Breadboard Breakout for Analog Discovery

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MTE cables are a convenient connection method to probe circuits under test with the Analog Discovery, but can be cumbersome when using a breadboard. The Breadboard Breakout is designed to connect all of the inputs and outputs on the Analog Discovery directly to a breadboard. When switching between circuits, the entire breadboard adapter can be removed or the Analog Discovery can be unplugged from the adapter, leaving the entire circuit intact. Multiple Breadboard Breakouts can be used to conveniently switch between projects or designs.  

The Analog Discovery connects to the Breadboard Breakout directly to the 2x15 pin connector on the top of the breakout, or with the optional 2x15 Ribbon Cable for Analog Discovery. All of the signals are passed directly through to the Cmod style header to individual nodes in the breadboard. 

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  • One 2x15 female header to connect the Analog Discovery or Ribbon Cable
  • 30 male pins broken out to fit into a standard breadboard
  • Provides a direct connection with Digilent's Analog Discovery Inputs and Outputs
  • Labels for breadboard breakout pins correspond to Analog Discovery header connections

Breadboard Breakout (410-373):

  • Breadboard Breakout for Analog Discovery
  • 2x15 Gender Changer
  • Custom anti-static packaging

 Breadboard Breakout with Ribbon Cable (471-022):

  • Breadboard Breakout for Analog Discovery
  • 2x15 Gender Changer
  • Ribbon Cable
  • Custom anti-static packaging

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  • 2
    Kind of a waste of money

    Posted by Digilent Customer on 27th Jan 2021

    Everything that you get with the Analog Discovery is fine. This is a waste of money for a product that does not give a substantial benefit for the customer. Would not recommend

  • 3
    Usable, but not a game changer

    Posted by gasstationwithoutpumps on 9th Jul 2018

    I've done a detailed review at Bottom line: this looks useful for lecture demos, by reducing the setup time in the minutes before class, but not a win for general debugging.