DATAMATH CALCULATOR MUSEUM
Texas Instruments TI-5332
|Date of introduction:||1989||Display technology:||Fluorescent|
|New price:||Display size:||12|
|Size:||10.6" x 8.5" x 2.4"||Printer technology:||Impact red/black|
|Weight:||5 pounds||Serial No:||102401|
|Batteries:||Date of manufacture:|
|AC-Adapter:||220 V||Origin of manufacture:||Japan|
|Precision:||12||Integrated circuits:||NEC uPD7519G-A05|
|Memories:||1 + 1|
|Program steps:||Courtesy of:||Joerg Woerner|
Texas Instruments introduced in 1989 with the TI-5332 and its sibbling TI-5322 two heavy-duty desktop printer / display calculators. Main differences between the two calculators is the 12-digit display. While the TI-5322 sports a traditional design, introduced the TI-5332 a novel, tiltable display for a more convenient reading position in POS applications.
Dismantling the TI-5322 reveals no big surprises, the printed circuit board (PCB) is centered around a NEC uPD7519G 4-bit single-chip microcomputer. We know this device already from the TI-5310 introduced in 1983. The uPD7519G is a member of the uPD7500 series and matches perfect the requirements of a printing desktop calculator:
|4k Byte program memory|
|256 x 4 bit data memory|
|Integrated drivers for VF-Displays|
|7.63 us instruction cycle time @ 4.19 MHz crystal frequency|
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© Joerg Woerner, July 7, 2009. No reprints without written permission.