Product number (P/N): TMK204,
Date of intro: 1967, Origin: Poland (List), Dimensions: 460x410x190mm, Weight: 15000g,
Display: Type = Display (Nixie) (List),
Number of keys: 27,
Classification: / Desktop with Display,
Featuring: Logic-technology: Transistor,
Related with: ELWRO_docu: (Broch.) TMK204,
Collector value: 9.5/10,
Courtesy of: KREZEL Krzysztof,
Info: In 1964, a construction team was set up with Zbigniew Krukowski as the head of the team that was to deal with the construction and implementation of the first Polish electronic calculator for production.
It was to be built on the basis of Polish silicon transistors and other components manufactured in the country.
In 1967 TMK-204, the first Polish electronic calculator, was built,
in which, apart from Polish silicon transistors, UNITRA-DOLAM digitron lamps were used to display results.
Apart from the four basic activities, it had the functions of power, square root and percent calculation.
Only 200 pieces were produced.
Later, a slightly improved version TMK-104 was produced, also in the amount of 200 copies, but in 1972 the production of these devices was completed. Unfortunately, these machines were rather unreliable.
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