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  1. Hi guys, I just do some labview exercises on the "Digilent_WaveForms_Analog Discovery 2 Power Supplies (PS).vi" and want to know if its possible to get actual current value of power supply? Is there any reading by internal controller? many thanks in advance!
  2. Hi, I am wondering which wall power supply to choose for the Nexys A7 100T board since the power supplies available at the digilent store do not refer to it in their descriptions. A recommendation would be very helpful for me. Thank you!
  3. Hello everyone, Just a quick question: is the ADP5052 pmic on Zybo monitoring all the voltage outputs (for PGOOD) or only the first channel (3V3)? Thank you in advance! Greetings, Peter
  4. I think this power supply is capable for Xilinx EK-U1-ZCU102-G. There is "Japan export version" called EK-U1-ZCU102-G-J which isn't include Digilent 6003-300-000. I don't know why. Is it any issue(Certificate?) or tech issue there? I personally guess power plug is 3 ways for US version. (I know it's simply pulled off Ground pin(not recommend) or attach to 2 way converter shouldn't be no problem) I just wanted to know about it. Dose anybody have an idea? Thanx! Takashi
  5. Waveforms allows the user to turn the power supplies on and off, and set the voltage for the Analog Discovery 2. How do you do this with the SDK? Also, what is the default setting? I cannot find anything in the documentation. Thanks!
  6. I've been thinking about designing and building my own bench-top power supply for general use. I envision the primary use to be with prototyping low-power analog/digital circuits with the occasional small DC motor and other electro-mechanical devices. The primary reason I'm doing this is to become more familiar with power supply design, and having a useful bench-top supply is an added bonus. Target specs and device goals so far, recommendations/suggestions are welcome: 1. Powered from mains electricity (I live in the US, so I'm targeting [email protected]). 2. Mains isolated. 3.
  7. I am trying to control the analog discovery 1 with MatLab commands for the project that i am on. We can control everything except the +-5v power supply. We need it to power an op-amp we have in the circuit. Does anyone know the MatLab command to turn on the Power Supply in the Analog Discovery?
  8. 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!
  9. Which external power supply is compatible with the Analog Discovery 2 to deliver 700mA of current? There are at least 2 power supplies in the Accessories section, but neither mentions compatibility with the Analog Discovery 2 kit. It would be nice if the webmaster could add this item under the "Related Products" section for the Analog Discovery 2, so it would be easier for people to find it. Thank you for your time.
  10. nickh

    Arty Power supply

    The Arty user's manual says "An external power supply can be used by plugging into Power Jack J12 and installing a jumper in the “REG” position on Header J13. The supply must use a coaxial, center-positive 2.1mm (or 2.5mm) internal-diameter plug, and provide a voltage of 7 to 15 Volts DC. The supply should provide a minimum current of 1 amp. Ideally, the supply should be capable of providing 36 Watts of power (12 Volts DC, 3 amps). A suitable external power supply can be purchased from Digilent. " Where is the "suitable external power supply"? A search of the Digilent site does not show one.