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Bus Pirate case at Seeed Studio

Posted on Monday, December 14th, 2009 in BP v3, Bus Pirate, Bus Pirate accessories, cases by Ian

Seeed Studio had cases made for the Bus Pirate v3, available immediately for $2.50.

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7 Responses to “Bus Pirate case at Seeed Studio”

  1. Shadyman says:

    Would be nicer if it was clear :D

  2. Fan says:

    Hoho, yes, clear is nice, but you can expect it to be perfect when it’s randomly found in market.

  3. ericwertz says:

    Really… and it happens to fit this randomly dimensioned board exactly… ?!?

    I’m really impressed how quickly the Seeed guys jump into the accessories market. Hao zuo le!

  4. Fan says:

    It is true… When there is a nice box, why not bring it to our customers?

  5. ecronin says:

    I made up a sticker for the combo of the seeed case and breakout harness, thought others might find it useful… Unlike in the above picture, I connect the cable with Black to GND, which puts the two EZHook-like hooks on MISO/MOSI. Thought others might find it handy. It also includes the LED names and a gratuitous barcode since the project lacks a real logo.

    http://www.gizmolabs.org/~ecronin/imgs/buspirate_seeed_case_sticker.pdf

  6. Rob T. says:

    Seeed seems to be out of stock on these. Anyone know if they will have them again or if there is another source? I’m fairly new to this so it’s hard to tell which things are “one time” buys.

    Thanks.
    –Rob T.

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