All through-hole version of the Logic Shrimp

Posted on Tuesday, June 14th, 2011 in builds, logic analyzer by Ian

jarin made an all through-hole version of the Logic Shrimp logic analyzer:

I’ve made variation of Logic Shrimp, using only through-hope components found in my junk box.

More details and pictures can be found here.

There is no schematics drawn, I built it just using datasheets and original schematics – and I’m too lazy to draw it once it is working.
Device is really great, I got it working flawlessly in two or three hours. OSL software is quite good. Cost of all components was under 10EUR.

Via the forum.

You can get the Logic Shrimp for $34.90 at Seeed Studio.

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