These are some common tools used to work on this device. You might not need every tool for every procedure.
If you need help with the Texas Instruments TI-5130, please refer to the the troubleshooting page.
Background & Identification ¶
Texas Instruments TI-5130 is an electric calculator that was manufactured in 1985, along with the TI-5140. The TI-5130 is UL (Underwriters Laboratories) certified, meaning that it has undergone product safety testing. Both the TI-5130 and TI-5140 have the same internal and external design excluding the display and calculator chip that powers the displays. The TI-5130 has a 10-digit display and blue and gray keys. The TI-5140 differs because of a 12-digit display and orange and grey keys. Each calculator has a serial number that can be found on the back of the calculator.
In 1986 Texas Instruments released the successor to the TI-5130, called TI-5130 II.
Manufacturer: Texas Instruments
Made in Japan
Additional Information ¶
To find out more about the manufacturer visit Texas Instruments homepage.
For more information you can visit the Datamath Calculator Museum online.
To learn how to reload paper for your TI-5130 visit How to load paper in 10 key adding machine for Texas Instrument?