Flashy is an high-speed analog acquisition board.
It is typically used with an FPGA board to create a digital oscilloscope.
Here's a one-channel Flashy (top board) with a BNC connector and a Pluto-II (bottom board). The combination makes a one-channel 100MSPS (mega-samples-per-seconds) digital oscilloscope.
The Flashy boards come in three speed grades:
When Flashy is used in conjunction with KNJN FPGA boards, we provide the following software:
Note that there are actually four boards available.
|Board name||V-pos||V-range||Period output||# of inputs|
|Flashy||POT & DAC||POT & DAC||Yes||1|
|FlashyD||POT & DAC||POT & DAC||Yes||2|
For more details, see the Flashy datasheet here.
Go to the Shop - Flashy and Widy acquisition boards page or the Shop - FlashyD and Widy-D acquisition boards page.