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Poor man’s pogo test pins

Posted on Wednesday, June 27th, 2012 in MSP430, testing by DP

To test his LCD launchpad booster packs, Robg improvised some DIY test connections. Using slightly larger than standard male headers and some rubber-bands, he is able to make solder-less contact between the Launchpad and his LCD booster pack.

Via 43oh.

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2 Responses to “Poor man’s pogo test pins”

  1. arhi says:

    I think this is the best idea I ever seen since the offsetting of odd pins on a SIL trace on Arduino board :D

  2. NeXTWay says:

    Genius! I’ll be using this as soon as I buy an ARM devboard :D
    Thank you! :D

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