8890 main board hole?

Hello community,

You would think this would be somewhere in the documentation, but if it is, I sure cannot find it. Assuming that the main board on the 8890 is where it has been since the 6890, on the right-hand side when looking at the instrument, I am wondering if it still has a hole in it so that if you needed / wanted to, you could send a transfer line out the right hand side of the GC.

Also, as a note for the designers of the code that runs this forum, I find the text entry on here as laggy as @#$@.  This is to the point where I won't come back here unless I absolutely need to. It is just too obnoxious to work with.

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  • Hello Hames_H,

    Agilent has introduced a lot of changes since 6890. Now on the 8890 there is no hole on the "main board". Even the name has changed too. Now the board name is Analog and Power board. The Aux heaters (for valves or MS) now routed at the top of the GC.

    All the best,

    Daniel

  • Thanks, Daniel.

    I guess the more important question is whether there is a way to bring a transfer line out the right hand side of the instrument if one wants. Note, that as long as there are no electronics or other components that I'd shred, I'm not adverse to making my own holes in the instrument. Trying to find a way to be creative for a friend who wants to do something a bit off the wall.

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  • Thanks, Daniel.

    I guess the more important question is whether there is a way to bring a transfer line out the right hand side of the instrument if one wants. Note, that as long as there are no electronics or other components that I'd shred, I'm not adverse to making my own holes in the instrument. Trying to find a way to be creative for a friend who wants to do something a bit off the wall.

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