16-Channel 100MHz USB Logic Analyzer
Say Goodbye Frustration and hello to efficiency ! The communication between your digital circuits becomes crystal clear. The Saleae USB logic analyzer is a tool that will allow roboticists and electronic engineers to save a lot of time and to solve very common bugs quickly and easily.
Saleae USB 16-channel Logic Analyser at a glance
this tool offers the following features:
- Sampling: 100MHz maximum
- Number of channels: 16
- Number of samples: 10 Billions
- Input voltage: 1.8V, 2.0V, 2.5V, 3.3V and 5V
- Everything is included: The logic analyzer, probes, cable and software
- 2-year warranty
100MHz to see your communications in another way
2 channels at 100MHz, 4 at 50MHz, 8 at 25MHz or all 16 channes at 12.5MHz. You choose according the bus that you want to capture (I2C, SPI, One-Wire, serial, UART,...)
The Salae Logic has 16 channels that can be used simultaneously. serial or parallel links, most protocols can be captured.
10 billions samples
No more small data buffers. the Salae USB logic analyzer can store up to 10b samples. Logic 16 has specific buffer circuits to handle very long captures and high speeds.
Reliable and rock solid
The analyzer enclosure is made out of anodized aluminium. Its inputs are protected against overvoltage via current-limiting resistors and a resettable fuse protect the USB host.
Everything is included
The logic analyzer comes with everything required to work with it: two ultra flexible wire harnesses, 18 high-quality micro-hook probes, a 2m USB cable and a nice carrying case. Download and install the software and you can start debugging !
Warranty and support of the Saleae logic Analyser
All Saleae USB logic analyzers come with a 2-year manufacturer warranty. If your Logic stops working for any reason, the manufacturer will ship you a replacement unit at no cost.
Associated software with the Saleae Analyser
The software for Logic and Logic 16 analysers is available for download. This software is very easy to use and is available for Windows, Mac OS and Linux in their 32-bit and 64-bit versions.