sub unit from LEO II computer, 1958

Made:
1958 in United Kingdom
maker:
English Electric Company

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Valves and other electronic components from LEO II. Silhouette. white/grey background
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Valves and other electronic components from LEO II, 1958. Top View.Grey Background.
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Valves and other electronic components from LEO II. Front View. Grey/Black Background
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Metal sub-unit containing valves and other electronic components mounted as presentation souvenir from LEO II, made by the English Electric Company, British, 1958.

Only thirteen LEO II computers were manufactured between 1957 and 1963, after which they were superseded by the LEO III. This LEO II was used as the wages computer at Stewarts and Lloyds Steelworks in Corby, and was presented to a former employee when the computer was taken out of service and broken down.

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Category:
Computing & Data Processing
Object Number:
2002-251
type:
electron tube
taxonomy:
  • component - object
credit:
Donated by Mrs J. Rocky
status:
Permanent collection

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