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Facit C1-13 (Metzen)

1 machine data

Computer type .......: Four species machine
Manufacturer .......: Facit
Model ...........: C1-13
Designer .....: Rudin, Karl Viktor
Designer .........: including Sigvard Bernadotte
Place, country ........: Sweden, partly Germany
Produced .......: from 1957 to ...
System ...........: Split sprocket wheel
Arithmetic unit .......: Simplex machine
Number of digits ......: 9 x 8 x 13
Input with ......: two-row numeric keypad
Output with ......: display
Drive ..........: hand crank
Delete entry ..: manual, total / lever
Delete works ....: manually, individually / lever
Calculation process .....: without automatic
Value processing: 2-stage
Color (s) ........: blue-gray, beige, also two-tone variants
.................: Green from 1956 - 1957
.................: from 1957 first "Wiking gray", then other gray variants
Material .........: Die-cast aluminum housing, steel
Dimensions. (WxDxH) .....: 31 x 21 x 15 cm (with controls)
Weight ..........: 6.49 kg
Variants ........: As Facit C 1-19 with 10x10x19 digits
.................: Also called "Odhner C1-13"
.................: With fully automatic division: Facit CS1-13 or Odhner CS1-13

2 description

Special features ...: input display
.................: Without retransmission
Serial numbers ....: A-268926, A-282227, 587890, 765198, 2346479, ...
(the numbers with A -... come from the factory in Düsseldorf)

3 picture gallery

Facit C 1-13 (Image: Haertel)

Facit C1-13, SN: A-268926 (Image: B. Reich)


The machine A-268926 was manufactured in Germany by Facit GmbH, Düsseldorf.
It bears the number 428140 on the inside of the chassis

"Odhner" C1-13 by Facit (1962; Leipälä)

C1-13 in the design from 1960 to 1964 (page number A-282227, Kirchhof)

Facit C1-13

Facit C1-13 (SN: 2326889; approx. 1968; Denker)


4 brochures

Facit C1-13 brochure 1957 (1)

Facit C1-13 brochure 1957 (2)


Facit C1-13 brochure 1957 (3)

Facit C1-13 brochure 1957 (4)


Facit C1-13 brochure 1962 (1)

Facit C1-13 brochure 1962 (2)


5 literature

Hennemann 1953 pp. 56 - 61

6 patents

7 web links

8 notes


Page completed by: Reich 00:49, Jun 24, 2010 (CEST)
Image supplemented by Th.K. 19:31, Sep 24, 2018 (CEST)

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