DATAMATH CALCULATOR MUSEUM
Texas Instruments TI-2510
|Date of introduction:||October 1973||Display technology:||LED modules + lens|
|New price:||$59.95||Display size:||8|
|Size:|| 5.5" x 3.0" x 1.7"
139 x 76 x 42 mm3
|Weight:||6.7 ounces, 191 grams||Serial No:||2510065153|
|Batteries:||4*AA Alkaline||Date of manufacture:|
|AC-Adapter:||AC9120||Origin of manufacture:||USA|
|Program steps:||Courtesy of:||Stefan Klaes|
|Download manual:||(US: 1.4M Bytes)|
Datamath TI-2510 could be easily distinguished from the other members of the
Datamath family. This one is colored in a lighter beige compared to the
Another great difference to the original TI-2500 Version 3 design is the absence of rechargeable batteries.
Dismantling both the TI-2500 Version 3 and TI-2510 reveals immediately one
important difference - a switch in the battery compartment to disconnect the
Exploring the TI-2510 is quite interesting, the printed circuit board (PCB) sports two mystery holes, an unknown Power Supply circuit SN27720 and an unique PCB designation 30614E.
With the introduction of the TI-2500B the original TI-2510 was updated internally and received an identical printed circuit board (PCB). Don't miss the later TI-2510.
Read more about Texas Instruments' "Calculator-on-a-Chip".
A more detailed comparison between the ten known Datamath Versions could be found here.
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© Joerg Woerner, July 22, 2004. No reprints without written permission.