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Offline im2geek4you

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Acute TL2236B vs Zeroplus LAP-C322000 logic analyzers
« on: July 15, 2013, 11:30:25 pm »
Hello all,

So I'm thinking about buying an LA that does protocol decoding with the largest number of channels and highest sampling rate. The Acute TL2236B sold by Batronix seemed a good candidate. However I did a look around in this forum and Acute brand is almost never mentioned. I found Zeroplus mentioned in another thread and the LAP-C322000 seems to be at the same level than the Acute. 
Does anyone knows anything about these 2 logic analyzers. Which one is the best "bang for the buck"?
Perhaps someone owns one?


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Re: Acute TL2236B vs Zeroplus LAP-C322000 logic analyzers
« Reply #1 on: July 15, 2013, 11:46:38 pm »
I like the Acute because it has a much higher sampling rate compared to the Zeroplus. OTOH don't expect to use either on high speed signals. The probes are not up to such a task. The high samplerate only provides a better time resolution.

What I don't like about both is that they specify the total amount of memory which is a bit misleading. You will want the model with the largest memory.
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