Sharp EL-506P Calculator (non-programmable)

General specifications
Type Calculator (non-programmable)
Production years 1985 - -
New price EUR 12.00
Operating system n.a.
Chipset/CPU -
I/O -
Performance index 0
Entry method Algebraic with precedence
Precision 11 digits
Advanced functions

Forensic result 9.0000278593

Calculator (non-programmable): Sharp EL-506P
Programming model Not applicable
Programming features

Program display Not applicable
Program editing Not applicable
Data 1 numbers
Functions + - ^
Type LCD
Size 10 (8+2) digits
LWH 691279 mm
Weight 70 g
Batteries 2G13
External power -
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This is actually the first calculator I ever owned. I bought it for 25 Guilders (about 12,00) back in 1985. It looks quite battered and worn, but it still works. It even still runs on the original batteries, that's 27 years!

I'm not completely sure Sharp is the manufacturer, but I've seen very similar calculators named EL-506P in other collections that were made by Sharp. It must at least be an OEM version with Sharp under the covers.


Calculator (non-programmable): Sharp EL-506P

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2 Responses so far


Guess you're right. Hex/oct/bin is missing from mine :)
Thanks for the info
January 17th, 2010
Sure your EL-506P is not a Sharp it's a Fake calculator (probably made in China) and a bad one too : where are the hex functions ?
January 16th, 2010