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Each Logic comes with everything you need: test lead set(s), test clips, USB cable, and carry case.
Digital/Analog Inputs
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Mixed-signal inputs can be recorded as digital, analog, or both.
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All data is streamed in real time over USB. The maximum sample rates depends on the number of digital and analog channels used. See Performance Calculator
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All data is streamed in real time over USB. The maximum sample rates depends on the number of digital and analog channels used. See Performance Calculator
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Logic 8
Logic 8
8
100 MS/s
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Maximum sample rate for three (3) digital and zero (0) analog channels in use. For other combinations, see Performance Calculator.
10 MS/s
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Maximum sample rate for two (2) analog and zero (0) digital channels in use. For other combinations, see Performance Calculator.
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Logic Pro 8
Logic Pro 8
8
500 MS/s
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Maximum sample rate for six (6) digital and zero (0) analog channels in use. For other combinations, see Performance Calculator.
50 MS/s
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Maximum sample rate for five (5) analog and zero (0) digital channels in use. For other combinations, see Performance Calculator.
USB 3.0
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Also works with USB 2.0, with an approximate 7x reduction in performance.
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Logic Pro 16
Logic Pro 16
16
500 MS/s
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Maximum sample rate for six (6) digital and zero (0) analog channels in use. For other combinations, see Performance Calculator.
50 MS/s
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Maximum sample rate for five (5) analog and zero (0) digital channels in use. For other combinations, see Performance Calculator.
USB 3.0
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Also works with USB 2.0, with an approximate 7x reduction in performance. By default, Logic Pro 16 will only enable 8 channels to comply with the USB 2.0 power specification. This can be overridden in the software, under Options->Preferences.
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Saleae builds the world’s most loved logic analyzers.

Well over 20,000 people every month use Logic — at Tesla, SpaceX, Apple, Google, and virtually every other hardware manufacturer on the planet.

Saleae logic analyzers are used by electrical engineers, firmware developers, enthusiasts, and engineering students to record, measure, visualize, and decode the signals in their electrical circuits.

Beginnings

We love great engineering tools – but when we were looking for a logic analyzer, the options we found weren’t particularly inspiring or affordable. So we decided to try and make our own.

The first very first Logic was bravely purchased by Chip C. on June 3rd 2008, on eBay. In those days, Joe hand-assembled each device—applying solder paste, placing parts with tweezers, and soldering with a hot air pencil.

Test equipment needs love, and we’re going to give it.

We believe in:

  • treating people well
  • great user experiences
  • great esthetic and functional design
  • simplicity over complexity
  • the importance of craftsmanship

Spoiler alert:
most EE tools are a pain in the ass to use.

Our mission is to make test equipment that’s a joy to use, and to push the entire industry in that direction. We believe there is tremendous opportunity to invent in this space.

Designed in
the San Francisco Bay Area

Where we’re located

Our offices are located just south of beautiful San Francisco.

Address:
408 N Canal St
Unit A
South San Francisco, CA
94080

Our Team

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Joe Garrison
CEO
Joe Garrison
CEO

Joe is from Glendale, Arizona. When he was a little kid, there were four things that were larger than life: robots, submarines, things that flew, and somehow making money. And...pretty much nothing has changed. These days, Joe's mission in life is to make the very best logic analyzer in the world and to have a blast doing it.

Hometown

Glendale, AZ

Started

2008

Personal Heroes

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Mark Garrison
VP Engineering
Mark Garrison
Vice President of Engineering

Software Architect, embedded & FPGA designer, software lead. Also known to answer questions about Logic16's LED settings.

Hometown

Glendale, AZ

Started

2008

Personal Heroes

Eric Stackpole and Ginger Whitesell

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General Manager
Mark Garrison
Vice President of Engineering

Software Architect, embedded & FPGA designer, software lead. Also known to answer questions about Logic16's LED settings.

Hometown

Glendale, AZ

Started

2008

Personal Heroes

Eric Stackpole and Ginger Whitesell

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Office Manager
Mark Garrison
Vice President of Engineering

Software Architect, embedded & FPGA designer, software lead. Also known to answer questions about Logic16's LED settings.

Hometown

Glendale, AZ

Started

2008

Personal Heroes

Eric Stackpole and Ginger Whitesell

Tim Reyes
Hardware Engineer and Support Manager
Mark Garrison
Vice President of Engineering

Software Architect, embedded & FPGA designer, software lead. Also known to answer questions about Logic16's LED settings.

Hometown

Glendale, AZ

Started

2008

Personal Heroes

Eric Stackpole and Ginger Whitesell

Oz Haven
Sr. Software Developer
Mark Garrison
Vice President of Engineering

Software Architect, embedded & FPGA designer, software lead. Also known to answer questions about Logic16's LED settings.

Hometown

Glendale, AZ

Started

2008

Personal Heroes

Eric Stackpole and Ginger Whitesell

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