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Date: Fri, 08 Nov 2002 17:31:35 +1100
From: Andrew Tweddle
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Subject: Re: HP1631D GPIB specs?
Organization: Client of Alphalink Australia Pty. Ltd.
Ned Konz wrote:
> I have an (old, of course) HP 1631D logic analyzer/DSO.
> I'd like to use its GPIB connection to connect with my computer. I have a NI
> GPIB<->RS232 interface.
> I have the 1631D "Measurement/Reference Guide" (from Agilent's web site).
> However, I can't find any description of the GPIB usage.
> I also have the 1630 manual, which does have descriptions of the GPIB
> Is the 1631D the same as the 1630 w/r/t the GPIB ?
> If not, does anyone have any information on GPIB on the 1631D?
> Ned Konz
you need the programmers reference. 1630 A/D/G 1631D are all basically
the same machine excepting for the number of probes or Digital scope
option on the D model.
Also the GPIB was used for supporting a 7470 plotter and 9122C disc
The disc drive could be used to load up alternate processor
There was a hard disk option whose number I can't recall. Also almost
any of the different HP drives could be used.
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