• 19.11.2019

    STEMlab 250-12, the most versatile lab instrument

    We've been teasing you with news about our newest product for a couple of months now and the time you've been waiting for is here. The new STEMlab 250-12 with improved analog front-end performance will be available in December 2019 at a discounted price. Check out the preliminary technical information and some first look photographs of the product below.

  • 28.08.2019

    First look at the new STEMlab 250-12

    Last week we updated you on the development of the new Red Pitaya STEMlab 250-12. We are happy to announce that we now have the first prototypes in the house and we are currently testing them. We expect to have the product available by the end of 2019 so if you are interested you can already let us know at


  • 23.07.2019

    Red Pitaya for evaluation of southern hemisphere radio propagation

    A good example of STEMlab use in practice is Antarctica NEUMAYER STATION III project, where device is used to send and receive low-power transmissions to test propagation paths.

  • 04.07.2019

    Free Red Pitaya Winner

    We recently visited ANIMMA conference which was held in the beautiful setting of Portorož, Slovenija. We presented our products together with our mother company Instrumentation Technologies  that provides solutions for particle accelerators and industries.

  • 02.07.2019

    Embedded World 2019 operation

    In February of this year we exhibited at Embedded World (26-28 February 2019) in Nuremberg, Germany. The operation was selected for co-financing in the Public tender for co-financing individual appearances of companies at international trade fairs abroad in the years 2019-2022.  The investment is co-financed by the Republic of Slovenia and the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund.

  • 18.04.2019

    Red Pitaya in Synchrotron SOLEIL

    Recently there has been an article published in Nature Physics which describes the use of Red Pitaya in a project of relativistic electron bunches in synchrotron light sources. This project was done at French national synchrotron radiation facility SOLEIL. We are proud to say that Red Pitaya was not not just a part of the experiment but the FPGA was the main component of the control.

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