|Type, Precision, Input mode
||Simple, 8 BCD digits, no exponent, Algebraic
||8 digit 7 segment green vacuum
flourescent tubes plus one
for error indication
|Texas Instruments TMS0122 (not verified)
||Instructions on the backside
|Original Pricing, Production
||Olympia Werke AG, Wilhelmshaven
I've heard it was built around 1972/1973 and priced at approx. DM 664
plus DM 25 for the power supply.
The corresponding Panasonic 850 cost about $140 in 1972.
||Built-in sealed accu pac JL-032 or extenal power
supply NLG80, 6V DC, switchable to 110/220V input
||Length 16.2cm, Width 9.6cm, Height 4.5cm
||See Mike's Electric Stuff.
||This is a huge and heavy device, really
impressive! The keys are one of the best I've ever seen.
There are also advanced units CD-81 and CD-85. Identical to the