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G L O B A L
D E F A U L T
G L O B A L
A D D R E S S
VERIFYING THE HP 5890 Series II INET ADDRESS
SETTING THE DEFAULT HP-IL ADDRESS
INET-HP 5890A SIGNAL DEFINITION
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INET/HP-IL Addresses
A D D R :
A D D R E S S
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L I M I T
Figure 13-6. INET/HP-IL " ADDR:"Displays
In Figure 13-6, note the two numeric values following " ADDR:" . The first
of these numbers is the INET address for the HP 5890A, determined via
automatic loop configuration.
The SPECIFIC number shown depends upon how INET cables are
connected among devices included in the loop. The value shown in the
example (" 1" ) implies the HP 5890A is the first instrument on the loop,
starting from the " OUT"receptacle on the controller device (the controller
is always defined as " 0" ). A " 2"indicates the HP 5890A is the second
device on the loop, etc., to a maximum value of " 31" .
If cabling is altered, or if one or more devices are powered off and then on
again, automatic loop configuration, initiated by the controller, updates
the displayed value accordingly.
Remaining displays in Figure 13-6 show the process of defining a specific
HP-IL address for the HP 5890A. Entry of any value from " 0"through
" 31"is permitted. An attempt to enter an invalid value results in the
" ADDRESS LIMIT"message shown.
INET signal definition (defined AT THE CONTROLLER) may be
verified at the HP 5890A. To display the definitions, enter:
CLEAR
SVC 10- 10
ACTUAL
SETPOINT
1 i 3 1
ACTUAL
SETPOINT
2
5
*
ACTUAL
SETPOINT
1 i
2
5
ACTUAL
SETPOINT
=
3 1
.
3
ENTER
{
or
}
SIG 1
SIG 2
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