ComputerWise ‘BASIC’ Terminals are computer programmable in an abbreviated version of the BASIC language (TTBASIC). Using it’s flexible programming resources, the terminal can be adapted to a wide variety of remote and stand-alone applications, such as data collection, activity tracking, event timing, and equipment control (optional equipment may be required).
- DIRECT mode – Executes a TTBASIC statement immediately.
- RUN mode – Executes a TTBASIC program downloaded to the TransTerm.
- TERMINAL mode – Emulates a dumb terminal.
The interpreter recognizes a full set of functions and statements that provide memory initialization, program control, and input/output of data. Each program statement has a preceding integer line number. The statements are stored is ascending order in the program memory.
The small, easy-to-use TransTerm 5 terminal provides ideal solutions for applications requiring data entry speed and accuracy. This terminal has 24 keys for entering information and includes eight function keys that you can program with frequently entered strings. The 24 character, two-line LC display is large enough to display computer generated prompts and instructions.
The TransTerm 6 terminal has a QWERTY, typewriter-like key array for typing text at a desk. The LC display provides two 40-character lines to give ample capacity for computer-generated prompts and operator-entered data.
This fully programmable, handheld computer is ideal for complex applications where needs change frequently. The TransTerm 8 can make calculations on data, check and validate scanned data, and reject improperly formatted data. Date and time stamping of collected data is optional.