Logic Analyser Advice

William Maddox wmaddox at pacbell.net
Fri Sep 9 20:41:27 CDT 2016

On the 1630 series, the active logic is all in the pods.  The connectors on the flywires are proprietary HP parts with a mechanical latch to lock them into the pods. but I've seen multiple mentions in discussion groups of folks using stock Molex connectors to connect to the pods.

      From: Ian S. King <isking at uw.edu>
 To: rob at jarratt.me.uk; General Discussion: On-Topic and Off-Topic Posts <cctalk at classiccmp.org> 
 Sent: Friday, September 9, 2016 6:04 PM
 Subject: Re: Logic Analyser Advice
Do you have the grey rectangular bits that plug into the pods?  If not,
you're pretty much screwed - they are (were) a proprietary part.

I have a 1630G and I really like it, but I held out until I could find one
with the bits that plug into the pods, since they are unobtainium.

On Fri, Sep 9, 2016 at 2:53 PM, Rob Jarratt <robert.jarratt at ntlworld.com>

> I finally managed to pick up a logic analyser for a price I could justify.
> It is a HP1630G and it comes with a number of pods. However the pods do not
> seem to have the actual wires/probes. Is there a separate part number for
> these that I should look for. There seem to be quite a few items like this:
> http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/291753390848, are these likely to be suitable
> alternatives?
> Thanks
> Rob

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