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I can also stream captures (trigger-by-trigger) to disk files for later evaluation.
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.
I simply cannot say enough good things about the Saleae "Logic".
The unit itself is small and travel-friendly, packaged in a rugged aluminum housing, uses a standard 0.1" header for probe interconnects, and has wonderful support software (Windows, Mac, and Linux OS are all supported).
Philip Freidin sent a very comprehensive chart of USB instruments, which is here .
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.
The whole thing easily fits in a pocket, which is hard to beat for on-the-go or cluttered bench jobs.
You'd think it would be simple to program something to do something simple.
Despite what some people may tell you, you're often right.
See also Idiot Design for when the idiocy isn't limited to shoddy programming. Using Microsoft's unusual naming and categorizing strategy, you have to figure out where your features went, which is especially difficult if you aren't sure what the new version calls it, or if it was removed entirely.
For novel ideas about building embedded systems (both hardware and firmware), join the 27,000 engineers who subscribe to The Embedded Muse, a free biweekly newsletter. It takes just a few seconds (just enter your email, which is shared with absolutely no one) to subscribe. Embedded developers - both those doing hardware work and those crafting firmware - use a wide range of tools, but it can be awfully hard to distinguish the good from the ugly. Clyde Shappee wrote: I have used the Instek PST-3201 triple supply in the past.