The MIIC-101 Bus Monitor is a Stand-Alone and Remote Troubleshooting Tool for the I2C (Inter Integrated Circuit) serial bus developed by Philips Semiconductor, or the System Management Bus (SMBus) developed by Intel, and other dervived protocols.
When connected to an I2C Bus, or SMBus network, the MIIC-101 Bus Monitor can collect, display or upload information on all bus activity.
A test cable provides connection to the network under test. Test clips are provided for:
SCL Clock Line
RS 232 Port
An RS-232 port connector and cable provides connection to PC Host system.
Bus activity can be monitored on a selective or non selective basis. Messages to all or a specified bus address can be captured in the trace buffer.
View Status Mode
In View Status Mode, the unit
displays bus line levels. Displayed information includes:
Forward Trace Mode
Forward Trace collects a trace of up to 2700 bus messages with optional Pre Trigger.
Backward Trace Mode
Backward Trace maintains a trace of up to the last 2700 bus messages with optional Post Trigger.
View Mode displays captured bus activity on the built-in display. Displayed information includes:
Both forward and reverse scrolling of captured data bytes or messages is supported.
Optional Windows-based I2C Analyzer Software Package available.
Internal 9V battery, +5V bus power, or externalÝ Wall Transformer (3 configuration options available, see below).
Power Configuration Options:
Standard (# MIIC-101)
European (# MIIC-101E)
International (# MIIC-101I)
120VAC 60Hz, USA Plug.(Wall Transformer # MWT-5VA)
220VAC, 50Hz, European Plug.(Wall Transformer # MWT-5VAE)
120/220/240VAC, 50-60Hz International Plug Selection. (Wall Transformer # MWT-5VAI)
Included Parts List
1. I2C/SMBus Monitor (#MIIC-101,
MIIC-101E, or MIIC-101I depending on power configuration selected).
Optional Add-On Parts
1. I2C/SMBus Analyzer Software
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