ScanaQuad series of logic analyzers and signals generators are four channel, USB powered devices that allow you to capture signals, visualize and analyze them on a host computer software, and generate signals. Generated signals may be arbitrarily created signals, or the user may play back previously captured signals. ScanaQuad offers an intuitive way of analyzing logic signals, backed with exciting features like enhanced ±35V input protection, adjustable input threshold, direct connection to RS232/485, CAN and LIN buses, ability to trigger on specific protocols (like a UART word or an I²C address). The signal generator end was designed to be very versatile: Precise control over loop point can be achieved as well as the ability to generate arbitrary signals on any number of channels while recording the result on the others. ScanaQuad input/output stage is fully protected while offering flexible options like Open Drain outputs and configurable pull up/down resistors. Furthermore, the digital signal generator has an adjustable output voltage from 1.6V to 5V, which covers most TTL, CMOS, and LVCMOS applications. Features 4 channels configurable as input or outputs 200MHz Sampling frequency 4M Points memory per channel Adjustable input threshold from 0.5V -> 3V Input protection up to ±35V 2 configurable differential input pairs Adjustable digital output voltage level 1.8V -> 5V Optional pull up/down resistors on all probes Outputs can be configured as open-drain Included ScanaQuad SQ200 device USB cable 5 pins gripper probes cables
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SP209 series logic analyzers rely on ScanaStudio software (runs Windows, Mac and Linux) to capture, display, analyze and decode signals. Most industry standard protocols can be interpreted, among which: SPI, I²C, USART, 1-Wire, CAN, LIN, IC, RS232, RS485, TWI and much more (click for full list of supported protocol decoders) Features 9 logic channels with adjustable thresholds (1.8 V, 2.5 V, 3.3 V, 5 V) State of the art input stage, with Schmitt triggers that eliminate glitches on slow signals 200 MHz sampling rate, with all 9 channels used. External clock option (state mode), up to 50 MHz Precise trigger-In and trigger-Out signals on SMA ports Samples compression and streaming via USB. 2 GB DDR-3 memory kicks-in when USB isn't fast enough. Guaranteed performances on all hosts. SP series logic analyzers compress and stream captured signals via USB 2.0 to a Windows, Linux or MacOS machine. USB bandwidth can be variable from a system to another and is practically limited to 20 MB/s. That's why SP logic analyzers have an embedded 2 GB DDR-3 memory that buffers captured samples at 1.6 GB/s, overcoming USB limitations. Trigger options Edge trigger Logic change on one or various channels Trigger on a sequence of timed logic signals Trigger on a protocol word or event (like serial word or I²C address acknowledge) External trigger input Trigger output Dual stage trigger (Ex: Edge trigger, then, Trigger on I²C address). Typical applications Designed for performance, SP series logic analyzers offer the possibility to capture and analyze 9 channels of logic signals and industrial buses at a rate of 200 MHz. This is perfectly adapted for demanding applications, where it is needed to capture logic signals with maximum resolution on all 9 channels. Embedded systems development and debugging Research and educational Serial protocols analysis, like I²C, SPI, UART or 1-Wire (non-exhaustive list) Industrial bus analysis: RS232, RS485, CAN, LIN ADC (Analog to Digital Converter) diagnostic Reverse engineering ScanaStudio application packs all the features you need to capture, measure and analyze analog signals. It's available free of charge for the major platforms below. The application is regularly updated, please check the release notes here ScanaStudio can be downloaded free of charge here. All decoders are free and open source and accessible in the GitHub repository.
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