translator1Model: Pocketronic Canon
Battery:  6*NiCd AA + 7*NiCd 2/3AA

Adapter:  Charger 21
Year: 1972
Chip: TMC1730, TMC1731, TMC1732, SN21893
Manual: icona pdf ITA
Info: made in Japan 

Canon immediately understood the Texas Instruments project started in September 1965 and ended in 1967 of Cal-Tech's potential. Together they developed the Canon Pocketronic, the first calculator based on LSI (Large Scale Scale Integrated) circuits. Three LSI circuits were needed to have a calculation capacity of 12 digits, 8 integers and 4 decimals.The calculator was manufactured in Japan but uses many components produced by Texas Instruments. In addition to the LSI circuits, they used the print head for thermal paper and transistors.

Model: LD-84
Battery:  4 x AA

Adapter:  
Year: 1974
Chip: TMS0801
Manual:
Info: made in Japan 

 

poketronic IIModel: Pocketronic II
Battery:  11 x NiCd AA

Adapter:  CANON ch-1
Year: 1974
Chip: TMS0138, TMS0641
Manual:
Info: made in Japan 
 

Model: LE-81M
Battery:  4 x AA ni-cd 

Adapter:  
Year: 1974
Chip: TMC0655
Manual:
Info: made in Japan 

 

Model: LD-80
Battery:  4 x AA

Adapter:  AD-1
Year: 1974
Chip: TMS0855
Manual:
Info: made in Japan 

 

Model: LD-8M2
Battery: 

Adapter:  
Year: 
Chip: 
Manual:
Info: made in Japan