[time-nuts] Convert Stanford Research SR620 time-interval counter to SR625 ???
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Wed Dec 3 18:42:38 EST 2014
On Wed, Dec 3, 2014 at 3:54 PM, David I. Emery <die at dieconsulting.com>
> Do you have any rough number as to what they charged you for
> this ?
The price at the SRS store is $150. A great deal compared to $100 for a
manual or heatsink.
Granted the board is a bit more complex than a DE-9 and a couple of BNC
connectors. I just looked at the retail for a PRS-10 and got over it.
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