Specifications for SCM Cogito 414

Manufacturer: Marchant Electronics/Smith-Corona Marchant Divison of SCM Corp.
Model Number: Cogito 414
Serial Number: 71101118
Introduction: April 23, 1969
Date of Manufacture: Est. Mid-1970
Manufactured In: USA, Oakland, California
Original Price: $895 (at introduction)
Weight: 8 Pounds
Size: 11 1/2" Wide, 10 1/2" Deep, 5" High
Power Requirement: 15 Watts, 115VAC 50/60Hz
Display Technology: Nixie Tube, 14 Burroughs B5750S, Right Hand Decimal
Incandescent Overflow and Negative Indication
Logic Technology: Eight Custom American Micro-systems, Inc. (AMI)-manufactured Large Scale ICs
Logic Design 2 1/2-year joint effort between SCM and AMI
Digits of Capacity: 14, Leading and Trailing Zeroes Dimmed
Decimal Modes: Fixed, Keyboard Selectable 0-9 digits behind decimal
Arithmetic Logic: Unusual accumulator-style addition/subtraction
Capable of summing products/quotients in accumulator ([=+] key)
Math Functions: Four Function
Constant: Automatic constant retained on all four functions, even after [CLEAR]
Memories: None

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Related Machines: SCM Cogito 412
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Other Information: Introduction Article, NY Times, 24-Apr-69
US Patent #3,622,768: Dual Key Depression for Decimal Position Selection

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