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New Bus Pirate probe cable

Posted on Thursday, September 1st, 2011 in Bus Pirate, Bus Pirate accessories by Ian

Seeed Studio has a new Bus Pirate probe cable in stock. It has female pins instead of clips, and the wire is thicker and higher-quality.

We prefer the female pins for plugging into pin headers on dev-boards. To interface another female header, like the Arduino, just pop a male header in between. Best of all, there’s a variety of high quality test hooks that you can add to the cable.

The new probe cable is available for $5,95.

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4 Responses to “New Bus Pirate probe cable”

  1. Chris says:

    Good news, the original Seeed bus pirate cable was shonky. Picture seems to show some headers pushed into the socket though?

  2. Graham Bloice says:

    Doesn’t show up in stock for me. I have a few bits in my cart just waiting for this.

  3. rsdio says:

    Can you buy this ticker wire separately? (I’m just making a joke about the typo)

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