The Device Settings Panel can be opened up by clicking on the Device Settings icon located on the software's side panel on the right.
Device Settings Button
From this panel, several settings can be configured, such as:
- Digital Channels
- Digital Sampling Rate
- Digital Voltage Setting
- Analog Channels
- Analog Sampling Rate
- Preset Saving/Loading
- Capture Modes (Looping, Timer, & Trigger)
- Capture Mode Specific Settings
- Glitch Filter
- Memory Buffer Size
Our tutorial video below demonstrates setting some basic settings such as enabling/disabling channels, settings the sampling rate and voltage, and specific settings related to the Timer capture type.
Individual digital and analog channels can be enabled and disabled as needed. In addition, the sampling rate for digital and analog channels respectively can also be adjusted.
Please note that changing these settings may affect the available sampling rates for other channels. This is due to the total amount of available bandwidth that our logic analyzers can support. When this happens, you will receive a popup about the sampling rate change like shown below.
Sampling Rate Change Popup Warning
When both digital and analog channels are enabled, changing the sampling rate for a certain type of channel (digital or analog), may also change the sampling rate for the other type (digital or analog). This is because certain digital sampling rate selections cannot be combined with certain analog sampling rates (and vice versa) due to architectural limitations.
In the example image below, selecting Digital 125 MS/s will increase (↑) the Analog sampling rate to 6.25 MS/s from its current setting. In addition, selecting Digital 6.25 MS/s will decrease (↓) the Analog sampling rate to 1.5625 MS/s from its current setting.
Digital Sampling Rate Selections may Change the Analog Sampling Rate
Logic Pro 8, Logic Pro 16, and our Original Logic16 all feature adjustable voltage thresholds, which can be set via the voltage dropdown setting next to the digital sampling rate setting. The 3.3+ Volts setting, for example, will set the voltage threshold to half that value, or 1.65 V. Our other logic analyzer models have a fixed voltage threshold, and therefore do not have this setting. For more information on the voltage setting options and thresholds, see our support article on this below.
Capture settings presets can be saved and loaded locally as needed. You can navigate to the support article below for more information on this.
For more information on the available capture modes and their specific settings, see the support article below.