Specifications for Hewlett Packard 9825A

Manufacturer:		Hewlett Packard, Calculator Products Division
Model Number:		9825A
Serial Number:		
Date of Manufacture:	October, 1979
Manufactured In:	USA, Loveland, Colorado
Original Price:		$5900 in base configuration
Weight:			26 Pounds
Size:			15.1" Wide, 19 1/2" Deep, 5.1" High
Power Requirement:	180 Watts, 120VAC 60Hz (Switch Selectable Mains Voltage)
Display Technology:	5x7 LED Dot-Matrix, 32 Character, Upper/Lower Case
Logic Technology:	16-bit LSI Multi-Chip Module CPU (3 NMOS LSI's on ceramic substrate)
			Removable ROM cartridge for Operating System
                        4Kx1 Dynamic RAM Working/Program/Register Storage
Digits of Capacity:	12-13 Significant Digits
Decimal Modes:		Full-Floating, Scientific or Fixed
Arithmetic Logic:	Full algebraic, conversational, PEMDAS evaluation
Math Functions:		Full complement of scientific functions
Memories:		Program/Variable memory dynamically shared
			Named variables for storing values
Programmable:		HPL Programming Language
			HPL expandable with up to 3 ROM Packs
                        Labeled branches, conditionals, named variables
			6844 Bytes(Standard) Volatile RAM Program/Storage Register Memory
			RAM Expandable to 31,420 Bytes Maximum
Peripherals:		Built-in 16-column 5X7 Dot-Matrix Thermal Line Printer
			Built-in Magnetic Cartridge Tape Drive (250K Bytes)
			Myriad optional external peripherals, including:
                         Printer, Plotters, Digitizer, Cassette Tape, Floppy Disc

Previous Machine: Texas Instruments SR-60 Next Machine: Hewlett Packard HP-85 Related Machines: Hewlett Packard 9100B Hewlett Packard 9810A Hewlett Packard 9820A Hewlett Packard 9830A Hewlett Packard 9815A Hewlett Packard HP-01 Hewlett Packard HP-85
Web Links: Dave Hicks' Museum of HP Calculators Steve Liebson's 9285 History Website
Documentation: 9825A/S Desktop Computer Specifications
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