Home soldered Sick of Beige compliant Bus Pirate v4

Posted on Monday, December 24th, 2012 in BP v4, Bus Pirate by DP


Some time ago Schazamp made a community order of Sick of Beige compliant Bus Pirate v4. Presslab received his and soldered it up. All that’s left is to wait for his Sick of Beige acrylic panels to arrive and assemble the case.

I built mine, they look really great. Thanks again schazamp. Now I am just waiting for my SoB panels to arrive.

The current version of Bus Pirate v4 on sale at Seeed does not support the Sick of Beige cases. You can get it for $40, shipping included.

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3 Responses to “Home soldered Sick of Beige compliant Bus Pirate v4”

  1. Jerry Schull says:

    Still not in stock.

  2. Hector says:

    Complaint or Compliant?

  3. Presslab says:

    Woot! Thanks Ian for all your hard work to make the Bus Pirate what it is. Next I want to make an LCD adapter for it.

    Jerry, schazamp has more PCBs if you want to make one yourself.

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