Functionality: Tested to Power-On Only
As pictured, a Commodore 1650 AutoModem. Manual is available at ftp://ftp.zimmers.net/pub/cbm/manuals/peripherals/ (contact us for link).
*** Although it appears in good shape, we are unable to fully test this item. Please review the warranty and returns policy ***
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Details from http://www.zimmers.net/cbmpics/ouser2.html:
The Commodore 1650 was the first true direct connect model from Commodore, marketed at the Commodore 64 user. Strangely enough, despite the fact that this modem is relatively rare, "clones" of the 1650 were extremely common in the early-mid 1980s, making it the standard for Commodore modems.
Model : 1650
Connection : Direct/Line
Interface : CBM User port
Speed : 300 baud
Notes : Pulse dialer