HP75 mystery module POD DIAGNOSTIC


I just acquired a HP75 from an auction seller from Corvallis. I was surprised to find the folowing module pluged in:

POD DIAGNOSTIC 5061-7248 1978 USA (no serial #)

As I also have a 64kB pod this could be a very useful module to test it. I don't think that this module has ever been sold to the public. The machine is likely to have served in HP service at Corvallis. Does anybody have knowledge of this module? Or does anybody have a good link to a HP75 development team member? I was also quite surprised about the date on the module 1978. Was the HP75 in the pipe already at this time? Can anybody help solving the mystery?

Cheers Daniel Diggelmann

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