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I think the manufacturer of the gpib would be the best in giving the information since it builds the iSa and the USB, both are IEEE 488 and both work with the same programs windows, in my case XP sp3 I think it would be possible already that GPIB is nothing more than an interface to control instruments, and I see many possibilities, so I will test and publish the results in the forum to help other users.
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Unknown. The 5100DS was only shipped with the ISA version. Give it try. This information may help:
http://www.huntron.com/sales-support/pdf/5100ds-gpib.pdf

You need to try and duplicate the settings shown for this interface to the USB interface.
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Hello


Hello I can use this interface to connect the tracker 5100 ds, and do not use isa cards.


here are the specs.


The compact NI GPIB-USB-HS transforms any computer with a USB port into a full-function, IEEE 488.2 controller that can control up to 14 programmable GPIB instruments. The small size and light weight of this controller make it ideal for portable applications using a laptop computer or other applications in which the computer has no available internal I/O slots. The GPIB-USB-HS works with Windows 7/Vista/XP/Me/2000/98, Mac OS X,
and Linux computers with a USB port.

IEEE 488.1 transfer rates up to 1.8 MB/s (standard) and 7.7 MB/s (HS488)
Hi-Speed USB compliance; compatibility with USB 1.x full-speed ports
No GPIB cable requirement for instrument connection; plug-and-play installation and configuration
NI-488.2 for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux (2.6-24)
RoHS compliance; complete IEEE 488.2 compatibility
Completely IEEE 488.2 compatible
Controls up to 14 GPIB instruments
Compact size and light weight
Plug-and-play configuration
No external power required
Built-in 2 m USB cable
No GPIB cable required to connect to instruments
Hi-Speed USB compliance

Package includes:
1 x National Instrumens NI GPIB-USB-HS GPIB Data Acquisition Card.

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Out of Production Hardware / Re: rp388
« Last post by admin on September 07, 2017, 08:04:26 am »
Try "sigassist32". Unzip to a simple folder on the hard drive (i.e. c:\huntron) before trying to install the software.
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Out of Production Hardware / Re: rp388
« Last post by David cordero on September 06, 2017, 02:14:48 pm »

no, I wanted to download the 3.4 for my rp 388 unit that is complete but it asks for a code to run the program, where do I get that code?
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Out of Production Hardware / Re: rp388
« Last post by admin on September 06, 2017, 08:57:18 am »
The Access Prober is so different from the RP388 that it would not be worth the effort or expense.
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Out of Production Hardware / Re: rp388
« Last post by David cordero on September 05, 2017, 07:52:09 pm »
 ok download the content but ask me for a password to install it, where do I get it?
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Out of Production Hardware / Re: rp388
« Last post by admin on September 05, 2017, 08:27:48 am »
The last version to support RP388 was 3.4. There is no software support beyond that version. More details here:
http://www.huntron.com/sales-support/obsolete.htm
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Out of Production Hardware / Re: rp388
« Last post by David cordero on September 01, 2017, 12:32:47 am »

Hi curtis it would be possible to get the diagram of the RP388, I need to see how the integration of the three components, robot, tracker and camera I can modify it but I need the diagram and I will have to buy the software of the huntron acces, but it is better than to spoil an equipement, which despite being obsolete is in very good condition, greetings
David.
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Out of Production Hardware / Re: rp388
« Last post by David cordero on August 31, 2017, 11:51:48 am »
if I confused myself, I wanted to refer to the huntron acces. just use the metal structure and could install everything from the acces.
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