Electronics Design Board

Innovative Electronics Engineering Laboratory - All In One Equipment

What is the Electronics Design Board? For Engineering Education

The Electronics Design Board is a fully functional, portable test and measurement device that can turn any cross-functional space into a pop-up electronics laboratory. Equipped with 12 instruments, including an Oscilloscope, Logic Analyzer, Spectrum Analyzer, Waveform Generator, Power Supply, Multimeter and more; the Electronics Design Board provides an entire stack of bench-top instruments with a convenient, replaceable, and breadboardable interface, perfect for enabling student learning anywhere.


With lab spaces decreasing and student enrollment increasing, many institutions are choosing Electronics Design Board as a supplement to traditional laboratories, creating a need for a portable test and measurement bench that can support all types of circuits projects. With an Electronics Design Board, students can continue their hands-on learning in the library, office hours, a tutoring center, a classroom, at home or even in a coffee shop.


The Electronics Design Board supports hands-on learning for any student, and is available with free Windows compatible software, Lab electronics.

Portable Design

The Electronics Design Board is designed to be a compact alternative to a stack of benchtop equipment. Its durable enclosure measures 1.60 x 11.50 x 7.70 inches and fits on a bench, desktop, or backpack. Students can access the Oscilloscope and Waveform Generators via breadboardable, breadboard wires and industry standard BNC cables, and the Logic Analyzer, Pattern Generator, and Triggers can be accessed via breadboard wires.

Circuits or designs can be built on the included, magnetically connected Breadboard Canvas and conveniently swapped out or removed for transit, making the transition from working in the lab to working at home as seamless as possible. The Breadboard Canvas also includes power supply outputs, common I/O built-in, and a large breadboardable surface. The Breadboard Canvas and the cost-optimized Blank Canvas can be purchased separately in the event that an extra is needed, or if the breadboards wear out.


Technical Data
Oscilloscope Channels: 4
Sampling rate: 100MSa/s@4CH
Bandwidth: 50MHz
ADC resolution: 12bit
Time base range: 10ns~10s
Vertical resolution: 10mV/div~5V/div
Input coupling: AC/DC
Max. input voltage: ±25V
Vertical resolution(Accuracy): 10mV/div ~ 5V/div ( 1%)
Trigger mode: Auto, normal and single
Trigger source: CH1~CH4
Trigger level adjustable: Yes
Math: +, -, x, ÷, FFT
Signal generator Channels: 4 (2Main Channel, 2 Secondary Channel)
DAC Resolution: 12bit
Max. frequency (sine): 30MHz (Main channel) 50KHz (Secondary channel)
Wave form: Sine, Triangle, Square, DC, Arbitrary
Output range: ±0.5mV~±5V
Spectrum analyzer Channel: 1
ADC resolution: 12bit
Bandwidth: 50MHz
Sampling rate: 100MSa/s
Voltage range: ±25V
Auto measuring: Frequency, SNR, THD, V-Peak
Other measuring: Hanning, B-H, RMS, Peak Hold
Logical analyzer Channels: 16
Max. Input voltage: 5V
Max. Sampling rate: 50MSa/s@4CH 20MSa/s@8CH 10MSa/s@16CH
Max. Sampling depth: 1000 points / 500s
Pulse generator Channels: 16
Refresh rage: 10MSa/s
Output signal level: 3.3V, 5V
Inner/Ext. Trigger select: Yes
Digital multimeter Voltage range / Accuracy: 0.1mV~36V / 1%
Current range / Accuracy: 0.1uA~600uA / 1% 0.1mA~400mA / 1% 100mA~3A / 1%
Resistance range / Accuracy: 0.1 Ω~40M Ω/ 1%
Capacitor range / Accuracy: 0.1nF~4mF / 2%~5%
On/Off test: Yes
Power output Output range: ± 1.8V~± 15V, fixed ±5V, fixed 3.3V
Rated current: ±700mA ( ±1.8V~ ±15V), 700mA (fixed+5V), -100mA (fixed-5V), 600mA (fixed 3.3V)
Protection: Shout cut / over current
Interface USB 2.0
Power Source USB
(W x H x D)
290 40 195 mm
Weight 1.5kg

Rethinking Electronics Education

A project-based learning approach challenges students to think about how electronics operate and to build problem-solving and critical-thinking skills. Students can achieve a deeper understanding of circuitry and electronic devices faster with Electronics Design Board to teaching electronics.

Add on Experiment Boards for EDB

ACL (Analog Circuit Lab) and DCL (Digital Circuit Lab) Experimental Boards


ACL Board Supported Experiments                                            DCL Board Supported Experiments

1 : Monopole Amplifying Circuit                                                  1 : Transistor Switching Characteristics

2 : Two Stage Amplifier Circuit                                                    2 : Logic Function and Parameter test of TTL Integrated Logic Gate

3 : Negative Feedback Amplifier Circuit                                     3 : Logic Functions and Parameter Test of CMOS Logic Gate

4 : Emitter Follower                                                                        4 : Verify Function of Logic Gate

5 : Differential Amplifier                                                                5 : Integration Logic Circuit Connection and Drive

6 : Scaling Summing Amplifier                                                     6 : Applications of TTL Gates with Open-collector Outputs and Tri-state Outputs

7 : Integrator and Differentiator Amplifier                                  7 : Digital Comparator Circuit

8 : Waveform Generator Circuit                                                    8 : Arithmetic Operation Circuit

9 : Active Filter                                                                                 9 : Parity Generator

10 : Voltage Comparator                                                              10 : Encoder and Decoder

11 : Wien Bridge Oscillator                                                           11 : Data Selector and Distributor

12 : Integrated Power Amplifier                                                   12 : Use Gate to Produce Pulse Signal (Multivibrator)

13 : Rectifier Filter and Parallel Regulation Circuit                   13 : Monostable Trigger and Schmitt Trigger 

14 : Series Regulation Circuit                                                       14 : 555 Timer and Its Application

15 : Integrated Voltage Regulator                                                15 : Trigger (flip-flop) and Its Application

16 : RC Oscillator                                                                            16 : Shift Register IC and Its Application

17 : LC Oscillator and Frequency-selective Amplifier               17 : IC Counter and Its Application

18 : Current/voltage Conversion Circuit                                     18 : Random Access Memory 2114A and Its Application

19 : Voltage/frequency Conversion Circuit                                19 : D/A and A/D converter

20 : Complementary Symmetry Power Amplifier

21 : Waveform Conversion Circuit

22 : FET Amplifier




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