Introducing… Flywire Labels!

Many of our Analog Discovery 2 users have spoken up about how tedious it can be to find the tool you need amidst all of the flywires. With 2 analog inputs, 2 power supplies, 16 digital channels, and all the ground cables, it can be frustrating- particularly if color coding isn’t a useful system for you. Which got us thinking… it would be much easier if there was a way to label the flywires.

Cue the inception of Flywire Labels for the Analog Discovery 2!


The labels come on one sticker sheet as a set of 30 labels that correspond to the pinout diagram on the Analog Discovery 2. Each Label has both the text and color that corresponds to each channel. Simply peel off the label and apply it to the wire as a flag and you’re done. Then the next time you want to use that channel just look for the text on the label and you found it!


I find these especially useful in the digital channels, where for example, channel 0, 4 and 8 are all the same color. To check out the new 30 pin flywire labels for the Analog Discovery 2 go to the store page.

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8 Comments on “Introducing… Flywire Labels!”

  1. Funny, i already made these labels for our test equipment about 20 years ago when our school got it’s first color laser printers 😀

    1. Hi Richard,
      I can’t promise a release date, but these are in progress for the OpenScope MZ.

  2. Or offer them as digital download, can’t buy em in europe (germany) 🙁

    i do own a Analog Discovery 2.. maybe i redo them as excel labels and print them myself 🙁

        1. That’s awesome! I’m glad you found them useful.

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