Bus Pirate v3 case sticker

Posted on Thursday, January 28th, 2010 in Bus Pirate, pin reference by Ian

Keep your Bus Pirate pins straight with this case sticker[PDF!] designed by ecronin:

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.

Thanks for the link!

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6 Responses to “Bus Pirate v3 case sticker”

  1. haley says:

    I would prefer the color sequence be reversed.
    Cause the probe cable from Seeedstudio has special connector for GND and +5V

  2. MetalMork says:

    It’s the SeedStudio cable that’s reversed, IMO.
    The above colors are mapped right by ecronin. See for the PIN numbering sequence . MISO is 1, so brown, etc. etc.

  3. ecronin says:

    Easy enough to make both:

    I found I’m using the IO lines on pins more than the voltage/ground, which I can pick up at vias with the larger clips if needed…

  4. Mike Szczys says:

    Right on. I’m not putting on a case but I’m glad to have a color quick-reference. Thanks!

  5. ishiyakazuo says:

    If I might make a suggestion, it would be really handy to show the location of each pin, for those of us who didn’t buy the cable.
    In other words, have two rows with the labels, and have the boxes for the colors in the middle.
    GND [Black][White] +3.3V
    +5V [Gray][Magenta] ADC
    Vpu [Blue][Green] AUX
    CLK [Yellow][Orange] MOSI
    CS [Red][Brown] MISO
    Great idea though — I’ll definitely print it out :)

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