[time-nuts] HP5328A & HP5328B option 040

Magnus Danielson magnus at rubidium.dyndns.org
Thu Apr 23 06:54:13 EDT 2015


When HP step their product version, usually it is some significant 
changes to how the product is built. Some optional/new features 
sometimes get integrated in the process.

I don't know why the TI-averaging feature of the Option 040/041/042 
isn't available in the B version. Could be that when they got that far, 
they felt they had other products providing that feature and it was not 
widely used anyway. There can be many reasons why things get's dropped 
along the path.

Would be fun to have a GPIB interface in the HP5328A. :)


On 04/23/2015 09:20 AM, VK2DAP wrote:
> Dear time-nuts,
> I have a question about the HP5328A and HP5328B universal counters.
> 1) Generally speaking, would it be correct to say that when a product model number changes from A to B, that represents an improvement or major update to a product?
> 2) I am interested in the "delay" option that is mentioned in the user manual for the HP5328A (option 040). My question is simple. Why does this option not feature in the HP5328B, but only as option 040 on the HP5328A?
> My first post on the time-nuts forum. I'm sorry if this question has previously been addressed. I made a search but was unable to find an answer.
> Regards,
> Nick
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