Another Bus Pirate reference sheet

Posted on Monday, December 30th, 2013 in Bus Pirate, pin reference by DP


mofosyne shared this Bus Pirate reference sheet [PDF!] he made in the forum:

Being new to bus pirate, I created my own printable stickers to cut and stick labels to the case and probes.
I also took the time to compile an A4 Bus Pirate v3.b reference sheet from various sources, that would be useful to somebody with a smartphone to scan the various QR codes on it. This was created in the mind of somebody who wont be using the Bus Pirate too often, and may occasionally need a refresher to jig their memory. Its free for anybody to use as it is just a handy compilation for me, all sources are linked to if you need to know more about it.

Via the forum.

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2 Responses to “Another Bus Pirate reference sheet”

  1. Eric-Jan says:

    Hi, great work the refference sheet ! do you have made a tool to make the stickers with the QR codes ? kind of script voor the input data ?

  2. mofosyne says:

    Ah I used dymo labelwriter software to do this (it supports QR embedded, its for their thermal printers. My source file is pretty useless without it. If you need more infomation, just contact me via my email

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