Specifications for Monroe 650

Manufacturer:		Monroe, A Division of Litton Industries
Model Number:		650
Serial Number:		F848644
Date of Manufacture:	Late-1972
Manufactured In:	Japan
Original Price:		$665
Weight:			10 Pounds
Size:			11 3/4" Wide, 12" Deep, 3 3/4" High
Power Requirement:	17 Watts, 115VAC
Display Technology:	Nixie Tube,
			 Discrete Neon Tube "Comma", Overflow, Sign, Pending Operation & Memory Status Indicators
Logic Technology:	Texas Instruments LSI Chipset: TMC1761, TMC1763, TMC1764, TMC1765
			ROM Microcode, TMC1768, TMC1793
Digits of Capacity:	16, with leading zero-suppression and comma indicators
Decimal Modes:		Floating or Fixed, Selectable at 0-10 digits
Arithmetic Logic:	Arithmetic
Math Functions:		Four Function plus Square Root
Constant:		Yes, Multiply and Divide
Memories:		2 full function, with automatic accumulation modes
Other Features:		Truncate/Round Off/Round Up Switch Selectable
			Backspace Key
Notes:			Monroe's version of Canon's Canola L163
			Monroe marketed the 640, identical to the 650 but without
			 the Square Root key, for $70 less ($595).

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