3D Model: Bus Blaster v3c

Posted on Monday, July 23rd, 2012 in 3D Model, Bus Blaster by Filip

Our latest 3D model is the Bus Blaster v3c  high-speed JTAG debugger for ARM processors, FPGAs, CPLDs, flash, and more. The v3 is a PCB, and part placement change only. The electrical connections are identical to the Bus Blaster v2.

Get a Bus Blaster v2 for $34.95.

In version 3 we moved the Bus Blaster to the new standard PCB size DP8049, and the parts have been repositioned, with the USB, the FT2232H, CPLD, and the shrouded header all placed inline from left to right.

The models will be published in the Dangerous Prototypes 3D warehouse collection. They are also uploaded to our SVN. You can find them inside the “art” folders in the respective project folders. Check out the 3D view below. You can zoom and rotate the model.

You can get a Bus Blaster v2 for $34.95.

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3 Responses to “3D Model: Bus Blaster v3c”

  1. Alan says:

    For those unfamiliar with metric: DP8049 is 80mm x 49mm.
    80 mm is about the height of a “big” Tic Tac box.
    Sadly, the same box is only about 41mm wide – so it isn’t a suitable container.

    However, the DP6037 Bus Pirate should fit nicely into a “small” Tic Tac box.

  2. magetoo says:

    Hmm, and still only the v2 at Seeed. I guess they have stock they want to get rid of before having a new batch made?

    So I have to keep trying for a PCB code if I want the new design then. (cough, wink)

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