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Subject: Re: gpib device
From: Maren Purves <m.purves@jach.hawaii.edu>
Date: Mon, 10 May 1999 07:46:10 -1000
Bill,

question, as I'm looking into GPIB-Ethernet or GPIB-RS232 'converters'
at the moment: does the HP-2050A support secondary addressing?
We need to be able to connect remotely as well as have secondary 
addressing.

Thanks,

Maren

Bill Brown wrote:
> We're now using the HP-2050A Ethernet-GPIB bridge, using the software
> written by Ben Franksen.  It's cheaper than a 1014, and it gives us a
> lot
> fewer problems.  It uses the same device support modules for GPIB
> devices
> as the 1014; the driver and device support are layerd in a manner very
> similar
> to Johns' 1014 code.  The "pain of transition" really is minimal.
> Another nice
> feature is that since it talks to the ioc via the network, the unit can
> be in remote
> location, which has come in handy for us a few times.


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