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Currently under the curved table next to the soldering area.
 
Currently under the curved table next to the soldering area.
  
Probably much nicer than the [[Equipment/HP1650A|older]] logic analyser, and more complete (it has more probes). Currently untested - anyone got something digital they want reverse engineered?
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A newer nicer unit than the [[Equipment/HP1650A|older]] logic analyser, and more complete (it has more probes). Currently untested - anyone got something digital they want reverse engineered?
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It has 102 state and timing channels, has PS2 ports for a standard PC mouse and keyboard and has a internal hard disk. It has a sticker indicating it was last calibrated in 2002.
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This unit is fitted with the Ethernet option (Option 15) which allows FTP access and remote control via an X11 front-end using an Xserver.
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[[Media:01660-97017.pdf|There is an extensive User Guide for it here]]
  
 
Some pictures here:
 
Some pictures here:
  
 
http://www.flickr.com/photos/hllns/8446121470/in/photostream/
 
http://www.flickr.com/photos/hllns/8446121470/in/photostream/

Revision as of 22:15, 5 February 2013

Currently under the curved table next to the soldering area.

A newer nicer unit than the older logic analyser, and more complete (it has more probes). Currently untested - anyone got something digital they want reverse engineered?

It has 102 state and timing channels, has PS2 ports for a standard PC mouse and keyboard and has a internal hard disk. It has a sticker indicating it was last calibrated in 2002.

This unit is fitted with the Ethernet option (Option 15) which allows FTP access and remote control via an X11 front-end using an Xserver.

There is an extensive User Guide for it here

Some pictures here:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/hllns/8446121470/in/photostream/