Actually the manual is moot on any sort of remote control. The RS-232 section
refers you to an insert
in the back of the manual. I’d guess that the 488 stuff was done the same way.
Nasty question: Are you sure you have the 488 option installed? It would not
be the first piece of gear
produced that never really got a 488 firmware version …..
> On Apr 7, 2018, at 11:11 PM, Tom Leedy via time-nuts <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> I am looking for the IEEE-488 codes and formats for a Datum 9700AT
> Programmable Time System. The 9700AT is a 1U time generator and translator
> with slots in the back that can accept option cards with various
> functionalities such as -488 and RS-232 interfaces, GPIO, and tape searches.
> What I need is the character strings to output the time for the -488
> interface. The manual for the unit is here:
> However, it is silent on the details of the -488 interface.
> Any help would be appreciated and feel free to contact me offline.
> Many thanks!
> Tom Leedy
> Clarksburg, MD
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