[time-nuts] PTS synthesizers
djl at montana.com
Thu Feb 9 05:57:57 UTC 2012
I forgot to add that I traced out the switch socket on the rear of my
250 unit; each decade socket has four color coded lines that are 4-line
BCD and the corresponding switch is needed. I've forgotten if the common
from the switches goes to ground or to plus. I think that if a IEEE488
bus connector is present that the decades will also be BCD based.
> I had a web page up with PTS info that I had gathered, corrected (some),
> and consolidated for multiple devices in one doc.
> I got an email from PTS requesting I remove the documents. I now have a
> place holder page recommending people look for HP test equipment rather
> than PTS. PTS doesn't share HP's (now Agilent) openness about sharing
> -Rex, KK6MK
> On 2/8/2012 2:57 PM, GandalfG8 at aol.com wrote:
>> I still haven't had time yet to try your remote interface, which I
>> others here might also find very interesting, but I have completed
>> scans of my X10 and PTS250 manuals and will be making those available
>> as soon
>> as I've finished processing the images.
>> In a message dated 08/02/2012 22:11:29 GMT Standard Time,
>> wlfuqu00 at uky.edu
>> I am new to the list and would like to know if anyone has a list of
>> suffixes (options) for PTS synthesizers. There seem to be a number of
>> that are not in their catalog.
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