A robust set of emulators allow the YEStation to speak
to virtually any host and include TN5250e (AS/400), TN3270e
(S/390), AIXterm (RS/6000), VT 52, VT100, VT220, VT320,
VT400/420, VT520/525, ANSI-BBS, SCO-ANSI, Wyse50/60, HP,
AT386, DG D-412, TANDEM, TELEVIDEO, TVI19XX, ADDS A2
Specifically, the AS/400 software supports
a GUI look if users want their menu items in a push button
Windows look. Also, by pointing the mouse at a menu item
or function it lights it up allowing the user to simply
click there left mouse button to initiate the command.
Linux-based YEStation MAX allows DOMINO/Lotus Notes users
to use e-mail, Calandaring, and things to do without the
need for a terminal server or having the notes client installed
such as with fat clients (PC's).
122 Keyboard Support:
For users who want to start the emulator from
the server (example: Client Access), the YEStation
EXT is the only terminal that supports the
122 key layout for AS/400 and S/390 mainframe users.
In addition, optional dual color-coded key captions
allow you to jump from Windows to Host applications
with ease. Finally, the buckling-spring design keys
allow for use in harsh environments and are tested
to 25 million keystrokes. more...
With one parallel, one serial and two USB ports, you
can connect up to four printers that can print four separate
jobs. The TN5250e protocol supports SCS printing (standard
AS/400 print stream) allowing forms control including page
range and printer error reporting.
With a metal case and no moving parts, the YEStation EXT
is engineered to last. It runs cool with an external power
supply which eliminates a fan that often attracts contaminates
like in PCs. Mounting brackets give you the flexibility
to mount the unit in any orientation including on a wall
or under a work surface These features allow the YEStation
to survive in harsh environments where PCs often breakdown.