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P/N 1390940

IBM 3197 Color Display Station Enhanced Keyboard

Type
Model M Enhanced Terminal Keyboard
OEM
IBM US, IBM UK
Earliest Appearance
1987 Q1
Original Keycaps
PBT with dye-sublimated legends
Casing Colour
Pearl White
Protocol
Set 3
Connection
Cable
Cable
Grey coiled fixed DIN (240)
Key Count
102
Form Factor
Full-size
Layout/Language
US ANSI
Additional Notes
Shipped with 3179 models C20 and CE0
Data Last Updated
2022-05-13

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Variant of a Model M Enhanced Terminal Keyboard
Variant of a Model M Enhanced Terminal Keyboard
Variant of a Model M Enhanced Terminal Keyboard
Variant of a Model M Enhanced Terminal Keyboard
Variant of a Model M Enhanced Terminal Keyboard

The 102/103-key Model M terminal keyboards were amongst the first introduction of the standard Model M design, released in June 1985 for the IBM 3161 ASCII Display Station. Used on various IBM terminals such as the 3151, 3192, and various InfoWindow display stations, these keyboards heavily resemble PC-compatible IBM Enhanced Keyboards but commonly lack any lock-lights, featured 240-degree pin arranged DIN or modular 8P5C connectors, and have an extra key (102 vs 101 for ANSI, 103 vs 102 for ISO) by splitting the usual numeric keypad + key into two 1-unit keys. Unicomp is still able to produce keyboards to a similar spec.

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