Specifications for Sharp PC-1001

Manufacturer: Sharp Corporation
Model Number: PC-1001
Serial Number: 37003609
Introduction: 1972
Date of Manufacture: September, 1973
Manufactured In: Japan
Original Price: $575
Weight: 2 1/2 Pounds
Size: 5 1/2" Wide, 8 1/2" Deep, 2 1/2" High
Power Requirement: 8 Watts, 120VAC 60Hz
Display Technology: 12 Individual 8-segment Vacuum Fluorescent Display Tubes, Right Hand Decimal Point
Two Specialized Vacuum Fluorescent Sign/Memory Status Tubes
Two LED Status Indicators
Logic Technology: Five chip Rockwell PPS-4 Microprocessor System
 10660: Rockwell PPS-4 Microprocessor Chip
 10432: Random Access Memory, 256 x 4
 10696: General Purpose Input/Output Chip
 A0519: Custom Mask Programmed 1K x 8 ROM (Firmware)
 A0520: Custom Mask Programmed 1K x 8 ROM (Firmware)
 10760: Clock Generation IC
 74154/9311: SSI TTL 4-bit Binary to 1-of-16 Demultiplexer
Digits of Capacity: 10 Significant Digits, 2-Digit Exponent (-99 to +99)
Left to Right Digit Entry
Decimal Modes: Floating or Normalized Scientific Notation (Switch Selectable)
No trailing zero suppression
Arithmetic Logic: Arithmetic
Math Functions: Comprehensive; Standard Trig, Hyperbolic Trig, Exponential, Logarithms, Square Root
Constant: Automatic on all four functions
Memories: Eight, with store, add, recall & clear
Programmable: Yes, Learn Mode, 64 Step Program Memory
Linear only, no branch or conditional instructions
Notes: First calculator to utilize Rockwell PPS-4 Microprocessor

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