[volt-nuts] Data Proof 160A

Will willvolts at gmail.com
Fri Mar 8 02:54:23 EST 2013

The GPIB board is a discrete logic mess of monostables and RC time
constants. The old version 160A works with ancient HP and TEK
computers but usually not with modern GPIB controllers. Timing issues?

A01 = channel 1 line A ON
B05 = channel 5 line B ON
A00 = line A reset

2013/3/4, Andy Bardagjy <andy at bardagjy.com>:
> Folks, there's a seller on ebay who has a few Data Proof 160A low thermal
> emf relay scanners (with either binding posts or wires). I just bought one
> with "make an offer" for quite a bit less than the asking price.
> http://www.ebay.com/itm/200884982172
> http://www.ebay.com/itm/251219202428
> I've sent an email to Data Proof inquiring about a manual / programming
> guide / specs etc, until they respond, anybody know anything about these?
> How similar are they to the 160B?
> Will be great for automated testing while burning in references, etc.
> Andy Bardagjy
> bardagjy.com
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