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High Speed, 480 Mbps Full Speed, 12 Mbps Low Speed, 1.5 Mbps
Target Device Port
USB 2.0 Type A receptacle
Target Host Port
USB 2.0 Type B receptacle
Analysis Port (connects to PC)
USB 2.0 Type B receptacle Analyser is bus-powered
Digital I/O Port
Mini DIN 9 connector 4 inputs, 4 outputs, 1 ground Digital inputs are rated for 3.3 V and max 30 MHz Digital outputs are rated for 3.3 V and 10 mA
Peak Current: 3 A (transient) Peak Voltage: 20 V (transient)
W x D x L: 70 mm x 26 mm x 114 mm (2.76 in x 1.02 in x 4.49 in)
97.5 g (0.21 lbs)
10 to 35 ??C (50 to 95 Ult
Total Phase demonstrates the Beagle USB 480 Power Analyser
USB Protocol Analysers will give you a good view of the USB communications protocol but will not tell you anything about the power consumpion of the target device whilst it is being used. When working with mobile USB devices in particular, power consumption is an important factor. The Beagle USB 480 Power Analyser allows you to monitor power consumption graphically as the device is running. This helps you identify protocol events than can give rise communication failure.
A Live Demonstration of the Beagle USB 480
A live demonstration of the Beagle USB 480 Protocol Analyser capturing and debugging data from Freescale's Kinetis K40 Microcontroller Tower system. This video also features the Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter and the Beagle I2C/SPI Protocol Analyser.
Debugging USB Traffic Using the Beagle USB 480 Real-time Analyser
The Beagle USB 480 Protocol Analyser lets you capture and analyse high-speed USB data in real-time. This video demonstrates shows the analyser capturing and filtering USB traffic from different USB devices. Please note, Data Center software v2.20 is used in this video. For best performance, Total Phase recommends using the latest release of the Data Center software.
Introducing Data Center 3.0, Protocol Analysis Software for The Total Phase Beagle