- 1 Important notice: COMPLETE Red Pitaya documentation is now moved HERE
- 1.1 Important notice: Documentation for OLD/obsolete version of OS(0.92,0.93,0.94) can be found HERE
- 1.2 1.Quick Start
- 1.3 2.Web Applications Descriptions and Manuals
- 1.4 3.Matlab/Python/LabView/SciLab Interface
- 1.5 4.Visual Programing Instructions and Examples
- 1.6 5.Write “Hello World” program on Red Pitaya board
- 1.7 6.Operating System (OS) Description and Developer Instructions
- 1.8 7.Hardware specifications and performances
- 1.9 8.APIs documentation
- 1.10 9.Tutorials
- 1.11 10.Frequently Asked Questions
- 1.12 11. RedPitaya HDL memory map
- 1.13 12. SSH and Console(USB) connection
- 1.14 13. Command line utilities
- 1.15 Hardware
- 1.16 Legislative
- 1.18 Trademark rules
- 1.19 Preliminary pages
Important notice: COMPLETE Red Pitaya documentation is now moved HERE
Important notice: Documentation for OLD/obsolete version of OS(0.92,0.93,0.94) can be found HERE
To start using Red Pitaya board just follow instructions on our “Quick Start” web page.
For starting with Red Pitaya board you will need:
- 5 V / 2 A micro USB power supply
- 4GB(min) micro SD card
Starter Kit including Red Pitaya V1.1 board, power supply and micro SD card is available from our WEB STORE.
2.Web Applications Descriptions and Manuals
- SDR Receiver/Transceiver by Pavel Demin
- Frequency Response analyzer
- Impedance analyzer
- Bode analyzer
- PID controller
- Transfer function H(z) simulator
- Multichannel pulse height analyzer (MCPHA) - by Pavel Demin
- AM/FM signal generator (RadioBox) by Ulrich Habel, DF4IAH and Walter Sandel, DD8UU
- IST RealProbe Flow
Red Pitaya board can be remotely controlled with Matlab/Python/LabView/SciLab softwares using standardized SCPI commands.
- Before running your SCPI code on any of these softwares you need to start Red Pitaya SCPI server program.
- How to start SCPI server is described here.
- Examples SCPI programs can be found here.
Notice: To run LabView examples you need to download them. Download the complete list of supported SCPI commands to find out more about the supported functionalities and corresponding parameters.
4.Visual Programing Instructions and Examples
- More about Visual Programming
- How to Start is shown here
- Here are some examples - Buzzer
- Here are some examples - Motion sensor
Getting started with electronics is way more fun and interesting when you have a load of sensors that you can put to good use straight away. Whether you want to measure temperature, vibration, movement -or more- we have developed a Sensor Extension Module compatible with Grove modules from Seeed®
5.Write “Hello World” program on Red Pitaya board
Once you have your Red Pitaya board running you can go and make your own executables without compiling the complete Red Pitaya OS. The code should be written in C programming language and compiled according to the following instructions. Red Pitayas available APIs (build in functions) will enable you to make program for controlling fast/slow analog inputs/outputs, digital inputs/outputs, communication (I2C, SPI, UART) and other.
6.Operating System (OS) Description and Developer Instructions
7.Hardware specifications and performances
- Hardware Overview
- Analog frontend - Inputs
- Analog frontend - Outputs
- Extension connectors
- External ADC clock
- Red Pitaya Board HW Schematics
- Analog Inputs and Outputs calibration
- APIs description can be found here
10.Frequently Asked Questions
- Frequently asked questions and additional information are available on our main web page.
11. RedPitaya HDL memory map
12. SSH and Console(USB) connection
13. Command line utilities
- Hardware Specifications ver. 1.1
- Hardware Specifications ver. 1.0
- Extension module templates
- 3D STEP model v1.1.1
- 3D STEP model v1.0.1
- Mechanical Specifications 1.x
- 3D STL model