The Saleae Logic series logic analyzers allow you to observe digital signals with easy-to-use software.

Multiple signals can be tracked and recorded simultaneously.

Saleae Logic Analyzer provides APIs to connect to PC/MAC/Linux computers and extend device usage.

Housed in a compact, portable zippered neoprene case, this value-for-money product includes a USB cable, test clips (two test clips per input), and the necessary test chips.

This tool is a must if you need to debug SPI, i2c, serial, CAN, 1-Wire, Manchester, Biphase or any other digital protocol.

Saleae Logic products have been used to power satellites, avionics, submarines, electric vehicles and just about anything you can think of.

Clients include Apple, Google, Tesla, Amazon, Intel, Coca Cola, Garmin and more.

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When microprocessor systems were first developed, the need quickly arose to de-bug and carry out fault finding in them. Then, once these chips became widely used in the early 1980s, the need arose to monitor all of the many lines and test points simultaneously. Developing a technique that could do so in an affordable manner became critical. The then cutting edge technology oscilloscopes simply couldn’t achieve this. Once analyzers were first tested out and introduced into the technological ecosystem their complexity rose in accord with that of the circuits they were designed to test, in a still ongoing evolutionary process. Their speed increased, their functionality immeasurably improved, and their channels multiplied exponentially. To receive more information about logic analyzer, the experts in Pertech Embedded solutions will gladly help.

The most important features of a logic analyzer include:

  1. Sampling rate: The number of samples per second that the analyzer can capture.

  2. Channel count: The number of channels the analyzer can simultaneously monitor.

  3. Memory depth: The amount of memory available to store captured data.

  4. Triggering capabilities: The ability to trigger the analyzer based on certain conditions, such as a specific pattern or edge.

  5. Protocol decoding: The ability to automatically decode common protocols, such as I2C, SPI, and UART.

  6. User-friendly interface: An intuitive and easy-to-use interface that makes it simple to set up and analyze captured data.

  7. Compatibility: The ability to work with a wide range of digital circuits and microprocessors.

  8. Portability: The size and weight of the analyzer, as well as its power requirements, will determine how portable it is.

You probably already know all about how logic analyzers enable designers to optimize and debug hardware in digital prototyping systems as they proceed with the design process – or troubleshoot problems that arise in malfunctioning systems. The principle is simple – multiple signals from a digital system or circuit are captured, correlated and displayed, enabling the designer or technician to map out state machine traces, assembly language, timing diagrams or protocol decodes. To learn more about saleae logic analyzer, contact Pertech Embedded solutions.

What makes saleae logic analyzers stand out from the crowd is their ultra-portability and easy storage. The smallest model is a petite 1.66″ x 1.66″ x 0.39″ – but even the largest model is only 3.6″ x 3.6″ x 0.59″. Moreover, the saleae logic software works on any Windows, Mac or Linux operating system, so that cross platform work is simply not an issue. Finally, in contrast to most competing logic analyzers, saleae logic can record continuously.


Additional applications included in the saleae logic analyzer, which others lack, include an ability to decode multiple protocols at once – while still simultaneously displaying the original waveform. What this means for the user, is greater ease in comparing data than with dedicated protocol decoding tools, meaning that a great saving is affected in his time and his employer’s money.

The saleae logic analyzer also has an application enabling microcontroller peripherals to be debugged, rapidly speeding up the troubleshooting process by pinpointing the location of errors – an especially useful feature when several different parts are hyper reacting to each other simultaneously.


Finally, the saleae logic analyzer also functions as a USB-based data logger. The User Interface (UI) records and analyses the data easily, saving the user much time and frustration.

Do all these functions interest you? Then you are in luck. First, saleae is well represented in Israel by Pertech Embedded solutions and we will ensure you receive a product that is fully compatible with your own system and that you receive the tech support you are entitled to, under Selale’s three years warranty plan.