Table updated: September 6th, 2023
It has been Digilent’s mission from the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis to share the burden with those who have built us up to the company that we are today. Inevitably, Digilent is being impacted by the prioritization of medical devices in the semiconductor industry plus extended factory shutdowns, creating a parts shortage around the world.
We want to empower you to make the best decision for yourself as possible. We do our best to communicate stock return dates, but unfortunately due to part delays and shortages those dates are always subject to change in this unpredictable climate.
We highly recommend that customers, or those in academia, place their orders for those products before the academic buying season, as we may not be able to fulfill those orders. We are working closely with our partners to help balance the allocation of parts for Digilent with the increasing demand for medical device components globally. We are doing our best to keep everything in stock, but are facing significant manufacturing uncertainty. In addition, we are experiencing an increase in pricing for critical parts.
The following is a list of out of stock products with their estimated return dates. Please note that these dates may change, and there are likely some that do not have an exact return date at this time. If you would like to be notified when a specific product is back in stock, enter your email address in the notification field found on the product pages.
|SKU||Product||Estimated return date|
|410-321||Analog Discovery 2||End of September, 2023|
|Arty S7-25||Mid-October, 2023||410-321||Analog Discovery 2||End of September, 2023|
|MCC 172 and MCC 172 Coaxial Cable Bundle||End of September, 2023|
|6069-410-009||MCC USB-205||Fall 2023|
|6002-410-028||LFTX Daughterboard for Ettus USRP N210||TBD|
Thank you for bearing with us during this difficult time. The Digilent team is doing everything we can to prevent these issues from impacting your work, and we appreciate your continued contributions to the engineering community.