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FH 2000

The FH-2000 was the successor of the Panasonic HHC. Like its predecessor, it was a portable machine intended to run professional custom applications.

The computer was solidly built, featuring an IBM/PC-like keyboard and an 8-line LCD display located into the cover.

The basic software was comprised of an 8086 BIOS and a BASIC interpreter close to the Microsoft/GW-Basic, stored in one of the four ROM sockets. These sockets provided up to 512 KB of memory area for pre-programed applications.

The FH-2000 could be connected to a thermal printer interface which also provided 8 extra ROM sockets and a higher capacity battery.

This computer was mainly sold in Europe under Panasonic HC-2000 or Nixdorf PC-05 names.

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hello world,

does anybody have an eprom with MS-DOS (and BASIC) to sell for this machine.
Machine is called Panasonic FH 2000 (for international market) or Siemens Nixdorf PC 05 for German market.

Kind regards

Wednesday 8th March 2017
Uli (Germany)

Panasonic FH 2000 / Siemens Nixdorf PC 05

hello world,

does anybody know which Kind of battery pack can be used in this old Computer? 4 x 1,5V.


Tuesday 7th March 2017
Uli (Germany)

Hello, I own a Panasonic FH-2000 but can hardly use it as it only contains Greek insurance applications :( Does anyone have a BASIC ROM (or image I could burn in an EPROM) to sell or share ?
Thanks in advance, Philippe

Monday 27th January 2014
Philippe (Paris / France)


NAME  FH 2000
TYPE  Portable
YEAR  1986
BUILT IN LANGUAGE  Basic interpreter in a removable ROM
KEYBOARD  90 keys with arrow keys and numeric keypad
CPU  Oki 80C86 low power CMOS version
SPEED  4.77 MHz
RAM  8 KB up to 128 KB
ROM  64 KB + up to 512 KB in 4 ROM sockets
TEXT MODES  80 Char. x 8 lines
GRAPHIC MODES  480 x 64 dots
COLORS  Monochrome LCD
SOUND  Beeper
SIZE / WEIGHT  25.8 (W) x 11 (D) x 4.1 (H) / 910 gr
I/O PORTS  44-pin expansion connector, Serial port
BUILT IN MEDIA  Battery backup
POWER SUPPLY  6V rechargeable battery, 9V AC adaptor
PERIPHERALS  Printer interface
PRICE  Unknown

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