- Record GIGABYTES of bus traffic
- Zero-latency trigger rearm
- Up to 8 MS memory buffer
- 20 bit / 100 MHz sampling
- State analysis up to 125 MHz
- SPI and I²C monitor
- Waveform viewer
+ Advanced data filteringGo to Advanced Specifications →
Price starts at: 899 EUR
Logic Analyzer vs. Digital Data Logger?
…is useful to collect samples. Within the limits of their internal memory, it defines ‘visibility window’ over digital lines and bus. Once its memory is full, data is ready for analysis with a waveform viewer. Usually, they can automatically rearm trigger, which allows extending the reach over data traffic. This introduces latencies, though, and you can miss interesting information.
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Digital data logger…
…is data-oriented. It uses data filtering or data qualification techniques to select and gather the data traffic that’s relevant for you. A digital data logger is also able to be ‘always-on’, enabling data capture over longer work times. As a data logger, LOG Storm allows splitting capture into multiple files and automatic data streaming to your PC.
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With LOG Storm, you get: Logic Analyzer + Digital Data Logger + SPI Monitor + I²C Monitor
- LOG Storm Studio software installation guide (PDF)
- LOG Storm Studio release notes (PDF)
- LOG Storm Studio User’s guide (PDF)
- Example of LOG Storm Studio project file (.lsp)
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- What is LOG Storm and what is it useful for? – White Paper
- LOG Storm data sheet
- LOG Storm Studio Software Installation Guide
- LOG Storm Studio User’s Guide
- LOG Storm Studio C library User’s Guide