@psmay tweeted this picture of his USB IR Toy free PCB assembly cheatsheet. With the USB IR Toy you can use a remote control with your computer, view infrared signals on a logic analyzer, capture and replay remote control buttons. You can get IR Toy v2 for $22.05, including world wide shipping.
Graham242 shared this Bus Pirate v4 reference sheet he made in the forum: This was the one I’d put together for the Bus Pirate V4 for the Seeed cable… As I found the SVG, I’ve uploaded – then you can change it if need be.
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 […]
jrychter shared this Bus Pirate reference card he made in the forum: The Bus Pirate from Dangerous Prototypes is a really useful tool. I use it regularly to bring up and test new I2C devices, or as a cheap protocol analyzer for I2C and SPI. Unfortunately, the supplied cables aren’t clearly labeled (only color-coded), and I found the […]
George Graves on the Adafruit forums has posted an Arduino pinout label which you can print and tape to the chip for easy reference. Available in PDF, Illustrator and SVG formats. Via Make.
Torsten got tired of looking up the Bus Pirate IO table in the manual, so he made this handy spec and pin reference card: Please find attached my version of a quick reference card. The information is, due to the limitation of the sheet not very much. I tried to get the most important infos […]
Keep your Bus Pirate pins straight with this case sticker[PDF!] designed by ecronin: I made up a sticker for the combo of the seeed case and breakout harness, thought others might find it useful… Unlike in the above picture, I connect the cable with Black to GND, which puts the two EZHook-like hooks on MISO/MOSI. […]