# Less expensive, benchtop logic analyzer

#### Analog Ground

Joined Apr 24, 2019
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#### WBahn

Joined Mar 31, 2012
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Yeah. Much as we might hope that a given product exists, that expectation might not be reflected in the marketplace. Most desktop PC's have the processing power and the meory to store and retrieve the data, but a standalone instument needs a few more things whose cost goes up as the number of channels. I have an HP 1630D that I got for $450 at a trash for cash auction in 1992. You can have it for the shipping cost. If he doesn't want it and if it's in decent working order, I might take it off your hands. I'm planning on setting up some demos and having a logic analyzer in this range in which I had very little invested would be useful. #### Papabravo Joined Feb 24, 2006 17,296 If he doesn't want it and if it's in decent working order, I might take it off your hands. I'm planning on setting up some demos and having a logic analyzer in this range in which I had very little invested would be useful. Sold American #### WBahn Joined Mar 31, 2012 26,398 Sold American I don't know what this means. Is it for still for sale or not? If so, how much would you need for shipping (FedEx Ground preferred, but pretty much anything other than USPS will do)? #### Papabravo Joined Feb 24, 2006 17,296 I don't know what this means. Is it for still for sale or not? If so, how much would you need for shipping (FedEx Ground preferred, but pretty much anything other than USPS will do)? It is what the tobacco auctioneer says when he sells a lot of tobacco to the American Tobacco Company. I don't know how to estimate the shipping cost, but I'll get back to you on that. PM me the address and it's yours for the shipping cost. #### Wolframore Joined Jan 21, 2019 2,399 Hey @Analog Ground how fast and how many channels? Oh that’s pretty fast and lots of channels. The PC ones running opensource saleae is great but the high speed you need is a challenge for the lower end interfaces. Once they catch up with higher speed USB and more onboard memory I’m guessing they should run fine on a laptop. When you get up that fast there are also issues with inductance on the probe wires. the software has grown quite a bit and the protocol analysis is pretty impressive. Once they get the newer interfaces patched in it should give you at least 100M This one claims 500M at 16 Sampling which should give you about 250M but I don’t know a thing about them. And it’s also pc. https://www.aliexpress.com/item/325...chweb0_0,searchweb201602_8,searchweb201603_53 Last edited: Thread Starter #### Analog Ground Joined Apr 24, 2019 456 Thank you everyone for reading and replies. The logic analyzer has been absorbed into the PC universe. Get a bigger monitor. #### Wolframore Joined Jan 21, 2019 2,399 Check this video out... I’m getting the simple one for decoding IR... #### rupe01 Joined Oct 15, 2018 16 #### Wolframore Joined Jan 21, 2019 2,399 If$4.30 is too much there's the same one for $3.72... I have no idea how or why they do it so cheap.$3.72 USB Logic Analyzer

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#### rupe01

Joined Oct 15, 2018
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If $4.30 is too much there's the same one for$3.72...

#### DarthVolta

Joined Jan 27, 2015
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#### nsaspook

Joined Aug 27, 2009
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For the Linux guys these cheap USB logic analyzers run perfectly with Pulseview sigrok.
https://sigrok.org/