I’m currently looking into the flipper zero as a portable device to help me analyze stuff in my work.
I’m travelling as a software developer, but often need to work at a very low level with hardware in the automation industry.
I’ve found the Flipperscope, but I’ll also need something to record streams of data on serial interfaces with different baudrates - and any other interface to gather raw data would be awesome as well (Ethernet, Profibus, Profinet, CAN,…)
Also, the IOs would need to be able to handle something like 5/12-24/32V.
I haven’t really looked into Flipper Zero and the limits of the extension boards yet, so I’m not sure, if I got this right. But I thought, as long as the extension board can handle the input, I could come up with something like tcpdump for this interface/protocol and push the resulting data into something like e.g. wireshark or just a hex editor (depending on the protocol).
I’m not quite sure where I should start to look or if the flipper even is a good device for that.
But the form factor and option for extendability seems very intriguing.
Thanks upfront for any input!