Remapping the HP150 keyboard
hp-fix at xs4all.nl
Sun Apr 19 13:52:08 CDT 2009
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> Van: cctalk-bounces at classiccmp.org
> [mailto:cctalk-bounces at classiccmp.org] Namens Tony Duell
> Verzonden: zondag 19 april 2009 19:40
> Aan: cctalk at classiccmp.org
> Onderwerp: Re: Remapping the HP150 keyboard
> > Ok=E9 thanks,
> [HP59401 HPIB analyser]
> > I got the user/service manual, it's handy when fixing the thing.
> Does this manual have any detailed information (ROM dumps,
> state diagrams, etc) on the operation of the various state
> machines in the instrument. It's the only bit I've not
> seriously tried to understand yet.
I'll have the ROM listings, if you want a scan let me know.
No state machines, except a overview diagram.
> > I'll try it out when I'm going to play with the multi-programmer.
> Which multiprogrammer do you have? I have a 6940B with the
> 59500 HPIB interface (I had to make up the interconnecting
> cable, but it's just 50 pin microrions on each end, wired
> straight through) and a good selection of I/O cards.
I've a 6942A multi-programmer and am awaiting some cards and connectors I've
I do have some digital in/output cards, but no A/D cards so I got one on
epay and wait..
> For doing quick tests on HPIB stuff like that, I find the
> handiest thing to used is an HP71B + HPIL interface + HP82169
> HPIL-HPIB translator.
Why this combination and not a HP 9816 or other basic machine with HP-IB ?
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