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Bus Pirate v4 talks I2C to TI Fuel Gauge, Papilio Pro as logic analyzer

Posted on Wednesday, July 9th, 2014 in BP v4, logic analyzer by DP

A video on using Bus Pirate v4 to talk to a TI bq27510 Fuel Gauge by pitface123:

The Fuel Gauge is mounted on the Fuel Tank Booster Pack.
A Papilio Pro that is programmed as Logic Sniffer is used as the Logic Analyzer and protocol analyzer.
Nifty prototyping platform.
JaWi’s OpenLogic Sniffer as Logic Analyzer client..

Via Twitter. Thanks @JanLCumps!

You can get a Bus Pirate v4 for $40, including worldwide shipping.

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