HP-IB


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HP-IBHewlett-Packard Interface Bus
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HP 1664A 34-channel logic analyzer with 4,600 HP-IB, RS-232 and Centronics port
HP 1663C 34-channel logic analyzer with 290MB 5,900 hard drive, HP-IB, RS-232 and Centronics port
HP 1662C 68-channel logic analyzer with 290MB 7,900 hard drive, HP-IB, RS-232 and Centronics port
HP 1661C 102-channel logic analyzer with 290MB 9,900 hard drive, HP-IB, RS-232 and Centronics port
HP 1660C 136-channel logic analyzer with 290MB 11,900 hard drive, HP-IB, RS-232 and Centronics port
HP 1663CS 34-channel logic analyzer with built-in 12,400 two-channel oscilloscope, 290MB hard drive, HP-IB, RS-232 and Centronics port
The HP E3631A is the only power supply that combines the HP-IB and RS-232 interfaces into one low-cost product for manufacturing and research-and-development engineers.
HP was able to incorporate HP-IB and RS-232 interfaces by leveraging technology from other HP products.
In 1977, HP developed the HP-IB interface (Hewlett-Packard-Interface Bus), which enabled HP plotters to work with many HP devices.
The throughput of the HP 54750A scope is two to three times faster than any competitive high-bandwidth scope, acquires and displays more than 70 waveforms-per-second, digitizes and passes 28 waveforms-per-second across HP-IB and performs up to 40 measurements per second on the signal under examination.