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Last Revised: 10/20/2003

Title: TEMPEST Level I
Status: Certified
Category: Workstation
Manufacturer: Emanation Control (EMCON) Ltd.
Model: TS10
Description: The Emcon TS10 Workstation is a high performance TEMPEST version of Sun®s SPARCstationtm 10 workstation using single or multiple MBus Sparc processors. TS10 Models 40 and 51 include, as standard equipment, 32MB of memory (expandable up to 512 MB), 15 pin IEEE 802.3 Ethernet AUI connector, SCSI-2 interface connector, two RS-423 serial I/O connectors, Parallel Centronics compatible connector, keyboard connector, three SBus system slots, auto-ranging power supply (87.5-132 VAC or 180-264 VAC), two empty bays for optional removable SCSI disk modules, and an internal 3.5 inch 1.44 MB Floppy disk drive. The TS10 display is a 19-inch, high resolution (1152 x 900 pixels), noninterlaced color monitor supported by the Sun GX graphics accelerator with 540,000 2-D vectors per second, 270,000 3-D vectors per second, real-time dynamic motion, and 8-bit color. The monitor is equipped with an auto-ranging power supply (100-120 VAC or 200-240 VAC). Other standard features include a TEMPEST modified Sun Type V keyboard and Sun 3 button optical mouse. The optional removable disk packs are preloaded with Jumpstart for SunOS installation. Available Options: The following items are currently supported. Other options and configurations will be made available as they are released. Please contact the factory for information. * 16/64-MByte Memory Expansion * 1.05 GByte Removable SCSI Disk Pack * 644-MByte Desktop SunCD Pack * 150-MByte 1/4-inch Tape Desktop Backup Pack * Newsprint SBus printer card with bidirectional Parallel port * 16 inch Color Display (1152 x 900) * 19 inch Rack mount kit * Multiprocessor configurations * Server configurations * Audio Card

Date Posted: Jan 15, 2009 | Last Modified: Jun 11, 2009 | Last Reviewed: Jun 11, 2009