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    Default Logic Analyser Saleae Ligic vs LAP-C16032

    I have been pondering between the to above mention analysers.

    I Like the idea that crownhill like the Saleae but....

    http://www.mcustore.com/logic-analys...-analyser.html

    is a 16Bit. for the same price...
    there are loads of plug-ins avalable like Manchester decoding ect.

    Any advice welcome
    Thanks

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    Default Re: Logic Analyser Saleae Ligic vs LAP-C16032

    NICE but very expensive
    http://www.usbee.com/protolyzer.html

    $945

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    Default Re: Logic Analyser Saleae Ligic vs LAP-C16032

    I have a USBee logic analyser, it's the SX.

    Their USBee Suite is very nice and easy to use, looks simillar to the Saleae. I bought mine a few years ago when the exchange rate was better.

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    Default Re: Logic Analyser Saleae Ligic vs LAP-C16032

    Quote Originally Posted by PAKirk View Post
    NICE but very expensive
    http://www.usbee.com/protolyzer.html

    $945
    I'm happy with my 34 Channel LA1034 Logicport Logic Analyzer.

    Norm

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    Default Re: Logic Analyser Saleae Ligic vs LAP-C16032

    Well I am thinking of getting the LAP-C16064 as you now get 30 additional encoder plug-ins..
    the 64 is about 150

    Never used a Logic analyser before and am getting this to learn about them. and the debug a project that I have which keals over when it recieves a PSI packet..

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    I have just confirmed you do get 30 additional encoder plug-ins from the manufacurer at the moment.
    Just ordered one from MCU Store..

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    Default Re: Logic Analyser Saleae Ligic vs LAP-C16032

    Hi got my Analyser today. It coms with the standard protocol analysers installed. I have to decide on another 30 free protocols to install.
    Could anybody make sugestions on which are most usefull that I should get. I know it depends on what I will be doing but I already know what I need and have another 25 to get.
    http://www.zeroplus.com.tw/logic-ana...=10&pdnex=list
    But how knows what will come up.
    Any sugestions woild me helpfull.
    Thanks

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    Could somebody tell me what is SPI Plus???

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    Default Re: Logic Analyser Saleae Ligic vs LAP-C16032

    Quote Originally Posted by PAKirk View Post
    Hi got my Analyser today. It coms with the standard protocol analysers installed. I have to decide on another 30 free protocols to install.
    Could anybody make sugestions on which are most usefull that I should get. I know it depends on what I will be doing but I already know what I need and have another 25 to get.
    http://www.zeroplus.com.tw/logic-ana...=10&pdnex=list
    But how knows what will come up.
    Any sugestions woild me helpfull.
    Thanks
    Just received my new 16064 - what a superb bit of kit. Thank you for posting about it as I hadn't been aware of it! It was actually cheaper to buy from the Austrian distributor and have them FED EX it than to buy it here in the UK. I'm also now giving thought to which protocols of the 30 free to download. Good thing being is there's no time limit to decide! Thanks again for posting about this analyzer. :-)

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