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SCAN-Lab Technical Notes 13: Connecting to the SP-300 by Ethernet connection (instead of USB)Latest updated: August 4, 2021
The SP-300 can be connected to the latest M470 software (V 1.26 and higher) via a USB connection to the back of the SCV470 Control Unit or by a direct or networked Ethernet connection. Connection via Ethernet is advantageous if fast sampling is required by the experiment. In this note the connection of the SP300 via Ethernet, and its use with the M470 software, will be outlined.
SCAN Lab TN13 Connecting to the SP 300 by Ethernet connection instead of USB
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