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Specifications for Victor 1800 Model 1441

Manufacturer: Victor Comptometer Corp., Business Machines Group
Model Number: 18-1441
Serial Number: 4141-500
Date of Manufacture: Late-1971
Manufactured In: USA, Chicago, IL
Original Price: $445
Weight: 7 Pounds
Size: 9 1/2" Wide, 11 1/2" Deep, 4 3/4" High
Power Requirement: 10 Watts, 115V AC, 50/60 Hz
Display Technology: Burroughs Panaplex II, 16 digit w/comma indicators
Logic Technology: Six Chip Rockwell-made LSI Chipset
Chip Part Numbers: 10177, 10178, 10179, 10180, 10182, 15000
Digits of Capacity: 14
Decimal Modes: Full floating
Arithmetic Logic: Arithmetic
Math Functions: Four Function
Constant: Automatic for multiply & divide
Memories: One, w/add & subtract function keys
"=+" and "=-" keys to add/subtract products/quotients to/from memory
Notes: Unusual "arch" key for setting roundoff digit position
Six different display calculator models in the 1800 series:
- Model 18-1440: Four Function, No Memory
- Model 18-1441: Four Function, 1 Memory
- Model 18-1442: Four Function, 1 Memories
- Model 18-1541: Four Function w/Sq. Root, 1 Memory
- Model 18-1542: Four Function w/Sq. Root, 2 Memories
- Model 18-1721: Scientific w/1 Memory


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Thanks to Mr. George Newby for information on the various machines in the Victor 1800-Series

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