|PACE TR-48 at the Computer History Museum, SAP Collection|
|Product family||PACE Series|
|Size||20" wide, 25-3/8" High, 34-3/16" Long|
The PACE TR-48 was a fully transistorized general-purpose analog computer developed by Electronic Associates in 1961. The TR-48 was marketed as a desktop analog computer, and was aimed to fill the gap between the smaller and popular TR-10 and the larger 231R system. The unit originally sold for $25,000. At the time, the TR-48 was considered the best general purpose analog computer on the market.
The TR-48 was an early general-purpose analog computer that was large and powerful enough to solve most engineering problems and still be located in the laboratory itself. Mostly thanks to its simple design and flexibility, it did not require any special maintenance or specialized staff. It was also powered using an ordinary electrical outlet, required no special power requirements
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