Electronic analogue computer, Heathkit Electronic Educational Analogue Computer EC-1, metal / plastic / glass, made by Heathkit Company Incorporated, Benton Harbor, Michigan, United States of America. 1960s
This electronic analogue computer was widely used in industry to train computer programmers and engineers, and in schools and colleges for teaching engineering, physics and mathematics. It is self-contained with the required power supplies, oscillators and an assortment of electronic components for setting up computer problems.
The EC-1 is an early analogue computer. It was designed for educational purposes in the 1950s, and was introduced in 1960.