LA16 USB Logic Analyzer – Hardware Features

200Mhz Sample Rate - Up to 200M samples per second supports applications slower logic analyzers can’t

16 channel input – 16 fully independent input channels allows wide bus probing and analysis

Enhanced Triggering – both edge and state triggering are supported, independently, on all sixteen input channels.  A Trigger output capability is also available on the LA16 (see FAQ page for easy instructions)

64Mb On-board Memory - On board memory means data gathering isn’t limited by USB bus transfer rate or interruptions.  See ”What’s in the box” for a diagram of the components used for ChronoVu logic analyzers.

LA8 USB Logic Analyzer – Hardware Features

100Mhz Sample Rate - Up to 100M samples per second

8 channel input - 8 fully independent input channels allows wide bus probing and analysis

Triggering - state triggering on all eight input channels

64Mb On-board Memory - On board memory means data gathering isn’t limited by USB bus transfer rate or interruptions.  See ”What’s in the box” for a diagram of the components used for ChronoVu logic analyzers.

Software Features – Windows / Linux / Mac

NEW FEATURES

BookmarksOnce you have acquired or loaded data, you can place “bookmarks” at any location along the time axis. Bookmarks allow you to mark locations along the time axis, and then rapidly return to those locations at any time. You can set or pan to a bookmark by selecting the View–>Bookmark item from the menu bar or by clicking on the  icon on the tool bar.

Panning by TimeOnce you have acquired or loaded data, you can automatically scroll the data window to a specific point along the time axis or to a point that is a specific distance from the current location on the time axis, by selecting the View–>Time Pan item from the menu bar or by clicking on the  icon on the tool bar.

Search function - once you have acquired or loaded data, you can automatically scroll the data window to the location of a specific set of signal conditions or transitions by selecting the View–>Search item from the menu bar or by clicking on the icon on the tool bar (see User Interface for assistance).

Import function - signal data can now be imported into the ChronoVu viewer from an IEEE standard VCD (Value Change Dump) file.   This provides an easy method for comparing the results from two or more ChronoVu acquisitions or for comparing simulated results to acquired results.  To import the data from a VCD file, click on the File–>Import Data from a VCD file menu item from the menu bar.

User Defined Bus Setup - Bus definition features allow full user programmability for serial and parallel buses at no additional cost

Canned Bus Setups - Canned bus setups provide easy to use setups for the new user including I2C, SPI, and UART protocols

Linux and Mac Support - Promised by many, available now at ChronoVu

Export your collected data - Acquired data can be exported to industry standard VCD file format.

General User Support

  • Setup saving allows you to save your own bus setup for future use – create your own canned setups
  • Acquired data can be saved and reloaded for later analysis.
  • Waveform data and Bus Analysis Results can be easily viewed or printed using an intuitive user interface.
  • Comprehensive help files are available directly from the user interface.

All at an UNBEATABLE price!

 

See support topics for additional information and details.