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LabTool - with LPC-Link 2

SKU 1402
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£83.32 inc VAT
£69.43 ex VAT

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LabTool is a versatile and powerful addition to your lab bench! It is an add-on board to the LPC-Link 2 (which is based on the LPC4370 - a 204 MHz Cortex-M4 with an 80 MHz ADC and two extra Cortex-M0 cores). This complete kit of the LabTool and LPC-Link 2 make use of all features on the LPC4370, creating a powerful development tool.

  • 11 channel logic analyser (up to 100Msamples per second)
  • 2 channel oscilloscope (up to 80 Msamples per second, 6MHz BW)
  • 11 channel digital signal generator (up to 80 Msamples per second)
  • 2 channel analogue signal generator (40kHz BW)

The feature rich Windows software interface supports:

  • One shot and continuous sampling
  • Sorting and moving of signals
  • SPI, I2C, UART signal interpreters
  • Project settings can be saved and restored
  • Collected data can be exported
  • Four cursors available to help interpret captured data
  • Open source software
  • Prepared for running under Linux and MAC

  • Digital inputs
    • 11 channel logic analyser
    • without trigger: 100 Msps (1-4 ch), 50 Msps (5-8 ch), 20 Msps (9-11 ch)
    • with trigger: 100 Msps (1-2 ch), 80 Msps (3-4 ch), 40 Msps (5-8 ch), 20 Msps (9-11 ch)
    • Falling/rising edge triggers with logical OR between channels
    • 3.3V logic level as default but 2.4-5.5V supported via DIO_VCC
  • Analogue inputs
    • 2 channel oscilloscope
    • 60 Msps (1 ch) and 30 Msps (2 ch) sampling (can be increased to 80/40 Msps if no hardware trigger is enabled)
    • +-25V input range, 1 Mohm input impedance, TBD pF input capacitance
    • AC/DC control
    • BNC connector and flexible cables via 26-pos IDC connector
    • 6 MHz BW (3 MHz for 20mV/div range and up to 12 MHz on 0.2V/div and 5V/div range)
  • Digital outputs
    • 11 channel digital signal generator
    • 80 Msps
    • 3.3V logic level
  • Analogue outputs
    • 2 channel analogue signal generator
    • +-5V, 40 kHz BW
    • Sine, square and triangle waveforms
  • Dimensions
    • 83 x 90 mm
  • Power
    • 5.0V via mini-B USB connector
  • Connectors
    • 26-pos IDC connector for digital and analogue I/O
    • Two BNC connectors
    • Calibration signals, 1.25V/78mV
    • Demo signals
    • Cortex debug connector to on-board LPC812 (2x5 pos)
    • Cortex debug connector from LPC-Link 2 connectors (2x5 pos)
  • Other
    • 12 channel demo signal generator (UART, I2C, SPI, counter, PWM) from on-board LPC812.
    • HW provision for I2C logging (sw not implemented)
    • Analogue calibration, can be done by user
    • Open source software



The software is open source and is available on github


There is a mailing list available for discussions about problems or improvements.