DATAMATH CALCULATOR MUSEUM
CAL-Q-TAX calculator by Texas Instruments
|Date of introduction:||1984||Display technology:||LED-stick|
|New price:||Display size:||10 (8 + 2)|
|Size:|| 6.4" x 3.2" x
162 x 81 x 37 mm3
|Weight:||8.5 ounces, 240 grams||Serial No:|
|Batteries:||BP1A||Date of manufacture:|
|AC-Adapter:||AC9131||Origin of manufacture:||USA|
|Precision:||13||Integrated circuits:||TMC0501E, TMC0582, TMC0583, TMC0571, 2*TMC0598|
|Program steps:||480-0||Courtesy of:||Kirk B. Muri|
The innovative TI-58 was the perfect base for a lot of customized calculators. The idea behind these products was the novelty of the Solid State Software Modules™ with up to 5000 program steps.
The CAL-Q-TAX application was developed by the Bureau of National Affairs, Inc., Washington D.C. in 1984 to calculate Estate and Gift Taxes. Compared to the usual drop-in modules this calculator uses an extender developed by Hand Held Products.
Don't miss the incotax
application using the same extender for the module.
Compare it with a similar product by the insurance companies Agrippina, Allianz, Lloyd, LVM, Nordstern and Victoria or the Bossard screwing joint calculator. Even the French carmaker Chrysler-Simca used the TI-58, don't miss the Chrysler Credicavia. Don't miss the USMC HARRIER flight computer based on the TI-58 calculator, too.
A colorful calculator appeared with the Pool Water Analysis module.
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© Joerg Woerner, December 5, 2001. No reprints without written permission.