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Logic Pirate back in stock

Posted on Thursday, September 3rd, 2015 in Logic Pirate, News by DP

Logic Pirate

Logic Pirate is back in stock at Seeed Studio. It is an inexpensive, yet capable open source logic analyzer. It can sample 8 channels at 20 million samples per second, and may be overclocked for even faster acquisitions. It’s designed to support the open source SUMP logic analyzer protocol with software available for most operating systems.

You can get a Logic Pirate for $30.

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One Response to “Logic Pirate back in stock”

  1. Taylor says:

    Have a project I’m wanting to take on using the logic sniffer to unlock a hard drive with an unknown password… are they going to come back in stock anywhere at sometime in the future?

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