We’re happy to announce that our popular low cost 8 channel logic analyser is now the first officially dedicated hardware for the excellent open source sigrok signal analysis software.
You can check out sigrok’s announcement via their blog site: http://www.sigrok.org/blog/new-logo-works-sigrok
Using the analyser together with sigrok’s PulseView or sigrok-cli (command line version) software you can capture up to 8 digital logic channels at sample rates up to 24MHz. Once captured sigrok’s PulseView software provides decoders for many popular types of communication protocols including UART, CAN bus, I2C, SPI, JTAG, PWM, etc. Being open source the software is freely available for download via the official sigrok website here:
Our low cost analyser can be purchased in from our own website here:
Logic analyser with USB cable and 10 way Dupont cable:
Logic analyser with USB cable, 10 way Dupont cable and test clip bundle:
Logic analyser with USB cable, 10 way Dupont cable and multi-coloured test clip bundle:
At time of writing this post we are currently sold out of the analysers due to popular demand but don’t worry, we’ll have them back in stock very soon!
The sigrok project aims at creating a portable, cross-platform, Free/Libre/Open-Source signal analysis software suite that supports various device types (e.g. logic analyzers, oscilloscopes, and many more).
It is licensed under the terms of the GNU GPL, version 3 or later. Design goals and features include:
Broad hardware support. Supports many different devices (logic analyzers, oscilloscopes, multimeters, data loggers etc.) from various vendors.
Cross-platform. Works on Linux, Mac OS X, Windows, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, Android (and on x86, ARM, Sparc, PowerPC, …).
Scriptable protocol decoding. Extendable with stackable protocol decoders written in Python 3.
File format support. Supports various input/output file formats (binary, ASCII, hex, CSV, gnuplot, VCD, WAV, …).
Reusable libraries. Consists of the libsigrok and libsigrokdecode shared libraries which can be used by various frontends/GUIs.
Various frontends. PulseView (LA GUI), sigrok-meter (DMM GUI), sigrok-cli (command-line), and other frontends all build upon the above libraries.