Specifications for Sony Sobax ICC-500W

Manufacturer: Sony Corporation
Model Number: Sobax ICC-500W
Serial Number: 15286
Date of Introduction: June, 1967
Date of Manufacture: Late 1968
Manufactured In: Japan
Original Price: $1,195 (Early '70 Price)
Weight: 14 Pounds
Size: 10 7/8" Wide, 14" Deep, 4 3/4" High
Power Requirement: 10 Watts, 117V AC, 50/60Hz
Rear panel connector for Sony BP-11E Battery Pack or
Sony DCC-2AW Auto Power Adapter
Display Technology: Nixie Tube, 14 digits w/Right-Hand Decimal, Leading Zero Suppression
Logic Technology: Approx. 500 Sony-made transistorized hybrid circuit modules
Approx. 200 Transistors, 1,700 Diodes; ~8,000 electronic components total
Five plug-in circuit boards
Magnetostrictive delay line for register storage
Delay wire 3 meters (approx. 9.8 feet) in length
Clock Frequency: Approx. 40KHz
Digits of Capacity: 14
Decimal Modes: Fixed, Slide-Switch Selectable from 0 to 13 digits behind the decimal
Arithmetic Logic: Algebraic
Math Functions: Four Function
Constant: No
Memories: Accumulator-Style Memory Register
"Total" Accumulator for Sum of Products/Quotients
Performance: Addition/Subtraction: 15mS
Multiplication: 250mS
Division: 400mS

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