Analog Discovery Studio Case

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The Analog Discovery Studio provides a whole sweet of test and measurement equipment in one compact device, and has a variety of cables. Whether storing multiple devices in a lab for student checkout, or carrying the Analog Discovery in a backpack the Analog Discovery Studio Case is a great solution for protecting the device. 

This case comes ready-to-use with a foam insert shaped to enable easy storage of the Analog Discovery Studio, power supply, and cables. The sturdy plastic case with securing clasps and a handle will keep projects safe while on the go, providing users with the freedom and mobility to set up a lab space wherever they choose.

The sticker on the top of the case has a convenient place to label the case with a name or unit number. This is particularly convenient for storing multiple Analog Discovery Studios in a lab or library, or when creating a device rental or checkout system. 

  • Sturdy plastic case with handle
  • Custom Foam insert with cut-outs for the power supply, cables, and Analog Discovery Studio (sold separately)
  • Product Compliance: 
    • HTC: 3923109000
    • ECCN: EAR99
  • Analog Discovery Studio Case 
  • Custom cut foam insert

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  • 2
    Looks nice, doesn't work

    Posted by Tommy L on 22nd Jun 2021

    This case looks great on the website but if you actually use a Studio, it becomes apparent in about 10 seconds that this case wasn't designed by anyone who works with it. This case doesn't even hold the power supply that plugs into the wall nicely. If you place it under board, the board won't sit down in the foam correctly and if you place it on the side, the prongs stick up past the lid. Really??? The box needs to be about 2 inches deeper and way more room on the sides to accommodate everything you need to use the board. I can't speak to the durability becuase it's new but it's all cheap plastic and the lid has already fallen off by dropping out of the hinge. I would not recommend this especially for the price they are charging.

  • 3
    Not enough space

    Posted by Robert Voorhees on 8th Jul 2020

    The case should be designed to hold more than the Analog Discovery Studio, its power supply and a few probes. If you are working on a design there should be and area to store components. Also the lid is not high enough to leave your project components on the breadboard without crushing them. The foam area under the Analog Discovery Studio should be cut out just leaving enough to support the unit. This would give you more room to store project related components and more.

  • 3
    Case for Analog Discovery Studio

    Posted by Abdie Tabrizi on 29th Apr 2020

    The case for the Analog Discovery Studio unit is too small. It is big enough to hold the unit but this unit is also being sold (as an option) with a few cables etc. I suggest either making the box deeper or longer to accommodate cables (test leads).

  • 4
    Convenient and sturdy case, should hold more.

    Posted by Charles Boncelet on 28th Feb 2020

    The case is about 13.5" x 10.5" x 3.5". It is sturdy and nicely built. The foam insert has a cutout of the left (I fit all the Studio's standard wires and two pairs of BNC grabbers), a deep cutout in the middle (the power supply brick and USB cable), and a shallow cutout for the Studio. The deep cutout should be a little deeper. The power supply sticks up about a quarter inch. I suspect over time the foam will deform and this problem will solve itself. Also it would be nice if there was a third cutout on the right for scope probes. I removed the foam and was able to fit an (older) AD parts kit and the scope probes with room to spare. However, things do slide around a bit. Some additional stuffing might be needed.