Toronto, Canada â€“ GAO Instruments is offering its multi-function logic analyzer which uses advanced large-scale integrated circuits, high-frequency digital circuits, embedded systems and the other advanced technologies. It is an ideal tool for the troubleshooting and performance verification of digital circuits.
This easy-to-use USB PC-based logic analyzer, model A0220001, combines the functions of a multi-channel oscilloscope and other automatic testing instruments into one unit. It is capable of measuring 34 channels at 500 MHz and allows for simultaneously observing a sizeable amount of data and data flow direction control information. It identifies error conditions and locates faults in the source code.
The logic analyzer features a variety of digital information capture functions, Burr-detection ability, a large memory capacity, and multiple trigger modes. It has a delay function to capture the waveforms prior to or behind the required observation points. Intuitive and flexible displays return dynamic analysis results in binary, decimal, hexadecimal or ASCII format to facilitate debugging. The analyzer has an input voltage range of -60 to 60 V and a logic threshold range from -6 to 6 V. Inputs include TTL, LVTTL, CMOS, LVCOMS, ECL, PECL and EIA. In addition, the analyzer operates under Windows 2000, Windows XP, VISTA systems and is controlled and powered via USB2.0 interface.
This USB PC-based logic analyzer belongs to GAO’s family of Logic Analyzers and Generators. Some featured products in the family are Digital RF Millivoltmeter and Frequency Counter, DDS Function Generator, and DDS Function Generator with Arbitrary Waveform Function which are generally used in designing, testing, troubleshooting, and repairing electronic or electroacoustic devices. The line of products is generally used in designing, testing, troubleshooting, and repairing electronic or electro acoustic devices.
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