DATAMATH CALCULATOR MUSEUM
Texas Instruments TI-2000 Time Manager
|Date of introduction:||1982||Display technology:||LCD|
$25 (October 1981)
|Size:|| 4.6" x 2.6" x
116 x 66 x 9 mm3
|Weight:||1.9 ounces, 54 grams||Serial No:|
|Batteries:||2*LR43||Date of manufacture:||wk 44 year 1981|
|AC-Adapter:||Origin of manufacture:||USA (ATA)|
|Program steps:||Courtesy of:||Joerg Woerner|
|Download manual:||(US: 2.3 MByte)|
TI-2000 Time Manager integrated in the sleek housing of the TI-1750-III
a clock, two 24-hour alarms and a stopwatch with 1/10 of one second resolution.
The Time Manager was sold together with its own smoked-acrylic desk stand to do calculations, check time, job notes and appointments at the desk.
Instead the usual 7-segment layout of the LC-Display to build the digits 0..9, the Time Manager added some segments to displays even a limited set of characters.
The printed circuit board (PCB) of the Time Manager gives a rare combination of an Enhanced C-MOS calculator chip of the TP0456 architecture developed for scientific calculators like the TI-55-II and the small housing of the Basic Calculators. Please notice the shrinked housing of the Integrated Circuit (IC) compared to its standard size found e.g. in the LOGpit.
It took another five years before the paper appointment pads were replaced with an electronic memory. Don't miss the Mini Data Bank.
From the sales box:
The pocket-size clock/calculator
On your desk at the office.
The Time Manager CLOCK/CALCULATOR is so compact you'll
never even notice it's there. Until you need it.
At home by the phone.
The Time Manager comes in handy for a variety of household chores. Time phone calls and cooking recipes. Set the alarms as reminders to pick up the kids and start dinner. Add up bills, balance the checkbook, total your purchases. This handy clock/calculator is as versatile as it is practical.
Slip the Time Manager into your pocket, and you're off. The Time Manager CLOCK/CALCULATOR is a handy way to keep track of time and do on-the-spot calculations anytime, anywhere. Alpha-numeric prompting makes reseting to a new time zone easy.
© Texas Instruments Incorporated, 1982.
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© Joerg Woerner, June 5, 2005. No reprints without written permission.