Prologix Gpib to Ethernet (Lan) Controller by Prologix at Pacs BG. MPN: GPIB-ETH. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. For a cost-effective solution to connecting GPIB to a networking connection without sacrificing performance or the features you need, try the
Product Description & Reviews
For a cost-effective solution to connecting GPIB to a networking connection without sacrificing performance or the features you need, try the GPIB-ETHERNET from Prologix.
The GPIB-ETHERNET supports both static IP addresses and dynamic (DHCP) IP and can either be switched to either controller mode or device mode.
Features & Highlights
- Dimensions: 3.25 in. (L) x 2.5 in. (W) x 1.0 in. (H)
- GPIB commands not supported: PARALLEL POLL, PASS CONTROL
- Power: 8-15V DC, 200 mA
- IP configuration: Static and Dynamic (DHCP)
- TCP port: 1234
3.35 x 1.61 x 11.93 inches
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