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Open Logic Sniffer on Ask an Engineer Chat

Posted on Monday, March 1st, 2010 in logic analyzer by Ian

We spotted an Open Logic Sniffer in Adafruit’s weekly Ask an Engineer Chat. It looks like they’re soldering it up on a reflow plate. We like the warning that the reflow plate may be a hot surface.

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One Response to “Open Logic Sniffer on Ask an Engineer Chat”

  1. ladyada says:

    and yet, we’ve gotten our fingertips burned. so maybe its not working :)

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