Saleae Logic Analyzer Clones

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  1. maxpower097

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  2. eblc1388

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    I very much doubt about that.

    Do you have a reference to that?
     
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  4. tom66

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    Open Workbench Logic Sniffer.

    $50 + $5 shipping from China.

    Open source hardware and software (SUMP.)

    It's a PCB only, though. Not in a nice case or anything. And limited in memory and speed (100 MHz on 16 channels, 50 MHz on 32). 16 channels are available with a header and an additional 16 channels are available on an expansion header, which has to be added by yourself. Suitable for most people.

    Got mine today.
     
  5. tyblu

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    I also have this tool. The sample rate and memory are really quite good. A much better option than getting low end mixed-signal bench oscilloscopes.
     
  6. spinnaker

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    The problem with the Chinese units are they are Chinese. I have a Logic Cube. Nice device with lots of available protocols but the help files, error messages and support stink.

    If I were to do it over again I would have bought the Saleae. Support is much better.
     
  7. tom66

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    Umm... yeah, the design is from the USA. My board has "Copyright 2009-2010 Ian Lesnet Jack Gassett." It's open hardware, it's just made in China because it's cheap. The software is also open source, and I have used it; it's not in Chinglish, or anything like that.

    Can't disagree with this - The open workbench sniffer is a mostly hacker's product. If you want something analysed now, and fast, you need a proper logic analyser.
     
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