Series 1900

Series 1900

A family of mainframes from ICL first introduced by ICT in 1964. The 1900s were based on the Ferranti Mark I computer, which was developed by Ferranti-Packard in 1951. The 1900 line was superseded by the Series 2900. See ICL.
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The Series 1900 digital temperature controllers from Zytron Control Products provide control of almost any on-off temperature, time/temperature, and timing-control applications.
Standard Series 1900 models utilize 120/240 VAC field-selectable power input.
Also, Muzak, Wegener's long time customer for analog audio receivers ordered over $200,000 of the series 1900 receiver, used in Muzak's continuously expanding business music market.
SEPATON entered into a strategic agreement with Hitachi Data Systems and is shipping the Hitachi Adaptable Modular Storage 2100 array as the storage foundation of the SEPATON S2100-ES2 Series 1900 and 2900 featuring 99.
Also, the company's Spanish distributor continues to develop new data broadcasting business with a major order received during the third quarter for the Series 1900 Data Receiver.
Muzak placed a major order for the new Series 1900 receivers.
Under the terms of the strategic agreement, SEPATON has selected the Hitachi Adaptable Modular Storage 2100, the company's newest high-performance, modular midrange storage, as the storage foundation of the newest generation of the SEPATON family of data protection solutions a the SEPATON S2100[R]-ES2 Series 1900 and 2900.
SEPATON's new S2100-ES2 Series 1900 and 2900 leverages the Hitachi AMS 2100 for 99.
These include several models of the new Series 1900 DBS Audio Receiver and an upgrade of the popular Series 1800 receiver.
To date the reading light has been approved for installation on the Canadair CL-600 and CL-601 and is eligible to replace existing lights on Learjet 31, 35, 36 and 60 models, as well as Raytheon's series 1900, B100, B200, and B300 and the Beechjet 400 and 400A aircraft.