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aml Distributors Ltd., of AML House, 72 Green Lanes, London N13 6BE, was formed in 1971. Specialising in electronic calculators it was the UK distributor for Hitachi calculators, was associated with Tealtronic Calculators Ltd., and marketed hand-held calculators labelled with its own aml name[1].

 

Known aml models:

aml LE-8 "TRAVELLER"

aml  LE-8C

aml LE-8 "TRAVELLER"

9v (6x AA batteries).

Display is 8 digits red LED (of unusually large size).

4-function.

70 x 141 x 35 mm (2.75" x 5.6" x 1.4").

Made in Japan.

The casing resembles that of the Teal LE-8 "President".

aml LE-8C

aml LE-8C

aml LE-8C

6v (4x AA batteries).

Display is 8 digits, green vacuum-fluorescent in a single tube.

4-function, %, memory.

Integrated circuit - Texas Instruments TMS0603 (here date coded week 5 of 1975).

74 x 140 x 30 mm (3.0" x 5.5" x 1.2").

Made in Japan.

With the front cover removed, showing the tubular vacuum-fluorescent display and the Texas Instruments TMS0603 calculator integrated circuit.

aml M-48

aml M-48

aml M-48

6v (4x AA batteries).

Display is 8 digits, green vacuum-fluorescent in a single tube.

4-function, %, memory, square root.

77 x 140 x 30 mm (3.0" x 5.5" x 1.2").

Made in Japan.

References

  1. Milton, R., Beaumont, A.J. (1974), Electronic Calculator Markets and Suppliers, 2nd. ed., Finresearch Series, London: Ovum, p97.

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