Smaller than a matchbox, the 4-channel, USB powered ScanaQuad SQ25 Logic analyzer captures or generates signals or do both simultaneously, not only supporting protocol debugging but also useful to stimulate a circuit with test patterns and check its response.
One of four versions, the SQ25 offers a 25MHz sampling rate and 256k Pts per channel. Complex multi-step trigger lets you target precise features of your data, like a specific I 2C address or a CAN frame ID. Trigger sequences can even be defined for proprietary protocols. Over 30 open-source protocol decoder scripts are available, included by default, but intuitive ScanaStudio software allows users to modify existing protocol scripts or write their own proprietary decoder via an integrated IDE using (Java) scripts. The units are offered with the company's Trigbox which enables the ScanaQuad logic analyzer to sync with an oscilloscope or any other device with an external trigger functionality, either triggering out or taking a trigger input.
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