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DEC VT420.

The VT420 was an ANSI standardcomputer terminal introduced in 1990 by Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC). The 420 was the only model in the 400 series, replacing the VT320. There were no color or graphics-capable 400 series terminals; the VT340 remained in production for those requiring ReGIS and Sixel graphics and color support. The entire lineup of VT300s and VT420 was eventually replaced by the relatively unknown VT500 series starting in 1993.


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The VT420 was essentially an updated VT320, adding the multi-session capabilities originally introduced on the VT330 and VT340.

Those two models had included a system known as TD/SMP[a] which allowed two sessions to be multiplexed over a single serial connection to a compatible terminal server. Alternately, the two sessions could be supported by separate serial connections on those models with multiple MMJ ports. Using either method, the VT330/340/420 could either show the two sessions behind each other, using a key sequence to flip back and forth, or split the screen horizontally to display the sessions one above the other, or vertically side-by-side.

The VT420 also added a number of more minor features. One was to add a number of PC character sets, allowing the terminal to be used with a variety of PC programs. Another allowed the terminal to generate the proper character sequences to produce rectangular-area commands. For instance, one could select a rectangular area and fill it with a particular character, or blank it out. This was in addition to the terminal-side editing system introduced on the VT300s.


The VT420 had a total of 5 sets of 94 characters for normal VT operation, another 3 sets of 128 PC characters, and 1 set of 96 characters containing various graphics and math symbols. Like all models since the VT200 series, the user could also upload a custom character set of their own design using the Sixel system. Likewise, it also supported the National Replacement Character Set system, which swapped out single characters in 7-bit modes to allow basic changes like swapping the # for the £ for use on UK systems.

All DEC terminals that came after the VT100, including the VT420, are able to emulate their ancestors. The VT420 had VT100 and VT52 emulating modes.

The screen itself was a 14' flat CRT with a resolution of 800 (horizontal) by 400 (vertical) pixels. A variety of glyphs were available that provided 80 or 132 characters across, and 24, 36 or 48 lines of text vertically. The screen had room for 25 lines at normal font sizes, but the last line was normally used for status indications, like ⇪ Caps Lock. The MMJ ports could operate at speeds up to 38,400 bit/s, double that of the VT300s maximum 19,200 bit/s.


  1. ^Known as SSU when being referring to on the terminal side of the same system.


  • Installing and Using the VT420 Video Terminal, DEC, 1990
  • VT420 Programmer Reference Manual, DEC, 1992

External links[edit]

  • DEC Video Terminals—The VT100 and its Successors at the Wayback Machine (archived June 6, 2008)
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Kea 420

Light utility vehicle

The Kia KM420 is the standard light utility vehicle with the South Korean Army

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Country of originSouth Korea
Entered service1997
Cab seating1 + 5 men
Dimensions and weight
Weight (curb)1.57 t
Maximum load540 kg
Length4 m
Width 1.75 m
Height1.9 m
EngineFE-DOHC petrol / RF-TCI diesel
Engine power139 / 91 hp
Maximum road speed130 / 115 km/h
Range480 / 550 km
Side slope30%
Vertical step~ 0.4 m
Trench~ 0.5 m
Fording0.5 m

The KM420 series of light military vehicles was developed in South Korea by Kia Motors. It a successor to the previous KM410, but is slightly bigger and heavier. It entered service with the South Korean Army in 1997 and is now the standard light utility vehicle. It replaced the KM410 and assorted Nissan and Toyota designs. Kia Motors produced over 23 000 of these light military vehicles. A small number of them have been exported. It is also available for civil customers as the Kia Retona.

This 4x4 military vehicle is based on the civilian Kia Sportage. The KM420 is a baseline troop/cargo carrier. It has a maximum payload capacity is 540 kg on highways and 360 kg on cross-country terrain. It can tow light trailers or artillery pieces. The Kia KM420 series vehicles are usually fitted with a canvas soft top.

This light military vehicle accommodates driver and five passengers. Four passengers are seated in the back. The rear seats fold up, to make room for cargo. A steel rear door makes entry and exit easier.

The KM420 series vehicles are available with petrol or diesel engine. The FE-DOHC 2-liter petrol engine develops 139 hp, while the RF-TCI 2-liter turbocharged diesel develops 91 hp. Both engines were developed by Kia Motors. Auto-locking hubs allow on-the-fly shifting between 4x2 and 4x4 drive at speeds up to 60 km/h. This military vehicle features a sturdy full grille guard to protect the front from damage. A spare wheel is mounted on the rear door. A deep wading kit is available as an option.


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