Agilent / HP / Keysight 1662C
1662C 68-Channel 100 MHz State/500 MHz Timing Benchtop Logic Analyzer
The Agilent/HP 1662C is a 68 channel portable benchtop logic analyzer helps you get to the root cause of problems quickly.
The 1662C has an internal hard disk drive, which provides quick storage and retrieval of files. The 3.5-inch high-density flexible disk drive supports both DOS and LIF formats.
LAN interface enables access to the logic analyzer files via FTP or NFS.
Use X11 windows and display the logic analyzer user interface on a PC or workstation.
The HP 1662C operating system includes System Performance Analysis (SPA). SPA provides state histograms, state overview, and time interval analysis.
The HP E2450A Symbolic Download Utility is included with the 1662C. This utility provides the capability to extract symbolic information from popular object module formats.
Data can be stored as ASCII files and screen images in TIFF, PCX, and EPS (encapsulated PostScript™) formats.
New graphical trigger macros make trigger setup easier. Centronics, RS-232 and HP-IB communications ports make connecting to other devices easier than ever. All of these come standard on HP 1662C model.
Standard DIN mouse and keyboard connectors come standard with the Agilent / HP 1662C.
The HP 1662C logic analyzer was designed to make things easier by bridging the gap between the hardware and software worlds. The HP 1662C covers a wide application range from the isolation of elusive hardware flaws to the debugging of real-time code. It is all displayed together with time correlation and markers that track between code and waveforms.
The HP 1662C logic analyzer has five modes of timing analysis so hardware designers can adapt the analyzer to the speed and type of data they need to capture. Conventional timing analysis resolves time intervals as short as 2 ns between edges. Transitional timing is right for situations when you need to look at data bursts with periods of inactivity between.
Some of the tougher hardware problems can be found only with digital triggering and solved only with an oscilloscope. So, the CS models come with a built-in, 1-Ga/s oscilloscope that can be triggered by the logic analyzer.
Many important capabilities have been added to the 1662C logic analyzer to help software engineers. The modules of 1662C have functionality that was previously available only with more expensive logic analyzers.
The HP Software Analyzer package gives the high level view required for faster debug by displaying a disassembled state analysis listing with symbolic data in a window along side the source code listing which makes finding elusive software defects a lot simpler.
Broad microprocessor support with source code linkage
Optional Ethernet LAN for networked operation
5 modes of timing analysis to capture different kinds of data
Optional built-in oscilloscope shows the analog perspective
Upgrade paths to add more channels, LAN, or an oscilloscope
Internal hard disk drive.
3.5-inch high-density flexible disk drive.
System Performance Analysis (SPA).
The HP E2450A Symbolic Download Utility is included.
Store data as ASCII files and screen images in TIFF, PCX, and EPS formats.
New graphical trigger macros make trigger setup easier.
Centronics, RS-232 and HP-IB communications ports make connecting to other devices easier than ever.
Standard DIN mouse and keyboard connectors. A mouse ships with HP 1662C.
Number of Channels State/Timing: 68
Conventional Timing Speed: 250MHz (All Channel - 500MHz)
Glitch Timing Speed: 125MHz (Half Channels)
Hold Time Window: 125MHz (All Channels - 1.44Mb Floppy
State Speed/Timing Speed: 100MHz
State/Timing Memory Depth: 4k (All Channels) - 8k (Half Channels)
Input resistance: 100 K Ohms, ±2%
Input Capacitance: Approx. 8 pF
Minimum Input Voltage Swing: 500 mV peak-to-peak
Input Dynamic Range: ± 10 V about the threshold
Maximum Input Voltage: ± 40 V peak
Weight: 28.6 lbs. (13 kg)
Power: 115 Vac or 230 Vac, 48-66 Hz, 320 VA max
Temperature: 0° to 50° C