Analog Devices Inc. ADALM1000 Active Learning Module

Analog Devices ADALM1000 Active Learning Module is an easy-to-use tool that introduces the fundamentals of electrical engineering in an instructor-led or self-led setting. The module is designed to provide students with a fuller understanding of analog functionality. ADALM1000 illustrates the relationships between current, voltage, impedance (resistance, inductance, and capacitance) to the student. When used with a laptop or tablet, the ADALM1000 serves as a personal portable lab that augments learning taking place in the classroom. Pixelpulse 2 features an innovative graphical user interface (GUI) to minimize the learning curve. The GUI enables students to learn faster, work smarter, and explore more. 

The ADALM1000 module is applicable for students of all levels and from all backgrounds. Using the ADALM1000 Active Learning Module helps students develop a strong science, technology, or engineering foundation.


  • Affordable instrument combines capabilities from analyzers, generators, curve tracers, and current/voltage systems
  • Provides analysis capability for real circuits and concepts used in engineering environments
  • Freely available online labs and curricula for educators and students to master difficult engineering concepts
  • USB powered learning tool
  • Oscilloscope (100 kSPS), function generator (100 kSPS)
  • Measuring and sourcing current (- 200 to +200mA) and voltage (0 to 5V) simultaneously on same pin
  • PixelPulse 2 (open source) supports Windows, Linux, OS X
  • 16-bit (0.05%) basic measure accuracy with 4 digit resolution
  • Source and sink (2-quadrant) operation
  • C, C++, and Python bindings
  • MATLAB Data Acquisition Toolbox Support
  • Open-source hardware

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Published: 2015-05-12 | Updated: 2022-03-11