STEMlab 125-10 is an open source measurement and control tool in size of a credit card (dimensions: 107 x 60 x 21 mm). It is an incredible tool and platform for building your FPGA based instrumentation and it can replace many expensive laboratory measurement instruments. The Red Pitaya boards feature a FPGA Zynq 7010 SoC and a dual-core ARM® Cortex®-A9, and offer fast and slow analog I/O, it has 256MB of RAM. The device has two integrated RF analogue inputs and outputs, a bandwidth of 50 MHz and 16 digital input and output ports. The STEMlab unit is integrated into a network and based on a GNU/Linux operating system. Devices can be programmed individually using a variety of software interfaces. Web-based HTML pages are used as the user interface for all measurements, which means that the measurement platform can be controlled from a smartphone, tablet or computer. The PCB is also equipped with a MicroSD card slot, an RJ45 Ethernet plug and a USB connection for USB devices. The boards can act as oscilloscope, spectrum analyzer; signal generator, LCR meter, bode analyzer, or one of many other applications. STEMLab 125-10 has 10bit input / output channels and is perfect for universities,students and makers.
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• High performance hardware at a surprising price tag.
• Replaces most essential instruments like oscilloscope, spectrum analyser, signal generator, LCR meter.
• LAN or wireless access from any WEB browser via tablet or a PC regardless of the OS (MAC, Linux, Windows, Android, iOS).
• LabView and MATLAB® interface.
• Possibility to make your own application and share it with others.
• Open source software.