The following data sheets are PDF files from the Toshiba Semiconductor web site. Each PDF file averages 800K. While these chips are not used in "classic" calculators, they provide insight into how currently marketed calculators are designed.

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T9790U | 8 digit, 1 memory |

JT6A72-CS | 8 digit, 1 memory |

JT6A73-CS | 8 digit, 1 memory |

T6M14S/JT6M14-CS | 10 digit, 1 memory |

T9947S/JT9947X-AS | 10 digit, 1 memory |

JT7579A-AS | 8 digit |

JT7934A-AS | 8 digit, dual time, snooze, stop watch |

T6M45/JT6M45-AS | 10/12 digit (selectable), 2 memories |

JT6M57-AS | mirror version of T6M45/JT6M45 |

T6M23A/JT6M23A-AS | 12/14 digit (selectable), 2 memories |

T6M72/JT6M72-AS | mirror version of T6M23A/JT6M23A-AS |

T6M74A/JT6M74A-AS | 16 digit, 1 memory |

T6M81A/JT6M81A-AS | mirror version of T6M74A/JT6M74A-AS |

T6A11A/JT6A11AX-AS | 10/12 digit (selectable), 2 memories, tax function |

T6A36S/JT6A36X-AS | 8 digit, 1 memory, tax function |

T6M27S | 8 digit scientific, 27 functions |

T7980S | 8 digit scientific, 45 functions |

T7987A/JT7987AY-CS | 10+2 digit scientific, 67 functions * |

T7988/JT7988Y-AS | 10+2 digit scientific, 67 functions * |

T6M19/JT6M19-AS | 10+2 digit scientific, 67 functions * |

T7942S | 10+2 digit programmable scientific, 129 functions |

* The three 67 function scientific calculator chips appear to be those used in the Hewlett Packard HP-6S and HP-6S Solar, the Texas Instruments TI-34, the Radio Shack EC-4048, and the Datexx DS-700-30Xa. (It is impossible really know for sure, since the chip in each of these calculators in my collection is hidden under a blob of epoxy.) My speculation is that the HP-6S and DS-700-30Xa both use the T7987S, the HP-6S Solar uses the T7988, and the EC-4048 uses the T6M19. Joerg Woerner reports that the TI-34 uses the T7988.

Last updated December 29, 2001