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Total Phase is a leading provider of embedded systems development tools for engineers all over the world. Total Phase's mission is to create powerful, high-quality, and affordable solutions for the embedded engineer. For years, Total Phase has developed products that have become tools of choice for Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, and research institutions alike.
The simplicity and ease of integration of Total Phase products have led to many unique engineering solutions. As customers build Total Phase products into their systems, Total Phase actively incorporates their feedback, building the solutions that engineers find most valuable. Customers are able to leverage these solutions to build higher-quality products for their own markets.
10 pin Split Cable
The Total Phase TP240212 cable is for connecting the Aardvark, Beagle or Cheetah to header pins or IC legs on your target boards.
Aardvark LabVIEW Driver Software
The Total Phase Aardvark LabVIEW Driver is a free and open-source LabVIEW Instrument Driver for accessing the Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter within the LabVIEW development environment. The driver bundle is targeted for Windows.
This driver is based on the Aardvark software library and provides all of the functions ordinarily available to a C language developer. Detailed documentation on the functionality of the Aardvark API can be found in the Aardvark user manual.
The Aardvark LabVIEW Driver is provided as a courtesy for Total Phase customers. While it has been verified to be complete and functional, detailed support on the Aardvark LabVIEW driver will not be provided by Total Phase. With that said, any developer familiar with LabVIEW will find that the Aardvark LabVIEW Driver is quite easy to integrate into a LabVIEW design. In addition, the driver can be modified by end-users to create any potential customisations.
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Aardvark USB to I2C/SPI Interface
The Total Phase Aardvark I2C USB to SPI Host Adapter is a perfect tool for every developer. This host adapter is a powerful and efficient tool that can be used by developers as a debugging tool. It works on I2C and SPI bus services and allows developers to connect it with Windows, Mac OS or Linux run computer systems via a fast USB connection. This interface allows users to downstream embedded system environment and transmit serial messages to the computer using SPI or I2C protocols.
The USB interface also provides scheduled updates of this adapter and makes it future-proof that are field-installable. The Total Phase Aardvark is cost-effective and very efficient for companies and organisations that are planning to increase their productivity.
Beagle I2C / SPI Analyser
The Total Phase Beagle I2C/SPI analyser is a protocol analyser is the perfect tool for developing an I2C, SPI, or MDIO based product. This small and portable analyser delivers high performance monitoring solution of bus signals and is an ideal companion for engineers working in the field or in the lab.
Beagle LabVIEW Driver Software
The Beagle LabVIEW Driver is a free and open-source LabVIEW Instrument Driver for accessing the Beagle I2C/SPI Protocol Analyser and the Beagle USB 12 Protocol Analyser within the LabVIEW development environment. The driver bundle is targeted for Windows.
This driver is based on the Beagle software library and provides all of the functions ordinarily available to a C language developer. Detailed documentation on the functionality of the Beagle API can be found in the Beagle user manual.
The Beagle LabVIEW Driver is provided as a courtesy for Total Phase customers. While it has been verified to be complete and functional, detailed support on the Beagle LabVIEW driver will not be provided by Total Phase. With that said, any developer familiar with LabVIEW will find that the Beagle LabVIEW Driver is quite easy to integrate into a LabVIEW design. In addition, the driver can be modified by end-users to create any potential customisations
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Beagle USB 12 Full and Low Speed Analyser
The Beagle USB 12 from Total Phase is a full/low speed USB analyser that non-intrusively monitors the USB bus in real-time. This analyzer can monitor the data across the USB bus at 21 ns resolution and is a cost-effective solution for every engineer and developer.
Beagle USB 480 Power - Standard
The Beagle USB 480 Power Protocol Analyser - Standard from Total Phase is a cost-effective tool for every developer that requires unique, powerful features and a competitive edge over others. It comes loaded with features like USB 2.0 advanced triggering (optional), extra-large hardware buffer, and one-click correlation of protocol-level voltage and current measurement. This enables engineers to take advantage of the unique real-time data analysis and display, allowing them to debug the operation of connected embedded systems and optimize the power profile of their applications.
This Beagle Protocol Analyser has a large buffer capacity of 256 MB, however the amount of data that can be captured depends on the RAM available on the computer used. It offers real-time class decoding of HID, Audio, Video, Still Image, Printer, Storage, Hub, Network, Mobile, and CDC data.
Beagle USB 480 Power - Ultimate
As USB devices continue to grow in number and complexity, developers need their monitoring and analysis tools to keep pace. The Beagle
Beagle USB 480 USB 2.0 Analyser
The Beagle USB 480 from Total Phase is a High-speed USB 2.0 bus monitor that non-intrusively analyzes high-speed USB-bus states and traffic in real-time basis. This analyzer features real-time USB class-level decoding and captures and interactively displays traffic passing through the USB port at 16.7 ns resolution.
Beagle USB 5000 4GB Memory Option
The Beagle USB 5000 v2 SuperSpeed Protocol Analyser captures and streams USB 3.0 data from the on-board memory buffer to the analysis computer. The 4 GB on-board memory buffer provides developers the ability to capture a larger stream of data. Since USB 3.0 traffic often occurs in bursts, the Beagle USB 5000 analyser constantly streams USB 3.0 data to the analysis computer and allows developers to capture more than 4 GB of data.