Trusted inspection systems are critical for the verification of future arms control treaties involving measurements on nuclear warheads or classified nuclear warhead components. Over the years, several research efforts have produced a number of prototype systems exploring a range of different technologies and conceptual approaches to accomplish this task. In general, these systems rely on unique hardware and software. In order to authenticate inspection systems, however, it would be beneficial to use a common, intensively tested hardware and software toolkit—possibly even use the same platform for different measurement types and verification tasks. Here, we propose and examine an inspection system based on a particularly versatile single-board computer, the Red Pitaya STEMlab board.