A DIY version of Bus Pirate 3.5-SOIC is now on sale in the free PCB drawer. This is our first attempt at selling something directly. The PCBs were made through Seeed Studio’s Fusion PCB service. They’re red and 100% e-tested for errors.
Unfortunately, this PCB has a minor bug, but it is easily corrected with a solder bridge between two adjacent pins on the 4066 chip. More in the forum.
PCBs are available for $3.95 each, with shipping starting at $2 ($2.50 international). That’s 2 PCBs for $5, the most-requested price point in our survey. We couldn’t get it to $5/flat because there’s a fixed cost for each order that a single PCB doesn’t cover. Payment is handled by PayPal, but you can use any credit card to checkout. We’ll have a full, public analysis of the cost for this experiment once the dust settles.
Here’s the parts in a shopping cart at Mouser, it should be everything you need to build the PCB. It is completely untested, so double check the parts before placing your order. This is a new thing for us, let us know if you use it and how it works.