What can SCANALOGIC 2 PRO
SCANALOGIC-2 is a compact
tool designed to assist electronics students, amateurs and
professionals in their development and debugging. It will
help you to quickly find why some part of your electronic
circuit or source code is not operating as expected. The
generator function can also allow you to quickly test a
circuit under specific and controlled conditions.
- 20 Million Samples Per Seconds
- 4 Input/Output channels
- 256K Sample per channel
- 2V, 2.8V, 3.3V, 3.6V and 5V logic levels support
- Serial protocols decoders (SPI, I2C, 1-WIRE, UART,
- Various trigger options
- Serial protocols sampling, decoding, debugging and
analysis (like e UART, SPI, CAN, LIN, I2C, 1-Wire,
Manchester, maple bus).
Example I2C data capture
- Analysis of PWM signals, their frequencies and
envelopes (Using the Fourier analysis feature).
- Monitor logic changes on digital signal lines.
- Store the captured data on files, to send them over
the Internet to other users or for later playback!
- Captures images of the signals with all the timings,
decoded data and markers.
- The Dual View features allows you can easily
visually compare different data captures.
Record serial data and play
it back, as simply as you would record & playback a speech!
Using the mixed mode, you can generate
serial data on one channel (like UART), and record
the response on another channels, all at the same time! This
can help you test your system in depth in a matter of
- Generate all kind of
PWM (pulse width modulation) signals to control motors
drivers, RGB LEDs or other devices.
- Generate all kinds of
FM (frequency modulation) signals. Can be used to test
speakers or for ultrasound detection systems testing.
- Generate Serial data
and pulses sequences to test your equipment/project
using a very user friendly syntax.
- Analysis and
debugging of digital electronics circuits
- Serial protocol
decoding and analysis (UART, I2C, SPI, CAN, 1-WIRE,
- Digital PWM and FM
signals analysis (using the FFT feature)
- Precise frequency
and timing measurements (based on a 20 MHz
- Wave forms, serial
signals and bit stream generation.