That is a mystery, because the device itself does not have a brand name or type number and the suppliers are also mysterious about the origin
Internet sources claim that this device is a one-to-one clone of Saleae's much more expensive logic analyser 'LOGIC8'. That might be true, because the intention is that you download the Saleae software to get the analyser up and running. The device also seems to be compatible to the 'AX PRO' from USBee.
What is delivered
At Banggood, where we bought this analyser, you not only get the device itself, but also a USB-A to mini-USB cable of 80 cm and eight connecting wires 1 mm female to 1 mm female. This allows you to extend the eight inputs of the analyser, which are in a ten-pole mini-connector.
But in fact, these wires are of no use at all, because first of all you need nine cables, the GND is also necessary, and secondly you cannot connect the analyser to anything with these cables.
The device is delivered with no manual or reference to a site where you can download the manual and necessary software
|The supplied components of this logic analyser. (© 2019 Jos Verstraten)|