[time-nuts] HP5372A screen-dumps
Dr. David Kirkby
drkirkby at medphys.ucl.ac.uk
Tue Jun 14 05:23:21 EDT 2005
Magnus Danielson wrote:
>>See, my problem is that I don't have a manual :-(
> OK. It seems that Agilent want the manuals in scanned form too. Let's see what
> we can arrange.
> In the meanwhile, I may be able to toss you some sample programs. I've been
> working on a program that attempts to eventually cover the full set of
> measurements. I expect that work to accelerate by the end of the week.
Is there enough people who own a manual that could scan a section of it? Perhaps someone with an A3 or
larger scanner doing any pullout pages?
Having scanned the HP 5370B manual
I know its a lot of work to do a complete manual with a small scanner, but if several could be
persuaded to do a bit, a electronic manual could be produced.
If the scanning was restricted to user sections, and not service sections, the page count should be a
lot smaller and so the work a lot less.
This seems a logical way of producing electronic copies of manuals.
I know Agilent intend doing this, but you could wait a long time. I get the feeling this is not going
to happen very soon.
There is HP-Vee driver that does a screen dump.
Not sure how useful that would be.
Dr. David Kirkby PhD CEng MIEE,
Senior Research Fellow,
Department of Medical Physics,
Mallet Place Engineering Building,
University College London,
London WC1E 6BT.
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