Saelig has announced the availability of the Mercury T2C USB 2.0 and Power Delivery Protocol Analyzer that offers the newest USB Type-C connection. The Mercury T2C is a small and affordable hardware-based USB protocol analyzer. Saelig claims it is the industry’s first ultra-portable, hardware-based, USB and Power Delivery protocol analyzer. It combines the de-facto standard CATC Trace display, comprehensive USB class decoding, and PD 2.0 protocol analysis. The pocket-sized, bus-powered Mercury T2C sits in-line between host and device and provides transparent capture of all USB transactions.
With event triggering and real-time spool-to-disk capture the T2C has advanced capabilities that reduce time to market for USB systems and software. It graphically decodes logical protocol events to show the underlying transactions and packets. Decoding of upper level transactions allows users to see logical protocol events within the trace, eliminating the manual decoding of device-specific commands.
The Mercury T2C includes hardware-based event triggering, 256 Mbytes of memory, and spool-to-disk capture for extended recording. It includes cables to interface directly with USB 2.0 devices and the new Type-C devices. Available with USB 2.0 only, USB PD only, or both USB and PD analysis, the Mercury T2C features non-intrusive probing to preserve real-world signal and timing conditions.
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