wall wart for TI-58-C
vp at drexel.edu
Sat Jan 13 23:39:00 CST 2007
ard at p850ug1.demon.co.uk (Tony Duell) wrote:
> Oh yes, IIRC, if yuo put a TI58C on the cradle, it'll work, but you lose
> the contents of the continuous memory if you turn off or unplug the
> cradle from the mains.
Regarding turning off the cradle, it depends on the model number. The PC100A and 100B
models would cut off poewr to calculator when you turned off the cradle (using the
big brown slide switch on its side). The 100C cradle will continue supplying power
to the calculator even when you turn the cradle off. This is documented in the manual
and was done specifically for the 58C.
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