Developed in 1974, it may be a stretch to categorise the Elektronika B3-02 as an EKVM. Unlike its bulky cousin, the Elektronika-155, this was a desktop calculator of comparative elegance.
While able to handle range of economic and accountancy calculations like the Iskra-210 and Elektronika-155, the Elektronika could also deal with both whole and fractional numbers.
The decimal point on the Elektronika-155 is fixed, meaning that the first input dictates the maximum number of digits allowed in the integral parts of the subsequent numbers.
The Elektronika has an eight-digit vacuum fluorescent display. When a number is entered or a result is generated which exceeds eight digits, the EKVM switches to OVERFLOW mode, displayed by a “П” sign. To skip this, the operator has to press the “СК” or “С” button.
The Elektronika weighs just 1.2 kg, with dimensions of 240×173.5×69 mm.
Source: EKVM datasheet
Weight: 1.2 kg
Dimensions: 240×173.5×69 mm