|Re: Lets see your office or lab with the HP stuff in it! I will start...|
Message #49 Posted by RamLab on 23 Oct 2008, 7:21 a.m.,
in response to message #48 by Mark Edmonds
This a small part of the stuff@RamLam.
Lower right corner an HP Titanic (Kayak XA) P2 with the fabulous Registrated version of Jean-Francois Garnier's Emu 71
And the HPIL interface card from Christoph Klug ( A big applause for the two !!!)
On top of the Titanic the #1 HP-71B with HPIL and 2 x 32K (it used to have a CR and Math ROM, but they found a better home) and
The #3 HPIL only (the spare HP-71B).
Upper left corner next to the NI ENET the #2 with HPIL and 2 x 32K. No it is not directly connected the #1 HP 3421A(no battery),
But next to it is a HP 82196A HPIL-HPIB converter. All instruments have a HPIB interface, and trough the HP 196A the HP-71B
can program them.
The combination HP 71B #2 HP-3421A(with battery) is really great when you are logging temperature, or a battery discharge.
It still puts a smile on my face when the 71B wakes up after 5 minutes or more, wakes up the 3421A, the 3421A does a measurement, the 71B stores it plus a timestamp in an Array and both go to sleep again.
When hours later the measurements are done, the 71B is connected to the Titanic, and using the Emu71 the Array is copied to the Output file.
I than use HP Vee 5.0 to turn the data into a graph.