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learn:instrumentation:tutorials:openlogger:gpio-logic-analyzer [2019/01/11 23:26]
Arthur Brown
learn:instrumentation:tutorials:openlogger:gpio-logic-analyzer [2019/01/22 18:15] (current)
Arthur Brown
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 ====== OpenLogger - Digital I/O ====== ====== OpenLogger - Digital I/O ======
  
-FIXME - confirm specs+<WRAP round important>​ 
 +=== Important!=== 
 +The OpenLogger'​s Digital I/O channels are not yet supported in software. Check back later for more updates. 
 +</​WRAP>​
  
-The OpenLogger has 10 3.3v logic digital channels ​each capable of sourcing 7mA and sinking 12mA.  Each channel can be independently configured as general purpose I/O or as a logic analyzer channel. Logic analyzer channels can be sampled at up to 10 MS/s.+The OpenLogger has eight 3.3v logic digital channels. ​ Each channel can be independently configured as general purpose I/O.
  
-**Note:** //The tutorial video below was created for the OpenScope MZ rather than the OpenLogger. There are no significant differences between the GPIO features of the OpenLogger and OpenScope MZ. The OpenLogger doesn'​t contain a Logic Analyzer.//+**Note:** //The tutorial video below was created for the OpenScope MZ rather than the OpenLogger. There are no significant differences between the Digital I/O features of the OpenLogger and OpenScope MZ, except that the OpenLogger doesn'​t contain a Logic Analyzer.//
  
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