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The Clever Scope folks are also very good at updating the firmware and software.When I bought this unit it had no serial decoding capabilities.All in all, a very nice and capable unit that I use on a daily basis. Jerry Isdale wrote: I recommend taking a look at the offerings from Seeed Studios.Also, it looks like just came out with this one (their first MSO). In particular the , but their other (board only, no enclosure) products are quite cool and inexpensive.Disclosure: I have no relationship with Seleae other than being a very satisfied owner of one of their products.Bill Knight wrote: One tool that I have found extremely useful in my work is the logic analyzer made by Saleae.It is a small, inexpensive, 8-channel device that can capture and continuously stream data with sample rates up to 24MHz to your Windows/Mac/Linux machine for display and analysis.Martin Thompson also likes , and said: And when you consider that the software decodes UART, SPI, I2C straight onto the waveform display (as overlays), it's a must have for low-speed serial bus debugging.
The cool thing about it is that it provides complex triggering, and directly decodes CAN, I2C, SPI, and RS232 data streams.
I purchased it shortly after it was released, on the _promise_ that they'd soon have a Mac and Linux client.
It took longer than I liked, since I had to run it in a VMWare virtual machine on my Mac, but eventually they released a cross-platform software package. Finally an embedded tools vendor that understands there's other operating systems out there than Windows.
As with many of their supplies (I think) it has a power-on button and a button which effects the connection to the loads--a very nice feature.
If any of the supplies should trip, they are all instantly disconnected. Linden wrote: I've been using a CS328A USB MSO for a few years now and my decision to purchase it over some less expensive units has been validated time and time again.