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   GPIB Controller / Interface Board       GPIB controllers are interface boards that control the flow of information on the bus. They instruct GPIB instruments to talk or to listen, and respond to service requests from devices in the GPIB network. A single GPIB controller can control up to 14 GPIB instruments. For applications that involve the control of 15 or more instruments, an expander is needed. 
   GPIB Converter       GPIB converters translate data from one bus type to another.  For instance, an RS232-to-GPIB converter translates serial commands generated by the RS232 interface into GPIB commands. Many GPIB converters are also GPIB controllers. 
   GPIB Extender       GPIB extenders remove the restrictions on cable length specified in IEEE 488 (GPIB) while maintaining optimal performance (i.e., maximum data rate).  IEEE 488 standards specify that the total cable length of a GPIB system cannot exceed 20 meters. By using a GPIB extender, however, it is possible to extend the cable length to several kilometers without lowering the overall performance of the system. 
   GPIB Expander / Isolator       GPIB expanders allow a system to interface with more than the maximum number of devices specified in the IEEE 488.1 standard.  According to IEEE 488, a GPIB system cannot interface with more than 14 electrical devices. A GPIB expander increases the maximum number of devices that can be connected to the GPIB network. 
   GPIB Switch       GPIB switches enable several GPIB controllers to share one or more GPIB devices, or they allow a single GPIB controller to operate multiple GPIB bus systems. 
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   IEEE 488.1       Devices are compatible with ANSI/IEEE Standard 488-1975, more commonly known as IEEE 488.1. This standard defines the mechanical, electrical, and protocol specifications for the interconnection of programmable instruments. IEEE 488.1 also specifies that a GPIB network supports a maximum of 14 devices on the bus and a maximum data transfer rate of 1-MBps. 
   IEEE 488.2       Devices are compatible with IEEE 488.2, an enhanced version of the original IEEE 488.1 Standard. Because IEEE 488.1 did not specify issues such as how data should be formatted, how the status of the bus should be reported, and how messages should be exchanged, Tektronix proposed a set of standard formats that became the basis of IEEE 488.2.  Specifically, IEEE 488.2 standardizes data formats, status reporting, error handling, and controller commands. 
   HS488       High Speed 488 (HS488) is a newer, faster protocol developed by National Instruments that accelerates data transfer rates up to 8-MBps using standard GPIB cables. HS488 is a superset of the original IEEE 488.1 standard implemented at the hardware level by an application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC).  
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   Windows® 7       The card includes the Windows® 7 operating system (Microsoft Corporation). 
   Windows® Vista 64-bit       The card includes the Windows® Vista 64-bit operating system (Microsoft Corporation). 
   Windows® Vista 32-bit       The card includes the Windows® Vista 32-bit operating system (Microsoft Corporation). 
   Windows® XP       The card includes the Windows® XP operating system (Microsoft Corporation). 
   Windows® 2000       Windows® 2000 is a 32-bit operating system from Microsoft® for Intel® x86 uniprocessor and symmetric multiprocessor (SMP) computers. It supports the Windows NT file system and has separate user and kernel modes. Basic versions include Professional, Server, Advanced Server and Limited Edition. Windows and Microsoft are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Intel is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation. 
   Windows® ME       Windows® Millennium Edition (ME) is a 32-bit operating system from Microsoft® that was designed to replace Windows 95 and Windows 98. Windows and Microsoft are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. 
   Windows® NT       Windows® NT is a family of operating systems from Microsoft® that can run on multiple instruction set architectures. Windows and Microsoft are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. 
   Windows® 95/98       Windows® 95 is a 32-bit operating system from Microsoft® that was designed to replace Windows 3.1x and MS-DOS®. Windows 98, the successor to Windows 95, includes an Active desktop® interface. Windows, Microsoft, MS-DOS, and Active desktop are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.  
   Windows® 3.1x       Windows® 3.1x is a family of operating systems from Microsoft® that succeeded Windows 3.0, the first widely popular version of Windows. Windows 3.1x provides a graphical user interface (GUI), but still relies upon MS-DOS®. Windows, Microsoft, and MS-DOS are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. 
   DOS       Disk operating system (DOS) is a command-line user interface and operating system. MS-DOS® is the Microsoft® version of DOS. MS-DOS and Microsoft are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. 
   SunOS®       SunOS® is a UNIX®-based operating system from Sun Microsystems. It runs on Sun SPARC® workstations as well as workstations from other vendors. Sun and SunOS are registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. SPARC is a registered trademark of SPARC International, Inc. 
   MacOS®       MacOS® is the operating system for Apple® Macintosh® and Macintosh-compatible computers. MacOS, Apple, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Computers, Inc. 
   Solaris®        Solaris® is a UNIX®-based operating environment that includes the SunOS® operating system, a graphical user interface (GUI), and open networking computing (ONC). Solaris and SunOS are trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. 
   LynxOS®        LynxOS® is a real-time operating system (RTOS) based on the open source Linux® operating system. It is used extensively in embedded systems. LynxOS is a registered trademark of LynuxWorks, Inc. 
   UNIX®       UNIX® is a family of multi-user, multi-tasking operating systems that includes SCO, SPARC, and SunOS. UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group. 
   QNX®       QNX® is a micro-computer operating system developed by QNX Software Systems to control real-time operations such as assembly lines, position monitors, chemical plants, and industrial robots. QNX® is a registered trademark of QNX Software Systems, Ltd. 
   VxWorks®       VxWorks® is a real-time operating system developed and distributed by Wind River Systems. 
   Linux®       Linux® is an open-source implementation of UNIX® that is used on many platforms, including Intel-based personal computers (PCs), Macintosh computers, SPARC workstations, etc. Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds. 
   IBM OS/2®       IBM OS/2® is a DOS and Windows® compatible operating system developed originally by Microsoft Corporation and IBM, but sold and managed solely by IBM. 
   NetWare®       NetWare® is a local area network (LAN) operating system developed by Novell Corporation. It runs on many types of LANs, including Ethernet and token ring. 
   Other       Other unlisted operating systems such as pSOS, OS/9, OS/9000, etc. 
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   CE / FCC Certified?       Devices meet requirements of the European Union's CE Marking system and/or the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC). 
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