8CH USB Logic Analyzer

8CH USB Logic Analyzer
8CH USB Logic Analyzer - Robocraze
8CH USB Logic Analyzer
8CH USB Logic Analyzer
  • 8CH USB Logic Analyzer
  • 8CH USB Logic Analyzer - Robocraze
  • 8CH USB Logic Analyzer
  • 8CH USB Logic Analyzer

8CH USB Logic Analyzer

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  • 8-Channels USB logic analyzer with a 24Mhz sampling frequency.
  • Logical light indication: a small light indicate CHO electrical level.
  • Great for MCU, ARM system and FPGA development.
  • Input feature of this 8CH USB Logic Analyzer is  5PF, 100K Ohm.
  • Sampling rate can be set as 24MHz, 16MHz, 12MHz, 8MHz, 4MHz, 2MHz, 1MHz, 500KHz, 250KHz, 200KHz, 100KHz, 50KHz, 25KHz.
  • Data upload real time, the max of depth of collection is 10T, far from practical need

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8CH USB Logic Analyzer

This is a very affordable 24Mhz 8 Channel USB Logic analyzer. This is a hobbyist level analyzer, ideal for testing your Arduino or other hobbyist microcontroller’s communications. A logic analyzer is a must have tool for any serious electronics hobbyist. With a logic analyzer, it is possible to see a visual representation of the zeros and ones that are flashing between two components. A logic analyzer is different from an oscilloscope because the analyzer allows you to capture the data on a PC for a more detailed analysis of the data which is being transmitted and received. This logic analyzer supports 10 different communications standards (see Specifications below). with 8 channels it will allow you to monitor up to 8 different wires. So on an Arduino, you could monitor the Serial port (tx/Rx pins), the I2C port (pins A4, A5), and the SPI port (pins 10, 11, 12, and 13) all at the same time.

If you do single-chip development, ARM system development or FPGA development then we strongly recommend you buy this product. To do a good job, must first sharpen his device MCU related products, as long as you do this tool will be your crescent moon nod. Especially do UART, SPI, and IIC communication debugging, which absolutely let you get twice the result with half the effort.

Package Includes:

  • 1 x 8CH USB Logic Analyzer

Specifications:

Input Supply Voltage (VDC) 0 ~ 5.5
Threshold Voltage (V) 1.5
Dupont Cable Length (cm) 20
USB Cable Length (cm) 50
Dimensions 54 x 27 x14
Weight (gm) 55

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is USB logic analyzer?

  • A logic analyzer is a piece of equipment that allows you to monitor digital signals in your electronics project. You can track 8 signals at once, unlike an oscilloscope. So it's a good complementary tool.

2. What is a logic analyzer used for?

  • A logic analyzer is a piece of electronic equipment that captures and displays multiple signals from a digital system or circuit. It's a fantastic tool for testing and debugging digital designs.

3. How is logic analyzer different from oscilloscope?

  • Oscilloscopes are the most effective tools for measuring and viewing analog electronic signals, as well as assessing signal integrity and analog circuit performance. Digital electronic signals and digital protocols such as I2C, SPI, and Serial are best measured and viewed using logic analyzers.

4. How is a logic analyzer used as a debugger?

  • The logic analyzer can automatically decode various types of standard interfaces. These can include UART, SPI, I2C, CAN, and many others, depending on the analyzer. Even if the interface being debugged cannot be decoded automatically, the signals can be recorded and then manually decoded.

5. Do I need a logic analyzer?

  • Yes, a logic analyzer is often a better tool for monitoring and debugging a digital system's output or capturing digital communication, such as serial and I2C. Logic analyzers have more channels than oscilloscopes and can display data in state mode, with one channel serving as a clock. For testing complex digital or logic circuits, logic analyzers are commonly used test instruments. They meet the needs of users who need to investigate and comprehend how these circuits work.