Smart Workspaces With The Analog Discovery 2

It is always exciting to see the Analog Discovery 2 used in innovative new applications. So we were particularly delighted to discover that the Benchduino group included an Analog Discovery 2 connector in their microcontroller development board!

Benchduino is a group who brainstorms ideas about the design of board sets that can be used to make ham radio projects and home brew test equipment. It began on 9/30/18 and currently has over 100 members.

As of the 11/12/18 update, their board includes:

– Analog discovery jack
– Prototype board socket
– 4×4 keypad
– RS-485
– Relay
– 3v power rail
– 16 bit ADC board

– CPU board socket
– LCD, OLED, buttons, LEDs, encoder, switches, pot
– USB to UART interface
– 5v power supply

An iteration with the Analog Discovery 2 connected.

Their latest iteration of the project runs on an external 7-16 volt input and includes the following boards:

– Large motherboard
– PIC CPU board
– Arduino Atmel 2560 CPU board
– Feather CPU board
– Raspberry PI Zero CPU board
– Prototype board
– I2C 2×16 LCD & 1.3″ OLED bitmap display board
– Nextion 2..4″ graphic display board

However, this project is ongoing so make sure to stay tuned to their official page for more updates!

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About Miranda Hansen

I enjoy creative writing, engineering, thinking, building, exploring and sharing with people. Huge aficionado of spending time thinking about things that “don’t matter.” I am very interested in unconstrained creativity. I love cross-discipline ideas and all of their integration into complete original systems. And I like things that do things.

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