|Type, Precision, Input mode||Scientific, 10 BCD digits, exponent ±99, Algebraic|
|Memory||2 storage registers, not permanent|
|Display||10 digit 7 segment red LED mantissa plus sign, 2 digit 7 segment red LED exponent plus sign|
|Original Pricing, Production||Unknown|
|Batteries||Built-in accu pack or DC power
supply, 6V, plus on center.
Note: Even though the note on the back of the unit requires 6V power it won't work with 6V. Using 7.5V is fine. The more digits are entered (ie. try multiple "8") the dimmer the display becomes.
|Dimensions||Length 15cm, Width 7.8cm, Height 3.3cm|
Vintage Electronic Calculator Manuals.
Manual (PDF, English)
|Comment||Commodore calculators with
disposable batteries are labelled with a "D" model number (ie. SR-9120D).
Apparently, this unit has also been sold by Privileg as the SR-30.
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