Rockwell Anita 1432
Power supply - AC mains.
Display is 14 digits, amber gas discharge, Burroughs Panaplex II.
4-function, %, square root, two memories. The sales brochure of the Yugoslavian company Elektronska Industija says of its equivalent model Ei 1432 "Automatic accumulation of operands and results enabling easier and faster calculations of many statistics operations".
Integrated circuit - Rockwell A4540BP, here date coded week 39 of 1974.
250 mm x 195 mm x 58 mm (9.8" x 7.7" x 2.3").
Sumlock Anita Ltd.
Made in England
The circuit board is stamped "10 FEB 75".
Close up of the keyboard. The slide switch second from left at the top provides the "Automatic accumulation of operands and results enabling easier and faster calculations of many statistics operations"
The interior of the 1432, showing the Panaplex II gas discharge display and the Rockwell chip. There are also 29 discrete transistors. This machine was designed with room for rechargeable cells, top left, should a version needing them ever be required.
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