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    New tool for the electronic lab

    We have just added a new fancy tool to analyze and troubleshoot our ECUs. This is a 32 channel 1G Dreamsource logic analyzer
    Here is the unit in action a few moments ago
    Where do I attach each wire!!!
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    Re: New tool for the electronic lab

    Looks fancy! As well as complicated!

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    Re: New tool for the electronic lab

    That looks pretty neat. You just need the mating connector and you'll be all set.

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    Re: New tool for the electronic lab

    Brian, I do have the mating connector. Most of my work is playing about at the EPROM and processor for now
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    Re: New tool for the electronic lab

    Quote Originally Posted by chromguy View Post
    Brian, I do have the mating connector. Most of my work is playing about at the EPROM and processor for now
    I see. That's very interesting. Any specific plans for those items?

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    Re: New tool for the electronic lab

    Quote Originally Posted by cordes View Post
    I see. That's very interesting. Any specific plans for those items?
    At this point, troubleshooting and reverse engineering
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    Re: New tool for the electronic lab

    Reverse engineering is my favorite kind.

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    Re: New tool for the electronic lab

    Now that's some forward thinking!

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