WT300E Digital Power Analyzer communication with GM/GP/GX

To use the communication function of the GM/GP/GX daq systems with your WT300E Digital Power Analyzer or WT1800E High Performance Power Analyzer, the instrument will have to be in the WT300 High Performance Power Analyzer command type or the WT1800 High Performance Power Analyzer  command type. the communication will not work if the instruments are in "E" communication format.

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