|Type:||Programmable scientific calculator|
|Batteries:||Colar cell & GR927|
Successor of the CASIO fx-3600P. It is solar powered but
also has a battery, handy if you want to keep your programs in the dark. Does not
need a lot of light though, it even powered on under the scanner as seen on
the picture above.
Quite a capable little machine, but don't expect a lot on its programmability. It is keystroke programmable with rudimentary flow control (conditionally jump to the start of the program). The maximum lengt of a program is a mere 38 steps.
There is room for two separate programs. Six separate memories accessible using the "Kin" and "Kout" keys, plus normal memory. BASE-n functions, integration and statistical calculations.
Many thanks to Richard Pilkington of the University of Salford for donating this calculator to the museum.
©2023 Ernst Mulder