Triumph-Adler Instruction Guides

SE-1011

The 1981 release of two daisy wheel office electronic typewriters, SE 1005 and SE 1010, was followed in early 1983 by the release of the SE-1011 – a much more advanced typewriter with triple pitch plus proportionally spaced printing, a 730 character correction memory, 3-levels of impression control, auto centering, auto line feed and a 10-phrase text memory. The rear cover of the guide suggests December 1982 as the date of publication.

SE-1011

SE-1005 (German)

Triumph-Adler’s first foray into the standalone electronic typewriter market began in 1975 with the release of a proprietary single element “golf ball” electronic typewriter, the  SE-1000/CD. The release of two daisy wheel office electronic typewriters, SE 1005 and 1010, followed in 1981. The white outer shells of the typewriters of this series were made from what was claimed to be a shock-resistant, scratch-proof and antistatic resin.

SE-1005

SE-310

In 1984, TA Triumph-Adler released its first compact electronic typewriter, the Gabriele 9009. The same typewriter was sold as the Royal Satellite III (in the USA). An SE 300 series of compact electronic typewriters followed and the SE 310 is an upgrade on the Gabriele 9009 and has the same top speed of 13 cps. Subsequent models (SE 320, SE 305, 315, 325) in the series offer fast bidirectional printing at a speed of 18 cps.

SE-310