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Intronix LA1034 LogicPort 34 channel Logic Analyser

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This unit is a compact but extremely powerful USB based Logic Analyser. It features 500MHz sampling and 34 channels. Serial protocol decoding is also provided for analysing I2C, RS232/485 and SPI to name a few.

Price Guide (Inc GST): AUD $440

  • 34 simultaneous channels
  • 500MHz Timing-Mode Sample Rate (internal clock)
  • 200MHz State-Mode Sample Rate (external clock)
  • Advanced Multi-Level Triggering 
  • Real-Time Sample Compression 
  • +6V to -6V Adjustable Logic Threshold 
  • I2C, SPI, PS/2, Async (RS232 etc) Interpreters 
  • Built-in 300MHz Frequency Counter 
  • USB 1.1 and 2.0 Compatible 
  • USB powered 
  • Intuitive, easy to use software

With full-width sample rates to 500 Mega Samples /Sec (500MHz), LogicPort fills the void between expensive analysers with many channels, and inexpensive analysers with few channels or limited sample rates.

The LogicPort provides 34 sampled channels including two clock inputs. Its clock inputs function as normal sampled channels when not used as state-mode clocks.

The LogicPort USB Logic Analyser is controlled and powered via your PC's USB 1.1 or 2.0 port for the ultimate in convenience and portability.

Features include multi-level trigger capability, qualified state-mode sampling with adjustable setup/hold window, selectable logic sense and threshold, built-in interpreters for I2C, SPI and RS232 protocols, and much more.

The built-in interpreters for I2C, SPI, PS/2, RS232, RS485 and some other protocols are an extremely useful feature, commonly only found in much more expensive analysers. They mean that instead of only seeing lots of bits going up and down, you can read actual serial traffic and then see what other bits were changing in relation to or in response to this serial data. See the screen display above for example.

The LogicPort's advanced trigger features allow it to trigger on simple or complex sequences of edges, patterns and bus numerical ranges,  as well as on specified pattern,  count, range or pulse durations.

You'll find the LogicPort's software to be feature-rich, yet simple to use. Visit Intronix's downloads page to try the free software for yourself. The installation includes several real-world examples of actual acquired data. All samples can of course be saved to disk for future analysis but there is also the possibility of sending the data to someone-else, who only needs the software to view the data exactly as you captured it. You can also append notes to the file.

If you have never used a logic analyzer, you will be amazed at how much more information you can see than with an oscilliscope! Get to the bottom of your development problems much quicker.

Compare the LogicPort's specifications to those of logic analysers costing thousands more. With its fast sample rates, advanced trigger capabilities and real-time sample compression, LogicPort gives the big guys a run for their money!