Logic Sniffer back in stock at Seeed

Posted on Thursday, April 26th, 2012 in logic analyzer by DP

The Logic Sniffer is back in stock at Seeed Studio. The Open Bench Logic Sniffer is an open source logic analyzer. It’s designed to support the SUMP logic analyzer software at the lowest possible cost.

Get a Logic Sniffer for $50, with free worldwide shipping.

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6 Responses to “Logic Sniffer back in stock at Seeed”

  1. Anil Jangra says:

    Received just today from seeed, but not able to windows recognize this thing, tried all drivers from official FTDI website, I am using win7 and win xp on other system. On both its same problem, any help is appreciated, thanks

  2. Ian says:

    Hi Anil. Logic sniffer is a USB CDC device not ftdi. Please try the driver in the software package you can download from the wiki.

  3. Anil Jangra says:

    I’ll try later today, and I guess this also going to solve the same problem with Bus Pirate 4. I was trying FTDI drivers with that too without success. Thanks Ian for pointing to the solution.

  4. Anil Jangra says:

    Driver installed, thanks everyone. OLS client crashes after a mins but i guess its win7 problem i’l sort it out using other system

    • Filip says:

      sorry to hear that, my OLS works with W7 ultimate x64…plz update us with your checks with other systems…

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