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Leads for HP 1630 logic analyzers

Discussion in 'Electronic Equipment' started by Ian King, Feb 5, 2004.

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  1. Ian King

    Ian King Guest

    This is probably a hopelessly FAQ, but what the hey, I can't find it in
    Google....

    I have an HP 1630G logic analyzer that I use to troubleshoot things like my
    old PDP-11 computers. I really need more of the leads - the loose lead sets
    that plug into the ends of the pod units. I've been watching on eBay, but
    all I see are either more modern leads, that won't fit, or entire 1630s,
    that go for more than I paid for mine (I guess I was lucky - I do have two
    lead sets). The connectors don't have a manufacturer's ID on them, so I'm
    assuming they were made by HP; I can't find a listing on either HP's site
    (no surprise) or Agilent's.

    Does anyone have any suggestions for a source for these? Does anyone have a
    private stash for sale? :)

    Thanks in advance for any help you can provide -- Ian
     
  2. Robert Baer

    Robert Baer Guest

    Look at all of the various types of available connectors and see if
    one of them is adaptable, either directly or on a replacement basis.
    Then DIY.
     
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