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Logic Sniffer 16-bit input buffer wing back in stock

Posted on Friday, December 30th, 2011 in logic analyzer by DP

Logic Sniffer 16-bit input buffer is back in stock at Seeed Studio. This accessory buffers the extra 16 I/O bits on the ‘wing’ header.

The Open Logic Sniffer buffer wing in stock and shipping now for $15.

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2 Responses to “Logic Sniffer 16-bit input buffer wing back in stock”

  1. Hardcore says:

    How can one PCB + one DIL header + one 30 cent chip possibly be $15.00?

    • Ian says:

      It’s basically a subsidy for the very-low margin Logic Sniffer. The files are all open source at the gadget factory, so you should be able to download the gerbers and make your own for much cheaper.

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