Farnell has added Ikalogic to its test and measurement range, extending its portfolio of competitively priced logic analysers and handheld oscilloscopes. Designed with engineers in mind, Ikalogic products will be welcomed by electronic design and firmware engineers, embedded designers and makers, enabling them to capture and analyse signals with ease.
Offering a high degree of flexibility in use, Ikalogic’s product range includes both wireless and battery operation (enabling isolation from mains voltage) and software which runs on Windows, macOS and Linux operating systems. The standard USB connection turns any computer into a measuring system allowing processing of hours of high frequency signals and identification of rare events. State of the art hardware guarantees reliable measurements and open-source add-on scripts offer in-depth analysis.
Key products available for same day despatch from Farnell include:
- IkaScope WS200 is a revolutionary, ultra-portable, battery powered wireless oscilloscope probe, the first of its kind anywhere in the world, making measurement and debugging simpler than ever before. The IkaScope connects to any WiFi enabled screen including desktop computer, tablet or smartphone to display captured signals and reliable measurements within a few seconds of using the product. Its patented ProbeClick® technology automatically holds captured signals when the probe tip is released.
- SP209 Series 9-Channel, 200MSPS logic analyser features an embedded 2 GB sampling memory and industrial bus receivers. The SP209 can capture logic signals and analyse I2C, SPI, CAN, RS232, 1-Wire, and 30 more protocols. The performance of the SP209 does not depend on USB connection bandwidth. The SP209 is ideal for embedded systems development and debugging, serial protocols analysis, industrial bus analysis, ADC (Analog to Digital Converter) diagnostics, reverse engineering, research and educational facilities.
- SQ series (ScanaQuad) is a low budget logic analyser which can capture, analyse and generate logic signals on 4 channels, at sampling rates up to 200MHz, allowing analysis and debugging of all serial protocols. Free ScanaStudio software is included to display, decode and analyse captured signals. Device performance