor: block or underline selectable with or without blinking.
Wyse 50+ Specification Summary
Physical Characteristics of Wyse 50+ Terminals
Display Console: 12"H x 12.3"W x 13" D
Footprint: 12.25"W x 10.25" D
Keyboard: 2.25"H x 17.25"W x 7.6" D
Finish: two-tone grey
Shipping Weight: 28 lbs. Approx.
Wyse 50+ Keyboard
Type: detached with coiled cable. Two-position tilt
Layout: 101 keys with typewriter, numeric pad, and function-key sections.
Function Keys: 16 programmable with 32 combinations.
Communications Type: Two asynchronous EIA RS-232-C serial ports. Modem port to 38.4 kbps. Printer port to 19.2 kbps.
Native Mode: full range of cursor move, editing, protected field, split screen, and other functions.