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STM32F4 Debug Board in a Sick of Beige case

Posted on Monday, September 24th, 2012 in Sick of Beige by DP

TitanMKD is designing an STM32F4 based debug board using a DP6037 standard PCB size and a Sick of Beige case.  The board features a Bus Pirate-like serial terminal interface.

This board is intended to be used as a portable multi-purpose debug/hack tool with very fast peripherals and MCU and use standard Dangerous Prototypes Sick Of Beige DP6037 case format.

Sick of Beige basic case v1 is designed to be simple, cheap, and easy to assemble. The project PCB is sandwiched between two laser cut acrylic sheets, and the whole assembly is held together with aluminum screws and standoffs.

Check out our current range of $3 Sick of Beige cases at Seeed Studio.

Via the forum.

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One Response to “STM32F4 Debug Board in a Sick of Beige case”

  1. Brent says:

    The only improvement I can see would be center notches on the dual row headers so you can use IDC cables. Other than that nice case.

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