ND enthusiast, arsenic digger and basically weird!
Via different donations, both small and big I'm the proud caretaker of the following collection.
- Nord-1 serial number 47
- Two Nord-10 in bad condition (1 2)
- A NORD-50 serial number 37
- A ND-100 in an orange half rack
- A ND-100 CX in a large cabinet. Looks to be in great condition and complete. CPU upgraded to 3095 ND-110CX 32B
- Two ND-100 satellite 9 systems
- A ND-100 compact
- Eleven ND-110 satellites in various states, from complete and running to a pile of components.
- #1 Serial 21251 Working, at home, ND-120, Ethernet II
- #2 Serial 21244 Working, at storage, ND-110, Ethernet II
- #3 Serial 21202 Missing floppy, streamer and disc
- #4 Serial 21245 Missing a lot of cards, floppy, streamer and disc
- #5 Serial 21240 Missing front, floppy, streamer and a few cards
- #6 Serial 21207 In pieces and butchered for parts
- #7 Serial 21242 Missing hard drive, mostly complete
- #8 Serial 21183 Empty shell but has a hard disc
- #9 Serial 21232 Missing floppy and streamer, mostly complete
- #10 Serial 21674 Missing front, power supply, disc, floppy, streamer, CPU and memory
- #11 Serial 21211 In pieces, mostly an empty shell.
- A ND-100/CX compact
- Serial 102-3112 with 5.25" and 8" floppy drives.
- Four ND-110 compact
- A ND-500 and a filestore with SMB disks. Once in service at Forsmark 3.
- Two ND-5xxx Compact
- A ND-5700
- A ND-5700 without CPU
- Two ND-5000 full size racks from the computer club LUDD in Luleå. Named Piff and Puff with Several CPU:s included.
- A ND filestore with SCSI discs
- A ND butterfly
- Four loose ND-100 CPU crates (1 2 3 4)
- One ND-5xxx compact card cage without cards.
- Tape drives
- Two ND 511 HAWK disks (CDC 9427H-R HAWK CDD, SMB, 10 Mbyte, also marked ND 31-304) in cabinets. (1 2)
- A cabinet with one ND 514 and one ND 586 drive. Donated by Dalby Datormuseum, a part of their NORD-10 setup.
- A ND 585 Phoenix disk (CDC 9448 CDD, SMB, 16+16 Mbyte) for rack mounting.
- A number of different loose disks
- ND 138-0633 Fujitsu b030-4740-T002A M2322K 8 inch disk drive (168 Mbyte with SMB interface)
- ND 106160 CDC 9715 340 Mbyte 9" FSD, part no 73088701 serial number 14328
- ND 106160 CDC 9715 340 Mbyte 9" FSD, part no 73088701 serial number 13115
- ND 106150 CDC 9715 500 Mbyte 9" FSD, part no 73089401 serial number 2555
- ND 106170 CDC 9715 Mbyte 9" RSD, part no 72860001 serial number 13257
- Several Micropolis SCSI disks
- Some MFM drives
- A whole lot of various cards and other loose pieces
- Close to a ton of documentation
- A lot of different software, list in my software archive.
- 36 NOTIS VDU terminals, made by Nokia
- A TELERAY 3541D terminal, came with the NORD-10/S from LUDD
- A Teletype terminal, came with the NORD-1 from Gjövik fagskole
- A Technovision CAD terminal, CLOU III, ND 111055 with digitizer, pen and two LCD screens
- A rebranded Texas Instruments printer terminal.
- Several Tandberg terminals of various models
But a collector never gets enough so what I'm looking for right now is
- More information about the ND-5000 series of computers.
- More CPU:s to upgrade my ND-5700 system.
- A ND-5850 CPU or ND-5800 CPU.
- Hardware information about OWS, also known as the butterfly
- Microcode information for ND-110/ND-120 CPU:s
- More ND-10 and ND-50 hardware
- A 80 Mbyte CDC SMB cartridge disk to read the media I got
- Paper tape reader / punch
- Card reader / punch
- Peripherals for the NORD-1, like drum memory or NCR 655 disk drive.
- Cartridge drives to be able to read some of my media
Some of my ND projects beside this wiki
- Get the NORD-1 up and running
- Get a satellite up and running and connect it to the internet.
- Make a ND media reader to read old ND-media (floppies, disks, tapes)
- Make an extension to linux to be able to mount SINTRAN III partitions
- Document scanning project, an effort of documenting, finding and scanning all the manuals ND made.
- Make a more comprehensive List of product numbers now when we know of so many more products than when the wiki started.
- Make an inventory, document and put online the vast information in Telemuseums storage in Fetsund.
I made a brief showing at a local lan, Frostbyte 2013, with some of my computers, among other a ND-110 with a notis terminal. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AIMtinBfVOc
- Many fasteners are DZUS quarter turn quick lock. One source of these are Aeromateriel
If you are interested in getting a ND system, want to get rid of a ND system or just chat about these computers, feel free to contact me.
I live in northern Sweden in Umeå. Phone : +46 (0)73 98 67 881 email : axelsson at acc.umu.se