Saleae Logic and Logic16 Product Teardown

Logic16 Teardown

 

In this episode Shahriar takes a look inside the “Logic”, “Logic16″ and USBee SX which were reviewed in the previous episode. The PCBs get a closeup inspection along with some insight into the design of these products. How do they compare? Well, you’ll have to watch the video to find out! Make sure to comment and join our Community Forum to discuss these products.

 

 

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  3. Adam says:

    Thank you for the review.

    It’s interesting how does input circuitry of Logic16 implemented. Because of input impedance is 180K, there probably are some resistor dividers before FPGA inputs. What protection devices are used? Could you please make a photo of Logic16 PCB? A good enough photo to see input circuitry details.

    Thank you.

  4. john says:

    Salea Logic does have (Schottky?) Diodes connected from each input port to VCC and GND.
    This is of course not a overvoltage protection, but at least additional ESD protection.

    • Shahriar says:

      Thanks for the comment John!

      Logic16 can take +/- 15V at its inputs, I don’t think the FPGA can take that voltage on its own, so I think it has more than just ESD protection.

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