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August 22, 2012 AT 7:34 am

Arduino Lab by HobbyLab

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Arduino Lab by HobbyLab.

Multi-functional logic analyzer and signal generator on Arduino-compatible shield. Simply place it on your Arduino and see all digital signals on the computer screen.

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  1. This looks like a great tool for those who want to see how things work – like an ocilloscope with a brain. Can’t wait to get mine.

  2. …And it’s only available for Windows. You’d think people would learn. Especially when it seems like the majority of forum posts in Arduino-land that talk much at all about the OS seem to be talking about linux.

  3. It needs either a sump or sigrok client but I don’t
    see much hardware info on the site. What chip is that?

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