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vrf Electroglas 1034

Question asked by jbizkitawg.1 on Oct 30, 2007
From what I have gathered there  is a 24 pin connection on the back that is for the "Tester" that a GPIB cable fits into nicely.  All I can find is a schematic of what the pins trigger.  Am I to assume that I fire these pins off from within my vee application?


-----Original Message-----
From: Chrisdgove@aol.com
To: jbizkitawg@aim.com
Sent: Mon, 29 Oct 2007 7:20 pm
Subject: Re: [vrf] Electroglas 1034


Well I could only guess..but the 1034..that brings back some memories...
 
Do you have another program language that is controling it now..
 
Have a look at that?



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