Oscilloscope Software

Installation Package

Analog Arts Blackboard software is a powerful and intuitive signal analysis tool. In the demo mode, it helps the user to review the features of various instruments. We appreciate your suggestions and requests for the enhancement of the software. Please check this page periodically for its latest revision.

System Requirement

  • OS: 32/ 64-bit edition of MS XP (SP3) Vista, Windows 7/ Windows 8/ Windows 10
  • Ports: USB 2.0/ 3.0 compliant port
  • Memory allocation: 200 MB

For Linux and MAC operating systems, VMware Player, can be used to set up a Windows Virtual Machine. For additional assistance, please contact the factory.

Application/ Installation Package

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DLL Package

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For sample programs in Matlab, Labview, C++, C#, and VBA, please contact the factory.


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Dr. Sveinn Olafsson and his team at University of Iceland have developed a basic general LabView program for Analog Arts devices suitable for customisation by anyone to perform scientific measurements. As a true scientist, he believes this work should benefit everyone. Having his approval, we are extremely delighted to offer the program as a shareware to all. We are confident that not only similar applications can tremendously benefit from Professor Olafsson’s work, but also all scientific research and engineering programs will find it helpful.

Installing the application software

  • Download the latest application software from the web site.
  • Extract the program using the WinRAR.
  • To install the driver automatically, right click on the Analog Arts API. Then, click on the "Run as administrator." Otherwise, left click on the Analog Arts installer. After the installation is complete, follow “Installing the driver manually” instructions.
  • Follow the installer procedure by choosing "Next" when prompted and allowing changes to your computer.
  • Once the application software is installed, close the installation window.
  • At this moment you should have the Analog Arts icon on your monitor and be able to run the demo version of the software.
Note: In the demo mode, without the hardware, some features are compromised.

Installing the driver manually

  • Download the latest application software from the web site.
  • Plug in the unit via the USB cable to the USB port of the computer.
  • From the start menu open "Control Panel".
  • Open the "Device Manager". (a possible location for the "Device Manager" is under "System and Security" in most computers)
  • Under other devices, find "EZ-USB FX2 GPIF to Ext FIFO Example using FIFO Transactions" and right click on it.
  • From the dropdown menu, find and click on "Update Driver Software".
  • Once a new window appears, click on the "Browse."
  • Find "Program Files (86)" folder under "Computer; Local Disk (C:) and open it.
  • Open "Analog Arts" folder. • Under the "Drivers" folder, choose the appropriate driver for the computer.
  • Click "OK". Click "Next".
  • The driver installation is finished once "Windows has successfully updated your driver software" message appears.