Master Drawing List, parts list, engineering specifications, test procedure and electrical diagrams for a DEC type AD08 A analog to digital converter, which is an input/output device used primarily with a PDP-8 or PDP-8/S computer to perform high speed analog to digital conversions. The drawings were issued 27 September 1968.

The PDP-8 is a minicomputer manufactured by Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC), of Maynard, Massachusetts, U.S.A. It is considered to be the first commercially successful minicomputer.

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26 sheets of paper printed in black ink with electrical symbols, diagrams and text, with a light red backing sheet. The cover sheet (Master Drawing List) has a list of the drawing sheets attached together with two metal staples on one edge. The drawing sheets have been folded in half.

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