In this video, Robert Mitchell from Electropages interviews Nina Jagodic from Red Pitaya at the Embedded World event in Nuremberg. Red Pitaya offers an open-source, multi-functional device that can replace various expensive lab instruments, such as oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, network analyzers, and more. The product is easily programmable, web-based, and offers endless possibilities for customization.
Key Products and Features:
- Red Pitaya's flagship product is the STEMlab 125-14, a small, portable device with two inputs and two outputs. It is based on a Xilinx FPGA processor.
- The device is Ethernet-controlled and offers a web-based user interface that can be accessed from any device with a browser, such as PCs, phones, or tablets.
- Red Pitaya offers a modular system that supports multi-channel signal acquisition and generation, as well as additional shields for extended functionality.
- The platform is open-source, allowing users to write custom applications, control the device with Python, MATLAB, or LabVIEW, and even program the FPGA.
- Red Pitaya has been used in various industries, including academia, research, and space exploration. NASA, for example, uses a Red Pitaya unit on the International Space Station for air quality monitoring.
For more information on Red Pitaya and their products, visit their website: www.redpitaya.com. To join the Red Pitaya community and explore projects and ideas, visit their forum: forum.redpitaya.com
*Note: Prices mentioned in the video may have changed. Check the Red Pitaya website for the latest pricing information.