|Model: ||1208 LC|
|Functions: ||Basic four|
|Number of Digits: ||8|
|Display Type: ||LCD|
|Logic Technology: ||LSI-3|
|IC Complement:||Rockwell 15310 PA
Rockwell 10417 PB (2)
|Tech. Data Level: ||2|
|Tech. Data Source: ||RE|
|Tech. Data Pages: ||1|
This model is notable for very early use of an LCD display.
Too early one might say, all 3 of the units in my possession utilising these displays
have only partially operable displays, bubbles having developed in the liquid crystal.
The same electronics as the
Lloyd's Accumatic 70 but packaged in a different case.
See the Lloyd's 70 for the schematic.
- Unit Log -
|Serial Number: ||11456|
|Year of Manufacture: ||1972 (ICs stamped with ?.)|
|Date of Receipt: ||18 May 2001|
|Source: ||Burnaby V. V.|
|State upon Receipt: ||Missing display window/bezel. LCD display has a bubble in it,
leaving several digits only partially active.|
|Current State: ||Functional except for display bubble (02 Jun 2001).|
|Date: ||02 Jun 2001|
|Procedure: ||Cleaned. Display swapped with that of the Lloyd's Accumatic 70.|
- Unit Log -
|Serial Number: ||10499|
|Year of Manufacture: ||1972 (ICs stamped with 15311:7250, 10417:7308,7308.)|
|Date of Receipt: ||23 Jun 2001|
|Source: ||Vancouver Flea Market|
|State upon Receipt: ||Good physical condition.
LCD display has a bubble in it, all segments are active except for decimal point of digit 2.|
|Current State: ||Fully functional except for decimal point of digit 2 (23 Jun 2001).|
|Date: ||24 Jun 2001|