CompactFlash (CF) represents the Standardised Flash Memory Card. It was first launched by SanDisk in 1994. CompactFlash Technology, which is proposed by the CFA (CompactFlash Association), is compatible with the standard of the PC ATA interface. It can be applied in various Flash Memory Cards to access data, and it is most widely used in the Memory Cards for use with digital cameras.
Compact Flash 4.1 Interface Analyser Module
The Compact Flash 4.1 Interface Analyser module has been specifically designed to work with any ZeroPlus LAP-C logic analyser. The module is supplied free of charge with your logic analyser purchase:
LAP-C(16032) 16-channels, 100MHz, 512Kbit capture buffer
LAP-C(16128) 16-channels, 200MHz, 4Mbit capture buffer
LAP-C(162000) 16 channels, 200MHz, 64Mbit capture buffer
LAP-C(32128) 32-channels, 200MHz, 4Mbit capture buffer
LAP-C(322000) 32-channels, 200MHz, 64Mbit capture buffer
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