[time-nuts] R: Re: Racal Dana 1992 universal counter

iovane at inwind.it iovane at inwind.it
Thu Jan 22 17:06:53 EST 2015

I' ve used for a while a National Instruments RS232-GPIB converter with my two 
1992s using the military language. I wrote my programs myself in QuickBasic 
under MS-DOS on a laptop. The whole thing worked quite well. Indeed I had a 
vague info that the counter could be switched to standard GPIB but I was never 
able to do the maneuver, neither did I ever have confirmation from this list 
that someone actually succeeded doing this.

Antonio I8IOV

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>Ogg: Re: [time-nuts] Racal Dana 1992 universal counter
>I forgot to mention   -- the 1992 has a jumper that selects
>between vanilla GPIB and a special Air Force ATE standard.
>Mine came with the Air Force setting.
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