Another update on Scasagrande’s project, GPIBUSB Adapter rev4: After working closely with a few individuals it was discovered that some of the pre-existing GPIB software (such as KE5FX’s tools) has some hardcoded serial port settings, one of which being the use of hardware flow control. After getting builds of the software tools with these disabled, some […]
Steven Casagrande posted an update on his open source hardware GPIB USB adapter: After many days, I just finished off firmware version 5 for my adapter. This is probably my biggest update yet. A lot of people asked for compatibility with the Prologix commands so that’s what I focused on. Here is an overview of the […]
A followup to the GPIB USB Adapter. Steven demonstrates how to use his adapter in two different software environments the Ubuntu 13.10 + Python + InstrumentKit and the Win7 + Terminite. Via the forum.
scasagrande shared his GPIBUSB Adapter rev3 in the project log forum: This past weekend I finally finished up the third major revision of my GPIBUSB adapter board. Major hardware changes include swapping the pull-up resistors for the proper GPIB line drivers, as well as swapping the FT232RL for the newer FT230X. There is a number of software […]
Asgard shared another project the GeePibber, an IEEE-488 (GPIB / HPIB) to USB adapter in the project log forum: This project is an IEEE-488 (GPIB / HPIB) to USB adapter. I need this because I recently acquired an ancient (but so am I) logic analyzer/oscilloscope which uses only the GPIB to read out and load the […]