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Tektronix 941
Desktop scientific calculator
Tektronix 941 (from manual)

Produced from 1971 to (?)

(All manuals in PDF format unless noted otherwise)
Manuals – Specifications – Links – Pictures

The Tektronix 941 is a numerical printer for the Cintra/Tektronix 909, 911, and 926 desktop calculators.

Key Specifications

Print format 21 column numerical, including line number, sign, decimal point, exponent, and exponent sign
Paper format 3½" wide roll paper
Printing principle impact
Printout size Column spacing 3.5 mm, line spacing 5.1 mm
Print speed 150 lines per minute
Power 115/230 VAC, 50 W

The 941 printer uses the Seiko EP-101 print engine which was released in 1968 for official timekeeping for the Olympics. The display is printed whenever the equal key is pressed. The printer uses two colors, black for normal and red for errors, which today requires a custom wound ribbon.


Documents Referencing 941

Document Class Title Authors Year Links
Tekscope 1971 V3 N5 Sep 1971.pdf Article The Tektronix Scientist 909 Dave Takagishi 1971