A processor large enough to handle adequately the current and proposed
We recommend the largest Pentium® or equivalent processor.
A number of variables determine hard drive size, including the number
and type of connections to the computer on which SuperVision
resides. We recommend 20 gigabytes as the minimum.
Random Access Memory (RAM)
The memory available will
determine the speedof operation, so you should include enough RAM to
accommodate current and proposed activity. We recommend a minimum of
128 megabytes for Windows NT® and 256 megabytes for
Windows 2000® and Windows XP®.
SuperVision can display multiple host
and history windows, so the monitor should have a screen size and
resolution sufficient to accommodate the number of systems to be
monitored. We recommend a minimum resolution of 800 x 600 pixels.
Standard PC keyboard.
SuperVision requires only a two-button mouse or other pointing device.
Microsoft® Windows NT®, Windows XP®, or Windows 2000® (or Windows 98® for SuperVision Lite on a remote PC).
Either Token Ring or Ethernet, or a minimum 28.8 kbps modem.
(Optional) Any model of Sound Blaster® card with speakers.
For local coax connectivity, select either the IBM® PCI Adapter or the IBM or AttachmateTM ISA
3270 Emulation Card. Neither is required for remotely connected 3270
For local twinax connectivity, we recommend the 5250 WinTwin ISA
Adapter by Synapse Communications, Inc. SuperVision provides Secure
TN3270TM and 3215 connectivity via TCP/IP through the IDG
9074® Secure Communications Controller® and other TN3270-compatible control units.
For more information and assistance determining specific system
requirements, please contact the SuperVision technical support staff
in the USA at