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Which logic analyzer is best

Discussion in 'Electronic Equipment' started by JasonW, Nov 12, 2003.

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  1. JasonW

    JasonW Guest

    I am in the market for a cheap logic analyzer. I can't figure out the
    main difference between an HP 1631D and 1651A. I think the 1631D has
    the 50MHz scope, and the 1651A has the floppy for setups,but other
    than that specs seem the same?? I want to play around with some DSP
    and micro's. I have a TDS210 (60MHz) scope, so the scaope is not a
    huge deal. Any other good analyzers in the $100-500 range

  2. Harvey White

    Harvey White Guest

    I have a 1631D. Specs same as the 1630 except for the addition of
    the 2 trace digital scope. You cannot save setups on the 1631D
    internally. It will require a separate HP floppy drive or a setup
    with a 488 bus card/cable and a separate computer (you will probably
    write the program).

    If you wish to save the setups (labels, etc...) I'd recommend
    something that has internal storage. Don't know about the 1651A.

  3. I love my Tek 1240... Especially as it is capable of 100MHz sampling / 50MHz
    state (I think the HP 163X are 25MHz, no ?).
  4. mike

    mike Guest

    Whatever you buy, make SURE it has all the probes and pods you'll ever
    need and that they work.

    Bunch of stuff For Sale and Wanted at the link below.
    laptops and parts Test Equipment
    Honda CB-125S
    Color LCD overhead projector
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  5. I have a 1630G I'd consider getting rid of...

    erie patsellis
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