Model DM41L

Model DM41L


The DM41 is a clone of the HP-41CX including a real-time clock but in the housing of the Voyager series. The alphanumeric LCD screen of the HP-41C revolutionized the way a calculator could be used, providing user friendliness (for its time) and expandability (keyboard-unassigned functions could be spelled out alphabetically). By using an alphanumeric display, the calculator could tell the user what was going on, displaying meaningful error messages ('ZERO DIVIDE') instead of simply a blinking zero. It could also prompt the user for explicit arguments ('ENTER RADIUS') instead of just displaying a question mark.


Specification Details
Construction Case made from a sand-blasted Grade 1 Titanium housing, brown anodized and laser engraved
Software ARM microcontroller emulating the NUT processor
Processor LPC1115 32-bit ARM Cortex-M0 microcontroller
Memory 64 kB internal flash, 8kB RAM
Display type Reflective Positive FSTN
Display resolution 132 × 16 pixels
Display active area 69.1 mm × 10.0 mm
Display dot pitch 524 µm × 626 µm
Connectivity (PC) USB Mini-AB port for firmware update and data exchange via CDC
Battery type 1 × CR2032 lithium coin cell, 3.0 volts
Battery life Up to 5 years
Sound 4 kHz resonance frequency Piezo-electric buzzer
Size 129 mm × 79 mm × 13 mm
Weight 150 g
Warranty 5 years