Just the Facts: Analog Discovery Pro 2230

A blog post on the hardware features of the Analog Discovery Pro 2230 in less than 250 words for those of you who appreciate maximum utility in a minimum footprint. 

  • MSRP $749 USD 
  • Deep buffer memory – On board DDR memory to capture and hold over 100 million samples per input channel directly on the device. 
  • USB Type-C and 3.0 speeds. Satisfy your data hoarding desire by recording a 16-bit input at 125 MHz until your hard drive is full. There’s no judgment here. 
  • A pair of 14-bit BNC analog inputs with 50 MHz bandwidth. No, I don’t know what the “30” in 2230 stands for either. 
  • Hardware IIR and FIR filters for your analog inputs. 
  • Internally loop the filtered or raw analog input data directly to the analog output and vice-versa. 
  • A 14-bit BNC Analog output with 15 MHz bandwidth. 
  • 16 digital I/O pins to generate and analyze a wide variety of communication protocols. 
  • Two programmable power supplies with 3 Watt output each. If your application isn’t too power hungry, you can even use the supplies with just the potent USB Type-C connection and without the included external power supply in the ADP2230 kit. Nice! 
  • Integrated readback of temperature, output voltages, and total current used by the device. 
  • Adjustable system clock frequency from 50 MHz to 125 MHz. 
  • Two dedicated triggers for advanced triggering, external clocking, and Dual Mode.  
  • A sturdy aluminum case to put your (hopefully empty) coffee cup on.  

Shop the Analog Discovery Pro 2230 here: Analog Discovery Pro ADP2230: Mixed Signal USB Oscilloscope, Waveform Generator, Logic Analyzer, and Variable Power Supply – Digilent

 

 

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  • James Colvin

    A local Digilent employee who is sometimes tricked into making other content besides documentation and supporting customers on the Digilent Forum, but then I get to write a little more informally so that's a plus. A sassy engineer, lover of puns and dad jokes, father and husband. I know both way too much and simultaneously almost nothing about a number of nerdy topics. If you want to hear me rant, ask me what data rate USB C operates at.

About James Colvin

A local Digilent employee who is sometimes tricked into making other content besides documentation and supporting customers on the Digilent Forum, but then I get to write a little more informally so that's a plus. A sassy engineer, lover of puns and dad jokes, father and husband. I know both way too much and simultaneously almost nothing about a number of nerdy topics. If you want to hear me rant, ask me what data rate USB C operates at.

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