GPIB


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GPIB

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GPIB

(General Purpose Interface Bus) An IEEE 488 standard parallel interface used for attaching sensors and programmable instruments to a computer. Using a 24-pin connector, up to 15 devices can be daisy chained together. HP's version is the HPIB.


GPIB (IEEE-488) Connectors
GPIB connectors are used to attach sensors and programmable instruments to computer systems.
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