The Open Workbench Logic Sniffer is an open source logic analyzer with a USB interface. The hardware is designed for the SUMP open source logic analyzer client and toolchain. This project is a collaboration between the Gadget Factory and Dangerous Prototypes.
Capture 50MHz+ waveforms on 32 channels
200Msps captures up to 100MHz waveforms on 16 channels
100Msps captures up to 50MHz waveforms on 32 channels
16 buffered channels, 5volt tolerant
M74LCX16245DTR2G transceiver tolerates voltages from -0.5V to +7V.
216K Block RAM supports following memory configurations*
8 channels with 24K sample depth
16 channels with 12K sample depth
32 channels with 6K sample depth
External clock and trigger input
Allows interfacing with external test equipment and daisy chaining OLS's for additional channels.
Internal clock and trigger output
16bit wing expansion header
USB interface, USB powered
USB upgradable everything
Designed for the SUMP logic analyzer client
Memory depth is the maximum supported by the hardware, the current firmware implements the following memory depths:
8 channels with 16K sample depth
16 channels with 8K sample depth
32 channels with 4K sample depth
Future firmware upgrades will support the maximum memory configurations.
The cable is not included, please purchase if you need one.
This open source hardware and software is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. If you can't accept this risk, please do not buy this hardware.
An Open Software Ecosystem
We recognize that each project has different requirements and goals. As such we have worked to provide as much flexibility to developers as possible. Our quad-core solution allows us to run numerous software solutions. From the selection of algorithms, NLP services, smart assistants, operating systems, and more, we wish to support our users. If you have suggestions on what services you would like to see us officially support let us know on our forums, or if you enjoy the work yourself, submit a merge request to our github.