- 32 Input channel
- Time analysis: up to 200 MHz internal sampling rate
- State analysis: up to 100 MHz external input clock
- Memory depth: 32Mbits/1Mbits (half/full channels)
- Enable qualifier: high/low level enable and enable delay function
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GW Instek GLA-1132 Logic Analyzer with 32 Input Channel, 32Mbits/1Mbits Memory Depth
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Specifications for this item
|Brand Name||GW Instek|
|Item Depth||102 millimeters|
|Number of Items||1|
|Overall Height||39 mm|
|Overall Width||137 mm|
|Temperature Range||0 to 50 Degrees Celsius|
The GLA-1000 Series is a palm-sized PC based logic analyzer with functionality matching that of a desktop device. 200 MHz internal sampling rate and advanced trigger settings provide high accuracy and lengthy data analysis results. Features, such as data-loss-less compression, enable qualifier, and serial bus protocol analyzer, provide you with a tool to adequately analyze today's complex digital systems. All data and configurations can be saved into a PC for further data analysis. The GLA-1000 Series operates over a high speed USB 2.0 connection and is fully powered by the USB bus. Signal analyzer: I2C, RS-232C protocol analyzer and signal statistics. File export: signal data, operation setting and display image. USB 2.0 supported(1.1 compatible). Channels: 16. Memory total/per channel: 32Mbits/1Mbits. Operating system: Win XP/Win Vista /Win 7. Timing analysis: maximum 200 MHz. State analysis: 0.001Hz to 100 MHz. Maximum input voltage: +/-30V. Impedance: 500 kiloohm/10pF. Data Skew: greater than 1.5ns. Static current consumption: Maximum 200mA. Working current consumption: Maximum 400mA. Static power dissipation: Maximum 1W. Working power dissipation: Maximum 2W. Interface: USB. Working voltage: 4.5V to 5.5V. Operating temperature: 0 to 50 degree C. Storage temperature: -40 to 80 degree C. Measures 137mm width by 39mm height by 102mm depth.
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