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August 8, 2012

100MHz Logic Analyzer for iPad

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When you’re creating amazing things, you need amazing tools. The 100MHz Logic Analyzer for iPad is such a tool. It is a logic analyzer with the real time data analysis capabilities of an oscilloscope. Traditionally, a logic analyzer records a buffer which has to be downloaded and searched. Now with this item’s advanced triggering, decoded data can be viewed live, eliminating the need to capture, pause, and then view. There is no need to settle for pictures when it’s possible to analyze live data.

Having this attached to your iPad makes it even more magical. Everything you need to do is simple and intuitive. Changing the timescale, for example, is just as easy as zooming into a picture. Swipe your finger across the screen to adjust the delay. It’s so much fun that you’ll lose hours of your day trying out all the different features. But words are not enough to do this beauty justice. Check out the videos and be amazed by all the features!

Product Specifications

  • 100MHz Logic Analyzer for iPad (iPhone, iPod Touch)
  • Stop settling for pictures when you can have live data
  • So powerful, you’ll be able to count the hairs on that bug
  • Easy-to-use interface is intuitive, interactive, and responsive
  • Download the app in the App Store now to get a sneak peek
  • Channels: 16
  • Power:
  • Input Voltage: -0.5v to 7v
  • Works with: 2.0v, 2.5v, 3.3v, 5v
  • Input Impedance: 7pF (approx)
  • Max Input Bandwidth: 30 MHz square wave
  • Available Sample Rates: 100 MHz, 50 MHz, 25 MHz, 10 MHz, 5 MHz, 2.5 MHz, 1 MHz, 500 KHz, 250 KHz, 100 KHz, 50 KHz, 25 KHz, 10 KHz, 5 KHz, 2.5 KHz, 1 KHz, 500 Hz, 250 Hz, 100 Hz, 50 Hz, 25 Hz, 10 Hz
  • Record Length: 100 samples
  • System Requirements: iPhone (4S, 4, 3G) or iPad (3, 2, 1) or iPod Touch (3rd/4th gen)
  • Trigger: edge, value, width, I2C addr, I2C data, I2c byte count, SPI count, UART byte value
  • More Triggers: 4 complex triggers with delays and two sub trigger events
  • Protocols: UART (virtually all standard speeds to 921600bps (5-9 bits), 12C (all speeds), SPI (1-16 bit) with modes 0-3 up to 25 MHz, Parallel (1-16 bit)
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