|Can You Identify - FUJITSU|
|Michael Muderick (email@example.com)|
Wed, 16 Feb 2005 05:41:31 -0500
I have approximately 40 modules that look like they attach to the|
bottom of a business telephone with a 68 pin connector. They are white
plastic. They are made by Fujitsu-identified as ROM CART. Some of
them have two IC's, programmable with UV light hole, others have one.
Some of the numbers are F760-ROMDW, F10L-0760-K304-WM, 1050, 5Ess,
A4FA, SRS-1050, 1F0112. I 'd be happy to email a small jpeg file; I'd
really appreciate if you could tell me exactly what they are, and what
phones they were for. I'd like to sell them if they have any value.
But I dont know what to call them on ebay.
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