For your Apple II or Macintosh!
On June 12, 1989, Apple introduced the Apple Data Modem 2400, Family Number G5432. It is a 2400
bits per second (bps) external modem for the Apple II and Macintosh family of
The Apple Data Modem 2400 supports the standard 2400/1200/300 bps modem protocol
Classes 1 through 4 error correction protocols and is fully Hayes-compatible.
– Two serial ports for connecting to the computer and to daisy-chain a
serial device, such as the AppleFax Modem.
– Two RJ-11 ports to connect to the wall outlet and a telephone handset.
– A wall-mounted AC power adapter that plugs into the modem.
– An on/off switch built in to the modem.
– A built-in speaker with external volume control.
– A security slot.
– Nonvolatile RAM to store modem settings.
This modem is in excellent condition, the power brick has a couple of scrapes. Tested to power on only as I don’t have telephone service capable of dial-up.