HP 2100 Simulator Configuration

Introduced in the late 1960's by Hewlett-Packard Corporation, the HP 2100 series was one of the mostly widely used real-time minicomputers. Among the models in this series were


Option Description Capacity
CPU and memory HP 2114, 2215, 2116, 2100, 21MX, or 1000 4KW - 32KW (1024KW on 1000)
   2116 options extended arithmetic
   2100 options floating point, memory protection, IOP
   1000 options memory protection, DMS, IOP, extended floating point, double precision integers
RTE OS/VMA/EMA, SIGNAL, VIS firmware extensions
12620A/12936A privileged interrupt fence
Console 12631A ASR-33 Teletype
12966A BACI terminal interface
Paper tape 12597A reader and punch
Real time clock  12539A/B/C time base generator
Line printers 12653A line printer
12845B line printer
Terminal multiplexor 12920A terminal multiplexor 16 lines
12792C terminal multiplexor
Disk 12557A/13210A cartridge disk, 1-4 drives 1.25/2.5MW
12565A disk pack, 1-2 drives 11.95MW
1303, 1-4 disk drives 7.5-60MW
12606A/12610A fixed head disk/drum 0.18MW - 1.54MW
12821A, 1-4 integrated controller disks (HP-IB) 20MB - 120MB
Magnetic tape 12559C 9 track magnetic tape
13181A/13183A 9 track magnetic tape
Network 12556B interprocessor link for Access

Updated 03-May-2012 by Bob Supnik (simh AT trailing-edge DOT com- anti-spam encoded)