The DSLogic Plus is a compact and powerful logic analyzer used for capturing and analyzing digital signals. It offers up to 16 channels with a maximum sampling rate of 400MHz and supports various trigger modes.
- Electrical Hazard: The logic analyzer operates on electricity. Keep the power cord and connections dry and avoid contact with water.
- Handling Probes: Exercise caution when connecting and disconnecting probes to prevent potential damage to the analyzer or the circuit under test.
- Overvoltage: Ensure that the voltage levels of the signals being probed do not exceed the maximum input voltage of the logic analyzer to prevent damage.
- Proper Grounding: Use proper grounding techniques to prevent electrical shock and ensure accurate measurements.
- Channel: A single input or output line on the logic analyzer used to monitor or generate digital signals. Logic analyzers typically have multiple channels to capture data from different points in a circuit.
- Sample Rate: The number of samples taken per second by the logic analyzer.
- Sample Depth: The number of samples that can be captured and stored in the memory of the logic analyzer during a single acquisition. It determines the duration of the waveform that can be analyzed.
- Trigger: The event or condition that initiates the capture of data by the logic analyzer. It allows users to capture specific patterns or transitions in the digital signals for analysis.
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