Log Storm

Part No.: MPBP-I2C-SPI-Log-Storm
USB Logic Analyzer + High Speed Data Logger + I²C / SPI Analyzer
LOG Storm is a high-speed digital data logger used for digital bus and embedded system digital lines sampling and observation. Its data filtering and extended PC storage capabilities makes it especially well-suited for extracting specific traffic from microcontroller bus long periods of observation of digital embedded systems.

產品介紹

此處為網站編輯器,可由後台新增、修改圖文。Part No.: MPBP-I2C-SPI-Log-Storm

USB Logic Analyzer + High Speed Data Logger + I²C / SPI Analyzer

 

Overview

LOG Storm is a high-speed digital data logger used for digital bus and embedded system digital lines sampling and observation. Its data filtering and extended PC storage capabilities makes it especially well-suited for extracting specific traffic from microcontroller bus long periods of observation of digital embedded systems.LOG Storm is delivered with LOG Storm Studio(TM) control software with graphical user interface and direct C/C++ DLL access.

 

Features

High-speed digital data logger 1 to 20 bits parallel sampling 98 kHz to 100 MLOG Storm is delivered Hz sampling frequency 8 MS internal memory buffer Advanced hardware data storage qualification / data filtering capability Continuous streaming to PC through USB, enabling gigabytes of data storage on PC Zero latency (hardware) trigger rearm High-speed USB 2.0 host interface USB-powered and controlled Selectable internal (USB bus) or external power supply for I/Os voltages System interface operating from +1.25 V to +3.3V Selectable internal / external reference clock sampling Delivered with LOG Storm Studio(TM) software including: documentation, drivers and host control software (MS-Windows XP / MS-Windows 7, 32-bit and 64-bit) What is LOG Storm and what is it useful for?

LOG Storm is a high-speed digital data logger used for recording and analyzing the activity from embedded electronic systems digital bus and data lines. It records long traces of data - actually collecting digital bus activity during hours or days - and extracts specific functional events occurring on embedded systems.