It’s almost time for the holidays, which definitely means buying yourself presents. And we have the best present, whether you choose to share it or keep it for yourself! We are happy to announce that the Analog Discovery 2 is now available for sale on our new website.
The Digilent Analog Discovery 2 was developed in conjunction with Analog Devices and is supported by Xilinx University Program. It’s a multi-function instrument that allows users to measure, visualize, generate, record, and control mixed signal circuits of all kinds. It’s small, it’s affordable, and it’s powerful. It’s useful whether you’re a student, hobbyist, or a general electronics enthusiast. The Analog Discovery 2 is eminently configurable, though it is designed to work with WaveForms 2015 (Mac, Linux and Windows Compatible) software. It can be connected to circuits via simple wire probes or the Analog Discovery BNC Adapter and BNC probes.
If you’re wondering what the differences are between the Analog Discovery 2 and its predecessor, the Analog Discovery, check out the Digilent resource center.
You can also find more information about specific features, including schematics and a reference manual, on the new site.
In your Analog Discovery 2 package, you will receive the Analog Discovery 2 itself, one regular-sized project box, one USB A to micro B programming cable, one 2×15 flywire signal cable assembly, a 5-pack of 6-pin male headers, and one ferrite cable snap-on.
Order yours today!
4 Comments on “Get Your Hands on the Analog Discovery 2 Now!”
Thank you Amber and thank you Digilent. I touch this product Analog Discover 2 in Turkey thanks to Mircea Dabacan, Cristina Dabacan and Emrah Issever from Beti Bilisim in Ankara. It’s a fantastic lab equipment for students and R&D staff with including a headphone output jack. Thanks again to Digilent’s and Xilinx’s developer team.
Its good to see that the WaveForm software now also supports Mac and Linux – its still quite rare to see the latter (thats why I tweeted about it https://twitter.com/hlipka/status/673562409194430464 :).
And the ARM support is even more fantastic. Do you know whether it will run on a RasPi2? (This could make it to a great standalone unit)
This is an under-recognized product for what it provides at such a reasonable price. The Academic pricing
is even better – the unit can be had for the average price of a mid-range multi-meter. There is absolutely no better device for the exploration of Electronics. I recommend this to anyone who’s just starting out in electronics, enjoys it as a beginner hobbyist and/or is enrolled in an EE/Electronics related program/degree.
And with the ability to grab a free Analog Parts kit (Students) as well, this is too good to be true.
I applaud Digilent (and all other parties involved) for managing to get this into the hands of students at an affordable price. Now if I can just manage to scrap up the funds to have a merry Christmas myself, Analog Discovery 2, here I come – Ho Ho Ho.
I do a lot of Anolog work mixed with MCU and this would be very cool to work with!!
I would love to get my hands on one of those Analog2 devices !!! 😀