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  1. Hello, I have found that the Analog Discovery 2 scope has input sensitivity scales between 500uV to 5V/div. What is the specification of the scope included in the Electronics Explorer board? Thanks Paul
  2. Here you can find instructions on how to set up Linux and WaveForms 3 for Zybo: http://www.instructables.com/id/WaveForms-Analog-Discovery-on-Zybo/
  3. Hello. The electronics explorer is a wonderful instrument, no doubt, but there's something that needs to be adressed. I would say "the documentation is awful", but it would be a blatant lie, because there is no documentation (Forgive my cheekiness). For the last few days I´ve been learning how to use it by trial and error, looking at the 3 examples present on the website and figuring out more or less what's going on. There is no quick start guide, no reference manual and the closest to any documentation on how to use the board comes from the RealAnalog videos in which the board is used but some of us have no time to see. It would be great to have a decent-sized pdf with all the necessary information so some of us can munch it up in a couple of hours and power up the beast straight away to whatever proyects or assignments we're up to! Again, forgive my cheekiness and I hope this helps build a better and more consumer ready product.
  4. Hello. I am interested in purchasing the electronics explorer board, however after a not-so-quick google about the board I was unable to find any information about the protection the board offers. I am interested in knowing whether the board has any protection against accidental short-circuits, particularly the waveform generator since I read that waveform generators are particularly succeptible to getting damaged when short circuited, but also the rest of the components of the board. Thanks in advance I´ll be waiting for your answers
  5. hey, I am interested in getting the electronics explorer board. I wanted to know if it had fuses to protect it from shorts or other things that I might accidentally do. I am a student and will probably make mistakes. Also, is there a possibility that I can ruin my computer when connected to 'waveform' via computer? Are the bread boards replaceable?