Logic ini Trainer, (3 units), metal / plasticmade by the Basser Department of Computer Science, University of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, c. 1971
The Mini Logic Trainer was developed in the Basser Department of Computer Science originally by Arthur Sale with later developments by Allan Bromley.
There are 3 copies of the Logic MiniTrainer here. Nos.3 and 4 are identical single rack panel versions, while No.1 is a dual panel version made up of a pair of the same panels as on the single panel versions. The panels are mounted in blue hammer finish metal 19-inch rack frames with, in Nos.3 and 4, the actual logic panel mounted at a sloped angle to aid access.
Each panel consists in a set of TTL or CMOS logic modules implemented as printed circuit boards having connector sockets, switches, LEDs and a clock speed potentiometer on them. Each board also has a logic diagram of the implemented circuit screen printed onto its surface. Logic circuits are made up by connecting patch leads between modules.
There is a cardboard box of spare patch leads with the set.
BDCS logo | Basser Logic MiniTrainer No. 1
BDCS logo | Basser Logic MiniTrainer No. 3
BDCS logo | Basser Logic MiniTrainer No. 4