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REAC 100 - Reeves Instrument
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REAC 100
REAC, 1949, NASA's Ames Research Center.jpg
NASA Ames' first electronic computing machine, REAC 100
Developer Reeves Instrument
Manufacturer Reeves Instrument
Product family REAC Series
Type analog computer
Release date 1947

  • 18 Op-Amp
  • 10 integrators
  • 10 summers
  • 10 inverters
  • 25 pots
  • 5 servomultipliers

The REAC 100 was an analog computer manufactured and developed by Reeves Instrument in 1947.The REAC 100 was the first of the REAC family and the first commercial electronic analog computer in the world.

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