DATAMATH CALCULATOR MUSEUM
|The charger craddle
of the LE-10 is really big compared with the calculator.
charging time the craddle works as a comfortale stand
of the LE-10.
the LE-10 reveals a compact arrangement of three
different printed circuit
boards (PCB's) and the keyboard assembly.
|Two of the
PCB's use edge connectors and could be
easily removed from the chassis.
|The main PCB
with the hybride display-
drivers and a discrete DC/DC converter.
|The Canon LE-10 uses the
TMS1824, TMS1825 chip set
known from the L100A. It was developed in the same
era as the later single-chip calculator IC TMS1802.
|The tiny display
board holds 11 small
7-segment modules made by TI.
|The sealed NiCd
battery pack of the LE-10.
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© Joerg Woerner, February 18, 2003. No reprints without written permission.