|Type, Precision, Input mode
||Scientific, 10 BCD digits, exponent ±99,
||1 storage register, not permanent.
Note: A value is stored when pressing "M" after "=", otherwise the
||11 digit 7 segment red LED, one digit used for
3 digit smaller LED display for exponent and sign
|CPU MCS 2525, MCS 2526 (MOS)
||Instructions on the back of the calculator
|Original Pricing, Production
||Made by Melcor Electronics Corp, Farmingdale, NY
USA, 1974, $89.95
||Built-in accu pack or external DC 7.5V power
plus on center.
Each pack consists of 3x 1.5V cells and apparently the packs are
connected in series.
||Length 15.7cm, Width 8.7cm, Height 3.7cm
||A unit that was apparently designed to rival
Classic series calculators, ie. the HP-35.