GPIB


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GPIB

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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Optional LAN, GPIB (IEEE488), and isolated analog programming interfaces are also available.
For example, she says, the VISA command to write an ASCII string to a message-based instrument is the same whether the instrument is GPIB, USB, or Ethernet.
Instrument Control works with General Purpose Interface Bus (GPIB) controllers (4) from major vendors (National Instruments, Agilent, Prologix), it supports the RS232 serial port (5), and support for other communication protocols such as Ethernet, USB, or other proprietary protocols can easily be added.
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Models 1256 and 1257 switching systems from Racal are available with an Ethernet 10/100 interface that allows computers to control the switching systems without a GPIB interface.
Using these power meters, more than 1000 readings per second can be made in the burst mode and then output over the general purpose instrument bus (GPIB).
Suitable for a wide variety of applications, Wayne Kerr 6500 Series Precision Impedance Analyzers incorporate USB and PS2 ports, are fully programmable over GPIB, and can be remotely controlled via LAN.
The Model KUSB-488 USB-to-GPIB Interface Adapter transforms any computer with a USB port into a full-function, IEEE 488.2 controller that can control up to 14 programmable GPIB instruments.