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  1. Hi Allita My Analog Discovery AD2 crashes waveforms when I plug in a external +5V psu. My PSU has cable has the deminsions 5V DC voltage supply with at least 3A max current, Outer diameter 5.5 mm and inner pin 2.1mm diameter positive inner pin = 5v Outer case =0 V DC plug connected up as shown the in above photo. This solutions complies to the hand book rules here https://reference.digilentinc.com/reference/instrumentation/analog-discovery-2/reference-manual Normally my Analog Discovery AD2 when just powered by the USB cable works fine without any issues. Any ideas of how to fix the issue ?? Best wishes Simon
  2. I'm getting a myProto Protoboard in the mail tomorrow, and I can't tell what the connector type is for the external power supply. All I can see is that there is a max of 17VDC. What connector is used here? And is there a supplied external power supply to wall power, or should I be purchasing one? Thanks!
  3. Hello I'm highly impressed by the stated features of the Analog Discovery 2 but am confused about what I've read regarding the output power supply. Most of what I've read indicates that the output power supply is limited to a maximum value of 5V. However, section 6.4 of the Analog Discovery 2 Reference Manual refers to "Adjustable output voltage up to 20 V". Can you please clarify what the maximum output voltage can be set to and provide a link to further information, preferably a video demo? Thanks Alan