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PACE TR-10
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PACE TR-10 at the National Cryptologic Museum.
Developer Electronic Associates
Manufacturer Electronic Associates
Product family PACE Series
Type analog computer
Release date 1959[1]
Introductory price $4,000-11,000[1]

Size 16" wide, 24" height, 15" depth
Weight 95LB

Operating Range +/-10V
Components
  • 10 amplifiers
  • Dual Coefficient Pots
  • Quad Coefficient Pots
  • Dual Op-Amp
  • Dual Integrators
  • Multiplier
  • Comperator

The PACE TR-10 was a fully transistorized general-purpose analog computer developed by Electronic Associates in 1959. This was EAI's first and smallest transistorized analog computer. The TR-10 was also the smallest in the PACE family, capable of solving tenth-order differential equations. The TR-10 became well known for its flexibility and robustness.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Small, James. S. The Analogue Alternative: The Electronic Analogue Computer in Britain and the USA, 1930-1975. (2013). Routledge. ISBN 9781134699025.