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Serial port only Bus Pirate v3b

Posted on Monday, February 28th, 2011 in BP v3, Bus Pirate by Ian

Here’s an update on the serial port only Bus Pirate. It’s been constructed and tested:

Here it is, all populated.  It’s quite crowded, but with some careful planning for doing things in the right order, it was not difficult at all.  Thank goodness for solder wick.  I found SparkFun’s SMD soldering tutorials very helpful.  It looks like there’s kind of a claw sticking up out of the leftmost LED, which needs to be fixed.

Thanks schazamp! Via the forum.

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