Specifications for Monroe 1610

Manufacturer: Monroe Division of Litton Business Systems
Model Number: 1610
Serial Number: G 934042
Date of Manufacture: Late 1971
Manufactured In: USA
Original Price: $1,495 (April 1972)
Weight: 12 1/2 Pounds
Size: 12 1/2" Wide, 12 1/2" Deep, 6" High
Power Requirement: 35 Watts, 115V AC, 60Hz
Display Technology: Nixie Tube, Burroughs
10 Digits Mantissa, 2 Digits Exponent.
Special +/- Nixie for mantissa & exponent sign
Neon indicators for Overflow & Error condition
Logic Technology: Computer Design Corp. First-Generation "HTL" LSI Chipset
Chipset Fabrication by AMI and General Instrument
Logic contained two plug-in circuit boards
MOS Mask-Programmed ROM for microcode
Digits of Capacity: Internal: 14 Digits Mantissa + 2 Digits Exponent
Displayed: 10 Digits Mantissa + 2 Digits Exponent
Decimal Modes: Automatic Floating Decimal
Switch selectable normal or exponential notation
Automatic switching from normal to exponential mode
Arithmetic Logic: Algebraic
Math Functions: Four Function w/Trig, Logarithmic, Exponential, Square Root, and Recripocal
Constant: None
Memories: 10 accumulating (addition only) registers
Memory registers 7, 8, and 9 are working registers
Programmable: No

Sincere thanks to Craig and Steven Dunn for donation of this Monroe 1610 calculator.

Tech Data [HTL Processor Instruction Set]

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