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National Instruments GPIB-130 GPIB Extender

The NI GPIB-130 (Part Numbers: 776526-01, 776526-02, 776526-03, 776526-04, 776526-05, and 776526-06) is a GPIB Bus Extender. This device is used to alter the cable length and device loading restrictions defined in the IEEE 488 standard. In this standard, users cannot go beyond 20 meters while deploying a GPIB system. Moreover, not more than 15 devices can be used on a single GPIB system. The GPIB Extender translates GPIB messages into parallel or serial signals to a similar extender deployed at the receiver end. Thus, the user will need two similar extenders to construct an extended GPIB network.

With the NI GPIB-130, the user can increase the maximum cable distance to 300 meters, while the number of GPIB devices can be expanded to 28. The typical applications of this device include (but are not limited to), remote controlling of printers or plotters, isolating of devices deployed in hazardous or noisy environments, and controlling tests from a remote location.

The NI GPIB-130 is fully compatible with both IEEE 488.1 and 488.2 standards. This device is software transparent to the system. Thus, it is not necessary for the user to modify their existing programs and hardware infrastructure. The GPIB 130 can be used with three transmission cables. For distances from 50 meters to 300 meters, a CL2-rated T2 cable can be utilized. For distances to 50 meters, the user can utilize a T5 cable, which is a less expensive, smaller, and lighter replacement for the T2 cable. This model comes featured with a specially designed transfer technique that enables it to operate at more than 900 kbytes/s transfer rates.

GPIB-130 Obsolete Status has been declared by National Instruments, but the extender will still be available for purchase and repairs by Apex Waves.

ModelGPIB-130
ManufacturerNational Instruments
Part Numbers776526-01, 776526-02, 776526-03,
776526-04, 776526-05, 776526-06
TypeGPIB Extender
Transfer Rate900 kbytes/s
CompatibilityIEEE 488.1 and IEEE 488.2
GPIB Interface Loadone standard load, AC and DC
Dimensions3.75 x 3.0 x 0.95 in.
Case Material0.050 in THK 5052-H32 Aluminum
WarrantyOne Year Warranty
GPIB-130 ManualUser Manual and Maintenance Manual Available for Download
PriceContact a sales representative for a quote.

National Instruments GPIB-130 Frequently Asked Questions

 

Question: Why does the GPIB 130 have six part numbers?

 

Answer: The GPIB 130 has six power source options. The options are part number 776526-01 for U.S. 120 VAC, part number 776526-02 for Swiss 220 VAC, part number 776526-03 for Australian 240 VAC, part number 776526-04 for Universal Euro 240 VAC, part number 776526-05 for North American 240 VAC, and part number 776526-06 for United Kingdom 240 VAC.

 

Question: What is the typical power for the GPIB-130?

 

Answer: The typical power for the GPIB-130 is 2.2 W.

 

Question: Which modes does the NI GPIB-130 have?

 

Answer: The NI GPIB-130 has two modes: immediate parallel mode for cable lengths of 60 m or shorter and stored parallel poll mode for longer distances.

 

Question: What is the Power-on state for the GPIB 130?

 

Answer: When the GPIB 130 is in the Power-on or PON state, all FIFOs and state machines are cleared. There are also not any GPIB lines asserted in this state. After the GPIB 130 leaves the PON state, the Link LED will turn on and the extension system will become functional.

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National Instruments GPIB-130 GPIB Extender

The NI GPIB-130 (Part Numbers: 776526-01, 776526-02, 776526-03, 776526-04, 776526-05, and 776526-06) is a GPIB Bus Extender. This device is used to alter the cable length and device loading restrictions defined in the IEEE 488 standard. In this standard, users cannot go beyond 20 meters while deploying a GPIB system. Moreover, not more than 15 devices can be used on a single GPIB system. The GPIB Extender translates GPIB messages into parallel or serial signals to a similar extender deployed at the receiver end. Thus, the user will need two similar extenders to construct an extended GPIB network.

With the NI GPIB-130, the user can increase the maximum cable distance to 300 meters, while the number of GPIB devices can be expanded to 28. The typical applications of this device include (but are not limited to), remote controlling of printers or plotters, isolating of devices deployed in hazardous or noisy environments, and controlling tests from a remote location.

The NI GPIB-130 is fully compatible with both IEEE 488.1 and 488.2 standards. This device is software transparent to the system. Thus, it is not necessary for the user to modify their existing programs and hardware infrastructure. The GPIB 130 can be used with three transmission cables. For distances from 50 meters to 300 meters, a CL2-rated T2 cable can be utilized. For distances to 50 meters, the user can utilize a T5 cable, which is a less expensive, smaller, and lighter replacement for the T2 cable. This model comes featured with a specially designed transfer technique that enables it to operate at more than 900 kbytes/s transfer rates.

GPIB-130 Obsolete Status has been declared by National Instruments, but the extender will still be available for purchase and repairs by Apex Waves.

ModelGPIB-130
ManufacturerNational Instruments
Part Numbers776526-01, 776526-02, 776526-03,
776526-04, 776526-05, 776526-06
TypeGPIB Extender
Transfer Rate900 kbytes/s
CompatibilityIEEE 488.1 and IEEE 488.2
GPIB Interface Loadone standard load, AC and DC
Dimensions3.75 x 3.0 x 0.95 in.
Case Material0.050 in THK 5052-H32 Aluminum
WarrantyOne Year Warranty
GPIB-130 ManualUser Manual and Maintenance Manual Available for Download
PriceContact a sales representative for a quote.

National Instruments GPIB-130 Frequently Asked Questions

 

Question: Why does the GPIB 130 have six part numbers?

 

Answer: The GPIB 130 has six power source options. The options are part number 776526-01 for U.S. 120 VAC, part number 776526-02 for Swiss 220 VAC, part number 776526-03 for Australian 240 VAC, part number 776526-04 for Universal Euro 240 VAC, part number 776526-05 for North American 240 VAC, and part number 776526-06 for United Kingdom 240 VAC.

 

Question: What is the typical power for the GPIB-130?

 

Answer: The typical power for the GPIB-130 is 2.2 W.

 

Question: Which modes does the NI GPIB-130 have?

 

Answer: The NI GPIB-130 has two modes: immediate parallel mode for cable lengths of 60 m or shorter and stored parallel poll mode for longer distances.

 

Question: What is the Power-on state for the GPIB 130?

 

Answer: When the GPIB 130 is in the Power-on or PON state, all FIFOs and state machines are cleared. There are also not any GPIB lines asserted in this state. After the GPIB 130 leaves the PON state, the Link LED will turn on and the extension system will become functional.

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Delivery: UPS, FedEX and DHL – Free Fedex Ground on all orders
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Warranty: All of our products are covered by our Apex Waves Warranty.
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Dedicated customer service team.
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Quick Quotes: Receive Price & Availability Today!
Calibration: Ask About Our Tiered Calibration Levels
Option & Modules: Confirm Your Requirements or Versions
Repair: Cost & Lead Time Available Upon Request for Service
Repair Evaluation: $150
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