Specifications for Monroe 770

Manufacturer:		Monroe International
Model Number:		770
Serial Number:		Two Units in museum
			 Late '67 Unit: M-01451, Delivered  3/18/68
			 Late '68 Unit: M-9138,  Delivered 11/17/69
Date of Manufacture:	Late 1967(Date Code 4367), Late 1968(Date Code 3368)
Manufactured In:	West Germany (Olympia A.G.)
Original Price:		$1350
Weight:			35 Pounds
Size:			14" Wide, 18 1/2" Deep, 8 1/2" High
Power Requirement:	80 Watts, 115VAC
Display Technology:	Nixie Tube, 15 Telefunken ZM1080 tubes
			Discrete Neon Decimal Point Indicators
			Incandescent Overflow, Sign and Memory Active Indicators
Logic Technology:	All Transistor (Valvo & Telefunken Transistors)
			Core Memory Register Storage,
			 6 Planes of 64 bits (384 bits total)
Digits of Capacity:	15, No zero-suppression.
                         30 digits available for multiplication results.
Decimal Modes:		Full floating
Arithmetic Logic:	Algebraic
Math Functions:		Four Function
Constant:		Automatic on Multiply and Divide
Memories:		3.  One store/recall, two accumulator.
Other Features:		Shift Right/Round Off Function Key
Notes:			OEM'd from Olympia A.G., in Germany.
			 Olympia's version of this machine was the RAE 4/30-3

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