|Channels||8 + 1|
|Samplerate||8ch @ 24MHz, 8+1ch @ 12MHz|
Digital: 0V — +5.3V|
|Threshold voltage||Fixed: VIH=1.4V, VIL=0.8V|
|Price range||$20 - $25|
The Noname LHT00SU1 is a USB-based, 8-channel logic analyzer with up to 24MHz sampling rate, with 1 additional analog channel (theoretically 2, but only one of them can be used at a time; 3MHz analog bandwidth).
It is a clone of the CWAV USBee AX-Pro.
In sigrok, we use the open-source fx2lafw firmware for this logic analyzer.
Note: fx2lafw currently doesn't support switching between the two possible analog channels, 1ACH will be used unconditionally.
See Noname LHT00SU1/Info for some more details (such as lsusb -v output) on the device.
There's a jumper on the PCB which write-protects the I²C EEPROM when set (it ships in that state) by keeping the WP pin at 3.3V.
Since we use the open-source fx2lafw firmware for this device, we don't need to know the protocol.
- raspberrypiwiki.com: LHT00SU1_Virtual_Oscilloscope_SKU:412961 (info and software download)