Prologix GPIB-USB controller converts any computer with an USB port into a GPIB Controller or Device.Designed by prologix, Ships from United States of America
Turn any computer with an USB port into a GPIB controller with this low cost GPIB-USB controller. Use this controller to control, and to download screen plots and data from, Oscilloscopes, Logic An...Read More…
Use this controller to control, and to download screen plots and data from, Oscilloscopes, Logic Analyzers, Spectrum Analyzers and other GPIB enabled instruments.
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"A great product at a very affordable price! For some time, I have had an interest in learning more about GPIB interfacing and all the additional functionality available through the GPIB port on the rear of my test equipment. This GPIB-to-USB controller has given me the chance to pursue that interest, without emptying my pocketbook. After receiving the GPIB-to-USB unit, I was able to quickly repair a non-functioning programmable power supply. Only through the GPIB port, could I have easily seen what was wrong with the supply. Now, I am ready to move on to bigger challenges involving computerized control of my test equipment. Thanks for the exciting new product."
"I have a Tek scope with GPIB, and wanted to automate some measurements. But the NI dongle is $500. So I tried the GBIP-USB card. It uses drivers from FTDI, which installon XP with no problems. In a very short time, I was commanding the scope throughH yperterminal. Totally painless to bring it up. I highly recommend the product."
This GPIB-to-USB dongle plus a plotter emulator software program (7470.EXE by John Miles) will provide a simple, inexpensive way to capture and print screen plots from a variety of GPIB-based test instruments. This is "plug-and-play" functionality at its very best.The usual expense and hassle of dealing with a GPIB port is a thing of the past.Thanks for a great product."
"I have a bunch of older test equipment with GPIB interfaces on them. For a long time I had wanted to set them up with computer control and data capture but the cost of entry for a IEEE-488 to PC interface was prohibitive. This little device looks to your PC like a serial USB device - (your PC already has drivers if you run Windows. Linux has drivers in the latest kernals). Now I can command instruments, then recieve data back to file, plot or process further. Great device!"
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