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LeCroy LogicStudio 16 USB Logic Analyzer, 16 Channels, 1 GS/s, 100 MHz, 500 MS/s

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Specifications for this item
Brand Name LeCroy
Part Number LogicStudio 16
Item Depth 1-3/32 inches
Number of Items 1
Overall Height 4-57/64  inches
Overall Width 3-3/16  inches
UNSPSC Code 32131000

Product Features

  • LogicStudio is fast, waveforms update quickly and panning or zooming is extremely responsive
  • The software interface is modern and intuitive creating a new logic analyzer experience
  • LogicStudio is intuitive and easy to operate with friendly left-click and right-click controls plus all buttons are on the main screen, no complicated menus to navigate
  • Quickly measure the time between transistions on a single line, across digital lines of from a digital line to an analog waveform
  • Snap the cursors directly to the waveform edge for precise Measurements

Product Description

Logic analyzers are known to be slow, complicated and expensive but LogicStudio changes all this by delivering a powerful feature set, high performance hardware and an intuitive point and click user-interface. With timing cursors, history mode, I2C, SPI and UART decoding, powerful triggering and simple navigation the PC is transformed in to an all-in-one debug machine. pair the LogicStudio 16 with a wave jet 300A oscilloscope and debug systems with analog, digital and serial data signals. LogicStudio is fast, waveforms update quickly and panning or zooming is extremely responsive. The software interface is modern and intuitive creating a new logic analyzer experience. For difficult problems a simple edge or logic level trigger is not enough. LogicStudio advanced triggering provides an environment for creating powerful combinations of edge, logic level, parallel bus and serial bus triggers to isolate difficult problems. Use all 16 channels at 500 MS/s or 8 channels at 1 GS/s for more timing resolution. Sample rate: 1GS/s on 8 Ch, 500 Ms/s on 16 Ch. Minimum detectable pulse width: about 3.75 ns. Memory: 40k points on 8 Ch, 20 kpts on 16 Ch. Trigger types: Edge, pattern, pulse width, pattern width. I2C, SPI, UART. Threshold selections: TTL, CMOS(1.8V, 2.5V, 3.3V, 5V), User defined. User-defined threshold range: 0-7V. Maximum survivable input voltage +/- 40VDC. Threshold accuracy +/- 150 mV + 5 percent of threshold. Maximum Input dynamic range: 40 V pk-pk. Minimum voltage swing: 500 mVpk-pk. Input impedance: 150k parallel 12pF. Channel-to-channel skew: 1ns typical. Trigger resolution: 500MS/s. Host port: USB 2.0, bus-powered peripheral. Measures 3-3/16" width by 4-57/64" height by 1-3/32" depth.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0094JW9YS
  • Item model number: LogicStudio 16
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #607,063 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
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This tool promises great things, it gets the heart a pitter patter... A logic analyser extension to my LeCroy scope ! Cool, integrated mixed signal handling !

Oh dear me. Firstly, it does work. The software is more reliable than it used to be, and it does offer a good way to capture mixed signal events. However, if you are looking for a nice capture of a significant chunk of waveform and all the digital logic that went with it... try before you buy.

I use an older machine for the Logicstudio GUI and it's painfully clunky and slow. I would extrapolate Java on steroids, it works very hard to do the smallest thing on the screen. The GUI control is clunky, there seems to be no way to opt for compressed digital data. The digital data seems always to be large, so I assume there is no compression on the data, your only option is to reduce resolution.

I have yet to find a way to define my own groups of digital signals, thus decode options are limited. There is also no way of placing multiple analogue channels in an overlay, such that you can see them relative to each other.

The whole app has the feel of a student project proof of concept, that never really made it to a fully featured product but was finished an polished to augment the existing scope product. It desperatly needs some more features and a less glitzy, more functional GUI.

Don't get me wrong, it works... in a clunky demo kinda way. It does give you mixed signal capture, and I use it exclusively for that myself. It's all I have. However, if I don't need to see both traces on the same screen, I use an Intronix- Logicport. It's a fraction of the price, runs on virtually anything and offers more digital capture capabilities. It even has a Trig Out that just is'nt documented.
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