USB Analog/digital logger

Posted on Tuesday, December 13th, 2011 in project logs by DP

Arhi started started working on a USB/UART analog and digital logger:

It’s a simple USB logger that can log 12 analog and 3 digital channels + data from MAX6675 (thermocouple driver). It sends the data via usb or uart.

We think this is a very useful device that has a place on every bench top. We often find ourselves needing to monitor various signals at low speeds, and breaking out a scope or a DSO is too much of a hassle.

Arhi promises to write up the firmware once he has time for it.

Via the forum.

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One Response to “USB Analog/digital logger”

  1. arhi says:

    This is a very old project btw .. and it’s unfortunately waiting for firmware more then 5-6 months.

    I think the UBW firmware could be used as a starting point for this firmware but .. donno ..

    The pcb ain’t much it’s more less breakout board for 18F2550 with MAX6675..

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