Fwd: Re: IEEE-488 (was Re: Tek 4041)

From: Ethan Dicks <ethan_dicks_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Wed Jul 28 19:53:56 1999

--- Brad Ackerman <bsa3_at_cornell.edu> wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 28, 1999 at 02:51:22PM -0700, Ethan Dicks wrote:
> > On that front, I've got a couple of older 8-bit IEEE cards that I would
> > love to find out information on...
> >
> > They're National Instruments cards (over 10 years old!), p/n 180212-01,

> I've got about 5k pages of NI docs, but nothing on that part. The
> closest I could find is the GPIB-PCII(A), part numbers 180100-02 and
> 180210-0[12]. Your part seems to be a later revision of the PCIIA.

18212-01 is the number in copper on the back. 180210-0 is the number in
silk-screen ink on the front. Bingo!

> I've scanned in the install docs in TIFF compressed format and put
> them at <http://tam.cornell.edu/~bsa3/gpib-docs.tar.gz>.

Thanks. Got 'em.

> Unfortunately, I can't seem to find any of the driver disks other than
> for OS/2. If I find the DOS version, I'll let you know. The card
> should be supported by the Linux GPIB subsystem without any problems.

I don't need OS/2 or DOS. Linux is *just* fine. Thanks for the assist.


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Received on Wed Jul 28 1999 - 19:53:56 BST

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