Test logic levels within an operating circuit.Designed by ZombieWizard, Ships from Canada
What is it? A logic probe lets you peek inside an operating digital circuit to see not voltage levels, but logic signals. Why did you make it? It's a must have tool when debugging digital circuits ...Read More…
A logic probe lets you peek inside an operating digital circuit to see not voltage levels, but logic signals.
It's a must have tool when debugging digital circuits (that includes anything that's using GPIO pins on Arduino and the like). I wanted one for myself, as well as having A DIY version available as part of an Adafruit learning guide series I was writing.
It's simple, small, and inexpensive. It doesn't have a lot of bells and whistles but it does the job it was meant for. The probe, itself, is an analog circuit
The kit contains the bare PCB and the required parts. There is an option to include a case, but STL files are available so that you can print one instead. Fusion360 files are available so adjustments can be made (probably only to the tip length). The power leads are up to you, depending on how long you want them and what you want to connect them to for power.
Seon | July 7, 2018
Thilo | May 28, 2018
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I started working with hardware in the days of 8-bit CPUs, Apple ][s, and C64s. Since then I've working in hardware but mostly software. Now I've come back to hardware with a vengeance.
Why "ZombieWizard"? I created that company/name when I was working on iOS apps for Magic the Gathering players. In the game I prefer black/blue decks. Zombies are one architypical creatures for black and wizards for blue. I had a caricature drawn in the style of the cards "Havengul Lich" and "Lich Lord of Unx" for biz cards, etc.