Looking for the Tek 465 of Logic Analysers
Ian S. King
isking at uw.edu
Fri Jun 12 18:34:10 CDT 2015
Yes, the documentation of the HP 1630 series is phenomenal.
On Fri, Jun 12, 2015 at 1:52 PM, tony duell <ard at p850ug1.demon.co.uk> wrote:
> > * The HP 16500B and 16500C use a different '030 based logic board and
> > * Generally anything the "C" can do, the "B" can do and vice versa. The
> > difference between the two is that they switched from HP-HIL peripherals
> > the "B" to standard PS/2 peripherals on the "C", if you want to connect
> > external keyboard and mouse to use in lieu of or in conjunction with the
> > touch screen; depending on what you have in your stash ... I happened to
> > have a bunch of HIL mice and a HIL keyboard so HP-HIL on the "B" doesn't
> > bug me.
> I don't know if it works on these instruments, but there was an interface
> use a quadrature mouse on an HP-HIL system.
> > * IMO, the HP 1630 series and the Biomation K100 are pretty obsolescent
> > ... unless you already have one, or someone local to you is giving you
> > one... I don't think they're really worth the cost of shipping unless you
> > have some nostalgic attachment to a particular instrument.
> As somebody who has both and uses them (and has no later analysers), I have
> to disagree with you there. After all the OP was asking for the 'Tek 465
> of logic
> analysers' which suggests not the latest instruments. The HP1630 and Gould
> are easily fast enough for classic computer work (I've never had
> problems). They
> also seem to be a lot better documented than later analysers (can you get
> schematics of later HPs? I seem to remember they are not in the manuals).
> probe interface is also documented and quite simple. While I recomend only
> getting a LA with the original pods, the ability to make custom pods has
> me on several occasions. The inputs to both those LAs are simple
> ECL signals, easy to hack about with.
Ian S. King, MSIS, MSCS, Ph.D. Candidate
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