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Working with the Bus Pirate Arduino Shield

Posted on Thursday, November 14th, 2013 in Bus Pirate by DP

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Andrew Rohne writes:

The Bus Pirate Arduino shield is a discontinued item from Dangerous Prototypes. I picked up the PCB via a free PCB coupon a while back, built it a few months later, and then finally decided to use it because I think I have something to use it with. Note the key word – think. This is what happens when a traffic engineer plays with electronics.

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4 Responses to “Working with the Bus Pirate Arduino Shield”

  1. Andrew Rohne says:

    There WILL be more to come. I noticed a few unsoldered pads on the demo board (to go along with the missing parts that should arrive tomorrow). I hope to get some time in with this over the weekend and post more about using the demo board with the Arduino shield before I go hog-wild with it :-)

  2. Kevin says:

    Is that couch ESD safe?

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