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Packard Bell 286NB System

Specification

  • Battery : 24-pin DIP RTC Model
  • BIOS : 2 X 32 KB - Award 286 Modular 3.04d Rev-3V. To access, Ctrl+Alt+Esc
  • Cache : N/A
  • Clock/Driver : (RTC) 24-pin Dip Model soldered on MB
  • Cover Removal : Not user serviceable . SIPPS cover might be replaced
  • CPU : 80C286-12MHZ. Keyboard Switches : (Fn)-(F7)= 6MHZ, (Fn)-(F8)= 12MHZ
  • Dimension :
    • Width : 11.0 inches (280mm)
    • Depth : 8.7 inches (220mm)
    • Height : 1.9 inches (50mm)
    • Weight : 6.6 lbs (3.0kg)
  • Drive Cavities : 1 x 2" internal, 1 x 3" Exposed
  • Hard Disk Drive : 20 MB
  • I/O Expansion slots : Int. Proprietary modem, Ext. connector for expansion
  • Interfaces :
    • 1 DB-25 Parallel Port
    • 1 RS-232C, DB-9 Serial Port
    • 1 Ext. Bus Connector (reserved)
    • 1 Ext. Disk Conn: 25-PIN
  • Power Supply : 95V-264V AC, 50/60Hz. Autoswitchable. Plug adapters will be needed for overseas use.
  • RAM : Standard on motherboard: 1MB. Maximum on motherboard : 8MB. (use 1MB, 4MB SIPPs in 2 avail. Memory sockets)
  • Speaker : Piezoelectric, soldered on
  • Video :
    • Viewing area 7.0" x 5.2
    • 640x480-VGA CCFT 32 gray shades
    • (Fn-1) = Incr. Contrast
    • (Fn-2) = Decr. Contrast
    • (Fn-3) = Incr. Brightness
    • (Fn-4) = Decr. Brightness
    • (Fn-5) = Centered/Stretched
    • (Fn-6) = Automap Ena/Dis
    • (Fn-9) = Normal/Reverse Video
    • (Fn-F10)= CRT/LCD Toggle
    • (SANYO CADNICA Model 4KR-5000DE)
    • Cold-Cathode Fluorescent Tube

Upgrades

  • Cache Memory : This system does not support cache memory.
  • Maths Co-Processor : An 80C287 co-processor can be installed in socket U41, no jumpers need to be changed.
  • RAM : Use proprietary memory modules that can hold 1MB or 4MB of memory in SIPPs. The mainboard has two memory module sockets. Use proprietary SIPPs to expand the standard 1 MB RAM to 2,4,5, or 8 MB. Populate Slot 1 first. Install 5 MB by inserting the 4MB SIPP on Slot 1 and the 1MB SIPP on Slot 2.
  • Video Memory : This system has the video memory soldered (not upgradeable).