YEStation EXT - Unique features

The YEStation EXT offers unique features that set it apart from general purpose Windows-based terminals and text-only Ethernet terminals. Below are details describing how it differs from the crowd.

 

 

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Emulation software:
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.

The 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...

Printing:
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.

Durability:
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.

 

 

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