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In sigrok, we use the open-source fx2lafw firmware for this logic analyzer. There is a very similar board made by Geeetech, it has near-identical components but a slightly different layout.
All the pins on the FX2 LP are broken out to 40 header pins. By default the chip will boot in some internal bootloader which allows loading and executing from USB to the internal RAM. Sigrok will typically use the fx2lafw firmware for this aka "load-on-probe". The Cypress has no DAC and can't by itself have any analog output. Geeetech product page. Since we use the open-source fx2lafw firmware for this device, we don't need to know the protocol.
Do not directly hook the board pins to another circuit, if you don't know what you are doing! This could damage the board! Check the fx2lafw page to see which protection circuits are used on other logic analyzer boards.
More information can be found in Circuits for barebone boards. Jump to: navigation , search. It is a clone of the Saleae Logic. Categories : Device Logic analyzer Supported. Navigation menu Personal tools Log in.
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Did you use this instructable in your classroom? Add a Teacher Note to share how you incorporated it into your lesson. To have the board working with PulseView we need the correct Windows driver - I downloaded it from here. Cypress released a knowledge base article that explains how to use this FX2LP low cost kit with Sigrok PulseView logic analyzer application. So far so good.
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