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DIY Bus Pirate v3.5a built

Posted on Tuesday, June 5th, 2012 in builds, Bus Pirate by DP

Asarli shared his Bus Pirate v3.5a SOIC PCB build. These boards were designed with the larger SOIC PIC microcontrollers, making them easier to solder for beginners.

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