|Type, Precision, Input mode||Scientific, 8 BCD digits, no exponent, Reverse Polish Notation|
|Memory||1 storage register, not permanent.
|Display||8 digit 7 segment red
LED plus separate sign.
|Special features||3-level stack, Z register set to 0 upon stack
Auto power-save (displays dots only). The "D" key's sole function is to reactivate the display!
|Original Pricing, Production||Around 1976
|Batteries||1x 9V block battery or external 9V DC
off-the-shelf power supply
|Dimensions||Length 12.5cm, Width 6.7cm, Height 2.3cm|
|Comment||Note that the "C" key drops the stack, the "CA"
key clears the stack and the storage register.
Angle mode is degrees.
A rather powerful unit considering its size. The only real drawback is the lack of an exponential notation.
The calculator forensics suggest that this is actually a Novus machine or at least it is equipped with the National Semiconductor MM5760 chip.
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