Ril3y’s new Open Logic Sniffer case

Posted on Friday, June 11th, 2010 in cases, logic analyzer by Ian

Ril3y sent photos of a new laser-cut case for the Open Logic Sniffer. This case isn’t available yet, but we’ll keep you updated. Ril3y also sells a popular laser-cut case for the Bus Pirate.

You can order the OLS at Seeed Studio for $45, including worldwide shipping. Don’t forget that Seeed now has probe cables for $6 each.

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4 Responses to “Ril3y’s new Open Logic Sniffer case”

  1. DrF says:

    Ace work yet again from Ril3y. Not even had a chance to use my sniffer yet :(
    I put it in a generic tupperware box to protect it while in storage :)

  2. Luke Skaff says:

    It does not look like there is a cut out for the wing connector, that is a must, nice case though.

  3. I’m not sure whether it makes sense to put the version number onto it. What if one upgrades his OLS?

    • Ian says:

      That’s a good point. v1 is probably fine, future versions will have a different shape, but maybe the .01 is a little specific. There is already a tiny manufacturing update of the OLS (1.03, no major changes, just silk screen changes and minor tweaks) that will fit this case but has a different version number. I’m sure it’s no problem for Ril3y to change the text though.

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