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Analog Discovery Pro ADP3250 BNC (471-041)

A computer adapter (USB, Ethernet, WiFi) that works as a 2-channel oscilloscope, a 16-channel logic analyzer and a programmable signal generator. Includes BNC oscilloscope probes. Digilent 471-041

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ID: 585177

1 130,75€ gross (23% VAT)
919,31€ net

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Analog Discovery Pro ADP3250 is the latest accessory for a personal computer from Analog Discovery transforming it into a universal, multifunctional instrument for measuring, visualizing, generating and recording signals in the electronics lab.

The highlight is the two-channel oscilloscope, offering 14-bit resolution up to 0.5 GS/s. Additionally, the device is equipped with 16 digital channels, a built-in power source, digital outputs, a two-channel arbitrary generator, as well as two external triggers. In total, ADP3250 offers 12 functions:

  • Oscilloscope,
  • Programmable power sources,
  • Data Acquisition,
  • Digital waveform generator,
  • Spectrum analyzer,
  • Impedance analyzer,
  • Signal generator,
  • Voltmeter,
  • Logic analyzer,
  • Static I/O control,
  • Network analyzer,
  • Protocol analyzer.

One of the new features that Analog Discovery Pro adds is Linux mode, which provides a terminal operating system that runs on the device. Allows the use of four USB host ports on the Analog Discovery Pro rear panel. Linux mode supports communication between the device and the host computer via USB, Ethernet and Wi-Fi, and also allows access to the Internet, e.g. using a WiFi adapter.

Analog Discovery Pro features a variety of advanced triggering options. Instruments within WaveForms can be cross-triggered for example, activating an oscilloscope capture based on a received and decoded digital protocol. And external signals can trigger events using the two dedicated external trigger inputs on the back of the device. WaveForms provides these features configurable in the instruments themselves, or for more control or automation in one of the available scripting interfaces.

WaveForms is the free software application for the ADP3450 and ADP3250 and enables use of the available analog and digital instruments. The software has been refined by customer feedback for over 10 years and features a computer and laptop friendly user interface that has the feel of traditional benchtop software. The device communicates with WaveForms via a USB or ethernet connection to your computer, allowing users to capture, record, analyze, and generate mixed signal and mixed domain waveforms. WaveForms can be downloaded and installed in under 60 seconds and can be tested without hardware using its demo mode feature. In addition to the use of instruments in the application, the WaveForms application has a script editor tool, which allows custom scripting of the instrument in JavaScript. WaveForms is designed to be run on a laptop or desktop computer and is Mac, Windows, and Linux compatible. The user also has at his disposal the WaveForms SDK, a set of software libraries and examples that can be used to create custom applications in C, C++, C#, Visual Basic and Python, as well as using LaVIEW and MATLAB.

Comprehensive documentation and operating instructions are available for the device. The manufacturer also provides numerous guides and sample projects available on the product page.

Features

Analog Inputs:

  • Used in the Oscilloscope, Network Analyzer, Spectrum Analyzer, Voltmeter, Impedance Analyzer, and Data Logger
  • Two analog input channels accessible via front panel BNC connectors
  • Channel type: single ended
  • Analog bandwidth: 55+ MHz @ 3 dB
  • Noise limiting hardware bandwidth filter: 20 MHz
  • Can be enabled or disabled
  • 14-bit resolution (16-bit resolution with oversampling)
  • Input range ±25 V (±50 V diff)
  • Input protected to ±50 V
  • Max sampling rate:
  • 0.5 GS/s (with oversampling enabled)
  • 100 MS/s default
  • AC or DC coupling
  • Input buffer Size
  • 128 MS total in record mode
  • 32 k + samples per channel in repeated/shift/screen modes
  • Channel type: single-ended

Analog Outputs:

  • Used in the Waveform Generator, Impedance Analyzer, and Network Analyzer
  • Two arbitrary waveform generator channels, accessible via front panel BNC connectors
  • 14-bit Resolution
  • AC amplitude (max): ±5 V
  • Analog bandwidth: 15 MHz @ 3 dB
  • Maximum Sampling Rate: 125 MS/s

Digital Power Supply:

  • One Power supply with two access points
  • Voltage Range: 1.2 V to 3.3 V
  • Output Current: 300 mA

Digital Inputs and Outputs:

  • Used in the Logic Analyzer, Pattern Generator, Protocol Analyzer, and Digital I/O
  • Channels: 16
  • Input logic standard: LVCMOS (adjustable 1.2 V to 3.3 V, 5 V tolerant)
  • Output logic standard: LVCMOS (adjustable 1.2 V to 3.3 V, 8 mA)
  • Max sampling rate: 125 MS/s
  • Logic analyzer buffer memory:
    • 64 MS total in Record Mode
    • 32 k+ per channel in Repeated/Shift/Screen modes

Advanced Triggering:

  • Trigger sources: oscilloscope analog channels, function generator start, digital I/O lines, external triggers, manual trigger button
  • Trigger Modes: None, auto, manual (forced trigger), single
  • Analog Trigger: Edge, pulse, transition, condition, level, hysteresis, hold-off
  • Digital Trigger: Edge, level, pattern, glitch, protocol

Connectivity:

  • Device to computer: USB or Ethernet connection (in Linux or Standard Modes)
  • 4 High-speed USB 2.0 ports for peripheral connection (enabled in Linux mode)
  • Enabled for set and tested WiFi dongles (in Linux Mode)

Other:

  • Auxiliary Powered
  • Dimensions: 23.40 cm x 19.40 cm x 3.81 cm
  • Weight: 450 g

Kit contains

  • Analog Discovery Pro ADP3250
  • USB Type A to USB Type B cable
  • 19 V 3.4 A power supply
  • US power cord
  • EU power cord
  • 2x12 connection wires
  • 4 x BNC to mini-grabber cables
  • 2 x P2150 oscilloscope probes

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