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vrf LAN/GPIB

Question asked by VRFuser on Oct 20, 2006
We have been using the E5810 LAN to GPIB converters for several years now. Several advantages:
 
1. All computers now have built in Lan. No cards to buy.
2. The Lan RJ-45 connector positively locks. USB doesn't.
3. Can mix and match with some GPIB instruments and some Lan instruments.
4. Large separation of Computer and instruments is no problem. 100 meters is our typical separation.
5. E5810 even has a serial port that we use to read the time from a GPS to set the PC clock. A bonus for us, as the GPS is used for the frequency reference for the instruments at our remote locations.

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