The EspoTek Labrado is a portable electronics lab-on-a-board that includes an oscilloscope, waveform generator, power supply, logic analyzer, and multimeter.
Typically speaking, each of these instruments are not only complex, but are fairly expensive and require their own dedicated workspace. However, the Labrador is looking to change all that by creating a new kind of lab — with all of the same devices, but packed into a board as small as a flash drive, and with the price tag of a single Arduino shield.
The open-source Labrador plugs directly into a solderless breadboard and connects to any Windows, Mac, or Linux computer via microUSB. A custom software interface lets you see and interact with your waveforms onscreen.
The current prototype measures only 31mm x 38mm x 23mm in size, and weighs in at just 10g.
- Oscilloscope (2 channel, 750ksps)
- Arbitrary Waveform Generator (2 channel, 1MSPS)
- Power Supply (4.5 to 15V, 1.5W max, closed-loop)
- Logic Analyzer (2 channel, 3MSPS per channel, with serial decoding)
- Multimeter (V/I/R/C)
Intrigued? You can find the EspoTek Labrador over on Crowd Supply, where its team is currently seeking $9,000.