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Bus Pirate v3 SPI + flashrom reading WD800JD EEPROM

Thursday, October 20th, 2016

[embed]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DH_cIrPxn5c[/embed] Mich tweeted, "Using Bus Pirate to read the firmware residing in EEPROM of WD800JD...soon reversing will start." Get your own handy Bus Pirate for $30, including world-wide shipping. Also available from our friendly distributors.

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Bus Pirate v3.8 free PCB build

Tuesday, May 10th, 2016

Orbitroniks  built a free Bus Pirate v3.8 PCB.  The Bus Pirate is an open source hacker multi-tool that talks to electronic stuff. Via the forum. If you build a free PCB we’ll send you another one! Blog about it, post a picture on Flicker, whatever – we’ll send you a...

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Laser cut acrylic case for Bus Pirate v3.6

Friday, May 6th, 2016

Luke Cyca made a laser cut acrylic case for the Bus Pirate. More awesome DIY cases. Get an assembled Bus Pirate for $30, including world-wide shipping. Also available from our friendly distributors.

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Using a Bus Pirate to connect to a Raspberry Pi

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2016

Scott Dixon describes on his website how he used the Bus Pirate to connect to a Raspberry Pi: The other day I found myself with a Rasberry Pi that I wanted to use but I had forgotten my FTDI UART cable. What I did have is my Bus Pirate v3.6...

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Bus Pirate v3.8 free PCB build

Thursday, April 28th, 2016

@MegaLabs08 tweeted picture of his free Bus Pirate v3.8 PCB build. The Bus Pirate is an open source hacker multi-tool that talks to electronic stuff. If you build a free PCB we’ll send you another one! Blog about it, post a picture on Flicker, whatever – we’ll send you a coupon...

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Hacking a UART where there never was before

Tuesday, April 26th, 2016

Thanks to Andrew for sharing – check out the full post on their blog, MOAM Industries. As part of a prototype developed 12 months ago I was tasked with reading measurements from a blood pressure cuff [sphygmomanometer] in real time. Not surprisingly there are no consumer level devices that have...

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Bus Pirate v3.8 free PCB build

Monday, April 25th, 2016

@joseluisalcoba tweeted picture of his free Bus Pirate v3.8 PCB build. The Bus Pirate is an open source hacker multi-tool that talks to electronic stuff. If you build a free PCB we’ll send you another one! Blog about it, post a picture on Flicker, whatever – we’ll send you a coupon...

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Seeed Studio March sale: Bus Pirate, USB Infrared Toy, ATX Breakout

Thursday, March 3rd, 2016

Seeed Studio shares our vision for the open source community. Since the beginning, Seeed has been our partner for project manufacture, sales, and shipping. That free us to concentrate on the fun stuff, but still make projects available to the community. Seeed kicked off a spring sale on Mar 1st....

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Bus Pirate v3.8 free PCB build

Thursday, October 1st, 2015

@Xjmaas tweeted picture of his free Bus Pirate v3.8 PCB build. The Bus Pirate is an open source hacker multi-tool that talks to electronic stuff. If you build a free PCB we’ll send you another one! Blog about it, post a picture on Flicker, whatever – we’ll send you a coupon...

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Make your own Katy

Monday, September 7th, 2015

Steve Chamberlin wrote a how-to on building your own 68 Katy. We wrote about it previously: Assembling the PCB requires soldering one surface mount component, the 44 pin CPLD in TQFP package. It can be soldered with a standard iron using the drag soldering method (my preference), with hot air,...

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ESP8266 firmware flashing with a Bus Pirate

Wednesday, August 26th, 2015

Jonathan Endersby writes, "Flashing the firmware on an ESP8266 is apparently not so straight forward. This is the process I used to get it to work reliably." Via Hackaday.io Get an assembled Bus Pirate for $30, including world-wide shipping. Also available from our friendly distributors.

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Bus Pirate v3.8 free PCB build

Monday, June 22nd, 2015

@tecnotopia tweeted picture of his free Bus Pirate v3.8 PCB build.  The Bus Pirate is an open source hacker multi-tool that talks to electronic stuff. If you build a free PCB we’ll send you another one! Blog about it, post a picture on Flicker, whatever – we’ll send you a coupon...

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6 Volt 5 Watt solar charge controller

Friday, May 29th, 2015

Steve made this 6 volt 5 watt solar charge controller project, that is available at Github: Here is a 6 volt 5 watt solar charge controller project using a dedicated printed circuit board from dirtypcbs.com and an Arduino pro-mini. The board uses sot-23 low RDSon P channel mosfets (Si2369). It has voltage...

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Bus Pirate support in Python3 for I2C scripting

Thursday, May 21st, 2015

Steve aka hwstar writes, "I just wanted to let you know that I modified the python Buspirate Bitbang.py file and the I2C.py file to support Python 3.4 for a project I'm working on, and wanted to share these files with the community as they are open source. I uploaded the modified...

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Bus Pirate v3.8 free PCB build

Monday, April 6th, 2015

kubatyszko writes, "Finally got the PCB’s and built both of them, it was a great exercise in soldering, and eye test too, especially the SMT 0603 components." If you build a free PCB we’ll send you another one! Blog about it, post a picture on Flicker, whatever – we’ll send...

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ESP-03 modules with the Bus Pirate

Wednesday, March 18th, 2015

Tim Jagenberg writes: Today I received the ESP-03 modules I had ordered from Shanghai. A nice little breakout for the ESP8266EX with ceramic antenna. Due to the 2mm spacing between the contacts on the sides, I had to bend the headers into shape before soldering them to the module. As an...

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Bus Pirate: Custom UART baud rates

Tuesday, February 17th, 2015

Emil of Unwind.se wrote an article on how to use custom UART baudrates on a Bus Pirate: I made Bus Pirate-baud rate to help when setting custom UART baud rates on the #buspirate. Easier than binary downloads. Via Twitter. Get an assembled Bus Pirate for $30, including world-wide shipping. Also available from...

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Using the Bus Pirate to see if it’s alive- TI HDC1000

Tuesday, January 27th, 2015

Inderpreet of EmbeddedCode writes: This mini article is part of a larger project an I will link to it at the end. For this project, I was required to use the TI HDC1000 and instead of buying a module, I decided to get samples and a make a PCB of my...

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Bus Pirate v3.8 free PCB build

Wednesday, January 7th, 2015

@ced2k tweeted picture of his free Bus Pirate v3.8 PCB build.  The Bus Pirate is an open source hacker multi-tool that talks to electronic stuff. If you build a free PCB we’ll send you another one! Blog about it, post a picture on Flicker, whatever – we’ll send you a coupon...

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A Haskell interface to the Bus Pirate binary interface

Wednesday, August 13th, 2014

Ben Gamari writes, "This package provides a simple, type-safe interface for working with the Bus Pirate's binary interface."   Get your own handy Bus Pirate for $30, including world-wide shipping. Also available from our friendly distributors.

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